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Redefining luxury sailing yachts
The Solaris 64 Raised Saloon followed in the footsteps of the 68RS and was first premiered in 2019. Stepping aboard this new Solaris 64RS one can understand why Solaris has become the benchmark that the industry aspires to. Solaris has taken what was exceptional from other models and stepped it up again with this new 64RS. The Raised Saloon incorporates a luxurious living environment that is ultimately functional and provides almost 360 degree visibility from the main living area.
The hull and deck of this twin-rudder blue water cruiser is made using a sandwich composite construction of E-glass with PVC Airex core. The main bulkhead and forward bulkhead are also in composite using an Airex core. This creates a light hull which withstands the multi-directional loads much better and is far more rigid than other simple laminated constructions. A full carbon hull is also an option.
The Solaris 64RS comes standard with a beautiful handcrafted Oak interior including three double cabins each with ensuite. The Solaris 64RS also includes an extensive galley that spans the full beam of the boat at the main bulkhead.
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Technology aligned with a proud tradition of comfort at sea
The larger Solaris models can accommodate a luxury owners cabin in either the traditional layout as shown here or alternatively with an outboard bed that is positioned against the main bulkhead where there is less movement when at sea.