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What are catamaran sailing vessels?Catamaran sailboats are larger size, sailing vessels frequently used for time-honored activities such as overnight cruising and day sailing. Boats of this kind can range in size, with the shortest vessel currently listed measuring 16 feet in length, up to the longest vessel listed at 86 feet long. Catamaran sailing vessels are assembled by a wide variety of boat building companies with hull types including catamaran, monohull and modified vee designs. These sailboats have a minimum total sail area of 218 square feet, a maximum total sail area of 2,012 square feet and an average of 1,028 square feet.Boat Trader currently has 149 catamaran sailboats for sale, including 45 new vessels and 104 used and custom yachts listed by both individuals and professional yacht brokers and boat dealerships mainly in United States.




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Some of the most popular, masterful builders of catamaran sailing vessels currently include: Lagoon, Fountaine Pajot, Leopard, Seawind and Bali. These builders may produce catamaran sailing vessels with secondary inboard, outboard, inboard/outboard, outboard-4S and other propulsion systems, available in diesel, gas and other fuel systems.


Catamaran sailing vessels have a rich legacy as vessels that are sought-after due to their deeper draft and exceptionally wide beam - attributes that make these vessels exceptionally ideal for overnight cruising and day sailing. The maximum amount of passengers for catamaran sailing vessels currently listed on Boat Trader is 16 people, with an average capacity of 15 people.


Catamaran sailboats are larger size, sailing vessels frequently used for time-honored activities such as overnight cruising and day sailing. Boats of this kind can range in size, with the shortest vessel currently listed measuring 16 feet in length, up to the longest vessel listed at 86 feet long. Catamaran sailing vessels are assembled by a wide variety of boat building companies with hull types including catamaran, monohull and modified vee designs. These sailboats have a minimum total sail area of 218 square feet, a maximum total sail area of 2,012 square feet and an average of 1,028 square feet.\\n\\nBoat Trader currently has 149 catamaran sailboats for sale, including 45 new vessels and 104 used and custom yachts listed by both individuals and professional yacht brokers and boat dealerships mainly in United States.


This sleek and spacious yacht will exceed all your expectations, without sacrificing comfort or performance. Built by Robertson & Caine and designed by Naval Architects, Simonis & Voogd, this mid-size catamaran features three private staterooms, each with its own en-suite bath.


With comfort, space, and outdoor living area in mind, we bring to you the next generation of Moorings catamaran, the Moorings 5000.Designed to replace the award-winning Moorings 4800. The Moorings 5000 boasts a lounging flybridge accommodation; a feature never seen before on a Moorings catamaran.This exciting yacht is the ideal layout for anyone looking for more outdoor living space. The flybridge includes a lounge area, table, shade awning, exterior speakers, and a sunbed. Access to the flybridge is provided by floating stairs leading up from the aft cockpit.While under sail passengers can move about the fly bridge with ample headroom and never worry about interference from the boom.Enjoy the pride of yacht ownership without the hassles or expenseSpend more time on the water. Visit the world's most spectacular cruising grounds. Treat family and friends to a new perspective. Leave the maintenance, insurance, and dockage to us. Here's how it works: You own the boat We take care of it at no cost to you You receive guaranteed monthly revenue You sail at 20 worldwide destinations


The new Sixty Solar Sail by Xquisite Yachts is the ultimate luxury cruising catamaran for couples and families to explore our oceans in safety and comfort without sacrificing the sailing performance. She's fast and luxurious at the same time and designed for completely single handed sailing.6kW solar panels, 44kWh Li-ion battery bank and 10kW inverters can handle all onboard appliances, even the air-conditioners without having to run the generator.Parallel hybrid propulsion system available as an option.


The HIN is found on a metal or plastic plate, typically on the transom of the boat, usually on the right starboard (right) side of the transom within two inches of the top of transom, gunwale, or hull/deck joint, whichever is lowest. On vessels without transoms, or impractical to use transoms, the HIN is usually affixed to the starboard (right) outboard side of hull, aft, within one foot of the stern and within two inches of the top of the hull side, gunwale or hull/deck joint, whichever is lowest. On catamarans and pontoon boats with replaceable hulls, the HIN is usually affixed to the aft crossbeam, within one foot of the starboard (right) hull attachment.


The charter company you choose might steer you toward a particular make of catamaran. The Moorings sells mainly Robertson & Caine catamarans, branded as either Moorings or Sunsail boats. Dream Yacht sells Bali, Fountaine-Pajot and Lagoon. Horizon Yacht Charters sells Nautitech, Lagoon and Fountaine-Pajot. Navigare sells Fountaine-Pajot, Lagoon, Nautitech and Sunreef.


The Moorings/Sunsail: The Moorings was founded in 1969. Now, together with Sunsail, the company is owned by Travelopia, a travel company that comprises 50 brands, specializing in sailing, safaris, sports tours and Arctic expeditions. The Moorings and Sunsail sell catamarans built by Robertson & Caine in Cape Town, South Africa. These boats are branded according to their use: A 45-footer for private ownership is branded as a Leopard 45; for charter, a Moorings 4500 or a Sunsail 454. For a limited time, the Moorings is also selling Lagoon cats. Guaranteed-income or variable-income programs available, among others. The company operates 840 charter boats at more than 20 bases around the world. Every year it brings between 150 and 200 new boats into its fleet.


MiniCat is a sailing inflatable catamaran you can take on the plane with you when going on a sailing holidays, is easy to fit in any campervan, motorhome or RVs and is a great addition to your super yacht without the usual storage problems.


"Not long ago I sailed an inflatable catamaran MiniCat with my sister. It sailed really well and it was very fast. I learned that it is easy to assemble and the boat is very well thought out so you do not need much storage space if you are not living near to the sea. It can be carried along in one big bag. Usually advertisements are very much exaggerated but this one really says it like it is. I have seen and sailed numerous inflatable catamarans and this one really stands above them all."


Back when the Privilège 435 was built, Privilège catamarans were constructed by Alliaura Marine in France, and they were truly the Mercedes of the multihull world at that time. While not a performance cat by any means, the 435 was a super-solid yacht, built with great care and the finest components. The 435 is large enough to go anywhere but small enough to handle easily.


This was the first of the Morrelli & Melvin collaborations with South African builder Robertson and Caine and the charter companies owned at the time by TUI Marine to create a catamaran that could be sold both into charter under the Moorings brand and also privately as a Leopard, so effort was made to design a boat with good sailing performance. Gino Morrelli did a good job creating a lot of underwing clearance, the 46 has a powerful rig, and yet its interior still offers spacious sleeping areas and nice flow from the cockpit to the saloon. These can be bought as ex-Moorings charter boats for less than $300,000 but are more costly in the sought-after Leopard owner version.


The largest negative of the Mantas is that people taller than 6 feet will find the saloon headroom right on the edge, and the berths are not especially large. Also, forward visibility from the saloon windows is not particularly panoramic, so the interiors are a bit darker inside than current-generation catamarans.


Be realistic about your sailing plans. Is it your intent to live aboard, do mostly coastal cruising and spend most of your time at a marina or at anchor or are you planning to do long ocean crossings and perhaps sail around the world? A spacious charter catamaran like Lagoon or Leopard may be a great luxury live aboard boat with all the goodies like icemaker, watermaker, airconditioner and luxurious finishes, but it may be slower underway making you regret that choice if cruising long distances.


If you primarily sail on weekends or short trips, a rugged blue water cruiser like Catana or Discovery, with big rig and sails, may be more than you need. So be clear about what you intend to do with the catamaran and hone in on what is important to you right now. Why own and keep up a new expensive offshore catamaran when a smaller or pre-owned catamaran will do the job just fine 041b061a72


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