Designed by naval architect Ed Dubois, this confirmed racer/cruiser offers exceptional sensations at sea, made of speed, stability and a superbly comfortable ride. Extremely sturdy construction and very high level of equipment result in a sailing boat that is ready for passages in any weather conditions, with high performance, permanent control and total safety. The Centurion 415 harmoniously combines classical features (sleek lines, fine entry bow, flush teak deck) with the most advanced techniques of construction (vacuum moulded Airex sandwich, absolute structural cohesion). Her cosy interiors can host a crew of seven in hotel comfort.
Hull in sandwich of glass-fibre and vinylester/polyester resin enclosing pvc closed-cell foam (Airex foam) vacuum formed and incorporating integrated ribs and stringers - TWARON shield (2 layers of Aramide cloth from bow to keel) - Multiple internal coating treatments to prevent osmosis - Bulwarks in stock dyed gelcoat - Interior bulkheads and furniture bonded to hull and/or deck - Floor supports made of aluminium and bonded to the hull - Stainless steel rudder stock with self-aligning needle-roller bearings - Lead ballast with 3% antimony - Keel bolts embedded in the ballast - Keel fixed to the hull by means of a deep keel stub made of bonded glass-fibre and polyester to lower the boat's centre of gravity - Deck made in sandwich, and bonded to the hull by moulded overlap with mechanical fastenings to provide a perfectly watertight seal - Planked teak deck, cut and placed piece by piece.