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111 feet of pure Solaris

by Solaris Yachts 18 Sep 17:14 BST
Solaris 111 © Solaris / ZGN

The long awaited Solaris 111 has touched the water on August 19th at the Marina di Ravenna.

After the achievement of the leadership in the high range category from 50 to 80 ft, with this model, Solaris issues the challenge to the big Scandinavian yards of the performance-cruiser Super Yachts over 100 ft.

The new 111 was in fact built with a hull entirely in carbon in the Solaris production unit dedicated to advanced composites, where an international team of the world's most experienced carbon processors is employed.

Also the 111, like the whole Solaris range, is characterized by her construction quality, the performance at sea and onboard comfort, besides the solidity and the safety and the impeccable handmade finishes, that represent the historical trademark of Solaris.

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