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Columbus Yachts has introduced a new displacement motor yacht concept, the Columbus Classic 50.

04 September 2020


The Columbus Classic 50 is a new displacement motor yacht, measuring 50 metres with a steel hull and aluminium superstructure.

The hull, characterised by flared and slender bow shapes, is designed to obtain very low levels of drag, together with excellent qualities of manoeuvrability and seaworthiness.

“Her timeless exterior lines remind those of the bigger sisters of the Columbus Classic range, including the renowned 80-metre Dragon delivered in 2019,” commented Sergio Cutolo, founder of Hydro Tec, who has pencilled the exterior style.

The exteriors are characterised by large superstructure windows.

Her large outdoor spaces are spread over three levels and allow different configurations that include lounge, bar with dining area, swimming pool and large sunbathing areas.


The interiors are characterised by the arrangement that allows to have four guest cabins, a VIP cabin and an owner’s cabin, the latter arranged on the deck.

The two lounges, one on the main deck and the other on the upper deck, offer multiple combinations for the arrangement of guests’ common living areas.

The main tender is housed in a garage below deck while, at the far stern, a large beach club has been created with a cantilevered hydraulic platform.

The Columbus 50 Classic cruising speed will be around 14 knots with a range exceeding 4,000 nautical miles.

The Columbus Classic Line also comprises of the 80M, 100M and a 120M motor yachts.



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