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MP 670 S

Delivery in 2022


MP 670 S

The new 67-footer from Marcelo Penna Yacht Design is the best representation of both sailing
The project has been called MP670S and she is a complete bespoke masterpiece which can suit
both the most demanding racing skippers as well as families seeking comfort and cosiness. The
first unit is under construction at the renowned shipyard Longitud Cero, winner of the last five
world championships of TP52, and the last two Sydney Hobart in compensated time (Ichi Ban).
Both structures and systems have been approved by Registro Italiano Navale (RINA) and have
CE certificate for category A.
This yacht offers the opportunity to sail in comfort and to take part in top-level races without
the need of hiring expensive crew, as the MP670S has been designed after having sailed many
miles and having passed too many buoys. All sails controls are for ease of handing so that the
huge sail area/ displacement ratio does not become a problem.
She can be configured as a high-performance cruiser-racer or as a racing yacht. The former is
equipped with a pinhead mainsail in combination with a low draft keel and the latter has a
square-top mainsail with a high draft keel. The mast is made in carbon fibre as well as the
retractable bowsprit. The sailing equipment has been configured in collaboration with North
Sails, seeking the most efficient and competitive sail distribution.
The structures have been designed in order to maximize both performance and safety whereas
weight is kept as low as possible. She has been built following sandwich technique under
vacuum infusion and post-cured in an oven to ensure the best bond between skins and core.
The materials used are Glass, Kevlar and Carbon fibers in combination with Epoxy resin and
polyurethane post-cured foam.
The deck layout is simple and elegant, mainsail’s lines are hidden. When needed, a table can be
mounted easily in the centre of the cockpit in the racing version.
The MP670S offers many interior layouts and all of them are characterised by its modernity
and cleanliness, although here only one is presented. The interior design has been carefully
chosen: joinery is made from dark mahogany or white oak, marble tops in bathrooms and
granite top in the galley, all them with honeycomb core.
When accessing the salon from the cockpit, one realises the amount of natural light that this
place has where the owner and beloved ones will gather to enjoy conversations or a good meal.
The galley is in the starboard part of the salon but all the equipment is hidden so the salon
seems to be even bigger, also improving the shifting of heavy sails. Moving forward, there are
two comfortable cabins for guests. At the end of the corridor we can find the magnificent
owners’ area which is configured as a large self-contained suite with a beautiful shower. The
whole yacht is equipped with many windows providing remarkable interior brightness.
When moving aft, we will find a multipurpose space, unique in a sailing yacht of this dimension.
This environment can be a chill-out area where one can snuggle between cushions, read a book,
play table games, watch a movie, take a nap or enclose the little ones. The idea was to offer a
sailing yacht suiting the needs of every member of the family. The most important thing is that
this space can be suddenly stored onshore and four bunk beds can be easily mounted to host
crew and take part in offshore regattas.
What about the engine room? Well, the engine is located below the companionway ladder while
all the systems are in a technical room between the multipurpose space and the garage, creating
a bigger space to work with easier access to pumps and systems. The garage located aft can
accommodate a tender up to 2.7 meters.
The sail locker is also used as a crew cabin with access from deck through a hatch.
The designers and engineers have paid great attention to obtain a well-balanced yacht; with the
correct rudder and keel blade to ensure both performance and safety. On one hand, the
configuration with reduced sail area and lower draft, the keel blade has an elliptical shape that
ensures enough lift at lower speeds. On the other hand, in the configuration with square-top
mainsail and deeper draft the high aspect ratio keel guarantees performance in every condition.
Both keels’ blades are ended with a torpedo bulb-shape to lower the centre of gravity. All the
appendages have been decided after an extensive hydrodynamic research in order to minimize
To sum up, the MP670S is a unique sailing yacht with great potential both in races and in
comfortable relaxing cruises, always with a full cruising interior design, intended for those

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