The Solaris 55 stands as the culmination of Solaris Yachts‘ 50-year legacy. Once again, Solaris has collaborated with naval architect Javier Soto Acebal for the design, complemented by Adi Design‘s contribution to the interior aesthetics. Solaris’s dedicated team has meticulously overseen the structural, systemic, and technical aspects of the boat.
Every aspect of the Solaris 55 has been meticulously analyzed and strategically placed to optimize its performance. With an overall length of 16.90 meters and a beam of 5.00 meters, the Solaris 55 integrates top-tier components from leading brands to ensure reliability and functionality.
The hydrodynamic design of the hull features a modern profile, promoting longitudinal trim for enhanced performance. The deck layout combines cleanliness with functionality, featuring an expansive cockpit with full-width steering wheels for improved visibility and maneuverability. Noteworthy features include two cockpit tables with innovative windows to maximize natural light within the cabins and saloon, as well as an opening transom for convenient dinghy storage and molded steps for easy access to the bathing platform.
The model’s structure underscores Solaris’s commitment to safety and comfort, with a configuration that integrates three composite main bulkheads bonded to the hull and deck, complemented by a lead bulb and cast iron keel.
Solaris 55, the interiors
Below deck, the Solaris 55 offers a spacious and symmetrical layout, with a forward owner’s suite available in two configurations, each with an ensuite bathroom featuring a large shower. The saloon provides a luminous and balanced space, customizable with either a sofa or two large armchairs. The L-shaped galley, located portside, offers flexibility for personalization and is equipped with modern amenities.
The two aft cabins each feature a private bathroom with a separate shower, while the sail locker can be converted into a crew cabin with an integrated bathroom.
Solaris 55 specs
Length overall: 16.90 m
Waterline length: 15.89 m
Maximum beam: 5.00 m
Draft: 3.00 m (standard) / 2.30-2.70 m (optional)
Engine Yanmar: 80 HP (standard) / 110 HP (optional)
Sail area: 182 sqm
Displacement: 23 tons
Ballast: 6.5 tons
Freshwater tanks: 550 liters
Fuel tank: 480 liters
Designed: Javier Soto Acebal
Interior design: ADIdesign Studio