24 thoughts on “JP54 test sail – Yachting World”

  1. nice boat but the people who designed the inside obviously never been sailing : P

  2. reaction?….. Wooooooow! looks like something that should have been added to the movie oblivion! Awesome engineering!

  3. This is not a godamn boat anymore. The interior and the whole inside? It looks more like a futuristic spaceship gay bar. Some things should stay classic, and that is sailboats.

  4. This is a really beautiful yacht. She’s not just wonderful to look at, she’s a work of art, a technical masterstroke, a sportscar on the water. I’m just sad that I cannot afford the £2m price tag or £250k for the sails. I’ll bet that she’s fabulous for a long & fast blue water race. I’d buy it in a heartbeat.

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  6. It’s a little austere but I’m a fan of modular design. I’d take it in a heartbeat if I had the dough. I’d love to see what it can do on a run with the bag up.

  7. After reviewing the comments I would only add that boats like mates are a matter of preference. One man’s dream is another man’s nightmare… Fair winds and following seas…


  8. But the inside in just to ugly for me. I will pass on this boat design inside.

  9. Nice boat but I can’t help but wonder what happens if you trip and fall between the seats and the nav/galley when it is rotating. I guess you are stuck and hope you have some capable and awake crew.

  10. And further more the rotary nav/gally adds to stability so BOOM. This is a racer cruiser not a family boat

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