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Velarca 135: Beiderbeck reveals 41m sailing yacht concept in collaboration with Isola Corvus

19 January 2022• Written by Tom McGhie

German studio Beiderbeck Designs has teamed up with Finnish yachting company Isola Corvus to reveal a 41 metre sailing yacht concept named Velarca 135.

The carbon-fibre concept is aimed at motor yacht owners with amenities, such as a beach club, large swim platform and a voluminous interior, more commonly associated with motor yachts.

The Velarca 135 is fitted with three self-tacking and hydraulically furling jibs - with an upside-down fisherman sail - that can be opened or reefed at the touch of the button for simple sail handling without the need for a "small army" of crew. Under full sail she flies an 850-square-metre sail plan, while the deck below is left free of ropes with jib traveller tracks positioned in the mast.

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The yacht’s stand out design feature is a stylish beach club area with a large swim platform. Equipped for safety, the area also features a lift at the bulkhead which “makes all decks and areas safely accessible for everyone”. Forward of the swim platform is a Jacuzzi with a terrace that opens to sea level starboard.

Velarca 135 comes in two different interior layouts, including a “charter optimised layout” which accommodates 12 guests in six cabins. In the “deluxe version”, the addition of a large owner’s cabin reduces the overall number of guests to 10 in a total of five cabins. 

The lower deck hosts a large galley equipped with washer dryers and a dumbwaiter which leads to a dining room upstairs on the main deck. Crew accommodation for nine members is found amidships on the lower deck.

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