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MULTIHULLS July/August 2019

REPORTING ON CATAMARANS AND TRIMARANS WORLDWIDE SINCE 1975

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Also in this issue:

Two Oceans 110 Day Charter • Shadow Cat • Nautitech 46 • Sun Concept Cat 12 • Nacra Europeans


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A More Spacious, New World is Now Open

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Cats have long been acknowledged to offer far more space

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and stability than mono-hulls. The BAVARIA NAUTITECH 40

gloriously open to sun and stars. The 40 OPEN lives far

OPEN expands on that premise by combining the cockpit and

beyond her 40’ LOA and is available with three or four

salon, creating the most people-friendly and weather-friendly

ensuite staterooms. As a high performance cruising yacht

living space for a charter yacht.

she is fast and nimble and sails comfortably through

The 40 OPEN is the result of the highest forms of German engineering and French styling

weather of the nastiest nature. This is a singular new wave of design and functionality for a 40-foot yacht, expanding the space and possibilities of cruising and living under sail.

The large cockpit opens broadly to the salon. Each space now becomes part of the other. Dining, entertaining or relaxing

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MULTIHULLS DEPARTMENTS 4 NEWS BRIEFS:

• Multitech Opens in BVI • New Multitech Lift in Edgewater • New Launches in Cannes • New Zealand Boat Show • New INEOS/ELG AC75 • Las Olas Marina Redeveloped • Rutgerson Now in Canada • Tennis Star Buys a Sunreef

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• B&G V60-B VHF • Simrad Boat Connect • Boat Fix Vessel Monitoring • Gill UV Tec Clothing • Evinrude E-Tec G2 • Stainless Steel Rub Rails

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• Turtle Brownies • Ginger Snaps • Coffee Cake • Peanut Butter Cookies • Chocolate Upside-down Cake On the cover: At anchor relaxing under the bow shade of the latest addition to the World Cat family. The broad bow area seats up to 12 adults and comes with two electrically actuated tables. Article on page 44.

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FEATURES

34 INCAT CROWTHER SHADOW CAT – HODOR

This 70-meter powercat accommodates five

tenders, jet skis, quad bikes, a submarine garage, a helipad, a large complement of crew, staff and support equipment.

38 NAUTITECH 46

The Nautitech 46 Open and 46 Fly have been redesigned by architect Marc Lombard for upgraded performance and an incomparable sailing experience.

42 SUN CONCEPT CAT 12.0

SWEET TREATS

July/August 2019 • Volume 45 • Number 4 30 TWO OCEANS’ 110 DAY CHARTER The Two Oceans 110 Day Charter Catamaran is the biggest composite and leisure catamaran ever to be launched in South Africa.

With capacity up to 45 passengers, CAT 12.0 can be a small luxury yacht, a tourist transport ship or even a well-deserved luxury for those who love the sea.

44 WORLD CAT 400DC-X

World Cat introduces its new flagship, the 400DC-X, created in partnership with Tampa Yachts. This dual-console layout can be built with one of 12 transom designs. You can also choose vinyls, fabrics, hardsurface materials and custom colors for a build-to-order boat. MULTIHULLS Magazine | July/August 2019


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24 IN THE SPIRIT: TOP 10

NAUTICAL-THEMED COCKTAILS

BY DANIELLA WENDER

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• Sea Breeze • Dark n Stormy • A Little Dinghy • Port & Starboard • Sex with the Captain • Salty Dog • Anchors Away • Foghorn • Maritime Martini • Bright n Windy

50 BOAT TEST: EASTWARD BOATS’ HORIZON 3000 BY CAPTAIN STEVE LARIVEE

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62 MULTIHULL VACATIONS: HOW TO FISH IN THE BVI COURTESY OF THE CATAMARAN COMPANY

74 RACING: VOLVO NACRA 17 EUROPEANS 2019

76 RACING:

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SAILGP – NEW YORK Japan Beats Australia to Sit Atop Leaderboard

by One Point

79 RACING: 2019 BELL’S BEER BAYVIEW MACKINAC Challenge at Every Turn Determines Winners

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News Briefs Multitech Marine Opens New Location in US Virgin Islands Multitech Marine VI is located at American Yacht Harbor on the east end of the Island of St. Thomas. This location is at the gateway to the BVI, but also an easy downwind sail to the Spanish Virgin islands. Multitech VI provides the same quality services as their other locations in Fort Lauderdale and Annapolis. Multitech Marine is now located in three convenient locations in the USA: • Lauderdale Marine Center in Fort Lauderdale, Florida • Pier 7 Resort Marina in Edgewater, Maryland (near Annapolis) • US Virgin Islands in American Yacht Harbor.

Lagoon, Fountaine Pajot, Gemini and Nautitech catamarans, as well as Jeanneau and Prestige Yachts.

For more information visit: www. multitechmarine.net or e-mail: info@multitechmarine.net MM

Arrival of the New Marine Hydraulic Lift in our North East Location Multitech Marine North East is pleased to announce the arrival of their Marine Hydraulic Lift. Multitech will now offer haulout services in Edgewater, which is convenient to the Annapolis, South and Eastern Bay areas for catamarans up to 63’ in length and 34’ in beam, as well as haul out capabilities for powerboats up to 50 tons. In addition to their haul out capabilities, Multitech provides the most experienced catamaran specific service capabilities in the U.S. and is factory authorized by 4

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New Launches at 2019 Cannes Yachting Festival – September 10 to 15 As the first show in the European boating season, the Cannes Yachting Festival is the region’s leading in-water boating event and is the platform for Fountaine Pajot and NEEL Trimarans to unveil a range of new multihulls for the first time in the world. Fountaine Pajot will stage the world premiere of the NEW 45 sailing catamaran at the show, alongside the Astréa 42, Lucia 40, Saona 47 and Alegria 67, while the Fountaine Pajot Motor Yacht division will

showcase the impressive MY 37, MY 40 and MY 44 at the event. NEEL Trimarans will unveil two groundbreaking new models, including the NEEL 47 and the NEEL 65 Evolution. The Cannes Yachting Festival takes place in elegant, luxurious surroundings of the sparkling bay of Cannes in France. This year’s show will have the venues split, with power boats on display in the Old Port and sailing vessels on display in nearby Port Canto. More information on the Cannes Yachting Festival can be found at www.cannesyachtingfestival.com. MM

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Multihull Solutions Launches New Zealand’s First Outof-Water Boat Show Following the overwhelming success of Multihull Solution’s Out-of-Water Boat Show on the Gold Coast, the company will replicate the facility at its New Zealand Sales Centre in late 2019. The purpose-built year-round Out-of-Water Boat Show is based at the Multihull Solutions Sales Centre in Whangarei just over two hours north of Auckland and has been developed in partnership with the New Zealand’s most popular multihull hub, the Norsand Boatyard. The first of its kind in New Zealand, the Out-of-Water Boat Show provides an extremely affordable and effective means for clients to successfully sell their multihull with rates at half the price of a regular marina berth. Buyers can inspect an extensive range of multihulls for sale from hull to interior on the hard in one convenient location with easy access for survey6

ors to conduct inspections prior to purchase. The facility is also conveniently located at a New Zealand Customs Clearance site making it extremely appealing for international cruisers to sell their vessel in Whangarei once they have completed their cruising adventures. Multihull Solution’s agreement with Customs enables sellers to list their boat for sale without being out of pocket with taxes. As the main showroom for the entire South Pacific region, the new facility is the only venue that buyers need to visit to view an expansive range of quality pre-owned multihulls on the hard. The Out-of-Water Boat Show concept allows sellers to showcase their boat for sale in a premium display space incurring less wear and tear on the vessel than traditional marina sales berths. The facility is professionally operated and located in a secure fully-fenced venue with convenient access to comprehensive shipyard facilities for any maintenance or repair work.

A team of multihull specialists is also on hand to facilitate all aspects of the sales process, making it an easy and stress-free process for clients. Professional maintenance and cleaning packages are available to ensure each vessel is in pristine condition for buyers to inspect. The Norsand yard is also the ideal base to manage any required refit and overhaul after clients have completed their Pacific cruising adventures. The shipyard offers quality warranty works and contractors for major brands like Catana, Fountaine Pajot, Leopard, Sunreef and more, and is the ideal facility to prepare multihulls for sale in the Out-of-Water Display. Further information on the new Out-of-Water Boat Show in New Zealand can be obtained by contacting Multihull Solutions on 1300 855 338 or +61 7 5452 5164 (within Australia),  +64 (0) 9 432 7032 (within New Zealand), e-mailing info@multihullsolutions.co.nz  or visiting the website at www.multihullsolutions.co.nz. MM


ELG Carbon Fibre and INEOS Team UK Committed to Closing the Loop in Marine Manufacturing ELG Carbon Fibre, a market leader in recycled carbon fiber materials, and INEOS Team UK are working together to ensure sustainable materials and practices are incorporated into The America’s Cup 2021 build program. ELG has been a Technical Supplier to INEOS Team UK since the campaign began in 2018 and has processed 1000 kg of carbon manufacturing waste and end-of-use parts for the British Challengers. From ELG’s specialist facility in the West Midlands, INEOS Team UK’s recovered fibers are converted into milled and chopped products to make thermoset and thermoplastic compounds and non-woven mats. These reprocessed products are then used to manufacture composite structures during the production of the AC75 boat that will compete in Auckland in 2021. Although precise details of the boat’s design remain a closely guarded secret, ELG can reveal their recycled non-woven materials have been used in the production of two cradles to support the AC75 during transit as well as the hull and deck molds. ELG’s technicians conducted a range of fiber characterization analyses on INEOS Team UK’s feedstock. Every batch of material that is processed is also given a classification to support traceability and

consistency in the fibres recovered, and therefore in the final product. All these processes adhered to BS EN ISO 9001:2015 and EN 9100:2016 quality standards. Both organizations view this partnership as a vital step in addressing the issue of global carbon consumption and raising awareness of the urgent need to move towards closed loop recycling within the marine industry. Alan Boot, Naval Architect for INEOS Team UK, comments. “The reuse of carbon fiber products is a real game changer. We are diverting waste away from landfill and closing the loop in our production methods wherever possible. ELG’s products have fitted seamlessly into our manufacturing processes which demonstrates how successfully these materials can be in a range of commercial markets. This is a really exciting time in terms of boat production and will hopefully lead the way for other manufacturers to follow suit.” “This is the perfect partnership. ELG’s recycled carbon fibre products are helping to support the vital message of sustainability in elite sport and that is something we are very proud to be associated with,” comments Frazer Barnes, ELG Carbon Fibre’s Managing Director. INEOS Team UK AC75 Boat 1 will be launched this summer. For more information, visit: www.elgcf.com

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Suntex Marinas’ Redevelopment of Las Olas Marinas Moves Forward Suntex Marina Investors LLC (Suntex), the premier owner and operator of best-in-class marina properties, recently announced that the Fort Lauderdale City Commission has voted unanimously to approve plans for the renovation of Las Olas Marina. Suntex’s initial bid was selected by the city in 2016 and the lease was signed on May 3, 2018. The City Commission gave final approval on July 9, 2019. The company has entered into a 50-year lease with the city to develop and operate the city-owned space. This will be a multi-million-dollar project and is in addition to the $70 million redevelopment by the City to create waterfront and beach access, a park, new parking facilities and renovate existing sidewalks. The marina will include 68 boat slips capable of handling vessels up to 250-feet and two buildings – a 11,231-square-foot, twostory high-end restaurant and a 24,401-square-foot, 3-story marine services building containing

another restaurant, dockmaster’s office, ship store, offices, a rooftop gym and a swimming pool, all with expansive views of the Intercoastal Waterway. There will also be lounges, a kitchen and showers for yacht crews. “We are eager to begin redevelopment,” said David Filler, head of Florida investments for Suntex. “Our plans for Las Olas that have just been voted on by the City Commission are designed to give our guests the highest-quality experience, while providing the greatest possible benefit for the community. There is nothing else like it. We are so grateful of the residents and elected officials of the City of Fort Lauderdale for their continued support.”

“Las Olas is located at the epicenter of the yachting capital of the world,” said Bryan Redmond, president of Suntex. “The entire Suntex team has a steadfast determination to be responsible stewards of sustainable, inclusive and conscientious communities. We look forward to applying that same high standard to Fort Lauderdale that we hold for all of our properties across the country.” The Suntex portfolio of 45 marinas are located in California, Florida, Georgia, Iowa, Kentucky, Maryland, New Jersey, Oklahoma, Texas, Tennessee and Virginia. For more information on Suntex Marina Investors LLC, or the complete portfolio of Suntex marinas, please contact info@suntex.com or visit www.suntex.com. About Suntex Marina Investors, LLC – Suntex Marinas engages in the ownership and management of marina properties. The executive officers at Suntex have over 100 years combined experience investing in, acquiring, and managing marinas. Suntex manages 45 marina properties in the United States, leveraging its ownership and management platforms to provide leadership within the marina sector and to acquire institutional quality marinas to enhance customer experience. MM

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Rutgerson Lands in Canada Rutgerson teams up with Quebec-based distributor Dada Marine to launch a full assortment of deck hardware and sail fittings on the Canadian marine market. “We are very pleased to launch our products in Canada. Finding well-matched distributors is a key strategy for driving sales and we are convinced that Dada Marine has the perfect profile to help us establish on the Canadian market, says Rutgerson’s Area Sales Manager Anders Forsell. Dada Marine’s mission is to bring peace of mind to navigators by offering reliable marine hardware with no compromise for quality. The company is based in the province of Quebec, and founded by Martin Dalbec – an experienced sailor, engineer and logistic specialist with an extensive network and a solid background in the Canadian boating industry. ”Rutgerson are known among boatbuilders and sailors all over the world for their high Swedish quality and innovative solutions. I see a great potential for their products on the Canadian refit market and

look forward to represent Rutgerson’s brand in my country”, says Dada Marines CEO Martin Dalbec. Rutgerson is a world-leading manufacturer of marine hardware such as blocks, track systems, hatches, clutches, portlights and sail fittings. All products are designed and produced in Marstrand on the Swedish west coast and distributed by an extensive network of distributors in more than 40 countries around the world. For more information, contact: anders.forsell@ rutgerson.se or martin@dadamarine.com MM

Tennis Star Rafael Nadal Joins Sunreef Yachts’ Family of Owners Rafael Nadal has recently commissioned an 80 Sunreef Power catamaran with Sunreef Yachts. An avid multihull enthusiast, the international tennis superstar has selected the shipyard’s latest motor yacht model, having visited and chartered Sunreef Yachts’ catamarans in the past. “As someone from an island as I am, the sea is part of our lives and It’s not a secret that I love the sea.

Every time I am at home in Mallorca I try to go out and find that time where I can just enjoy my time on a boat. I am very happy to be on board of this Sunreef Yachts family and would like to thanks Mr. Francis Lapp for making this possible.” – Rafael Nadal We are very excited to have one of the greatest tennis players of all time on board with us. Mr. Nadal’s personality, skills and strength are an inspiration to us.” – Francis Lapp, Sunreef Yachts Founder and President

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With 82 titles overall including 18 Grand Slam victories as well as a record 34 ATP Tour Masters 1000 titles, Rafael Nadal is one of the world’s most renowned athletes. His fully-customized catamaran is due for delivery in 2020. The first unit from the 80 Sunreef Power range is to premiere in September 2019 at the Cannes Yachting Festival. For more information about Sunreef, visit: www.sunreef-yachts. com or e-mail: yachtsales@catamarans.com MM 9


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Featured Products B&G V60-B, The First VHF Radio with AIS Transmit/ Receive Capability B&G recently announced the release of the first VHF radio with a fully integrated Class B AIS transceiver, the V60-B VHF radio. For the first time, a VHF radio can transmit your vessel’s position over AIS. The V60-B has a large screen, intuitive interface, built-in AIS Class B transceiver, a front-mountable design for easy installation and optional wireless handsets with inductive charging. The AIS transceiver built into the V60-B can receive position data from other vessels like the original V60 but is also capable of sharing its position with nearby AIS-equipped vessels, improving situational awareness and collision avoidance.

Position data of other vessels is clearly viewable on the V60-B screen and can be overlaid on top of a chart or radar through a compatible multifunction display over NMEA 0183 and NMEA 2000. The B&G V60-B radio is scheduled to start shipping in June 2019 and priced at $1,099. For more information on the V60-B radio or the full range of B&G sailing electronics and navigational products,

Worry Less About Your Boat with Simrad BoatConnect Announcing the latest in remote, real-time vessel monitoring – Simrad BoatConnect provides boat owners with the ultimate peace of mind at an unparalleled value, keeping users informed of their boat’s location, battery level, trip history and more. Delivering important updates on a boat’s status to a compatible smartphone, BoatConnect is comprised of an easy-to-install hub and an easy-to-use app. Once installed, the solution provides at-a-glance information to enhance the boating experience. Perfect for trip planning, users can quickly access real-time weather in the vicinity of their boat, as well as confirm the current status of onboard power using the remote battery check option. In the event the battery drops below a pre-defined threshold, users are notified with immediate status updates. The BoatConnect app enables boat owners to keep track of family and friends using their boats and includes a trip log allowing boaters to maintain an 12

visit www.bandg.com. About Navico: A privately held, international corporation, Navico is currently the world’s largest marine electronics company, and is the parent company to leading marine electronics brands: Lowrance, Simrad Yachting, B&G and C-MAP. Navico has approximately 1,500 employees globally and distribution in more than 100 countries worldwide. www.navico.com

active record of their time on the water. For enhanced security when a boat is not in use, the app also allows owners to establish a virtual perimeter, known as a “geo-fence,” around their vessel and receive alerts if it travels outside a designated area. This feature comes in handy in the event of theft – enabling users to trace their boat’s location.

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The BoatConnect hub is hard-wired to a vessel’s battery and, if power is lost, will continue to provide updates for up to five days on internal backup power. “The BoatConnect service gives boat owners valuable peace of mind,” said Knut Frostad, CEO, Navico Group. “Whether your vessel is moored, anchored or tied up in a slip, BoatConnect provides access at your fingertips to what is happening on and around your vessel. We look forward to enhancing BoatConnect with additional capabilities as new sensors and app updates become available.” The BoatConnect hub is priced at just $99, and the app can be downloaded for free from the Apple or Google Play App Store. Subscription to the BoatCon-

Boat Fix Announces 24/7/365 Vessel Monitoring and Customer Support Service Boat Fix, a telematics service for boat owners, recently announced the launch of its unique vessel monitoring system and Boat Fix Advisors service worldwide. Boat Fix offers the boat owner 24/7/365 customer support. Designed for vessels of all types, ages and sizes, the Boat Fix service offers remote monitoring of all of the vital functions such as battery, bilge pump, shore power and engine hours. The system also enhances vessel security with its anti-theft device for outboard motors and GPS geofencing functionality, which protect boats against theft or unauthorized use in the water or on land and can also be used as an effective remote anchor watch. Unlike other telematics providers, Boat Fix provides its own monitoring with Boat Fix Advisors tracking alarms and providing assistance around the clock, worldwide. Additionally, membership provides free telephone access to Boat Fix technicians providing

nect service is $19.99 per month. The subscription can be cancelled at any time. In 2019, Simrad BoatConnect will be sold only in the Americas, due to connectivity requirements, and BoatConnect activation will be limited to use in the U.S. (including Hawaii and Alaska), as well as Canada. For more information on Simrad BoatConnect visit www.simrad-yachting.com/boatconnect. To learn more about Simrad Yachting’s entire line of marine electronics, please contact 800-628-4487 (toll-free) in the USA or 855-361-1564 (toll-free) in Canada or visit www.simrad-yachting.com. MM

unlimited assistance for all mechanical problems. The Boat Fix device is supported by a free, userfriendly app. “The vast majority of time, your boat is left unattended and that is when you most need Boat Fix,” said Alastair Crawford, CEO of Boat Fix. “We like to stop small problems from becoming expensive nightmares. By installing the Boat Fix telematics solution and subscribing to our 24/7/365 customer support service, Boat Fix Advisors will be watching over your boat all the time, providing predictive, pro-active and stressfree maintenance and unprecedented peace of mind.” Now available, the Boat Fix service is priced at $19.99/month with no fixed term contract or a discounted pre-payment of $199/ year. The one-time $149

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membership fee includes the Boat Fix telematics device and a lifetime warranty on the device. For more information on the Boat Fix solution, visit www.boatfix.co. About Boat Fix: Boat Fix is a leading telematics service for boat owners that ensures a stress-free boating experience, including pro-active technical assistance, straightforward vessel management, and security. The service was founded originally in the UK in 1990 and is now headquartered in Connecticut. Boat Fix has the industry’s only 24/7 service centers in the U.S. and Europe. Using the latest in IoT software, Boat Fix’s team continues to develop the best technology to provide unrivaled customer service to boat owners worldwide. MM

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Stylish Protection From The Sun With Gill’s UV Tec Range Designed for life on and offshore, and perfect for any adventure on the water this summer, Gill’s innovative UV Tec range combines form and function for the ultimate in style and comfort. Featuring t-shirts, shorts, and trousers, UV Tec is perfect for multisport, multi-activity fun in warmer conditions as it offers UPF 50+ protection, as well as being quick drying, lightweight and water repellent. The UV Tec collection offers polos, tees and long sleeve tees (including a zip tee version and crew neck design), made with 100% Polyester, ultra-lightweight technical pique fabric that actively wicks moisture away from the skin and features flat locked seams for comfort. All tops come in both a men’s and a woman’s fit and a variety of appealing colors, including white, medium grey, charcoal, blue and navy.  The UV Tec shorts and trousers are made from a lightweight, cool, comfortable 100% Nylon fabric with a water repellent finish for quick drying. The bottoms also feature zippered front and thigh pockets for secure storage and two rear pockets with soft touch buttons. Available in Graphite, Khaki, Navy, and Silver for men and women, they are designed with a low profile adjustment on the waist for a secure fit. The women’s UV Tec skort is made of the same quick drying, water repellent fabric we see across this range with a discreet side zip and internal button fastening. Finishing off the range is a pair of men’s UV Tec Pro Shorts, which is built with a 4 way stretch fabric and a water repellent finish and features two cargo pockets and two rear pockets. With an abrasion resistant back seat, and a D-ring attachment at the waist, these shorts are perfect for use around the dock.

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Commenting on the UV Tec range, Matt Clark, Gill’s Director of Product Development, concluded, “Gill believe it is really important to give our customers piece of mind whatever the weather and so we went back to the drawing board for our UV Tec range to make sure we are using the very best materials available for protection, comfort and performance. This is a great range of dependable and stylish clothing for any activity wherever the sun is shining around the world.” About Gill Gill was an idea first born on British waters in 1975 by founder Nick Gill, a keen sailor who wanted to create a range of sailing product without compromise; the best fabrics, the best features, the best quality. Now trusted for over 40 years, Gill has grown into an established technical apparel brand meeting consumer needs both on and off the water and continues to combine innovative design with the latest fabric technology to increase the performance of its range. Distributed around the world to 37 countries and more recently through a global Ecommerce platform Gill remains the number one marine glove brand and its comprehensive product range driven by the well-known Race Ocean jacket (0C1) as well as global bestseller the Offshore jacket (0S2) continue to set it apart. For more information, visit: www.gillmarine.com  MM MULTIHULLS Magazine | July/August 2019


Evinrude Launches New 3-Cylinder E-Tec G2 Models Evinrude recently announced the expansion of the revolutionary Evinrude E-TEC G2 product line to include 115 H.O., 140HP and 150HP models. Evinrude’s extended line-up is designed to give more boaters confidence on the water – in any situation. Confidence Through Innovation and Performance Shattering the paradigm for midrange outboards, the new models house a direct injection inline threecylinder powerhead. Delivering refined running quality, and quiet operation, the 115 H.O., 140HP and 150HP models enhance the complete boating experience. With more torque and fuel efficiency at lower RPMs than comparable four-stroke engines, the new E-TEC G2 models give boaters extended cruising capabilities and more power whenever it’s needed. In addition to the thrilling performance, all E-TEC G2 engines are worldwide emissions compliant and have the most user-friendly ownership experience with no break-in period, no dealer-

scheduled maintenance for five-years or 500 hours, five-year factory backed service coverage and no engine oil changes, ever. “We are proud to continue the legacy of Evinrude innovation in 2019 and well into the future,” said Tracy Crocker, president of the BRP Marine Group. “By bringing the E-TEC advancements to the 115 H.O., 140HP and 150HP models, some of the most popular outboard sizes in the market, we are once again, delivering the pinnacle in innovation and performance that inspires confidence in each and every Evinrude owner as they pursue their life on the water.” The Confidence to Know That This Could Be The Best Day On The Water… Ever Evinrude now packs next-generation technology such as digital shift and throttle, the iTrim control system, digital instrumentation, custom color panels and

Stainless Steel Rub Rails To preserve and prevent your deck or hull from damage, our stainless steel rails are very practical. There are various places onboard where sheets and also mooring lines scrub against. Without any protection it would leave unattractive stains. Our rails can also be used as shock protection, or even as a nice eye-catcher and give accentual highlights to your deck. You can obtain our rub rails in halfround or plane, in several different lengths, as well as pre-drilled for countersunk screws – and of course in electrolytically polished stainless steel A4-quality. www.multihullsmag.com | MULTIHULLS Magazine

optional iSteer dynamic power steering into outboards from 115 H.O. to 300 horsepower. Evinrude also added a new look and feel for the 2020 product year. All E-TEC G2 engines will have new premium graphics and give owners the option of white or slate gray frame and two new propellers. In addition, the 115 H.O. and 140 models will be available with premium controls and gauges, as well as a tiller option that feature touch troll and trim switches, LED’s for basic diagnostics and an NMEA 2000 connection for integration with external gauges and accessories. Evinrude’s engine line up, from 3.5 to 300 HP, offers customers superior value across a full range of applications, and are available at authorized Evinrude dealerships worldwide. Follow Evinrude on Facebook at www. facebook.com/brpevinrude. For a complete list of new and existing Evinrude dealers, visit www.evinrude.com. MM

Our rails are available in dimensions such as: Sizes from 10 x 3.5 mm to 20 x 4 mm and length from 80 mm to 300 mm. For more information e-mail Niro Petersen KG at: info@niro-petersen.de or visit: www.niro-petersen.de MM

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In the Galley

with Carolyn Shearlock

Carolyn Shearlock and her husband Dave have been cruising over 11 years and 10,000 miles, first on a Tayana 37 monohull and now on a 34’ Gemini catamaran. Along the way, they sold pretty much everything they owned (twice!), gained a great boat dog, had a bunch of wonderful times and some adventures . . . and learned a ton about what does and doesn’t work! Carolyn has a website www.boatgalley.com and co-authored The Boat Galley Cookbook with Jan Irons, which has over 800 boat-friendly recipes and is available on Amazon and Barnes & Noble.

Sweet Treats

TURTLE BROWNIES

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hese turtle brownies are perfect when you want a really decadent treat! When I was in grade school, every December we’d anxiously await the “cookie plates” that various friends and neighbors would give each other during the holiday season. One of my family’s favorites would come from the Brauker family – Barb made these incredible turtle brownies. One year, she included a recipe card with the cookie plate. It was the recipe for her turtle brownies! Here at The Boat Galley, I usually stay away from recipes that start with box mixes. But sometimes you’re in a location where you can get them and this is a very special treat – but I’ve also made them without the mix. And by the way, you can substitute any chocolate cake mix for the German Chocolate cake mix – it’ll taste a little different, but I’ve done it and it’s still good.

Turtle Brownies

A wonderful treat for a special occasion – with a variation in case you can’t get a German Chocolate cake mix. 18

Prep Time 25 mins Cook Time 25 mins Total Time 50 mins Ingredients 1 box German chocolate cake mix 1 package caramels (14-ounce) 2/3 cup evaporated milk (you can use a 5-ounce can, which is just slightly less) 3/4 cup butter (or margarine) 1 cup broken walnuts (or pecan or macadamia nuts) 2 cups chocolate chips (12-ounce bag) Instructions Preheat oven to 350°F. Unwrap caramels and place in a pan with half the evaporated milk. Melt over very low heat, stirring almost constantly to make sure it doesn’t scorch (you can also do this in a microwave on half power for about 2 minutes – check and stir after 1 minute). Set aside. At the same time, melt butter. Combine cake mix, remaining milk and butter with a spoon. Press half cake mixture in a greased 9″ x 13″ inch pan and bake for 6 minutes at 350°. Remove from oven but don’t turn the oven off. Pour melted caramels evenly on top – don’t try to spread it around after you’ve poured it, it will just become a gloppy mess with the brownie layer underneath. It’s fine if it’s not perfectly even. Sprinkle nuts and chocolate chips over the top. Take remaining cake mix and spread over the top – you can either crumble it or take a 1″ section at a time and quickly press it between your hands then lay it over the top (I find the latter works better for MULTIHULLS Magazine | July/August 2019


me to get it evenly distributed). It’s fine if there are empty spaces. Bake at 350° for 15-20 minutes. There’s no real test for doneness because of the caramel – you have to judge by eye. The brownie part should look dry and done. Cool and cut into bars – this is very rich, and generally 1″ or 1 1/2 ″ squares are a good size. Keep in an airtight container. Notes Unwrapping the caramels is the longest part of making this. See if you can enlist someone to help – in our house, this was always Dad’s job as Mom and I prepped the rest of the ingredients! To make turtle brownies without the cake mix, I’ve simply made a batch of my favorite regular fromscratch brownies, baked half as in the recipe, added the caramel, nuts and chips and put the rest of the brownie batter over the top. This is also a good option if you don’t want to make a full 9″ x 13″ pan – just decrease the caramels, nuts and chocolate chips proportionately as well.

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s a kid, I spent summers on a small lake near our home in Michigan. And when the local sailing club offered a class for kids when I was 12, I quickly signed up. At the end of the six-week session, our instructor handed out certificates . . . and these wonderful cookies. While I’ve long since forgotten his name, both the sailing lessons and the explanation of why these are “boat cookies” have stuck with me. His mother, he said, would make these cookies when they took their bigger boat out on Lake Michigan – ginger was a natural remedy for queasy tummies, the cookies were easy to make without an electric mixer and everybody loved them.  A few years later, when my Explorer Scout Post spent a weekend aboard a sailboat on Lake Huron, I suggested these cookies as an afternoon snack. It was my first experience baking in a moving kitchen www.multihullsmag.com | MULTIHULLS Magazine

and I quickly appreciated how easy they were to mix up. They were an instant hit! Fast forward 20 years to our first charter trip, in the British Virgin Islands with our best friends. Once again, these cookies made an appearance – and having made them once, I had to make them several more times over the course of the week.  Four years later, it was our first night anchored out on our own boat. Want to guess what we munched on as we watched the most amazing display of stars? 

Ginger Snaps

This recipe is easy to make without a mixer. Some find ginger helpful for mild seasickness. And it’s delicious. Sounds like a perfect boat recipe! (There’s a glitch in how nutrition facts are calculated – divide by 12 to get the amounts per cookie.) Prep Time 10 mins Baking – per batch 15 mins Total Time 1 hr 10 mins Ingredients 2/3 cup canola oil or vegetable oil 1/2 cup white sugar 1/2 cup brown sugar or additional white sugar 1/4 cup molasses 1 egg 1 teaspoon vanilla 2 cups flour (can use up to half whole wheat flour) 2 teaspoons baking soda 1/4 teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon cinnamon 1 teaspoon ginger 1/2 teaspoon ground cloves Extra sugar to sprinkle over top Instructions Preheat oven to 375° F. Mix oil, sugars, molasses, egg and vanilla. Mix dry ingredients separately in small bowl so that soda and spices are evenly distributed, then mix dry ingredients into sugar mix. Make into 1” balls (mixture will be soft) and place 3” apart on greased cookie sheet (as they bake, cookies will become 3” flat circles). Sprinkle sugar over each cookie. Bake 9 minutes at 375° F. Cool on the cookie sheet for a minute or two before moving to a wire rack or plate. 19


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um! There is nothing so good as fresh, hot coffee cake in the morning. This recipe is the same as my Streusel Coffee Cake, adapted for use in the Omnia Stove Top Oven. Read more about the Omnia here or buy it from either of these two sellers: Amazon or Sea Dog Boating Solutions

Streusel Coffee Cake for the Omnia Stove Top Oven

Not only is this coffee cake delicious, the recipe is designed to be made by hand and it bakes perfectly in the Omnia, taking just 45 minutes from start to finish. Prep Time 15 mins Cook Time 30 mins Total Time 45 mins Ingredients Topping 1/2 cup walnuts or pecans or chopped dried, fresh or frozen fruit 2 tablespoons sugar brown or white 1/2 tablespoon flour 1/2 tablespoon butter or margarine or canola oil or vegetable oil 1 teaspoon cinnamon or allspice Batter 1 1/2 cup flour 3/4 cup sugar 1 teaspoon salt 2 1/2 teaspoons baking powder 1/2 cup raisins or chopped dates or other chopped dried fruit or fresh or frozen fruit 1 egg 1/2 cup milk or soy milk or water 1/4 cup canola oil or vegetable oil or melted butter or margarine 20

Instructions Make the topping by mixing the nuts, flour, butter and cinnamon to form crumbly mixture (it will not all clump together). Set aside. Mix flour, sugar, salt, baking powder and fruit in medium bowl. Add egg, milk and oil; stir until well mixed. Batter will be thick. Place the steel base for the Omnia on a hot burner and let it preheat for about three minutes as you ready the coffee cake. Lightly oil the aluminum food pan of the Omnia (my experience is that oil or a bit of butter or margarine does much better than non stick sprays). Pour the batter into it and smooth it out. Sprinkle topping over batter. Place the lid on the food pan and carefully place the pan on the hot base. Leave the burner on hot for one minute (60 seconds). This is important for heating the pan and the air that is channeled over the top of the coffee cake. Turn the burner down to just above medium (my stove has settings from 1 to 7, 7 being the hottest, and I turn it to 4). Bake for 30 to 35 minutes, until toothpick inserted in center comes out clean. Resist the urge to take the lid off too often, as it lets out the hot air over the food pan when you do. Cool at least slightly before cutting. If cutting the coffee cake in the pan, use a nylon or silicone spatula to cut slices. Knives will scratch the pan Notes The first few times you use the Omnia, you’ll have to experiment a little with the temperature settings until you know how hot your burners are. While it’s very strange at first to bake without a thermostat, it works just fine. Most people who write to me with problems are overly afraid of burning food (I know I was!) and thus turn the burner down too low and the results aren’t satisfactory. Do NOT make a larger batch than specified – the pan will be too full and the bottom will burn before the top is done. Dairy Free To make a dairy-free version, use canola or coconut oil instead of butter, and soy or almond milk in place of regular milk. Wardrobe Guest cabin MULTIHULLS Magazine | July/August 2019


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aking on a boat isn’t quite the same as in a house. You may not have an electric mixer, your oven might have a hot spot due to its small size, or you might not even have an oven. Fear not! With a few quick tips and some boatfriendly recipes, you can have delicious sweets to nibble. And it’s oh-so-worth it to have something yummy on board. No electric mixer? Recipes, like this one, that use oil instead of shortening are much easier to mix by hand, with the added bonus of oil not requiring refrigeration and being slightly healthier.  Hot spot in your oven? A baking stone (Amazon) will do wonders to even out the temperature.  No oven? No-Bake cookies don’t require an oven, or an Omnia Stove Top Oven (available on Amazon) is an easy way to bake cakes, brownies, bread, casseroles and more on the stovetop with great results.  You can learn more about using a baking stone and baking on the stovetop on The Boat Galley. For now, let’s move on to the good stuff – the recipe. You can find this one in The Boat Galley Cookbook. 

Peanut Butter Cookies

These cookies are a snap to mix up, with flexible ingredients to suit what’s on board. Ingredients 1 cup brown sugar or white sugar 1/2 cup canola oil or vegetable oil (olive oil has too strong a flavor) 1 cup peanut butter (smooth or crunchy) 1/4 teaspoon salt 1/2 teaspoon vanilla (optional) 2 tablespoons milk or water 1 egg 1 3/4 cups flour 2 teaspoons baking powder www.multihullsmag.com | MULTIHULLS Magazine

Instructions Preheat oven to 375° F. In medium bowl, mix brown sugar, oil, peanut butter, salt, vanilla, milk, and egg. Add flour and baking powder and mix well. Make 1” to 1 1/4 ” balls and place on greased cookie sheet (if you don’t have a cookie sheet, use a double sheet of aluminum foil). Use fork in a crisscross pattern to flatten. Bake for 9 minutes at 375°. Remove from cookie sheet to cool. Notes If you first measure the brown sugar, then the oil, then the peanut butter, you won’t have stuff sticking in the measuring cup.

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y great-grandmother began serving this chocolate cake nearly 100 years ago, and it’s been a family favorite ever since. It’s great on a boat, as it uses cocoa instead of baking chocolate, was intended to be mixed by hand and baked in a “moderate oven” fueled by wood – perfect for a somewhat temperamental galley oven. Plus, the frosting won’t run in tropical heat!

Grandma Phila’s Chocolate Upside Down Cake

This Chocolate Upside Down Cake is designed to be made without an electric mixer and tastes great – perfect if you live on a boat, RV or off the grid. Prep Time 10 mins Cook Time 35 mins Total Time 45 mins Ingredients Cake 1 cup flour 2 teaspoons baking powder see note below 1/4 teaspoon salt 1 1/2 tablespoons cocoa 21


3/4 cup sugar 1/2 cup milk 2 tablespoons melted butter or vegetable oil 1/2 teaspoon vanilla 1/2 cup nuts Topping 1/2 cup brown sugar – if not available, use white sugar and a smidge of honey or molasses 1/2 cup sugar 5 tablespoons cocoa 1 cup boiling water Instructions Preheat oven to 350°F. Place all cake ingredients in a bowl and stir to mix. Pour into an ungreased 8”x 8” pan (or anything that is reasonably close). Let sit while you prepare the topping, which can be made in the same bowl (scrape the batter into the pan and you don’t need to wash the bowl). Mix together topping ingredients and spoon over the mix in the baking pan. You’ll notice that the cake mix will start to float to the surface – that’s normal. Bake in a 350°F oven for 35 minutes. Time it! Cake is done when the top is uniformly dry, although the frosting mixture may bubble around the sides. Don’t overbake! Allow to cool before serving. To serve, cut cake into pieces and slip a spatula under one slice. Carefully take it out of the pan and flip it upside down onto a plate – the gooey frosting will now be on top. Notes If you use a smaller pan, the mix will be thicker and you’ll probably have to bake it longer. An 8” or 9” round pan works well, as does a 9” x 6” pan or even a bread pan. This recipe doubles well to fill a 9” x 13” pan – baking time is approximately the same. Be sure to store your baking powder inside a Ziploc bag, taking it out just long enough to measure the amount you need. Humidity is the enemy of baking powder since it reacts with moisture to raise the batter. If it has already reacted with moisture in the air, it won’t do anything for your batter. I learned this the hard way, with a very flat cake! If I make this while underway or in a rolling anchorage, I measure the cup of water for the topping when I put it into the teakettle to heat, then just pour it into the mixing bowl. Much safer than trying to measure boiling water in a moving boat. MM 22

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In the Spirit

with Daniella Wender

Daniella has been passionate about the sea and the nature for many years. As a child, she frequently sailed the Mediterranean Sea and continued with her travels throughout her adult life. She feels born to the water and chartering is second nature to her! Her experiences have created the desire within her to share her love of the water with other passionate, and adventurers, who want to sail throughout beautiful destinations.

Top 10 Nautical-Themed Cocktails

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ife aboard a catamaran is all about discovering the endless possibilities the sea has to offer and celebrating life with family and/or friends. Whether you’re a seasoned seafarer or a soonto-be yachtie, you know it’s great to have your favorite tipple on board to make your adventures fun-filled. Black and tan, rum and coke or gin and tonic can always make great cocktails to enjoy at sea. But if you would wish to enjoy something extraordinary,

then it can be great to try some of the best nauticalthemed cocktails. Nautical-inspired cocktails usually bring together rums, gins, coconuts and Mediterranean fruits among other ingredients. The result is a refreshing drink that will keep you entertained and make you love seafaring even more. Here is a list of the top 10 nautical-themed cocktails you can enjoy at sea: Ingredients • 2 oz vodka • 1 oz cranberry juice • 3 oz grapefruit juice Instructions Put all the ingredients in a highball glass or doubleold-fashioned glass that’s filled with ice cubes and then stir. Garnish it with a lime wedge.

Sea Breeze

The Sea Breeze is a nautical cocktail that’s a popular choice for many, especially during summer. This refreshing drink brings together vodka, fruit juices, and lime. Being one of the IBA official cocktails, you already know what to expect. 24

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Dark n Stormy

Dark n Stormy also referred to as the sailor’s drink’ is a cocktail made with rum (mostly Gosling), ginger beer and lime. The cocktail is inspired by the pirate tradition and its flavor is no doubt exceptional. Ingredients • 2 oz dark rum • 3-4 oz ginger beer • 1/2 oz lime juice   Instructions Pour all the ingredients into a double-old-fashioned or highball glass full of ice. Garnish it with a slice of lime. Garnish it with a slice of lime. Put on an eye-patch for an even more authentic Dark n Stormy drinking experience.

It will certainly make you fall in love with the life at sea even more. Ingredients • 15 ml Giffard Grenadine Syrup • 15 ml Edmond Briottet Menthe Blanche Instructions Fully chill a highball or pousse-cafe glass and ingredients (for perfect layering), carefully pour the Grenadine syrup into the glass and proceed to add the Menthe Blanche. Serve without mixing.

A Little Dinghy

Taking a catamaran or yacht tour during summer can never be complete without A Little Dinghy cocktail. Inspired by Caribbean flavors and rums, this feelgood cocktail will make you enjoy the ultimate holiday experience. Ingredients • 2 shots Captain Morgan Parrot Bay coconut rum • 2 shots Malibu coconut rum • Pineapple juice • cranberry juice • Orange juice Instructions Pour the shots into a highball glass full of ice cubes and add equal portions of the fruit juices. Garnish with orange or pineapple slices, candied fruit, and umbrella. Serve while cold.

Port & Starboard

The Port & Starboard is a seafaring cocktail that’s as tasty as it is attractive. The cocktail, which forms two distinctive layers from the ingredients, is strong and sweet at the same time. www.multihullsmag.com | MULTIHULLS Magazine

Sex With the Captain

Sex with the Captain is a strong and vibrant cocktail that anyone on a sailing expedition would love. It basically brings together a set of delightful ingredients including rum, peach schnapps, Amaretto and fruit juices. Sex with the Captain is one of the easiest nautical cocktails to prepare and can be gladly enjoyed by both novice and experienced cocktail drinkers. Ingredients • 1/2 oz spiced rum • 1/2 oz Amaretto • 1/2 oz Peach Schnapps • Splash of cranberry juice • Splash of orange juice   Instructions Build all the ingredients in a chilled glass and garnish with a cherry. Serve. 25


Instructions Fill a cocktail shaker with ice and pour in the gin, Cointreau, vermouth and orange juice. Shake the mixture well and then strain it into a glass full of ice. Add some soda water. Garnish the cocktail with an orange slice and a sprig of rosemary.

Salty Dog

A straight up Salty Dog cocktail is all you need to spice up your evening sailing experience. It basically includes gin that’s doctored with grapefruit juice and salt. It is just that easy! Ingredients • 50 ml gin • 100 ml grapefruit juice • Salt for putting on the glass rim   Instructions Coat the rim of a highball glass with salt. Fill the glass with ice and proceed to pour the gin and juice. Stir well and garnish with a grapefruit wedge.

Foghorn

It can be quite disappointing to go on a weeklong sailing expedition without trying out the refreshing Foghorn cocktail. The ingredients for preparing this cocktail are minimal and the resulting flavor in no doubt out of this planet. Ingredients • 50 ml gin • 25 ml lime juice • Ginger ale    Instructions Pour the gin and lime juice into a glass full of ice. Stir well and then top up with ginger beer. Gently mix the cocktail and proceed to garnish with lime.

Maritime Martini

Anchors Away

The Anchors Away is a royal cocktail drink that you shouldn’t miss on the decks. This gin-based cocktail is simply as sweet as it’s refreshing. Ingredients • 50 ml gin • 25 Cointreau • 25 ml sweet vermouth • 25 ml blood-orange juice • Soda water 26

The Maritime Martini is a perfect drink if you’re planning to have a nautical party. It’s simply one of the sea-related cocktail classics whose flavor is hard to beat. A chilly Maritime Martini can be all you need for an afternoon party on a typical summer while at sea. Ingredients • 15 ml dry gin • 45 ml vodka • 10 ml vermouth • 5 ml blue curacao • Lime twist  

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Instructions Fill a double old-fashioned glass with ice. Pour in gin. Squeeze some lime juice into the glass and then drop the wedge in. Add ginger beer and stir well. Serve and enjoy!

Tips

If you’re going on a private charter sailing expedition, it can be great to bring along an experienced mixologist to help in mixing the cocktails perfectly. Also remember to have on board as many hard drinks, juices, and fruits as possible. This will allow you to enjoy a variety of cocktails while on a sailing expedition or partying aboard a yacht during the weekend. To enjoy your cocktail even more while sailing, it can be great to have a nautical dress code or at least an eye-patch to feel like a true pirate. Also be sure to bring a fun crew on your sailing expedition in order to get the best of cocktail drinking experience at sea.

In Conclusion

These are by far the most popular nautical cocktails Instructions that you can enjoy while on your seafaring adventures. Pour all the ingredients into a shaker filled ice. Stir well and strain the drink into a chilled Martini glass. Whether you simply want to enjoy a cocktail solo while aboard a yacht in summer or want to hold an Garnish with a lemon twist and serve. evening cocktail party on a catamaran, these recipes can be quite useful. While each of them uses a set of different ingredients, you can always vary some of them especially the gins, rums, and vodkas to come up with your desired flavor. MM

Bright n Windy

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New Boat

110 Day Charter

South Africa’s Biggest Composite Catamaran is Launched

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wo Oceans Marine Manufacturing has launched South Africa’s biggest composite and leisure catamaran, the Two Oceans 110 Day Charter Catamaran. Named Le Cerf, she is owned by Mason’s Travel. Established in 1972, Masons Travel is a leading destination management company in Seychelles. The Two Oceans 110 Day Charter Catamaran is designed for commercial day charters and for large groups of people. She will be based in Mahé. She has both an upper and lower deck and a flybridge. The upper deck has plenty of casual seating as well 30

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as a bar and dining seating for 60 guests and storage space for snorkeling gear. The lower deck has dining seating for 90 guests as well as casual seating. The lower deck also has a bar and a dance floor, storage lockers, fridges, freezers and chilly bins. All stairways and walkways have blue effects LED lighting, and she has a Fusion sound system. Le Cerf can carry 275 people. The galley is housed in the starboard hull and can cater for 250 guests onboard. The starboard hull also has many storage lockers and a crew rest area, and bunks for the crew if needed on a delivery. The port hull houses the guest WC facilities – three ladies’ heads and wash up basins fore of the companionway and two gents’ heads and two urinals and wash up basins aft. On her transom, she has a 6m tender on a fixed davit that can ferry 20 people to and from the boat.

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large custom catamaran that the partnership has launched, with an 82-foot carbon performance sailing catamaran and an 85-foot power catamaran due to be launched later in the year. Two Oceans Marine Manufacturing has also recently launched the Two Oceans 700 Day Charter Sail-

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ing Catamaran, also designed by Du Toit Yacht Design. She is bound for Jamaica, where she will accommodate 170 people on day charters. For more information about Two Oceans Marine Manufacturing, the Two Oceans 110 Day Charter Catamaran and Two Oceans Marine’s other builds, contact Kirsten Veenstra at e-mail: kirsten@2oceans. co.za or mobile: +27 82 926 3932 or visit: http://www.2oceans.co.za About Two Oceans Marine Manufacturing: Two Oceans Marine Manufacturing is a world-class marine manufacturer based in Cape Town, South Africa. Founded in 1989, Two Oceans Marine is a leading global custom catamaran manufacturer. The company specializes in custom power and sailing catamarans from 23 to 110 foot – and bigger - and has 4,500 square meters of covered factory floor space in the Cape Town harbour and just outside the harbour. Two Oceans Marine manufactures custom cruising, performance sailing, day charter, sport fishing and commercial catama-

rans. The company is one of a handful of large custom catamaran manufacturers in the world. About Du Toit Yacht Design: Du Toit Yacht Design was established by Anton du Toit in 2001. In 2007 he was awarded the Disa South African Design Excellence Award and today it is one of South Africa’s premier naval architecture firm, having produced more custom catamaran metres and tonnage than any other yacht designer in the southern hemisphere.

Anton has over thirty years of practical sailing and racing experience in various locations around the world and has completed over 120 projects since 2001, including over 30 complete custom and production catamarans. Anton is joined in the business by his wife, Charmaine, and a team of six yacht designers. Find out more about Du Toit Yacht Design e-mail: info@dtyd. co.za or visit: http://www.dutoityachtdesign.co.za MM

Two Oceans 110DC Specs LOA..................33.53 m / 110.01 ft LWL................ 33.50 m / 109.91 ft BOA...................10.87 m / 35.67 ft Hull Beam............. 2.57 m / 8.43 ft Freeboard Bow......2.38 m / 7.81 ft Freeboard Stern.... 1.89 m / 6.20 ft Hull Draft................0.64 m / 2.10 ft Draft...................... 1.50 m / 4.92 ft Air Draft...............6.18 m / 20.28 ft Clearance............. 1.80 m / 5.91 ft Disp........ 47,000 kgs / 103,617 lbs 32

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New Boat

Incat Crowther Shadow Cat Offers Unparalleled Capability

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ODOR is the first in the Shadow Cat range that brings Incat Crowther catamaran capability to the yacht industry. The platform offers incredible amounts of deck and storage space, flexibility, stability, efficiency and capability. The design offers a stable platform for the safe transfer of guests from helicopter to the mothership, via tenders. Design and naval architecture was by Incat Crowther, project management and technical consultation by Robert Smith of YCTS and construction by Astilleros Armón at their Burela shipyard in Spain. HODOR has been completely customized to carry the specific equipment and supplies to support and enhance the owner’s mothership capabilities. The design uses the robust engineering of hulls proven in offshore platform service, such as the SEACOR CREWzer class and Incat Crowther 70m Fast Crew Boat (FCB) class. The hull incorporates a reverse bow, a deadweight capacity of 240t and a low propeller draft of 3.1m. The platform accommodates an astounding number of toys, facilities and personnel. This includes five tenders (the largest being 56’ / 17 meters in size), jet 34

skis, quad bikes, a submarine garage, a helipad, a large complement of crew, staff and support equipment. The tenders and submarine are flexibly located and can be launched from the upper and main decks; the upper deck via the two large knuckle boom cranes, on the main deck via twin beam cranes and the main feature of the vessel; the aft lifting platform for the 56-foot chase boat. A portable davit on the fore deck facilitates the launch and recovery of the vessels ROV

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and can also be used for additional jet ski storage. The helipad is a fully-certified and CAP437 compliant for helicopters of 6t and up to D-value of 16m including the Eurocopter EC145. A large reception room, finished to a yacht standard, sits forward of the helipad, allowing guests to be transferred in comfort between helicopters and tenders. The port hull shell door, provided for guest access is finished to a yacht standard and directly connected to the guest lounge via a guest staircase. The starboard hull shell door is reserved for crew operations. There is also water access via two stern platforms, should weather conditions require stern boarding. Dive equipment is fully integrated with compressors, NITROX and O2 facilities, as well as a hospital with decompression chamber. Specialized spaces are dedicated for fresh and frozen food storage, additional storage for the mother vessel, waste treatment and general and spares stores. Propulsion is provided by two main engines, giving a max speed of 22.5 knots, or long-range cruising at 14 knots up to 5,500nm. The catamaran platform allows fuel savings of around 40%, affording the full vessel range with only 160,000 liters of diesel fuel. The vessel’s tankage supplies toys and vehicles with jet fuel, petrol and diesel from dedicated bunker stations. A complement of 20 crew and staff are comfortably accommodated in a mix of double and twin ILOcompliant staterooms, each with en-suite bathrooms. The wheelhouse is situated with excellent visibility. Access to electronics systems is simplified with incorporation of a walk-around main helm console and a dedicated MEC. Fitted with an exhaust cleaning SCR system for IMO Tier 3 and EPA Tier 4 compliance, greenhouse gas emissions are significantly reduced, allowing the Incat Crowther 66 design to be more environmentally friendly.

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The inherent stability of the catamaran does not require gyro or roll stabilizers whilst at rest. When underway, the vessel pitching motions are reduced by twin Humphree active interceptors on the stern. A twin anchoring system is provided, which, combined with the widely spaced twin hulls, provides reduced motions whilst at anchor. Patton Marine has inspected the vessel, and marine surveyor Tom Corness explains, “the quality of workmanship is exceptionally good for this commercial standard of vessel – it blends commercial and yacht standards perfectly to perform yacht support tasks”. Incat Crowther, together with YCTS Ltd, is offering a new range of Shadow Cats that are set to bring a new level of capability to yacht owners and operators, with unparalleled support vessel capacity, stability and flexibility. The design is fully customizable to suit each owner’s requirements, including further features, such as a helicopter hangar, available on request. For more information, visit: http://www.incatcrowther.com MM Incat Crowther Shadow Cat – No: IC16211 Length Overall................................ 66.20 m / 217.19 ft Length Waterline.............................. 64.80 m / 212.6 ft Beam............................................... 14.00 m / 45.93 ft Draft Hull................................................ 2.3 m / 7.55 ft Depth..................................................5.45 m / 17.88 ft Special Personnel.................................................... 20 Deck Area.....................................659 m2 / 7093.42 ft2 Fuel................................ 160,000 liters / 42,267.53 gal Fresh Water.......................20,000 liters / 5,283.44 gal Grey Water........................ 16,750 liters / 4,424.88 gal Black Water............................3,200 liters / 845.35 gal Service Speed................................................21 knots Maximum Speed......................................... 22.5 knots Range........................................5 500 nm @ 14 knots Main Engines...............2 x MTU 16V 4000 M73L SCR Installed....... 2 x 2,880 kW at 2,050 rpm / 2 x 3860 hp Propulsion... 2 x Servogear controllable pitch propeller Generators..............................................2 x CAT C9.3 Construction Material........... Marine Grade Aluminium Flag.................................................... Cayman Islands 36

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New Boat

The New Nautitech 46

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he French shipbuilder Nautitech took the opportunity of the 10-year anniversary of the International Multihull Boat Show to unveil the characteristic features of their latest family member: the new Nautitech 46, before it is to be presented at the floating boat show in Cannes this coming September. The Nautitech 46 Open and 46 Fly have been redesigned by ship architect Marc Lombard and by Roscoe Design so as to achieve the most accomplished association of performance and comfort currently available on the market. “Our customer’s satisfaction is our top priority. This is why we have decided to redesign this version; the market segment of the 46 is very active and new developments are constantly presented. Our customers should be able to benefit from the latest trends – be it in terms of 38

ergonomics, materials, or performance. We therefore have imagined our new catamaran as a perfect combination of performance and comfort.” – Maya Gauthier

Upgraded Performances for an Incomparable Sailing Experience

The unique features of the new Nautitech 46 were reinforced by the bi-color roof that confers it a modern and racy look, the longer

mast, the lowered boom and the larger sail surface area, which all together contribute to establish the sailing performances of this catamaran model: it achieves one of the best weight/displacement ratios in its category.

An Accomplished Experience of Life Aboard

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board. The cozy wood paneling, the selection of trendy materials and the numerous storage possibilities are the key elements to this new reference on the market. The cabins benefit from the unequalled luminosity thanks to the double glazing of the windows an to numerous openings to the outside. Both comfort and intimacy are at heir highest level with private bathrooms for each of the cabins. The result clearly demonstrates that beauty, quality and luxury are the top values of Nautitech. For more information, visit: https://www.nautitechcatamarans. com/en MM

Specifications Builder......Nautitech Catamarans Model............... New Nautitech 46 Production Year....................2019 Ship Architect....... Marc Lombard Interior Design.......Roseo Design Building Material............Polyester LOA...................13,79 m / 45.24 ft LWL..................13,71 m / 44.98 ft BOA.................... 7,54 m / 24.74 ft Draft......................1,45 m / 4.76 ft Disp.................. 10,8 t / 21600 lbs Main Sail........... 76 m2 / 818.06 ft2 Jib.....................38 m2 / 409.03 ft2 Engines......2 x 40 hp Volvo Penta Fuel....... 2 x 300 lit / 2 x 79.25 gal Water.... 2 x 300 lit / 2 x 79.25 gal https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C3Idd-n3Ewo

Air draft............... 22,9 m / 75.13 ft Cabins................................ 3 to 4 Beds................................... 6 to 8 Toilets................................. 3 to 4

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un Concept is a boat-building shipyard, fully dedicated to developing and building solar powered vessels. We have started 4+ years ago, aiming to develop sustainable vessels. Our first model, a 7-meter boat for 12 people, was a success, and we have so far build and sold 18 units, mostly to tourism operators, and the proof of concept is accomplished. The needs of the market for a bigger, faster and offshore boat were clear. Two and a half years ago we started to develop our new model, CAT 12. The boat is now in the water, with wonderful performances. With several versions available, it reaches tour operators, charters, professionals and private users. It is the next step towards a more sustainable nautical future. There is no better place to enjoy a walk in the wild than on board of a CAT 12. Spacious, versatile and extremely comfortable, the CAT 12 is ideal for unforgettable trips. And without harming the environment! 42

CAT 12.0

CAT 12 is a solar powered catamaran, with capacity for 25 to 45 passengers, with modern lines and sophisticated and great aerodynamics. At 12 meters long and 27.5m2 of deck area, CAT 12 is ideal for sightseeing, for parties and events or just to enjoy a great gathering of friends. Just imagine a sunset aboard the CAT 12‌

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CAT 12 uses, as its source of energy, the sunlight that is stored in the photovoltaic panels on the boat. With the CAT 12, you can sail at zero cost and still benefit from an 85% more economical maintenance than on traditional boats. CAT 12 stands out from the other boats of the same category for its aerodynamic lines, which provide smooth navigability, even at higher speeds. The space is wide and adjustable to various situations, which makes CAT 12 ideal for tourist events of various types, always with comfort and sophistication as a backdrop. To later remember! CAT 12 does not consume fossil fuels and does not produce greenhouse gases (GHG). Its electric motors do not spill oils or produce exhaust fumes that damage the environment. The hull, specially designed for minimal impact on the ecosystem, allows it to be in perfect harmony with the surrounding nature and to preserve the riverside fauna and flora. For more information, visit: https://sunconcept.pt/ new/en/ MM www.multihullsmag.com | MULTIHULLS Magazine

CAT 12 Specifications Length Overall (LOA)...........................11,9 m / 39.04 ft Beam.................................................. 5,95 m / 19.52 ft Depth.................................................... 2,20 m / 7.22 ft Draft, no supplement.............................. 0,58 m / 1.9 ft Capabilities Lightweight (LW).......................6700 kg / 14,770.97 lbs Number of Passengers........................................ 25/42 Deck area....................................... 27.5 m2 / 296.01 ft2 2 Storage rooms and 2 WCs Panel Power (Pp)...............................................5.8 kW Battery Type...........................................AGM / Lithium Battery Capacity (Cbat)............................. 84/120 kW.h Fresh water capacity....................std 150 L / 39.63 gal AGM Batteries Model............................................Rolls S-12/290 AGM Engine type................... Submerged Azimuthal Electric Number of Engines..................................................... 2 Combined Power (Pm)........................................30 kW LiFePO4 Batteries Model................................... Torqeedo / BMW 30,5 kW Engine type................... Submerged Azimuthal Electric Number of Engines..................................................... 2 Combined Power (Pm)........................................50 kW 43


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he World Cat 400DC-X, our newest flagship, is a revolutionary model. This game changing dual console is the most stunning boat in its class. Luxurious appointments, abundant storage, and unmatched catamaran performance. And did you know this boat is customizable? Now your very own 400DC-X can be built to your specific needs based on multiple various deck configurations, upholstery options, and more!

Bow

• Through hull anchor system w/ stainless steel windlass, fresh and raw wash down 44

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• Three forward hatches with fiberglass liners: port storage and wash down connections, center access to anchor roller, starboard access to windlass and rode. Port and starboard boxes with direct overboard drains into tunnel • Two bow tables with electric lifts to convert to filler, lower to floor level • Two forward facing bow seats with 18 degrees recline large storage under starboard side • Aft facing bench seat with fiberglass-lined storage under • Hull side storage port and starboard cushion close outs with cup holders and 12V DC ports in side compartments • Gunwale cup/rod holders • Walk through, sliding, deckto-hardtop windshield • Large pantograph wiper to starboard with spritzer

Starboard Head Cabin

• Hull side windowlight • Fresh water head • Sink and vanity with storage • 120V outlets • Vanity lighting • Walk in enclosed shower with molded seat • Shower sump molded into fiberglass pan, macerator/holding tank access under shower seat • Holding tank deck pump out and hull bottom overboard discharge with seacock • Air conditioning vent • 60 gallon water tank • 6 gallon hot water heater (AC) • Molded fiberglass interior

Portside Stateroom Cabin • Aft-opening entry door • Stainless stair assembly • Hull side windowlight • Tinted overhead skylight

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• Queen berth (51” x 78”) with storage under • Bulk storage drawers under berth • Hanging locker cabinet with drawers • AC and DC electrical panel and cabinet • Remote generator start panel • Microwave • TV and soundbar • Side cabin mounted rod storage • 8,000 BTU air conditioning with companion outlets • Molded fiberglass interior with soft goods and cabinetry inserts

Bridge Deck

• Hard top with sun roof and electric aft cockpit shade • 12,000 BTU cockpit air conditioning • Double wide helm and companion seats • Helm area with room for two Garmin 17” screens • Upholstered brow at helm and over stateroom cockpit • Electrically adjustable helm seat • Large portside U lounge with electric adjust seat backs on companion and aft benches • Storage drawers under companion seat • Open storage under center section • Aft seat mounted on ram opens to bulk storage and access plate to top of generator outboard • Pedestal table on hydraulic ram lowers to filler level, two leaves fold in to form day table w/ fillers • Forward and aft cushioned side wall inserts with drink holders, power outlets and grab rails • Marine Soundbar with (2) 7.7”, (4) 8.8” and (1) 10” JL MX Series Speakers with JLM 800 AMP. 46

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• Aft seat bench back on dual electric actuators moves to aft facing bench with two fold-outlet leg rests • Starboard side entertainment center with hard surface top • Entertainment center refrigerator drawer • Entertainment center aft facing seat with insulated cooler storage under • Entertainment center storage drawers • Entertainment center and helm air conditioning vents • Entertainment center tilt-out trash can

Aft Cockpit

• 464 gallon fuel in two underdeck aluminum tanks with inspection access • Four gunwale/aft deck cup/rod holders • Starboard mechanical room hatch access to batteries, shore power reel and optional Seakeeper • Portside mechanical hatch with access to batteries, generator and pumps • 9kW Fischer Panda generator and 30-gallon diesel fuel tank • 3 Group 31 batteries, 2 Group 27 cranking batteries • Port sea chest with acrylic top, tunnel side pick up • Port and starboard hull side drainage collection manifolds to minimize drain fittings • Port side door • Glendinning shore power reel for 50 amp service • Portside transom with 25 gallon live well and cooler with chiller plates • Starboard side transom insert module with sink, cutting board, and retractable Magma propane grill www.multihullsmag.com | MULTIHULLS Magazine

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• Centerline, clear acrylic transom door with stainless trim • Raw water wash down • Aft deck with extended swim/ dive platform, rails and ladder steps • Molded in extended swim platform integrates to aft deck • Pull out hot and cold aft deck shower wand • Flexiteak aft deck • Reverso remote engine flush

Preliminary Optional Equipment

• Fishing package with fishbox, livewell and chiller box • Aft Seat • Dive Center Module • SeaKeeper 3 • Hull color and metallic paints • Electronics package • Curtain package • Forward Bow Shade • Sea Grass Flooring • Painted Engines   For more information, visit: http:// worldcat.com/models/400dc-xdual-console/

Specifications Length................................. 39’ 8” Beam.................................. 12’ 8” Draft........................................ 25” Dry Weight w/ Power...15,000 lbs Max HP............................ 850 HP Fuel Capacity....................464 gal Livewell Capacity................25 gal Freshwater Capacity...........60 gal Wastewater Capacity..........13 gal Bridge Clearance.................. 8′ 6″ Efficiency at 30mph.......1.02 mpg Typical WOT................. 46.3 mph 48

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Take a tour around our new flagship, the 400DC-X, in our latest video. Explore the luxurious features and amenities and get a feel for the spacious layout as you are guided through this spectacular vessel.

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Boat Test

by Captain Steve Larivee of www.boattest.com

Eastward Boats Horizon 3000

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astward Boats has brought a proven power catamaran hull design from Kevlacat to America. With a history of use in search and rescue boats in Australia, it is now offered here with four layout options custom-built to buyer specs. We are reviewing the center console version powered with Evinrude E-TEC G2 250-hp outboards. Specifications Length Overall........................................30’ 3” / 9.2 m Beam......................................................9’ 3” / 2.83 m Dry Weight................................... 4,000 lbs. / 1,814 kg Tested Weight.............................. 7,255 lbs. / 3,291 kg Draft........................................................... 14” / 36 cm Fuel Capacity...................................... 252 gal. / 954 L

Key Features

• Center console • All composite construction • High-density Coosa foam core throughout • Self-bailing cockpit • Armstrong outboard brack

Performance Chart

Engine Options Standard Power..........................................2 x 300-hp Tested Power..............2 x 250-hp Evinrude E-TEC G2 Prices, features, designs, and equipment are subject to change. Please see your local dealer or visit the builder’s website for the latest information available on this boat model.

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Test Results RPM 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 3000 3500 4000 4500 5000 5500 5700

MPH 3.2 5.9 8.9 11.6 17.7 23.3 29.3 34.7 39.4 44.5 48.7 50.6

Knots 2.7 5.1 7.7 10.0 15.4 20.2 25.5 30.2 34.2 38.7 42.3 44.0

GPH 0.5 1.3 2.9 5.7 9.0 11.7 15.4 19.6 24.4 31.2 38.1 41.9

MPG 6.3 4.5 3.1 2.0 2.0 2.0 1.9 1.8 1.6 1.4 1.3 1.2

NMPG 5.5 3.9 2.7 1.8 1.7 1.7 1.7 1.5 1.4 1.2 1.1 1.1

Stat. Mile 1701 1215 843 547 534 537 514 479 435 385 345 326

NM 1479.1 1056.5 733.2 475.7 464.3 466.6 446.7 416.7 378.6 334.5 299.8 283.9

dBa 73 74 77 83 87 84 86 84 89 90 90 84

All fuel consumption numbers are the total for all engines in the boat. Speeds are measured with Stalker ProSports radar gun or GPS. Fuel consumption (gallons per hour) measured with Floscan digital fuel-flow meter or by on-board factory-installed diagnostic instruments. Range is based on 90% of published fuel capacity. Sound levels determined using Radio Shack digital decibel meter on A scale. 68 dBA is the level of normal conversation. Time to plane is measured from start of acceleration to formation of rooster tail behind boat.

The high bow profile of the Horizon 3000 and the rounded tunnel design make this cat capable of handling head seas with aplomb, something not usual in power cats.

Mission

Twin 250-hp Evinrude E-TEC G2s on Armstrong brackets provide power and 50.6 mph speed on our test boat. The Horizon 3000 is rated for and could handle twin 300-hp outboards.

The Eastward Horizon 3000 is a versatile power cat utility boat that can be customized for fishing, diving, search and rescue, or outfitted with accommodations and A/C for overnighting.

Acceleration Times & Test Conditions Time To Plane 0 to 30 Ratio Props Load Climate

3.1 sec. 5.9 sec. N/A 15 x 20 5 persons, 2/3 fuel, no water, 50 lbs. of gear 72 deg., 59 humid; wind: 15-20 mph; seas: <1

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The basic layout is utilitarian. The shear of the boat has higher freeboard forward (52â&#x20AC;? - 132 cm) than aft (42â&#x20AC;? - 106 cm).

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Distinguishing Features • High bow • Rounded tunnel

Design

Dave East and his company, Eastward Boats, build power cats in Fort Pierce, FL. For purposes of full disclosure, Dave East worked as a Test Captain for BoatTEST.com for four years before acquiring the molds for this boat from Kevlacat, an Australian company known for building search and rescue boats. He then left BoatTEST and started Eastward Boats and has been happily building customized versions on this hull design ever since. East brought a very basic boat to our inspection to demonstrate what he called his “Lego” approach, which is adding components to a clean canvas, bounded only by imagination and a checkbook. The boat comes in four versions: center console, two pilothouse options, and a cuddy cabin - add “Lego” options to suit. Today we are evaluating the center console version. The hull design incorporates a high bow that can cruise at displacement speed into a steep head sea, something that most cats don’t do very well. The tunnel is also rounded for superior strength and softer landings, when compared to catamarans that have squared off tunnels. This also eliminates stress cracks in the tunnel. It is a proven hull design with a long history of providing a smooth dry ride and the strength to withstand the punishment of extreme conditions.

The rights to build from the Kevlacat design were purchased. Here we can see the mold with stepped hulls and rounded tunnel as it is prepped to make a new boat.

The 3” (7.6 cm) PVC pipes are for rigging. All of the bulkheads are constructed out of 1.5” (3.8 cm) high-density Coosa foam core. Limber holes are added to the bottom of each bulkhead and sleeved with 1” (2.5 cm) PVC to ensure that no water can be trapped in the hull.

Boat Inspection Bow

The freeboard forward is 52” (132 cm), measured from the water to the top of the caprail. The proven Kevlacat hull design, seen here with a pilothouse, is popular with fishermen, divers, and search and rescue outfits.

Construction

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Capt. Steve likes the stainless-steel rubrail on the Horizon 3000.

The self-draining cockpit has scuppers through solid glass, showing the thickness of the transom.

The foredeck (4’ L x 7’3” W – 1.2 m x 2.2 m) is raised and has a tension-hinged hatch over the anchor locker in the center. A bow roller and anchor windlass are options.

Stern

The livewell behind the helm seats holds 42 gallons (159 L). It also doubles as the fixed base for the helm chairs.

Helm

Note the outlines in the aft deck where the sun hits - this is where the fuel tanks are installed. Storage lockers in the deck behind the fuel tanks are an option.

The deck behind the center console measures 8’5” W x 7’8” L (2.56 m x 2.33 m). The 96-quart (90.84 L) Nice coolers serve double duty as seats with the addition of cushions and bolsters. An aft livewell with seating is optional to replace the cooler seats. www.multihullsmag.com | MULTIHULLS Magazine

We test lots of things – sometimes by brute force. Here Capt. Steve sheepishly replaces the arm pad. These armrests don’t flip up – who knew?

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The boat made it to the boat show without nav electronics but we measured the helm panel to find out what size displays would fit. Two 12” (30 cm) displays would fit on the 32” W x 13” H (81 cm x 33 cm) panel.

The boat has a stainless-steel wheel, offset on the left side of the console. It is on a tilt base and has a speed knob. A plexi windshield with drainage wraps the console and accessory switches with breakers are on the right. Below them are two stainless-steel drink holders with drains. A charging port is on the side of the throttles/shifter mount. Between the throttles and the wheel are ignition and start/stop switches. Above the wheel is the Evinrude engine display.

Capt. Steve demonstrates the footrest built into the console; there is a second by his knee. He’d like to see a toe kick added at deck level to tuck his toes into when standing.

Between the cambered console top and the windshield frame is a drainage channel.

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A closeup of the accessory panel reveals how each switch has a corresponding breaker directly below it for quick resets. A charging port is located lower left.

Inside the helm console, there is a clearance of 4’1”H x 3’6”w x 3’8”L (1.2 m x 1.06 m x 1.12 m), which is more than enough space for the optional Porta-Potti.

This view inside the helm console shows the electrical installation – batteries, battery switches, and tinned wiring with heat shrunkterminals.

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Performance

The canvas T-top has 10 rocket launchers across the back and sides, and built-in outrigger mounts near the vertical supports over the helm.

Side Decks

The hardtop support is integrated into the console so clearance between the console and caprail is 19” (48 cm).

The boat has six 8” (20 cm) pull-up cleats.

Forward at idle speed, the Evinrudes sipped gas at a miserly 0.5 gph.

The Eastward Horizon 3000 has a LOA of 30’3” (9.2 m), a beam of 9’3” (2.83 m), and a draft of 14” (36 cm). With an empty weight of 4,000 lbs. (1,814 kg), 201 gallons (761 L) of fuel onboard, plus five people and test gear onboard, there was an estimated test weight of 7,255 lbs. (2,077 kg). With two Evinrude E-TEC G2 250-hp gas outboards turning 15” x 20” (38 cm x 50 cm) 4-bladed stainlesssteel props, the Horizon 3000 reached a top speed of 50.6 mph at 5600 rpms. The wind was blowing 15-20 knots, kicking up a light chop. When backing off to 3000 rpm and 23.3 mph, the best fuel economy, with a burn rate of 11.7 gph and a range of 537 SM was found, all while still holding back a 10-percent reserve of the boat’s 300-gallon (1,135 L) total fuel capacity.

The gunnel supports double as holders for boat hooks and fishing rods. The work boat finish of the bulwarks, with no liner, is intentional.

The cruising range of 537 miles at 23.3 mph on a 300-gallon (1,135 L) tank of gas makes the Horizon 3000 with her twin Evinrude 250-hp E-TEC G2s one economical cat.

Acceleration An unusual cap rail, designed to maximize freeboard, measures 5”w x 2.5”H x 2.5”w (12.7 cm x 6.3 cm x 6.3 cm) stepping up from outboard to inboard. www.multihullsmag.com | MULTIHULLS Magazine

Time to plane was 3.1 seconds. Zero to 20 in 3.9 seconds. Zero to 30 in 5.9 seconds. 55


The twin 250-hp Evinrude E-TEC G2 outboard engines are mounted on Armstrong engine brackets. There are some advantages to using Armstrong brackets: they add a little floatation to the boat, they allow for a full height transom for safety and, with the full transom, some of the engine noise is blocked. These brackets are mounted to the stern with 44 stainless bolts.

One final performance note: With one engine turned off and kicked up, the Horizon 3000 still made 36 mph - 1.7 mpg - 5100 rpm on one engine.

Handling

This is a fun boat to drive, with excellent handling. We didn’t get the chop we were hoping for, but we sliced right through any wakes we crossed. On acceleration, because there is very little bow rise, there is just the sensation of going faster and faster. When she turns there is a bit of an outboard lean, which we’d get used to.

The connecting platform and the two Armstrong engine brackets measure 7’10” w x 2’4” L (2.38 m x 0.7 m), providing space to add an optional swim ladder.

Capt. Steve checks out the steering/tilt mechanism and clean rigging installation of the E-TECs

Jumping wakes is fun in most boats. Capt. Steve labeled this one as “cool.”

We’d like to see a boarding ladder as standard equipment on the engine platform - this test boat didn’t have one. However, there are two options available: a 4-step folding ladder for the platform between the engines or a custom dive ladder for the side of the boat.

Engines and Outboard Brackets/Platform

Lifting a leg over the transom suffices when visiting the stern platform. However, an optional $1,900 transom door is available.

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Two-stroke engines were always lighter, with less moving parts than 4-strokes. Now they can be more efficient and cleaner burning, too. MULTIHULLS Magazine | July/August 2019


Two-stroke engines were always lighter, with less moving parts than 4-strokes. Now they can be more efficient and cleaner burning, too. Capt. Steve once asked a boater how he liked his new Evinrude E-TECs. The boater said, “I love them.” They talked a while longer and Capt. Steve mentioned they were 2-stroke engines. “What? I had no idea,” was the concerned reply of the boater, and now he was prepared to find fault. Like many of us, our unenlightened boater remembered why we all had a bias against 2-strokes. Back in the day they were not friendly to the environment with high emissions problems. The reason was that with carburetors, fuel was delivered to the cylinders while the exhaust ports were still open, and some fresh fuel always escaped along with the exhaust. And there was no way around it, until direct injection came along. Today, with Evinrude E-TECs, the carburetor has been replaced by direct injection of fuel into the cylinder. Fuel is timed by a computer to reach the cylinder when the piston is on the upswing and the exhaust port is closed. Further fuel efficiency was attained by using computational fluid dynamics to design the E-TECs. Even compared to Evinrudes one generation back, these engines have 25% more torque, 25% better fuel efficiency and half the emissions of previous Evinrude engines. The Evinrude E-TEC G2s now have a California Air Resource (CARB) Rating of three stars for Ultra-Low emissions. Well, these aren’t your father’s 2-strokes. Evinrude has completely flipped the script with technological improvements. Time to let old 2-stroke biases die and get onboard with today’s better engines.

In the 200 to 300-hp range, Evinrude’s 250-hp E-TEC G2 had the lowest total emissions of hydrocarbons, nitrogen oxide, and carbon monoxide (scale on left). www.multihullsmag.com | MULTIHULLS Magazine

Evinrude E-TEC is the only marine engine ever to receive the EPA Clean Air Excellence Award - and they come in lots of colors.

Equipment included on the Eastward Horizon 3000:

• Fuel tanks • Fuel filters • 5-spoke wheel • Switch panel w/breakers and 12V outlet • 2 – battery switches • 2 – 800 gph automatic bilge pumps • LED Running lights • Heavy duty rubrail w/ss insert • 6 flush mounted rod holders • 6 – 8” (15 - 20 cm) SS through-bolted cleats • SS ½” bow and stern eyes • Armstrong outboard brackets with swim platform

Base Price $127,700 as seen with center console, baitwell w/ dual helm seats, canvas T-top, and twin 250-hp Evinrude E-TECs. Optional Equipment (includes installation): • Engine upgrade to 300-hp Evinrude E-TECs ($4,115) • Magic Tilt Aluminum tandem axle trailer ($8,650) • Fiberglass hard top ($3,900) • Lee Sidewinder outrigger bases ($1,295) • Lee 18.5” (47 cm) alum outrigger poles ($995) • Lee 20’ (6 m) Telescoping carbon fiber outriggers ($1,045) • Freshwater washdown with 9-gallon (34 L) tank ($760) • Saltwater washdown ($715) • Fiberglass coffin box ($3,510) • Walk-through transom ($1,900) • Folding stern jump seat ($775) 57


• Stern baitwell ($1,100) • In-deck storage box ($1,100) • In-deck Insulated fish box w/macerator ($1,529) • Porta-Potti ($189) • Hull colors (TBD) • Custom electronics package (TBD) • Anchor windlass w/roller davit ($2,195) • Armstrong 4-step swim ladder ($495) • Custom alum dive ladder ($2,690)

Observations

The Eastward Horizon 3000 handles well and it can be configured to maximize its purpose. We recommend the additional in-deck storage options to supplement storage. This boat has a range of 537 miles with the stock 300-gallon (1,135 L) fuel tank, meaning one can go from Florida to the Bahamas for a weekend and back without having to buy fuel in the Bahamas.

Test Result Highlights

Top speed for the Eastward Boats Horizon 3000 is 50.6 mph (81.4 kph), burning 41.9 gallons per hour (gph) or 158.59 liters per hour (lph). Best cruise for the Eastward Boats Horizon 3000 (2019-) is 23.3 mph (37.5 kph), and the boat gets 2.0 miles per gallon (mpg) or 0.85 kilometers per liter (kpl), giving the boat a cruising range of 537 miles (864.22 kilometers). Tested power is 2 x 250-hp Evinrude E-TEC G2. For more information about the Horizon 3000, visit: http://eastwardboats.com/ or e-mail: Dave@Eastwardboats.com The Horizon 3000 is trailerable with the optional Magic Tilt aluminum trailer.

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hen you come to the British Virgin Islands at the beginning of your chartering experience, you are in for a week of relaxation, beautiful views, and amazing local cuisine. You may think that this incredible getaway could not get any better, but what if I told you that you can also fish these beautiful and bountiful waters! In this article, you will find out how to acquire your Pleasure (Temporary) Fishing License, where you can get any equipment you might need, and also some other suggestions to make your BVI fishing experience as good as it can get. Â

Fishing Permits

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To acquire your Pleasure Fishing License in the British Virgin Islands, you must submit an application to the Department of Conservation and Fisheries. The fee for the permit is $45.00 and it will be valid for 30 days from the day that it is received. Alongside the application, you must also submit a valid form of picture identification (passport or driverâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s license). You can expect to receive the permit 1-5 business days after submitting the application, but we still recommend that you apply two weeks in advance just in case there is an error in your application and you are asked to resubmit it. There is also a credit card authorization form that you will need to fill out if you are completing the application and payment via e-mail. Both forms can be found on the BVI Government website at http://www. MULTIHULLS Magazine | July/August 2019


bvi.gov.vg/services/acquiring-temporary-pleasurefishing-licence Children under the age of 18 are not required to have a fishing license, but the boat you are fishing from must hold a Fishery License. Fortunately, all boats at The Catamaran Company in BVI have this license and you can receive the vessels registration number through your charter broker.

Fishing Equipment

www.bviwatertoys.com/fishing-tortola-bvi/ www.laststopsports.com/Fishing_Tortola_BVI.htm Fishing Equipment can be rented by either Island Surf & Sail or Last Stop Sports, linked above. They both offer prearranged kits for light casting or trolling, depending on your preferred method of fishing. At The Catamaran Company, we recommend that you rent your gear from Island Surf & Sail as they are very familiar with the location of the base, and for a small service fee they even will leave the equipment you have rented on your boat prior to your arrival. You are also welcome to bring your own equipment into the BVI, but no spearfishing equipment

is permitted. In the BVI it is illegal to use or carry onboard a fishing vessel any spear gun, explosive, poison, or other noxious substances for fishing. If you are caught using any of this equipment, you risk being prosecuted or fined up to fifteen thousand dollars ($15,000.00). West End

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Fisheries Priority Areas: • Great Harbour, Peter Island • The Bight, Norman Island • Frenchman’s Cay • Benures Bay, Norman Island • West Guana Island • Great Camanoe

What Will You Catch?

Fishing Locations

In the British Virgin Islands, there are both Fisheries Protected Areas and Fisheries Priority Areas. Fisheries Protected Areas are reserves, which serve to protect and preserve the breeding grounds and habitats of aquatic life. In these areas, it is prohibited to anchor, dive, build, or fish. Fisheries Priority Areas are designated locations set aside for registered and licensed vessels and persons to engage in fishing.

Fisheries Protected Areas: • Horse Shoe Reef, Anegada • Beef Island Channel • Hans Creek, Beef Island • The Sound, Ginger Island • Big Reef, Peter Island • Green Cay • Frenchman’s Cay • Taylor Bay, Virgin Gorda • South Sound, Virgin Gorda • The Sound, Salt Island • Money Bay, Norman Island • Santa Monica Rock • North Bay, Guana Island 64

Within these beautiful and bountiful waters, there are close to 300 different marine fish species, making it an absolute blast for recreational fishers. While trolling around the channel in your island hops, you have a great chance of catching surface feeding fish like mahi-mahi, kingfish, tuna, and mackerel. Go out a bit deeper to the North or South drop, and you might find yourself catching something much bigger! At these locations, you will find blackfin tuna, blue marlin, wahoo, sailfish, white marlin, or yellowtail tuna. We do ask that you release any marlin or sailfish that are caught as they are gamefish and greatly important to local fishing tour companies. Inshore you will find yourself catching barracudas, hardnose, Atlantic bonito, jacks, permit, snappers, tarpon, triggerfish, and parrotfish. If you want to catch and eat fish, we do recommend avoiding barracuda, snapper, jacks, triggerfish, parrotfish, and tarpon as they are predatory reef fish and are therefore more likely to have ciguatera poisoning. This type of fish poisoning can give you a very nasty, and sometimes fatal, food poisoning. If you are still unsure of what you have caught, on most boats you will be able to find a fish identification chart. If you are still unable to identify the fish, it is best to stay safe and release it back into the sea.

Useful Links:

https://www.laststopsports.com/LSS_Files/A_ BVI_Guide_to_Recreational_Fishing.pdf http://www.bvi.gov.vg/services/acquiring-temporary-pleasure-fishing-licence http://www.bvi.gov.vg/media-centre/stop-unauthorised-harvesting-spiny-lobsters For more information about The Catamaran Company, British Virgin Islands or to browse their charter fleet in BVI, visit: https://www.catamarans.com/thecatamaran-company/bvi/ MULTIHULLS Magazine | July/August 2019


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Frank Thurlow May 5 at 5:02 PM

First off I want to say THANKS! to all of the wonderful folks who have answered my questions and offered tips & advice. I really appreciate it. Now here’s my latest question - We are sailing Out of the Blue on Sat 6/1 but only 8 will make the noon departure. 2 more are coming into Road Town on Sun 6/2 via the last Fast Ferry from STT. We need to figure out the best spot to pick them up that’s close to ferry dock for them & easy for us to get in & out of. What are your thoughts? And should we just use the dinghy & shuttle them from dock to boat? TIA for your help.

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Roger Zouhar When our ferry arrived at the customs dock a private boat was trying to stop at a slip close by and the customs officials were having no part of it and angrily waved them off. Like Reply 2w

Frank Thurlow Roger Zouhar Exactly what I’m trying to avoid Like Reply 2w

John Vernon Roger Zouhar an easy option is to choose a bay/marina on Tortola and have your next Day arrivals take a cab and meet you at that location. Like Reply 2w Edited View 1 more reply

Larry G. Vaughn When I have folks who arrive a day or more late, I meet them at Trellis Bay. If they can fly into Beef Island Airport they can literally walk to Trellis Bay. If they arrive in Road Town, It's about a 30 minute cab ride from the ferry terminal to Trellis Bay. In the interim, you can sail to Cooper Island, or Marina Cay, and still be close to Trellis. I've done this many times and it always works well. Like Reply 1w

Dave Zahradnik Larry G. Vaughn great advise Larry we have done the same. Like Reply 1w

Frank Thurlow Larry G. Vaughn Thanks Like Reply 5d

George Golden What we just did was get a boat slip at Scrub Island the day they arrive. Free ferry over to Scrub at Trellis Bay Like Reply 6d Edited

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Colt Luedde is with Kelly Winters Luedde at Oil Nut Bay. May 20 at 11:36 PM

On day two of our time in the islands and we went to Oil Nut Bay for the first time. We went to the new dockside restaurant, pool and lounge area and it did not disappoint! The place was incredibly well done and the service was amazing. Jackie rocks - incredible story of her survival during Irma and we were so moved we had to jump up and give her a hug. Everything was beautiful and we will definitely be back!

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Lisa Eberle Ok I’m soooooo glad you visited here Colt - I am living vicariously.. and you solved a mystery on another members pic at night on those side “ tramps” I could not figure out what that was... lol I knew it wasn’t a boat lol Like Reply 1d

Kelly Winters Luedde Lisa Eberle it was beautiful! The side tramps were a great addition and they have lighting - it’s probably really pretty at night. Here are a couple extra pics I took of the gift shop, market and library Like Reply 1d

Kelly Winters Luedde i will add it to a main new post - it’s only letting me add one here (thank you so much for our sweet card Like Reply 1d View 1 more reply

Trey Hiers What was the approach like to the marina? Was it well marked now? I can't find anything on the charts about getting to the marina. Like Reply 1d

Sarah Radcliffe Gross Bad pic of the map we got when we went. Channel is really well marked. We did see a few cats anchored outside the channel. Marina is located on the Bitter End side - some distance from full resort.

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uggero Tita and Caterina Banti (ITA) continued their relentless march at the top of the leaderboard, notching up two more first places in their qualifying group, only falling foul in the last race of the afternoon. “We were fast upwind and going well downwind in the waves,” said Banti. “We just didn’t start quite so well in the last race and couldn’t pull through.” The only race the Italians didn’t win was taken instead by Great Britain’s Ben Saxton and Nikki Boniface who enjoyed getting out in the big waves after a few light-airs regattas. 74

“We did a lot of training over the winter in strong winds and big waves,” said Saxton. “It took us a race to remember what to do, but it felt good after that.” The 15-knot breeze did drop away to more like 10 knots by the end of the afternoon, although was still testing enough for the overworked crews doing all the gunnel running fore and aft along the 17-foot hulls. There were certainly enough gnarly moments to catch out some of the crews crashing into the back of the nastier waves. Two teams wiped out their aluminium bowsprits, leaving them

without the ability to fly the gennaker downwind. One of those was the Spanish team of Tara Pacheco and Florian Trittel who failed to get a result in the middle race but made amends with a 2,3 in the other two heats to sit in fourth overall. On the other side of qualification, another British crew, John Gimson and Anna Burnet, sailed a stellar day to rack up 1, 1, 2 and rise to second overall. The British team now find themselves sandwiched between two Italian crews, the leaders five points ahead and just a point behind in third overall, Vittorio Bissaro and Maelle Frascari.

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Back in 15th place are Nathan and Haylee Outteridge, still discovering the quirks of the Nacra 17 in big waves. The Australian siblings made rapid progress last season in the flat water, and now it’s up to Nathan to see if he can master a different beast on these same Olympic waters that propelled him to 49er gold at London 2012. There’s a widespread acknowledgement that Weymouth Bay is proving a useful testing ground for the kind of big-wave swell that competitors might encounter at next year’s Olympic Regatta in Enoshima. Out of all the Olympic disciplines, the skiffs and the foiling catamaran find the waves the big-

gest challenge, so every day of experience in Weymouth Bay counts as a vital day of discovery on the

road to Tokyo. For more information, visit: www.nacra17.org

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Japan Beats Australia to Sit Atop the Leaderboard by One Point

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n front of large crowds lining the waterfront in downtown Manhattan, the Japan SailGP Team – helmed by double Olympic medalist Nathan Outteridge – beat off strong competition from Tom Slingsby’s Australia SailGP Team to win its first event in the inaugural SailGP season. An intense final match race took place between the two notorious rivals on the Hudson River racecourse, which saw drama before the start as the high-powered F50s, capable of intense speeds, made contact. A penalty to Australia saw Japan eventually get the better of the season’s leaders and take the victory in New York. “Here we knew it would be a challenge and what I am really proud about is that our whole team focused every single step of the way,” said Outteridge. “I am 76

relieved because we really needed a win, we deserved to win, and I am proud of everyone’s effort. The Aussies are, without a doubt, the team to beat, and I think now we are starting to even out the playing field and can’t wait until Cowes.” New York’s urban landscape provided an extra challenge for the world-class athletes this week as they battled shifting breezes and varied wind speeds on a smaller, more challenging racecourse. Boat handling and maneuvering on the foils was significantly more of a factor than ever before as the boats flew around the Hudson at the fastest speeds yet seen on SailGP, with the Australia team hitting a top speed of 48.69 knots (nearly 60 mph). It was the superior adaptability of the Japanese team that won the event on the Hudson. “It was tough conditions, but the Japan team was MULTIHULLS Magazine | July/August 2019


better. They’ve been better than us the last two days, and they deserve the win,” said Slingsby. “The way this sport has gone, and the way Nathan and my careers have gone has been amazing, and we’re so happy to be here racing each other; unfortunately, it’s on different teams, but it also makes it more fun.” The United States SailGP Team, led by Rome Kirby, gave the estimated 30,000 people lining the shore a reason to cheer when they crossed the finish line first in race five. Scoring its first ever SailGP win on home turf was a special moment for the United States SailGP Team, and a move that placed the crew third overall at the event. “The boys were pretty fired up to go racing today, and it showed,” said Kirby. “To win a race is awesome but we want to win events. But we’re happy to be on the podium, and it was awesome to see the crowd out there.” Only one point separates Japan and Australia on the Season 1 leaderboard, but now four teams have proved they are capable of winning races, putting the pressure on for the next event in Cowes. One team that will be looking forward to racing in Cowes is the Great Britain SailGP Team, which suffered a capsize on the Hudson that significantly damaged its wingsail. The British will be eager for

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redemption in front of their hometown crowd at the first European event of SailGP’s inaugural season. “It’s been a disappointing weekend all in all for us – we learned a lot from our capsize yesterday, and I’m proud as a team of how we came back after that setback,” said helmsman Dylan Fletcher. SailGP’s next stop is Cowes, UK, over the weekend of August 10-11, when the home of British sailing will be able to witness the intense racing and aweinspiring speeds of the F50s.

day two highlights https://youtu.be/GLgdGAOLvw0

2019 New York SailGP Race One Position Team Helm 1 Australia Tom Slingsby 2 Japan Nathan Outteridge 3 China Phil Robertson 4 United States Rome Kirby 5 France Billy Besson 6 Great Britain Dylan Fletcher

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2019 New York SailGP Race Two Position Team Helm 1 Japan Nathan Outteridge 2 Australia Tom Slingsby 3 France Billy Besson 4 United States Rome Kirby 5 China Phil Robertson 6 Great Britain Dylan Fletcher

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2019 New York SailGP Race Three Position Team Helm 1 Japan Nathan Outteridge 2 Australia Tom Slingsby 3 China Phil Robertson 4 France Billy Besson 5 United States Rome Kirby 6 Great Britain Dylan Fletcher

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2019 New York SailGP Race Four Position Team Helm 1 Japan Nathan Outteridge 2 Australia Tom Slingsby 3 Great Britain Dylan Fletcher 4 United States Rome Kirby 5 China Phil Robertson 6 France Billy Besson

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2019 New York SailGP Race Five Position Team Helm 1 United States Rome Kirby 2 Japan Nathan Outteridge 3 Australia Tom Slingsby 4 Great Britain Dylan Fletcher 5 France Billy Besson 6 China Phil Robertson

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2019 New York SailGP Match Final Results Position Team Helm 1 Japan Nathan Outteridge 2 Australia Tom Slingsby

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New York SailGP 2019 Leaderboard Position Team Helm 1 Japan Nathan Outteridge 2 Australia Tom Slingsby 3 United States Rome Kirby 4 China Phil Robertson 5 France Billy Besson 6 Great Britain Dylan Fletcher

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Challenge at Every Turn Determines Winners

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hile last year was a drifter, this year was anything but for the 202 boats competing in the 2019 Bell’s Beer Bayview Mackinac Race. The 95th running of the longest consecutively held freshwater race in the country started Saturday, July 20 at noon on lower Lake Huron and served up a “little bit of everything” on its way to the finish line at Mackinac Island. The race included reaching, running, a lot of beating, and a pretty nasty storm thrown in on Saturday evening. There is a good mix of challenging conditions being more typical of the event than not, especially since the Cove Island course takes a radical hitch from the northeast to the west roughly halfway through. The beat after Cove Island Buoy (the turning mark) was 100 plus miles with winds in the mid-20s for a while. It had been a spinnaker reach/broad reach up until then, Place 1 2 3 4

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interspersed with the entertainment of the storm. According to Bell’s Beer Bayview Mackinac Race Chairman Robert Nutter, the storm dumped torrential rain for three hours straight and harbored gusts in excess of 30 knots. “There were some breakdowns, but most everyone persevered and enjoyed a great race with average wind speeds of 15-20 knots.” First to the island, finishing on Sunday at 5:37 pm, was the Greene Formula 60 Earth Voyager, which finished the Cove Island Course in 27 hours, 47 minutes and 8 seconds to become overall winner of Division III for Multihulls. “That was pretty quick time, but we’ve done it in 14 hours before, so we’re always looking to one-up ourselves,” said Todd Howe (Rochester, N.Y.), who co-skippered with his brother Ryan and jokingly added that being first to the island has its advantages: “… getting drinks without waiting in

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line and showers and sleep before the other boats come in.” Howe said his crew, which included his father Ray (who built the boat and has sailed the event with his sons since 1995 when multihulls were first allowed), had shortened sail some 40 to 50 miles into the course to repair a failed mainsail track. “We actually had no mainsail up when the storm hit. We saw 35 knots, and after the storm passed there was zero wind for what seemed like an eternity.” In the end, Earth Voyager averaged speeds of 21-22 knots for “hours and hours of very fast sailing.” Added Howe: “The top three boats in our class finished within 71 seconds of each other on corrected time, so I think we had to be the closest in finishes of all the classes.” A total of 20 classes sailed in three divisions at the 2019 Bell’s Beer Bayview Mackinac Race, which prides itself on being one of the most spirited events on the Great Lakes. For more information, visit: http://www.bycmack.com/ MM

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2014 Aquila 48, Pegasus. The Aquila 48 was designed in collaboration with leading experts in the powerboating industry including world-class designers, engineers, and builders as well as the industry’s leading yacht retailer. She represents the newest and most exciting evolution in the market today. On the Aquila 48, you will quickly notice the attention to innovative design, detail, and quality in all areas of the yacht.The main deck offers extended spaces for living large, with beautiful panoramic views and access to both forward and aft covered cockpit seating areas. Inside, comfortable saloon seating ensures leisurely dining and entertainment. The galley is ergonomically designed with the most modern appliances, and all the cabins are well-lit thanks to their panoramic windows and offer spacious en-suite bathrooms and showers stalls. Pleasing modern lines set the Aquila 48 in a league of her own and moving around this boat is a breeze for people of all ages and abilities. Aft, a lifting platform provides excellent access to the ocean, dinghy and water toys. Access to the flybridge from one of five convenient stairways – the interior salon, or the innovative forward and aft secure stairways. A large entertainment and dining area on the flybridge with a barbeque with a wet bar, and forward, an ergonomically designed steering console position with modern navigation equipment. On the main deck, outside shaded areas in the front and rear ensure leisurely relaxation on every level. Vessel located in Tortola, the British Virgin Islands during Hurricane Irma. The vessel sustained little or no damage, all repairs have been completed. Import duties would apply if sold into the US. An independent survey completed in June is available. Well maintained.The survey estimated value of USD 580,000.00. Priced to sell quickly. Asking $550,000. For more information, click or contact: classifieds@multihullsmag.com

2002 Beneteau Oceanis 50, JoJo Maria. Jojo Maria a good example of the popular Beneteau 50. This version has the convertible forward cabins, where the two can turn into one large owners cabin. Additionally, the large cockpit with dual steering stations provides the space for all aboard to move about comfortably. The deck layout on the Beneteau 50 includes wide sidedecks and judiciously located

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hatches that ensure easy and safe circulation on deck. The 50 features a dual cockpit configuration: the guest cockpit offers comfort for eight people around the standard table, and the crew cockpit has two steering positions and directly accessible winches for the helmsman. Access from the stern is made easy by a built-in step and a hinged door that lead to a passageway to both cockpits. Asking $151,000. For more information, click or contact: classifieds@multihullsmag.com

2001 Endeavour Victory 35, Free Trader II. The Victory catamaran is a great cruising, family and entertainment boat. Her 16’ beam gives her great interior volume, great stability and plenty of storage space. Her large solid foredeck provides a large and stable platform for handling sails, making dockage a breeze, or simply a comfortable lounging area while at dock, or underway. The salon has 6’2” of standing headroom, and can fit a number of people comfortably. The Victory 35 is a unique catamaran. At 16’ wide, she will still fit in many marina slips meant for large monohulls, potentially saving you money on dockage. Even in keeping with her relatively narrow footprint the vessel has a salon to rival many larger catamarans and is still able to equip two queen size beds in her duel staterooms. With a draft of 3’ you can access more shallow water that many other boats simply can’t. The helm station provides excellent visibility. You can see all four corners of the boat with no obstructions adding to feelings of safety and security. The soft-top bimini will keep you in the shade when you desire to have it up. The electric windlass has a remote control switch at the helm so you can raise and lower the anchor while maintaining control of your vessel.The electric Harken two speed self-tailing winch allows you to raise the main and control the main sheet from the helm as well. The Genoa roller furling control lines also lead to the cockpit, making the boat a breeze to control and sail shorthanded. The two queen cabins allow you to provide a fabulous cabin to friends or family, and the third cabin can be kept as storage, converted to bunks, or perhaps even an additional head if you want an extra one for your guests. As she is, her single head is large and light, with a Jabsco electric macerator head, and a large separate walk in shower. The solid foredeck has no trampolines, providing for a large living area and sure-footing while handling dock lines, anchors, etc. A great place to unwind with cushions or deck chairs at the end pf the day. The retractable Sillette Sonic Cat sail drive rotates 60 degrees for excellent maneuverability. The boat is an entertainers dream

with a large “L” shaped folding dining table that can sit six easily. The cockpit with retractable table can sit eight. The galley has expandable countertops, a two-burner propane stove combo convection/ microwave, and a surprisingly large upright refrigerator/freezer combo can satisfy even the hungriest of crews. Seven opening deck hatches and ten opening portholes and the 180-degree windshield keep the boat bright and airy in any weather. With a new stack pack in 2017 and a new main in 2018 she is leagues ahead of similar competition. She is well equipped and will bring her next owner fun and safe cruising adventures. Asking $125,000. For more information click or contact: classifieds@ multihullsmag.com

2008 Gemini 105Mc, Irish Bride.This 2008 Gemini 105MC has the typical layout, with a large U-berth salon that converts into a king size bed. Two aft guest cabins provide your visitors with a taste of home with ample storage for whatever they may bring on board. Even with a galley down in the starboard hull, you are never far from the social scene as the interior has a nice open concept that brings everyone together. Forward of the galley is the spacious and bright master cabin. There are many cabinets and lockers to stow away all your gear and clothing for your next relaxing adventure. Forward on the port side you will find the head, complete with a shower and plexiglass shield to keep excess moisture from other components. There are also fans, and custom lights throughout the interior. She has spent her life with her current owner on a lift and out of the water when she has not been sailing. The solar panels, dingy davits, screacher sail, custom outdoor seats and a stack pack for the main sail are all in excellent condition. A weather enclosure and mosquito enclosure are both included, providing you with peace and tranquility even through difficult conditions. The current owner has also invested into the long-term structural integrity of this vessel by reinforcing the hulls at the aft bulkheads. They have also put in a custom cutout of the starboard side of the pilothouse, widening the helm station’s visual prowess across the hull. They have also installed a stainless steel and canvas eyebrow that extends over the main salon to provide shade and manage internal temperatures. There is also radar, a fish finder, custom fans throughout, custom interior lights, a remote for the autopilot, as well as a remote for the anchor windlass, and oversized house batteries, with a battery monitor. There is minimal crazing across the hull for Gemini of this generation. This

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Gemini 105MC is an absolute Gem and will provide her future owner with years and years of happy sailing in both comfort and style. Asking $135,000. For more information click or contact: classifieds@ multihullsmag.com

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 $149,000. For more information, click or contact: classifieds@multihullsmag.com

features of the Gemini salon also continues to be the great air flow. Two large overhead hatches and the sliding windows to the cockpit create maximum air flow even in the most stifling conditions. Asking $227,000. For more information, click or contact: classifieds@multihullsmag.com

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2019 Gemini Freestyle 399 Power, Hull 004. The Next Generation has arrived! Gemini Catamarans has added a little get up and go to their line of American-made catamarans. The brand new Gemini Freestyle 399 Power, with upgraded outboards, has a cruising speed of 14 to 15 knots, with a high speed to date of 21 knots. Now that’s some POWER! Building off the success of the Gemini Freestyle 37 Sail, the 399 Power offers a center console, both inboard and outboard engines options along with two hard top options; fiberglass with stainless steel supports and glass sunroof or full fly bridge with stairs and a bimini top. Creature comforts abound with contemporary forward cockpit cushions that cover the pulpit benches as well as the fore deck with the option for a hard cover over the table and seating area.A hammock built for four hangs off the back, a perfect place for that wind in your hair feeling of freedom. An isinglass options allows front and side enclosures for inclement weather or to create a nice living space as, just like her predecessor, this power catamaran is free to style just the way you want! So get your power fix on the catamaran that has been sailing owners around the globe since 1981. Bring it On! Asking $272,733. For more information click or contact: classifieds@multihullsmag.com

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

2014 Gemini Legacy 35, Boriken. Boriken is an original owner boat that has never been chartered. She has been lovingly maintained to be in tip-top shape, equipped with amenities such A/C, generator and lots of extra upgrades. She has recently had a bottom paint job in July 2018, as well as a new starboard engine installed (with low hours on Portside). You will not want to miss out on the value of this cool cat. Asking $200,000. For more information, click or contact: classifieds@ multihullsmag.com

2015 Gemini Legacy 35, Haboob. This Catalinabuilt Gem has three cabins and comes complete with all the new 2015 features including upgraded owner head with vessel sink, wall shower, linen closet, Corian seat and teak grating. She has been very lightly chartered less than one season in the BVI and has no hurricane damage. The owner’s cabin features a full queen-sized bed with a spectacular view through panoramic windows. Beautifully crafted cabinetry with dressing table and sitting area plus three opening hatches for ample ventilation make this cabin a home away from home. With a full standing shower and plenty of cabinet storage, the head on the Gemini Legacy 35 is functional, easy to maintain and beautifully appointed. The owner’s head, along with the optional forward head, are composite molded units that keep maintenance to a minimum. The optional Quiet Flush toilets add to the appeal of this private space. The aft cabin of the Gemini Legacy 35 is roomy and spacious with beautiful cabinetry for storage and over 6 feet of headroom. A 50-inch wide double bed with lots of light and air flow from two opening hatches. The forward cabin has is a 44 inch double berth, over 6 feet of headroom and beautiful cabinetry along with secondary access through a hatch from the deck. The salon is light and bright. The open layout highlights spectacular visibility, comfort and expanded headroom. Easy seating for six around the dinette table or optional coffee table with 180 degree outside views while seated or standing, you can truly enjoy your dinner and drinks despite the weather. One of the best

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2016 Gemini Legacy 35, The Full Monte. Fully equipped with all the creature comforts, this Gem is ready for long weekend cruises, extended travel plans or your permanent floating home. Custom options include a drop down box from the ceiling of the cockpit to store your favorite brand HDTV, upgrade to ultra-leather cushions to ensure a comfy seat while enjoying a meal or getting caught up on the daily news, hatch blinds keep the cabin cool on sunny days and the convenience of a microwave oven means you will not be wasting precious time cooking when you would rather be sailing! The Electric Anchor Windlass on this 2016 Gemini Legacy 35 makes anchoring a breeze! And do not worry about your refrigeration while you’ve gone exploring as the solar panels will bring in any extra energy you need to supplement the Group 31 batteries. A larger holding tank for fresh water or longer distance travel and a full suite of Raymarine instrumentation rounds out the package. This Gem is ready to go … a true Gem for all reasons … Day Trip, Weekend Cruiser, Long Term Travel or Live-Aboard … she does it all! Asking $249,995. For more information, click or contact: classifieds@multihullsmag.com

2016 Gemini Legacy 35, Hull 1223. Take 30 years of innovation in catamaran design, 40 years of the finest, most advanced research and development in American yacht manufacturing, passion, customer feedback, craftsmanship, and an entirely new, collaborative way of doing business and the result is stunning! Owner’s layout with fans in cabins and salon, custom coffee table, head upgrade (vessel sink, wall shower, linen closet, corian seat, teak grating), upgraded all interior lights to LED Fixtures. Additional 12v outlets in cabins & head (2 in salon as standard), 2 reading lights in salon, 2 in master cabin, custom cockpit, bow and bench cushions. Upgraded hammock to bench (storage locker & larger aluminum propane tank). Custom cockpit table. Upgrade to deluxe ultra-leather interior cushion fabric with designer accents. Many more upgrades. Asking $273,779. For more information, click or contact: classifieds@multihullsmag.com

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2017 Gemini Legacy 35x, Debi Doll II. The Gemini Legacy 35x has an extended transom that has made the annoyances associated with boarding aft a much more convenient process, not to mention the additional space to utilize the sugar scoops for jumping off into the Caribbean Sea! Debi Doll II has a 3 cabin, 1 head layout and is equipped with the X extensions which has improved sailability, simplified the loading and unloading process, as well as provide enough room for a diving platform for the family and friends. Already having a Bahamas cruise under her belt, Debi Doll II is ready for its next owner to sail through the islands, Florida Keys, or wherever you are daring enough to go. The current owners have a great wealth of sailing knowledge and have traveled across the globe in their life on numerous boats before they finally decided to settle down with the Legacy 35x. Having a true mariner background, the owners have meticulously cared for this vessel and have decided to move on to their next stage in life. Located in the heart of Fort Lauderdale, Debi Doll II is a sail ready catamaran that will be a great find for anyone looking to explore open water! Asking $249,000. For more information, click or contact: classifieds@multihullsmag.com

2014 Kurt Hughes 30, Dragonfly. Dragonfly is one of 5 existing Kurt Hughes 30’ catamarans. It was built in Onset Massachusetts from 2009-2014. The hull is okoume marine plywood totally encapsulated with fiberglass and epoxy resin.The deck and bulkheads are ply/foam/ply sandwich and also encapsulated with glass and epoxy.The owner has pictures of the entire build process and receipts for all materials. The rig and sails were designed by Julian Crisp of Sparman USA along with Selden. The boat can be sailed solo and uses a tiller for steering. Autopilot is oversized and works excellent. The electrical system is composed of the most energy efficient tech and the 420 solar grid and lithium ion batteries makes the boat totally self sufficient, no need for a generator or plugging in to shore power. This included running the fridge/freezer and watching movies everyday. Dragonfly has new transoms that stretch the boat to 33’. These additions were done at Shaws boat yard in Dighton, Massachusetts.The new transoms allow the dinghy to be hauled up on the davits, increase sailing speed, reduce pitching motion and are a great swim platform. The fastest we have gotten her up to was 18 knots with full sail in 30 knots of wind. She has tons of deck space and is great for hosting big crowds. We are selling in hopes to buy a house and start a family soon. Motivated and priced to sell! Asking $82,500. For more information, click or contact: classifieds@ multihullsmag.com

and valuable proposition. Light is the key on the Lagoon 380 with vertical saloon windows making all areas bright and inviting. The helm station with its upgraded soft upholstered double helm seat is comfortable for those relaxing cruises. Visibility from the helm station is excellent. Having the engines remote from the cabins provides additional soundproofing and having propulsion aft of the rudders gives greater performance to the twin blade folding propellers. Direct access to the cockpit from the galley makes for easy living and entertaining. This is a serious entry level cruising catamaran and probably the most successful contemporary cruising cat currently on the market. The hulls are just wide enough to fit 2 double berths in each hull. The rear cabin being larger and a queen size bed. 4 couples can enjoy complete privacy while cruising together. The main Saloon is on the bridge deck between the hulls its layout makes it seem larger than it is with the sliding door and window between the cockpit and saloon it gives an open entertaining area and no-one is excluded. The flip over bar above the sink brings both entertaining areas together. The Vertical Saloon windows give wrap around views of the outside. The galley has twin stainless steel sinks, a two-burner gas cook top with oven. The Standard Lagoon fridge with the engine driven cold plate has been upgraded to a CF80 electric Fridge/Freezer. add to this a second portable fridge under the Nav Station that can be used as addition freezer space or a drinks fridge depending on your need. Ample storage under the settee cupboards with additional storage space in the stbd hull passageway. New deck hatches over all 4 cabins fitted Nov 2017. The main anchor fairlead has been replaced and a second added to the port side of the forestay to manage a second anchor if needed. The main anchor has 150ft of chain and a second anchor (Danforth) has 30ft of chain and 200ft of anchor warp. Asking $185,000. For more information, click or contact: classifieds@ multihullsmag.com

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1999 Lagoon 380, 38 South. 38 South has been our floating home for 3 months of the year for the last 4 years while we have been travelling from Grenada to Australia via the USA. The smallest of the Lagoon range, the amazing 380 holds the record for the largest number of cruising catamarans built worldwide now over 800. This used Catamaran is easy to handle and can comfortably be sailed by one person. Halyards and almost all lines coming back to the helm making sail trimming and handling a breeze. The 380 is very comfortable both at sea and at anchor and most of all is fun to live aboard. This 4-cabin version offers two shared heads and maximizes accommodation. Since the first model rolled of the line, the basic configuration has not changed much over the years making these pre-owned catamarans an attractive

2010 Lagoon 38S2, Me Gusta.This 3-cabin owners version has been well maintained, and a private boat – never chartered. Upgraded to the comfort package option, has watermaker, solar, hardtop bimini, gennaker, chartplotter, radar, AIS, etc. The US Duties have been paid. The salon cushions were redone with Caribbean blue Ultra suede, full set of cockpit cushions new fabric Oct 2013, complete enclosure for cockpit with screens, hardtop bimini, manual Jabsco heads. Asking $279,900. For more information, click or contact: classifieds@ multihullsmag.com

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2013 Lagoon 450, Between the Sheets . This Lagoon 450 is very clean, exercised regularly, and consistently serviced. The current owner’s mantra of replacing parts before repairing them ensures you as the next owner receive a sailaway catamaran that will continue to serve you. The Lagoon 450 is one of the most sought after models with 360 Visibility, all lines running to the flybridge for short handed sailing, and plenty of space to entertain family or friends as well as a spacious platform for a live-aboard cruiser. Asking $469,000. For more information, click or contact: classifieds@multihullsmag.com

all about nowing when 2017 Lagoon 42, Paw Trax II. The Lagoon 42 Paw Trax II is current earning income in a BVI charter fleet. It is a 4 cabin, 4 head layout, low engine hours as it was out of the charter fleet in the USA for 10 months. Loaded with important cruising gear. Hardtop helm, A/C, Gen, AIS, Autopilot, chart plotter, underwater lights. It shows off a unique visual identity with sleek curves and a groundbreaking single level cockpit. It was awarded the 2017 boat of the year by Cruising World in the less than 50’ catamaran category, making this the 4th award for the Lagoon 42 in less than a year. Truly a beautiful and modern catamaran. It is termed a floating French apartment. This boat lost its rig in Irma and had some very minor damage. It was completely inspected and repaired, and has all new mast, boom and standing rigging.The seller is getting a bit older and feels his days sailing are very limited. It was professionally repaired in North Carolina and has returned to charter in the BVI. This boat can come out of the charter fleet with 30 days’ notice or stay earning income in charter in a perfect location to sail. Asking $467,000. For more information, click or contact: classifieds@multihullsmag.com

2012 Lagoon 560, Atlantis. Atlantis is a diesel powered 5-cabin version of the Lagoon 560 catamaran. The catamaran is constructed of traditional fiberglass reinforced plastic with balsa coring in the hull (above the waterline) and in the decks. She is equipped with twin diesel engines with saildrives. She has 5 cabins and 5 washrooms below deck and a spacious main salon and galley on the bridge deck. While she is several years old, she has been lightly used and remains in like new cosmetic condition and needs only minor service mechanically. The large master cabin has a separate toilet and shower and private entrance from the cockpit. Port aft and port forward guest cabins with en-suite head and shower. The port aft cabin is accessed from the cockpit, while the port forward is accessed from the main salon. There is amidships cabin with over and under bunks and en-suite head & shower for children or crew. The starboard forward guest cabin also has an en-suite head and shower. All cabinetry wood is light Alpi Oak with dark Wenge floors. Pleated blinds in the cabins, master cabin cockpit entrance and on main salon windows. Upgraded cream leather upholstery in main salon. Leather organizers on bulkheads in cabins. Electric main salon table. 12V Fans in salon and cabins. Asking $1,119,000. For more information, click or contact: classifieds@multihullsmag.com

o buy. 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 was phased out from charter service in the BVI and is ready for a new home. Asking $349,000. For more information, click or contact: classifieds@ multihullsmag.com

2000 Leopard 38, Second Wind. Clean and meticulously maintained, kept in the brackish waters (low salt) of the Chesapeake Bay since 2012. Ready to sail: complete with tools, spares, bedding, linens, cookware, plates and silverware – everything needed to start cruising. Boat has Sunbrella bimini, stack pack with boat name, trampolines, helm cushion and back rest.Two full size double berths with head with electric toilet, shower, basin to port. One full size double berth with head with manual toilet, sink and a stand-alone walk in shower with washbasin to starboard. Large dinette table converts with cushions to another double berth. Asking $159,000. For more information, click or contact: classifieds@multihullsmag.com

2005 Leopard 40, Dutchess. The Leopard 40’s speed on the water and easy handling are its top features, earning it ‘Boat of the Year 2005’ from Cruising World magazine. This boat has a large cockpit with outside dining area, protected by a functional hard-top bimini.The galley-up design incorporates a spacious saloon and aft facing galley with a cocktail bar and serving window overlooking the cockpit.This Leopard 40 has four double cabins, optional berths in the forepeaks, and two large heads with separate shower stalls. Dutchess is a great full sized four-cabin cat, built to a high spec and showing all the right signs. Asking $174,900. For more information, click or contact: classifieds@multihullsmag.com

2002 Leopard 42, Sukha. This yacht is in very nice condition, it is completely fitted out for blue water cruising and ready for a new adventure. Her owner has kept her in excellent condition and she has benefited from a recent refit. Loaded with generator, air conditioning, water maker, chart-plotter, radar, flat-screen TV&DVD, hardtop with 900W of solar panels, gennaker with sock and much more. US import duty paid. The Leopard 42 has become a classic in the catamaran world since it was first launched in 2001. The Leopard 42’s have safely sailed the 7 seas and beyond, and they are easy to to handle. Simple yet reliable systems and low maintenance are key words for all Leopard catamarans, and the Robertson and Caine building method ensures bulletproof construction. Located in Fort Myers, FL. Asking $239,900. For more information, click or contact: classifieds@multihullsmag.com

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2009 Leopard 47 PC, Shared Adventure. Shared Adventure is a very pretty boat and was featured on Discovery Channel’s Shark Week in 2018 with celebrity diver Rob Gronkowski, former tight-end for the New England Patriots on board and diving with Tiger Sharks in the Bahamas. Also, Miss Miami 2009 just did her photo shoot on board. She has blue lights in the cockpit and red lights on the flybridge to give her a little sparkle at night. Shared Adventure has a number of common areas for your use as well, such as the expansive bow deck for catching sun rays sitting in a bean bag chair, outdoor table and shaded seating in the stern/rear, shaded seating and table up top on the flybridge, and the indoor salon. There is a combination lock on the sliding glass door, so you can come and go anytime of the day or night as you please. Asking $339,900. For more information, click or contact: classifieds@multihullsmag.com

1997 Manta 40, 9 Lives . The US-built Manta catamarans have developed and maintained a loyal following of knowledgeable cruisers. These yachts are known for their sound construction, excellent performance, and full compliment of factory installed cruising gear. 9 Lives is no exception, and after a recent refit at the Hinckley yard in Savannah she is sporting a new rig and sails that have her primed for her next adventure. Entering the salon from the spacious cockpit: A beautiful custom-made inlaid wooden dining table sets the tone for this immaculately maintained yacht. Seating for six is provided at the wellupholstered navy blue fabric-covered settee. Aft to stbd is a built-in cabinet with a TV and storage below. To port forward is a huge top-loading AdlerBarbour refrigerator with a separate top-loading freezer. The chart table is to port with easily accessed electric panel below. The U-shaped galley is aft of the chart table on the port side of the salon and features deep, double S/S sinks, 3-burner Princess stove and oven and microwave. The port hull is dedicated to the owner’s comfort with a fore and aft queen berth, cedar-lined hanging locker and several drawers for storage and spacious head with separate shower forward and four shelf pantry and teak bookcases between port side cabin and head. The starboard hull has an athwart-ships queen berth aft w/storage drawers and cedar-lined hanging locker, a mid-

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ship’s head w/separate shower and single berth & hanging locker forward. Between stbd side cabins are bookshelves and six custom-built-in tool drawers w/tools. As is the custom with cats, the huge cockpit accommodations on 9 Lives leaves little to be desired. Seating for eight plus helm-seat makes for pleasant evenings at anchor, on the dock, and while under way. Door entry into the salon with separate screen door is airy and accommodative. Don’t let this one sail away without you! Asking $199,500. For more information, click or contact: classifieds@multihullsmag.com

from a generous bow sprit, a self tacking jib, easily driven hulls, advanced building materials, folding props, which all combine to make the 40 Open an ideal choice for Southern California and beyond. Originally delivered in May of 2018 “Paradise” is less than one year old and represents an excellent value. The previous owner was so pleased with the quality and performance of Nautitech Catamarans that he has since purchased a new Nautitech 46. Take advantage of this opportunity and contact us today! Asking $549,000. For more information, click or contact: classifieds@multihullsmag.com

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. Owner’s 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 $289,500. For more information, click or contact: classifieds@ multihullsmag.com

2019 Nautitech 40 Open, Hull 129. Creating something visibly and tangibly new was the aim of designers Marc Lombard and Stéphane Roséo and the engineers at Bavaria Catamarans. The result is a true masterpiece of style and elegance, with a new exterior and interior design. New layout. New features. Enjoy more wellbeing in a luxurious, classy and exceptional ambiance, whatever voyages you have planned. Asking $642,618. For more information, click or contact: classifieds@ multihullsmag.com

2018 Nautitech 40 Open, Paradise. Featuring a large, fully battened, square top mainsail, a reaching headsail on a top-down furler deployed

1996 PDQ Capella Classic, McGuffin. The PDQ 36 is constructed of the highest grade, 100 percent vinylester resins, biaxial knitted fabrics with Klegecell coring fused together under vacuum pressure. The yacht is built with tremendous structural integrity, designed for severe sea conditions. She has six watertight flotation tanks fore and aft offering unparalleled buoyancy and safety.All sheets, halyards, and reefing lines lead to the protected cockpit, for ease of handling. A PDQ will sit upright on her keels and rudders for convenient storage, a bottom scrub, or beaching. Enjoy the near absence of heeling, feel the confidence of great stability no matter how fast she’s sailing. The superb design of the PDQ 36 creates a stunning, airy interior offering privacy, a gracious entertaining area, and two luxurious staterooms complete with queen-size beds. She is the ideal size for single-handing, perfect for family cruising, or two couples on a holiday. Every PDQ is hand-crafted with custom-fitted cabinetry, incorporating the finest cherry veneers, teak accents and three coats of varnish throughout.Asking $169,000. For more information, click or contact: classifieds@multihullsmag.com

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1995 Renaissance 320 XL, Vicki’s Place. Great opportunity to own a legendary Renaissance 320 XL sailing catamaran. Enjoy the performance, speed, styling, and durability of this great catamaran. Comfortable accommodations for six: featuring two forward staterooms with queen beds and an aft cabin with a double bed. The main salon area provides seating for six and a well-equipped galley including a propane stove/oven, refrigerator/ freezer, double sink. There is plenty of storage space for accommodating all provisions and supplies needed for those long-run cruises to the Bahamas or Caribbean. The roomy aft cockpit provides plenty of seating for the crew. The aft dive ladders on each hull make for easy access to the water when at anchor. There are no electronics on this vessel. Asking $69,500. For more information, click or contact: classifieds@multihullsmag.com

1999 Simonis 65, Shangri La. This Alex Simonis designed 65 is a beautiful custom built luxury hiperformance catamaran with style. Her layout and design make for ease of handling, making her ideal for charter or private use for short handed sailing. She would make a fantastic family cruising vessel for an around the world cruise/sabbatical.The hydraulic crane allows for easy single handed dinghy launching and recovery. Over the years, the owners have used her in charter lightly but mostly for their own pleasure, always with permanent crew or berthed on a secure dock with managing crew. In 2011 she underwent a major upgrade and systems/interior re-fit. In late 2013 she underwent another major upgrade including full paint job including mast and boom.Along with all new electronics, new AC system and the entire rig which was completely stripped and professionally re assembled with all new standing rigging and fittings.All mast hardware was surveyed and renewed or re built and all navigation lights are now LED. The tastefully furnished spacious salon provides for a cool and relaxing area offering a 360º view with a full bar to starboard including sink, hot/ cold faucet, ice maker, 3 x bar fridges, wine cooler, 4 x bar stools, glasses cabinet and wine glass rack overhead. Fully stocked with most anything needed for coffees or cocktails from blenders, mixers to a

12 cup filter coffee machine. Lots of 110v electrical sockets and LED night rope lighting. Two round dinettes with storage in seating, are set on the port side and can be used for dining, games, cocktails in any configuration you wish. 34” LED flat screen TV with Bose surround sound system that can be viewed from any seat in salon. All new upholstery cushions in leatherette, 19” LED flat screen TV’s with Blu Ray in all cabins, new privacy blinds on all cabin hatches and portholes. The new salon side windows are treated with V film which blocks UV rays and stops heat intrusion. Music/entertainment center is set up on the port side behind the settee with printer/scanner, Bose amp, Denon HDMI amplifier, FM/AM,CD, DVD, all BluRay. Fusion waterproof speakers in cockpit and on bow. Two navigation centers all recently rewired with new gauges for fuel, water and black water tanks. The port nav station has a custom back-lit panel showing engine room fire alarms, 4 high water alarms and a silhouette outline of vessel showing all lights, pumps and alarms in one quick glance. The starboard nav station has the 12V distribution panel, and a 2nd VHF radio. Two large sliding doors connect the spacious cockpit and salon area. Large comfortable, airy and protected cockpit for dining and relaxing has a new teak deck and a large extendable solid teak dining table that can seat up to 12 comfortably. All cockpit cushions recovered in 2011. Two new 96qt coolers with seating cushions double up as extra seating if needed over and above the salon ottoman seats that can be moved into cockpit with ease.There are five en suite interior staterooms and 2 en suite air-conditioned crew cabins up forward in the bows with deck entrances. Forward of the salon are the two master staterooms with king size beds. Port aft and mid side are queen size beds, all with Tempurpedic mattresses. All interior cabins have private en-suite heads with separate enclosed shower stalls, excellent hot and cold water pressure.All the heads are Royal Flush Headhunter fresh water flush. Each cabin has its own AC control, 19’ flat screen TV and DVD. All hatches have ‘Ocean Air’ screens and hatches/portholes have privacy closures replaced 2011. Each of the 4 interior companionways have cupboards with the one forward on port side large enough for grocery pantry. In same companion way there is a large storeroom/workshop under midway cabin. Forward starboard side has large cupboard for wet weather gear, ironing board, games, brooms, mops etc. The two aft companion-way cupboards are smaller but are still good storage units. The boat is extremely well equipped, everything is in excellent condition, she is ready to take you anywhere!!

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

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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 EUR 675,000. For more information, click or contact: classifieds@ multihullsmag.com

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2012 Sunreef 82 Double Deck, Houbara. Houbara has just received a complete technical and exterior refit including, engine and gen servicing, rig and boom removal painting and inspections, bottom painting, propeller service, top side painting now a darker brown color. Hulls are now Awlgripped. The everlasting stylish look of the hull line is the result of Sunreef’s advanced design technologies and ongoing research into new solutions and inspirations. The Sunreef 82 DD has been designed with integrated stepped hull chines to increase interior space without compromising on performance. In the double deck concept there is one spacious owner cabin in the front, and a large, bright salon with an internal helm station enjoying sea views. An innovative element aboard the Sunreef 82 DD is the smart mezzanine floor housing a coffee table within a lounge area located on the starboard side of the main deck within the dining area. Interior design has been customized following the owners’ suggestions, and combines light and natural colors and materials finished in a classic style. The impressive 64 m2 cockpit holds a large dining table for up to 8 guests, sunbathing mats, wicker armchairs, a flower area, and storage for diving equipment. There is additional space for a tender and a jet ski hidden in a purpose-built locker under the main sun pad in the cockpit. The spacious flybridge is fitted with the main helm station, bar with barbecue and icemaker, large dining table and comfortable deckchairs, as well as a coffee table. The Sunreef 82 DD superyacht was built of light high-tech composite materials that the shipyard introduced to construction in 2007. Her launch took place at the end of July 2012. Asking €4,200,000. For more information, click or contact: classifieds@ multihullsmag.com

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