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The Pacific 3200 catamaran is a uniquely designed boat with unparalleled performance. The twin asymmetrical hulls create a high speed, stable, and efficient ride not found in other boats this size. The patented catamaran design greatly reduces side rolls and pitching from wave action. The planing hulls allow you to cruise at 20 knots, even when the weather turns bad. Reduced drag results in better fuel efficiency, allowing you to go further on a tank of fuel. the interior has all the features needed for extended cruising. All of this, along with the respected SeaSport name and matchless reputation, gives you the finest built, best handling cruising catamaran in it’s class.
'Double Time' is an extremely clean and well cared for vessel. She is well equipped and ready to cruise. If you are looking to explore the Bay & beyond or do the Great Loop in style and comfort be sure and put 'Double Time' on your list of vessels to see. This boat completed the Great Loop from 2013-2015.
Look at the fuel consumption and make this your next vessel!
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Fall of 2012 to present
Outdrives both new in fall of 2014 -
Only 160 hours on starboard drive - 200 hours on port
(Both Volvo KMD44P-B diesel engines have less than 1140 hours on them)
-Starboard out-drive - rebuilt upper gear box & seals
-4 new Props installed
-Rebuilt Starboard Turbocharger installed
-Rebuilt Starboard Compressor installed
-New starboard fuel tank installed
-New head pump
Maintenance and replacements within the past 2-3 years:
-New custom made stainless cockpit canopy frame over entire aft cockpit deck
-New custom Stamoid cover for the deck frame
-New screens to enclose entire cockpit
-New St. Croix Dingy davits on stern platform
-New electrical system including 4 new DEKA house batteries, 2 new Ultrapower start batteries and solar panel controller
-New Maxwell RC8-8 windlass and 50’ galvanized chain
-New solar panels to charge batteries at anchor and to run freezer
-New hydraulic steering cylinder ($950)
-New Garmin GPSMap 541 depth sounder/chartplotter plus installed transducer
-Dell Inspiron Laptop computer navigation system
-New 12 volt freezer
-4 new Rule 2000 bilge pumps, 1 new Rule 360
-New Lexan forward hatch
-New Seaward Model 1100 Water heater
-6 custom window shades
-New Sharp microwave oven
-5 new Rule-A-Matic Float Switches
-New Sony FM/AM, Compact Disk, USB Drive Stereo system
-New Standard Horizon AIS capable VHF
-New Garmin 17X GPS antenna
-New Marine TV antenna with Coby 15” TV
-New Racor 500 Fuel Filter
-Force 10 Propane Stove (never used)
Cruising speed is 17-19 knots. Top speed is 30 knots.
The average speed for completing the great loop was 13 knots with a fuel consumption of 8.46 gallons per hour.
At 23 knots fuel consumption is 10 gallons per hour.
The boat gets up on plane at 9 knots.