While you can find the detailed specifications in the download pdf, I’d much rather tell you why I bought two of these beauties when I got the chance.
On first encounter, you see the yacht’s exterior and admire the aesthetic lines of the hull, mast, beam, rigging, the spacious cockpit with two helms.
For me, below deck had to cut it. When coming down the companionway on an easy descent the thing that struck me first was the lofty spaciousness of the deck saloon. I seriously considered living in this boat from the first moment and still do! I hate tight spaces, they make me anxious, but this boat doesn’t make me feel claustrophobic for a second.
When I was looking at yachts for sale, I saw a lot of different models and years of build. The newer models are broader and less deep, the standard ones don’t have real wooden interiors anymore, and rather come in an off the shelf practical laminated style. I prefer real wood in a yacht, classic and warm and genuine. And I prefer a hydrodynamic design in a yachts hull that will allow for speed and steadiness in the water. In the 54 DS you get it all, space, genuine classic wooden interior, and elegant hydrodynamic design for high performance sailing.