The AC 75 Evolution design input was to crate a trailerable boat with a small displacement, building with traditional materials such as wood. Another request was to have a comfort and an interior volume typical of larger size boats. We have modified the deck lines to achieve these results. AC 75 Evolution shapes don’t reflect the typical lines that we usually see in ports, with deck and side deck. The geometry deck has a weight body deckhouse. The cockpit has folding benches and two large lockers accessible from floor level, one for the engine compartment and the other for sails.
We have obtained two additional large lockers in the cockpit, which can be used as buoyancy or simple lockers with access under folding benches.
The large deckhouse volume has allowed us to expand the interiors to the sides. The material construction is Khaya CPM mahogany with thk. of 10 mm for the hull, and Okoume mahogany for deck and interior. Hull and deck are made with longitudinal structure, with transverse frames made of bulkheads and ribs. The interior of pure cruiser offers hospitality to 4 members crew. The forward cabin has a double berths. In the symmetrical and very linear dinette there are two seats convertible into beds, dining table and the kitchen block on the left. The bathroom is sufficiently large from which we can be accessed to the engine compartment.