Welcome aboard the Seawind 1160 blue water cruising catamaran, one of the world's most awarded cruising and charter catamarans which recently celebrated launching the 100th hull. The Seawind 1160 has won awards including:
Most Innovative Sailboat (Cruising World Magazine 2007)
Best Multihull Cruiser (Cruising World Magazine 2007)
Best Sailboat of the Newport Boat Show, RI - USA (2006)
Best Australian Consumer Product (Endeavour Manufacturing Awards 2007)
Australian Sailboat of the Year (AIMIF 2005)
Nominated for Top Ten Boats of the Year (SAIL Magazine 2007)
The Seawind 1160 creatively blends key concepts of other popular Seawind models to create a design that successfully combines the huge living space and allround visibility of the Seawind 1000, with the sleeping accommodation, luxurious fitout and security of the lockable Saloon featured on the Seawind 1200. Thanks to the innovative TRIFOLDING DOOR system that converts the separate saloon and cockpit separated by a door, into a huge living and entertaining space with the doors folding and stowing away into the targa above.
Please contact Brent Vaughan at 61 2 9810 5014
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Hull Shape: Catamaran
LOA: 11.60 m
Beam: 6.50 m
Maximum Draft: 1.09 m
Dry Weight: 7000 kgs
Cruising mainsail cover with integrated lazy jack system.
Self-tacking headsail. Profurl headsail furler. Curved headsail traveller track with end stops. Control sheet to cockpit.
Anchoring / Mooring
Muir Cougar electric anchor winch with chain & gypsy. Located under locker to give clean deck. Primary anchor is 35 lb CQR type with 50 mtrs x 8mm short link galvanised chain.
Primary anchor is stored in a specially designed anchor roller under the forward beam.
Anchor winch has foot switch at the winch plus a remote up / down control at the helm station.
3 x PVC Inflatable Fenders
4 x Mooring lines (each 15 metres x 14mm).
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.