The Schaefer 510 Pininfarina is the culmination of Schaefer’s 25-years of yacht building expertise and Pininfarina’s 80-year history of design and engineering innovation. A tour de force of style, with a bold, elegant look, it makes an impressive statement. Featuring innovative engineering, the Schaefer 510 Pininfarina also has the performance you’d expect from a thoroughbred. The interior features a modernist aesthetic with clean lines and intelligent use of space, making it even roomier.
From the smallest detail to the largest, nothing has been overlooked on the Schaefer 510 Pininfarina. This penchant for perfection is a way of life at Schaefer Yachts and part of our commitment to provide you the most exhilarating, enjoyable on-water experience possible.
This roomy yacht can accommodate 16 people in the daytime and sleep 7 at night. The maximum length spans 16 meters long with plenty of seating area in and out, making entertaining a joy. Enjoy the sun and the sea while navigating through the waters with the Pininfarina.
The Schaefer 510 Pininfarina is boating reimagined by Schaefer Yachts and Pininfarina.
Max. length (including pulpit and platform): 15.82 m (51.9’)
Max beam (including guardrails): 4.36 m (14.3’)
Max. draught: 1.26 m (4.1’)
Light craft mass: 18,300 kg (40,344 lbs)
Deadrise angle: 17o
Max. speed*: 27.5 knots
Cruising speed*: 24 knots
Fuel consumption at cruising speed**: 129.7 L/h (34 Gal/h)
Range: 164 N.M.**
Fresh water capacity: 580 L ( 153 Gal)
Fuel capacity: 1300 L (343 gal)
Installed gensets: 1 x 11.5 kW
Air draught: 5.18 m (17’)
count extra 5’ for clearance when passing under bridges.
Passenger capacity(day): 16
Passenger capacity(night): 6+1
* Tests performed in flat water, without excessive wind, no anti-fouling paint and with clean hull and propellers. The engines used on the test were 2 x Volvo Diesel IPS 600 (D6 435 HP).
** The maximum speed and cruising speed data as well as fuel consumption and trip duration depend on the onboard loading conditions, ambient temperature, ambient pressure, fuel line, sea state, current, hull bottom condition and stern drive, axles, propellers. There may still be a variation of 7%.