Rogers 82: Elegant And Fast Cruising Sailing Yacht


Rogers 82

After a year of development Rogers Yacht Design presented Rogers 82, a fast cruising yacht with elegant lines, Med-style cockpit and contemporary interior. She provides comfort, style and high performance – a balance often proving hard to achieve in a yacht of this size.

The Rogers 82 is currently in build at Carbon Ocean Yachts, Bristol, Rhode Island and is on schedule to launch in September 2010.

Rogers 82

The interior of the yacht is light and spacious and was customized according to the owner’s wishes. The owner is able to occupy the whole yacht from the saloon to the bow. Two separate cabins can be created forward when cruising with guests.

Rogers 82

The saloon is spacious with an open plan layout, with the galley off to one side this then leads to the crew cabin aft, with an additional guest cabin on the opposing side.

Rogers 82

The Rogers 82 has several distinctive features. The large lazarette with direct deck access from the cockpit is the most significant one. The lazerette can house a 3.25m Williams Jet tender with ample additional space for equipment.

Rogers 82

The design is available for future production in a semi-custom format, allowing clients to optimize the yacht for their specific requirements.

Specification of the Rogers 82:

LOA: 25m
Draft (fixed keel): 4.6m
Racing Displacement: 30 tonnes
Cruising Displacement: 40 tonnes
Diesel: 1200 litres
Freshwater: 1000 litres
Ballast ratio: 55%
Construction: Pre-preg carbon
Rig: Carbon 3 spreader
Rigging: Carbon
Interior Styling: Rogers Yacht Design
Structures: SP Gurit
CFD: Egan Consultants
Builder: Carbon Ocean Yachts (COY), Rhode Island

 

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