Solaria Too is perhaps the ultimate Esterel. The influence of Jon Bannenberg's styling
together with the famous F Mauric naval architecture results in a truly timeless classic yacht.
Ideally suited to Mediterranean cruising with large outside deck spaces, Solaria Too
exemplifies the legendary Esterel sea-keeping qualities and efficiency that few yachts can
DETAILS & DIMENSIONS
Speed / Weight
Hull & Deck
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Guest SR/S: 5/0
- Crew R/B/S: 0/4/0
85' 4" (26.00m)
19' 1" (5.80m)
5' 3" (1.60m)
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CREW QUARTERS - Right forward is a wc and wash basin. Heading aft to port are 2 bunks and to starboard the crew table which seats 3-4 people. There is SAT TV, DVD and refrigerator.
There is ample storage space, overall a very good crew area for a vessel of this size. Further aft to starboard is the large crew shower with wash basin.
CAPTAIN'S CABIN - Aft of the crew shower and to starboard is the double bedded capt's cabin with ensuite wc and wash basin.
FORWARD GUEST CABIN - Directly across from the captain's cabin is a double bedded cabin with ensuite wc, shower and wash basin.
WHEEL HOUSE - Up a few steps and continuing aft is the wheelhouse with steering position to starboard and chart table to port. Doors open on to the deck to port and starboard. A raised 3 person bench seat runs along the aft bulkhead.
GALLEY - Aft of the wheelhouse and to port is the very functional galley. Light and airy finished in sycamore and stainless steel. To starboard directly across from the galley is the laundry room.
SALOON - Aft of the laundry and galley, is the large, light, open saloon. Double doors aft lead out to the covered aft deck with seating areas to port, starboard and right aft. Mobile teak tables allow for many dining options, both inside and out. The main guest accomodation is accessed from a stairway to port, down to the central hallway.
GUEST ACCOMODATION - From the central hallway there are two double bedded cabins and two single bedded cabins, each with ensuite wc, shower and wash basin. Both of the double cabins have an adjoining door, connecting to the single cabin opposite to starboard.
BOAT DECK - Access is from the aft deck stairway to starboard. The tender is carried aft amidships, with the crane to port. There is space for optional toys, jetskis, etc. Forward midships is the mast, bench seat and upper piloting position. There are large, open, teak decked spaces for lounging and sun bathing.
FORE DECK - Forward at the wheelhouse there is a large, raised sun bathing area, with two 3 person bench seats.
ENGINE ROOM - Access to the large and very spacious engine room is through a hatch on the aft deck.
Audio And Visual Equipment
- Sony stereo CMT - CP33MD with speakers in the saloon, on the aft deck and boatdeck (2000)
- Sharp Aquos flat screen TV in crew's mess (2001)
- Trac Vision G6, SAT TV system (2000) with SKY boxes in saloon and crew's mess (2008)
- 2x Flatron LG flat screen TV in double guest cabins (2001)
- Schneider DVD players in saloon and crew's mess (2009)
- Automatic bilge pumps throughout the ship. 24 VDC.
- Engine room fire system NOVEC (2006). Last serviced 04/09.
- High bilge level alarms in all bilge compartments.
- All portable fire extinguishers. Last serviced 04/09
- Whale gusher 30, manual bilge pump 100 l/min
- Buell Air Horns with air compressor (2006)
- Fire and bilge pump Levoy-Sommer, 220VA, 1.1kw
- 2 x 8 man Arimar last service 03/15
- Nautica Venture 15' RIB, with 90 HP Yamaha 2-stroke (2008)
- Towable inflatable rings and banana
(2002) Electric 25kw bow thruster installed.
(2006) Boat deck extension. Nautical structures crane. 24 Volt DC electrical panels in engine room (replaced). All domestic fresh water piping replaced. Gearboxes and V drives replaced with Twin-Disc units.
(2007) All new galley, with all new equipment. New wiring and sub-panel.
(2008) Nautica 15 foot tender with 90 HP Yamaha. H.E.M. watermaker overhauled.
(2009) Exterior repaint. New fabrics in forward guest and captain's cabin.
(2014) Exterior repaint, Hull under water area taken back to bare wood, all through hulls removed, repairs made as required, Through hulls reinstalled, epoxy primer coated and 8 year Epoxy based Copper Coat Antifouling applied.