Scideria 65, captivating and comfortable, designed to sail with the highest functionality.
Scuderia 65is thefull carbon racer-cruiser designed by Harry Miesbauer – studio /H/arry Miesbauer Yacht Design – for an experienced and passionate owner in the well-known Adria Sail shipyard.
The studio /H/arry Miesbauer Yacht Design (hmyd) was founded in 2007 and is based in Como (Italy) and Vienna (Austria).
It is a yacht design studio in the “classical” sense, able to provide the full package of yacht design, from the naval architecture, naval & structural engineering up to the exterior and interior styling. Furthermore, it also offers extensive project management experience. Harry Miesbauer said:
“The idea of Scuderia 65 started on a night watch during a Middle Sea Race, one of the most famous regattas in the world.
The shipowner was on his previous 62-footer, philosophizing with the boat captain about the needs and requirements of the ideal boat. After a few minutes, they pinned out the key points and the idea of a new boat started to materialize…”
First of all, the new boat had to be good-looking and charming, able to stand out, both while entering the port and during sailing. At the same time, it had to be fast and amusing, light and easy to handle, also with a small crew in offshore races.
Interiors had to be simple, functional, and elegant, skilfully designed to be light but also able to ensure excellent comfort for normal cruising with the family
The interior layout was designed to best integrate the bulky structural elements of the keel. During the cruise, the boat can accommodate six guests (plus the captain) in four cabins: the captain’s cabin, the master cabin forward that is a double with a dedicated en-suite, and two cabins aft with their own shower rooms.
Additional hanging cots are provided for larger crews during offshore regattas. The boat is equipped with two sets of sails, one for racing and one for cruising.
Dede De Luca and his team carried out the design and the production at the OneSails headquarters in Verona, Italy. No wonder, then, that the boat scooped a sought-after A’ Design Award for its aesthetic and sailing qualities.
“Winning the yacht and marine vessel category means a lot to me, and it is satisfying to close the book on a long story,” said Miesbauer. “Also, because it is awarded by a jury that consists of product and automotive designers, architects, and design journalists.”