Malcolm McKeon Yacht Design unveils the 38m sailing yacht concept MM38

The MM38 has been developed in collaboration with the brokerage company Ocean Independence for comfortable bluewater sailing but with a generous sail plan to perform also in light winds. The deckhouse lines are very close to the design of the 33m MISSY. The hull is also inspired by the previous award-winning designs RIBELLE and LIARA. The sloop-rigged boat welcomes up to eight guests in four cabins—furthermore, crew accommodation for up to six people. A telescope keel reduces the draft from six meters to four meters.

The forward area has a bay for a tender with a length of six meters that can be transformed into a shaded dining cockpit. Side ladder and platform makes it easy to enter the yacht from the tender. A fold-down swimming platform is at the stern.

“A fixed bimini with raise and lower side screens provides all-weather protection to the main cockpit, and the bimini top itself has a retractable ‘sun roof’ panel.”