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Introducing the new Saffier Se 24 Lite

by Saffier Yachts 10 Dec 2022 02:27 PST
Saffier Se 24 Lite © Saffier Yachts

We are very proud to announce another new model, the Saffier Se 24 Lite. Although the new Saffier Se 24 Lite is the smallest daysailer in our elegance range, she has the most spectacular design and is build for fun and performance combined with safety on the water.

Have a look at our video below and meet the new Saffier Se 24 Lite. The Saffier Se 24 Lite combines performance and style to a sustainable daysailer. The electric powered Se 24 Lite is solar charged and always ready to go. Have a look at the latest design of Saffier Yachts in this video.

Visit us at BOOT Düsseldorf from 21st till 29th of January 2023 and we will explain everything about the new Se 24 Lite.

Highlights of the Saffier Se 24 Lite

Fully powered by solar panels

With the integrated solar panels the Saffier Se 24 Lite is truly self-supporting. The custom made solar panels are integrated to be one with the design of the boat, creating a clean deck layout and generating enough power to constantly charge the Torqeedo 3.5 kW battery for electric propulsion any time, anywhere.

Speed

Ultimate speed, high performance and striking looks is what the new Saffier Se 24 Lite shows at first sight. Sailing in full control, singlehanded with all sheets close at hand and double digits on your rechargeable display.

Inverted bow

The inverted bow of the Saffier Se 24 Lite gives the modern and sharp look. With the pointy bow she cuts through the waves like a knife which makes the boat comfortable and dry to sail.

Cockpit

A closer look reveals her family character: a large uncluttered cockpit for 6 persons with sundeck and easy acces to the water. This all for the best time on the water, either comfortable with family or racing with friends.

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