The yacht of “tomorrow” has arrived
The new Sunbeam 32.1 will then have very little to do with its predecessors, although the build quality and craftsmanship remain characteristic of the Sunbeam shipyard. It starts with an extremely modern and sporty look, with flared forward volumes and an inverted bow. The design was entrusted to Studio J&J, the yard’s traditional partner, but they were joined by industrial designer Gerald Kiska. The result: a boat that wants to keep up with the times and appeal to a younger public. Hence the choice of an innovative look: in fact, the boat incorporates some of the most contemporary design trends inspired by the world of racing yachts. Inside, the volumes are totally open space, for a boat designed for a public that wants to enjoy it on short, fun outings where it is mainly sailed.
Sunbeam 32.1 – Data
Lenght overall: 10 meters
Beam: 3 meters
Draft: 1,8 meters
Displacement: 4 tons
CLICK HERE to read the article about the Sunbeam 32.1 from Giornale della Vela