INDIGO has distinctive good looks from the board of Javier Soto Acebal. She was constructed by ML Shipyard, in Brazil, of carbon fibre composite. She is strong, light and ferociously quick. Custom built by her current, original owner for fast, and powerful sailing, speeds of 18 knots are not uncommon, with her highest records speed recorded at just under 24 knots. Since launch she has sailed Brazilian waters as well as extensively in the Mediterranean and Caribbean.
INDIGO is easily sailed and is set up for family use. She shows that family cruising need not be dull and she is easily capable of fast reliable passage speeds in comfort. She also has great potential for regatta use.
INDIGO was built for her current, experienced sailing owner.
The vessel is a high performance fast cruiser also suited to regatta sailing
Following delivery new, the yacht was sailing in Brazil and Caribbean area 2011.
In 2012, they crossed to the Mediterranean, visiting Palma and cruising throughout the Med (Italy, Greece etc.) and back to the Caribbean.
Since then she has cruised the South America area and San Blas islands and Caribbean – only for family use (not charter). She has competed in several races including the Recife to F. Noronha – and offshore race of 350 nm for which she beat the record, completing in less than 25 hours
Summer 2017 INDIGO returned to Spain.
Her owner is now retiring from yachting.
In a recent sailing trip, during 14 hours NDIGO sailed from Palma to Valencia, with an average speed of 10 knots, and a top speed amazing 23.9 knots! This in a Force 7!
New liferafts (2019).
Charger ventilation upgrade (2019).
Spreader lights, boom lights and deck nav. light (2019)