Bright, contemporary and well utilised are the key themes of the Excess 11 interior. Cedar and white-blend woodwork create a modern look offering a lively atmosphere onboard, with plenty of natural light and ventilation. A practical galley located aft makes you the centre point for social interaction. L-shaped sofas create a functional main saloon, with plenty of under seat storage. A chart table and storage seat is the perfect working space. The master cabin features independent access from the saloon area with a generous 2x2m bed. A 4-cabin or Owners Version layout gives you the option to bring the whole family onboard
The exterior, as designed by Patrick Le Quément, embodies great character, sportsmanship and modernity. Twin aft helm stations offer great visibility, and guarantees responsive driving and peace of mind at sea. The helm seats folds away nicely whilst at anchor to allow easy movement in and out of the stern. The cockpit area features an L-shaped bench on the starboard side, and daybed on port. Seats on the aft beam sit above a large storage locker. Up forward are large sun pad areas for to enjoyment with good company.
The Excess 11 has been designed by VPLP design, one of the most renowned naval architecture companies in the world, with Patrick le Quément on the exterior and Nauta Design responsible for inside. Its design follows on from elder sisters, without sacrificing all the comfort factors needed in enjoyable cruising. The Excess 11 breaks with the code of traditional sailboats on the market thanks to her strong personality and sporty design. Refined lines, elegant proportions and perfect balance make her visually and practically an outstanding vessel.