The Y Breeze 75 is a sailboat designed with a high bulwark and a hidden coachroof, resulting in sleek lines and an aesthetically pleasing appearance
The Y Breeze 75 is a sailboat designed with a high bulwark and a hidden coachroof, resulting in sleek lines and an aesthetically pleasing appearance. This innovative vessel combines the elegance of sailboats with the convenience of powerboats.
Key features include a sporty performance, a luxurious interior, advanced technology, and sharing possibilities. Customizable options ensure a unique sailing experience. YYachts carefully selected the name ‘Breeze’ for this exceptional boat to emphasize that it goes beyond being just a new model.
Instead, it represents a new concept that revolutionizes how people experience and connect with the sea. The naval architecture and the exterior design were made in collaboration with Cossutti Yacht Design. The YB75 will be the first sailing yacht with fold-down bulwarks to create a large aft deck to increase comfort at anchor.
The exterior impresses with clean lines and gives the YB75 a sporty character. Developed in collaboration with the Wendover Studio, the interior style is designed to guarantee an inviting, practical, and elegant atmosphere. Materials are appropriately used, carefully detailed, and coordinated to represent today’s luxury style, where people expect to feel at home.
Crafted comfort and sporty performances
The stern platform folds out, making access to the water much easier than on other yachts. To enjoy the cockpit, the Y Breeze 75 offers a galley coming up from the deck. It’s equipped with a sink, two fridges (one for drinks and one for food), and a barbecue grill.
The entire deck is designed as a safe walkaround, with no steps in between. In order to be able to head for shallower anchorages, the telescopic keel can reduce the draught to 2.50 metres. Fenders are deployed via a special system and stowed on board to save space.
On the lower deck, there will be a flexible layout with a saloon and different configurations for the guest cabin (daybed, two single beds, or one double). A playroom for kids can also be installed. To enjoy the Mediterranean summer, the Y Breeze 75 offers different options of sunbeds: stand-alone sunbeds or a box with inbuilt gimbaled sunbeds.
The YB75 is made for enjoying the sea in the summer. Not only while sailing but also when mooring in a bay, thanks to dedicated storage for toys and the foldable bulwarks to extend the deck space. For kids, there will be the option to convert a cabin into a game room.
A good handicap makes the YB75 interesting for racing with a small crew (max. 6). Water Ballast ensures good stability (a big sail plan for performances) with a small crew. The naval architect considered the major wind configurations in the most popular Mediterranean areas. The rating, in comparison with other boats, looks very favorable. The YB75 is extremely easy to sail.
There are pushbuttons for the main sail and self-tacking jib, and furlers for the Code O and Gennaker. The YB75 offers the option of a diesel engine running on synthetic diesel as an environmentally conscious alternative, providing a significant reduction in CO2 emissions compared to electric engines.