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Wave 50


It's impossible to miss this catamaran: there’s an arch that extends the coachroof all the way to the forestay fitting, bows whose slope is strongly reversed, and huge mirror windows! Agnieszka Bona, responsible for the design of this new boat built in Szczecin, in the northwest of Poland, makes no secret of the fact that the main idea of the Wave 50 project is to be noticed... the famous arch can also disappear if a client wishes. But in the end, this superstructure, however unusual it may be, is not unwelcome - it provides shade to the forward cockpit without obscuring the view of the water from the helm station, which is set very far aft on a cantilevered flybridge. After the surprise of the first visit, you discover a well-designed sail maneuvering station where you aren’t forced to get on your hands and knees to operate the winches. As for the interior, it too is certainly audacious but ultimately attractive. The Wave 50 is available in a power version and a Wave 60 is also offered.


Country Poland
overall length 49.05ft
Beam 27.36ft
Naval architect

Rigging and Sails

Mainsail 753.47ft2
Genoa 742.71ft2
Spinnaker 2,368.06ft2


Engines 2 x 60 HP Volvo Penta D-60
Fresh Water Tank 180 US gal (680 l)
Fuel Tank 220 US gal (840 l)

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