This proven design is capable of cruising thousands of miles and owners can enjoy their boats from the South Pacific to New England. Easily recognized and appreciated, the Hylas 63 will be the performance cruising boat of choice for people who are interested in a versatile and comfortable yacht. Every Hylas 63 features the same stunning hull profile, but each has been built to suit her individual owner’s desires.
Built with modern techniques but with handmade quality still at the forefront, the Hylas 63 bridges the gap between custom and production yachts. Queen Long Marine uses modern building techniques and the 63 but still uses alternating layers of Twaron and fiberglass, making her hull light and strong. Each Hylas 63 is crafted to suit her first owner’s wishes, and time is taken to make sure each joint and every panel is perfect. The attention paid to every detail on the Hylas 63 is apparent to those fortunate enough to sail these magnificent boats.
Start with a stunning sheer, a little more freeboard, finer forward, and the beam carried a bit further aft. These elements have made her not only a fast, easily handled boat, but one that also has excellent space for owners and guests.
The cockpit invites relaxation and is safe in a seaway. The twin helms are positioned aft of the cockpit where sail controls can be easily reached. Similar to every Hylas the 63 deck spaces accommodate active sailors. It is the details and refinements that make a design a true success.
Each Hylas 63 highlights Queen Long’s ability to build elegant and unique vessels. Whether it comes down to working with maple, walnut, teak, different headliners, countertops, or even specialized cabinetry, Hylas Yachts has built some of the most breathtaking interiors the performance cruising market has ever seen. The aesthetics of the Hylas 63 are appealing to even the most refined taste. And there is no compromise in the functionality or usability of the interior volume. Each vessel will have her own personality and intended use but all embody the essence of true sailing yachts.