The partnership between Jetten yachting and Vripack Naval Architects has yielded a unique and innovative design dubbed the ‘50 MPC-Fly’, combining Dutch yacht-building quality and a modern interplay of lines. When the 50 MPC was originally designed, it was immediately evident that it would also be followed by a 50 MPC-Fly.
Stability and seaworthiness This was not due solely to aesthetic reasons, but also because it meant that additional attention could be devoted to the stability and therefore seaworthiness which was one of the design requirements for the 50 MPC. The Fly bridge is fully integrated in the structure, and is therefore seamlessly merged with the 50 MPC. As a result, both the 50 MPC and 50 MPC-Fly feature stunning lines.
Steering in company The 50 MPC-Fly has a central steering console surrounded by a sumptuous lounge seat, enabling the skipper to steer in the close company of guests. This is in stark contrast to traditional vessels, where steering on the Flybridge is generally a rather isolated affair. It is therefore truly an innovation.
Mid-cabin concept The 50 MPC series was developed according to the mid-cabin concept. This implies that the master bedroom is situated in the central section of the yacht, with a view to providing the greatest possible convenience and space. The panorama glazing in the saloon offers a splendid all-round view. And this pleasant feature extends into the master and guest cabins, both of which are fitted with conveniently situated hull windows. The sumptuous floor area of the master cabin offers space for a queen sized bed, a dressing table, a walk-in closet and a luxury en-suite bathroom. The fore section also comprises a VIP room with a queen sized bed, a guest cabin, and a separate second bathroom for guests.
Easy convert cabin system An exceptional feature of the 50 MPC is its easy convert cabin system, which enables one to adapt the space to any particular requirements. One can therefore create an office with a sea view or a luxurious cabin with bunk beds with a minimum of effort. The 50 MPC-Fly is available with either a full or semi-displacement hull, fitted as standard with economical twin 170 horsepower, 6-cylinder Deutz diesel engines. With twin 370 hp engines, the vessel can achieve a top speed of 14 knots.
Technical Specifications: Length over all: 14,95m Beam: 4,80 m Draft:1,35 m Displacement: 28.000 kg Engine: max. 800 PS