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the event of un­der­wa­ter col­li­sion.

“We ex­pect her to track up­wind ex­tremely well,” says James Kin­loch of Mc­conaghy.

And yet this is no pared-down race­boat. The sa­loon has deep seat­ing to star­board and an ex­tend­ing ta­ble gives din­ing space for at least eight, and can con­vert into loung­ing room if you drop the ta­ble and in­stall the fill-in cush­ion. The gal­ley and is­land unit to port are more pent­house than deck­house, with in­duc­tion hob and moulded-in sinks. Sen­si­bly, there is a nav­i­ga­tion sta­tion at the for­ward end of the sa­loon, with good vis­i­bil­ity ahead and ac­cess to all the sys­tems.

The styling was un­der­taken by De­sign Un­lim­ited.

“The con­cept was to cre­ate a pent­house apart­ment on the liv­ing deck,” says Ole John, di­rec­tor of Mc­conaghy Multihulls Europe.

Power and piz­zazz: you can cross an ocean at pace and in style and com­fort in the MC50

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