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New Ovni Evolution 43

Not sure that this new yacht has been discussed yet ? Has been talked about by Ovni within the industry for a couple of months now and has just been listed on their website but no other details there yet. Looks like their version of the Sense 43 - maybe Ovni's time has come now that chines have gone mainstream !

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Ovni Evolution 43

quoting Euros €275,000 ex tax

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not sure how this will go upwind though ???
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You can definitely see the resemblence with the Delphia 24:


Don´t know how the D24 sails, maybe it´s a good concept. But I haven´t seen it on a lot of other boats, so maybe not a big hit...?!

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You can definitely see the resemblence with the Delphia 24:


Don´t know how the D24 sails, maybe it´s a good concept. But I haven´t seen it on a lot of other boats, so maybe not a big hit...?!

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Thar's the same designer.

I understand why he was the inverted curve of the hull, I mean from the outside on the top what I don't understand, on a fast boat, is the sharp transition from the bottom to the side of the hull.

Take a look at the A27 that has a similar concept but a rounded transition. It seems to me that have the boat sailing over a chine (I mean an almost 90º angle) is not a good idea in what regards drag and that is what happen when the boat sails upwind, close to the wind.





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These are nice boats love the clean lines. No sure if anyone knows more about them.



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Rock, I like this one even if it seems a design with some years, not so much the other.

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Paulo, hi - great thread ! The Moody 41 has probably deserved to sell more hulls than it has; but the show / demo boats all have the optional high gloss timber interiors and oval portlights which must put off a few people.

The other thing which afflicts most twin wheeled yachts under 13 metres is that you can't lie down on the cockpit seats because they terminate at the aft end with a solid moulding for the steering pedastal. At least with a single wheel you can stretch out - even if your legs hang slightly over the end. This is an important feature for me - especially in warmer climates where on-deck sleeping is a happy option ! I tested the Moody 41 for this at the Southampton Boat Show and it failed miserably, which is a backward step on a yacht this size.

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That's simple: I agree on both counts Of course twin wheels offer a lot of advantages even in what regards sailing, giving a much faster and easier access to all winches.

Regarding having space to lay down, I use it not only for that but also to sail/sleep at night when I am voyaging and have to solo sail the boat.

But even if many 41fts with that size and twin wheels have that problem, I checked that out that in the Salona 41 (one week sailing in the boat) and it has a much bigger space on the cockpit bench. Not really enough for me (with 1.90m I have space but the feet are out) but I had planed to have them make a foldable small teak extension just to have support for the feet. It seemed easy to do and the guys from Salona would do it.








By the way they have a new graphic look on the Salona 41 that I like, have a look:






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New Ovni Evolution 43

Not sure that this new yacht has been discussed yet ? Has been talked about by Ovni within the industry for a couple of months now and has just been listed on their website but no other details there yet. Looks like their version of the Sense 43 - maybe Ovni's time has come now that chines have gone mainstream !

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Now, this is really interesting, thanks for posting.

Almost everybody knows that OVNI are great voyage boats but their design was getting old and they, besides being good boats, were not interesting boats in what regards design.

It has changed know. First with the evolution 52 and know with the 43.

(If you have more, or bigger images of the 43, please post them)

I am sure these boats will have a much better performance downwind and even downwind because finally alubat is installing naca profiles on both the board and the twin rudders. They talk about this to be a kind of Cigale centerboarder and that are just good news.

Quite a revolution going on OVNI, well they call it evolution

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