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Solaris 47 Review Ocean Magazine February 2019 – PANACHE and PERFORMANCE


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Become a part of the Solaris 47 experience.
Learn why Kevin Green states that “Performance cruisers like this Italian Solaris 47 are intended to satisfy both sides of the yachting equation and reward the discerning sailor.”

Read Full Review Here


The Solaris 47 maiden sail on Sydney Harbour


no words needed – just watch the video! And come and see this magnificent yacht at Sydney Boatshow.


Solaris Day 2018


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So who would want to fly to Sardinia in May and spend a week sailing Solaris yachts? It is a long way to travel for a week of sailing and with the busy lives that people lead it is unlikely that anyone would have the time – or so we thought.



Solaris 47 – Coming To Sydney!


“With this latest model, Solaris surpasses the standards set by itself” This is how Solaris introduce this model on their website.
“Team Windcraft are pleased to announce that a Solaris 47 is being hand-built at Solaris in Italy – destined for Sydney Harbour. This will be the first Solaris 47 in Australia.

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Solaris Sailing Days 2018 – 30 May – 3 June. Sardinia


Solaris have now announced details of their “Solaris Days 2018” At this unique event, guest’s immerse themselves in in the world of Solaris – experiencing sailing in Sardinia on the full range of stylish Solaris models.
Held at the Porto Rotundo – the jewel in the crown of Sardinia’s yachting facilities – this is a must do experience on any sailor’s wish list. Enjoy the ambience of the first class Porto Rotundo Yacht club and mingle with Solaris owners while the expert team from Solaris Yachts are on hand to answer your questions.

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Previous News

Solaris start the Europan winter with a full order book… so the yard is busy with virtually the whole range under construction.
If you’re heading to Italy you can admire the 72 classic No. 2 and a Wally 115 under construction. The yard in Forlì is the most advanced oven for high-tech yacht building which allows the team to build yachts of over 100 feet. 
The photo below shows the new Solaris 47 and 50 side by side.  Buyers of the new 47 are really appreciating the self-tacking headsail as standard and all winches in the perfect position for short-handed sailing. A further characteristic of the Solaris 47 is the vast space below deck and the new wave piercing bow. Read more
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Yachting World Review Solaris 50

We’re in Italy… we’re sailing a very Italian looking boat in very Italian conditions… and it’s fantastic!

Toby Hodges reviews the Solaris 50 for Yachting World and describes the Solaris 50 as a “beautiful sailing pleasure.” The video demonstrates how easy the Solaris is to sail even when you’re short handed. Toby also talks about the aft flare of the design and how this gives incredible down-wind speed. It’s a great opportunity to have a look at the custom white oak interior on this yacht and appreciate the level of finish. Toby also takes a look around the Solaris factory.



Peter Hrones Review from Dusseldorf

Peter Hrones sent this excited review back after seeing the new Solaris ONE 50…

“As I hopped on the new Solaris ONE 50 first thing I noticed was the clean spacious cockpit with low profile deck and a very sporty but elegant window line really defining the new Solaris range from Soto Acebal.

The in-house Solaris interior designers had the whole boat show talking about the beautifully appointed modern interior on the NEW 50, which was finished in a bleached oak wood with slightly darker bleached contrasting floor boards.

I heard exhibitors commenting that the 58 teak interior finish was better than a Swan, which has been the benchmark for the highest quality boat building in the world… again clean and simple. The Solaris dinghy storage design is the best in the business. 

I was lucky enough to bump into the very happy Michele Ricci.  Michele manages the Solaris factory and is also a shareholder. 

His first words to me were… “I’m so proud… I’m just so proud”  – I could see a tear in his eye. And so he should be proud.

For me it was really nice to hear his passion for building/designing these two beautifully yachts which are both new models for the company”.

The team at Windcraft are now working on getting these two models here by next summer so you can see them for yourself. In the meantime here is a video Pete took at the show.