Specifications of Contest 57CS

The sailing yacht Contest 57CS had been produced by the brand Contest Yachts since 2013 to 2019. Contest 57CS is a 17.23 meters luxury cruising yacht with 4 guest cabins and the draft of 2.49 meters. The yacht with fiberglass / grp hull has CE certification class (B) and can go not further than 200 miles off the coastline.

Length
17.23m  / 56' 7"
Width
5.12m  / 16' 10"
Draft
2.49m  / 8' 3"
Tonnage
Fuel capacity, l
931
Water tank, l
903
Max. people
Cabins
4
Berths for guests
8
Bathrooms
3
Sail plan and keel
Rig
Single-masted (sloop)
Keel
Fixed
Classification
CE class
B – Sea
Hull type
Monohull
Hull material
Fiberglass / GRP
Design
Modern / Mainstream
Type by usage
Cruiser
Deck arrangement
With central / scandinavian cockpit
Manufacturer's data
Builder
Country of origin
Netherlands
Model
57CS
Release period
2013 – 2019

Overview of Contest 57CS

Contest 57CS is a kind of transition model. The transition from relatively small 45CS and 50CS to larger boats - 62CS and 72CS. After all, 60 feet is a dividing line even among yachts of the same class, all that is higher is already an exclusive product.
In this regard, it is no surprise that the yacht has borrowed many details from her older sister, the Contest 62CS. Another curious feature of the Contest 57CS is that the boat is designed to be driven by the owner himself, with no in-house crew at all.

Яхта Contest 57CS is out of production. To buy a used one or to choose a similar model, please contact your yacht broker or use the form below to send a request
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