olphin 54’ sun top – available also in flybridge version – a new lobster boat ready to tempt lovers of the sea who are seeking a more direct, harmonious contact with nature. Result of cooperation between architect Brunello Acampora from Studio Victory Design, with Norberto Ferretti, the AYT (Advanced Yacht Technology) , the Group’s naval research and design centre and the team of architects and designers of Ferretti Group’s Centro Stile, Dolphin 54’ is a reference point in the lobster boats segment.
In fact the design solutions include a reconfiguration of on board spaces, giving this 16 metre yacht the light and comfort of a much larger boat.
Running through it’s history, Mochi Craft Shipyard invented the Italian Lobster Boat Style, presenting the Dolphin 51’ at the 2003 Cannes Boat Show. Then the shipyard created a full range of boats between 44 and 74 feet, which won resounding acclaim from the world’s press. Now they are a “must have” for the kind of owner who can understand and appreciate a product boasting a unique personality, perfectly balanced lines, the extensive use of wood, a skilful choice of select, natural materials and the best on board equipment.
The Dolphin 54’, returning to the brand’s roots and offering the market a new reference point, capitalises on everything was learnt over the last five very important years.
The elegant new MOCHI CRAFT lobster boat retains all the sophisticated vintage style embodied by the entire fleet, together with the sweet sailing characteristics, cutting edge technical equipment and high performance of previous models, perfecting them with a further reduction in gas and noise emissions, allowing owners to feel they are truly at one with the surrounding environment, an emotional response given formal recognition by module Aa Noise Emission according to standard UNI EN ISO 14509, which responds to the demands of EC Directive 94/25 as amended by 2003/44/EC concerning environmental pollution.
Dolphin 54’ brings into the Mochi Craft range the bright new cream-yellow livery while retaining typical Dolphin features like the sinuous lines and the extensive use of solid wood, from the inviting teak floor in the roomy cockpit, furnished with two comfy divans at the sides and one flanking the dinette entrance. The beauty and practicality of the wood extends throughout the yacht’s interior and exterior surfaces, right up to the bows, where there are two luxurious sun pads accommodating up to three people.