~2015 Monte Carlo MCY 76
A 23 metre flybridge, the MCY 76 represents the new benchmark for luxury in its stylistic features and technological content.
A real boat that develops classic elements into a new concept, shunning ostentation, to present a unique personality and maximum functionality.
Its strong technical content and many innovations represent a clear distinctive feature of its design. Starting from the advanced keel structure: the self-supporting sandwich plating, together with longitudinal reinforcements (there are no floor plates), a bow crash box and extensive use of kevlar in the areas of greatest impact make the MCY 76's hull a solid but light shell, able to take to sea in safety.
The infusion process extended to all components, even the smallest and most complex in shape, reduces weights and consumption (and for the same reason, most of the slats and interior flooring are in aluminium). The auto-trim, that is the automatic trim search through the use of interceptors, ensures comfort and plays its part in reducing consumption. The POD propulsion system, developed by ZF and with a multidirectional joystick, provides for precise and safe manoeuvrability.
The modular construction of the interior is undertaken outside the hull, achieving a particularly advanced result. This choice has made it possible to completely do away with on-board adjustment operations and to achieve excellent quality standards, because the assembly tolerances are contained in the order of millimetres.
Draft: 5 ft. 7 in.
Beam: 18 ft. 6 in.
Fuel tank capacity: 1057
Water tank capacity: 264
Speed max: 31
2015 Monte Carlo MCY 76 Specs
Overall length (LOA) 23.05 m (75' 7")
Maximum beam 5.65 m (18' 6")
Draft (ZF POD) 1.70 m (5' 7")
Draft (V-Drive) 1.60 m (5' 3")
Displacement (ZF POD) 48 t
Displacement (V-Drive) 47 t
VTR, Kevlar, carbon Engines
2 x MAN V8 1200 (ZF POD)
2 x MAN V12 1400 (V-Drive) Speed
Maximum speed 30-31 kn
Cruise speed 24-26 kn
Fuel 4000 l (1057 US gal)
Fresh water 1000 l (264 US gal)
Naval architecture & engineering
Seaway & Monte Carlo Yachts Design category