Toy 51

Toy 51 & Toy 51 Fly

Toy 51 & Toy 51 Fly

If you are interested into the true essence of yachting, look here. You won’t be disappointed. The Toy 51 and the Toy 51 Fly travel on plane as stable as a train. The stern trail is clean and the IPS engines are great.The harmonious lines, reminescent of classic yachting design, are those of an evergreen boat.

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Toy 51 – Exterior

 

Toy 51 – Interior

Toy 51 & 51 Fly, timelessly beautiful

Toy 51, thanks to its size, allows easy management, excellent maneuverability and comfortable interiors. Cruising is always pleasant thanks to the fully equipped outfitting. The Toy 51 is perfectly suited for both daily cruising and longer trips with friends and family.

The Toy 51 is fitted with a Volvo IPS propulsion system that guarantees precise manoeuvring and optmized fuel consumption.

The large cockpit space can be set up with different combinations of sundecks and sofas. In the cockpit we like large open spaces, the classic sofa leaning against the transom mirror that makes the joy of those who enjoy sailing.

Cruising is always pleasant thanks to the fully equipped outfitting. Below deck, in addition to two rooms for owner and guests, there is a real accommodation for the sailor with its own bathroom and independent entrance from the cockpit.

 

Toy 51 Fly

 

Toy 51, the Fly version

Without being fooled by the search for space at all costs, the fly bridge of the new version is harmonious with the line in pure Toy style. The fly of 51′ is sober and useful, with a driving position with total visibility on the whole boat and the surrounding sea. The access ladder allows a quick descent in case of need during the mooring manoeuvre.

 

Toy 51/51 Fly – Data

LOA: 51.6 ft
Max Beam: 15.9 ft
Max draught: 2.9 ft
Displacement: 19.5 ton
Engines: 2 x Volvo D8 600 hp
Drive: IPS 800
Cruising Speed: 28 kts
Top Speed: 35 kts
Max Range: 350 nm

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