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Stable in heavy winds, fast in light winds. Full speed ahead.

The XCAT combines versatility, portability and performance in a way that no other boat on the market can. Harness the winds with the X CAT Sail or row for fun and fitness with our innovative forward-facing RowVista or rear-facing RowMotion rowing systems. The X CAT opens up a whole new world of adventures.

A winner of SAIL Magazine’s 2017 award for Best Daysailer, the X CAT is engineered to endure any challenge including some of the world’s top boat races. During the 2018 Everglades Challenge Red Beard’s very own Alex captained an X CAT Sail with RowVista.

From performance to safety gear, we carry the widest range of X CAT  accessories   to get you from your car to your next adventure.

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XCAT Sail Innovations

The XCAT Sailing model has everything you need to start harnessing the wind. Both sails and all the rigging are included. We strongly recommend the Sailing Equipment Set to take your XCAT sailing experience to the next level.

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1  - Fully battened square-top mainsail creates a lot of power. This sail is looped onto the mast for easier mounting and so it can be stowed still attached to the mast while rowing.

2  - Large laminated window in the genoa allows for safe navigation regardless of what tack you are on.

3  - Forestay is cleated at the mast step. This allows you to drop the mast while on the water for easy passage under low bridges and powerlines.

4  - Trampoline is made of a Textiline mesh that automatically tensions when the trampoline is installed. This prevents the need for tedious and time consuming lacing.

5  - Color coded and marked trampoline speeds up assembly by removing the guesswork. Shroud blocks and shrouds are marked with their respective red and green coloring. The positioning for the genoa and mainsheet blocks are marked on the center beam.

6  - Full length hull keels afford leeway resistance to the XCAT without the unnecessary draft of daggerboards or a centerboard. The boat will float in 6 inches of water!

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XCAT Sail Features & Benefits

The world’s first hard-hulled catamaran that can be transported on the roof of your car and assembled in 12 minutes—all without sacrificing quality or performance.

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Lightweight Construction The XCAT hulls are made of an HDPE skin wrapped around EPP foam forms to create unsinkable but ultra-light hulls. Combined with the anodized aluminum frame and carbon mast, the XCAT weighs in at 165 pounds when rigged as a sailboat. The heaviest part of the boat are the hulls—at only 38 pounds each—which is lighter than most kayaks!

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Continuous Line Furler An in-house designed endless loop genoa furler allows for easy reefing of the sail area when on the water. An endless loop furler allows you to easily furl and unfurl the sail regardless of wind direction and speed.

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Safety as a Priority The XCAT was designed to be an expedition boat, which required a focus on durability and endurance. This translates to a day sailing beach cat that makes light work of foul weather. The XCAT rig has been tested to withstand conditions as high as a Beaufort 8. The mast float and mast with floatation inside makes sure this boat is quick and easy to right in the event of a capsize.

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Built-In Heave-To Feature Most sailboats can heave-to without too much trouble, but many boats struggle to remain hove-to as the wind builds. On the XCAT, if you furl the genoa, hard sheet in the mainsail, let the rudder free and sit forward of the mast: the boat will sit within 5º of true wind direction and will average a half knot in reverse, regardless of wind speed. This is a fantastic feature for novice sailors or anyone who gets caught by a squall in open water.

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OE Inboard Electric Motor Option The XCAT is the smallest production sailboat with an optional inboard motor! Whether you want the security of being able to get back home when the wind doesn't cooperate or the ability to short tack up a narrow river, the eProp is the perfect solution for any XCAT sailor!

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Fast & Easy Assembly The XCAT assembles with no tools or hardware. There are audible *clicks* when things get attached or are tight. This lets you know that it is locked and ready. Once you are familiar with the process, assembly can be done in about 10-15 minutes. The Red Beard Record is seven minutes and thirty seconds.

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Genoa with Barber Hauler Oversized 110% genoa allows for the XCAT to be rigged with a much shorter mast without sacrificing performance. This reduces heel in heavy winds and allows you to sail under bridges for which other other sailboats would have to de-mast. The centralized genoa cleats allow you to trim regardless of which side of the boat you are on. The barber hauler, typically seen on racing boats, allows you to haul the genoa clew closer to the centerline, allowing you to point higher on the wind.

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Kick-up Rudder The anodized aluminum rudder is resilient and perfectly formed. There is a built in lifting and kick up feature. You can easily lift the rudder to clear any seaweed or for shallow waters.

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Dyneema Shrouds Dyneema shrouds are lightweight, easy to store and still allow for an incredibly tight rig that is ready to withstand heavy winds. The shrouds feature a double shackle system where it attaches to the boat. This makes the XCAT easier to right from a capsize by lightweight sailors.

XCAT Sail Technical Specifications

Packing & assembly specifications.

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XCAT Sail Featured Accessories

Sail it. row it. power it. go ahead, it's your move.

The XCAT combines versatility, portability and performance in a way that no other boat on the market can. The XCAT Sail is perfect for achieving your fitness goals, or use it on your next river or lake rowing adventure. You can maximize the XCAT’s versatility by powering it with an optional outboard motor, or add a sailing kit to XCAT RowVista for the ability to row and sail at the same time.

XCAT Sailing Equipment Set

XCAT Sailing Equipment Set

The X-Cat Sail is a great boat, but with the addition of these select accessories, you can really round out the whole experience. The Hiking Seats provide more ergonomic seating plus added storage for oars and paddles. The Bow Mesh provides a lot of storage capacity for gear and an anchor without cluttering up the main tramp. The Tiller-Fix can hold the tiller steady while sailing or off center for solo paddling from one side. The X-Cat is stable enough to do without, but it is highly recommended to have hiking straps equipped.

  • Increase storage without cluttering the main trampoline.
  • Adjustable Hiking Seats provide curb-height seating in high winds or tilted as a backrest in light winds.
  • All of the most popular accessories for the X-Cat bundled at a $120+ discount.

Accessory Kit Includes: One Bow Mesh ($525 Value), One Pair of Hiking Seats Plus Storage Bag ($555 Value), One Pair of Hiking Straps ($125 Value), One Tiller-Fix ($65 Value).

RowVista® Forward Rowing System Add-On

The world’s best forward rowing system with linkage mechanism and blade feathering integrated. The RowVista system holds both national and international patents, and pending patents. If you want to maximize your X-Cat Sail with the ability to row & sail at the same time, then the RowVista is the best system for you.

  • When combined with a sail, the revolutionary forward-rowing systems allows you to row and sail the X-Cat at the same time.
  • Oarlocks snap onto the side beams without the need for tools.
  • A technical masterpiece – Oar blade feathering despite reverse direction.
  • No energy is wasted thanks to the highly efficient linkage.
  • During sailing, the oars are folded together and can be stowed under the seat.

Kit Includes: XCAT RowVista® rowlocks, foot stretcher, sliding seat, stopper, bag. 1p RowVista® forward rowing Carbon oars (81”) with linkage mechanism & blade feathering integrated, and RowVista® sculls Storage Bag.

RowVista® Forward Rowing System Add-On

RowMotion Classic Rowing System Add-On

The classical method of rowing, straight sticks with a flappy bit on one end. Pull the sticks and off you go, it’s as simple as that. The RowMotion is the classical rowing setup for the X-Cat Catamaran. These oars will get you moving when the wind dies down. it definitely beats the heck out of paddling with a little rescue paddle. Equipped with Concept2 oarlocks, you can use your old oars from college, or add our 2 piece carbon oars in the list below to get you upstream with two paddles.

  • Carbon fiber sculls with an adjustable cuff make blade feathering easy.
  • Concept2 oarlocks are familiar to any rower and are the perfect fit for any aftermarket oar.
  • During sailing, the oars can be stowed behind the optional Hiking Seats.

XCAT eProp Inboard Motor

XCAT eProp Inboard Motor

XCAT Mast Float

XCAT Mast Float

XCAT Launching Hull Cradles

XCAT Launching Hull Cradles

XCAT Roof Rack Accessory Kit

XCAT Roof Rack Accessory Kit



XCAT Anchor

XCAT Anchor

XCAT Launching Cart

XCAT Launching Cart

XCAT Launching Cart with Balloon Tires

XCAT Launching Cart with Balloon Tires

XCAT Additional Center Beam Seat

XCAT Additional Center Beam Seat

HIKO Dry Bag for Paddleboards

HIKO Dry Bag for Paddleboards

XCAT Dry Bag

XCAT Dry Bag

XCAT Hiking Straps

XCAT Hiking Straps

XCAT Tiller-Fix

XCAT Tiller-Fix

ROWonAIR Separable 2-Piece Oars

Carbon 2-Piece Oars for ROWonAIR and XCAT


XCAT Bow Mesh / Front Trampoline

Side beam clamping block railblaza.

XCAT Fenders

XCAT Fenders

XCAT Tie Down Strap

XCAT Tie Down Strap

XCAT Hiking Seats

XCAT Hiking Seats

XCAT Small Bag

XCAT Small Bag

Xcat velcro strap.

XCAT RowMotion Add-On Option

XCAT RowMotion Add-On Option

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XCAT WARRANTY 2-Year Warranty against defects in the material or workmanship that affect usability. XCAT does not require that you register your boat for registration. To file a claim or for assistance with your XCAT, please email us at [email protected] or give us a call at 410-705-5026.

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15 Small Liveaboard Catamarans

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If you want to live on the sea, catamarans are probably the most comfortable way of doing it. Unlike monohulls, catamarans have two hulls, giving you a smooth sailing experience and more interior space. There are tons of small catamarans, each with its pros and cons.  

The smallest cruising/liveaboard sailing catamaran is the Smart Cat S280. With a length overall of 27.9 feet (8.5 meters), it offers the most economical and spacious living area you can find on any liveaboard catamaran today. 

In this article, I’ll talk about the Smart Cat S280, and then ill show you alternatives. This article is meant to give you examples of boats that might be interesting and it’s a jumping-off point for further research into what suits you the best.

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How To Pick a Small Catamaran

Small catamarans are great if you’re on a budget. They’re also ideal if you want a modest space without too much going on inside. However, every small-size catamaran varies in features and design. So, if you’re looking for one, there are a few essential factors you have to bear in mind.  


When choosing a catamaran , your decision depends on what level of performance you need from the boat. Your choice will often come from what you’re going to use the boat for. 

However, the performance of a catamaran is a critical factor for safety as well. For example, the sail plan significantly affects the catamaran’s stability offshore.

Some performance features you have to keep in mind when choosing a catamaran include:

  • Average Speed upwind and downwind
  • How much weight can be loaded before performance is impacted

Interior Layout

Despite their size, small catamarans come with a variety of living spaces. In between the hulls, you’ll find different types of amenities, including a kitchen, lounge, and dining area.  

Every catamaran comes with a unique arrangement for its cabins. Usually, you’ll also have cabins in the two hulls and sometimes a master cabin on the deck. The deck may also have a sitting space with trampoline areas to relax.

The cabins on a catamaran are sometimes referred to as berths. Manufacturers modify one or two berths to make a bathroom with a toilet and showerhead or “head.”

Exterior Design

The interior features are essential because they determine not only your living condition while onboard but also how easily the boat can be sailed, are all lines drawn to the cockpit?

Now that we know how to choose sailing catamarans, let’s look at the smallest liveaboard catamarans on the market today, starting with the most compact one.

Smart Cat S280: The Smallest Liveaboard Catamaran

The Smart Cat S280 is the smallest catamaran on the market today. The Korean-made catamaran offers a mix of space, shallow sailing, and affordability.

At the 2020 Miami Boat Show, the starting price of the Smart Cat S280 was $149,900.

It runs on a 19.8 Yamaha HorsePower engine with a 50 Horse Power option. Depending on your location, you can drop down or lift the engine out of the water. It holds a 102-liter (26.94-gallon) fuel tank and a 135-liter (35.66-gallon) water tank. 

The open hard-top version is ideal for summer sailing and boat parties. The cat is also available in a closed “house” version, allowing more privacy and climate protection. 

The boat features three queen-sized berths, office space, and a kitchen area. It has two living configurations:

  • Three cabins and one head
  • Two cabins and two heads

Each cabin berth has a double-sized bed. The bathroom contains a sink, a head and handheld shower, and an electric toilet. The wide lounge area with two trampolines can accommodate at least four seating positions. It also contains a drop-down anchor with an electric windlass.

The interior is fitted with broad windows and drop-down blinds, cabinet lockers, tour-size hanging closets, and LED step lights to guide you when lights are dim. It also has an 18,000 BTU air conditioning system controlled from the inside. The ceiling has a vinyl finishing, an upgrade from the carpet fabric finishing in previous models.

The kitchen space comes with storage cabinets, a DC 12 V 50-liter (13.2-gallon) refrigerator, enclosed refrigerator, microwave, coffee maker, electric stove burner, and a sink. It is wired with a Fusion audio system that includes two speakers.

The Smart Cat S280 supplies hot water to the kitchen and bathroom, thanks to an AC 120 V 6-gallon water heater. The head floor is wooden, while the cockpit has a patterned Seadek floor. 

The boat has a VHF radio, a Garmin sail pack navigation package, and a Garmin GPS Chart Plotter. It also includes wind speed and direction equipment, a depth sounder, and a compass. The rigging is performed with a steering wheel.


The dimensions of the Smart Cat S280 are:

The Smart Cat S280 has made its mark as the ideal small-size cruise cat. However, there are other options on the market.

Other Small Sailing Catamarans

The Dean 365 is suitable for cruising coastal grounds. Made by Dean Catamarans in South Africa, it is 36 feet (10.97 meters) long with single or twin diesel engines. It can be configured to have four cabins and one showerhead or three cabins and two showerheads.

At $50,000, it features:

  • A 3-foot draft (0.91 meters)
  • A mast height of 46 feet (14.02 meters)
  • A Fixed Keels underbody
  • Weight of 6 tons (5,443.1 kg)
  • Speed of 6 to 7 knots
  • A beam of 17.7 feet (5.39 meters)

The Gemini 105 is one of the flagship boats of Gemini Catamarans. Initially manufactured in Maryland, the compact cat is now made in Florida. It’s 33 feet (10.05 meters) long with a layout of three cabins and one head.

Costing around $100,000, it contains:

  • Mast height of 47 feet (14.32 meters)
  • Maximum draft height of 5 feet (1.52 meters)
  • One diesel engine
  • Centerboards underbody
  • A beam of 14 feet (4.26 meters)
  • Speed of 8 knots
  • Weight of 4.8 tons (4,800 kg)

At 36 feet (10.97 meters), the Mahe 36 has two inboard diesel engines with sail drives. It contains three cabins and one head, or two cabins and two heads. 

Commonly found in the Caribbean, it costs about $300,000 and comes with:

  • A maximum draft height of 3.6 feet (1.09 meters)
  • Mast height of 55 feet (16.76 meters)
  • Fixed Keels underbody
  • A beam of 19.4 feet (5.91 meters)
  • A weight of 5.5 tons (4,989.52 kg)
  • A speed of 7 to 11 knots

Endeavor 36

The Endeavor 36 is a three-cabin catamaran commonly found in the United States coastal areas. This catamaran was made for easy handling and comfort. It is powered by twin diesel engines and costs about $100,000. 

It is 36 feet (10.97 meters) long and features:

  • A mast height of 47 feet (14.32 meters)
  • A maximum draft of 2.75 feet (0.84 meters)
  • An underbody of Fixed Keels
  • A beam of 15 feet (4.57 meters)
  • A speed of up to 8 knots

This catamaran is 37 feet (11.27 meters) long with an interior layout of four cabins. Running on twin diesel engines, it costs about $150,000. 

It also has:

  • A maximum draft height of 3.35 feet (1.02 meters)
  • A mast height of 55 feet (16.76 meters)
  • A beam of 19.68 feet (5.99 meters)
  • A fixed Keels underbody
  • A weight of 4.5 tons (4,500 kg)
  • A speed of up to 11 knots

Seawind 1000

The Seaweed 1000 is an Australian-made catamaran that is 37 feet (11.27 meters) long. It’s ideal for bluewater cruising with four cabins, one head, and a twin gas outboard engine. 

It costs over $150,000 and features:

  • A maximum draft height of 3.2 feet (0.97 meters)
  • A beam of 19.42 feet (5.92 meters)
  • A weight of 4 tons (4,000 kg)
  • A speed of 4.5 knots

PDQ 36 Capella

Designed by Alan Slater, the PDQ 36 Capella is a 36-foot (10.97 meter) long catamaran that costs around $100,000. Its engines can be single or twin gas outboard. It can also run on a twin diesel inboard engine. It contains two or three cabins and one or two heads. 

Some of its other features include:

  • A maximum draft height of 2.8 feet (0.85 meters)
  • A maximum mast height of 47 feet (14.32 meters)
  • A beam of 18.25 feet (5.56 meters)
  • A speed of 7 knots

Lagoon 37 TPI

The Lagoon 37 TPI is 37 feet (11.27 meter) long and costs over $100,000. It is a rare classic catamaran with three or four cabins and two heads. It uses two inboard diesel engines. 

  • A maximum draft height of 4 feet (1.21 meters)
  • A speed of 7 to 14 knots
  • A beam of 20.17 feet (6.15 meters)
  • A weight of 5.3 tons (5,300 kg)

This catamaran is 29.25 feet (8.92 meters) long, making it one of the smallest and most affordable on this list. With either a single gas outboard engine or twin inboard diesel engines, it’s an excellent catamaran for sailing the North Sea. 

It costs about $50,000, and features:

  • A tabernacle mast
  • A mast height of 54.5 feet (16.61 meters)
  • A draft of 3.33 feet (1.02 meters)

Prout 37 Snowgoose

The Prout 37 Snowgoose is 37 feet (11.27 meters) long and came after the Prout 35. It’s a great choice for bluewater sailing with three cabins and one head. They cost about $100,000 and run on a single outdrive engine, although some rare models have twin inboard engines. 

They also contain:

  • A maximum draft of 2.08 feet (0.63 meters)
  • A mast height of 40 feet (12.19 meters)
  • A weight of 5.5 tons (5,500 kg)
  • A draft of 3 feet (0.91 meters)
  • A beam of 6.25 feet (1.91 meters)

The Lagoon 380 is a bluewater catamaran that runs on twin diesel engines. Its price is $100,000, and it measures 37 feet (11.27 meters) in length. The boat launched in 1999 and is primarily found in Europe and the United States.

Some of its features include:

  • Two or three cabins and two heads
  • A mast height of 56.1 feet (17.09 meters)
  • A maximum draft of 3.83 feet (1.17 meters)
  • A beam of 21.42 feet (6.53 meters)
  • A speed of up to 10 knots
  • A weight of 7.1 tons (7,100 kg)

Prout Event 34

The Prout Event 34 looks just like the Snowgoose, although the latter is slightly bigger. It has two diesel engines that can support bluewater sailing. At 34 feet (10.36 meters), it costs nearly $30,000. 

The Prout Event 34’s interior includes three berths, one head, and office space. This catamaran is not commonly found worldwide, though a few can be located on European and American coastlines. 

It contains:

  • Maximum draft height of 2.72 feet (0.82 meters)
  • Mast height of 30.25 feet (9.22 meters)
  • A beam of 15.7 feet (4.78 meters)
  • A speed of 7 to 9 knots

Endeavor 30

The Endeavor 30 is 30 feet (9.14 meters) long with two cabins, a galley, a dining area, and two heads. Manufactured by Florida-based Endeavor Catamaran Corporation, the $80,000 catamaran has:

  • Sails that reach 7.5 knots
  • Mast height of 48 feet (14.63 meters)
  • Maximum draft of 2.83 feet (0.86 meters)
  • Headroom of 6.33 feet (1.93 meters)
  • A beam of 14.5 feet (4.42 meters)
  • A weight of 3.5 tons (3,500 kg)

Maine Cat 30

The Maine Cat 30 is a 30-foot (9.14 meters) long catamaran that costs over $100,000. It features a 26-gallon fuel tank and a 63-gallon (286.4 liter) freshwater tank. It has three double berths and one single berth.

The Maine Cat 30 contains:

  • A weight of 3 tons (3,000 kg)
  • 18-foot beam (5.48 meters)
  • Maximum draft of 5 feet (1.52 meters)
  • A speed of 5.5 to 6.5 knots
  • A mast height of 48 feet (14.63 meters)

Key Takeaways

The smallest liveaboard catamaran, the Smart Cat S280, is 27.9 feet (8.5 meters) long. However, numerous other options are available if you are looking for a small liveaboard catamaran.

Each of these options comes with different interior designs, exterior features, and performance specifications, so look at all your options to pick the best one for you!

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S/V Marlove is a 2011 Lagoon 450 F Owner version catamaran, for sale by owner. EU VAT PAID, NEVER chartered, she is viewable in Bahamas from Jan 10th, in perfect shape.

Replacing an icon is never easy, but when the Lagoon 450 replaced the 440, a new benchmark was created. The Lagoon 450 has taken several items ideas from its predecessor, enhanced them through owner feedback, and created a larger sail area for favorable cruising speeds.

The 450 flybridge version gives optimal visibility and access to sailing controls while providing easy access to the main cockpit and seating areas via twin stair wells. Cushions and lounging areas abound for the family and crew to relax under way or in port. The Sport version of the 450 allows boaters who wish to enjoy the comfort of a catamaran of 45 feet in a more conventional version, with a helm post on bulkhead in place of the flybridge.

As with all Lagoon catamarans the vertical windows provide superb visibility while maximizing interior space and keeping the interior cool under those overhanging eyebrows. Decks are easy to move around on with flush deck hatches. Lagoon’s proprietary gull wing bridge-deck design minimizes slamming in big seas.

The engines are 2200 hours, fully accessories included watermark, washing machines and dryer, ice maker, Fully AC, dishwasher, generator 11Kw, new sail 2022, new electronic 2022, Teak ,full of spare parts, new life raft (2022). All safety equipment are in and new (2022) and so much more.

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  • White GRP with balsa sandwich core down to waterline
  • Solid GRP below the waterline and including keels
  • Infusion moulded


  • Owners Version Comfort package Upgrade with 3 spacious cabins including aircon
  • Owners suite in starboard hull, desk and settee
  • 2 ensuite double cabins in port hull
  • All cabins have private bathrooms with sinks, showers, and upgraded electric toilets w/ quiet saltwater flush
  • Wooden spring bed slats w/ queen mattresses (all cabins)
  • Large main salon with panoramic view (standing headroom 6'9")
  • Crusair 48,000 BTU A/C (full-interior)
  • Custom varnished Wood Dining Table foldable
  • New upholstery to bench seats (April ‘22)with storage underneath (seats 6 people)
  • Additional well storage compartment built into floor
  • Padded stools for extra storage
  • Forward-facing navigation station with extra Aixom 12
  • Bose speakers
  • Refrigerator
  • Stainless steel Freezer
  • CAM 3 Burner Cooktop in glass
  • Dishwashing machine
  • Microwave with oven and grill
  • Nespresso coffee machine
  • Pressure cooker
  • All cookware
  • Cockpit cushions with 6 scatter cushions
  • Dining table
  • Teak floors
  • Waterproof speakers 2
  • 4 Propane Tanks
  • Additional fridge 34 gals
  • Generous storage locker
  • BBQ Grill Magma
  • Locking aluminum sliding door
  • Aeration hatch
  • Direct access to helm station on starboard side in teak


  • Largest possible flybridge bimini fully enclosed
  • Leather-wrapped steering wheel
  • B&G Zeus 3 12'' NAV Center
  • B&G Portable Handheld VHF
  • Additional VHF for shore excursions
  • Ais b&g transceiver with antenna coupling​​​
  • B&G 4g Radar
  • Full Engine Controls
  • Autopilot controls (also in Salon)
  • Raymarine remote autopilot control
  • second independent autopilot
  • Depth sounder
  • Log Speedometer
  • Wind Speed and Direction
  • Quick Digital Chain Counter
  • Starlink internet
  • Circuit Type: Direct Current 12V/Alternating Current 230V
  • Onan genset 11 KW 220v / 50hz + cocoon​​​ 1450 hrs @ Dec23
  • 60A battery charger
  • 6x 120amp AGM house batteries ( new in March.’22)
  • power inverter - 2000w
  • 650 watt solar fitted on stainless steel custom built platform
  • 2 Shore cords for power and aircon

Deck & Hull

  • U-shaped foredeck seating area w/ Sunbrella dark grey upholstery
  • Deck Shower (Hot/Cold)
  • Custom Wood Pulpit Seats varnished
  • Generator locker and extra storage under seating
  • Deck Wash Down Outlet
  • Deck Light on Mast
  • Blue LED Lighting on Transom Steps, Cockpit, and Flybridge
  • Upgraded swim ladder at sugar scoop
  • Access to Windless and Chain Locker by Vertical Panel
  • Electric winch for dinghy
  • Electric winch

Sails & Rigging

  • Dacron square top main sail with full-length battens new 2022
  • Dacron furling genoa w/ white UV protection strip ( New 2022)
  • Code 0 sail in Dacron
  • Aluminum mast w/ ball bearing batten cars
  • Double spreader rig
  • Aluminum boom
  • 2 cap shrouds w/ chafe guards, 2 lower shrouds w/ chafe guards, furling forestay
  • Slab reefing with 3 reefing points
  • lazy jacks and bag( need to be fixed)
  • Double purchase Dyneema halyard
  • Halyard and sheet blocks
  • Gennaker in very good shape
  • Spinnaker never used

Engines & Mechanical

  • 2 x Yanmar 54 hp diesel engines (5jh54) with 3 blade folding props
  • Yanmar sail drives
  • Engine Hours @ Dec ‘23 P 2210 S 2254
  • Highfield 350 grey with Honda engine BH20hp​ with cover (new 2020)

Navigation Equipment

  • ray marine remote autopilot control
  • 6 person liferaft ( purchased Oct ‘22)
  • First aid kits
  • 3 flare guns plus various flares new 2023 Oct
  • 6 lifejackets new 2022
  • 2 horse rescue mob
  • Life sling 2

Anchor & Docking

  • 40 kg Rocna anchor on 300 ft of 1/2 chain
  • Fortress folding Anchor FX37, chain and warp
  • Anchor windlass handheld remote
  • Anchor ball to display when anchored
  • Heavy duty mooring lines
  • Quick windlass 1900w


  • Stern cleats reinforced
  • New trampoline (June ‘20)
  • New topping lift ( June 20)
  • New Main halyard ( June 20)
  • Inflatable paddle Board
  • Numerous Filters, Pumps, Hoses, etc for Maintenance
  • Tools including drill, reciprocal saw, jigsaw, polishing machine, heat gun
  • 1 pressure washers 220V
  • Dive tank and compressor ( 2 lt)

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Without question, the sailing catamaran is the most active category of pleasure boat today, with a growing number of builders using fresh designs from a variety of naval architects. In the past decade, the sailing cat has gone from somewhat of an oddity to fully mainstream, as the benefits of the catamaran concept eventually lures traditional sailors away from the teak interiors and heeling in a monohull. Those new to sailing and cruising have no predetermined opinions, so are easily convinced of the advantages of a sailing cat, not having any familiarity of the issues associated with the catamaran’s early history.

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There are no less than 20 builders of sailing catamarans around the world, and it is quite difficult to distinguish one from another at a boat show, where they take up significant real estate. Global catamaran builders now include Seawind, Leopard, St. Francis, Majestic, Knysna, Kinetic, Maverick, Antares, Lagoon, Discovery, Catania, Outremer, Nautitech, Fountaine Pajot, Balance, Bali, and Xquisite. There are also many custom yards, such as Alwoplast in Chile, that build custom cats to the designs of Chris White and Malcolm Tennant. It is an understatement to say the sailing catamaran has come of age.

The wide beam of the catamaran offers tremendous stability and visually open space. Accommodations are significantly greater that those offered by a monohull of the same length. Unless one is looking at a model built for the charter business, which maximizes the number of staterooms, the living spaces can be easily tailored for a liveaboard agenda with master stateroom, en-suite head, and storage in one of the hulls. Some cats put the master accommodations on the bridgedeck, so owners are not forced to sleep in a relatively narrow hull.

Modern sailing gear and systems make these boats much simpler to sail, but one must be aware of the wind conditions, as sailing cats don’t heel, so it isn’t obvious when it is time to reef or shorten sails as on a monohull. An eye on the wind speed indicator tells you it is time to shorten sail to not overpower the boat. Early catamarans could turn upside down and remain quite stable inverted. Modern cruising cats do not have this tendency, and it is rare for this to happen except for racing catamarans that push the envelope far offshore.

The wide and open bridgedeck allows a nice galley and saloon layout with large windows that keep things bright and appealing, wide sliding pocket doors often open onto the aft cockpit, creating a unique and open living space that is hard to beat except on a superyacht. Spending quality time in an anchorage with the boat opened is about as good as it gets.

Sailing cats are also known for the wonderful ability to have a large dinghy on davits between the hulls. This is not to be understated, as a good dinghy is vital for a cruising boat, and this is by far the best way to carry a dinghy. It is simple work to raise the dinghy at the end of the day, keeping its bottom clean and out of touch of sticky fingers when cruising remote areas.

In these days of social media, a growing number of couples sustain their cruising lifestyle through Patreon donations from their YouTube channels. This has become one of the best marketing programs ever devised. Interestingly, many of these couples were new to sailing, and started with a sailing cat. Other couples may have started their travels on a monohull but switched over to a catamaran after visiting other YouTubers on their cat. They saw firsthand that the step up in livability is profound. Watching the weekly exploits of young couples exploring the world on their sailing cats has captured the imagination of millions of people. No one has done a better job of promoting life on a sailing cat than these people, and a few of the most popular channels have over a million subscribers. No print ad in any magazine can approach such lifestyle marketing.

Catamarans don’t like weight, especially in the ends of the boat, although that is less of an issue then it once was. Still, it is healthy to be mindful of what comes aboard, and rather than bring dozens of books to read while circling the globe, it is better to have one’s library on a Kindle. That is a practical example of the mantra of the cruising catamaran sailor. And while a cruising cat may have water tankage for a couple hundred gallons of water, a water maker is often installed.

Sailing cats come with two engines set far apart, using either straight drives or sail drives. This is more than enough for economical operation and great maneuverability.  As cats don’t require much horsepower to move through the water, sailing cats between 42 and 46 feet typically have diesel engines rated at only 29 to 40hp.

Living on a catamaran at anchor is delightful, as the open space, especially on the newer designs, is open, protected, and spacious. Cats need a bridle when anchoring to keep them from swinging back and forth, which keep the anchor rode between the hulls. It is not a difficult skill to learn but is key to successful anchoring.

There is something quite idyllic about enjoying morning coffee on a swim platform, watching the fish that tend to circle around in the shaded water between the hulls.

The success of the modern sailing catamaran is ample proof that it is one of the most attractive choices for sailing and cruising. There are projects under way to take them even further as the boat of the future, with solar arrays, lithium battery technology, and developing electric drive systems to make them carbon free. No other cruising boat is a better platform for these developments, so it is likely sailing catamarans will be the tip of the spear of the future greener boating experience.

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The Ultimate Guide to Choosing Between a Sailboat or Catamaran for Your Sailing Adventures

C hoosing between a sailboat and a catamaran for your sailing adventures is a significant decision that depends on various factors, including your sailing preferences, experience level, budget, and intended use. Here's an ultimate guide to help you make an informed decision:

1. Sailing Experience:

  • Sailboats: Typically require more skill and experience to handle, especially in adverse weather conditions. Ideal for sailors who enjoy the traditional feel of sailing and are willing to invest time in learning and mastering the art.
  • Catamarans: Easier to handle, making them suitable for beginners. The dual-hull design provides stability, reducing the learning curve for those new to sailing.

2. Space and Comfort:

  • Sailboats: Generally have a narrower beam and less living space. However, some sailboats may offer comfortable cabins and amenities.
  • Catamarans: Wider beam creates more living space. Catamarans often have multiple cabins, spacious saloons, and expansive deck areas, providing a more comfortable living experience.

3. Stability:

  • Sailboats: Monohulls can heel (lean) while sailing, which some sailors enjoy for the thrill but can be discomforting for others.
  • Catamarans: Greater stability due to the dual hulls, providing a more level sailing experience. Reduced heeling makes catamarans suitable for those prone to seasickness.

4. Performance:

  • Sailboats: Known for their upwind performance and ability to sail close to the wind. Some sailors appreciate the challenge of optimizing sail trim for efficiency.
  • Catamarans: Faster on a reach and downwind due to their wide beam. However, they may not point as high into the wind as monohulls.
  • Sailboats: Typically have a deeper draft, limiting access to shallow anchorages and requiring deeper marina berths.
  • Catamarans: Shallow draft allows access to shallower waters and secluded anchorages, providing more flexibility in cruising destinations.
  • Sailboats: Generally more affordable upfront, with a wide range of options available to fit different budgets.
  • Catamarans: Often more expensive upfront due to their size and design. However, maintenance costs may be comparable or even lower in some cases.

7. Mooring and Docking:

  • Sailboats: Easier to find slips and moorings in marinas designed for monohulls.
  • Catamarans: Require wider slips and may have limited availability in certain marinas, especially in crowded anchorages.

8. Intended Use:

  • Sailboats: Ideal for traditional sailors who enjoy the art of sailing, racing enthusiasts, or those on a tighter budget.
  • Catamarans: Suited for those prioritizing comfort, stability, and spacious living areas, especially for long-term cruising and chartering.

9. Resale Value:

  • Sailboats: Generally have a more established resale market, with a wider range of buyers.
  • Catamarans: Growing in popularity, and well-maintained catamarans often retain their value.

10. Personal Preference:

  • Consider your personal preferences, the type of sailing you plan to do, and the kind of lifestyle you want aboard your vessel.

In conclusion, both sailboats and catamarans have their advantages and disadvantages. Your decision should be based on your individual preferences, experience level, budget, and intended use. If possible, charter both types of vessels to experience firsthand how they handle and to help make a more informed decision based on your own preferences and needs.

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