Available as Day, Weekend and Cabin versions, the Solenn 23 is the first member of the Solenn family. This small neoclassical cruiser is comfortable, fast and elegant. With good stability, a simple and easily handled sail plan, it is completely safe to sail alone. Its vast cockpit will accommodate five people when under sail. Its hydraulically lifted keel (optional) and two rudders mean it can be run aground and is also suitable for sailing in shallow water.
This most modern yacht, with its retro looks, was designed by Mortain and Mavrikios. Its teak deck, lovely mahogany king plank, its coamings and its varnished mahogany roof emphasise its distinctly classical line. The hull colour is endlessly customisable.
On the Solenn Weekend, Journey and Cabin, the interior can be finished with a choice of satin-varnished oak or mahogany. The galley corner with sink and stove can be used to prepare a simple meal. These versions have plenty of storage space, especially under the four bunks. All the fittings can be custom-made to meet the owners’ wishes.
Its size means it can be transported by road, to vary the stretches of water.