HISTORY

Mylius was born in 2003 from a dream

Mylius was born in 2003 from a dream and love for sailing of three friends who, after sailing from a young age and having had several professional experiences, decided to create an innovative shipyard able to reflect their way of living and loving the sea.

In 2004 the first Mylius 11E25 was launched, a model with important innovations such as the large sundeck area aft, solution then often imitated. In 2007 it was the turn of the Mylius 14E55, also winner of two Italian championships ORC Int’l, which was followed in 2011 by the Mylius 19E95, winner of the Nautical Design Award.

Since the end of 2011 Mylius is owned at 51% by Twinpack Group, world leader in the packaging industry, allowing them to combine the shipyard experience and the design excellence, with a strong industrial and financial base, to respond more effectively to the new technological and production challenges. Since 2015, the shipyard is in a new production site, where all new yachts are being designed and produced.

MYLIUS 11E25

The Mylius 11E25 was the first model designed and produced by Mylius Yachts. With a fiberglass and epoxy resin sandwich construction, carbon rig and water ballasts, she represented a real discontinuity versus all existing mid-sized cruising boats.

The deck features a special coachroof design, integrated with the paramare, with large side and front windows, a central cockpit and a large raised sun bathing area aft, bounded by the mainsheet traveler.

The interiors, very bright thanks to large windows, are characterized by the dinette in the bow, with “U” shaped sofa, galley and bathroom amidships and two cabins aft. The ends are reserved to lockers, with access from the outside.

MYLIUS 14E55

Built between 2007 and 2009, the Mylius 14E55 was the second model of Mylius Yachts. All carbon built and rigged, the different boats were built following their owners’ wishes: some more skewed to racing and other to cruising, some with the raised sun bathing area and others with open low transom, as well as with different internal layout.

Even if safe and comfortable when cruising, the Mylius 14E55 has proved also extremely competitive when racing, both under IRC and ORC Int’l, and has achieved excellent results in all events in which he participated. In particular, we remember the victories of “Fra Diavolo” in the Italian ORC Int’l Championship of 2009 and 2010, the UVAI Trophy for the best owner-helmsman in 2010 and again in 2015, renamed “Milù” by her new owner.

MYLIUS 19e95

Launched in 2011, the Mylius 19E95 has represented a significant innovation of the Mylius style and is the ancestor of all subsequent projects: no coincidence that her project has received some important awards such as the Nautical Design Award in the category “Sailing yacht up to 24 m “and the Designer of the Year Award.

Designed for maximum safety, comfort and pleasure of life outdoors, the Mylius 19E95 deck is characterized by large windows on the low and sleek coachroof, which hides all the maneuvers. Clean lines and open spaces offer elegance and usability. The large and spacious cockpit includes two separate living and manoeuvring areas, immediately forward of the steering wheels.

The interiors are characterized by large windows on the deckhouse, which illuminates the dinette creating an ongoing dialogue between interior and exterior. Positioned in direct relation to the access ladder and at a slightly raised level, the dinette area is separated by the master cabin by two carbon sliding doors.

MYLIUS 55’

The Mylius 55′ was the first model produced in the new shipyard in Podenzano.
Launched as “Sakura” in 2013, she has now been renamed “Testacuore” by her passionate owner, a young Campanian entrepreneur, and has given her name also to a line of jewels.

The boat has been designed for a primarily cruising use and therefore has three cabins with ensuite (plus a crew cabin in the bow) and is equipped with all the amenities of the case, from air conditioning to water maker, from the bow thruster to the hydraulic gangway, and so on.