Sail area:
– Main: 38 m / 409 ft
– Self-tacking jib: 29 m / 312.15 ft
– Code 0: 36 m / 387.5 ft
– Gennaker: 65 m / 699.65 ft

SQ = Speed and Quality. Same hull as the 46 but built lighter and stiffer with a more powerful rig.
Upgrades include a competition keel, deeper rudder, taller carbon rig and optional traveler arch.

Additional keel options:
Shallow – draft: 1.85m/7.08ft; displacement: 11,900kg/26,235lbs; ballast: 3,850kg/8,488lbs.
West Coast – draft: 2.48m/8.17ft; displacement: 11,400kg/25,132lbs; ballast: 3,350kg/7,385lbs.
Competition – draft: 2.58m/8.5ft; displacement: 11,200kg/24,691lbs; ballast: 3,150kg/6,944lbs.

Available with a 80hp diesel engine.

Tall competition carbon rig:
Mast above WL: 22.2m / 72.08 ft
Total reported sail area: 126.79 m² / 1,365 ft²
I – 18.9m/62ft
J – 5.5m/18.08ft
P – 18.7m/61.33ft
E – 6.55m/21.5ft

Standard layout shown above. Other options are available.

Center cockpit.
The 49CS is an aft cockpit version with the same hull.
Optional all electric propulsion.
Reported sail area includes a 106% genoa.
Interior design: Wetzels Brown Partners.

Aft cockpit.
The 50CS-2 is a center cockpit version with the same hull.
Optional all electric propulsion.
Reported sail area includes a 106% genoa.
Interior design: Wetzels Brown Partners.

LOD: 14.03 m / 46.03 ft

Various keel/draft options available.
Optional Volvo Penta D1-30, 27 hp engine.

Various keel/draft options available.
Optional Volvo Penta D2-40, 38 hp engine,

Available with a performance T-Keel.

A collaboration between naval architects J&J Design and industrial designer Gerald Kiska.
LOD: 9.90 m / 32.48 ft
Shallow keel draft: 1.3 m / 4.26 ft
Optional electric engine: 8 KW / 10 hp