Pegasus Yachts


Pegasus 50

With the Pegasus 50 you can expect an exceptional sailing experience that combines the thrill of the open seas with the utmost comfort and convenience. From its unwavering commitment to safety to its meticulous attention to quality and craftsmanship, Pegasus stands as a true testament to excellence.

Pegasus Yachts focuses on the following four key elements with their Pegasus 50:

  1. Comfort – 360° view makes the saloon bright and spacious. A sliding door and only two steps connect the cockpit and salon in one living space.
  2. Safety – Windshield and solid roof protect you from sun, spray, winds and cold. Substantial railing, massive foot stop, handholds where needed, and carefully thought interior layout help ensure safety on the oceans.
  3. Quality – Non-complex solutions, precise and detailed engineering backed with decades of experience, well-proven installed equipment, and a quality minded team are fundamentals for build quality. Less is more is the name of the game.
  4. Speed – Effortless, fast sailing is possible due to the modern hull lines, reduced displacement, sail plan design and lightweight and solid build. Experienced racers will get the thrill while comfortably cruising the oceans. Some call her a “gentleman’s racing boat.”

Pegasus Yachts shares Zig Ziglar’s philosophy that “it’s easier to explain price once than to apologize for quality forever.”

The Pegasus Yachts team has completed more than 160 projects for prominent world-series builders. Ten of those projects have won European Yacht of the Year Awards and more than 50 other national Boat of the Year Awards. One of the founders of Pegasus Yachts, Marko Pas, was previously responsible for the development of Shipman Carbon Yachts and built a total 44 boats of the 5 different models they offered. Shipman Carbon Yachts collectively circumnavigated 36 times in last ten years. Gaining priceless experience directly from owners cruising in most remote world places.

The Pegasus Yachts team works in close collaboration with leading naval architects and hydrodynamic specialists from current America’s Cup and ocean racing, as well as exterior and interior designers and stylists, structural specialists and the best industry suppliers. The Pegasus 50 concept, design and engineering represent the result of experience gained in previous projects.


360° view makes the saloon bright and spacious. Sliding door and only two steps connect cockpit and saloon in one unique living space. Cockpit protection against natural elements is integrated in basic design. Dinghy garage takes inflated dinghy up to 2,8 meters.

Comfort on board Pegasus 50 is all about the view, lots of light and improved ergonomics!

The saloon with a 360° view is designed to extend the cockpit into a bigger, uniform living space and offers protection.

Reduced height between cockpit and saloon level to two! steps only and lots of handholds make moving on board safe and easy.

360° horizon visibility and lots of light and fresh air reduce seasickness and make the saloon a livable and safe space for the crew while sailing.

The HARD TOP ABOVE COCKPIT and glass windshield protect the cockpit from the harsh environment including sun heat.

Sliding windshield windows, roof hatches and foldable cabrio roof provide light and fresh air when needed.

Roof foldable side wings protect the cockpit from low sun or rain, even while sailing, encapsulate cockpit from three sides.

Extra wide cockpit seats with high backrest for comfortable seating and resting.

Cockpit table with integrated fridge for drinks, handholds, non-slip top surfaces and glass and mug holders.

GIMBALLED SETTEE mechanism keeps the saloon sofa and table in a leveled position even when the boat is heeled.

This is especially important for long ocean passages, when working and sleeping on a levelled surface substantially reduces fatigue.

The folding and electrically operated dropping saloon table provides easy seat access or delivers a king size lounging couch.

Full visibility forward with all instrumentation and sailing controls for comfortable and safe navigation.

CHART TABLE with storage for books and paper charts

Specially designed navigation seat is oversized for short naps during night watch.

Hatch above navigation seat for fresh air.

The U-shaped GALLEY provides relaxed and safe food preparation whilst at sea.

Preparing food or doing the dishes after dinner does not isolate the cook. Galley position between salon and cockpit is inclusive.

Fridges are located and designed for use on the oceans while boats are at high heel.

Central galley furniture element provides a cook full support while preparing food or cooking.

Extended worktop under flipping navigation seat with access to top loading cool box or freezer.

Interior layout concept helps moving inside the boat and comfortable use of toilet and shower while sailing oceans.

The cabins are located far from noise and vibration sources: specially insulated engine, generator and technical areas.

The saloon and cabins are positioned as close to the center of the movement for minimum jaw, pitch and roll whilst at sea.

Owner’s suite with separate shower has possibility to transform king size bed in two separate beds.

Private beach on folding platform is just a step down from cockpit level.

Most comfortable swimming ladder available.

Dinghy garage under cockpit can take inflated dingy for four persons.


Windshield and hard top roof protect from sun, spray, winds and cold. Substantial railing and massive deck foot stop, handholds where needed and carefully thought interior layouts help ensure safety on the oceans.


A deep and well-protected cockpit, minimized floor HEIGHT between the cockpit, salon and cabins, and an optimized interior layout make Pegasus safe to sail and live on.

Simple, straightforward sailing solutions provide easy and safe shorthanded boat handling. Sailing functions are moved away from the cockpit seating area.

The main sheet arch above the cockpit keeps the highly loaded and dangerous main sheet away from the cockpit.

Sailing Pegasus is safe in all weather conditions, even single-handedly and in every ocean.


A deep cockpit is designed to give comfortable sitting and protection against all elements.

The tempered glass front windshield offers clear forward visibility, even at night, without reflection.

NO high-loaded and movable main sheet in the cockpit. It is moved on top of the main sheet arch.

Sailing controls moved away from cockpit seating, led back to the steering position and optimized for shorthanded operations.

Massive deck toe rail, extra strong railing and stanchions, and plenty of handholds.

Wide deck passages, clean deck and solid steps to side decks and swim platform for safe movement around the boat.


The safe and close connection between the cockpit and the saloon is separated with only two ergonomically shaped steps.

Reduced interior layout distances prevent falling or slipping while sailing.

An interior layout with a central corridor between cabins and toilets allows safe movement.

A toilet and shower are designed and positioned for use while sailing at high heel angles.

The galley is well thought out, with various body supports for comfortable and safe food preparation.


Balanced, symmetrical, but modern hull shape, with moderate keel draft and good upwind sailing ability.

Advanced keel design with exceptional longitudinal stability, minimum leeway, and sufficient lateral area for low-speed manoeuvrability.

Robust top keel plate construction, bolted into moulded hull recess, to evenly spread keel loads on hull structure. The hull structure is engineered and built for grounding at low speed.

Twin rudders for total control on big seas and redundancy in case of damaging one rudder. Each rudder can be independently operated.


Accessible, non-corrosive seacocks (through-hull fittings) optimized in number and position (clustering), with clear markings for easier regular inspection and control.

Boat systems are moved out of bilges to preserve equipment from moisture and dirt and for easier access and inspection.

The life raft in the cockpit table is ready for use with one pull-out.

TWO (2) Main Bilge pumps, oversized, as per professional vessels standard.

The boat is separated into three structural watertight compartments.

Last-generation ANCHOR is integrated into the hull recess. It is self-launching from the steering position or bow control.



 Pegasus value is built around meticulous structural engineering and careful composite construction using state-of-the-art production techniques and materials, including carbon fibres. The result is a strong and sound hull structure, perfectly able to sustain loads from any conditions on the sea. A strong and sound but lightweight structure is a key for easy handling and a fast-moving hull through water in any sea state.


Tandem keel and rudders are designed in collaboration with the most progressive minds in yacht design and engineering, working exclusively for America’s cup teams and top ocean racing yachts. The objective was to reduce leeway, increase directional stability and increase lateral surface by not compromising speed. Increased keel lateral stability is essential for low-speed control of the boat in small ports with strong winds abeam.


Hull bow volume under the anchor locker floor is structurally fully insulated in case the bow, floating in the water, hits a big and heavy floating object. Even if the hull gets damaged and penetrated, water remains in this small volume and does not enter the rest of the boat.


Non-complex solutions, precise and detailed engineering backed with experience, well proven installed equipment, and quality minded boatbuilders are fundamental for Build Quality that last. LESS IS MORE is the name of the game.


Pegasus build and engineering team is quality-minded, focusing on simple, straightforward and long-lasting solutions.

We only install equipment that is oversized, well-proven and reliable from trusted suppliers for easy maintenance and simple repair.

We constantly monitor boats in use and replace or improve equipment and solutions to offer Pegasus customers the best possible experience.

The technical compartments are spacious, split by function and easy to reach, so maintenance and repairs can be done comfortably without the need for crawling into or working in tight spaces.

All the systems were carefully thought through and focused on delivering maximum autonomy.

Boat systems are installed in illuminated compartments.

Systems are easily accessible and separated by function: electrics, engine room and liquids.

We reduced the number of seacocks and optimized their positions.

The main engine and generator are installed in a well-ventilated and accessible engine room.

Increased hull directional stability and perfect sail balance reduce the autopilot’s electrical consumption.



When designing and installing boat systems, Pegasus engineering, assembly and after sales teams are focusing on the possibility to access and inspect installed elements and potential replacements.


 Pegasus focuses on collaborating with material suppliers that they know in person, for a long time. It is the personal relationship with business owners and they know their production and products  as suppliers know our product. In times of disturbed supply chains this is the only way to receive real quality products and receive it on time.


Effortless fast sailing due to modern hull lines, reduced total weight, mast and sail plan design and strong and quality-built boat.

At 20 knots TWS / 100 TWA, with full main and J1, autopilot ON, she will be touching 12,5 knots boat speed while surfing waves.

Pegasus DOES NOT compromise comfort, safety and simplicity by increasing sail area, reducing liquids capacity or proper equipment necessary for freedom at sea.

We developed light but sound and safe boat construction with winning ocean racing designers and engineers using state-of-the-art production technologies, advanced materials, and engineering methods.

Extended mast crane reduces mast height and weight and increases a mainsail area for light wind performance.

The sail area is kept moderately small for easy handling, optimized for 15-20 knots of wind.

Sailing upwind, the main sail can only be reefed above 22 knots to reduce necessary operations and damaging sails.

From 15 knots TWS on, a self-tacking J2 and full mainsail is a comfortable upwind configuration.

As downwind sails, we use FURLING Code 0 and modern FURLING systems with torque rope for the asymmetric gennaker. Both furled sails can be kept hoisted while cruising.


Pegasus is, in any sense, NOT a racing boat. The sole focus when designing and building Pegasus is reliability, simplicity while handling with shorthanded crew and increasing comfort staying onboard. Some of the elements mentioned above, are key for fast sailing.


Pegasus 50 has potential, with proper preparations, knowledge, and experience, competitively racing oceans over longer distances. Single handed or shorthanded crew will find good shelter on deck and comfortable stay inside while covering over 300 miles in 24 hours. A “gentlemen’s cruiser” for racers.


Markus Moser with Pegasus50#3 WON famous OSTAR race across Nort Atlantic, from Plymouth UK to Newport US. After 19 days of mainly upwind sailing in winds above 30 knots, constant waves crashing on deck and temperatures below 5 deg C, Markus kept enjoying every day of his Atlantic crossing due to safety, comfort, reliability and speed provided from the Pegasus 50.


Hull, Deck & Superstructure Construction:

  • Hull, surface is made in recycled carbon 100g/m2 resin rich layer with epoxy/vinyl ester resin. Surface, after demolding, is grinded and applied two layers of epoxy primer. Any colour PU base is applied. Final layer is two component PU clear coat, able to be locally repaired and polished.
  • Colour: any you want.
  • Deck and other composite parts surface are produced in highest quality vinyl ester NPG gel coat with hand applied epoxy/vinyl ester tie-coat.
  • NPG for deck is RAL 9016 and RAL7044.
  • Hull, deck, structural bulkheads and structural members of hull and deck are built in Epoxy/vinyl ester resin and hybrid, Carbon and Glass fibres laminate with high performance PVC core, using vacuum infusion lamination process.
  • During vacuum infusion process of bigger parts, like hull and deck, resin transfer and curing process is monitored with thermal camera.
  • Internal structure and gussets in solid epoxy vinyl ester-Carbon and epoxy vinyl ester- Glass laminate is bonded to both hull and deck with high-performance epoxy vinyl ester bonding paste.
  • Forepeak and aft bulkhead are watertight. The space in front of the forward bulkhead below the anchor well is filled with closed-cell PU or Epoxy foam creating watertight crash box.
  • Structural composite parts are post-cured for longer period to achieve full resin polymerization and maximum laminate performance.
  • Hull cove and decorative stripes are in PU paint or adhesive film.
  • Hull and deck inner surfaces and structure outer composite surfaces are sealed / painted with two component polyurethane or epoxy vinyl ester paint. All bilges to waterline are painted grey for easier inspection and cleaning.
  • Artificial decking, on deck, folding platform, cockpit floor and cockpit seats.
  • Folding platform with stainless steel hinges, manually operated, with 8mm dyneema rope and cam cleat to fix it in upright position. Rope is lead to port forward winch.


Keel & Rudder:

  • Access to upper rudder bearings for emergency steering on cockpit floor.
  • A hydro dynamically optimized cast iron fin and low drag lead bulb form keel.
  • A big surface and thick keel plate spread loads of keel righting moment and grounding forces to composite structure of the boat.
  • Keel plate is bolted to hull with 12 high-tensile stainless-steel bolts with stiff backing plates.
  • Twin (2) spade rudders are a high ratio air foil section in glass/vinyl ester laminate with stainless steel rudder stock.
  • 4 Self-alignment rudder bearings (two upper and two lower bearings).
  • One (1) Emergency steering handle stored in technical room.

Engine & Gearboxes:

  • Volvo D2-75 Diesel engine, 4 cylinders, turbocharged with intercooler.
  • Engine is mounted on resilient mounts with special rubber to prevent excessive vibration.
  • Sail drive.
  • Engine room compartment carefully sound isolated.
  • Access to motor from 3 sides (port & starboard technical room and cockpit).
  • The starting key (main engine switchboard) is located on the port steering console, with control lights and alarm buzzer and revolution indicator.
  • Cooling water intake for the controllers.
  • Mechanical cooling water filter in port technical room.
  • A plastic water lock is mounted in “engine” room.
  • Exhaust tube runs at shortest way to port side to stainless steel hull exhaust, above water line.


Propulsion & Steering:

  • 3 blade folding GORI propeller.
  • Steering system is mechanic with cardan system.
  • 1,5 turns from max-to-max rudder position, rudder angle +/- 35 degrees.
  • Two rudder blades are connected with rigid rod to maintain constant relative position.
  • Two rudders.
  • Mechanical autopilot is integrated in mechanical steering box, port side.
  • Sleipner SLR 130, retractable bow thruster 24VDC 6,5 Kw, 250mm diameter propeller tunnel, with 160kg thrust.
  • Bow thruster is installed in water isolated composite compartment under forward Veeberth, in case of damage water remains in this compartment.
  • Thruster pushbutton controls on starboard steering console.
  • 2 Steering console pedestals, 90cm diameter composite steering wheels with mechanical steering mechanism.
  • Space for instrumentation on each console; up to 1x 12” chart plotter, 1x Autopilot, 2x multi display.
  • Bow thruster controls on starboard console.
  • Engine control panel on starboard side console.
  • Windlass control panel with chain counter on starboard side.
  • Foot stops at steering position.


Other Mechanical Equipment:

  • Opening hatch in cockpit floor for access to engine room with hinges and lock.
Electrical Systems

Voltage Systems:

  • The AC system is 230Vac, 50 hertz, single phase. Can also be configured for 120V/60 hertz for North American market.
  • Shore power, generator and 24/5000W inverter supply are feed to AC Distribution Switchboard.
  • Marinco 220 VAC / 16 Amp Shore-Power Deck connector in starboard rope storage. Can also be configured with 120V/30 Amp shore power connector for North American market.
  • Marinco 20 m Shore Power Cord Set.
  • Galvanic Isolator Victron VDI-32.
  • Automatic Commutation Selector Switch (Shore-Generator-Inverter).
  • DC charger, DC inverter, 2x solar MPPT control boxes, DC Electric panel, AC electric panel, …
  • AC Grounding Bus is connected to DC Main Negative Bus. The single point, at which all the bonding and grounding circuits are connected (current carrying circuits).
  • DC Main Negative Bus is connected to Grounding Bus connecting chain plates, electronics ground plates, seacocks, strainers (non-current carrying circuits).
  • Adequate Zinc Anode size/mass is installed in hull recess.
  • Rudders will be protected against galvanic current according manufacturer’s instruction.
  • Deck Equipment (Winches, Windlass, Bow Thruster) is protected against galvanic current according manufacturer’s instructions.


Battery Banks:

  • 24 VDC Service Battery Bank; 2 Pcs Batteries LiFePO4 Battery 25,6V/200Ah.
  • Service Batt. Bank Switch (600A Continuous Rating).
  • Winches / Bow Thruster/Anchor Windlass Switch (600A Continuous Rating).
  • 2 Pcs 12 V/80Ah Engine / Generator Starter Batteries.


Battery Chargers:

  • Victron Victron Quattro 5kVA – 230V (can also be configured for 120V).
  • Engine Alpha Compact 28/80 VP with Alpha pro III. External regulator.
  • 6 pcs Solar Panels 24V, total 720Wp in two zones, with 2 pcs Victron Smart Solar MPPT 100/20 Solar Charge Controller.
  • Engine / Generator Batteries Switch with Emergency Parallel Connection.
  • Victron IP charger 12V / 20A.



  • Whisper Power – M-GV5 PICCOLO (230V / 3,5kW), Variable speed – load-dependent, continuous power 3,5kW.
  • Generator is mounted on resilient mounts with special rubber and in its own cocoon to prevent excessive vibration and noise.
  • Cooling water intake in port technical room, with seacock and mechanical filter, easy accessible for cleaning.
  • Generator installed in engine room compartment carefully sound isolated.
  • Access to generator from 2 sides (port & starboard technical rooms and cockpit).
  • A plastic water lock is mounted under generator.
  • Exhaust hose run to water separator in port technical room, that splits cooling water and fumes.
  • Fumes are running separately above water line to reduce noise.
  • Cooling water hose to seacock below water line.
  • Generator control panel with start/stop function on dashboard.
  • Fuel line to generator with water separator filter with manual drain in starboard technical room with excellent access for control and cleaning.


Shore Power:

  • 220 V shore pick-up in starboard rope storage locker with storage for 20m electric cable. Can also be configured for 120V power.
Plumbing Systems
  • Sea water intake seacock in port side technical room, front part.
  • Mechanical filter with manifold (up to 4 valves take off).
  • Pressure pump, 24V, 0,7-1,7 bar.
  • Galley water tap, with pressurized sea water.


Fresh Water & Water Heating System:

  • Pressurized fresh water system on all taps; both toilets and showers, galley and transom shower.
  • Pressure pump, mechanical filter and accumulator container, 24 V, 22 l/min, 0,7-1,7 bar.
  • 40 l hot water heater (220 V on shore cable or engine heat exchanger) in aft part of settee, easy accessible for checks and maintenance. Heater connected to engine heat exchanger.
  • Pressurized fresh hot and cold water on all taps: both toilets and showers and galley.
  • Fresh water pump, 24V, with pressure accumulator.



  • Water maker Schenker ZEN 50 – 24V/50 litres per hour.


Bilge Pumps:

  • A hand operated bilge pump (high capacity) at the helmsman position on starboard side, taking water from the main bilge to overboard.
  • There are two 24V bilges in main bilge, Rule 3700 or similar, 250 litres/minute capacity, each having an integrated automatic switch.
  • One 24V bilge in engine compartment Rule 3700 or similar, 130 litres/minute capacity, each having an integrated automatic switch.
  • One 24V bilge in dinghy garage Rule 3700 or similar, 130 litres/minute capacity, each having an integrated automatic switch.
  • Main bilge line with siphon break lead to port side overboard, above water line (no seacocks).


  • Total capacity of 124 gallons; under salon settee standard. Option to increase capacity to 185 gallons.
  • Diesel tank ventilation in starboard rope storage locker for easy checks and prevention of fuel spillage.
  • Two fuel filters and water separator.
  • Two, redundant fuel filters with manual switch.
  • Fuel level sensor on tank and level display on Simarine Pico.
  • Fuel tank intake on deck to Starboard.
  • Fuel vent to cockpit rope storage, accessible while filling to prevent spill.
  • Fuel line to water heater with water separator filter with manual drain in starboard technical room with excellent access for control and cleaning.


Fresh Water:

  • Total capacity of 163 gallons; integrated composite fresh water tanks (2 pieces) with slushing bulkheads, placed centrally in port and starboard cabins.
  • Tank interior is painted with food grade Epoxy paint with food grade certificate.
  • Tank inspection cover for cleaning, 260mm diameter.
  • Both tanks connected with cross line with separate closing valves (possibility to isolate tanks).
  • Water intake gland, 50mm, on port side deck.
  • Each tank has 25mm vent overboard.
  • Electronic gauge meter on starboard tank with indicator at dashboard.
  • Freshwater pipe connector in rope locker on port side & anchor locker.


Grey/Blackwater Holding Tanks:

  • Toilet discharge water runs in two black water tanks of 60 l, one in each toilet, with deck or ocean discharge, with level sensor and inspection opening.
  • Discharge seacocks under each black water tanks, easily accessible for checks and closing.
  • Black water tank vented overboard.
  • Black water tank gauge in toilet near electric toilet flush switch.
  • Galley sinks discharge under the sinks to the side above water line (no seacock).
  • Port toilet bowl discharge in locker under, to the side above water line (no seacock).
  • Owner toilet bowl discharge in locker under, thru seacock.
  • Two showers drain pump, one for each shower sump in port corridor storage locker, with watertight manual switch in each shower.
Navigation Equipment
  • Magnetic compass in aft face cockpit table.
  • Apple iPad.
  • Saloon Chart Table:
  1. B&G Zeus3S – 16-inch MFD, chart plotter.
  2. B&G Triton² Multifunction Display.
  3. Simrad AP44 Pilot Controller.
  4. B&G V60 VHF, DSC, ATIS, AIS Receiver, N2K.
  5. VHF Wireless Handset with Charging Station.
  • Saloon Electronics (behind electrical control panel-stbd):
  1. Navico NSPL-500 (AIS Class B Antenna Splitter Dashboard).
  2. B&G Nac3 REMOTE Pilot Controller.
  3. B&G Precision-9 heading sensor.
  4. AIS GPS antenna.
  • Cockpit roof:
  1. 4 x B&G Triton² Multifunction Display.
  • Port Steering Console:
  1. B&G Zeus3S – 12-inch MFD, chart plotter.
  2. Simrad AP44 Pilot Controller (rudder reference).
  • Starboard Steering Console:
  1. B&G Zeus3S – 12-inch MFD, chart plotter.
  2. Simrad AP44 Pilot Controller (rudder reference).
  • Mast:
  1. BG 4G Broadband Radar, on the mast- forward looking position.
  2. VHF Antenna.
  3. MHU VS310 (Mast Head Unit) Wind Direction/Speed.
  4. B&G Forward looking Mini Colour Camera with Infra-Red positioned under the radar
  • Technical Room Starboard:
  1. B&G NAC-3 Core Pack for Auto Pilot.
  • Starboard steering compartment:
  1. B&G rudder reference RF 25N.
  • Corridor:
  1. DST 810 Depth/Speed Log/Temperature Transducer.
  2. B&G ForwardScan (forward-looking sonar provides a clear two-dimensional image of the bottom in front of your vessel).



  • Teltonika router 955 RUT955T LTE 2xSIM, GPS, RS232/485.
  • Mobile mark LTMG-502.
Domestic Equipment
  • Washing machine, Mini 3kg.
  • Custom made cockpit bottle refrigerator 51l – drawer.



  • Two removable garbage bins at aft side to centre line with openings on hinges from work top.
  • Double sink is integrated in the work top space without a separation rim to provide easy maintenance and cleaning of the pantry surface.
  • Fresh water pressurized system with a cold and hot water tap.
  • Separate seawater tap with selector for pressurized sea water.
  • Front opening, 130l refrigerator to port side, air cooled compressor in port technical room.
  • Cooker with Induction ventilated hob with 3 cooking areas and ventilation + grill + microwaves oven, semi-gimballed. A horizontal position lock is provided.
  • Stainless steel heat protection around the stove.
  • Fumes extinguisher above cooker.
  • Stainless steel worktop under forward folding navigator seat with top access 100 litres stainless steel storage box.
  • 110 litres deep freezer with two drawers, water cooled compressor under longitudinal locker.
  • 6 persons set cutlery.
  • 18 pieces set dinner ware (plate, side plate, bowl).
  • 6 mugs for tea and coffee.
  • Set of standard cooking preparation tools.
  • Set of 6 standard cooking pots and pans with lids.



  • Two marine toilets, one in each toilet, with 24V macerator and pump, with button flush discharge.
  • Hot/cold water shower at the transom port side coaming.
  • Toilets: 2 hanging hooks in each toilet; 1 soap dispenser; 1 toilet paper holder; 1 toilet brush.
  • Shower(s): 2 hanging hooks in each toilet; 1 soap dispenser.


Heating, Cooling & & Ventilation:

  • Air conditioning 16.000 BTU/h (230V-50/60Hz) with heating option including touch screen thermostat.
  • Main unit is installed in the salon under the settee.
  • For discharging the condense tray, small pump is Installed bellow the AC unit.
  • The outlet of the pump is connected with the main water circuit of the AC cooling water outlet right before going overboard.
  • Thru Hull Fitting is located on the aft side of the salon settee, draining above the waterline.
  • The main water Intake is in the front floor opening, with the water strainer fitted directly onto the valve. In the same area there Is a sea water pump, which Is supplying the water to the AC unit.
  • Outlet of the cold air is in the middle of the salon settee, on the highest position possible.
  • On the right side of the starboard salon dashboard there is a control panel.
  • Deck hatches are carefully designed to allow interior natural ventilation at anchor and under sail.
  • Caframo Sirocco II, timer and variable speed fans in cabins and salon.
  • Mushroom ventilation in the PORT shower.
  • Steam hood above cocker, leading to transom exhaust.
  • Engine room hot air extraction linear fan, 24V, 100mm hose diameter, 6.7 m3/minute, leading hot air to transom exhaust grill on port side.
  • Engine room ventilation extractor linear fan will Start when Engine Ignition Key in “ON” position and Stops within 10 minutes after Engine Ignition Key in “OFF” position.
  • Starboard technical room extraction fan, linear fan 24V, 100mm hose diameter, 6.7 m3/minute.
  • Starboard technical room extraction fan is ventilating salon bilge storage.
  • Engine and interior ventilation exhausts at the transom.
  • Webasto EVO55 diesel heater.
  • Engine room passive air supply from port side technical room louvers installed in engine room opening hatch.
  • Air to technical room passively supplied from lazaret (dinghy garage), louvers installed at highest possible bulkhead position.



  • Fusion MS-SRX 400 with 2 x speakers in cockpit and 2 x saloon.
  • Fusion WB670 APOLLO + MS-ERX400 RDS stereo system, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth at Starboard Settee.



  • Reading lights throughout.
  • Ceiling lights throughout.
  • Dimmable LED courtesy lights integrated in the window shelf around the salon and galley.
  • Port and starboard position lights.
  • 2 down flooding led lights, red/white, with central switch (always alive).
  • 2 red courtesy lights at companionway doors, 2 red curtesy lights at step to transom platform, 2 red curtesy lights at steps to foredeck.
  • Transom navigation light integrated in ventilation exhaust.
  • 360 deg LED anchor light. (optional strobe function) and tricolour light (ARC requirement).
  • Masthead tricolour navigation light (ARC requirement).
  • LED steaming light and Deck light.

Summary of Accommodation:

  • Side-sliding companionway door in anodized and black painted, aluminium frame and tempered glass. Port half is sliding to starboard, starboard part is fixed. Stainless steel handle and lock with key and mechanical door lock in open position.
  • Companion way door has a seal height of 150mm above cockpit floor.
  • Possibility for 380mm high washboard in front of companionway door (if requested by customer or regatta rules).
  • 4 hangers in each hanging locker.
  • 4 hanging hooks in each cabin.


Material used for furniture:

  • Marine grade lightweight plywood.
  • Processed massive wood.
  • HPL- high pressure laminate.
  • Teak veneer of processed massive wood.
  • PU paint, 20% gloss.
  • Stainless steel satin finish.
  • All joinery in processed veneer, painted orhigh pressure laminates (HPL) marine grade plywood. Joinery and panels are varnished with satin-gloss PU varnish, with visible wood pores. All joinery is non-structural.
  • All doors have massive wood frames and stop with a magnet in open position. Larger locker doors are provided with louvers for ventilation and automatic switch for locker light.
  • All portholes, hatches and windows are provided with curtains or shades. Structural main bulkheads are built in vinyl ester laminate and PVC core and covered with a veneered, HPL or upholstered panels.


Hatches & Windows:

  • 1 low-profile hatch 60×60 cm over front cabin, Lewmar Sz 60.
  • 1 low-profile hatch 50×40 cm over owners shower, Lewmar Sz30.
  • 1 low-profile hatch 50×40 cm at front end corridor, Lewmar Sz30.
  • 1 low-profile hatch 50×40 cm over guest toilet, Lewmar Sz30.
  • 1 low-profile hatch 50×40 cm over owners toilet, Lewmar Sz30.
  • 1 low-profile hatch 40×40 cm over owners cabin, Lewmar Sz44.
  • 1 low-profile hatch 40×40 cm over guest shower (guest cabin), Lewmar Sz44.
  • 2 low-profile hatches 50×40 cm at forward end of coach roof, Lewmar Sz30.
  • 2 recessed hatches on forward end cocpit roof, Lewmar Sz41.
  • Coach roof side and front windows in tempered safety glass, bonded to coach roof structure with Pegasus logo on both sides.
  • 2 integrated hatches in cockpit seats, opening 80x55cm, to access technical rooms and storage, with hinges, gas spring and lock.
  • A composite hatch in the cockpit floor, aft of steering position, with stainless steel hinges, pressurised cylinders and locks, gives access to dinghy garage and rudder system. Hatch is weather tight and drained to platform.


Description of layout from forwards:


Guest Cabin Forward:

  • Door from the corridor forward.
  • A full-size central vee berth with removable central part to split berths and integrated lee cloth.
  • The berth is accessible from aft side.
  • Shelf aside berths.
  • Mattress 10 cm foam, fabric covered, removable.
  • Open storage under aft berth sides.
  • Lockers on port and starboard side, full height hanging locker port and shelfs on the starboard side.
  • 230 V (or 120V) plug in each locker.
  • 24V car socket for universal connection converter.
  • Windlass and bow thruster main breakers switch in starboard berth storage.
  • 1 opening hatch with roller shades on the cabin ceiling.
  • Reading lights with USB port.
  • 2 lights and switch on ceiling.


Port Toilet and Shower:

  • The toilet and shower compartment are GRP moulded tray for easy cleaning and hygienic maintenance.
  • Toilet access through a door opening forward to corridor.
  • Washbasin against boat’s side with cabinet with mirror doors above.
  • Washbasin with pressurized water (hot and cold) with a worktop.
  • Lockers below the washbasin.
  • Marine head with an electrically operated pump-out and a holding tank forward.
  • Toilet paper holder, soap dispenser and towel hangers.
  • Opening hatch on the cabin ceiling.
  • 230 V (or 120V) plug in upper toilet locker.
  • Light in toilet and shower with switch on ceiling.
  • Shower access from corridor through a door opening inwards.
  • Separate enclosed shower on aft side of toilette area, with seat against the side.
  • Shower water is pumped out by an electric pump: the switch is placed on side locker.


Open Guest Cabin or Storage to Port:

  • Cabin is open towards corridor
  • A full-size lower bunk, longitudinally against hull side, with an integrated lee-cloth system.
  • Bunk surface serves as worktop for office table
  • Mattress 10cm foam, removable fabric covered.
  • A large shelves locker, full height, facing forward.
  • A large hanging locker, full height, facing aft.
  • 1 opening hatch with roller blinds on the cabin’s ceiling.
  • Ceiling lights with switch.
  • Reading lights with USB port.
  • 230 V (or 120V) plug.
  • 24V car socket for universal connection converter.
  • Caframo Sirocco II fan.


Owner’s Cabin to Starboard:

  • Door from central corridor to owner’s cabin, opening inwards.
  • A split double berth to Port aft with an integrated lee-cloth system, headboard against main bulkhead aft and night stand locker in between.
  • 230 V (or 120V) plug in nightstand locker.
  • 24V car socket for universal connection converter.
  • The berths are accessible from midline (laterally) and from front.
  • Double berth is possible to join and create access from midline only.
  • Mattress 10cm foam, removable fabric covered.
  • Head lockers along boat’s side on starboard.
  • Storage under midline berth.
  • A hanging locker to starboard, full-height, forward door with shelves, aft with hanging bar. Automatic light in locker.
  • Opening hatch with roller shades on cabin ceiling.
  • Reading lights with USB port at headboard.
  • 4 ceiling lights and ceiling switch.
  • Caframo Sirocco II fan.
  • Door forward to the en-suite washroom and toilet.


Starboard Toilet Compartment, En-suite from Owner’s Cabin:

  • Access through a door, opening inwards to starboard.
  • The toilet compartment is a GRP moulded piece including shower compartment for easy cleaning and hygienic maintenance.
  • Bench to starboard with storage underneath.
  • Metal grab rail above the bench.
  • Locker with shelfs and door, for towels and other toilet equipment behind seat.
  • 230 V (or 120V) plug in the locker.
  • Washbasin with pressurized water (hot and cold) facing midline.
  • Lockers below the washbasin with seacock access.
  • Head locker above washbasin with mirror doors.
  • 2 opening hatches in washroom and shower compartment.
  • 2 ceiling lights in washroom and shower with ceiling switch in washroom.
  • Forward is shower and toilet area separated with sliding, safety glass door.
  • Shower water is pumped out of integrated floor sump by an electric pump. Pump switch is in the shower area.
  • Metal grab in shower serving also as a hanger for towels.
  • Marine head inside shower area for ease of cleaning (drained shower floor).
  • Marine head with an electric pump and macerator.
  • Holding tank in locker behind toilet with access to discharge sea cock.
  • Shower faucet with wall holder, soap dispenser, toilet paper holder, toilet brush and towel hangers.
  • Wet hanging locker inside shower area.



  • There is one comfortable step down to access the front area of the boat.
  • Step covered with removable carpet and integrated courtesy light.
  • A corridor leads to the three front cabins and washing room/toilet.
  • Front corridor port side, big storage locker, storage and access to black water tank discharge seacock and shower pumps thru lower door.
  • Carpet on corridor floor.
  • 4 lights with two switches (front/aft) on corridor ceiling.
  • 2 red courtesy lights on starboard side.


Aft Technical Room Port (Wet Technical Room):

  • Access from big cockpit hatch (80 x 50cm). One step down from cockpit level.
  • Overhead light with switch.
  • 230 V (or 120V)plug.
  • Storage in three (3) plastic boxes, behind longitudinal vertical barrier.
  • Access to engine room thru removable hatch.


Aft Technical Room Starboard (Dry Technical Room):

  • Access from big cockpit hatch (80 x 50cm). One step down from cockpit level.
  • Overhead light with switch.
  • 230 V (or 120V) plug.
  • Storage in three (3) plastic boxes, behind longitudinal vertical barrier.
  • Access to engine room thru removable hatch.
  • Ventilation to transom starboard side.


Navigation Area to Port Forward:

  • Raised navigator’s, oversized, seat and table with unobstructed 360 degrees view, over bow and to stern.
  • Opening port lights inside windows above galley and settee.
  • Chart table with the opening / storage for the navigation accessories.
  • Chart reading light, red/white, is on the ceiling above chart area.
  • Opening hatch on coach roof in front of chart area.
  • Dashboard in front of chart table with space for autopilot display, 16-inch chart plotter and one (1) multipurpose display, one (1) autopilot, VHF marine radio and Wireless Handsets on the side.
  • 230 V (or 120V) plug on side.
  • A stowage space for books is provided to the side of the navigator’s seat.
  • Under the navigation table and at its side forms a large technical zone with aeration slots etc. It is easily accessible and lies high and dry above bilges. Even at a high heel angles the bilge water has no access to this space or to the wiring of the navigation panel.



  • 360 degrees view from salon windows.
  • 2 opening hatches on coach roof front.
  • Floorboards covered in teak.
  • 2 courtesy lights along the floor line in salon.
  • 1 courtesy light in galley step.
  • Three ceiling metal grab rails, leather covered.
  • 2 stereo speakers fusion
  • Access to bilges and batteries under salon floor.
  • Ventilated dry storage under saloon floor in 4 plastic organizing boxes


Galley to Port Aft:

  • U shaped galley one step down from salon level.
  • Work top is made in satin stainless steel in functionality, with a raised edge to retain spilled liquids.
  • Opening port lights in side window above cocker.
  • Locker with drawers for cutlery and kitchen equipment next to stove.
  • Longitudinal locker to centre line used for galley equipment, plates and glasses with doors from salon side.
  • Bar towards midline aft, close to companionway, serves as worktop.
  • Vertical grab rail integrated in midline bar.
  • Numerous lockers are placed longitudinally to port, behind work top, with shelf, and sliding front doors.
  • 230 V (or 120V) plug above worktop for kitchen appliances.
  • Floorboards covered in teak.
  • Caframo Sirocco II fan above sink.


Settee to Starboard:

  • A full-length carbon / epoxy vinyl ester moulded settee/couch/lounger, for 6 persons.
  • Large table of a very strong construction, fitted on central metal column, fixed with folding leaf’s for easy access to couch from either side.
  • Table on two (2), two stages telescopic electric table pedestal to create big lounging bed.
  • Settee with table gimbals 10 degrees to port and starboard, with electrical actuator with manual controls.
  • Locker to midline aft with bottle storage.
  • Two closed lockers and central bar for storing bottles behind backrest.
  • Shelves and bird-nest lockers behind backrests.
  • 10 cm double density foam mattresses and backrests, removable fabric.
  • Foldable mattresses to easy access the openings and storage in under the settee.
  • An opening hatch on coach roof front.
  • Reading lights at both ends of the couch and centrally above table on the ceiling.
  • In front of settee a dashboard with large electrical distribution panel and other equipment control panels. Panel is hinged for access to electrical elements behind and mounting of additional instrumentation etc.
  • 230 V (or 120V) plug on dashboard.
  • 24V car socket for universal connection converter.
  • FUSION MS-SRX400 RDS stereo system, Wi-fi, Bluetooth.
  • Caframo Sirocco II fan at aft end.



  • 2 very comfortable steps connect the cockpit and the salon into one big and pleasant living area.
  • Steps in composite are transversally bent and features elevated sides to provide better foot grip during sailing. Steps are covered with artificial decking layer.
  • Storage under stairs in drawer and open storage box.
  • 2 red courtesy lights below both steps.
  • Cabinet on the STBD side of the stairs with front opening for storage or wine storage.
Deck Equipment


  • Deck stepped, carbon fibre mast tube, 9/10 configuration.
  • Mast crane in composite, 650mm long, one (1) main halyard sheave and one (1) topping lift.
  • Spinnaker and Code 0 halyard sheaves (2).
  • Pad eye or pin for 2:1 purchase Code 0 halyard fixing.
  • Windex and windex light.
  • VHF antenna with coaxial cable.
  • Forestay attachment and Jib 1 halyard sheave.
  • Staysail stay pin attachment and halyard sheave with 2:1 purchase fixing provision.
  • Spreaders in aluminium, 2 sets, painted black, swept back at 20 degrees.
  • Radar bracket facing forward.
  • All provisions for lazy jack installation.
  • Self-tacking J2 sheet sheave box and sheet exit on port side.
  • Standing rigging, discontinuous rod with turnbuckles.
  • Split backstay in Dyneema.
  • Hydraulic Backstay tensioner with central manual pump.
  • Central hydraulic pump for vang and backstay located on starboard cockpit coaming.
  • Boom and vang gooseneck.
  • 3 stoppers with a composite base above mast winch, on starboard, between 1.6 and 1.8m above deck (J1 halyard, Staysail halyard, Spinnaker halyard).
  • Mast base in aluminium, with integrated pins for articulating halyard blocks.
  • I: 19.75m.
  • J: 6.14m.
  • P: 19.35m.
  • E: 5.52m.
  • I: top 20.85m.
  • Pad eye for Code 0 and asymmetrical spinnaker tack Facnor endless furler on bowsprit.
  • Pad eye for Code 0 on bobtail attachment (mid position).
  • Rope operated low profile jib furler, Facnor 280 FD, grey anodized aluminium furler profiles.
  • Stanchion base lead eyes on starboard side for J1 furling line.
  • Stay sail deck chain plate, Wichard folding pad eye, connected to anchor locker bulkhead.
  • Pad eye for the lifelines c- flat belt …
  • Facnor endless operated self-tacking J2 jib furler.
  • Stanchion base lead on port side for fixed J2 furler furling line.
  • Jib 2 self-tacking track, transversal, with manual pin stops for jib car. Stand up block on jib car for 2:1 jib sheet purchase. Single block or low friction ring on jib clew point.
  • Jib 1 longitudinal, tracks, with pin stop jib car. Jib track aft block and deck foot block to led sheet to cockpit under side decks.
  • Jib 1 outer sheeting point stand up blocks, 80mm. Extra Jib sheet led to cockpit above decks.
  • Mast step in aluminium (part of mast specification), with halyards and boom lines mast step blocks.
  • Halyards and boom lines run to cockpit under side decks, four each side.
  • V1 and D1 chain plates in stainless steel plate, 15mm thickness, bolted to hull side recess.
  • A mainsheet arch in Carbon/Epoxy vinyl ester composite.
  • 2 Mainsheet standing blocks diameter 80 mm.
  • 5 rope stoppers each side of console for lines coming aft from mast and genoa tracks.
  • J1 furling line stopper on starboard toe rail.
  • J2 furling line stopper on port toe rail (fixed furler only).
  • 2 Spinnaker sheet standing and snatch blocks, 90mm.
  • Back stay integrated composite chainplates.



  • Boom in aluminium for loose foot mainsail with boom rack to widen lazy bag and improve sail storage, painted black.
  • Boom profile with grove on top for accepting lazy bag.
  • Boom with sheaves and provisions for single line reefing (1st and 2nd reef).
  • Main sheet fixing pad eyes, 2 main sheet 80mm blocks, at boom sheeting point.
  • Reinforced lazy bag and lazy jacks. Silver colour. Lazy jacks fixed to cleats at mast.
  • Vang attachment.
  • Topping lift attachment.
  • Hydraulic vang, to support boom and stored sail weight, operated manually from central hydraulic panel.


Running Rigging:

  • Running rigging halyards at mast base – Standard boom
  1. Starboard side: Lazy bag lines (on cleat), 50mm block at mast.
  2. Port side: Jib 2 (staysail) halyard, snap shackle; Code 0 halyard (2:1 purchase), U shackle; Spinnaker halyard, splice and snap shackle; Lazy bag lines (on cleat), 50mm block at mast.
  • Halyards lead back to cockpit – Standard boom
  1. Starboard side (from CL to out); Reef 3- boom end only; Reef 2- single line reef; Vang control, splice and U shackle; Main sail halyard, splice and U shackle; Jib sheet, splice and rope lashing.
  2. Port side (from CL to out); Jib sheet, splice and soft rope loop shackle; Self-tacking J2 sheet; Main sheet, splice and U shackle; Reef 1- single line reef, splice and rope lashing; Jib 1 halyard, splice and U shackle.
  • 1x Jib 1 furling line 10mm (led to starboard aft winch).
  • 1x Jib 2 furling line 10mm (led to port aft winch).
  • 2x 12mm gennaker /code 0 sheet with splice and snap shackle.



  • 4 self-tailing, 2 speed, electric winches Harken EST 60, aluminium black anodized, for mast lines and sheets. 4 winch switches, for each electric winch.
  • 2 winch handles for primary winches.
  • Winch base, at ergonomic height, on starboard side, for halyards (Jib1, Spi, Staysail), winch Harken ST 46.



  • Main full batten, triradial, Hydranet, Antal mast head, batten and intermediate ball bearing sliders.
  • G1, triradial, Hydranet.
  • G2, triradial, Hydranet.
  • Asymmetrical spinnaker with reinforcement and torsion cable for furling.
  • Lazy bag with lazy jack.
  • Furling sails storage bag attached to pulpit and stanchions on foredeck.
  • Mainsail standard full batten: 68.39 m2.
  • J1 104%: 60.37 m2.
  • LP 104%: 5.76 m.
  • J2 furling / self-tacking: 32.09 m2.
  • Furling code “0” (on bow) (optional): 100 m2.
  • Spinnaker (asymmetrical on bow): 188 m2.



  • Anchor locker hatch in composite with hinges, gas cylinder and lock.
  • Bow pulpit in stainless steel tube, 30×2 mm, 610 mm high.
  • 2 x pushpits in stainless steel tube, 30×2 mm, 610 mm high, extending well forward on walking deck, serves for easy access from cockpit to side decks area. Flagpole socket, 35mm, on starboard pushpit.
  • 2 x railing gates, 30×1.5mm, 1 set per side, aft of mid ships.
  • Coach roof grab rails in stainless steel, two per side.
  • Fixed windshield in stainless steel frame, powder coated in black and gray, with tempered glass fixed side parts and tempered glass sliding central parts with manual locks.
  • Composite roof extending from windshield over cockpit with central opening.
  • Two flush opening hatches Lewmar flush 3g Sz41 to provide fresh air in cockpit behind windscreen.
  • Integrated stainless-steel handles on roof sides.
  • 2 x loudspeakers in arch top panel.
  • Cockpit table in cockpit, seating up to 8 people. In the front part is a 51l refrigerator, for drinks and food (12 wine bottles), opening from forward as drawer. Aft part of table is storage for 6-person life raft.
  • 2 x lateral cockpit storage lockers, integrated in deck coamings, aft of steering position for rope tails and mooring lines.
  • Port and Starboard storage lockers with hinged covers serve as steering seat with cushion and comfortable step to side decks.
  • Folding and telescopic, four step, swimming ladder, with handles, fixed to platform, provides safe and easy access to sea.


Anchoring & Mooring Equipment:

  • Port side hull integrated stainless steel anchor arm with 80 mm roller for a 27 kg anchor.
  • Stainless steel, 27 kg anchor, Ultra.
  • 100 meters, 8mm stainless steel chain, DIN766 / ISO, with Twist swivel connector.
  • Chain end connected to U-bolt with rope or U-shackle.
  • 4 pcs 15m mooring line.
  • 6 x fenders 76 x 23cm, with covers.
  • 2 x ball fenders, 62 x 45 cm, with covers.
  • Spare anchor, 15kg, Spade or equivalent.
  • Spare anchor is fixed in the anchor locker in dedicated custom-made bracket.
  • 10m- 8mm chain and 40m, 3-brided- 18mm rope, stored in plastic box beside anchor.
  • 24V electric vertical anchor windlass in deck recess, 8 mm chain gypsy and drum for operations with mooring line.
  • Windlass handheld wire control connected directly to windlass control box in forward cabin.
  • Windlass remote control panel at starboard steering console with chain counter display.
  • Chain stopper for 8mm chain.
  • Mooring cleats in stainless steel, folding, 300 mm, 2 in front, 2 mid ships and 2 aft.


Covers, Canvas & Cushions:

  • Cockpit side closure white plastic profiles at cockpit roof edges and mainsheet arch.
  • 2 x longitudinal seats in cockpit, 200 x 60 cm, protected from spray, sun and wind, with comfortable / high backrest and cushions.


Tender & Outboard:

  • Airmar 270 or similar with inflatable bottom.
  • 5m, 12mm, dinghy towing line.
  • 2 x oars.
  • Torqeedo Travel 1003 SC (short shaft), equivalent to 2HP, with removable, 915 Wh Li- Ion battery and charger.
  • 24V inflatable pump installed in starboard technical room with soft hose extension to folding platform (3m).


Safety Equipment:

  • Lifelines and stanchions, 30x2mm, double level, 610 mm high, with 8 and 6 mm spectra railing rope.
  • Safety ladder accessible from sea level for re-boarding, while transom door is closed.
  • Handle fixed to transom port side for emergency recovery.
  • LALIZAS ISO RACING Liferaft 6V <24h – Canister – placed in cockpit table.
  • Upgrade grab bag ISO – >24hr 6 person.
  • Emergency steering tiller in stainless steel, stored in technical room.
  • Emergency boarding ladder on aft pullpit, accessible from water level.
  • Set of flares (according to Category A specification).
  • EPIRB.
  • Horseshoe White.
  • Lifelink Rescue Sling White.
  • 6 LALIZAS Inflatable Lifejacket Lamda Auto 150N, SOLAS/MED.
  • 6 Safety Line Life-Link, triple, ISO 12401, L 200cm with self-closing hook.
  • Set of replacement cartridges Deckvest Lite.
  • 2 jacklines, port and starboard, 30 mm wide flat chord, flat on sidewalk deck, bow to stern cleat.
  • Radar reflector sailboat, Tube type.
  • Fog Horn, Ø8mm, L.300mm, Red.


Fire-Fighting Equipment:

  • 4 x fire extinguishers (2 kg) are mounted:
  1. 1 in corridor locker.
  2. 1 in the galley, under sink.
  3. 1 in port technical room.
  4. 1 in stbd technical room.
  • Fire port is installed in cockpit floor above engine room (aft end cockpit table).
  • Fire blanket for gas burner on inside door, under sink.
  • Various manuals of installed equipment.
  • Owner’s manual.
  • Antifouling and epoxy primer for hull, full water protection.
  • Loading at shipyard.
  • Transport to delivery port (Izola, Slovenia).
  • Mast setup in delivery port.
  • Sails installation.
  • Running ropes installation.
  • Railing wires and safety lines installation.
  • Lube oil & Fuel oil (commissioning & testing) 26 gallons.
  • Marina berth cost for Sea trials & commissioning (1 month).


Commissioning Package:

  • 63 gallons diesel fuel (1/2 capacity).
  • 81 gallons water (1/1 capacity).
  • 3 days Sea trials with client.
  • Final Cleaning.
  • Sailing photos.
  • Sailing video.

Hull length 49’2″
Beam max. 15’10”
Draft standard 7’7″
Operational Displacement 27,717 lbs.
Ballast ratio (to dry weight) 39,69%
Main sail – full batten, triradial, Hydranet + Antal ball bearing sliders 736 square feet
J1 – 104% – Triradial, Hydranet 650 square feet
J2 – Self-tacking jib, Hydranet + endless furl 345 square feet
Asymmetrical spinnaker + endless furler 2,023 square feet
Water capacity 195 gallons
Diesel capacity 127 gallons
Category CE A – Ocean going vessel

VPP Prediction – Polar diagrams for true and apparent wind

Stability Curve


As of 12/21/2023 Anchor Yachts has been authorized as an independent representative for Pegasus Yachts USA by Nicolas Jonville, Pegasus Yachts USA.