Sense is all simplicity – simple to sail, simple to live aboard. Life at sea is organized around three large areas. To the stern, life outside stretches tirelessly between the bathing platform, open helm station and manoeuvring space and the spacious cockpit designed as a terrace. Beneath this generous space is plenty of stowage and all the machinery. Amidships, the living area is linked in a novel way with the outside. Forward, the night area accommodates bedrooms, a desk area and shower-rooms.
Freedom to anchor, freedom at sea. Everything about Sense is an ode to freedom. Life on board has been thought out to help you be as self-sufficient as possible and make you feel good at all times. Both sailing and at anchor, Sense provides unusual stability and you can move about her as free as the wind. The three step 45° companionway connects the interior with the exterior with a flow that is as yet unequalled on a monohull. She offers free access to all the pleasure of the sea thanks to the jack-assisted stern transom which lowers fully and the two helm seats which lift like a draw bridge.
Luminous and elegant. With natural and artificial light, Sense gives a sense of space. Her many large openings let light circulate and make for clear vision. Light is all-pervading but never overhead to keep her cool. Her openings are carefully studied to ventilate inside no matter what direction the wind is coming from. The artificial LED lighting divides the energy requirements by five and reduces the heat factor significantly