Rebel rouser

Sacs Tecnorib presented the Rebel 50 G and the Rebel 47 at this year’s Monaco Yacht Show.

01 October 2023


At the 2023 Monaco Yacht Show, Sacs Tecnorib exhibited the Rebel 50 G, which asserts and emphasises the strengths of the Rebel collection: a line created to strike a new balance between sportiness and performance on the one hand, and class and elegance on the other.

Alongside the Rebel 50 G, Sacs Tecnorib presented the Rebel 47, which offers a safe and exciting cruise, and the Strider 11, which combines its luxury day-cruiser soul with stability, comfort and a top speed of 47 knots.

Designed by Christian Grande to subvert the rules of boating, the lineup combines the sportiness of maxiribs with the elegance of yachts, giving rise to models with unprecedented and muscular yet refined lines.

The Rebel 50 G, a new model in the range designed to chart a new course for life on board as the perfect balance between adventure, promising to reach unexplored bays quickly, and refined design, reminiscent of superyachts in its details and materials.


The Rebel 50 G is the result of the collaboration between the shipyard and designer Christian Grande, carrying the brand’s signature stylistics over to an unconventional project, positioned between the classic rib market and the open boat market, a transition emphasised by the tapered foam profiles and the side glazing.

A fundamental feature of the Rebel 50 G follows from the side windows, which lie flush with the hard-top to create a hybrid deck space between the cockpit and lounge. Rear glazing is also available to completely separate the interior and exterior, leaning into the 50 G’s open boat identity while integrating the main advantages of a cruiser, such as comfort on the water and protection from adverse weather conditions.

The exterior spaces are proposed with four different layouts that are all walkaround with large, convivial spaces. The choice is offered between one or two cabins below deck, complete with ample storage space, voluminous corridors and excellent privacy.

Powered by two Volvo Penta IPS 950 pods of 725 hp each, the Rebel 50 G can reach a top speed of 36 knots, with a cruising speed of 28 knots.

Sacs Tecnorib also displayed the Rebel 47, redesigned by Christian Grande for its premiere at the 2023 Düsseldorf Boat Show.

This luxury cruiser, characterised by modern design, features compact foam-filled tubes for a more sinuous and elegant aesthetic.

The main deck features a large dining area, complete with bar cabinet, sink, drawers, refrigerator, and a dining table with teak extensions, in addition to a relaxation area with sofas and sunpads, while two double cabins, each with a super queen-size bed, sofa and bookshelves are found below deck.

The innovations on board include a carbon hard-top, a larger and more rounded front window that increases visibility from the helm station, a reduced beam to fit within the 4-metre width that is an advantage when docking in port and, finally, a new selection of metallic paint finishes.

Also on display was the Strider 11, the latest iteration of an icon in the Strider series, available in two versions: Sun Deck and Open Back.

The engines can be chosen according to the owner’s needs. The maximum speed is 47 knots, and it can accommodate 14 passengers. The aft area in the Sun Deck version offers a full-beam sunpad, while the Open Back version features a six-person sofa.

The telescopic central element can be lowered and the entire area can become a sunpad as well.  There are two berths, plus an additional two available with the Sun Deck version, with bright and enveloping interiors in oak.



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