Interior layouts are perfectly adapted to family cruising with a multiplicity of thoughtful solutions providing interior comfort. Cyclades 43 is designed to comply with the highest specifications of the charter market and in close collaboration with the major charter companies
Number of lockers and optimized access of lockers
3 toilets with showers and 1 cockpit shower
Hatches with mosquito and sun blinds as standard
Slatted base to berths
Ventilation with hatches and portholes
Saloon table convertible to double berth (optional)
Easy to maintain (inner moulding)
Attractivness of a light colour of wood
Twin wheels : comfort and accessibility
Control lines led back to the cockpit. Genoa winches are close to the helm.
Reefing lines are simple and led back to the cockpit
Very large and welcoming cockpit with easy access to the sea
Large cockpit benches with non- slip finish
Large GRP table with glass holder, bottle rack, handrail, forward-sloping panel to take electronic navigation screen.
Large bathing platform with bathing ladder.
Large cockpit lockers
Huge self draining anchor locker
Instruments for navigation are mounted on the cockpit table and on the twin wheel pedestals
Engine control panel in cockpit
Easily managed 110% Genoa
Lazy bag and lazyjacks are standard
Side decks are wide and safe
Twin bow roller stemhead fitting
Stainless steel shroud plates on hull for easy movement on deck and protection for sails.
Glass holders by the steering wheels
Doors for companionway access are fixed (saloon style), in lieu of washboards
Built-in liferaft stowage in transom stepwith easy access and opening
Lifting system for outboard engine on aft pulpit (adapted from emergency tiller) Pushpit designed to mount a barbecue
Deadrise at Transom
Draft Board/Drive Up
44092.40 lb TBC
Handrails in companionway
Excellent freedom and space around the companionway
Numerous and big lockers (chest of drawers in galley)
Ease of circulation (hinged central bench seat in saloon-pantograph mechanism)
Galley with very long work surface.