The new C.Boat 27 SC S Version has just been launched and combines tradition and innovation.
The port of Sistiana, by Trieste in Italy, was the stage for the launch of C.Boat 27 SC S Version, built in the close shipyard of San Giorgio di Nogaro. This new model from C.Boat is a mix between innovation and tradition, and stands out in the 24-meter segment for some peculiar solutions. As customary for the Yard, this model has some features found in displacing ships, with finish and details seen on luxury yachts.
The pros of C.Boat 27 SC S Version
Hull and superstructure are entirely made in steel, as the shipyard wants any of their boats to be as good as new even in 30 years. Among the main features, C.Boat 27 SC S Version boasts an electric system capable of working anywhere in the world, and is fully accessible even by people with reduced mobility, as by request from the owner.
C.Boat 27 SC S Version enters with authority in the displacing trawlers’ segment: developed upon well established and classical principles, they give priority to long distance cruising, thanks to reduced costs and high seaworthiness and inner space.
Mauro Corvisieri, the entrepreneur behind C.Boat, wanted to enhance these traits and enrich them with advanced onboard systems based on vessels’ standards: it’s the case of C.Boat Management System, developed with Holonix from Politecnico Engineering University of Milan.
The numbers of C.Boat 27 SC S Version
Length overall 28.10 m (92ft 2in)
Length hull LH 23.90 m (78ft 5in)
Beam 7.50 m (24ft 7in)
Displacement 160 t
Engines Caterpillar C18 2×875 HP
Fresh water reserve 5000 l (1320 US gal)
Fuel consumption 90 lph at 10 knots
Top speed 12.5 knots