Designed to always be ahead, Shogun 50 is the yacht for those who want to go faster and be at the front of the pack. Along with sleek and aggressive lines and impeccably balanced ratios, the Shogun 50 boasts exclusive design features including a retractable keel for shallow water sailing and spray rails to prevent wet decks. From the positioning of the mast to the interior layout – everything onboard is optimized for performance and comfort, making the Shogun 50 a shining example of Swedish craftsmanship working together with cutting-edge technology and modern sailing solutions.
Yacht Design: Oscar Södergren & Håkan Södergren
The Shogun 50 is 100% carbon: her overall weight is only 7,900 kg - 45% of which is found in the keel bulb. She has a retractable keel blade made of carbon which allows the draft to decrease from 3.3m to 2m. Large twin rudders keep the Shogun 50 steady and makes it almost impossible to wipe out. Thanks to the mast being so far aft, there are plenty of headsail options. Boasting all the equipment and features for full-on offshore racing, she responds very well to trim and tuning. Just like a skiff, she also has an extendable bowsprit, making this yacht a real blast to sail.
As comfortable cruising as she is racing: the interior has been kept cosy and welcoming thanks to a coat of oak veneer on top of the carbon/divinycell sandwich structure. All the woodwork is handcrafted by experienced Swedish carpenters. The Shogun 50 comes with a saloon in the bow as standard. A large u-shaped couch wraps around the table, which is overlooked by a galley divided into two sections to allow multiple cooks. The chart table and heads are located to starboard opposite a spacious area for easy sail management. The double berth cabins are located at the very aft with cushioned hull sides to create a relaxing and comfortable environment
One of the interior options of the Shogun 50 has a contemporary design with the salon in the bow.