Beiderbeck Designs Reveals 19.4m Daysailer Concept

23 August 2019 • Written by Miranda Blazeby

German design studio Beiderbeck Designs has revealed its latest concept, a 19.4 metre day sailer called Che Bella Vita.

Designed for the al fresco lifestyle, the day sailer features a 4.9 metre beam and a 150 square metre mainsail, which is electrically unrolled from the boom.

Built in GRP/ composite, the yacht’s key features are a flush deck to maximise on free deck space, sheer rail and integrated LED lights to turn the yacht into a “party boat”.

The concept Che Bella Vita is designed for an al fresco lifestyle

The double rudder steering system is steered from one helm aft, while other on deck features include a cocktail bar and grill. Below decks, one large double cabin sits alongside a bathroom, dining and “chill out” area. The yacht has a delivery time of nine months from order and would be built at the Knierim shipyard in Kiel.

The yacht is designed to be owner operated, with one double cabin below decks

A statement from the studio said: “Whether you are sailing by yourself or with friends, this uncompromised daysailor stands for maritime lifestyle, fun sailing and family adventure at the same time.”

It comes after Beiderbeck revealed a 24 metre motor yacht concept called Private Beach in 2017. Key features of the concept include folding bulwarks and a large aft deck, with more than 50 square metres of space. The tender area is large enough to carry two double seater Jet Skis while the sun deck would feature a freshwater Jacuzzi.

Open deck space is a key feature of the concept

Other superyacht projects currently under development at Beiderdeck Designs include the 36.6 metre Dahm 120 sailing yacht, which was developed in collaboration with brokerage firm Dahm International.

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