Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Designer: Simonis Voogd Design
Hull Shape: Catamaran
Beam: 3 ft 10 in
Cruising Speed: 20 mph
Engine Option 1: 1x Yanmar 495 HP
Fresh Water Tanks: (46 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: (96 Gallons)
Number of single berths: 4
Number of heads: 4
Very spacious cockpit area with straight settee aft, containing two storage lockers
Walk through access to the aft platforms, very practical for boarding, diving or swimming.
Wood cockpit combing
Cockpit lighting set in hardtop roof
Two large opening hatches allow for engine room access.
Stainless steel folding swim ladder mounted on the swim platform.
Stainless steel stern rails with hand holds for access on and off the boat.
Staircase to access fly bridge
Stainless steel dinghy davits on transom
Three double cabins: one owner's stateroom in port hull and two guests cabins in starboard hull, each with double berth and en suite head and shower.
The starboard aft cabin double berth is convertible to two single berths, or an office arrangement with settee and desk
Each cabin has an opening port, hanging locker, overhead cabinet, overhead lighting and a separate reading light.
Each forward cabin has a hanging locker with Corian topped shelf and bedside shelf on the cabin wall, overhead lighting and a separate reading light.
Every cabin is air-conditioned and has a 12V two-speed fan
The headliner is neatly finished
AC electrical system is 110V
Yacht operates 12V and 110V.
Panel supplied for 12V system & 110V system.
Shore power cable is 50ft/15M long and permanently wired to the boat.
The yacht is fully air-conditioned with reverse cycle compressors.
9Kw Northern-Lights generator with sound shield
Three house batteries and a dedicated gel cell battery for each engine and generator (total of 6).
40 amp battery charger
Both amperage and DC voltage are shown at the panel.
Stereo/CD player with fly bridge, cockpit and below deck speakers (6 total)
Fan in each cabin and in the saloon and galley
AC breaker panel for hot water heater, outlets and battery charger
AC power outlets supplied in strategic locations.
12V cigar lighter type outlet for various equipment connections.
Freshwater pump warning light.
Alarm on bilge pumps
Saloon and galley area is fully air-conditioned
The interior combines top quality suede style fabrics on seats, beech wood throughout and black Corian finishes on worktops.
Large high gloss beech wood dining table Robertson and Caine logo inlaid in black Corian.
Oval settee seats eight
LCD screen color television with integral DVD player
FM/AM stereo with CD player and speakers
Side opening hatches and dual-speed fans provide ventilation.
The salon table can convert to a double berth
Tall standing12V top freezer refrigerator with black front-opening doors
110V 3-burner ceramic stove
Combined microwave and convection oven
Double stainless steel sinks (one small, one large) with faucet
Ample counter space and cabinet space for dishes and cookware
Twin Yanmar 370HP turbo diesel engines
Electrically operated hatches for engine access with steel steps down to engine room. Ample space around each engine is provided for maintenance and cleaning.
Engine instrumentation includes oil pressure, tachometer, water temperature, hour meter, and amp meter.
Engine sound alarm to indicate low oil pressure and high freshwater temperature.
'Water in fuel' alarm
FloScan fuel flow meter at pilothouse steering station monitors fuel consumption.
Electric oil change system
Engine controls are electronic, providing a more responsive control over the engines than conventional cable systems.
Keyless ignition switch in cockpit
Electronic engine shut-off
Dual station, single lever engine controls mounted at fly bridge and below deck steering station. Steering is hydraulic, power assisted by the port engine.
Fuel capacity is 365gal. /1382L in two aluminum tanks.
Racor 1000 fuel filters on each engine.
90 amp alternators on each engine.
Two four-blade, 22" / 56cm diameter propellers.
Telmet 25 stainless steel propeller shaft, designed for easy removal, with mechanical seal by Manecraft.
ZF Hurth HSW800 "V" gearbox.
The hulls are of advanced composite GRP sandwich construction using high quality materials and incorporating a vacuum bonded foam core, providing high compression and impact resistance. The hulls carry a comprehensive limited osmosis warranty.
All structural bulkheads are bonded and glassed to the hull, using multi layers of woven roving fiberglass, for superb strength and rigidity.
The hulls and deck are all laid up by hand ensuring a high standard of construction.
Construction and all systems meet CE regulations and ABYC standards. A shallow draft of 3' 8" / 1.16m is achieved.
The hulls are painted with environmentally sound, high quality anti-fouling.
The prop shafts are supported by a strut, which also protects the propeller.
Both deck and hull are finished in white gel coat with striping and graphics.
The deck has a molded-in non-skid pattern providing excellent traction.
Spacious sunbathing area forward
Chined hulls reduce spray.
High clearance between the two hulls creates a smoother passage through the water.
Multi-channel VHF radio with LCD display and remote handset at fly bridge steering station.
Color chart plotter with GPS navigation system inside with repeater at fly bridge steering station.
Navigation instruments including depth sounder gauge, speed and distance log at inside steering station, with repeaters at fly bridge steering station.
Autopilot at inside steering station with repeater at fly bridge steering station.
A huge fly bridge with steering station is the centerpiece of this power cat and provides superb views over the water and ample seating for 8.
A low tinted windscreen surrounds the forward area.
Cocktail table with U-shaped settee and sink to aft with black Corian top and mixer tap.
The steering station is situated forward and gives a 360-degree view to the captain.
The helm seat backrest can be adjusted to extend the starboard settee seating, and an additional guest settee is located to port.
Steering console with compass, full electronics, engine instrumentation and control levers
Steering wheel with lacquered mahogany finish
Access is from the cockpit via a stainless steel and fiberglass staircase, with stainless steel handrail.
Bimini with windscreen and side curtains
The fiberglass-molded arch provides support for the bimini, which also houses the deck lighting.
Two stereo speakers with dedicated on/off switch and fader control mounted on the targa arch.
Pilothouse with steering station, navigation instruments and chart table to starboard
Integrated guest seating in suede style fabric and black Corian topped shelf to port and superb views over the water.
Small step up from the saloon to the pilothouse
Large, panoramic windows with windshield wiper
Steering station with helmsman's seat and full electronics, engine instrumentation including FloScan fuel flow meters and engine controls.
Eight stainless steel mooring cleats: two on the bow, two amidships and four on the stern
Two U-bolts for anchoring bridle mounted on the inboard side of each hull
Stainless steel guardrails
The horizontal electric windlass is operated by a hand held remote control and is wired to operate only when engine is running.
A large deck hatch provides access to the windlass and anchor rode.
Stainless steel bow rails
Ground tackle includes primary and secondary anchors with chain and rode.
A set of stainless steel davits is installed.
Aft deck lighting in cockpit roof
Transom guards are permanently installed.
Stainless steel grab rails are strategically placed along the side decks.