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2002 Admiral 38,

Sleek Keels.

This catamaran has been thoroughly enjoyed by her current owner. She has been given several upgrades and rigorous maintenance, and this robust offshore cruiser represents herself beautifully. This is a unique opportunity to get a well cared for, ready-to-go liveaboard capable circumnavigator. SLEEK KEELS has 2 aft cabins; they each have 2 cabinets, a shelf and storage space under the queen bed and the seat. The master suite is located on the port side. There is high quality cherry wood finishes on the hatch trims, nav station, cabin doors and galley’s cupboards. There is also a beautiful cherrywood table in the saloon and a table in the cockpit. There are 2 heads: each has a stand-up shower, one has a JABSCO toilet and the other a LECTRA SAN decomposition system, cabinet and high quality stainless steel taps (replaced in 2011). A portable 12000 BTU air conditioner and a microwave oven are included. The salon cushions are also new. Asking $149,000.

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2007 Africat 420,

Fat Cat.

This power cat has a 3 cabin, 3 Head layout fully equipped with Volvo IPS 500s and has always been privately owned and never chartered. 20kt cruise speed. This fully USA specified Africat 42 is duty paid and lying in Ft. Lauderdale now. An extensive refit has just been completed in Ft. Lauderdale by a technical team that specialized in Africat warranty and outfitting. Check this extensive list of refit items that was completed in Oct/Nov 2014. New bottom paint July 2014, Garmin chart plotter, dinghy lift crane, cushions, new windows for fly bridge canvas, A/C compressors, new fridges, water maker service, 2014 dinghy and outboard. Hulls have recently been compounded and waxed and all engine service completed and ready to go cruising. Asking $399,000.

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2011 Atlantic 57,

Hekla.

Hekla is a beautifully finished example of the Chris White-designed Atlantic 57, built by Alwoplast. The owners utilized the artistry of the builders to customize the interior with fantastic results. Laminated gloss varnished bamboo trim is at once unconventional and beautiful. Bamboo is extremely durable as well as rapidly grown for sustainable harvest. Fabrics were carefully chosen to mimic the leafy colors of bamboo and the combination is most eye pleasing. Floors in the accommodation were artistically painted with nautical themes then carefully coated with clear urethane and light non-skid to make them completely durable. Hulls, decks and pilothouse are constructed from vacuum bagged epoxy resin and high-performance uni-glass fabrics cored with “Core-Cell” SAN foam and PVC foam. Additional laminate of Kevlar on the hull bows for extra collision protection. All exterior surfaces are spray painted with linear polyurethane “AlexSeal”coating. Crossbeams are built of uni-directional carbon fiber/epoxy with foam cored epoxy/glass bulkheads. Extensive use is made of uni-directional carbon fiber reinforcement in high load areas of hulls and decks. Interior joiner work and floorboards are all cored panels to provide stiffness at low weight. The mast, main boom, jib boom, forward crossbeam and compression beam are all carbon fiber spars from King Composites. Each hull has a separate aft cabin, which contains a large double berth, hanging locker, built-in dresser, and two bench seats with additional stowage beneath seats and berth. A deck hatch and opening ports provide excellent cross ventilation. The two sleeping cabins amidships contain a large queen sized berth (66″x80”), a hanging locker, built-in dresser, storage cabinet and bookshelf. A large deck hatch and two opening ports provide ventilation.

Forward in each hull is a head and shower compartment equipped with a vanity with polished stainless steel sink with hot/cold pressure water. Toilets are lightweight custom composite bowls with manual water pump. There is even a hot and cold water pressurized shower/rinse station installed on the hull transom boarding platform. Hekla is currently located in the western Caribbean. She is in excellent condition and ready to cruise. Asking $1,390,000.

For more information and photos, visit: www.chriswhitedesigns.com, e-mail: chris@chriswhitedesigns.com or call 508-636-6111.


1984 Crowther 44,

Too Grand.

This beautiful catamaran for sale is a GREAT liveaboard with plenty of head room (6’5″). Sails flat even in 8′ seas! Draws less than 3′. This boat has a mast height, which is low enough to travel down the ICW (under the 65′ bridges). Stainless custom boarding ladder for ease of water access. Designed by famed Australian multihull designer Lock Crowther and built by Melrose Marine, this boat has a decent saloon on the bridgedeck as you walk in, with the owners cabin on the port side and the quest cabin on the starboard side, forward of the galley. Asking $115,900.

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2012 Custom AG 52,

Sesame.

This 52-foot trimaran was originally conceived by a racer for family cruising, designed with stability, speed and safety in mind. Built out of Balsa Epoxy and Kevlar, she is very rigid and weighs only 9T lightweight. Construction began in 2008, she was launched in 2012. Sesame has very modern lines inspired by the panoramic Lagoon roof. She can accommodate 12 in 4 doubles and 4 single berths. Her layout is ideal for family cruising or day charters with her large foredeck. Sesame is easily handled by a couple and capable of a world cruise. The main advantages of this trimaran are: high stability, cruising speed, navigation safety in all weathers. It is lightweight, has panoramic roof, with squarely living room and kitchen offers exceptional comfort, overlooking 360°, It is equipped with quality equipment (HARKEN- Electric winches, watermaker DESSALATOR DELTA SAILS sails, 6.5 KW generator CUMMINS. Currently located in Nosy Be, Madagascar. Asking $394,000.

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1992 Endeavourcat 30,

Merganser.

Considering a LOA of 30 feet, this Endeavourcat has the interior space of a 40-foot monohull. There are two double berth staterooms, a head with a large walk-in shower, a spacious galley and a large U-shaped dining area. Headroom is an incredible six feet, four inches. The sail control lines are led aft on the housetop, including a boom break for gybes. The cockpit is very large. The stability of this multi-hull catamaran makes the wide cockpit work. This boat was designed and built by Endeavour Catamaran Corp. as a comfortable coastal cruiser and live aboard boat. The symmetrical hulls of the catamaran are separated by a V-shaped center section that Endeavour calls a Hydra-cell. The flats have recessed tunnels. It makes the inside of the boat roomy and spacious in height. Endeavour Catamaran sails quietly and easily reaches 7.5 knots in light winds with a comfortable seat in the water. Asking $39,000.

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1997 Fountaine Pajot Tobago 35,

AHA.

AHA is conditioned and ready to set sail to any adventure or outing. The hulls are dedicated to the cabins and the head, located near the owner’s cabin, and are designed for privacy as well as comfort. The owner’s cabin is located to port with two guest cabins on the starboard side. AHA was built for efficiency as it can hold a surprising amount of people despite its size. Most popular with cruising couples, this vessel is ideal for an intimate cruise along the seaside with a loved one, small group of business associates or a joyride along the coastline with a few friends and family. Durable, cozy and surprisingly affordable, the AHA is fully equipped with a newly laminated teak and holly floored galley, navigation table and a refinished dining table all located in the generously sizable salon. Strategically designed for maximum comfort, the salon, with brand new cushion covers, is also partly enclosed to form a cap, which allows protection from the elements while still allowing for an unobstructed view of the coast. Including Yanmar Engines (2GM20FC) with SD20 Sail drives serviced at least once annually. Asking $134,500.

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2006 Fountaine Pajot Eluthera 60,

Highcube.

This cat has a 4 cabin, 4 head owner’s layout. The Eleuthera’s impressive size with its striking appearance shaped by Berret-Racoupeau Yacht Design: oval hull ports, round skylights, with a large cockpit with teak sole, and a banquet-sized dinner table is distinctive and impressive. The Eleuthera is comfortable & easy to move around on, with wide decks provide a solid platform on which to work. Her large, comfortable cockpit accommodate different groups of people who do different things at the same time, allowing those who are sailing not interfere with lunch and vice versa. Operating the Eleuthera from the helm station to starboard of the saloon’s aft bulkhead is a treat because of its 360-degree visibility and the lack of clutter. The big cat answers to her rudders willingly, a trait that’s promoted by the hulls’ rockered shape and short keels. The raked windshield offered protection from wind and spray yet doesn’t hinder communication with the foredeck. The speedometer easily reaches double digits, but she is dry with more than six feet of freeboard and her size softens the ride. 2 -two-speed electric Harken winches on the cabin top make sailing a breeze.
Inside the saloon, the forward-facing nav station to port can is equipped with a remote for the autopilot. The saloon is quiet, and the objects on the table stay put. Eleuthera’s inside/outside living arrangements incorporates the saloon with the cockpit. Asking $799,000.

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2007 Gemini 105Mc,

Midnight Cat.

This cat was never chartered, but was made for cruising with both 16,500 btu air conditioning, fuel polishing system and a never used full Factory enclosure, making her ready to sail away today. Standard Gemini 105Mc model features apply … designed to use in all conditions, cruising, live aboard, gunk holing, or going offshore. The beam is only 14 feet and allows the boat to fit into most all standard slips and be hauled in a standard travel lift. Kick-up rudders and center boards provide an 18 inch draft. Plenty of storage on this catamaran and a spacious open cockpit. The layout of this Gemini catamaran is spacious, open and light. A roomy galley with plenty of counter space, a dinette that converts to a queen size bed, a forward master cabin and two aft cabins. The head has a separate standing shower and plenty of storage. The solid bridge bow deck allows for safe sail handling, extra storage, not to mention a luxurious sun deck. Asking $125,000.

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2008 Gemini 105Mc,

Hemisphere Dancer.

She is a very well kept 2008 Gemini 105Mc in turnkey condition down in Marathon, Florida. She is ready to go with Solar Panels, Air Conditioning, an electric windlass, cockpit hammock, 10’ Hypalon Dinghy with a 9 HP Yamaha Outboard. She has been regularly exercised and well maintained, never chartered and already equipped to start sailing today! The owners, two Coast Guard Auxiliaries, recently transitioned into a motor yacht and want to see their Gem go to a family that will get just as much use and enjoyment out of her as they have. Asking $126,000.

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2013 Gemini Legacy 35,

BayCat.

This cat is LOADED! Code Zero Sail, Generator, Air Conditioning, 2nd Head, Solar Panels, Hammock Seat, Dinghy Davits, Helm Seat, Electric Windlass, full set of Electronics including C90W Display with GPS
and more! Asking $199,000.

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2013 Gemini Legacy 35,

Guero.

The master cabin of the Gemini Legacy 35 is one of the best owners cabins in the sailing industry. A full-queen sized bed with a spectacular view through panoramic windows. The queen-sized bed has been turned athwartship so that access on and off the bed is now at the end as opposed to the side as the previous model Geminis. This means no more climbing over the person sleeping on the outboard side of the bed. Beautifully crafted cabinetry with dressing table and sitting area plus three opening hatches for ample ventilation make this cabin a home away from home. The “owners hull” configuration with the head in the back of the same hull as the master means accessibility, privacy and convenience. The two crew cabins on the standard layout of the new Gemini Legacy 35 are roomy and spacious with beautiful cabinetry for storage and over 6′ of headroom. With a full standing shower and plenty of cabinet storage the head of the Gemini Legacy 35 is functional, easy to maintain and beautifully appointed. Asking $189,995. For more information, contact: classifieds@multihullsmag.com


2000 Island Spirit 37,

Sanctuary.

This is a 4-Cabin, 2-Head Owner’s version. Sanctuary is a great entry-level 37 blue water cruising catamaran with charter option. She has been used as a Caribbean cruiser by one owner for the past six years and has been maintained as such. New Mainsail 2012, New Genoa 2014, New Stack Pack 2014, New Forestay and intermediate shrouds have been replaced in 2013 and 2014. Sanctuary is in sail away condition. Asking $150,000.

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2008 Island Spirit 401,

Rat Catcher.

The Island Spirit was named one of the top ten boats for 2003 by Sail magazine. Built to be lived aboard the Island Spirit will have more space, storage and comfort than most yachts designed for charter fleets. The Island Spirit is a quick cruiser with an excellent safety record yet has the optimum space and design features for a comfortable live aboard and Blue water Cruiser. She has many practical cruising features, developed over many years of extensive sailing experiences. She was designed as a safe offshore bluewater cruiser but her mast length allows you to choose to cruise the ICW should you prefer. 3 cabin owners version. Port Side (Owners Side): Large Owners Suite (Queen Size Bed), lockers and hanging cupboards, study with seat and small desk, printer shelf, wine rack, heads with electric Jabsco toilet and basin. Separate large shower, forward of shower is a large storage/ tool cupboard. Starboard side: two queen size cabins, lockers and hanging cupboards, separate shower, basin and manual toilet. Forward of accommodation in both hulls is a large storage area for sails, fenders, tools, etc (originally designed as two extra sleeping cabins for crew or children when at anchor. Can easily be converted.) Asking $275,000.

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1993 Lagoon 37 TPI,

Survey Says.

Survey Says is a well-equipped and cared for 1993 Lagoon 37 TPI US Built catamaran for sale that is an owner’s version. 2 Owners, never chartered. Highlights to note are that she is a direct shaft driven model vs. Sail Drives along with recent upgrades and repairs. This vessel should be considered “Sail Ready”! This charter version was ordered directly from the Annapolis boat show in 1993 and delivered later that year to the first owner. She has been used exclusively by these 2 very particular owners for extensive blue water cruising. The 6’4″ headroom throughout, a salon & cockpit that each easily seats 8 for cocktails/dinner & numerous custom upgrades makes this truly a one of a kind beauty. Way ahead of her time in sophisticated architecture, yacht grade materials & superior sailing capabilities. Open & airy with lots of light through 10 new hatches & huge salon with wrap around windows. Preferred by live aboards & blue water cruisers for ease of sailing on all points, performance, roominess & exceptional workmanship. She is hull #4 of only 43 of these masterfully built cats. Storage space, openness & living area will astound even the most picky! Asking $145,000. For more information, contact: classifieds@multihullsmag.com


2002 Lagoon 380,

Optimus.

The Lagoon 380 after more than 16 years and 775 hulls is still in production which is a great testament to it’s good design. Optimus is a desirable owner’s version with 3 cabins, 2 heads. Fractional sloop rig. New canvas bimini, dodger, and sailbag. Conservatively sailed throughout the Mediterranean,she has recently crossed the Atlantic with a family of three before cruising extensively throughout the Caribbean. She had been well kept and updated to continue on her journey. Asking $220,000.

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2005 Lagoon 380,

Natasha.

This Lagoon 380 owner’s version (3 cabins/2 heads) catamaran is a very comfortable, livable and manageable platform. The owner cabin is in the starboard hull with a full bath forward, a large queen berth aft and a desk space in between. Storage is excellent with plenty of hanging lockers and shelf space. The main saloon has 6’5” headroom and comfortably seats 8 at the central table with additional storage under the settees. The galley up layout keeps the cook in the middle of the social action and the sliding glass window instantly connects the galley with the cockpit. The large cockpit on the Lagoon 380 will seat 8 comfortably and is open to the interior of the boat with a large sliding glass door and a sliding window to the galley. The helm station on port is well protected from the elements by the cabin top and provides good visibility forward. Asking $275,000.

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2009 Lagoon 420,

Aristotele.

This Four cabin/four head Lagoon 420 Catamaran for Sale is the perfect layout for charter or a large crew/family. Berth for Skipper Cabin and an additional head in starboard bow are just a couple of the great features you will enjoy on your next adventure. Asking $319,000.

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2003 Lagoon Power 43,

Miss Baby.

This is a Lagoon 43 like no other – her owner, a serious fisherman and boater, outfitted her to be totally self-sufficient in the Bahamas or the Caribbean with every possible piece of gear and upgrade required to turn the standard Lagoon power-cat into a turn-key voyager. Water-maker, upgraded Balmar alternators, air conditioning and generator, ice maker, custom hard top Bimini and fly-bridge area, washer and dryer, upgraded AGM battery bank, scuba compressor, top of the line electronics, etc. Miss Baby is an owner’s version. Her layout consists of 3 cabins and 4 heads. The owner’s stateroom aft is the full width of the vessel with a king size bed and a separate shower on the starboard side that includes a sink and vanity and access to a private deck. The two forward staterooms are identical. Each one has an en-suite head and shower. The port guest head features a shower, sump pump and sink. They are accessible from the salon via a gangway and are outfitted with halogen spotlights, reading lights, hanging lockers, drawers under the berth, storage lockers, a seat, access to the escape hatch, and 2 open port holes with curtains. The Main Salon is accessed from the cockpit area (that has a sink/water) via a large sliding glass door. There is a large bay window forward that provides a scenic view. It has bench seating around a wooden table and a built- in bar locker, 2 occasional chairs and an inside steering station forward to starboard that comes fully equipped. The ice-maker in the salon area makes 500 lbs of ice every 24 hours. There is also a Quiet-line washer/dryer. The Galley is starboard in the lower level of the salon. The counter tops have wood fiddles. Equipment includes a 4-burner stove with oven, 12-volt front opening refrigerator, top loading marine deep freezer box with stainless steel holding plates, storage cupboards, cutlery drawer, storage drawer and vegetable baskets. Asking $289,000. For more information, contact: classifieds@multihullsmag.com


2004 Lagoon Power 43,

Kyla Day.

This catamaran for sale is genuinely designed for the private owner, with a modest size and a reasonable price tag. The ergonomics of the entire boat were carefully studied so that moving around on deck, as well as inside, is easy and comfortable. The center cockpit has an open yet protected view of the water, and also has straight access to the salon. This catamaran for sale is capable of long nonstop crossings, quick day runs, fishing trips, coastal navigation, or serious extended cruises! Asking $289,000.

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2004 Lagoon 440,

Dralion.

Even a short look back in time shows how accustomed we have become to luxury in our boats. We expect beautiful wood joinery, smooth fiberglass work, large electrical systems, sophisticated navigation gear, electric winches, effortless sail handling, spacious living areas, and galleys that rival our kitchens at home. The Lagoon 440 has all that, and as the TV ads say, “But wait. That’s not all.” Take a look at our Lagoon 440 catamarans for sale.

Asking $359,000.

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2006 Lagoon 440,

Tres.

This is a charter version with matching hulls and cabins aft and forward for a total of 4 cabins and 4 heads. Great for continuing charter or perfect size for family and entertaining. Panoramic windows abound and capture fantastic views. The L-shaped couch in the salon has storage underneath and an L-shaped galley has generous counter space. Spacious deck for dining, relaxing or catching some sun. Raised helm station allows for tremendous visibility.

Asking $369,000. For more information, contact: classifieds@multihullsmag.com


2006 Lagoon 440,

Graceful Storm.

This is a lightly used Lagoon 440 owner version 3 cabin/ 3 head layout. This catamaran for sale has had continued maintenance and numerous upgrades that include but are not limited to: all electric winches and heads, Up Graded Twin 75 HP Yanmar engines, Double engine controls/rudder joy stick in Nav. Station, air-conditioning, generator and custom hardtop over her flybridge. Graceful Storm features direct and level access from the huge aft cockpit to the main salon with galley up to satisfy the most demanding chef. Alfresco dinning is a breeze with the large pass through window from the galley to the aft cockpit. Aft cockpit dining table and cocktail table are interchangeable with convenient out of the way storage when not in use. In addition to the Fly Bridge helm station, with all sail and engine controls the main salon features Lagoon’s signature 360 degree visibility and a forward facing nav. Station that includes a second set of throttles and joystick steering controls, this interior helm allows comfortable management of the boat in all weather conditions. There is plenty of space to come together or have separate time in her large aft cockpit, large fly bridge or u-shaped forward sitting area. Her main saloon has large vertical windows giving a panoramic view with 6’9” standing headroom. The main salon has a well-equipped large galley, forward facing chart table navigation station with joystick controls and large settee with dinette table. This table is interchangeable with her aft cockpit cocktail table. Her tables store aft in the hard bimini top. To starboard, the private owner’s suite occupies the full length of the hull and includes a queen semi-island bed with storage, lounge area with sofa, desk and dressing area. Her large head has a large separate stall shower with door and plenty of storage space. This whole hull can be closed off by a private sliding door. Two guest staterooms with queen size island beds are to port, each with en suite head and shower. All of this with ample standing headroom of 6’9” or 6’8”throughout. All cabins are light and bright with large fixed hull windows. All 3 heads are electric. Asking $435,000.

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2007 Lagoon 440,

Red Stiletto.

This ex-charter catamaran has 2 aft cabins with queen beds and en-suite head and 2 forward cabins with double beds and en-suite head. Individual air conditioning unit and controls in each cabin and saloon. The galley is in the main saloon to starboard with direct access to cockpit. The large dining table can either be set in saloon or cockpit. The flybridge has a central helm station. Asking $345,000.

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2008 Lagoon 440,

Gulls Nest.

Gulls Nest is a 2008 Owners Version Lagoon 440 (44’8″). We purchased her during the Annapolis boat show in October 2007. Shortly after, she was built on the banks of the Garonne, at the CNB boatyard in Bordeaux. She sailed across the Atlantic to Newport, RI where she was delivered to us in May 2008. Meticulously cleaned and maintained. Very well kept. Never chartered only owner operated. Has every upgrade. Asking $379,000.

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2014 Lagoon 450,

Jasmine City.

Jasmine City is a top quality boat, extremely well equipped and professionally maintained by her full time captain. This 3-cabin owner’s version yacht features everything you would expect from a top quality craft; full electronics, 1200w solar, 2x windgen, 26gph watermaker, a/c, 13.5KW generator, KVH6 sattelite communication and TV systems, washer/dryer, a new hard top bimini with full enclosure, parasailor, dive compressor and gear, Aluminium RIB dinghy and motor and everything on the wishlist. The Lagoon 450 is the perfect balance of space, performance, functionality and ergonomics. This Lagoon 450 catamaran for sale is is a rare beauty, ready to sail off into the sunset. Asking $629,900.

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2009 Lagoon 500,

Antonio.

Lagoon 500, charter version with 5 cabins & 5 heads + crew cabin in bow compartment. Excellent condition. Well equipped. The Lagoon 500 is a luxurious and comfortable yacht for cruising to exotic waters with exceptional performance. The flybridge provides an extra living space with an uninterrupted views of the sea, sails, and stars. Built entirely by the infusion technique, this Lagoon has a structure with optimal quality in rigidity and strength for a precisely controlled weight. Combined with a generous sail area, this carefully monitored displacement promises some excellent performances under sail. Light oak Alpi woodwork and laminated wenge floors for a modern and comfortable look. Asking $499,000.

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2014 Lagoon 52,

Blew By You.

This catamaran is a marvelous combination of improved systems and luxury accommodations. With her diamond-shaped vertical bows, beveled hulls, deckhouse and tall rig, the Lagoon 52 is no ordinary catamaran, but its originality goes a great deal further than just its “outer” appearance, or even its interior layout. She has one owner’s suite + three VIP guest cabins,
and two singles in fore peaks. There a four heads with electric, fresh water flush toilets. There are five showers, including one on the transom. Air Conditioning/Generator. Asking $965,000.

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2016 Lagoon 560 S2,

Hull 085.

The Lagoon 560 gave Lagoon a strong lead in terms of comfort, ergonomics and style, combining the world-renowned talents of the architectural firm VPLP and the design consultants Nauta. The version offers an additional choice of layouts, which are unequaled for this size of catamaran: up to 5 fully independent cabins and the choice between a galley in the port hull or as a centre island. The Lagoon 560, designed for hospitable cruising, offers a layout, which is ideal for accommodating a skipper, who has his own private quarters on board. Asking $1,826,186.

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2005 Lagoon 570,

Platone.

This charter version Lagoon 570 has 5 double cabins and 2 bow cabins, all en-suite with head and shower. The 5th double cabin is accessed from the cockpit and would normally be considered a crew cabin. The galley is down and has ample storage space and various appliances. The main salon has the navigation station midships forward with a large circular dining table and seating as well as an “L” shaped couch with coffee table. There is open access into the cockpit, which provides a large and airy living space. Asking $569,000.

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1999 Leopard 3800,

Paramita.

This Leopard 3800 handles very easily, she has a large cockpit and a well appointed saloon and cabins. This three-cabin version is equipped with master suite that occupies the starboard hull and the two cabins in the port hull share heads and showers. The galley is up in the saloon.
The deck layout is clear and the mainsheet traveler runs on an arch over the transom giving unimpeded access to the water via a wide aft bathing platform. The transom arch also serves to support the aft end of the bimini and to carry the dinghy. Deep louver steps shade the forward sloping saloon windows while providing an easy and secure walkway to the saloon roof. Paramita is equipped with not only a 10.5’ RIB Dinghy with 9.8hp engine, but also air conditining/heat pumps 8gph Village Marine water maker, NexGen 3.5 kw diesel generator in soundbox, (4) 145 watt solar panels (2013), AirX 400 wind generator, a new hot water heater (2014), and 600 watt house bank with (6) Lifeline AGM batteries and 2 life line starting batteries. She also presents 2 Air Heads, these composting, odorless heads require no pumping no hoses or holding tanks. Asking $198,000. For more information, contact: classifieds@multihullsmag.com


1998 Leopard 45,

Madiba.

4 Cabin, 4 Head Charter version. The Leopard 45 has been one of the all time best crewed charter yachts in the Caribbean…this one has new engines and is in near PERFECT CONDITION…MUST SEE!!!! The layout of the 4500 offers four double cabins; two forward and two aft in each hull. Each cabin has a double berth, an overhead hatch, overhead lighting and separate reading light. The cabins also have a 12-volt, 2-speed fan, hanging locker and a small settee with additional storage under it. The Main salon features a large U-shaped dinette. An overhead hatch and two forward opening ports provide ventilation. The U-shaped galley is forward to port and is also ventilated with an overhead hatch and two front opening ports. The navigation station is to starboard facing aft. Underneath is a U-Line 35 lb per day icemaker. There are four guest heads, each with a large shower. The toilet, cabinetry and lavatory basin are part of a continuous-molded unit. A holding tank is fitted on each side of the yacht, between the two head units. The tanks can be pumped out from shore side as well as gravity drained when underway. All thru-hulls and valves are easily accessible. Each shower has its own dedicated manually controlled sump pump. The high quality interior is a tasteful blend of wood; fiberglass and Corian. The cabin sole is durable, low maintenance Teak & Holly composite floor panels. Equipped for cruising with an anodized aluminum Sparcraft deck stepped spar with two spreaders. The wire standing rigging is Dyform stainless steel. ProFurl LC42 roller furling gear on headstay. Spring loaded aluminum vang. Sails incude: Sails: Ullman genoa – new ’14, Ullman full-battened mainsail – new ’14, Spinnaker (South African flag colors), Doyle self-stacking (Stackpack) mainsail storage system with lazy jacks. Asking $299,000.

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2007 Nauticstar 39,

Mystery.

The Nauticstar 39 is a very well designed catamaran. Her 39′ length, combined with her 21′ beam allows for plenty of interior living space, as well as a large, open deck space for enjoying the sun and fresh air. This catamaran has lots of space for your family and friends, and all your boating gear. Her mast clearance of 56’5″ means that she can comfortably go under most bridges, including all those along the Inter Coastal Way (ICW). Her 3′ draft also allows her access to many rivers, creeks and bays that many sailboats need to avoid. Her up galley means the chef has easy access to friends and guests in the comfortable salon area or those in the nearby cockpit. The cockpit can be completely enclosed, to allow sailing and living aboard in all conditions. With ample room to sleep 8 comfortably, spend the night aboard your Nauticstar 39 at your favorite water front spot. What you first notice about this catamaran is the openness of the deck. There is no clutter to trip over moving about the decks either fore or aft. The next thing you will notice is the amount of windows throughout the cabin coupled with opening hatches allowing excellent airflow through the cabin. The lifelines are stainless steel wire running from the bow rails aft to the cockpit through well-mounted stanchions. The standing and running rigging dates back to 2007, the model year of the boat and shows little wear and is in good shape. All of the running rigging leads to the cockpit with the exception of the main and jib halyards and have self tailing winches. The spacious cockpit is deep with self-bailing scuppers. A full size bench settee aft, the helm with captain’s chair to port and the mate’s chair to starboard all protected with a full enclosure. On the port and starboard bulwarks are the motor lift controls both electric and manual. The unique setup for this economic propulsion system allows for small outboard motors to raise and lower through a well in the bottom of the hull. Once you are done motoring raise the outboard to reduce drag. Push a button, down it goes and you are motoring again. Asking $149,900.

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2000 Voyage 580,

Braveheart.

This boat can easily accommodate up to nine guests and 3 crew offering four luxurious queen size guest cabins with air conditioning and en-suite heads with separate shower. There is also a guest single berth port side midships and each cabin is equipped with its own flat screen TV. A further double cabin can be used as a crew cabin, it is starboard midships and the single crew cabins are accessed on deck. The saloon features a 360 view and has been upgraded with modern electronics and led lighting. This boat has been continuously maintained to a very high standard to ensure smooth running of all the systems and maximum enjoyment for all on-board. She has been hauled and bottom painted each year. Asking $595,000.

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2011 Privilege 515,

Kathamaria III.

Rare! Privilege 515 Owner’s version with large central suite, full beam, in light maple wood, never chartered, fully equipped and maintained with care. The last generation at Privilege is available to you today; in a superb central owner´s version which covers the entire beam of the boat, this 2011 Privilege 515 Katamaria III is a unit very equipped for a live-aboard and is blue water ready. Already equipped with Panda Fisher Generators, AC, Solar, water-maker, etc.. This catamaran is the perfect for any buyer looking for a well built, bluewater ready, turn key, luxurious and comfortable catamaran. Asking $1,199,000.

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2003 Prowler 45,

Lux Aeterna.

2015 Refit includes New Generator, New Davit System, New Salon upholstery, New Helm Station Enclose and New Electronics. The Prowler 45 Power Catamaran, built in South Africa by Charter Cats SA, is renowned for its safety, high levels of comfort, speed and fuel economy. With a cruising speed of 18 mph and a draft of 3 feet 3 inches this boat is a perfect fit for seasoned and novice cruisers. The Prowler 45 Power Catamaran, built in South Africa by Charter Cats SA, is renowned for its safety, high levels of comfort, speed and fuel economy. With a cruising speed of 18 mph and a draft of 3 feet 3 inches this boat is a perfect fit for seasoned and novice cruisers. Spend your summers in the Bahamas then set off on the Great Loop. This Catamaran for sale in turn key condition is ready to cruise. Asking $295,950.

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1996 Summer Twins 28,

Meercat Two.

The Summer Twins 28 by Heavenly Twins is a blue water capable cruising catamaran. Meercat Two has crossed the Atlantic, plus cruised the Caribbean and Mexico. She was built with safety of crew in mind, featuring forward collision bulkheads, with massive reserve flotation and buoyancy behind the bulkheads in the sterns. Construction features stainless steel rudders, one piece molded hulls, and topsides stiffened with core-mat. This is a stable, proven cruiser, which has weathered Atlantic gales and still allowed the crew to cook in the ample galley and dine in the salon, while keeping a lookout. She is ideally suited for family sailing, with a large comfortable interior, which sleeps six in two private double staterooms, plus a convertible dinette in the salon. The two cabins are aft, with double beds, clothes storage and dressing areas. The salon has a “U” shaped settee with ample seating for 6 adults and a large dining table, which folds into a cocktail table. There is ample storage and bookshelves. It has an enormous head, with shower in the starboard forward hull. There are 5 opening hatches, 4 opening ports and 12 windows for all around visibility, which creates a bright, sunny interior, plus allows for a safe watch from inside the boat. She also has 2 Nicro Power vents. There is also a propane heater for cool days and nights. Asking $34,900.

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2017 Sunreef Supreme 68-P.

The Sunreef Supreme Range embodies a very specific philosophy of yacht creation. It is an audacious line of yachts and superyachts designed to become the world’s most comfortable and spacious range of lifestyle-oriented boats. The Sunreef Supreme 68 P is a 68 ft power catamaran with a total living space of 302 sqm offering the surface of a superyacht on a unit below 24 m. The Sunreef Supreme’s architecture revisits the way catamarans have been so far designed. A new, radical concept of the superstructure allows to keep the saloon and exterior deck on the same level. As a result, the Sunreef Supreme 68 P boasts an enormous main room surrounded with floor to ceiling glass – a smooth, seamless space opening onto the cockpit and giving direct access to the deck through sliding doors on both sides of the yacht. The exterior and interior surfaces of the boat merge into one panoramic lounging and dining area. The design of the main deck and hulls offers a total versatility in the possibilities for a smart, individually tailored layout matching every single Owner’s lifestyle. With an infinite choice of materials for the décor of the saloon, cabins and bathrooms, each Supreme 68P reflects her Owner’s style and personality. The Sunreef Supreme 68 P is equipped with an aft garage. This voluminous space allows to conveniently store a 5m tender and up to two jet-skis, diving gear and sails. The garage door, when lowered, levels with the yacht’s aft platforms to create an exterior lounging and sunbathing space. Price on application.

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2017 Sunreef Power 70.

A catamaran ideal for lengthy ocean cruises! A 70-foot power catamaran offering speed, elegance, safety and the wide-open space of a luxury loft is a rare treat. When you see one cruising by, you know you see a 70 Sunreef Power 70 model. A universal vessel, adapted to your needs. She will be what you want her to be: a reliable luxury cruiser topped with a flybridge Jacuzzi, a relentless wave – piercing sea demon, a home away from home, if you like. Just for you, just for your pleasure… Remember that every single Sunreef Yacht catamaran is a boat that will take the shape you desire. The 70 Sunreef Power is the first motor yacht from the Sunreef power range. The yacht’s elegant topside, extended interior and exterior space along with its stability, safety, long cruising range with low fuel consumption maintained makes it an ideal vessel for charters, luxury private holidays or long-term travels around the world. With its totally customized design and finish according to the client’s wishes, this yacht model can be made in exclusive version featuring a Jacuzzi and second navigation station on the fly, powerful engines, rich and modern interior design, state-of-the-art electronics on board and many other fancy gadgets. For clients wanting to perform long travels aboard their yachts and discover the world’s most remote and wild places, the 70 Sunreef Power can be converted into an expedition yacht with underwater bulbs, green features such as solar panels or wind generators, without losing anything of its luxurious and customized finish. Price on application.

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2017 Sunreef 74.

The Sunreef 74 marked a new era in lifestyle at sea, meeting the expectations of the most demanding clientèle searching for a spacious, long range boat, easily handled by only 2 people. This advanced model has grown from the experience of Sunreef’s design team in the super-yacht range and in response to feedback from all the 70 Sunreef owners that are sailing all around the world, from Europe to China. This unit stands out with its unique, innovative features and new functional solutions enhancing the notion of on-board livability. As usual at Sunreef Yachts, the customization and space arrangement possibilities are unlimited. The Sunreef 74 is an optimized yacht offering a perfectly balanced compromise between supreme comfort, performance and advanced technology. The Sunreef 74 has a short 7-month delivery time. The sleek superstructure with vertical bows and limited freeboards has large glass curved windscreens, which highlight the classy lines of this dream yacht. The Sunreef 74 is an elegant catamaran with super-yacht features, intelligent space planning and a fully personalized interior finish. Putting the pleasure of life to the fore, the Sunreef 74 model has reached a supreme level of sophistication offering an impressive 35m² saloon with a breathtaking 360° view. Elegant, modern, with bright interiors, this yacht’s layout is entirely customizable. Her hulls are airy enough to contain a bright 20m² master cabin with a king size bed and a bath tub, two 14m² guest cabins, large crew quarters and a fully-equipped 10m² galley. The Sunreef 74 also features huge interior storage space, which makes her perfect for lengthy cruises, requiring additional food and equipment supplies. Outside, generous space is also available in the forepeaks and deck lockers for toys, fishing rods, diving gear, sails or fenders. The outside storage also includes an additional locker, big enough to hold kayaks and windsurfing boards. The Sunreef 74 can be comfortably maneuvered by two people in all offshore conditions, which, for instance, makes her ideal for couples sailing around the word, with little to no crew. In addition, all sails are handled from the flybridge helm station. The mast has been moved to the aft as to allow the use of large head sails, providing more power and balance in reaching conditions. The boat’s long hulls and sporty lines increase the speed under sails and the self-tacking jib makes navigation even easier. Spinning the wheel is all that is left to do, the rest is automatic. The mast, boom, crossbeams and even the tender lifting arms are built in carbon, which makes the Sunreef 74 light and quick, while remaining stable. The very first unit launched will also feature a carbon furling boom which will make all maneuvers even easier. Price on application.

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2011 Atlantic 57,

Hekla.

Hekla is a beautifully finished example of the Chris White-designed Atlantic 57, built by Alwoplast. The owners utilized the artistry of the builders to customize the interior with fantastic results. Laminated gloss varnished bamboo trim is at once unconventional and beautiful. Bamboo is extremely durable as well as rapidly grown for sustainable harvest. Fabrics were carefully chosen to mimic the leafy colors of bamboo and the combination is most eye pleasing. Floors in the accommodation were artistically painted with nautical themes then carefully coated with clear urethane and light non-skid to make them completely durable. Hulls, decks and pilothouse are constructed from vacuum bagged epoxy resin and high-performance uni-glass fabrics cored with “Core-Cell” SAN foam and PVC foam. Additional laminate of Kevlar on the hull bows for extra collision protection. All exterior surfaces are spray painted with linear polyurethane “AlexSeal”coating. Crossbeams are built of uni-directional carbon fiber/epoxy with foam cored epoxy/glass bulkheads. Extensive use is made of uni-directional carbon fiber reinforcement in high load areas of hulls and decks. Interior joiner work and floorboards are all cored panels to provide stiffness at low weight. The mast, main boom, jib boom, forward crossbeam and compression beam are all carbon fiber spars from King Composites. Each hull has a separate aft cabin, which contains a large double berth, hanging locker, built-in dresser, and two bench seats with additional stowage beneath seats and berth. A deck hatch and opening ports provide excellent cross ventilation. The two sleeping cabins amidships contain a large queen sized berth (66″x80”), a hanging locker, built-in dresser, storage cabinet and bookshelf. A large deck hatch and two opening ports provide ventilation.

Forward in each hull is a head and shower compartment equipped with a vanity with polished stainless steel sink with hot/cold pressure water. Toilets are lightweight custom composite bowls with manual water pump. There is even a hot and cold water pressurized shower/rinse station installed on the hull transom boarding platform. Hekla is currently located in the western Caribbean. She is in excellent condition and ready to cruise. Asking $1,390,000.

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2002 Admiral 38,

Sleek Keels.

This catamaran has been thoroughly enjoyed by her current owner. She has been given several upgrades and rigorous maintenance, and this robust offshore cruiser represents herself beautifully. This is a unique opportunity to get a well cared for, ready-to-go liveaboard capable circumnavigator. SLEEK KEELS has 2 aft cabins; they each have 2 cabinets, a shelf and storage space under the queen bed and the seat. The master suite is located on the port side. There is high quality cherry wood finishes on the hatch trims, nav station, cabin doors and galley’s cupboards. There is also a beautiful cherrywood table in the saloon and a table in the cockpit. There are 2 heads: each has a stand-up shower, one has a JABSCO toilet and the other a LECTRA SAN decomposition system, cabinet and high quality stainless steel taps (replaced in 2011). A portable 12000 BTU air conditioner and a microwave oven are included. The salon cushions are also new. Asking $178,000.

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2008 Admiral 40 Executive,

Options.

This is a sailor’s dreamboat with three cabins and two heads! She sails easily (single handed) in blue waters! She is well built, spacious and comfortable, yet strong and tough. Her exterior and interior are well thought out. The “Executive” package basically means “fully-loaded.” Outside and interior comforts are first-rate. The cockpit features cushions throughout, with large sunbathing cushions on either side of the cockpit. The two-person helm seat features a custom-designed footrest. Options is designed to be sailed by one person—no need to wake someone up to help you change sails. While some changes are faster with two people, one person can do everything. With a power winch and a regular winch at the helm and all sheets and traveler lines led to the helm, you can easily tack, make most adjustments and even raise the main without leaving the helm. She is also a fantastic downwind sailor: With its custom-built screacher mounted on a 5-foot bowsprit with a Harken furler led to the same winch used to furl the jib, it adds tremendous speed without sacrificing control and safety. The screacher can be safely used downwind with up to 25 knots of wind (16 knots apparent). Coupled with the jib, “Options” can sail wing-on-wing through a fairly broad range: from 165 to 195 degrees. This is because the sail apt to be backwinded is kept filled by its partner sail, up to 15 degrees off of dead downwind. Options has sailed wing-on-wing overnight without changing course! Asking $349,000.

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1991 Beneteau Oceanis 390,

Noble Ambitions.

This 39′ Owner’s Version (Special Layout Design) is the two cabin layout, two head arrangement with separate walk in shower, A large L-Shaped sofa and large folding teak table, galley is to starboard entering from the cockpit, there is also a starboard entrance to the aft cabin, there is a large double berth, a sit down navigation station then aft a head, the main salon is very light and features center line teak table drop-leaf with L-shaped convertible settee at starboard, going forward the head is also starboard with hanging locker to port. The spacious salon is large enough for everyone. Asking $49,000.

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2009 Catana 41,

No Name.

4 Cabin, 2 Head Charter version. The Catana 41 is the smallest of this range of cats that come with the performance and convenience of lifting dagger boards. Also completing the sailing brief is the large main and genaker set permanently on a furler. This is a good choice if you enjoy your sailing without compromising live aboard comfort. Asking €250,000.

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2011 Catana 47,

Colorado.

4 cabin, 2 head charter version. With its outstanding performance and excellent standards of safety and comfort, the Catana 47 is, now more than ever, the ideal boat for your first round-the-world trip, whether you are sailing single-handed or with a partner. Asking €372,000.

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2011 Catana 50 Ocean Class,

Amazone.

5 Cabin, 5 head charter version. The architecture of the Catana 50 makes for an elegant silhouette and gives pride of place to passenger comfort. Perfect for a family or a group of friends, the Catana 50 has a fully equipped U-shaped galley that can accommodate groups of up to ten diners with ease. Its three spacious cabins are a haven of comfort for six passengers. The excellent design of the bimini top, with an open view to the front of the boat, enables the installation of solar panels as well as providing great sunbathing opportunities. Amazone is currently in a charter fleet, but it can be released immediately. Asking €500,000.

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2012 Custom AG 52,

Sesame.

This 52-foot trimaran was originally conceived by a racer for family cruising, designed with stability, speed and safety in mind. Built out of Balsa Epoxy and Kevlar, she is very rigid and weighs only 9T lightweight. Construction began in 2008, she was launched in 2012. Sesame has very modern lines inspired by the panoramic Lagoon roof. She can accommodate 12 in 4 doubles and 4 single berths. Her layout is ideal for family cruising or day charters with her large foredeck. Sesame is easily handled by a couple and capable of a world cruise. The main advantages of this trimaran are: high stability, cruising speed, navigation safety in all weathers. It is lightweight, has panoramic roof, with squarely living room and kitchen offers exceptional comfort, overlooking 360°, It is equipped with quality equipment (HARKEN- Electric winches, watermaker DESSALATOR DELTA SAILS sails, 6.5 KW generator CUMMINS. Currently located in Nosy Be, Madagascar. Asking $396,000.

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1997 Fountaine Pajot Tobago 35,

CatNap.

This is a three-stateroom/single-head sailing catamaran built in France. She is quite comfortable and safe on long passages while either under sail or power with her twin Yanmar diesel engines that burn approximately a pint per hour. Unlike many other cruising catamarans, her upwind performance and speed equals and exceeds that of sailing monohulls and she doesn’t become sluggish while carrying a full crew with adequate stores and cruising inventory. Her well-balanced design and conveniences allow her to sail easily and safely while ensuring against annoying bad habits that can be typical in cats such as excessive bridge-deck “wave slap” and pitching (“hobby-horsing”). Above deck, control lines are led aft for safety and ease of use for short handed sailing. Below deck, she has exceptional living space and a salon with wraparound seating that provides beautiful panoramic views while sailing or at rest. Also, added in 2010 is a reverse cycle heat/air conditioning provides climate comfort for warm weather or off-season use. She sleeps 6 comfortably in 3 private cabins; in addition each forward cabin has an access door to each crew berth with access to the deck. Asking $135,000.

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2000 Gemini 105Mc,

Harbor Home III.

This is a single owner, never chartered, Gemini 105Mc sailing catamaran for sale. Harbor Home III is made for cruising, offering numerous engine spares, solar panels, and full electronics including radar and redundant systems to ensure safe navigation while off shore. New Westerbeke 30C engine and transmission. Standard Gemini 105M model features apply – she was designed for use in all conditions, cruising, live aboard, gunk holing, or going offshore. The beam is only 14 feet and allows the boat to fit into any standard slip, and can be hauled in a standard travel lift. Kick-up rudders and centerboards provide an 18-inch draft. There is plenty of storage on this catamaran and has a spacious open cockpit. Harbor Home III is currently docked in a private marina and can be seen by appointment. Don’t delay, reach out and make your appointment today! Asking $85,000.

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2000 Gemini 105Mc,

Windog.

Hull #698 was designed and built by Tony Smith at Performance Cruising in late 2000. The Gemini 105Mc continues to be the most popular model with a boat a week being produced from 2000 to 2010. The basic design lives on in the Legacy 35. Windog was one of the first of the Mc version, having an extra 1’ of sail area along the leech and redesigned fiberglass molds providing extra strength. The 105Mc has a single mold for the decks and a single mold for both hulls, fastened together at the gunwale, which adds great rigidity. The added sail was intended to improve performance and I have consistently done 8 knots on a reach with a 25-knot crosswind. She was owned from 2000 to 2003 by Gary Peters of baseball fame (he loved to WIN) and since then by me. She has gone to Key West and the Bahamas and back but the hull is as good as the day it first hit the water. The last eight years have been spent out of the water on a lift, or noodling about Sarasota Bay on day trips. There are many new parts, including new instruments. The hull is 34′ long, 33’6″ on the waterline. The 14′ beam guarantees that it fits into standard slips and can be transported on US highways. The layout is straightforward and balanced. It has 6’4″ headroom in the cockpit and 6 foot access throughout the cabin. It cabin affords accommodations usually found only in larger monohulls. Forward visibility is excellent from the cockpit, and the cabin has plenty of light. The cabins sleep six comfortably and provide good room for sleeping, cooking, dining, washing and navigation. The dining area is 63×72, seats six and sleeps two, with a 44×30 table; the galley and navigation station are in the starboard and port hulls, each 4’x 7’6″; the master suite is forward, 6’6″x 8’6″; the head is 48″x 65″ (larger than the 30×60 minimum for a house in Florida.) There are two aft bunk rooms, each 6’2″x 4′ with 74″x 44″ mattresses. The cabin has teak and holly flooring (new) window shades all around, four hatches with screens, a captain’s table and jump seat, and air conditioning at dock. The head has a stand up shower, stainless steel oval sink, medicine cabinet, two towel racks, electric marine head and an 18 gal holding tank. Asking $87,000.

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2010 Gemini 105Mc,

Albatross II.

This beautiful 34-foot catamaran is ready for your cruising pleasure with a layout that is easily maneuvered, leather interior upholstery and salon convertible to double berth. The precise craftsmanship is top quality fit and finish. This is an ideal catamaran for a variety of sailing conditions.

Asking $139,000. For more information, contact: classifieds@multihullsmag.com


 

2010 Gemini 105Mc,

Pandora.

Pandora is the newest 2010 Gemini 105Mc on the market and her owner wants to be the next boat sold! Her owner must sell this gem and stay in Oregon due to family issues. The Gemini 105Mc is one of the best vessels ever built. Her ergonomic design and functional engineering make this one of the most efficient pieces of machinery on the water. With a 14’ Beam she can easily fit into a standard size slip, saving money on dockage. With her centerboards down, she points quite well and provides an enjoyable sailing experience. If you want to cruise into those hard to reach places, raise her centerboards and Pandora only has an 18” draft, allowing you to cruise waters others wouldn’t dare. Pandora is one of the best values on the market right now. Since the day he purchased her, the owner has never stopped upgrading and servicing her. When not being used, she was under the care and supervision of a professional marine engineer. She has new upholstery in the salon, new plexi-glass in the cockpit, new lights, new screens, new mufflers, and a barely used dinghy & outboard included in the sale! Asking $136,000.

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2015 Gunboat 55,

Toccata.

Perhaps Gunboat’s finest project to date, which is saying a lot for a brand renown as the world’s finest in luxury-performance catamarans! This shimmering gold metallic Gunboat 55 was launched in February 2015 in time for the Miami Boat Show and the owner’s busy 2015 Caribbean cruising and racing schedule. She won hearts at the Heineken Regatta, won friends at the Volies de St Barths, then won silver at Antigua Sailing Week. In between regattas, she was cruised non-stop in complete luxury by her owner couple. Steering, navigation and all sail handling controls are in the salon for ultimate comfort. You can hang up your boots and musty foulies for good! Watch-standing is a pleasure. The layout makes shorthanded passages easier, more comfortable and safer. With the galley up, you can cook and stand watch! Her exterior lines strongly hint at her performance pedigree. A day or two offshore will convert you for life to her performance abilities. One recent crewmember on a offshore passage likened her manners offshore to a magic carpet ride, “we effortlessly sailed at 14-21 knots my whole watch. It was a such a joy, I hand-steered the entire time. The ride is so smooth and gentle; you have no idea how quickly she moves. We rattled off a 300 mile day with ease.” Her interior is beautifully finished in teak with two luxurious master staterooms, ideal for two couples. A third cabin doubles as a workshop and a 3rd queen berth. A fourth area is a large pantry, complete with long term fridge and freezer capacity, and a washer/dryer. This is a rare opportunity to be able to get a new condition Gunboat without the typical two-year wait. A new Gunboat 55 priced to this specification is over $3 million. Asking $2,347,000.

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2009 Hunter Marine,

Hunter.

This 36-foot monohull sailboat has the following options installed and is ready for long-term cruising and live-aboard: Selden in-mast furling system, main sheet traveler on Arc, vertical battens, air conditioner system, electric anchor windlass, high water bilge alarm inverter, Ray Marine 6000 ST70 with 3 display remote, C80 display, LPG stove with oven gimbal $986, refrigerator, stereo system, bottom paint, bimini top, 3-bladed propeller, VHF remote microphone at helm, 36″ folded leather wheel, battery upgrade, 4-amp solar panel, wind generator. Asking $109,000.

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2008 Island Spirit 401,

Rat Catcher.

This 3-cabin owner’s version catamaran was built to be lived aboard and has more space, storage and comfort than most yachts designed for charter fleets. The port side features a large owner’s suite with a queen size bed, lockers and hanging cupboards, study with seat and small desk, printer shelf, wine rack, head with electric Jabsco toilet and basin, separate large shower, forward of shower is a large storage/tool cupboard. The starboard side has two queen size cabins, lockers and hanging cupboards, separate shower, basin and manual toilet. Forward of accommodation in both hulls is a large storage area for sails, fenders, tools, etc (originally designed as two extra sleeping cabins for crew or children when at anchor. Can easily be converted.)

Asking $275,000. For more information, contact: classifieds@multihullsmag.com


 

1995 Kurt Hughes 45,

Capricorn Cat.

She features 4 cabins and 2 heads. The two forward berths are Queens and the two rear berths are standard double width. There is one head in each hull. Port side has workbench with lots of tools and storage. Starboard side has storage and space for a washer/dryer unit. This is a FAST, high performance cruising catamaran. Her daggerboards make for great up-wind work, and excellent maneuverability. Capricorn Cat is easily sailed and cruised by a couple, and cruising up to 8 is a snap. She is a sleek, sexy machine that has been well maintained and continually upgraded. She is ready to go NOW; you don’t even have to change the oil! YOU could do the HA-HA THIS YEAR! Mexico is calling…YOU! Asking $399,000.

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2010 Knysna 48,

Meka.

This catamaran features 4 cabins w/ 4 heads, plus crew cabin and head. Each hull boasts 2 double en-suite staterooms. Starboard is a mirror image of port. The aft staterooms have queen size beds, hanging clothes lockers, and room for all your personal items. There is a large storage compartment under the bed accessible through the doors at the foot of the bed, or by lifting the entire bed, effortlessly, with the help of the built in gas struts. Two opening port lights create flow through air ventilation. 3 x 12v lighting and 1 x fan in each stateroom. In the forepeaks are crew quarters and another head with manual toilet, shower and lots of storage. Large en-suite heads have separate glass shower enclosures, electric toilets, two opening ports, stainless steel faucets, Corian counter tops and nicely trimmed maple cabinetry. The forward staterooms have the same attributes as the aft staterooms, but, also include a ‘vanity’ dressing area two cabinets set at 45 degrees with large mirrored doors. The forward heads also have separate glass shower enclosures, electric toilets, Corian counter tops, and finely finished cabinetry. The saloon is entered from the cockpit via double sliding glass doors. The u-shaped settee is upholstered in beige leather. The varnished maple dining table is accented with an inlaid compass rose. Forward in the saloon, there is a large shelf and dual wine racks on center. The panoramic view from the saloon windows and doors make the area bright and cheerful. Aft to port in the saloon is an entertainment center with a 26” led flat screen TV, a wine glass cabinet and a fridge. Designed with functionality in mind, the u-shaped galley offers Corian countertops and storage above and below. The microwave, gas stove and oven with rotisserie make preparing meals a real joy. A double sink with a separate rinse/drain compartment adds a touch of class. The galley is completely equipped for chartering including everything needed for 8 guests, including all cutlery, crockery, glass ware, Tupperware, serving dishes, pots and pans, and cooking utensils, soda stream, toaster, coffee pot, blender, microwave and BBQ grill utensils. She has everything needed for her charter business – including all the linens and towels! Asking $525,000.

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1994 Lagoon TPI 37,

Aventurine.

This blue water cruising catamaran offers a spacious and comfortable interior. The salon has a panoramic view, and a convertible seating area. The vast cockpit, extensive bridge area and trampoline give ample space outside, and allows for sunbathing in sheer comfort, either moored or under sail. Finished to perfection, the three double cabins are well-equipped. Thanks to her shallow draft, she can be taken to moorings and beaches inaccessible to most comparable boats. The port hull features large head compartments with shower aft; galley midships; queen-sized double cabin aft with standing and dressing area – overlaps the bridgedeck. The starboard hull has a double cabin aft; optional heads midships; queen-sized double cabin aft with standing and dressing area – overlaps the bridgedeck. The bridgedeck cabin features a dinette with seating for 8 and all around views. New cushions interior/exterior 2014. Asking $139,000.

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2009 Lagoon 380,

Temporary Insanity.

On this 3 cabin/2 head owners version, the starboard hull is dedicated exclusively to the owner with an apartment layout featuring a queen-sized bed, office desk with bookshelf, hanging closet, mirrors and a private head with a large separate enclosed shower. The guest cabins occupy the port hull and share a head midship with stand up shower. From the salon you can enjoy a 360° view through the windows and the sliding glass doors. There is seating for 8 around a removable varnished coffee table that can be interchanged with the large cockpit table. In this functional layout, the chart table is directly accessible from the cockpit, and the galley is located between the salon and adjacent to the cockpit. The opening window and folding serving hatch in the galley facilitates communication between the interior and exterior living spaces. Along with increased comfort at the helm, the outdoor enjoyment of this Lagoon 380 has been improved with a settee for eight in the cockpit area and increased engine soundproofing to allow for an endless flow of conversations throughout. The light oak alpi wood interior creates an airy open feeling and is beautifully contrasted with easy to clean dark synthetic wenge non-skid flooring. The cockpit table, salon table and flip out serving area are made out of the same custom Corian as the galley countertop. Custom made full queen mattress made by HMC, premium 7 1/2″ pillow top with undetectable hinge to gain access to storage area under the bed. Caframo 2-speed easy-to-clean fans have been upgraded in all 6 locations. Upgraded basic factory blinds with OCEANAIR fully contained blind & screen all in one on all 6 hatches. Owner cabin cubby space under bed has been replaced with 2 huge custom soft close drawers (28″x20″x8″ each). Composite shelves have been added to the forward storage lockers. 12v fans in cabins and salon and 10 opening deck hatches for ventilation. Dometic vtd10k-410a 10,000 btu ac with heat in owners cabin. Dometic vtd16k-410a 16,000 btu ac with heat in main salon & port bow cabin. Dometic ecd9k-hv-rmt-417a 9,000 btu ac with heat in port stern cabin, which amounts to 35,000 btu’s all with digital control panels to monitor individually. Asking $339,000.

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2010 Lagoon 400,

Hot Sun.

This is the best Lagoon 400 available on the market and was never used in charter. The owner has recently spent $60K+ on equipment upgrades and additions. It is the perfect size for a live aboard couple or a small family. Multi-Tech Marine of Fort Lauderdale, the Lagoon authorized service center for the SE USA, completed all work done on the vessel by the current owner. The vessel is, literally, 100% ready to leave the dock tomorrow for its next adventure. The boat is fully equipped for ocean passages, having participated in the 2014 ARC Atlantic Rally. Asking $359,000.

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1994 Lagoon 42 TPI,

Ptarmigan.

This catamaran has 4 double cabins with the front port converted to storage/pantry. There are 2 showers and toilets, one fitted with a holding tank. The galley is down, but has good visibility to saloon. It features a three burner Force 10 stove with oven (new in 2011), Frigoboat keel-cooled freezer (new in 2013), separate fridge with Waeco series 50 air-cooled compressor (new in 2012), hot and cool pressurized water with a standby pump. Refitted in 2011. Asking $179,000.

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2009 Lagoon 420,

Heaven.

This is a 4-cabin, 4-head cruising catamaran. The popular 420 features a gull-wing shaped bridge deck for a sea-kindly movement. Her roomy and open main salon provides a 360-degree with a wraparound view. She has a sensible galley with pass through window to the aft cockpit and a navigation station that doesn’t dominate available floor space. Below decks, you’ll find four comfortable cabins with queen berths, en-suite heads with separate showers, storage and cupboard space as well as lots of natural ambient light. The Lagoon 420 features wide side decks for easy passage with recessed hatches to eliminate trip hazards. This catamaran is currently under the excellent care of her second owner since new. The boat is regularly maintained according to manufacturer recommendations. She is loaded with cruising upgrades and located near Annapolis, MD. Recent upgrades include: new main sail, new trampoline, solar panels, chart plotter, dinghy/outboard, inverter, upgraded galley, USA 110V 60hz power, new bottom paint, and new standing rigging. Asking $347,000.

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2009 Lagoon 420,

Aristotele.

This Four cabin/four head Lagoon 420 Catamaran for Sale is the perfect layout for charter or a large crew/family. Berth for Skipper Cabin and an additional head in starboard bow are just a couple of the great features you will enjoy on your next adventure. Asking $319,000.

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2004 Lagoon Power 43,

Kyla Day.

This catamaran for sale is genuinely designed for the private owner, with a modest size and a reasonable price tag. The ergonomics of the entire boat were carefully studied so that moving around on deck, as well as inside, is easy and comfortable. The center cockpit has an open yet protected view of the water, and also has straight access to the salon. This catamaran for sale is capable of long nonstop crossings, quick day runs, fishing trips, coastal navigation, or serious extended cruises! Asking $289,000.

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2004 Lagoon 440,

Moonspinner.

This owner’s version catamaran has a full starboard stateroom with double berth, walk-in shower, electric toilet and washer/dryer combo unit. Dual portside double berth staterooms, each with bathroom/shower. Includes a water maker, two refrigerators, freezer, washer/dryer, propane stove/oven/BBQ, solar panel, bimini, immaculate interior, recessed forward seating area on fore deck, dining/cocktail tables interchangeable for cabin or rear cockpit seating, GPS chart-plotter, radar, sat phone and sat TV ready. Asking $399,000.

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2007 Lagoon 440,

Frandallas.

This Lagoon 440 is a charter version with matching hulls and cabins aft and forward for a total of 4 cabins and 4 heads. Great for continuing charter or perfect size for family and entertaining. Panoramic windows abound and capture fantastic views. The L-shaped couch in the salon has storage underneath and an L-shaped galley has generous counter space. Spacious deck for dining, relaxing or catching some sun. Raised helm station allows for tremendous visibility. This yacht is phased out from charter service in the BVI and is ready for a new home. Asking $369,000.

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2007 Lagoon 440,

Red Stiletto.

This ex-charter catamaran has 2 aft cabins with queen beds and en-suite head and 2 forward cabins with double beds and en-suite head. Individual air conditioning unit and controls in each cabin and saloon. The galley is in the main saloon to starboard with direct access to cockpit. The large dining table can either be set in saloon or cockpit. The flybridge has a central helm station. Asking $345,000.

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2009 Lagoon 500,

Antonio.

Lagoon 500, charter version with 5 cabins & 5 heads + crew cabin in bow compartment. Excellent condition. Well equipped. The Lagoon 500 is a luxurious and comfortable yacht for cruising to exotic waters with exceptional performance. The flybridge provides an extra living space with an uninterrupted views of the sea, sails, and stars. Built entirely by the infusion technique, this Lagoon has a structure with optimal quality in rigidity and strength for a precisely controlled weight. Combined with a generous sail area, this carefully monitored displacement promises some excellent performances under sail. Light oak Alpi woodwork and laminated wenge floors for a modern and comfortable look. Asking $499,000.

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2005 Lagoon 570,

Platone.

This charter version Lagoon 570 has 5 double cabins and 2 bow cabins, all en-suite with head and shower. The 5th double cabin is accessed from the cockpit and would normally be considered a crew cabin. The galley is down and has ample storage space and various appliances. The main salon has the navigation station midships forward with a large circular dining table and seating as well as an “L” shaped couch with coffee table. There is open access into the cockpit, which provides a large and airy living space. Asking $569,000.

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2009 Lagoon 620,

The Cure.

The Cure’s second owner is offering her for sale now to move up to a larger catamaran. Layout is a 4 cabin with massive galley down on port aft side with bow crew fwd cabins. She has always been professionally captained and maintained to the highest level with a complete open wallet policy. Currently based in the BVI and managed as a very successful income-earning crewed charter yacht. Recent upgrades include new main sail, genoa, stay sail, dinghy/outboard, generator, Tender-lift, bottom paint, A/C system, KVH satellite TV system, custom mattress, new cockpit cushion, and interior upholstery. Over $200,000 invested in recent improvements. Luxury, comfort and speed as a way of life. The Lagoon 620, is Lagoon’s flagship yacht designed for long distance cruising. Can be easily sailed around the world by a couple, in great comfort. Perfect visibility when sailing and maneuvering with two helms on the fly-bridge. Large living spaces between cockpit, fly-bridge, and foredeck. Perfectly designed transoms for swimming or boarding the tender. Deck is easy to move around with flush hatches, optimal step height, and wide side-decks. This luxurious catamaran can be bought as a turn-key charter business or for private cruising. Asking $1,182,000. For more information, contact: classifieds@multihullsmag.com


 

2012 Leopard 44,

Relax d’Å Bord.

This desirable owner’s version Leopard 44 catamaran for sale is the best equipped. She can be self sufficient for extensive cruising with solar, large battery bank, watermaker, extra fridge/freezer, cockpit enclosure, radar, chartplotter, AIS, etc. Relax d’Å Bord has all the comforts of home with generator, A/C, Washer/dryer and more. She is also the most fun with her forward and aft cockpit, built in Brownie dive compressor and tank rack, electric winches, fish finder, BBQ and plenty of room for toys. All lines lead to the helm, cockpit and saloon are flush on the same level, master hull has an office area, large head with separate shower stall making it ideal for live aboard. She has been professionally maintained and never chartered. Make an appointment now before she sails off. Asking $447,500.

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2006 Leopard 46,

Delfino.

Offering a full complement of cruising gear, this Leopard 46 offers everything a cruising family needs. She has 4 large cabins with separate shower stalls, lots of storage (inside and out), and comes equipped with generator and 3 AC units. The spacious cockpit has a hardtop with roll down blinds, and the aft deck bench between the davits folds down to create a swim platform. She sails great as well and is easily handled, with all controls leading to the helm station. Additions include NEW Electronics, water maker, laundry, freshwater wash-down, solar, big inverter, upgraded 1000 Amp/Hour battery bank, LED lights and underwater lights to make you the envy of the anchorage. Asking $359,000.

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1998 PDQ 36,

Slow Dance.

This is a true Bahama-ready cruiser, designed for speed, and long-term live aboard comfort. There are two private staterooms with queen size berths. The head features a composting, odorless toilet and a separate full height shower. The numerous windowed hatches and portlites throughout the vessel provide lots of light and air. Port side features a walk-in pantry with standing headroom and custom built-in storage shelving. The battery banks were recently doubled, two Air Breeze wind generators were installed, and a Solar Stick was added with 100 more watts of articulating solar panel. The fuel capacity was increase by 35 gallons (64%) by converting the holding tank and installing an odor-free composting toilet. Cockpit function and comfort was also greatly enhanced with the addition of a custom extra long bench with cushions and bimini. With twin Yanmar Diesels and a sail inventory including a 135% genoa, a fully battened main, and a 325 sf. Spinnaker, this PDQ is perfectly equipped for the next owner’s adventures! Asking $147,900.

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2003 PDQ 36 Capella Classic,

Double Eagle II.

The Capella 36 cruising catamaran combines comfortable accommodation, good performance, and a pleasing appearance. If you are looking for a coastal cruiser to island hop and make offshore passages then this could be the boat for you. Double Eagle II is strong and safely built by experienced boat builders to the design of a professional engineer using the best quality materials. This yacht sleeps up to 8 people. Forward there are 2 queen berths with closets and storage. Next aft on the port side is the galley followed by a double berth cabin. Next aft on the starboard side is the navigational area with a foldout desk, chair and storage compartments. Aft is the marine head including a “Y” valve with overboard discharge, sink, vanity, separate shower stall and hot/cold water pressure system. The main salon has a U-shaped dinette which seats 6. The dinette also converts to a king berth and has storage under the floorboards. Forward starboard/port hull watertight storage compartments. Aft of the cockpit are more storage compartments. Asking $179,900.

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2003 Privilege 435 EZC,

Lady Jessamine.

The layout features 4 cabins with queen beds. The forward cabins have en suite heads, 4 heads total. There is massive storage capacity and a large salon. This is a true blue water cruising catamaran, which has crossed both the Pacific and Atlantic easily. Since that circumnavigation there has been a major refit. Over the past 2 years: more than $140,000 in upgrades and replacements including, but not limited to: New sails, new engines, new sail drives, new standing rigging, new running rigging, new sea anchor. Mast and boom completely overhauled. This boat has the “EZ Cruise” configuration and can easily be operated singlehandedly. If you want fast, safe and comfortable, this is the boat for you! Asking $360,000.

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2003 Prowler 45,

Lux Aeterna.

This 4-cabin/3-head power catamaran, built in South Africa by Charter Cats SA, is renowned for its safety, high levels of comfort, speed and fuel economy. With a cruising speed of 18 mph and a draft of 3 feet 3 inches this boat is a perfect fit for seasoned and novice cruisers. Spend your summers in the Bahamas then set off on the Great Loop. This catamaran is in turn key condition is ready to cruise. 2015 refit included new generator, new davit system, new salon upholstery, new helm station enclosure and new electronics. Asking $298,950.

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1998 Shuttlecat 32,

Eagle.

Custom open bridgedeck performance catamaran designed by John Shuttleworth. Wide beam, tall rig, and shallow draft results in an exceptional, fast boat for Caribbean exploration. Flared hulls provide wide comfortable berths while keeping beam narrow at the waterline. Construction is vinylester vacuum bagged over CoreCell with carbon fiber front cross bar and rotating 12” wing mast. Extended T-top over open bridge deck cockpit with ¾ Strataglass enclosure. Sail inventory includes continuous line furling screacher on 6’ bowsprit, roller reefing and furling jib, fully battened main with stack pack, and asymmetrical spinnaker. Single Honda 50 outboard located in mid-ships engine box with drop leaf cockpit table cover with three 13-gallon gasoline portable tanks. Below port double berth forward, galley mid-ships, convertible dinette aft. Below starboard double berth forward, head, nav station, and large double berth aft. Galley includes two-burner Force 10 propane stove with broiler, fresh and salt pressure water, and Frigoboat keel cooler refrigeration. Large frig/freezer (2.5/5.5 cu ft) on bridge deck. 100 gal water capacity in two forward bridge deck tanks. Four 80-watt solar panels on T-top provide all electrical requirements. Caribe L10 hard bottom inflatable with 8 hp Honda outboard. Length 32’, beam 22.5’, draft 2.5’/ 6’ with single dagger board up or down. Located Jacksonville Beach, FL. Asking $145,000.

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1996 Summer Twins 28,

Meercat Two.

The Summer Twins 28 by Heavenly Twins is a blue water capable cruising catamaran. Meercat Two has crossed the Atlantic, plus cruised the Caribbean and Mexico. She was built with safety of crew in mind, featuring forward collision bulkheads, with massive reserve flotation and buoyancy behind the bulkheads in the sterns. Construction features stainless steel rudders, one piece molded hulls, and topsides stiffened with core-mat. This is a stable, proven cruiser, which has weathered Atlantic gales and still allowed the crew to cook in the ample galley and dine in the salon, while keeping a lookout. She is ideally suited for family sailing, with a large comfortable interior, which sleeps six in two private double staterooms, plus a convertible dinette in the salon. The two cabins are aft, with double beds, clothes storage and dressing areas. The salon has a “U” shaped settee with ample seating for 6 adults and a large dining table, which folds into a cocktail table. There is ample storage and bookshelves. It has an enormous head, with shower in the starboard forward hull. There are 5 opening hatches, 4 opening ports and 12 windows for all around visibility, which creates a bright, sunny interior, plus allows for a safe watch from inside the boat. She also has 2 Nicro Power vents. There is also a propane heater for cool days and nights. Asking $42,900.

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2008 Sunreef 62,

Miss Kirsty.

This catamaran features the popular charter layout with galley up and 4 double berth guest cabins each with private head and shower + a double crew cabin also with private head and shower. This layout makes it ideal for either owner or charter use. Has a very large cockpit, which is covered with a fiberglass Fly bridge. Fly bridge includes helm and seating areas as well as sunpads for lounging. Miss Kirsty is also one of only a few with a full teak deck. Modern Wenge interior woodwork is in exceptional condition. Same owner since new, superbly maintained & cared for. Only in charter for 2 years, before which it was used as a private yacht. This yacht has had an intensive refit in 2013 and now available with an Active Crewed Charter Schedule. Asking $1,200,000.

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2016 Sunreef Supreme 68 Power,

New build.

The Sunreef Supreme Range embodies a very specific philosophy of yacht creation. It is an audacious line of yachts and superyachts designed to become the world’s most comfortable and spacious range of lifestyle-oriented boats. The Sunreef Supreme 68 P is a 68 ft power catamaran with a total living space of 302 sqm offering the surface of a superyacht on a unit below 24 m. The architecture revisits the way catamarans have been so far designed. A new, radical concept of the superstructure allows the saloon and exterior deck to be on the same level. As a result, this power cat boasts an enormous main room surrounded with floor to ceiling glass – a smooth, seamless space opening onto the cockpit and giving direct access to the deck through sliding doors on both sides of the yacht. The exterior and interior surfaces of the boat merge into one panoramic lounging and dining area. The design of the main deck and hulls offers a total versatility in the possibilities for a smart, individually tailored layout matching every single owner’s lifestyle. With an infinite choice of materials for the décor of the saloon, cabins and bathrooms, each Supreme 68P reflects her owner’s style and personality. The Sunreef Supreme 68 P is equipped with an aft garage. This voluminous space allows to conveniently store a 5m tender and up to two jet-skis, diving gear and sails. The garage door, when lowered, levels with the yacht’s aft platforms to create an exterior lounging and sunbathing space. Ask for price.

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2013 Sunreef 70,

Roleeno.

The 4 en-suite cabins are laid out in a semi-owner version with the galley down in the starboard hull. Inside the main deck there is a spacious saloon with comfortable sofas and a dining area for 8 with two coffee tables convertible in one big dining table, as well as the internal helm station. Guests can watch movies and play games on a large 40in LCD TV or listen to music both inside and out. Wide panoramic windows in the saloon provide beautiful seascape views. The portside hull features an impressive master suite with a king-size bed, a spacious bathroom in the forward section with a large shower cabin and a separate toilet. One double guest cabin is located on the aft of this hull as well. The starboard hull comprises two double guest cabins and a fully-equipped galley on the aft. All cabins have en-suite bathrooms. All beds in the guest cabins are positioned

transversely to the axis of the boat in front of six large portholes, which illuminate the cabin and allow guests to admire sunrises and sunsets in the privacy of their cabins. The interior is very minimalistic. It has a soothing blend of light cream and dark chocolate colors with purple and lilac accessories, all together creating a very cozy atmosphere. Additionally, the light and dark grey of the hulls and superstructure with an all teak wet deck and flush hatches are a stylish combination that draws the attention of everyone around. Asking €2,520,000.

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2011 Admiral Open 40,

Admiral Adventurer.

Admiral Adventurer is an open bridge deck power catamaran with a solid roof. Her large sheltered cockpit houses the saloon and galley. She is very spacious and very open for great visibility and good airflow for the tropics. Port side has double aft bunk with very large shower/ head area. Forward of that with access through a deck hatch is two single bunks with its own shower/head. Starboard side has double bunk aft with large shower (separate) basin and head amidships. Forward cabin has two single bunks. On the electrical side, boat runs entirely on 8 large solar panels putting in 56 amps per hour into the battery bank. All LED lighting. Boat has Raymarine chart plotter and autopilot.  Force 10 stove and oven and fridge and freezer. Loads of storage. Very low running costs and almost maintenance free. Asking $199,000.

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2008 Catana 90,

Orion.

This 4-Cabin, 3-head Owner Version catamaran is a marvel to behold. She is unique in every respect and represents thousands and thousands of hours of design and construction technique from the pre-eminent catamaran builder in the world. She is unquestionably the finest Catana ever built and very likely the finest catamaran of her size ever built. Unlike so many custom catamaran projects, cooked up by men with big dreams, big budgets, but little experience, Orion was built for a seasoned seaman who owned two previous catamarans, including a Catana 582 he sailed around the world. He knew what it was like to live on a cat, voyage on a cat, care for a cat, and sail a cat through massive seas and winds. He set out, in partnership with Christophe Barreau, the famed naval architect for Catana, to create his dream boat. It took thousands of hours to design Orion and many more thousands to build her. After the completion of the build and use by the original owner Orion was subsequently purchased by another accomplished yachtsman who has multiple Atlantic crossings on his own 60′ catamaran. Since the purchase in 2012 Orion has been crewed by the talented Scott Fratcher and Allison Thompson who have over 250,000 sea miles each. Scott Fratcher, (a licensed marine engineer/Yachtmaster Ocean) and Allison Thompson (Yachtmaster Ocean/Holistic grommet chef) are no strangers to multihulls. They each worked five years in Alaska on a 104ft power cat, spent two years as management and crew of Mariah, a Catana 582 in South Pacific charter and were critical members of Team Earthrace, the multihull that currently holds the Round The World Speedboat Record. Scott Fratcher and Allison Thompson completed the commissioning of Orion and have since sailed her over 20,000 miles taking her from Spain through the Canarias, & Cape Verde Islands, as far South as Trinidad, North through Main, New York Harbor, almost every Caribbean Island, and many other stops along the Atlantic seaboard. Orion is now a tried and true blue water luxury cat. The crew sails her conservatively and average about 250 miles a day during her many ocean passages. Her best one-day run to date is 310 miles. She will sail easily in the high teens while in protected waters, and the crew throttles her back to 12-15K while ocean sailing. The current long-term crew are willing to stay with the vessel or happy to provide a detailed turn over to new crew or owners. The current crew is also willing to make up a full video explanation of each yacht system so future crews or owners can benefit from the experience of the current crew. Orion has been in light charter for two years in the Caribbean and is US Imported and thus able to charter in US waters. Orion comes as working charter boat that could help offset expenses when not in owner’s use. Orion is currently registered with a Jamaican flag and a US Cruising permit as a Private charter vessel able to complete up to 91 charter days per year. Orion was built to BV survey and is currently in good standing with BV with all inspections current. What is most striking when you first approach Orion is that she looks almost identical to smaller Barreau designed Catana 65’s and 50’s, but sits off the water so high that, yes, she has two floors in her tall hulls – a first in catamarans. This has two unique advantages. First, all of the technical equipment is under the floor, out in the open where the crew can simply walk up to the pumps, water maker, etc…. making maintenance a breeze. Second, all of the above floor space is open and used simply for the crew and guests. There is not one cupboard filled with an air conditioning unit or any other equipment. Instead, all of the cabin space is for guests and the technical equipment is below the floor. The crew reports that this has worked out wonderfully and cannot imagine going back to a standard catamaran. The bridge deck of the yacht hosts a massive salon and galley. The enormous hulls contain owner’s cabins, guest cabins, and crew quarters, while the lower floor of the yacht is devoted entirely to systems – water makers, generators, inverters, wiring, plumbing, etc. Every system on the yacht is easily accessed for care and repair. She is the most carefully thought out large catamaran I have ever had the pleasure to inspect with regards to her systems. And of course, like all Catana’s, she sports a massive carbon fiber mast, high-tech sails, dagger boards, etc. Orion was designed to fit under most “ship bridges” With an airdraft of 126ft off the water Orion even fits under the 127ft Brooklyn Bridge. Fact is, you could not possibly “upgrade” Orion in a single area because not a penny was spared during her fabrication. For the most part, catamarans of this size are male-molded products, not female molded, for the simple reason that tooling up female moulds for a yacht of this size is seldom done due to the enormous costs. Yet Orion is a female molded boat and looks as such. Her hulls are perfectly fare, gel coated, and her decks are factory perfect molded non-skid. If you walk onto Orion, she looks like a production yacht in terms of fit and finish – no sprayed on paint, no sprayed on non-skid, etc. And her furniture is cabinet grade in every respect. Orion sails flawlessly and has been fully debugged by the Catana team in France and the current highly experienced professional sailing crew. Asking $4,750,000.

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2001 Conser 47,

Okolehao.

Very fast, although outfitted as a cruising boat. Elegant and beautiful sleek lines. A head turner. Rigged for single-handing. Boat has just undergone a refit and looks sharp. There is not another boat in her class that can compare. There is a stateroom in each hull, each has queen bed, private head with toilet, sink and shower, clothes lockers, overhead hatches and 2 portholes. Salon features movable dining table, very comfortable wrap around couch, chart table, radio station, storage space, well lit by windows. Forward in hulls is spacious storage which could be converted to berths if desired. Fully air conditioned. Asking $195,000.

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2008 Constellation 64,

Sandpiper I.

Superb 3 Cabin/ 3 head catamaran, custom designed by Nigel Irens for luxury crewed charter. Old world charm best describes this uniquely appealing vessel – Sandpiper is a twin mast sailing catamaran, a unique 19.5m (65ft) schooner. She was conceived as a ‘classic catamaran’, her architecture is based on the Wharram design, a catamaran style from Polynesia, with improved construction design and style. The sails are gaff-rigged giving her elegance and power and together with state of the art navigation and entertainment systems, this yacht is both modern and classic. A fast (easily attaining 10 kts) and comfortable long distance cruiser, this yacht is capable of serious offshore sailing and equipped with every imaginable commodity for high end overnight and day charters. Because of her shallow draft she can be beached easily or can tuck into small romantic anchorages anywhere in the world. To build this yacht today would cost over $1.5M USD. This yacht could be converted by Constellation Yachts to be a commercial USCG inspected vessel. Safety features on the booms under sail – lashed down by both port and stbd sheets and oversized winches – as well as the huge deck space, which allows much room for a variety of entertainment, including romantic dinners at sunset or even the possibility of sleeping under the night stars; the flat expanses of deck space are perfect for kite boarding or surfing adventures worldwide.  This yacht was custom designed and outfitted to perform crewed charters to high-end guests of the Aman and Ritz-Carlton hotels. The construction of this yacht began in 2005; she was outfitted in 2007 and launched in March 2008, where she sailed from the builder’s yard in Florida to the Turks & Caicos. She was designed to be operated by team of two to take a maximum of 4 guests for luxurious high-end overnight charters and the occasional day charter for 24. Completely equipped with every amenity and all supplies and spare parts for long distance voyaging – Sandpiper is in sail-away condition. Asking $459,000.

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1984 Crowther 44,

Too Grand.

This beautiful catamaran for sale is a GREAT liveaboard with plenty of head room (6’5″). Sails flat even in 8′ seas! Draws less than 3′. This boat has a mast height, which is low enough to travel down the ICW (under the 65′ bridges). Stainless custom boarding ladder for ease of water access. Designed by famed Australian multihull designer Lock Crowther and built by Melrose Marine, this boat has a decent saloon on the bridgedeck as you walk in, with the owners cabin on the port side and the quest cabin on the starboard side, forward of the galley. Asking $129,900.

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2012 Custom AG 52,

Sesame.

This 52-foot trimaran was originally conceived by a racer for family cruising, designed with stability, speed and safety in mind. Built out of Balsa Epoxy and Kevlar, she is very rigid and weighs only 9T lightweight. Construction began in 2008, she was launched in 2012. Sesame has very modern lines inspired by the panoramic Lagoon roof. She can accommodate 12 in 4 doubles and 4 single berths. Her layout is ideal for family cruising or day charters with her large foredeck. Sesame is easily handled by a couple and capable of a world cruise. The main advantages of this trimaran are: high stability, cruising speed, navigation safety in all weathers. It is lightweight, has panoramic roof, with squarely living room and kitchen offers exceptional comfort, overlooking 360°, It is equipped with quality equipment (HARKEN- Electric winches, watermaker DESSALATOR DELTA SAILS sails, 6.5 KW generator CUMMINS. Currently located in Nosy Be, Madagascar. Asking $413,000.

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2007 Endeavour Trawler Cat 40,

Mi Lilly.

Mi Lilly is the original Trawler Cat 40 design with dual helm stations located up on the open flybridge with hardtop and below at the fully enclosed and climate controlled pilothouse. This yacht features a full-beam master, ample storage, a great saloon for entertaining and a galley any chef would be proud of. Two large staterooms with queen-size berths, hanging lockers and drawer storage Interior cushions covered with DuraTouch upholstery. Hull, deck and structural bulkheads manufactured of biaxial fiberglass with isophthalic/vinylester resins, and Nida core, vacuum bagged Uniglass for critical reinforcement. This well maintained Trawlercat is ready for cruising. Are you? Asking $350,000.

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1991 Wolher Lucien Eve 5,

Maxicat.

4 Cabin, 4 Head layout perfect for charter the charter trade or a large cruising family. View the interior images of this finely-fitted traditional style yacht woodwork. Maxicat was built and designed by a Wolher Lucien who is a knowledgeable catamaran builder. She is well suited for the charter trade and ideal for a Caribbean based owner-operator. Her unique and well-appointed design offer good performance with an easy-to-maintain construction. Deck converts to comfortable lounge area with extensive deck cushions. This boat is built with top quality epoxy resin in La Rochelle, France. In 2009 she was extensively refit including new engines and generator with over $500K invested. Asking $675,000.

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2015 Flashcat 47 Powercat,

– New

The new Flash Cat 47 is the definitive Spanish catamaran capable of competing on quality and price advantage with the best European yards. The finish and attention to detail aim towards the best use and enjoyment of the boat. As for the interior plan, choose a layout for those who prefer to enjoy the sea with a small crew, or surrounded by friends or charter, hosting up to 11 people overnight. The new Flash Cat 47 can be fully customized and adapted to suit the owner. The standard motors have been upgraded to 220HP capable of reaching a top speed of 20 knots. If you prefer more speed, choose engines up to 450 hp, which can reach a maximum speed of 27 knots with reduced fuel consumption compared to other models. The aft platform is longer and totally flat, offering a smoother ride as well as an idyllic and comfortable ‘private beach’. The interior layout has been expanded over the previous model with additional side hatches providing a cutting edge sense of comfort and interior lighting. Asking €448,000.

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2015 Flashcat 47 Powercat,

Cataplexy.

This Lipari 41 is a 3 cabin, 2 head owners’ layout where the whole starboard side is one larger owner’s suite. Very clean one owner catamaran, with leather upholstery in salon that looks and smells like new. All factory installed USA electrical system. Excellent buy from original owner who purchased it new from France and had it delivered to his home in Rotan. From there it was based in Key West for 10 months and then brought to Ft. Lauderdale for sale. Engine hours are low at just over 500hrs! Fully loaded for long range cruising with solar, inverter, A/C, water maker, chart plotter, Radar, Autopilot, LED lights, Dinghy and outboard, and life raft. It has spacious accommodations, relatively high freeboard, and a raised salon with excellent visibility. And like similar cruising cats, it may not sail to weather like a narrow monohull, but off the wind, it’ll leave all but full-bore racing monohulls in the dust. The Lipari also follows some of the newest design trends in cruising cats. It has significant headroom below. Also, instead of the canvas bimini raised above the salon’s coach roof that you’ll find on older cats, the Lipari follows the trend of simply extending the saloon coach roof over what could be called the cockpit, but might more accurately be termed the “exterior lounge area”. The helm station centralizes the running rigging and provides seamless access to the deck as well as sightlines to the boat’s perimeter, or at least most of it. Asking $362,000.

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2008 Fountaine Pajot Salina 48 Evolution,

Aqua Sana.

Aqua Sana is a luxurious boat furnished with the best equipment on the market. She provides top-level comfort with the finest materials and craftsmanship. The upgraded interior is designed by Jean-Jaques Coste and is inspired by the Fountaine Pajot Flagship Range yachts such as the luxurious Galathea 65. The Salina 48 has four spacious double cabins with en suite bathrooms and separate shower areas. There are also two single side berths in the passageways; and 2 single berths in the bows. This yacht features a spacious galley and cockpit area as well as an expansive deck and has plenty of space for 10 -12 people to relax and dine. Aqua Sana has been thoughtfully upgraded by a knowledgeable owner (professional yachtsman). Upgrades include an Mercury Oceanrunner 350 dinghy with Nissan 25hp outboard (2015); 750W solar panels with MPPT controller (2014); Upgraded 12V watermaker (2014); LEDs throughout; Underwater LEDs; New house battery bank (792 Ah in 2015); New alternators; $30,000 osmosis treatment in 2014. This yacht is ideal for families; or is a perfect entry into the crewed charter industry. Asking $399,000.

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2009 Fountaine Pajot Salina 48,

Bella Vita I.

Since her launch in 2009, Bella Vita I has been a dream come true to her owners. She was never a bare-boat charter. Bella Vita I has the ideal layout, with the 4 double cabins with en-suite (head and shower).
Bridge, salon, galley and deck are all on the same level and open onto the huge cockpit, sun lounge, outdoor dining area and stairs to the helm. Having been bought primarily as an ocean going vessel capable of remaining for long periods of time away from land and in all sort of conditions, Bella Vita I was chosen and equipped accordingly. Her hulls are streamlined enough to provide speed and a comfortable motion through the water (minimizing pitching or see-sawing movements), yet are designed to reduce wind funneling beneath. High bridge-deck also means less ‘slapping’, which is often a problem with catamarans. Equipment-wise, this Salina 48 provides everything you could wish for, including 180L/H water maker, scuba equipment, 220V generator, additional freezer and storage space (where single berth midships are normally situated). In perfect condition and ready to keep going on her voyage around the world, Bella Vita I is your chance to walk into your dream and sail away! Asking $495,000.

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1999 Gemini 105Mc,

Linda Lee.

The Gemini 105M has pleasing lines with a slightly raked bow, flat sheer, and sugar-scoop transoms. The rakish cabin profile is emphasized by black acrylic windows and accent lines. The two hulls and bridge deck are molded as one piece, leaving no seams to leak. The solid deck is similarly all one big piece. This beautiful Gemini 105M is a well-equipped catamaran that is fresh to the market! The got awl-gripped in 2013 and hull in November 2014! Bottom just painted in November 2014, and including a new electric windlass. Outfitted with new sails in 2011, Mack full batten mainsail with two reefs and Teflon strong track, lazy jack combo, new main sail cover and so much more. Take advantage of a well-outfitted hull, and a comfortable cruiser! A full maintenance log is available. Owner is ready for a quick sale. Offers encouraged and welcomed! Asking $99,000.

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2006 Gemini 105Mc,

Andiamo Nudo.

When the current owner bought Andiamo Nudo new in 2006 almost every option available was purchased. Many after market options were added. The boat was outfitted for island travel, and in 2008 the owner took his family down the intracoastal and to the Bahamas and spent 8 weeks cruising the Abacos. Andiamo Nudo will accommodate up to 8 people for sleeping while there are three separate staterooms with one head. The interior has 6’3” headroom. The cabin sole molding includes engineered teak and holly inserts. MAIN SALON: Dinette/salon area, dinette seat with storage under. Tri-fold teak saloon table, 2 Bomar hatches with screens, overhead of dinette, 2 – 12 VDC fans, 120 VAC outlet. Main cabin door is large with opening window, opening windows at rear of main cabin allow ventilation between cabin and cockpit under pilothouse. FORWARD: Master cabin with Queen berth is located centerline forward with full hanging locker, two storage lockers, three small storage compartments and vanity with four bins. Bomar hatch with screen overhead. Convenient shelf on port side of berth. Great view forward through large Lexan window. STARBOARD AFT: Double berth in aft cabin. Hanging locker, utility locker, and drawer. PORT FORWARD HEAD: Head – fully molded with storage, wash basin, shower on vertical rail with bulkhead mounted controls with adjustable shower head, Towel locker, molded toilet roll holder and mirror in head. Raritan marine head with 18 gallon holding tank with “Y” valve and deck pump out and gravity drain. Also include a fresh water flush so the head doesn’t stink. Bomar hatch with screen overhead. Plenty of medicine cabinet storage. PORT: Navigation area with storage, battery compartment and chart table outboard and shelf inboard. PORT AFT: Double berth in aft cabin Hanging locker, utility locker and drawer. Asking $129,900.

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2010 Gemini 105Mc,

Fat Cat II.

Standard three cabins, master forward and two double aft. Chart table, storage and head on port side with Galley on starboard side. Asking $150,000.

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2014 Gemini Legacy 35,

Hull 1178.

This is a dealer demo with only 150 hrs on the engines. Priced as a pre-owned boat, but looks and even smells like new. Having never touched salt water, the gel coat, thru hulls and bottom paint look brand new. Raymarine wide screen chart plotter, wind, speed and depth along with autopilot make this Gem ready to cruise. Asking $234,900.

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2014 Gemini Legacy 35,

Moonshadow.

There were many improvements to the 2014 version of the Legacy 35; such changes include: Master Cabin Cabinet – previously, this area was used for water tanks, but have now been relocated to the aft of the boat next to the fuel tanks. This improvement also takes the weight off the bridge deck and moves it lower and farther aft, which improves the motion of the boat. Interior of the cabin has a wood finish. Aft Starboard Cabin Headliner and Hatch Redesign – in redesigning the aft cabin, the headliner is now flush with the contour of the deck thus allowing much more head and elbowroom around the bed. The cockpit hatch was angled into the aft cabin above the bed and is now flush in the cockpit seat producing much more room above the bed on the inboard side. Three Cabin, Two Head Option – The forward starboard cabin can easily be configured as a third cabin or a combination second head/crew cabin. This redesign has a step that covers the toilet and a slide out panel to increase the length of the bed. This change also incorporates an additional window, allowing for more light. Plenty of room for guests with maximum privacy and space! Asking $255,000.

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2014 Gemini Legacy 35,

Sooo Lucky.

Owner layout (3 cabins, 1 head). This Legacy 35’ catamaran has many custom and distinguishing features. Made in America since 1981, the Gemini Legacy has proven to be the most family-friendly performance cruising catamaran in the world, and the reasons are obvious: A 34 inch draft that allows the boat to be pulled up right next to a beach or anchored in small, protected coves. A 14 foot beam, which means the boat can be trucked anywhere in the country, hauled out of the water with a standard size travel lift and kept in a standard size slip. The Gemini Legacy 35 has more interior volume than most 40-foot monohulls. Fast, level sailing. Imagine moving along at wind speed with virtually no heeling. Your drink stays on the table and you stay comfortably reclined in your seat. Fast, family-friendly, easy to maneuver, and affordable – All the reasons this boat has been an American Legacy since 1981. The Gemini Legacy 35 is the most successful cruising catamaran ever built! Asking $245,000.

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2007 Kelsall KSS 46,

Petiso.

This 46-foot, catamaran is one of the finest in her class on the market today. A well-equipped, owner’s version 3 cabin 2 head (+ crew’s quarters and convertible dinette) also features a master head with separate shower and electric toilets. Petiso has never been chartered and includes all the amenities and gear desired for either coastal cruising or blue water passage making: generator, two 55HP Volvo diesels, hard top bimini, dinghy & outboard, radar, GPS, plotter, fish finder, UHF/VHF radio, auto pilot, L-shaped galley, and a full sail inventory main, genoa, spinnaker, electric winches and roller furling gear.
Asking $315,000.

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2006 Lagoon 380 S2,

Peace Out.

This hard to find 2006 Lagoon 380 S2 Owner’s Version is ideally located in San Diego. She is an unbelievably clean and well cared for example of this extremely popular design. Last year’s re-fit included all new exterior canvas; Bimini top and Lazy Cradle, helm cover and seat and all hatch covers, new trampolines, Raymarine auto pilot, and an incredible sound system. This boat has a truly original interior layout and what can finally be called a real owner’s head, where the separate shower offers unequaled comfort. The LAGOON 380 is the pampered model of the line thanks to its superb bar, the panoramic salon and galley that connect directly with the cockpit. It has a grand interior volume for a 38-footer. Ingenious and innovative, like all Lagoons, the LAGOON 380 is not really the smallest, except for its length. Asking $249,500.

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2011 Lagoon 400,

Emmy Kate.

3 Cabins, 3 Heads very nicely equipped owner’s version Lagoon 400. Currently earning strong revenue in a top tier charter fleet…let it keep earning or sail it away! Loaded with additional equipment including full cockpit enclosure, gel batteries (new September 2105), storm sail, EPIRB, complete rigging for spinnaker, para anchor, joystick rudder control, watermaker thru hulls & seacocks, autopilot smart remote, radar digital antenna, VHF cable a& antenna in mast, salt/freshwater deck washdown, square-top mainsail, three electric winches, square-hole mesh trampoline, scuba gear, multiple anchors, larger engines, center console tender and more! Asking $329,000.

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2004 Lagoon 400,

Quidam.

Even a short look back in time shows how accustomed we have become to luxury in our boats. We expect beautiful wood joinery, smooth fiberglass work, large electrical systems, sophisticated navigation gear, electric winches, effortless sail handling, spacious living areas, and galleys that rival our kitchens at home. This 4-cabin/4-cabin Lagoon 440 has all that, and more. Asking $359,000.

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2006 Lagoon 440,

Saga.

4 Bathrooms/4 Cabins. Located in Florida and in perfect condition. This is one of the popular catamarans of all time. Full Air conditioning (5). All instruments are new. Ergonomic 360-degree visibility. Many upgrades in 2014, including: 2 Vitrifrigo 12 and 110 volt (1 Freezer and 1 Refrigerator), propane stove and oven, microwave, fenders and dock lines, and all cockpit cushions (Sunbrella). Raymarine GPS includes 2014 Florida Chart. Asking $380,000.

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2012 Lagoon 450,

Coco d’iles.

Coco d’iles is a 4 cabin, owner’s boat, never chartered, cruising in Polynesia. The boat looks like new, fully equipped for comfortable live aboard and long cruising. Great opportunity to immediately get a L450 in “turn key” condition. Owner may deliver the boat to New Zealand or Australia. Custom decoration on hulls, stickers will be removed on request. Asking $430,000.

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2013 Lagoon 450,

La Rruri.

This Lagoon 450 catamaran is among the top available. Highly spec’d, this yacht has only done light local cruising, it has not been slept in or cooked in, keeping it like new. Additional equipment includes watermaker, Sat Vision TV dome, TV’s in each cabin and saloon, Bose entertainment system throughout, XM satellite radio, KVH3 Satellite phone system, radar, chartplotter at flybridge and nav, dual throttles, joystick at nav, a/c, generator, crew berths in the forepeaks, icemaker, washer/dryer underwater lights, etc. This is a yacht that that will take you anywhere in comfort and luxury. Asking $665,000.

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2009 Lagoon 500,

Antonio.

Lagoon 500, charter version with 5 cabins & 5 heads + crew cabin in bow compartment. Excellent condition. Well equipped. The Lagoon 500 is a luxurious and comfortable yacht for cruising to exotic waters with exceptional performance. The flybridge provides an extra living space with an uninterrupted views of the sea, sails, and stars. Built entirely by the infusion technique, this Lagoon has a structure with optimal quality in rigidity and strength for a precisely controlled weight. Combined with a generous sail area, this carefully monitored displacement promises some excellent performances under sail. Light oak Alpi woodwork and laminated wenge floors for a modern and comfortable look. Asking $549,000.

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2008 Leopard 47 PC,

Happy Hours.

4 Cabins, 4 Heads Layout. The Leopard 47 Powercat features ground breaking innovations in comfort, safety and performance. This power catamaran is designed by architects Morrelli and Melvin and built by award winning South African boat builders Robertson and Caine. Built using the latest technology and materials, the Leopard 47 Powercat integrates an open-plan layout with exceptional interior volume, offering a comfortable power cat that combines spacious accommodations with superior performance levels. She features outdoor and indoor dining areas, a fully equipped galley, spacious saloon with forward facing navigation station, and a cocktail bar off the galley. Cabins have en suite lavatories and stall showers plus plenty of storage space, ventilation, and lighting. On the flybridge, a centrally positioned helm station is covered by a hardtop bimini and offers excellent visibility on all corners of the yacht for ease of maneuvering. Complete with wrap around seating for 8, a wet bar, and drink holders, the flybridge is the perfect place to take in the scenery. Asking $349,000.

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2005 Manta 42 Mk II,

Synchronicity.

Rare opportunity! Low hours on the diesel engines and this boat is loaded with all the options. Fully commissioned, and available immediately! Over $45,000 spent on new electronics and upgrades. Lots of spare parts, additional inventory and safety equipment. Interior finish is a blend of maple and teak wood veneer, vinyl headliners, fabric hull-liners, accented with Swanstone Almond Galaxy composite countertops, Baltic Blue Ultraleather fabric, wood moldings, louvered wood doors and high durability synthetic teak and holly soles. Skyshade blinds for all opening ports and stateroom hatches. L-shaped settee covered with Baltic Blue Ultraleather. Large Custom adjustable dining table – Arrigoni folding teak and veneer. Two hassocks with additional storage maple and teak veneer and Baltic Blue Ultraleather seat tops. Extensive galley storage incl. large pantry in port hull. Navigational area with chart storage and locker with adjustable shelves. Full-size hanging/wet locker with storage shelf and floor drains. Custom companionway entrance step with inside storage. Owners stateroom has a queen-size fore-aft berth with custom Tempurepedic-topped foam mattress. Head with huge separate stall shower, Swanstone Almond Galaxy sink, Quiet Flush fresh water electric head, huge vanity cabinet behind full-mirrored doors, stainless rods between bulkheads for multiple towels and solid handholds. Starboard hull features queen-size berth aft and double-size berth forward. Asking $380,000.

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2002 Nor-Tech 5000 Supercat,

Predator IV.

This 50’ powercat looks new and was always kept on a lift and in a heated garage. Been used in fresh water. Tested only in salt water. And it has No.6 Drives with Hering Performance Props and sets on a Tandum Goose Neck Myco Trailer. It has a bed on top of the tunnel and a couch in the V. On the other side it has a sink and toilet. Has 2 1150 engines with polished blower and headers and valve covers. Which is awesome to look at. It is a Show Piece. Asking $350,000.

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1992 Privilege 39,

Harmony.

This is one of the few Prestige Owners Versions from Jeantot Marine. She is well appointed and has been received numerous upgrades since first commissioned in 1991. Harmony offers a large forward Master Stateroom complimented by a queen size bed, private head and office. There is a sizable Galley, two comfortable Aft Staterooms with additional head and a spacious Main Salon with navigation station. This 3-stateroom vessel sleeps 6 and offers more storage and open space than the 4-stateroom version. The cockpit offers expansive seating and room to move around while entertaining. Dual helms offer maximum visibility when docking and while underway. The port hull houses an office and storage forward. Looking aft through galley area to aft cabin with double bed and convenient washbasin, while the starboard hull has a large head and shower forward. Walking aft through an abundance of closet and storage lockers, a head to starboard, and aft stateroom the same as port side. The main salon has a large table with wrap around seating, and abundant custom storage and shelving behind. There is a navigation station to starboard. Asking $165,000.

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2008 Privilege 445,

Tarifa.

Tarifa is a small town on the southernmost coast of Spain. Known as one of the world’s most popular destinations for wind sports, it is quite befitting for this Privilege 445 to share its. Privilege, a brand known for expertise in design and quality in construction, optimizes space in this Privilege 445. Add to that zoned air conditioning – three groups for salon, forward cabins and aft cabins – an Onan generator, water maker, full galley with refrigeration and ice chest and you have all the trappings of an excellent live aboard. Want to sail the world? She can do that too! With a Marechal mast and three reef points battened mainsail this catamaran can move! Inverters in all cabins and cockpit add convenience and a Raymarine electronics suite including color chart plotter will help get you where you want to go … even all the way to Tarifa, Spain! Asking €275,000.

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1999 Privilege 465,

Dream On.

Alliaura Marine has earned a reputation as the premier catamaran builder in the world, and this yacht is an exceptional example. It was built to the specifications of an experienced yachtsman who included many features to facilitate shorthanded cruising. The mainsail, for instance, can be set and reefed from the cockpit. Ventilation is exceptional with a total of 15 (!) deck hatches and 12 (!) opening ports – no need for A/C especially at anchor. The second owner has had her professionally cared for. Both engines were recently detailed and overhauled (2015) by an accredited Yanmar agent. Earlier layers of anti-fouling were removed in April 2015 and the hulls were given a protective coating of epoxy before being anti-fouled. All you will need before setting out on your cruise is to provision up and get an inspection for the 8-man life raft. Dream On has 4 double cabins and 4 heads with showers. Asking $385,000.

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1996 Prout 46 Owner’s Edition,

Felix.

Don’t let Felix’s age fool you. As a live aboard boat, she has been constantly maintained and upgraded by her meticulous owners. The AeroRig is a DELIGHT to sail. Felix is an owner’s edition design, built to the highest Lloyds of London standards, with an amazing AeroRig mast. Huge salon, more like a small condo than a boat. Gourmet galley, spacious main head with shower for two. 2 state rooms with a sleeping loft. Airy, light, and picturesque views from main salon. 10 opening hatches and 10 opening ports. The helms person has remarkable 360 degrees views while sailing, and is always sheltered in the fully enclosed cockpit. The captain is in the same area as guests and crew; not in some exposed and remote location. ONLY ONE CONTROLLING LINE. Tacking and Gybing is fun and easy due to the balanced self-tacking rig. The jib has a traveler forward of the mast and requires no adjustments once set. The un-stayed mast permits the carbon fiber rig to flex in heavy winds, thus permitting delayed reefing. No strained shrouds & stays to worry about. Coming about is simply a matter of turning the helm. The main sail can be easily trimmed with the self-tailing 2-speed winch in the cockpit. The 2014 main sail can be raised or lowered at almost any wind angle, simply by slacking the sheet and letting the rig rotate and flag as the sail is raised or lowered. No need to bring the bow of the boat into the wind. Going down wind is one of the AeroRig’s best features. No blanketed and luffing headsail, the jib is always in clean air, no worry of accidental gybing. The mast being forward aids in steering down wind, and reduces load on steering systems. The NEW 2013, Volvo 55hp engines and sail drives provide ample power, 7+ knots cruising, and easy maneuverability when docking. Felix has logged thousands of ocean voyaging miles. She’s built to take all conditions and is ready to go anywhere, comfortably. Two fresh water tanks, 100 gallons each. Holding tank, 40 gallon capacity. Asking $305,000.

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2009 Prowler 48,

White Whale.

White Whale is a 4 cabin, 4 head layout with a large galley in the aft starboard are in the salon. Forward to the port side is a large forward facing navigation station with helm and engine controls. The owner of this yacht was a marine engine dealer and has preformed all scheduled maintenance and changed engine oil every 200hrs. This was the last Prowler 48 built. This one-owner boat was finished by another boat yard in South Africa to a higher end construction than the other Prowlers build before White Whale. Seller is motivated and is selling because of time demands with current business commitments prevents him from fully enjoy the use of this fine over built cruising yacht. Panoramic windows offer light, visibility, and spaciousness. Elegant wood finish with teak and holly flooring throughout. Comfortable L-shaped lounge with spacious salon table designed to seat 8. Plenty of storage and overly large double berths. Asking $290,000.

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1989 Simpson 48,

Peregrine.

This catamaran has 4 cabins, 2 heads, galley up and the salon seats 8-10. New Engines with 100 hrs. New standing rigging incl chainplates 2013 complete engine and running gear (shafts, struts, Kiwi Props, rudders, hydraulic steering) replaced 2010-2012. (2) Electric winchs, Solar Panels. New heads (2). mostly new running rigging, Doyle stack pack, lazy jacks and mainsail track. Double elec. windlass and main winch. New (2014) house battery bank (Rolls 1200 amp/h). Asking $163,000.

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2000 St. Francis 44 Mark II,

Sojourner.

This catamaran is well equipped for the live-aboard lifestyle with solar, wind generator, watermaker, large freezer, SSB, radar, new engine to port, new saildrive to starboard, sssnewer sails and Stack Pack. She has an ICW friendly mast, is US duty paid and recently had her annual maintenance and bottom job. St Francis Mk II Catamaran hull #31 out of 49, this boat has never been chartered. It is in great condition and has many new upgrades & systems. St Francis has the highest percentage of circumnavigated hulls of any major manufacturer. The St Francis is balanced like no other cat. Engines, batteries, fuel and water tanks are all “mid ship”, allowing for a performance hull design to glide thru seas, and can turn in a tight fairway on its own center axis. The St Francis 44 boasts the easiest and most accessible deck mountings and fittings of almost any vessel. Chain plates can be removed, and stanchions and cleats can be re-bedded without emptying lockers or dismantling cabinetry. The current owners have been living aboard full time and cruising since they purchased it. The owners have been continuously improving and upgrading the condition and various systems as they cruise their floating home to new ports. She is truly a “turnkey” vessel ready to take the new owners to dreams and beyond. Asking $279,000.

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1996 Summer Twins 28,

Meercat Two.

The Summer Twins 28 by Heavenly Twins is a blue water capable cruising catamaran. Meercat Two has crossed the Atlantic, plus cruised the Caribbean and Mexico. She was built with safety of crew in mind, featuring forward collision bulkheads, with massive reserve flotation and buoyancy behind the bulkheads in the sterns. Construction features stainless steel rudders, one piece molded hulls, and topsides stiffened with core-mat. This is a stable, proven cruiser, which has weathered Atlantic gales and still allowed the crew to cook in the ample galley and dine in the salon, while keeping a lookout. She is ideally suited for family sailing, with a large comfortable interior, which sleeps six in two private double staterooms, plus a convertible dinette in the salon. The two cabins are aft, with double beds, clothes storage and dressing areas. The salon has a “U” shaped settee with ample seating for 6 adults and a large dining table, which folds into a cocktail table. There is ample storage and bookshelves. It has an enormous head, with shower in the starboard forward hull. There are 5 opening hatches, 4 opening ports and 12 windows for all around visibility, which creates a bright, sunny interior, plus allows for a safe watch from inside the boat. She also has 2 Nicro Power vents. There is also a propane heater for cool days and nights. Asking $54,900.

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2008 Sunreef 62,

Zahora.

Aboard Zahora, sailors find a place where sea and wind rule and life presents another day of freedom. This vessel is a perfect combination of interior and exterior living spaces providing its owners a connection to the sea and its surroundings. The protected flybridge helm provides full control of the vessel, just behind it a table and lounge is perfect for family and guests to feel comfortable and secure while taking part in the sailing experience. The spacious lower cockpit features a large dining table, secondary table to starboard, lounger, ample seating and easy access for all water sports. A conjunction between modern and classic style this yacht while ideal for charter was designed for extended family with double cabins with pullman beds aft, double cabins forward and bunk beds midships in each hull, plus crew’s quarters forward, sleeping 14 guests. The tasteful interior finishes are American Walnut and Anegre woods. With a choice of 5 sails, full electronics, watermaker, etc this yacht has cruised extensively and is ready for more. Asking $1,180,000.

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2007 Tasman 35,

Black Diamond.

Featuring 3 double berths in private cabins – The Tasman 35 has one large bathroom as well as an ensuite. The cockpit is covered by an awning providing excellent shade protection. These facilities along with the full standing headroom, spacious galley and well ventilated interior make the Tasman 35 a very popular choice for two couples or a family. Asking $210,801.

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2005 Telstar 28,

Jo Sea Maria.

This trimaran is battle tested with blue water trips to Key West, the Bahamas and the Dry Tortuguas, however permanently moored in fresh water lake or stored on land. New mast, new standing rigging and bottom paint last year. Extras include asymmetrical spinnaker, extendable spinnaker pole, canvas dodger, bimini top, chart plotter, steaming light, marine radio, Ray Marine ST-60 wind & tri-data package, trailer. Light and airy interior salon with six-foot head room. Wide port light array of windows, two overhead Bomar hatches. Teakwood table centerpiece with seating for six. Up front, a separate head, vanity sink and over 10 cubic feet of storage space. Navigation station. Additional storage available on the portside of the centerboard case. Asking $49,900.

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2012 Vision 450,

Zing.

The Vision 450 from Matrix Yachts is a modern innovative sailing vessel that caters for the cruising fraternity and bare boat charter market. It unique and distinctive lines follows many of the same concepts and styling that the highly successful Silhouette 760 is well known for. Due to its high volume hulls and unique coach roof and decks styling the interior is exceptionally spacious and well appointed. The comfort provided and ergonomics of the entire yacht were carefully studied to give the whole family a pleasant experience and environment to enjoy. Zing is fully equipped, delivered and commissioned! Tons of charter revenue in place! New vessel as of 12-2011. Let it earn $$$ or sail it away! Matrix has agreed to add brand-new air conditioning and generator to this vessel AND have reduced the price! Asking $368,000.

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2002 Voyage 580,

Lady Andrea.

If you’re planning to own a luxury crewed charter yacht put this one at the top of your list. Lady Andrea was launched in 2003 this has been a very successful fully crewed charter yacht since new. Never bareboated! This Voyage 580 features 5 double guest cabins all with private heads and showers + a double crew cabin and head. She has passed all her BVI inspections and is completely legal to continue to charter and the sale includes a very active crewed charter schedule. Busy family schedules have motovated the owner to reduce the price to sell now. The galley is conveniently located on the bridge deck with 360 degree views. The large cockpit is covered by a permanent fiberglass bimini top. Very large cockpit which is covered with a permanent, fiberglass Bimini top. Asking $675,000.

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