The Clan 2, a 62.5 ft (19 m) cutter, represents the ultimate synthesis of the tradition and beauty, characteristic of the Sciarrelli’s designed yachts, merged with the most advanced technology.
Sciarrelli has always loved to define his creations as “boats to travel”, to represent the concepts of comfort-safety-seafaring applied to his preferred classic design that has been defined with admiration by the famous French designer Mauric (Pen Duick IV of Tabarly) as “Boats designed with the heart”.
The Clan 2 is the fusion of tradition and technology: the flush deck characterised by an elegant deckhouse, enriched by the steel nose, the sheaves and the bollards, that seem to have been forge by a jeweller, is superbly tied to the 27 meters’ carbon mast and the furling boom, that have been built with the most advanced technique in one piece.
Nevertheless the stern, the skeg and the full-bodied gunwale are some examples of the unique masterpieces scattered under the deck, while the teack’s bulkhead and furniture are the most exclusive and refined you can find on a yacht.
The sail plan reflect the mix of innovation and tradition too: all the sails are made of 3D by North Sails however the main sail has a large area with little stretch-out, while on the fore front- instead of
a modern genoa- there is a combination of yankee and staysail, a solution loved by Sciarrelli.
The final result is a jewel for sailing, that would have made Sciarrelli proud, and that, as well as all his other yachts, “makes the water cheer on his passage”. When entering a port it always capture
the attention for its traditional and elegant design that embodies classical marine characteristics ensuring a constantly safe sailing.
Indeed when it slides on the water with a slight breeze or when it faces a strong storm it spreads vibrant sensation, the Clan 2 was designed and built to give continuous emotions.
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