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    Vismara - V62 RC Mills for sale

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    • Vismara - V62 RC Mills for sale in Italy
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    • Vismara - V62 RC Mills for sale

    Without doubt, one of the most competitive yachts in the Mediterranean today. SUPERNIKKA is the ultimate cruiser/racer from Vismara and Mills Design.


    All-conquering carbon speed machine from Vismara and Mills Design in 2015. Built to compete at the very highest level whilst still allowing for easy family cruising.

    SUPERNIKKA is professionally maintained and stored ashore each winter with her rig out with hull shrink-wrapped. She is continually updated and optimised with all her systems checked and serviced ahead of the new season.

    Now offered for sale as her owner is looking towards new projects, SUPERNIKKA offers a unique opportunity to acquire THE boat of the moment with many more seasons of big trophy winning ahead of her.

    Specification highlights include:-
    Full carbon construction
    Telescopic keel
    Axxon carbon rig with mast jack
    Harken winch package with powered winches
    Mastervolt electrics with Lithium service batteries
    Full B&G H5000 instrument package with 3x Zeus plotters
    Full North 3Di racing sail wardrobe
    Cruising mode with cruising boom, furling genoa and North 3Di cruising sail wardrobe
    Tender garage
    3-double cabin, 3-heads interior layout plus crew in forepeak


    2018 Maxi Yacht Rolex Cup – 1st overall – Mini Maxi 1 Class
    2018 Maxi Yacht Capri Trophy – 1st overall – RC Class

    2017 Maxi Yacht Rolex Cup – 1st overall – Mini Maxi RC1 Class

    2016 Overall winner in 3x IRC handicap events

    2015 Maxi Yacht Rolex Cup – 1st overall – Mini Maxi R Class
    2015 151 Miglia – 1st overall


    Winter 2018/19 (ongoing)
    Routine ultrasonic testing of hull, deck, bulkheads, rudders and mast by Q.I. Composite
    Servicing of winches and deck hardware
    Servicing of mast, rigging and fittings
    Servicing of rudder and bearings
    Service keel rams and manifold
    Servicing 24vDC electric freshwater heads

    November 2018
    Repainting of deck antiskid and gloss areas

    October 2018
    Complete disassembly of mast, rudder and keel for winter storage with shrink-wrapping of hull and deck.

    August 2018
    New service battery exide 12v AGM
    New B&G autopilot control

    October 2017
    Complete disassembly of mast, rudder and keel for winter storage with shrink-wrapping of hull and deck.
    Servicing of winches and deck hardware
    Servicing of mast, rigging and fittings
    Servicing of rudder and bearings
    Checking of keel pistons and manifold
    Servicing of jib furling for cruising

    April 2017
    New rudder controls
    New backstay deflector systems softrig by Soluzioni Tessili rigging
    New running rigging by Soluzoni Tessili rigging (loop and sheets)
    New spray antifouling in Speedy Carbonium Veneziani
    New titanium pin for bobstay
    Servicing of winches and deck hardware
    Servicing of mast, rigging, fittings and boom
    Checking of keel pistons and manifold
    Bulb weight alterations for IRC optimisation

    September 2016
    Complete disassembly of mast, rudder and keel for winter storage with shrink-wrapping of hull and deck.
    Routine ultrasonic testing of hull, deck, bulkheads, rudders and mast by Q.I. Composite

    August 2016:
    New spray antifouling in Speedy Carbonium Veneziani

    July 2016:
    New Solbian solar panel
    3x new B&G Zeus 7” chart plotters

    April 2016:
    Servicing of winches and deck hardware
    Servicing of mast, rigging and fittings
    Servicing of rudder and bearings
    Servicing of keel pistons and manifold
    New piston to block keel
    New Lewmar 180 degree opening hatches for master cabin
    Fitment of new backstay deflector systems by Axxon

    October 2015:
    Complete disassembly of mast, rudder and keel for winter storage with shrink-wrapping of hull and deck.

    August 2015:
    Keel bulb weight alteration for IRC optimisation
    New spray antifouling in Speedy Carbonium Veneziani


    In late 2013 we received an e-mail inquiry from Italy for a design in the 60’ range. As we learned more about the client and his team, the pieces began to fit together to form a very promising and productive design opportunity. Their brief for a high-performance Racer/Cruiser is always a difficult request, often compromising both sides of the equation, but this client was a little different…

    Roberto Lacorte is a very dynamic person, a successful businessman who drives for the Sport Prototype racing team he sponsors, races his 2012 Vismara 47 LadyNikka as well as cruising it in summer with his family, and when he felt there was too little offshore racing in North West Italy he founded the thriving 151 Miglia race to change things. This race plus others like the Giraglia, the Rolex Middle Sea Race, and the Maxi Worlds formed the target for the new design, in a vision not just to combine racing with cruising, but to create something powerful and beautiful to do both in. The new boat had to look extraordinary as well as race effectively before being fitted out for family cruising. In cruising trim the requirements included sub-3m draft, powered winches, dinghy storage in the transom, a retracting bow thruster, and an anchor windlass, on top of the two en-suite double cabins aft and the master suite forwards. To get a feel for his options at this size Roberto chartered the 65’ Cruiser/Racer Stig for the 2013 Middle Sea Race and placed second overall as Nikka 65, showing the teams skill and learning a lot about what they wanted from a new design.

    A core part of Roberto’s team is builder Alessandro Vismara, head of the large Vismara Marine facility in Viareggio where he has produced 2 of Roberto’s previous boats. The design responsibility would be a joint effort with Vismara, an experienced designer himself whose large technical office had already produced a detailed preliminary layout for SuperNikka. This allowed us to focus on our strengths in producing the external geometry for hull and deck, appendages, and rig sizing while the Vismara team produced the structures, layout, and systems. We agreed that the basic boat needed to be as aggressive as possible and concentrated on separating the racing and cruising configurations by making cruising gear removable such as the retractable bow thruster, anchor windlass, and replacing the transom door/swim step with a lighter panel, and gaining draft with a lifting keel arrangement, lowering the bulb to 4.2m. Armed with a target racing measurement condition displacement of 16,150kg and resulting weight distribution we could begin to shape the design around the requirements.

    To develop the SuperNikka hull and appendages we relied on the development program originally created with performance prediction and analysis experts KND/Sailing Performance for our 2014 Maxi 72’ World Champion design Alegre. This process is now a fundamental part of our performance design procedure, and begins with an analysis of the weather conditions and expected racecourse types to build a weighting matrix favouring performance in the particular conditions we want the boat to excel in. The racing event profile was Mediterranean and primarily offshore, suggesting a light/medium bias and a more even mix of wind angles than our more usual inshore event (WL) orientation. This larger reaching component favours a wider, lighter boat, with chines, and a healthy sail plan to keep moving though a quiet Med offshore night.

    Working with KND partner and panel code specialist Roland Kleiter using custom aero coefficients from designers at North Sails Italy we began to analyse a range of hull shapes using the North Sails VPP. We began with a development of Alegre with soft chines well inboard, and began sequentially comparing that with more aggressive shapes using more powerful chines further outboard which proved to be very effective upwind. Over more than 20 iterations we developed the harder chined hullform until we were happy that it presented minimal negatives in the light airs more upright condition, and was clearly beneficial when heeled in a breeze.

    The balance when drawing hulls of this type is firstly to try and use as much hull length especially when heeled without a wetted transom that results in a drag increase, and then to gain as much stability as possible in the powered-up heeled condition upwind and reaching without an imbalanced helm or ending up sticky as a result of too much wetted surface area upright in light airs. Boats just intended for reaching are less troubled by these issues, while boats racing on Windward/Leeward courses find that balance more difficult, explaining why hard chines aren’t common on inshore designs like TP52’s and Mini-Maxis. With a significant reaching component SuperNikka has a wide enough performance profile to make chines an attractive compromise, while retaining the need to perform in light conditions and carry added loads in cruising trim.

    The North Sails VPP integrates the lift and drag solutions produced by the DasBoot panel code with the other speed producing factors such as sail area, aero coefficients, stability, etc. to produce the final performance output. Use of panel code allows a wide range of potential solutions to be evaluated more quickly thanks to a simplification of the governing equations (in essence their validity excludes boundary layer effects), but this has the tendency to over-predict powerful solutions like wide transoms and full bows. Validating the final stages of hull shape development using RANS CFD is an integral part of the process. 3D Reynolds Averaged Navier Stokes Equations RANS yield the most accurate solutions at the cost of a large volume of computation (thousands of iterations on million elements grids). In return, one can expect a very good assessment of the wave and viscous drag and catch any drag under-prediction from the panel code stages.

    Using a setup developed for the KND Volvo 65 RANS program the appended model featured 10 million elements, evaluating drag, rudder angles across the range of heel, and helm balance. Appendage sizing and positioning is a major component for performance, especially upwind in light airs. In the past it was common for designs of this size to find it difficult to achieve good balance, requiring large amounts of rake to get reasonable rudder angles which is a key factor in upwind performance. Having resolved this issue during the design of Alegre we were confident regarding predicted balance, even on a relatively wide hull form with a single rudder and sizable sail plan. The RANS phase confirmed the design was on the right track with smoother stern sections, a relatively high chine aft, and moderate bow sections which produced the most promising combination in our race model.

    Having originally proposed a large rig for a racer/cruiser, we agreed after discussions with the team and their North sailmaker Alessio Razeto to ensure no compromise was made with performance in light conditions, and went back to compare increased rig sizes with their rating impact. One factor in this decision was our experience that VPP’s are insensitive to the negative effects of righting moment in light conditions. This may partly be down to sailor expectations that heeling early in the light feels faster, but it seems to be backed up by experience racing in the Mediterranean that Heeling Moment and Righting Moment work best in a certain range. Our revised rig sizing moved the HM/RM relationship towards the better feel end of that band, a step made possible by the powerful hull shape being amenable to the increase in power further up the wind range.

    Once the hull shape was finalised we prepared preliminary deck shapes to combine an effective Racer/Cruiser deck layout with the aesthetic demands of the client for a sleek powerful machine, in his words ‘A Missile’! At a meeting in Viareggio with Roberto and Alessandro and the other key players in the team this initial suggestion for a wide low coachroof with chines and angular cockpit sides to complement the hull shape was refined into the final configuration, allowing the boat to be effectively sailed by a range of crew numbers as well as creating a safe confined space to enjoy family sailing.

    The interior is a development of Roberto’s previous LadyNikka, similarly finished with minimalist Italian style. It boasts a large open saloon with galley and desk either side of the main hatch, double guest cabins aft and a large owners cabin forwards. Carbon/foam construction incorporates many techniques and ideas from the practical and resourceful Alessandro Vismara and his team who have one of Europe’s longest track records with stylish performance Racer/Cruisers, one that perhaps is not well known outside of Italy.

    SuperNikka’s first race was the 2015 151Miglia, where she romped home as first to finish ahead of larger boats and 2nd on corrected time, a great result for the team. Yet again for Mills Design the best projects exhibit a team mentality. The SuperNikka project has been one of the most pleasurable we have undertaken, working with a gifted enthusiastic owner and a very professional yard as partners.

    Mills Design


    After the great success of the Vismara V47 RC Nikka, Vismara shipyard and Mills Yacht Design started designing the new Vismara Mills 62 Rc SuperNIKKA, the natural evolution of the Vismara V47 Rc.

    “SuperNikka is one of the leading projects of the last years, developed for an expert owner and by an international team able to share and develop all together the same great idea. Someone used to talk about Vismara Marine as the Open Company, they are right. I’m really exciting for that because it means that something good is born from my dream of more than 30 years ago”.
    Alessandro Vismara – President - Vismara Marine Spa.


    RCD Status:
    CE Certification - A

    Hull, Deck & Superstructure Construction:
    Carbon sandwich construction vacuumed with epoxy resins.
    Hull, deck and bulkheads postcured at controlled temperature according to supplier’s technical sheetsat no more than 60°.
    Structural reinforcement are realised using unidirectional carbon fibre.
    Hull, deck and bulkheads ultrasonic tested by QI Composites – Winter 2018/19
    Speedy carbonium spray antifouling – April 2017
    Metallic grey sprayed topsides
    White non-slip decks and cockpit - repainted November 2018

    Keel & Rudder:
    Lead bulb keel lifting vertically offering 2.95m shoal or 4.20m full draft.
    Keel operated via Sabatini electro-hydraulic pump system
    Keel system serviced – winter 2018/19
    Keel bulb last optimised – April 2017
    Balanced carbon rudder
    Rudder ultrasonic tested by QI Composites – Winter 2018/19


    Engine & gearbox:
    Volvo D2-75 4-cylinder 75hp diesel engine
    Engine hours: 599 as of summer 2018
    Saildrive gearbox
    Fresh¬water cooled engine.
    Single lever engine control.

    Propulsion & Steering:
    24vDC Quick retractable bowthruster
    Gori 2-bladed folding propeller for racing
    Gori 3-bladed folding propeller for cruising
    Twin wheel steering with carbon steering wheels
    Emergency tiller.


    Voltage systems:
    24vDC & 12vDC domestic systems with 220vAC via shore-power or inverters

    Battery Banks:
    1x 90Ah 12vDC Mastervolt AGM engine start battery
    2x 360Ah 12/5000 Mastervolt MLI Lithium Ion service batteries joined in series to supply 360Ah @ 24vDC
    1x 225Ah Exide AGM electronics battery - 218

    Mastervolt 24/100 100amp 220/24v battery charger for service bank
    Mastervolt 12/35 35amp 220/12v battery charger for engine and electronics battery

    Mastervolt 24/2500 2.5kw 24vDC inverter

    Volvo 12vDC engine-mounted alternator
    Mastervolt 24v 110Amp engine-mounted secondary alternator for service bank

    Solbian 112w solar panel - 2016

    Shore Power:
    220vDC shorepower system with ring main


    Fresh Water:
    The hot freshwater circuit is led into a well insulated 40 litres hot water tank, heated by engine or 230v AC immersion heater element.

    Spectra 24vDC reverse-osmosis watermaker producing approx 60 litre per hour

    Bilge Pumps:
    2x Gianneschi bilge pumps (with many override) serving aft, forepeak and saloon areas
    Electric shower drain pumps


    400 litres fuel tank

    Fresh Water:
    2x 250 litres fresh water tanks giving a total of 500 litres


    3x B&G Zeus 7” colour GPS chart plotter displays (2 at helms and one below decks) - 2016
    4x B&G H5000 displays
    2x B&G H5000 10/10 displays
    5x B&G H5000 20/20 displays at mast
    B&G H5000 wind, speed and depth transducers
    B&G H5000 autopilot system
    AIS receiver

    Communications Equipment:
    B&G VHF with DSC plus second station
    Satellite phone


    Stainless steel gimballed gas stove with oven
    Frigonautica 50 litres front opening fridge with heat-exchange to sea
    Frigonautica 115 litre top opening fridge/freezer

    3x Tecma 24vDC electric flush fresh water heads
    Hot & cold pressurised water supplies with shower in heads

    LCD TV


    Summary of Accommodation:
    SUPERNIKKA benefits from internal carbon sandwich structural furniture, to obtain a low weight construction and to benefit the relationship between displacement and ballast.
    The interior space, thanks to the large aft, use the maximum beam and allows for 2 large twin aft cabins with separated bathrooms.
    Just behind, a lazarette which is suitable for a dinghy.
    The interior can accommodate eight guests in four twin beds distributed in the two aft cabins, in the owner’s cabin with king size bed and two single beds for the racing crew.

    Accommodation Finish:
    All interior joinery in white painted laminates
    Main bulkhead, hull innings and heads finished in white
    Carbon flooring
    Highest quality upholstery and finishes throughout


    3 spreader fractional deck-stepped rig
    Axxon Composites carbon fibre mast and racing boom
    Mast ultrasonic tested by QI Composites – Winter 2018/19
    Axxon Composite carbon fibre V-boom for cruising
    Carbon integral bowsprit – 1.50m
    Carbon fibre rod standing rigging
    2x Navtec control units with Bamar pumps for outhaul, backstay and Cunningham
    Sabatini hydraulic pump for vang, jib (in-out, and up-down) and telescopic keel
    1,500w electrically driven mainsail track cars
    Soluzioni Tessili rigging backstay deflector – April 2017
    Soluzioni Tessili running rigging – April 2017
    Under deck mast jack
    Hydraulic vang
    Removable genoa furler
    Furler for Code Zero sail
    Mainsheet track on cockpit sole sheeting to dedicated mainsheet winches
    IG = 25.30m, J= 7.00m, P= 26.00m, E = 9.02m, STL=9.22m
    Cruising sail area = 230sqm

    2x Harken 990.3 3-speed self-tailing racing carbon primary winches
    2x Harken 70.3 3-speed self-tailing powered winches
    2x Harken 70.2 2-speed self-tailing winches
    2x Harken 60.2 2-speed self-tailing powered winches

    Sail Wardrobe:

    Racing sails:
    North Sails 3Di raw mainsail - 2016
    North Sails 3Di raw light genoa – 2016
    North Sails 3Di raw medium genoa – 2016
    North Sails 3Di Offshore mainsail - 2015
    North Sails 3Di light genoa - 2015
    North Sails 3Di medium genoa - 2015
    North Sails 3Di heavy genoa – 2015
    North Sails 3Di raw A-0 code sail - 2017
    North Sails 3DL A-0 code sail – 2105
    North Sails A1 gennaker – 2018
    North Sails A2 gennaker – 2018
    North Sails A2 gennaker - 2015

    Cruising Sails:
    North Sails 3Di mainsail
    North Sails 3Di furling genoa
    North Sails Code Zero

    Double lifelines.
    Flush deckhead hatches
    Carbon passarelle
    Bathing ladder
    The tender garage door will be removable and changed with lighter panel for racing
    Lewmar 180 degree opening deckhead hatches for master cabin - 2016

    Anchoring & Mooring:
    Concealed anchor mounting beneath bowsprit
    Electric anchor windlass
    Anchor with chain
    Fenders & warps

    Canvas & Cushions:
    Boom awning
    Mainsail cover

    Tender & Outboard:
    AerMarine ultralight inflatable tender
    Suzuki 6cv 4-stroke outboard


    General note on safety equipment: Any safety equipment such as liferafts, Epirbs, fire extinguishers and flares etc. are usually personal to the current owner(s) and if being left on-board as part of the sale of a used vessel may require routine servicing, replacement, or changing to meet a new owners specific needs.

    Lying Tuscany, Italy

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    Office Hours Mon- Fri 0900 – 17.00
    Saturday by prior appointment

    For more information or to arrange a viewing please contact us.

    Please Note: Due to the varying locations of our yachts, your travel time and the distances that may be involved, we recommend that you only make arrangements to view if you are actively considering purchase.

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    Category:Sailing Boats
    Model:V62 RC Mills
    Mooring Country:Italy
    Year built:2015
    Sales status:available
    LOA:19 m/62 ft
    Length:19 m/62 ft
    Width:5.3 m/17 ft
    Category:fin keel
    Engine manufacturer:volvo d2-75
    Engine hours:599
    No. of cabins:3
    No. of berths:8
    ModelV62 RC MillsWaterline length17.75 meters
    Tank capacity400Hull typecarbon epoxy sandwich
    Designermark mills
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