The Brenta 80 DC is a fast cruising yacht built in carbon. The centre cockpit layout provides a large cockpit and a dedicated aft deck for the owner. The joy for fast sailing, Italian design and build in Germany.
The Brenta 80 DC is a unique design, highlighted by the superstructure between mast and aft deck. The low-profile deckhouse rests behind the bulwark like a cottage behind a hedgerow. The center cockpit is embedded in the coachroof. A carbon-black strip all around provides a stretched appearance. The edge of the coachroof is shaped in a classic style to complement the typical, clean Brenta design
LOA: 23.99 m
LWL: 21.75 m
Beam: 6.00 m
Draft: fixed keel 3.50 m
Built Material Hull: Carbon
Built Material Deck: Carbon
Displacement: 30.9 t light ship
P=30.28 m E=10.46 m
J=8.75 m I=30.05 m
Ballast Lead: 12.5t
Mainsail: 188 m²
Selftackin jib: 118 m²
Code0: 230 m²
Gennaker: 403 m²
Engine: Yanmar 4LHA-STP 3.5 L 4-Zyl 177KW (240HP) at 3.300 rpm
Fuel Tank Capacity: 900 L
Generator: Fischer Panda 12 kW 15000i
Batteries: 24Volt DC, AGM 1.200 Ah
Bow Thruster: MaxPower VIP250 13.5 kW
Freshwater Tank Capacity: 900 L
Watermaker: 90 L/h (25gph) Seafari Escape 600 compact
Yacht Design: Luca Brenta & C. Yacht Designers, Lorenzo Argento Yacht Design
Interior Design/Styling: Sir David Chipperfield, David Chipperfield Architects
Structural Engineering: Francesco Pelizza, AMS Italia
Noise Consultant: Vancappellen
Certification: Class A Recreational Crafts Directive
A functional working place for all kind of weather. Like all interior of the Brenta 80DC also the galley was designed with seamanship in mind. The position of the galley is in the sternward corridor.
Chipperfield created the interior of the Brenta 80DC with padded surfaces and rounded corners underlining the lines of the hull and avoiding domestic stereotypes. The London architect supervised the direction of the wood grains, also in the spacious saloon.
The master cabin, which occupies the complete stern with his and hers shower dominates the layout of this Brenta 80DC. Subtle colours represent the modern lifestyle concept of the interior, contrasting with dark walnut. Stepps give access to the large stern terrace which is strictly reserved for the owner.
All spaces are built with high-quality furnishing in extraordinary fine workmanship with noble materials, including features in leather. Also design pieces by Franco Albini and Luigi Caccia Dominioni belong to Chipperfield´s interior concept.
Two twin guest cabins are placed in the bow before the mast. Also here the sophisticated lightning system follows the lines of the hull. The cell like spaces are soft and tranquillising.