Format for elegance and seaworthyness
Celeste’s hull contains the genealogy of Gabriel Heymans fast sail cruisers: a sharpened, split bow that turns into an optional stern. A harmonious combination of high bow and in this case a modern, rounded stern helps keep the ride dry, smooth and fully stable, making for a much more comfortable experience at sea. Despite Celeste’s seaworthiness and stability is still has a very easily driven hull that gives a slightly marked planing threshold.
The result is of course no coincidence – the whole design process took place in the power of the SSPA, Swedens National Ship Testing Institution, where Celeste’s hull was perfected over a long period of development.
Celeste’s unique features continue above the deck. Aesthetic values are easily visible through the boat’s sleek lines where the flying bridge and roof design live in harmony with a slightly descending deck line from bow to stern. Wide side decks and a generous rear deck contribute to a safe and carefree life on board.