Monocasco

Alubat OVNI 40
Rostock
1988
12.18
Aluminium
Pagado
€ 31,000
Hunter 456
Detroit
2002
13
GRP
Pagado
€ 175,900
Jeanneau Sun Légende 41
Kalamata
1986
12.5
GRP
No pagado
€ 45,000
X-Yachts X-34
Samut Prakan
2008
11
GRP
Pagado
€ 31,000
Beneteau Oceanis 45
Balikesir / Ayvalik
2014
13.95
GRP
€ 300,000
Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 39i
2008
11.86
GRP
€ 93,500
Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 54 DS
2007
16.46
GRP
€ 229,000
Delphia 37
2005
11.14
GRP
€ 95,000

 

Monohull Yacht

The classic monohull yacht is ideal for sailing in calm coastal waters with small daytime sailings and overnight stays in bays and marinas. The main advantages of this type of sailboat are the ability to sail at an acute angle to the wind and the ability to navigate in cramped marinas due to its compact size. At the same time, a team of up to 8 people can comfortably accommodate on such a yacht.

In addition, such a yacht is a bright representative of the sailing “classicism”. So, it is suitable for all romantics, for whom aesthetic feelings are of great importance. So, yachting on such a yacht will bring measured swaying, waves “with heels”, salt spray, wind in the face and a huge amount of drive.

A monohull sailing yacht is used in such an exciting sporting event as a sailing regatta, during which it is necessary to quickly tack, change course and avoid buoys. Here such quality of this vessel as stability is very applicable. Despite the free rolls in sharp courses, such a yacht quickly reaches its original position, it is almost impossible to turn it over! So, well-known are cases when, in conditions of a severe storm, a monohull yacht made a 360-degree flip and returned to an even keel.