New Maxi Dolphin MD75 by Mills

Maxi Dolphin MD75 by Mills

The brand new Maxi Dolphin MD75 by Mills ha left the yard in Erbusco on Friday, 8th February destination  Varazze on western Ligurian coast, where she will be launched for the first  time. Once passed the first tests, this cruiser/racer sailing yacht will be moved to Genoa where Maxi Dolphin's team will step the mast. Then, the Maxi Dolphin MD75 will be sailed to Lavagna, where she will undergo sea trials throughout the month of March.

Elegance, technology, comfort and performance: these are the elements that characterise the new MD75 by Mills. A new prestigious cruiser/racer sailing yacht  who bears the signature of the well-known Irish designer Mark Mills , and Nauta Design studio as interior designer.

Technical Specification

  • Length                                    22.86 mt
  • LOA                                        22.00 mt
  • Beam                                       6.10 mt
  • Displacement                          26.00 ton
  • Draft with Lifting Keel              2.8/4.8 mt
  • Hull structure                          Carbon – Core Cell – Vacuum-infused, post-cured epoxy (oven baked)
  • Project Design                         Mills Design Ltd   Mark Mills
  • Interior Design                         Nauta Design
  • Engineering                            Maxi Dolphin
  • Construction                            Maxi Dolphin

Maxi Dolphin

Light, fast and easy to sail

Designed to ensure the best racing performance and the highest cruising comfort, the MD75 successfully meets her owner's expectations, who relied on an experienced project manager to have a sailing yacht who is easy to handle, fast and comfortable to sail with his family.

We developed the project in collaboration with the Project Manager and the Owner – explains Mark Mills – who both believe in a design in the name of simplicity and lightness. This vision was key to obtain the requested performance and led us to design an extremely elegant and clean deck plan, almost at water's edge, with all the lines led back under coachroof to the winches placed fore to the helmsman” says Mark Mills.

Made in full carbon, the MD75 will be equipped with lifting keel

“she will then be able to maximize the performances granted by a square top mainsail”  says Mills

Big volumes for the maximum comfort

The interiors of the new MD75 designed by Nauta, are inspired by a classic style with  nautical elements in a modern view, that provides a clean and neat atmosphere 

Bulkheads and furnitures are in “lambris” style. The lower part is in scratched Oak, that gives a warm and cosy feeling, while the upper part is realized using white panels that outline the uncluttered design. 

The layout offers big rooms in all areas. A large and comfortable companionway, gives easy access the spacious saloon, with a dining area with a table for 6/8 people and a large sofa that can accommodate 4 people .

The front section can accommodate 3 cabins each one with head.

The owner's cabin is equipped with a large berth and is connected to the owner's head  with a double sink and separate shower.

The first guest cabin on port side has two single berths that can easily be joined in a double berth. The additional pullman berth gives one more place in the cabin.

In the aft section, starboard of the engine room, there is a third guest cabin, with double berth and head.

On port side, there is the open galley, through which the crew can reach their cabin, equipped with bunk berths.

The  Maxi Dolphin MD75 is equipped with a wide stern garage where a 3,27 mt rib can be accommodated.

Maxi Dolphin MD75

Auteur

  • Ice

    Bio

    Eddy Lekens, Ice for his sailing friends, started sailing at the age of 9 and soon started racing with keelboats with his parents. He is the founder and owner of ClubRacer, one of Europe's most popular sailing websites. Eddy Lekens was in 2004 awarded for "best offshore sailor of The Netherlands" for his results with the Audi sailing team. His other passion away from sailing is being a omnichannel ecommerce consultant.

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