My Space, the first 65′ Raised Saloon by Mylius, was launched in November 2017 and has been designed for pure cruising use, to maximize indoor and outdoor living without losing Mylius’s identity. My Space is indeed equipped with a telescopic keel, two helm blades, furling boom and captive winch for main sail, hydraulic gangway and a garage that can accommodate a Williams 325 turbojet and a windsurf armed sail.
The key feature of the model is the raised saloon, which gives even more volume inside without sacrificing the external spaces dedicated to guests’ relaxation and maneuvering. In fact, the guest cockpit features two comfortable L-shaped benches and two twin tables, which even opened do not limit the passage to the large central companionway. The steering area is at the same level (but only a small step) and is designed to ensure easy sailing and maneuvering.
Internally, the teak of the furnishings and the carbon look of some bulkheads, the light skin of the coatings and the grey fabric of the sofas are perfectly integrated and create a sophisticated and welcoming environment. The dinette is large and bright thanks to the raised saloon windows, with a L-shaped sofa and two dining tables on port side and a large C-shaped sofa, which with two poufs turns into a comfortable daybed, on starboard side. In the aft part of the dinette, the navigation are is on port while the galley is on starboard, with the possibility to close the work area to not disturb the guests. The guest cabins are three, each with its own en-suite: two double aft and one just ahead of the dinette, with a comfortable bed and a pull-out bed.
More forward there is the owner’s suite that has nothing to envy to the 76’s ones. The double bed is decentralized to leave the entrance to the en-suite in the bow, with toilet, bidet and large shower box. Stowage spaces are maximized, with 3 large drawers in the bed, wall hangings, two wardrobes, a low cabinet and a desk with a pouf.