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TAG50 - 26 Pages

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Catalogue excerpts

TAG 50 Designed by Young Yacht Design Built by

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7.0 Main living areas 11 11.0 Engine room and systems 22 The contents of this proposal are confidential and may not be used for any reason other than evaluation of this design by TAG yachts, associated brokers and clients. The design may not be shared or otherwise used for any other reason. To do so violates Young Yachts International Ltd intellectual property and copyright ownership. Identifiable design features have been noted within YYD design logbooks. The contents of this proposal are intended to be subjective and are subject to change. No vessel may be constructed from this proposal or ideas...

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This vessel has a range of unique features that set the TAG 50 apart, yet the overall foundation for this design is based on a very pleasing, timeless aesthetic approach that will not date when compared to more radical designs. The cabin is relatively narrow with long lines. This is a beautiful looking vessel. Underlining the excellent and exciting appearance, the sailing layout defies convention, yet works so incredibly well. Here are some of the vessels main concept ideas: Progressing forward from other recent designs by Greg Young, the TAG 50 takes the open plan living concept into new territory....

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Numerous details within the vessel construction such as built in anchor system within the bowsprit. No forward beam. High aspect daggerboards. Lifting rudder system. Large steering wheels and direct connection for maximum feedback/feel. Large engine room. Unique dining/coffee table/day bed. Large screen TV. Large navigation/office location. Bow crew cabin option. Carbon wing mast option and large sail area.

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Keel depth (Dagger Board) 3,00 Bridge deck clearance 1,00 Mast section 600x300 Wing Mast height above water 25,10 Working headsail area 68,00 Code zero area 173,00 Black & grey water capacity 360 Classification CE Class A - Open Ocean Designer Young Yacht Design Engineering Rivoyre Ingenierie

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4.1 The TAG 50 has been designed as a highly detailed production boat aimed at a very competitive price point. 4.2 The main construction materials are PVC/Corecell cores, E glass fabrics, carbon structural parts, daggerboards/rudders/bowsprit. Vinylester resins, vacuum infused and cooked. 4.3 The entire vessel is female moulded and uses very detailed tooling to create efficient, integrated structures and interior liners to give 100% accuracy and high levels of finish. Designed and built using the latest 3D technology, the TAG 50 represents the leading edge in production boat building. 4.4 The...

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" 5.0 Deck layout 5.1 Starting in the bow, the TAG 50 has a removable 1.5m bowsprit tip. This is so you can reduce the vessel length to an all-important 15m (49’3”) this allows you to moor it within a 15m berth. The carbon bowsprit end is a tapered socket design with a single pin and no stays, so very easy to remove and insert when you need to. 5.2 The Code zero/Gennaker furling unit line is lead to the aft cockpit, so no one has to go forward to furl these sails. The self-tacking headsail is also lead aft to the cockpit. 5.3 The anchor system is built within the bowsprit and the chain and anchor...

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6.3 The Starboard side has a fold out swim ladder that is 800mm wide and extends below the waterline so it’s very easy and very secure to get on and off the boat from the water. This makes a huge difference for less mobile people + when set up for diving. The ladder has full size treads and when folded away creates a 100% flush cockpit. 6.4 The Port side has a dedicated passerelle that also folds open. It extends 1.5m aft and can handle a variety of floating dock heights. What’s great about it is that its hinge is very secure and you don’t have to attach it to a halyard. This means that it doesn’t...

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6.5 The helm has a side seat so you can comfortably perch yourself here and have a very secure and comfortable place to sail from “keelboat style”. The 1m wheel /large quadrant gives excellent feedback and a waterproof chart plotter is built into the carbon pedestal with engine controls rebated outboard and engine starting panels under the seat. 6.6 The helm position is ideal for looking at sail trim, steering through waves and as it’s a long way aft, the bow spray misses this area (and even more so with the unique wing design built into the hull topsides). Manoeuvring the vessel couldn’t be easier...

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7.0 Main living areas 7.1 To understand this layout it’s important to note that the cockpit and saloon areas combine into this massive living area. We recognised that most of the time spent on- board is in nice anchorages and warm climates. In this regard there is no better layout than the TAG 50. 7.2 The full beam of the vessel is used to good effect with the outboard cockpits. The central seated area is always fully shaded and the outboard cockpits can be left exposed or optionally you can add simple sunshades to cover this area that can even be left up while sailing... 7.3 Visually and one...

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7.5 Instead of creating an internal dining area a similar exterior dining area we have been able to create a single large area that combines these spaces and similar needs for greater use of space. The saloon can seat 10 people with ease as well as 8 for dining (great for when you have guests on-board). The dining table is a special design that has 4 modes: Coffee table with cup tray built in to keep drinks safe when sailing 50% dining table for corner seating when raised to table height 100% full size dining table that can seat 8 people with real comfort and space Table can be lowered and set...

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locker under and an instrument unit large enough for a chart plotter and all necessary vessel gauges and communications, this is the nerve centre for running the on-board systems. 7.11 Each side of the cabin forward are easy/wide stairs down to the guest cabins. The doors slide open and this alone gives a greater feeling of space as you descend into the cabin. 7.12 Each side of the master cabin door entries is an illuminated mode lighting panel. The idea is to have either blue white or red lighting to create special affects when having guests on-board or sailing at night. 7.13 Each side of the...

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