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2023 Power Buyer's Guide - 50 to 60 feet

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Inviting you to go further

The objective for builder Privilège and architect Marc Lombard was to design a power version of the very successful Série 5. The bet paid off, as the elegant Euphorie 51 has irreproachable seakeeping qualities and a luxury level of comfort. With the exception of a few details, notably in the cockpit, this powercat is now taking over the deck plan of the Privilège Signature 510. The layout is unchanged: the gigantic owner’s cabin still occupies the full width of the central rostrum. As usual in the Privilège world, customization is possible and high-end quality is present in every detail. A real invitation to head off further afield!

Builder: Privilège Marine
Length: 50’ (15.24 m)
Beam: 26’2” (7.98 m)
Light displacement: 44,100 lbs (20 t)
Draft: 3’7” (1.10 m)
Cabins: 3 / 4
Range: 883 nm
Cruising speed: 9 knots
Max speed: 20 knots 
Diesel: 288 US gal (1,090 l)
Engines: 2 x 220/320 HP
Price: € 2,300,000 ex-tax


A new motor trimaran

The LEEN Trimarans range already counts two models, the 56 and the 72, and now the La Rochelle-based shipyard has announced a third, more compact model, the LEEN 50. This new tri will be picking up the same program as her bigger sisterships, i.e. blue water cruising with irreproachable marine qualities, great comfort at sea thanks to the three hulls, and large range. Powercats of this size, capable of covering 1,750 miles at 10 knots, are not a common sight, and this is precisely the interest of this trimaran - easing back the throttle of the two engines a little more will mean ocean passage-making capability becomes a reality. So we are dealing with an ocean-going trawler. On deck, the LEEN 50 has the same covered side-decks as her big sisters, and inside, the emphasis will be on a very neat and refined finish - top of the range upholstery, quality joinery based on solid wood, Bolon and Corian.

Builder: LEEN Trimarans 
Architect: Bernard Nivelt
Design: Pierre Frutschi
Length: 50’ (15.24 m)
Beam: 27’11” (8.50 m)
Draft: 3’9” (1.15 m)
Light displacement: 44,100 lbs (20 t)
Engines: 2 x 110/150 HP
Max speed: 14 knots
Hybrid engines: under development
Fuel: 819 US gal (3,100 l)
Water: 119 US gal (450 l)
Price: € 1,150,000 ex-tax


2,500 nm without needing to refuel

The Iliad range is built in China and distributed in Australia. This 50-foot boat, designed for ocean crossing, is complemented by two other models that are even bigger. The Iliad’s program is much more adventurous than that of most of its competitors: the possibility of covering 2,500 miles without refueling and being able to take the ground, on a beach or slipway proves it from the outset... However, comfort has not been neglected, quite the contrary: the Iliad 50 offers three levels of living space and a particularly neat finish.

Builder: Xinlong ...

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