Hardy 50DS

A sea-going explorer yacht.

 

For spirited sailing in all weathers.

 

Designer: Andrew Wolstenholme

Using the same well-proven hull as the original Hardy 50, this striking Category A sea-going explorer yacht is a smaller version of the traditional Hardy 65DS. Combining the practicality and performance of a rugged, go anywhere cruiser with contemporary finishes, fittings and internal styling, this design also incorporates the very latest technology, not to mention all the comforts of a home from home.

 

The Hardy 50DS delivers a double-berthed en-suite owner’s stateroom; two twin-berthed guest cabins with shared heads/shower, and a vast deck saloon and cockpit area for reclining and dining in luxury. Its large protected cockpit area is perfect for outside dining and the huge lazarette beneath is designed for stowing all those toys. Alternatively, there is the option of a spacious flybridge for those who love the feeling of open-air boating or simply relaxing and enjoying the sea view. The large bathing platform is perfect for swimming and can store a 3.8m RIB too.

 

Click here to see the review of the Hardy 50DS by Nick Burnham from Aquaholic

Click here to see the video review of the Hardy 50DS by Jack Haines from Yacht Buyer

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Specifications
  • Length overall 15.8m
  • Length hull 14.8m
  • Beam 4.9m
  • Draft 1.4m
  • Height above waterline (mast up) 6m
  • Height above waterline (mast down) 3.8m
  • Dry weight 25.7t
  • Fuel capacity 3016L
  • Water capacity 735l
  • Engines Twin 725hp Volvo D11 shaft drive diesel
  • Berths Up to 6 in 3 cabins
  • RCD category A
Key Features
  • Walkaround safe side decks enclosed by stainless steel rails
  • Synthetic teak-laid decks
  • Hydraulic windlass, anchor and 60m chain
  • Full beam bathing platform with telescopic swim ladder
  • Wheelhouse helm position and optional flybridge
  • Spacious cockpit seating/dining
  • Owner’s stateroom forward with separate ensuite shower and heads compartments
  • Day heads for guests and two guest cabins, including shower cubicle
  • Spacious, light and airy saloon with dining for 6, leading to cockpit via bi-fold glass doors
  • Galley with electric oven, induction hob, refrigerator/freezer and Corian® (or similar) countertops
  • Hydraulic bow thruster
  • Trim tabs
  • 240V AC generator, charger/inverter and 32A shore power
  • 24V DC battery banks
  • Empirbus digital switching/monitoring system via Garmin/Volvo Penta displays
  • Heated wheelhouse screens with wipers and washers
  • Electric toilets and extractor fans in heads
  • SPACIOUS OPEN PLAN SINGLE LEVEL INDOOR/OUTDOOR LIVING AREA
  • OPTIONAL FLYBRIDGE FOR ADDITIONAL OUTDOOR SPACE
  • EXCELLENT SEAKEEPING ABLITY FOR LONG DISTANCE CRUISING
  • LUXURIOUS INTERIOR WITH ALL THE COMFORTS OF HOME

A striking explorer yacht joins the Hardy range.”

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