Catamarans

Best Catamarans From Various Multihull Manufacturers

Second-hand is obviously cheaper and is often allows the opportunity to sail aboard a multihull that’s prepared to set off. From 35 to 45 feet, this size seems to be the sweet spot, with some excellent opportunities.  Catamarans, after all, are the fastest-growing segment of the sailboat market — so we felt it was necessary to build a list of our favorite catamaran sailboats. You’ll find a variety of catamaran manufacturers that made the list.

Our Favorite Catamarans Sailboats:

1. Hobie 16

Revealed in Southern California in 1970 from the store of an ingenious surfboard shaper called Hobie Alter, the beach-based Hobie 16, using its trapeze fittings and asymmetrical fiberglass decks did nothing less than revolutionizing multihull sailing. Above 100,000 small catamarans later, the … Read the rest

NAUTITECH OPEN 40 Catamaran Reviews

Nautitech Open 40 Catamaran Review

Nautitech 40

The market for catamarans is rapidly growing and with it the expectations of luxury boaters. In order to survive the fierce competition, each builder needs to know his competitors and make improvements where they make mistakes.

Nautitech Catamarans understands this concept and is consistently gaining attention and praise from multihull cruisers all over the world. The Nautitech 40 is another demonstration of the company’s willingness, please. Just from the outside, the 40 showcases twin steering stations located on each hull’s Sterns and high freeboard bows.… Read the rest

The catamaron Lagoon-39 Catamaran Reviews

Catamaran Review-Lagoon-39

A Catamaran Review from Herb McCormick for the Lagoon-39

An expert in boating gave his Catamaran Review of the Lagoon-39, and his overall perception of the vessel was highly active. Although Herb McCormick is not the only one to feel so strongly about this innovative catamaran, his opinion is precious in the yacht world.

He first found favor in the Lagoon-39 in the winter of 2013. He set sail on the Atlantic from Florida on a day when the wind was blowing at twenty knots. The waves were responding to the wind and were four to six foot high and choppy. The catamaran was easily sailing upwind when he made his way to the bow-pulpit seat to get a better look from down below. What … Read the rest