This is what sets the DG52′ apart from many other sailing yachts. Here, the watchroom is open to the saloon and communicates with the rest of the interior. Three seats are integrated into the watchroom, allowing you to eat, keep watching or simply rest with the controls at your fingertips and an exceptional view of the outside. Down below, there is a saloon on a platform (allowing a view of the sea once seated), and an area dedicated to the installation of a ….piano: a wish of the shipowner who wanted to practice his two passions, “sailing and music”, at the same place/at the same time…
The layout and interior design were refined by Pierre Frutschi, a renowned designer in the yachting industry.
The wheelhouse is integrated under an aluminium arch to position the mainsail track. At the stern, the yacht has a large cockpit. The cockpit is almost on the same level as the wheelhouse, which ensures that the person in charge of the watch is able to react quickly to boat manoeuvres.
Access to the rear skirt is via the helmsman’s seat. When sailing, safety is still the main concern with a closed cockpit, beautiful handrails and robust and reliable equipment.
See the pictures of the DG 52′ turn over.