Vismara Nacira V69 – First Sailing Photos


Following our recent announcement of the launch of the innovative new Nacira 69 Fast Cruiser at the Vismara Marine shipyard in Viareggio, we are delighted to bring you the first sailing photos of this ground-breaking new performance blue water fast cruiser.

Built on a new generation hull inspired by the Imoca 60, and was born mainly for an extremely sporty and fast cruising but also for offshore races, Nacira is a very special boat whose advanced technologies at the service of the owner and all the guests on board are typical of the full Vismara style.

With her twin rudders positioned at the very aft end of her broad transom (her stern is the widest point in the hull), she guarantees easy manoeuvrability despite very high navigation speeds. All rig-handling duties are led to a small bank of winches positioned aft in front of the wheelhouse and in the central cockpit. As with her advanced structures, her mast and the boom are in carbon, with the mast deck-stepped to allow maximum use of the interior spaces and positioned further towards the stern, very close to the longitudinal centre of the boat. Her sail plan consists of four furling sails at the bow and a powerful square-top mainsail. The real innovation is below her hull with the fitment of a retractable-tilting keel that allows a draft of 2.50m for easy access to almost any port or anchorage, and 4.25m for open ocean sailing.

For further information about Vismara Yachts, please contact us at

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