Average Cost of Buying & Owning a Catamaran (With 4 Examples)

Turns out that owning a catamaran is pretty affordable. Not cheap, but it can absolutely be done on a budget. In this article, I'll show you what to expect.

Sure, there are plenty of unimaginably expensive catamarans available, but a modest, used open catamaran can be as cheap as $6,000 and an additional $1,000 per year.

A new catamaran costs $144,000 on average at 30 foot, while a used one will cost between $29,000-$134,000 on average. New catamarans cost $751,000 at 50 foot, while a used one ranges from $203,000-$690,000. The average annual cost ranges from $2,805-$10,950.

Of course the price of a catamarans depends on many factors, like the size for example, and your choices determine whether owning one is a rich man's game, or actually a very good holiday investment.

It may come as a surprise that you can get a decent 34-foot catamaran for as little as $25,500 on Craigslist.

This will be a long article because there are so any aspects to cover. I'd like to spend some time exploring the costs of actually buying the boat . Then I want to go into recurring costs , like mooring, maintenance, and insurance.

cost of 65 foot catamaran

Cost of buying a sailboat

If you're also eager to find out what regular sailboats cost on average, I have published a very similar article on that topic. Sailboats are a lot more affordable than catamarans, so if these numbers startle you, you could check out the cost of regular monohulls .

But first, to get a good sense of the ballpark amounts, I'll give some real-life price examples, like:

  • what does it cost if you want to keep your cat in good shape and have a good sailing experience? - aka: most people
  • what does it cost if you ONLY spend the absolute minimum amount to keep her floating?
  • if I want to sail the world on a budget, what's the absolute minimum?
  • if sailing is more of a status thing to you, how much money COULD you spend?

cost of 65 foot catamaran

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Examples of popular catamarans and how much they cost, what does it cost to buy a catamaran, what does it cost to own a catamaran, catamarans are 60% more expensive than monohulls.

boat price class one-time cost monthly cost
Sea Cat 226DC 22' medium $53,615 $793
Kantola Mach II 34' low budget $26,440 $234
Ocean cruiser 35' low budget $85,850 $913
Cruising catamaran 52' expensive $2,326,020 $4,450

There are a lot of great boats out there for a good price and there are also some boats that are so expensive (or so cheap), it's not even fun to look at them.

But one thing's for sure: there are plenty of boats available, and even if you're on a very tight budget, you could absolutely still make it work. Sailing is in and of itself actually not that expensive: wind is free, water is free, boats can be cheap - if you're willing to look around a bit. It's all the little extras that add up quickly.

Listed below are four boats that make great beginner boats. Since more than 80% of all boats that are bought are second-hand, I'll use the prices of used boats I found on Craigslist and Yachtworld.

If you want to know exactly where the numbers come from, don't worry, I'll explain them after the four examples.

cost of 65 foot catamaran

1. Sea Cat 226DC 22' for stressless weekends on the lake

Boat: Sea Cat 226DC 2007 22 foot The one-time costs are $53,615 Your total recurring costs are $9,510 per year, or $793 per month

Let's say you're like me and most other people and just want a nice cat without too much hassle. So you pay people for any important maintenance that's not easy to do yourself. You do the required maintenance and save up for future repairs. You do a little yourself, which saves you a couple of hundred of bucks a year. You also join a (cheap) sailing club to learn how to not trash the boat.You don't want to buy a bad boat, so you pay a fair purchase price.

One-Time Costs

$49,900
at $10/ft $220
at 5% $2,495
$1,000

Recurring Costs

at $30/ft $660
$750
$3,000
$300
$4,000
$800
varies

cost of 65 foot catamaran

2. Extreme Low Budget Kantola Mach II 35'

Boat: Kantola Mach II 1968 35 foot The one-time costs are $26,440 Your total recurring costs are $2,805 per year, or $234 per month

Let's say, for argument's sake, you want to buy the cheapest cat you can, saving as much money as possible on repairs and annual costs. How cheap could you theoretically go without ending up with a trasher?

I think something like this old but sturdy Kantola Mach II will be right for you. It will save you massively on the purchase price. However, beware, you'll have to antifoul the boat next fall, which will cost you (roughly $2,000). It's common with very cheap boats: upcoming maintenance. But if the current owner is fair and discloses it, you may get a good deal.

In this case, you won't join any clubs. You'll simply do the most important maintenance to keep the boat from falling apart, find a nice mooring place in a far-away (cheap) location, and sail along quietly and affordably.

$25,500
at $5/ft $175
at 3% $765
at $10/ft $350
$255
$2,000
$200
varies

cost of 65 foot catamaran

3. Low Budget 35' Cruising Catamaran for traveling the world

Boat: Gemini 105 1996 Cruising Catamaran 35 foot The one-time costs are $85,850 Your total recurring costs are $10,950 per year, or $913 per month

Let's see what it would take to get a good bluewater cat with all the features you'll need to sail across the world on a budget. In this scenario, you buy a fairly priced, not too old cat that is ready to cruise. Something like this Gemini 105 1996 will do.

Not too long, but comfortable enough for extended onboard time, reducing length will greatly reduce cost as well. With boats, you pay per foot, both in maintenance, fuel, and docking costs.

You don't join a sailing club, reserve quite a bit of change for your maintenance fund (since you'll be bluewater sailing), but you don't need to winterize the boat, as you'll simply sail to the Bahamas and stay in the warm waters there. Or at least, that's what I'd do.

Your mooring costs will be somewhat higher, sailing to and from more popular destination, but your overall monthly cost won't exceed your monthly mortgage or rent payments, and you could permanently live onboard without problems.

You'd need an ICC (International Certificate of Competence) to be able to cross all international waters. You can learn how to get your certificate here .

$80,000
at $10/ft $350
at 5% $4,000
$1,500
at $30/ft $1,050
at 1% $800
$8,000
$1,000
$100
varies

cost of 65 foot catamaran

4. Luxury 52' Cruising Catamaran

Boat: Shuttleworth AeroRig 2022 52 foot The one-time costs are $2,326,020 Your total recurring costs are $53,400 per year, or $4,450 per month

So what if you're in it for the fame? Well, don't worry, there are many status symbols to be had and there is plenty of cash to be burned.

In this case, we buy a new cat of 52 foot, which is not overly decadent, but it's a real piece of gear nonetheless. This Shuttleworth AeroRig comes equipped with all the comfort and luxury you'll need for extended cruising in style.

Of course, you'll pay for joining a decent club, since that's where you can show off your rig. We'll also invest something extra into equipment, regardless of the full electronic rig that comes with the boat.

The annual costs will be high due to mooring fees, the club, and pretty hefty winter storage fees that come with a boat this large.

$2,200,000
$1,500
at $10/ft $520
at 5% $110,000
$10,000
$4,000
at $100/ft $5,200
at 1.5% $33,000
$5,000
$100
$600
$8,000
$1,500
varies

Unlike monohull sailboats, the price difference between new and second-hand catamarans isn't as great. Regular used sailboats go at a 65-75% discount, while the discount for an average used catamaran is just 10% .

The price difference becomes more noticeable the larger you go, with second-hand catamarans of over 75 foot going at a 35% discount , but that's as high as it gets.

Size and condition affect price the most

There are a couple of important factors that determine how much money you end up spending.

  • Size - length determines mooring costs, insurance, amount of paint on your hull: literally everything gets more expensive with every foot of length
  • New vs. used - of course, it makes all the difference whether you buy new or used. Typically, the price of a 35-foot used catamaran vs. a comparable new one is 10% lower (ie. $237,714 vs. $261,286).

Price of new catamarans

The price of new catamarans ranges from roughly $1,765 - $54,491 per foot. An average length catamaran costs between $144,000 and $505,000 (30 - 45 foot). Some go for as low as $42,000 to as high as $924,000.

I've looked at the prices of thousands of catamarans (really) on one of the largest yacht marketplaces in the world (- not manually, don't worry: with the help of their search function). This is what I came up with:

Average price new catamaran per foot in USD:

Catamarans get a lot more expensive from 50 foot and up:

  • under 30 ft: $2,835 per ft
  • 30 - 50 ft: $9,767 per ft
  • 50 - 75 ft: $18,055 per ft
  • 75 - 120 ft: $41,737 per ft

Purchasing price new catamarans

Length Range Low Average High Per Foot
15-19 $24,000 $30,000 $37,000 $1,765
20-24 $25,000 $44,000 $63,000 $2,000
25-29 $28,000 $128,000 $227,000 $4,741
30-34 $42,000 $144,000 $245,000 $4,500
35-39 $63,000 $302,000 $541,000 $8,162
40-44 $86,000 $505,000 $924,000 $12,024
45-49 $163,000 $676,000 $1,188,000 $14,383
50-54 $256,000 $751,000 $1,245,000 $14,442
55-59 $296,000 $945,000 $1,594,000 $16,579
60-64 $399,000 $1,174,000 $1,949,000 $18,935
65-69 $451,000 $1,337,000 $2,223,000 $19,955
70-74 $549,000 $1,466,000 $2,383,000 $20,361
75-79 $689,000 $2,533,000 $4,377,000 $32,896
80-99 $1,032,000 $3,404,000 $5,777,000 $37,822
100-120 $1,345,000 $5,994,000 $10,642,000 $54,491

Source: Yachtworld.com , Q2 2022

Price jumps at these boat lengths

As we can see from the data above, the average price per foot drastically increases for new boats at the following lengths: 25 foot, 35 foot, 40 foot, 60 foot, 75 foot, and 100 foot . Buy just under these lengths to get the most boat for you buck.

Price of used catamarans

The price of second-hand catamarans ranges from roughly $756 - $39,909 per foot. An average length catamaran costs between $134,000 to $467,000 (30-45 foot) on the second-hand market. Some go for as low as $29,000 to as high as $848,000.

We did the same for used catamarans, comparing thousands of listings. Here are the complete data:

Average price used catamaran per foot in USD:

On average, second-hand catamarans go at 35% less of the cost of a new boat:

  • under 30 ft: $2,236 per ft
  • 30 - 50 ft: $9,021 per ft
  • 50 - 75 ft: $16,204 per ft
  • 75 - 120 ft: $30,945 per ft

Purchasing price used catamarans

Length Range Low Average High Per Foot
15-19 $9,000 $13,000 $18,000 $765
20-24 $11,000 $33,000 $54,000 $1,500
25-29 $19,000 $120,000 $222,000 $4,444
30-34 $29,000 $134,000 $239,000 $4,188
35-39 $63,000 $294,000 $525,000 $7,946
40-44 $86,000 $467,000 $848,000 $11,119
45-49 $177,000 $603,000 $1,029,000 $12,830
50-54 $203,000 $690,000 $1,178,000 $13,269
55-59 $288,000 $936,000 $1,584,000 $16,421
60-64 $398,000 $1,011,000 $1,623,000 $16,306
65-69 $438,000 $1,108,000 $1,779,000 $16,537
70-74 $507,000 $1,331,000 $2,155,000 $18,486
75-79 $689,000 $1,974,000 $3,260,000 $25,636
80-99 $822,000 $2,456,000 $4,090,000 $27,289
100-120 $1,346,000 $4,390,000 $7,435,000 $39,909

If this is too much for you, you could always rent a boat instead. I recommend chartering. You can get great catamarans at great prices. Check out my charter recommendation here .

As we can see from the data above, the average price per foot drastically increases for second-hand boats at the following lengths: 25 foot, 40 foot, 55 foot, 75 foot, and 100 foot . Buy just under these lengths to get the most boat for you buck.

cost of 65 foot catamaran

To get an average of the price of a used sailboat, I went over to Craigslist. I took the first 10 relevant search results for sailboats under, and over 30 feet.

Of course, the averages here are very speculative, as prices vary from day to day. But it gives a broad range of what to expect.

Over 50 feet, listings become meagre. I believe people tend to not place their 80-ft catamaran on Craigslist, but sell it through a broker instead. So I've kept used yachts over 50 feet out of the picture for now.

This is what I found on Craigslist:

Boat Year Length (ft) Price (USD)
Hobie Wild Cat F-18 2013 18 $9,500
Pro Sports 2860 Pro Cat 2001 30 $104,900
Prokat 2860 Sportfisher 2003 32 $69,999
Kantola Mach II 1968 34 $25,500
Nacro 5.8 1989 19 $6,000
Bennington 2550 RCLC 2014 26 $59,999
Glacier Bay 2240 SX 2004 22 $39,995
Prindle 18-2 1986 18 $4,999
Wavewalk S4 2022 13 $3,500
Fountaine Pajot Tobago 1994 35 $159,000
Gemini 105 1996 35 $80,000
Sea Cat 226DC 2007 22 $49,900
Glacier Bay 2240 Renegade 2006 24 $49,900

Source: Craigslist , Q2 2022

I've calculated the median price, not the average. The median is the price that's most common within the price range. This way the highest and lowest prices don't have as much impact.

The average Craigslist price-per-foot of a used catamaran:

Length Median Price per foot
< 30 ft $24,747 $825
> 30 < 50 ft $80,000 $1,600
> 50 ft $2,900,000 $42,029

cost of 65 foot catamaran

So let's take a quick look at the costs for owning a sailboat.

One-time costs:

  • Registration : costs of registration differ per state, but usually run anywhere from $3 - $10 per foot.
  • Taxes : differs per state and country. Most governments want you to pay property tax and sales tax. Sales tax is usually about 5%. Property tax varies and is more complex, so I'll leave that up to you to figure out.
  • Sailing club initiation fee : $1,500 - $4,000

Recurring costs:

  • Mooring : $20-30 per foot per year (can be much higher for prime locations)
  • Insurance : typically 1.5% of the total value of the boat. So a $100,000 30' cruiser will cost $1,500.
  • Maintenance : a good rule of thumb is 10% of the boat value. Expect to spend anywhere between $1,000 - $5,000 per year for small to mid-sized boats.
  • Fuel : depends on how much you use the boat and the engine, but on average something between $100 - $150.
  • International License : if you want to sail on international waters, you have to get your ICC (International Certificate of Competence. Plan on spending anywhere between 400 to 500 dollars.
  • Safety equipment : plan on spending anywhere between 150 to 600 bucks for lifejackets, first aid kit, and distress signals.
  • Winterize boat : $4,000
  • Sailing club: $800 - $1,500

Maintenance cost

Replace every Part Cost
20 years Engine $5,000
10 years Standing rigging $4,000
5-10 years Running rigging $5,000
5-10 years Sails $2,000 - $5,000
10 years Safety equipment $500
4-6 years Batteries $600
20-30 years Deck hardware $3,000
2 years Bottom paint $1,000

Your average maintenance cost will be roughly $144 dollars per month for boats under 30', or just under $2,000 per year.

Maintainance involves a lot of hidden costs We took an in-depth look at everything . The result is a comprehensive article that lays it all out for new boat owners. Read all about maintenance costs

Gas engines run for about 1,500 hours, diesel engines run for 5,000. After that, you'll need to change them out.

A standard 15HP or 20HP outboard gas engine will cost you about $5,000 - $6,000 and needs replacing every 20 years or so. If you do the work yourself, it's more something like $1,000 - $1,500.

A smaller engine uses less fuel, reducing your total cost You can actually use a pretty small engine for most sailboats. To learn how small (and efficient) you can go, I've written a guide on how to calculate it yourself. Read all about outboard engine size

Replacing the sails and rigging

Most people that own a sailboat will have to replace the sails and rigging at least once in their lifetime. Replacing the mast is uncommon, but if you're unlucky and get demasted, it will need to be fixed. So I've added it to the "be aware this might happen" list - but won't add it to the monthly recurring costs.

If you need to replace the mast and boom, prepare to spend anywhere between $15,000 - $25,000.

I won't go into detail, but I have written a detailed article about the exact cost of new sails . It's a really helpful post if you want to know what to expect.

Good quality cruising sails will need to be replaced every 10 years or so.

The cost of new sails is on average:

  • 26' Bermuda Sloop rig will cost you about $1,000 - $2,500.
  • 34' Bermuda Sloop rig will cost you about $3,000 - $5,000.

The cost of the new rigging is on average:

  • Standing rigging - every 10 years at $4,000
  • Running rigging - every 5-10 years at $5,000

Underside of catamaran hulls

Bottom Paint

Another important cost will be antifouling, or bottom paint. The cost of antifouling is between $20 and $45 per foot . Since a catamaran has two hulls, it will cost roughly twice as much.

  • Cost of antifouling a 40-foot yacht is $1,300
  • Cost of antifouling a 40-foot catamaran is $2,600

Depending on the usage, you may want to antifoul yearly of bi-yearly, making this a pretty substantial expense: $1,300 to $2,600 of additional annual maintenance costs .

Replacing safety equipment

USCG safety regulations require you to replace safety gear regularly.

  • Lifejackets have to be replaced every 10 years.
  • Flares have to be replaced every 42 months. You could consider buying a LED electric distress light instead, which will last you a lifetime.
  • If you carry a life-raft you'll need to replace that every 12 years as well.

Adhering to the minimum safety requirements shouldn't cost you more than $150-$250 every 5 years. However, if you want the good stuff, or need more fire extinguishers, plan on spending more like $600. If you want a life raft, that's another $1,500.

To avoid you have to go cheap on your safety gear, I've put it in the budget for $500.

If you want to know exactly what the USCG safety requirements are, including checklists , definitely check out my article here.

Winterizing your boat

Winterization is an often overlooked cost, but it can be one of the largest expenses each year. If you're like me, and not so lucky to live in Florida, you need to winterize your boat.

Failing to winterize it will increase your maintenance cost over time, as the engine wears out more quickly, and your plumbing and equipment will fall apart. Winter storms and ice can damage the hull and mast as well. It's the best way to protect your boat in wintertime, period.

It consists of two parts:

  • Winterizing - costs $1,000 to $2,000 - This is the preparation for winter storage. You flush the cooling system with anti-freeze, and the boat gets wrapped in a shrink wrap cover.
  • Winter storage - costs $100 per ft on average for catamarans (double the regular fee).

Other maintenance costs

  • Batteries: deep cycle batteries need replacing every 4-6 years at $600
  • Deck hardware: every 20-30 years (bullseyes, tiller, eye straps) at $3,000

Joining a Sailing Club

If you're new to sailing, you might want to consider joining a sailboat club. This might help you to get tips, make friends, and learn in a safe environment. Most clubs also organize races, which are a great way to quickly improve your sailing skills.

But it comes at a cost. Sailing clubs are very expensive.

  • Initiation fees range anywhere between $1,000 - $4,000. But that's not all.
  • Then there's an annual fee of $500 - $1,000 per year. And lot's of additional fees: for dining, lockers, etc.

If you're willing to skip Christmas, go for it.

I've already referred to my guide on the average sailboat cost, which covers the same costs of purchasing and ownership as this article, but for monohulls.

Comparing the two, we can safely conclude that catamarans are way more expensive than monohulls. On every point, you'll pay more per foot for cats, both in the purchase and the upkeep.

On average, catamarans are roughly 60% more expensive than comparable monohulls. But there are exceptions.

To get the exact difference in price between monohulls and catamarans, I've done a in-depth comparison of the data. This gives us a detailed overview of the price difference for different boat lengths, both for new and second-hand boats.

If you want to learn about the price differences, and explore if there's a sweet spot of owning a catamaran for you, I really recommend reading my cost comparison of monohulls vs. catamarans next .

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When you are starting your search for a catamaran, one of the first and most important questions you need to ask yourself in your search for the right catamaran is “What is my budget?” Usually, however, trying to answer this question will only lead to more questions on asking price, costs of dockage, repairs, offseason storage, insurance and any of the other costs that might come with boat ownership. To help put some of these items in perspective, we put together this guide to help you successfully determine a proper budget and to outline some of the costs you will incur after the purchase. However, if there is a consistent in yacht sales, it is in the inconsistency. Each yacht sale is an individual transaction with it’s own set of circumstances and it’s own story, so exact costs will vary in each transaction, however this cost outline attempts to provide you with a tentative guide on what to expect.

Asking Price vs. Sales Price

When of the most common questions we are asked from potential buyers is “How much can I expect the seller to negotiate off of their asking price?”. To the surprise of some buyers, there is no typical percentage that a seller will negotiate off their asking price. In some cases a seller may accept an offer at 50% of their total asking price, in others a seller may not be willing to negotiate off their asking price in the slightest. Now, does this mean that the boat that accepted an offer price at 50% off their asking was a better deal? Not necessarily. It may simply mean that this seller was drastically overpriced from the start and had to negotiate that far off of their asking price. Further, the seller that may not be negotiating off their asking price at all may have the boat at an asking price that is far below market value and is a tremendous value as is.

In the end, asking prices means very little. What is most important is the True Market Value of the given yacht according to market dynamics and the condition of the vessel. Determining the True Market Value of a given yacht can be done by having your broker perform a personal inspection of the yacht and having them compare the yacht to others currently on the market of a similar vintage while also factoring in the sold comparables for that particular make and model in the current market. After having this information, you should successfully be able to determine a True Market Value for the boat and feel confident in making offers.

It is important to understand that these sold figures and comparables are not available to the general public, so it is important to contact your broker to help attain the true market value of your vessel of interest.

Survey and Haul Out

After you have successfully placed a boat under contract, the first thing you will have to arrange payment for is the survey and haul of the boat.

Below is a cost breakdown of costs according to several surveyors we have used in the past in several locations to give you an idea of the general cost of the surveyor in these areas:;

Jonathan Sands Certified Marine Surveyor, Florida +1 (954) 881-5588

  • Boats under 60 feet: $25 / foot
  • Boats over 60 feet: Based on quote

Brian Stetler Certified Marine Surveyor, Florida +1 (561) 312-7544

  • Boats under 42 feet: $22 / foot
  • Boats over 42 feet: $25 / foot
  • (price may increase based on age and complexity of boat)
  • (price may increase based on travel expenses)

Peter Muir Certified Marine Surveyor, Florida +1 (877) 787-8398 Flat rate prices, unless quotes are being used for insurance purposes.

  • Usual rate: $1,500 / day
  • Smaller boat rate: $1,250-$1,350 / day
  • Over 65 feet: $1,650 / day
  • Over 80-90 feet: 2 days; $1500 / day

For insurance and bank surveys:

  • Condition and Value (New Boat): $18 / foot
  • Condition and Value (Old Boat): $20 / foot

Caribbean Marine Surveys Bill Bailey and Benson Baker Virgin Islands +1 (284) 494-2091

  • Local old or new boat under 50 feet: $28 / foot
  • Local old or new boat over 50 feet: $1,600 / day
  • Non-local old or new boat: $1,600 / day + travel

Flying Fish Ventures Bob Goodchild Grenada +1 (473) 407-4388

For insurance purposes:

  • Boats under 40 feet: $560
  • Boats over 40 feet: $14 / foot
  • More complex boats and older boats: Based on quote

Secondly, during the survey, you will need to arrange for a “Survey Short Haul” of the boat. For clarity, a Survey Short Haul is a brief haulout of the boat so that the surveyor is able to inspect the bottom for any damage or water incursion below the waterline. Below is a cost breakdown of several marinas in the United States and Caribbean.

Lauderdale Marine Center Florida +1 (954) 713-0333

  • Up to 21 foot beam: $10 / foot
  • Up to 30 foot beam: $20 / foot
  • These rates are for up to 3 hours.

Broward Marine Florida +1 (954) 927-4119

  • First Hour: $12 / foot
  • Each Additional Hour: $175
  • Maximum Beam of 27 feet

Georgetown Yacht Basin Maryland +1 (410) 648-5112

  • First 30-40 minutes: $10.50 / foot
  • Cost is situational and may vary
  • Price may increase after first 30-40 minutes
  • Maximum Beam of 30 feet

Grenada Marine Grenada +1 (473) 407-2090

  • Rate by foot: $6.50 / foot + “In Sling Charge”
  • Additional “In Sling Charge”: $150 / hour
  • Maximum Beam of 33 feet

Nanny Cay British Virgin Islands +1 (284) 494-2512

  • Rate by foot: $9 / foot
  • With hull wash: $5 / foot additional charge
  • Maximum Beam of 32 feet

Gambol Industries California +1 (562) 901-2470 Sliding scale based on boat length

  • 38 foot boat: $343 – about $9.02 / foot
  • 45 foot boat: $420 – about $9.33 / foot
  • Maximum Beam of 40 feet

Additional Costs of Survey will include: Airfare, Lodging and Food for +/- 2 days

Yearly insurance on the boat will run on average at about 1.5% of the value of the boat. The cost of insuring a catamaran is based on hull value, location, and type of use of the boat. These rates include $1M liability and medical insurance.

Catamarans Insured for Private Use

In the Hurricane Zone (Florida, Bahamas, Caribbean) Annual insurance in this region will generally cost you 1.5%-1.7% of the hull value. Outside the Hurricane Zone (North of Florida) Annual insurance in this region will generally cost you 0.8%-0.9% of the hull value. California and Pacific Islands Annual insurance in this region will generally cost you 2.0% of the hull value. In the Mediterranean Annual insurance in this region will generally cost you 1.0% of the hull value.

Catamarans Insured for Charter Use

Insurance for a Chartering Catamaran will cost up to 2% on average.

Catamarans Insured for Ocean Crossings

Above rates apply, however there is an additional “One Time Crossing Fee” that will cost you $500-$1,000. Pacific Ocean crossings may raise your annual insurance rates. The yearly cost of dockage will be dependent on how often you are indeed at the docks. If you are able to anchor out, there is little to no cost involved. If you will be staying on the docks, the cost can rise dramatically and quickly. A quick suggestion to keep these costs down is to invest in a high quality dinghy that enables you to drop anchor and get into shore comfortably and quickly. A high quality dinghy will pay itself off in no time.

Yearly Service, Repairs and Winterization

The yearly service and repair costs of a catamaran can vary greatly depending on the age and condition of the vessel. This yearly guide only takes into account for yearly maintenance, and not necessarily major upgrades that may need to be made, or major issues that may be revealed during a survey.

The yearly service and repairs for a 2-5 year old boat in average to above average condition will run between $3,000 – $5,000. This cost includes yearly haul out, bottom paint, changing zinc anodes as well as other miscellaneous items that may arise.

Yearly Storage

Dependent on location you are storing the boat, yearly long term storage on the hard could vary greatly. The quotes below are provided by TMC partner, Grenada Marine.

  • 0-120 days US $0.57 per foot/day
  • 121+ days US $0.52 per foot/day

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The C-Cat 65 from Comar is a 65ft catamaran designed for cruising, the first example of which is set to be launched in summer 2025

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Italian yard Comar is adding a 65ft model designed by Enrico Contreas and Luigi Cirillo to its existing range of 37-65ft performance catamarans and 52-100ft monohulls , the new C-Cat 65. Carbon infused hull, deck and bulkheads keep displacement down to 18,500kg, an impressive figure for such a large vessel, while upwind sail area of 232m2 gives an enormous power to weight ratio.

The deck layout takes inspiration from the short-handed racing world and includes raised steering positions each side of the hardtop, where lines for key manoeuvres are led.

There’s also an inside steering position at the front of the saloon.

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Despite its performance potential this is intended as a comfortable, elegant and sophisticated yacht. The bright, modern interior includes a massive retractable window between the saloon and cockpit that’s engineered to leave virtually as little trace of its presence when open as possible.

To minimise wetted surface area the waterline beam of each hull is only 1.75m (5ft 9in). Yet the owner’s hull of three-cabin boats won’t have the feel of being in a narrow tube thanks to a big athwartships bed that has ample space to walk around its foot.

As well as access from the saloon, this cabin also has a dedicated companionway aft, giving easy access to the port side bathing platform.

Payload is 5.5 tonnes, representing 30% of the light displacement, and the first example is scheduled to launch in the summer of 2025.

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Hull length: 19.71m / 65ft 8in Beam: 9.20m / 30ft 2in Draught: 1.63m-3.2m / 5ft 4in-10ft 6in Displacement: 18,500kg / 40,800lb Upwind sail area: 232m2 / 2,500ft2 Price: circa €3.5m Builder: comaryachts.it

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‍ Catamarans are known to cost more than monohulls. But what do new and used catamarans cost, and what can you sell one for?

New cruising catamarans cost between $200,000 and $1,000,000, with an average price of about $500,000. Used cruising catamarans cost between $200,000 and $600,000. Small recreational catamarans, usually under 20 feet in length, cost under $50,000.

In this article, we’ll examine the average cost of new and used cruising catamarans. We’ll also showcase the average prices of small recreational catamarans, such as the famous Hobie Cat. Additionally, we’ll cover the factors that influence new and used catamaran prices and how to get a fair price on your next purchase.

We conducted a careful analysis of the new and used catamaran market and reported our findings in this article.

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‍ Factors that Influence Catamaran Prices

Catamaran prices are influenced by numerous factors, namely size, and type. Large catamarans are, predictably, more expensive than small catamarans. But unlike monohulls, catamaran sizes don’t vary extensively. Prices differ substantially between large and small catamarans, and so do their uses.

This is because there are two main types of catamarans on the market, and they’re vastly different sizes. The large type is the cruising catamaran, which is almost never less than 30 feet in length or more than 50 feet in length. The other type is the recreational or racing catamaran, which has no cabin and rarely exceeds 30 feet in length.

Small Racing Catamaran Cost

Small racing catamarans are a niche market, and their prices are pretty consistent for specific makes and models. These vessels don’t have a cabin, so people don’t usually spend hundreds of thousands for them. They’re fun boats for people who enjoy going fast on the water during weekends and at regattas.

Factors that influence small catamaran prices are usually its condition, size, and make. The most popular racing catamarans, like Hobie Cats, sell for anywhere from $10,000 to $30,000 depending on the size and condition. You can reliably find an open racing catamaran for less than $50,000, and usually around $10,000 to $20,000

New Cruising Catamaran Prices

Here’s where things get pricey. New cruising catamarans are some of the most expensive sailboats you can buy, second only to trimarans and other advanced aluminum and carbon yachts. New cruising catamarans never sell for less than $100,000, and the average price is around $350,000. A new cruising catamaran, depending on the length, can sell for up to $1,000,000.

New monohull sailboats are much less costly. A premium monohull built by a well-known manufacturer sells for between $175,000 and $250,000, with some outliers breaching the $350,000 mark. You can reliably expect a catamaran to cost almost double what a monohull of equal length does. That said, the additional comfort and unmatched speed are well worth the cost.

New Cruising Catamaran Cost Factors

What makes one new catamaran sell for $150,000 while another sells for $350,000? Other than size, there are a few factors that lead to such a dramatic price disparity for two seemingly similar vessels. The brand has something to do with it, but the design is the key element in pricing.

A basic cruising catamaran has few frills and utilizes standard hardware and sailing equipment. A high-end cruising catamaran in the same size and weight category has dramatically different equipment, automation, and even sailing characteristics. A high-end catamaran requires thousands of additional hours to design and develop hull shape, systems, and accommodation and thus costs significantly more.

And speaking of accommodations—the overall level of fit and finish below decks can contribute substantially to the price. High-end catamarans with central HVAC, advanced energy-saving systems, automation, and all the associated equipment add a lot to the initial cost. Additionally, high-end custom interiors require expensive materials and hours of specialized labor.

Basic cruising catamarans can be constructed and sold for little more than the price of a high-end monohull. This is because the accommodations and equipment used aboard are standard, and therefore not too disproportionately priced. Most cruising catamarans fall into this category, as they’re already quite expensive, to begin with without air conditioning, automatic sail controls, and carbon fiber masts.

Used Cruising Catamaran Prices

Used catamarans cost less than brand new models, but they still cost more than many brand new monohulls. The average price of an average-sized 40-something—foot used catamaran is around $250,000. Age doesn’t vary much, as these kinds of catamarans have only been popular since the 1990s.

The lowest price you’ll probably find for a used catamaran is about $100,000. At this price, you can get a smaller old catamaran or a vessel that needs work, like a new mast, new rigging, or hull repairs. This compromise is well worth it to some, who can save upwards of $50,000 by making repairs.

The priciest used catamarans typically top out at $700,000 to $1,000,000. These vessels, which range in size from 45 feet to 55 feet, are the cream of the crop and usually only a couple of years old. For example, a 45-foot 2019 Lagoon 450F with its advanced wave-piercing hull design and luxurious interior sells for around $550,000 to $620,000 used and sells for $635,500 new. As you can see, late-model catamarans suffer from very little depreciation.

Used Cruising Catamaran Cost Factors

The prices of used cruising catamarans vary wildly, as there are many more factors at play. The most significant pricing factor is the age of the boat. Newer and late-model catamarans built by respectable manufacturers cost almost as much as they do now, which is always in the $100,000+ range. This is limiting to many sailors who don’t want to spend a mortgage on a sailboat.

Older used catamarans are much more reasonably priced, and the condition is the primary factor. This includes the condition of the interior, rigging, and hull. Famous catamarans will cost more regardless of their age or condition, as these vessels have a large following due to some mystical characteristics like handling, speed, or seaworthiness.

Reputation plays a big part in the used catamaran world due to its relatively small size. Catamaran people know each other—and they all hang out on the same online forums. These people have an actual and quantifiable influence on used catamaran pricing.

Why are Catamarans So Expensive?

Many sailors wonder why catamarans cost so much more than monohulls. After all, it usually costs more to buy a 15-year-old 40-foot catamaran than a brand new 40-foot monohull. There are a few reasons for this, and it comes down to a combination of construction cost, demand, and ability.

Catamarans offer numerous undeniable handling benefits over monohulls. For one, they’re stable and dramatically increase passenger and crew comfort in rolling seas. They’re safe and easy to handle and very difficult to capsize. Additionally, they have much more usable interior storage and living space and accommodations for many people.

Catamarans have the upper hand with speed, as they aren’t bound by the restrictions of hull speed. Catamarans can sometimes travel at twice the speed of monohulls, which reduces costs and increases your practical cruising range.

Additionally, the cost to design, develop, and build catamarans is much higher than monohulls. Catamarans require careful engineering and strength of materials calculations, as the two hulls must be joined in the middle and also support the mast.

Catamarans use up much more material than monohulls, as they require two separate hulls with living spaces and an enclosed center cockpit area. The materials themselves are often higher quality, along with the additional cost of advanced and automatic winches, navigation systems, and controls throughout the vessel.

Design and materials alone can double or triple production costs for a catamaran, not to mention the expensive man-hours and skilled labor involved in the building process. The benefits catamarans provide to their owners keep prices high on the used market, and their limited production can never keep up with demand.

How to Tell if a Catamaran is Fairly Priced

How do you know if you’re getting a good deal on a catamaran, and what should you sell yours for? Many people consult catamaran dealerships and boat appraisers, which are a good “official” resource for boat pricing. That said, the online catamaran community shouldn’t be overlooked.

The forums are an excellent source of real-world expertise on catamaran pricing. As we mentioned previously, the ‘catamaran guys’ usually congregate online and keep track of the used catamaran market. Their consensus can help you figure out what a fair market price is—and what catamaran buyers are willing to pay. After all, they’re your target market.

Before asking, it’s a good idea to check the market yourself and see what other boats are listed and sold for. This can give you a ballpark idea of what to expect. On many boat trading sites, you can filter for sold listings and see what boats like yours recently sold for.

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How Much Does a Catamaran Cost? (A Comprehensive Guide)

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Are you dreaming of owning a catamaran? Whether you’re an experienced sailor or a novice looking to explore the world from a different perspective, a catamaran can be the perfect vessel for your needs. But before you take the plunge, you’ll have to consider the following: how much does a catamaran cost ? In this comprehensive guide, we’ll provide an overview of the factors that affect catamaran prices, the cost of new and used catamarans, and how to research and shop for the perfect boat for your budget. We’ll also provide tips on financing a catamaran and extra considerations to keep in mind during the purchasing process. Keep reading to learn everything you need to know about catamaran cost s.

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Short Answer

The cost of a catamaran can vary significantly depending on size, type, and quality.

Generally, smaller, more basic catamarans start around $50,000, while larger, more luxurious models can cost up to $2 million or more.

The type of materials used and the level of customization can also greatly affect the price.

Ultimately, the cost will depend on the individual buyers choice and budget.

Factors That Affect Catamaran Prices

When it comes to the cost of a catamaran, there are several factors that can affect the price.

These include the size, materials used, features, and age of the catamaran.

Generally, larger catamarans will cost more than smaller ones, while those made with higher quality materials will also be more expensive.

Additionally, features such as multiple cabins, a kitchen, and a bathroom can also raise the price of a catamaran.

The age of the catamaran can also greatly affect its cost.

For example, a brand-new model may cost more than one that is a few years old.

This is because the newer model will be made with the latest materials and technology, whereas the older model may require more repairs and maintenance.

Finally, the type of catamaran can also make a difference in the cost.

For instance, sailboats tend to be more expensive than motorboats, as they require more maintenance and skill to operate.

Additionally, racing catamarans can cost significantly more than leisure catamarans.

Ultimately, the cost of a catamaran will depend on the individual buyer’s budget and preferences.

The Cost of New Catamarans

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When shopping for a new catamaran, one of the first things to consider is the size of the vessel.

Smaller, basic catamarans can typically range from $50,000 to $100,000, while larger vessels can cost up to $500,000 or more.

The cost of a catamaran will also depend on its materials and features.

For instance, a more luxurious model may come with a higher price tag than a basic model.

Additionally, the type of propulsion system used in the catamaran can also affect the price.

Electric or diesel engines will cost more than outboard motors.

When buying a new catamaran, it is important to understand the differences between the various models available.

For instance, different manufacturers may offer different features and amenities, such as larger cabins, galleys, or extra storage.

Additionally, some catamarans may come equipped with onboard generators, air conditioning , and other luxuries.

All of these will also add to the overall cost of the vessel.

It is also important to factor in the cost of maintenance and repairs when budgeting for a catamaran.

Catamarans can require more maintenance than other types of boats, as they are more complex vessels.

It is important to consider all of these factors when calculating the cost of a catamaran.

Finally, the cost of a catamaran will also depend on the individual buyers budget and preferences.

Some may be willing to invest more in a higher-end model, while others may prefer to go for a more basic option.

Ultimately, the cost of a catamaran will depend on what the buyer is looking for and their budget.

Used Catamarans

For those looking for a more budget-friendly option, used catamarans can often be found for sale at a fraction of the cost of a new one.

While the cost of used catamarans can vary greatly, they are usually much more affordable than new models.

Depending on the condition, size, and features, used catamarans can range anywhere from $20,000 to $300,000 or more.

When purchasing a used catamaran, it is important to pay close attention to the condition of the boat.

Check for signs of wear and tear, including any cracks, dents, or rust.

Additionally, inspect the deck, hull, and interior for any possible damage or leaks.

It is also important to make sure all the necessary safety features, such as life jackets and fire extinguishers, are present and in good condition.

It is also a good idea to take the boat out for a test sail to get a better feel for how it handles in different conditions.

This can help you determine if the boat is in good condition and if it is a good fit for your needs.

Finally, if you have the budget, it is always a good idea to get a professional inspection done by a qualified marine surveyor.

This will ensure that the boat is in good condition and can help you avoid any potential problems in the future.

In summary, used catamarans can be an excellent option for those looking for an affordable way to get into sailing.

With careful research and inspection, it is possible to find a great catamaran at a fraction of the cost of a new one.

Understanding Your Budget

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When it comes to determining your budget for a catamaran, its important to consider not only the cost of the initial purchase, but also the ongoing costs associated with maintaining and operating the vessel.

Consider your overall budget for the entire experience before making a commitment to purchase a boat.

The cost of a new catamaran will depend on its size, materials, and features.

Generally, prices for a small, basic catamaran can start around $50,000, while larger, more luxurious models can cost up to $500,000 or more.

In addition to the purchase price, there are many other costs associated with owning a catamaran.

These include the cost of storage, repairs and maintenance, insurance, fuel, and other miscellaneous expenses.

Its important to factor in these costs when deciding on a budget for your catamaran.

When setting your budget, its also important to consider the purpose of the boat.

Are you looking for a boat to take on long-distance trips? Will you be using it for recreational day trips? Knowing the purpose of the boat will help you determine the size, features, and overall budget for the vessel.

Finally, consider the type of experience youre looking for.

Do you want a fully equipped boat, or would you prefer to purchase a basic model and upgrade it over time? Are you looking for a modern catamaran, or an older model with vintage charm? Your answers to these questions will help you determine the right catamaran for your budget.

At the end of the day, the cost of a catamaran will depend on the individual buyer’s budget and preferences.

With careful planning and research, its possible to find the perfect catamaran for your needs and budget.

Researching and Shopping for a Catamaran

When shopping for a catamaran, it is important to do your research and know the different types of models available in order to determine which one is right for you.

There are a number of factors to consider when choosing a catamaran, such as size, materials, features, and even the brand.

It is also important to understand the difference between new and used catamarans, as well as the cost associated with each.

If you are in the market for a new catamaran, you should start by researching the different types of models that are available.

It is important to understand the differences between monohulls and catamarans, and the pros and cons of each.

You should also consider the size and features of the model that you are interested in, as well as the brand and its reputation.

When shopping for a used catamaran, it is important to know the condition of the vessel.

You should inspect the boat thoroughly and look for any signs of wear and tear or damage.

It is also important to know the history of the boat and the previous owner, as this can provide insight into the condition and quality of the catamaran.

Finally, it is important to compare the cost of a used model with the cost of a new one to ensure you are getting the best value for your money.

In conclusion, there are a number of factors to consider when shopping for a catamaran.

By doing your research and understanding the different types of models, materials, and features available, you can ensure that you are getting the best catamaran for your needs and budget.

Extra Considerations to Keep in Mind

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When it comes to purchasing a catamaran, there are a few extra considerations to keep in mind.

First, the cost of a catamaran will also depend on its intended use.

For example, if the boat is going to be used primarily for racing, it will likely be much more expensive than one used for leisurely cruising.

Additionally, the size of the boat is an important factor to consider since larger catamarans can be more expensive to maintain and operate than smaller ones.

Moreover, the cost of a catamaran can also be affected by its features.

Many catamarans come with amenities such as air conditioning, refrigerators, and other luxury items, which can significantly increase the cost of the boat.

Furthermore, some catamarans may also require specialized equipment and accessories, such as autopilot systems and radar, which can add to the overall cost.

Finally, it is important to factor in the cost of insurance when planning a catamaran purchase.

Insurance policies for boats can be expensive, so it is important to do research and compare rates from different companies before making a decision.

Overall, the cost of a catamaran will depend on a variety of factors, including size, materials, features, and intended use.

Additionally, buyers should keep in mind the cost of insurance and any specialized equipment or accessories when planning a catamaran purchase.

Financing a Catamaran

When shopping for a catamaran, its important to consider all the costs involved, including the cost of financing.

Depending on your budget and credit score, there are several financing options available to help cover the cost of a catamaran.

For those with a good credit score, a bank loan or credit card can be used to finance a catamaran purchase.

Bank loans typically offer the lowest interest rates, but it can take several weeks or even months to receive the funds.

Credit cards tend to have higher interest rates, but they can provide a quick and easy way to pay for a catamaran.

For those with less-than-perfect credit, there are several other financing options available.

Private lenders may be willing to provide financing for a catamaran purchase, although the terms and conditions of these loans may not be as favorable as those offered by a bank or credit card.

Leasing a catamaran is another option for those with tight budgets.

Leasing a catamaran allows you to use the vessel without having to pay the full purchase price up front.

However, its important to keep in mind that you will still have to make regular payments on the lease.

Finally, if youre looking for a more budget-friendly option, you can consider purchasing a used catamaran.

Used catamarans tend to be much less expensive than new ones, and you can often find good deals on used models.

You should, however, take time to inspect the vessel thoroughly before making a purchase.

No matter your budget or credit score, there are financing options available to help cover the cost of a catamaran.

Taking the time to explore all of your options and understanding the terms and conditions of any loan or lease you take out will help ensure you make the best decision for your needs.

Final Thoughts

Overall, the cost of a catamaran will depend on the size, features, and materials you want.

Prices for new catamarans can range from $50,000 to $500,000 or more, while used catamarans can often be found for a fraction of the cost.

Before making a purchase, its important to research and understand your budget, so you can find the right catamaran for you.

Now that you have a better understanding of how much a catamaran costs, youre one step closer to living out your dreams of sailing the open seas.

James Frami

At the age of 15, he and four other friends from his neighborhood constructed their first boat. He has been sailing for almost 30 years and has a wealth of knowledge that he wants to share with others.

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Sleek, intrepid, thirsty for wind & waves, embodying precision and finesse..

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Lagoon 65 Sixty 5 features

With improved ergonomics and maximum comfort.

Sleek, intrepid, thirsty for wind & waves, embodying precision and finesse, the Lagoon 65 Sixty 5  is made to navigate the known and the unknown, to share adventures with your loved ones, and above all, to be at one with your yacht.

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“With its slender hulls, all in sculptural curves, the Sixty 5 displays its belonging to the world of luxury sailing yachts. The secret of its beauty lies in the sensual lines, an alliance of both tradition and modernity, which orchestrate its generous proportions.” – Patrick le Quément – Exterior design

INTERIOR: LUXURY AND COMFORT COME WITH SPACE AND LIGHT

“Aboard the Lagoon Sixty 5, you can look straight through fore to aft and out over the surroundings with commanding 360° views. The main saloon is comfortable and luxurious with open spaces and natural light. The same design concept is applied to cabins, which enjoy good overhead height and excellent natural light and views. The level of finishing repeats the luxury of the saloon while the owner’s cabin picks up and improves concepts from the successful Lagoon 620: a private water access aft like a terrace on the sea. Of course the master cabin is my favourite place on board, where luxury, comfort and style are best combined.” – Massimo Gino – Nauta Design

“The simplest thing is simplicity itself. A beautiful boat is defined by the generosity of its dimensions; her length and width perfectly accommodate quality rigging and powerful sails, which open up voyages and adventures. Everything is there, everything can be seen without required explanation, the Sixty 5 is a beautiful boat that exudes discretion and is a rite of passage. Her design expresses herself naturally, seamlessly integrating expertise and creativity into the finished product.” – Patrick le Quément –  Exterior design

Lagoon 65 Sixty 5 AFT RIG, PERFORMANCE AND EASY MANOEUVRING

“The Sixty 5 is a yacht on a human scale. I’m a sailor at heart, and there was no way the Sixty 5 wasn’t going to be really easy-to-use yacht that you could cruise far and wide under sail in comfort and with seakeeping qualities inherited from her big sister. I dream of going long-term cruising on this boat. Her long legs allow you to eat up the miles, and then you can enjoy her comfort at stopovers.” – Marc Van Peteghem – VPLP design

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Blue Coast 65 Sailing Catamaran

The Blue Coast 65 is a new, modern, fast and luxurious performance sailing catamaran for a smaller crew who want to enjoy worldwide cruising on all oceans.

Description

A dynamic "full-custom" design by our Naval Architect Jean-Jacques Coste, who has been recognized worldwide for his fast sailing performance multihull yachts for many years.

2 half-height helm stations provide sheltered positions. In bad weather, the yacht can be steered from the inside steering position in the saloon.

On the spacious flybridge with generous sunbathing areas and a dining area you can enjoy the sun, the steering positions can also be placed there as an option.

The very spacious main deck offers an enormously large, comfortable living area:

The forward cockpit area is directly connected to the saloon with a watertight door, the perfect place to find peace in port. 

The saloon with a comfortable lounge area and a fully equipped kitchen in a U-shape is a great place to be, with a bar counter in the middle with a retractable TV.

The shaded rear terrace is larger than the saloon and is probably the most popular place to dine, relax, welcome guests and friends. An outdoor kitchen can also be accommodated there.

On the cabin deck, a spacious master suite with bath and shower, a crew or single cabin that can alternatively be set up as an office or walk-in wardrobe, 2 guest cabins and a workshop offer a high level of comfort.

The forward storage compartments provide space for the washing machine, supplies, sails and equipment.

The layout of the flybridge, main and cabin decks can also be customized to suit your requirements.

Available with traditional diesel engines or with the innovative electric hybrid system "Green ECO Power".

Design according to your ideas

The design of the BLUE COAST 65 can be adapted to your ideas as you desire in terms of number and layout of cabins, interior fittings and furnishings.

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Manufacturing your Yacht

Under the constant supervision of Catamaris ®  and Jean-Jacques Coste, your BLUE COAST 65 catamaran will be built in a certified shipyard in Europe with many years of experience in successfully manufacturing of numerous luxury yachts and multihulls.

Technical Specifications

LOA 68ft. - 20.75m
Beam 33ft. - 10.00m
Draft 5-12.4ft. - 1.50-3.80m
Building High-tech composite
Cabins Mastersuite + 2 guest cabins
Total sail area 440m²
Main Engines 2 x 150hp
Max speed under power knots
Optionally “Green ECO Power” Hybrid propulsion
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Layouts of Blue Coast 65

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1 PC52 51' 6 [empty string] 22' 4' 3 jpg [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] no [empty string] Starboard side view of catamaran in water. 3960 [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] 1 [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] 18
2 PC52 51' 6 [empty string] 22' 4' 3 jpg [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] no [empty string] Gray bedding in stateroom with light wood accents. 3849 [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] 2 [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] 18
3 PC52 51' 6 [empty string] 22' 4' 3 jpg [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] no [empty string] Light gray couch with patterned pillows in front of galley. 3848 [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] 3 [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] 18
4 PC52 51' 6 [empty string] 22' 4' 3 jpg [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] no [empty string] White helm chair in front of wood table and gray bench seat. 3844 [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] 4 [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] 18
5 PC52 51' 6 [empty string] 22' 4' 3 jpg [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] yes [empty string] Front view of catamaran cruising with two people on bow. 3056 [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] 5 [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] 18
6 PC52 51' 6 [empty string] 22' 4' 3 jpg [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] no [empty string] View from outside galley at night. 3852 [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] 6 [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] 18
7 PC52 51' 6 [empty string] 22' 4' 3 jpg [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] no [empty string] Wood table with corner booth seat. 3847 [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] 7 [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] 18
8 PC52 51' 6 [empty string] 22' 4' 3 jpg [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] no [empty string] Galley with gray countertops and wood cabinets. 3846 [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] 8 [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] 18
9 PC52 51' 6 [empty string] 22' 4' 3 jpg [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] no [empty string] White sink with silver hardware and glass door to shower. 3850 [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] 9 [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] 18
10 PC52 51' 6 [empty string] 22' 4' 3 jpg [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] no [empty string] Gray bedspread with white blanket draped across. 3851 [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] 10 [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] 18
11 PC52 51' 6 [empty string] 22' 4' 3 jpg [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] no [empty string] Twin beds with gray and white comforters. 3845 [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] 11 [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] 18
12 PC52 51' 6 [empty string] 22' 4' 3 jpg [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] no [empty string] Teak wood and gray couch on aft deck. 3854 [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] 12 [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] 18
13 PC52 51' 6 [empty string] 22' 4' 3 jpg [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] no [empty string] Power catamaran cruising past lighthouse. 449 [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] 13 [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] 18
14 PC52 51' 6 [empty string] 22' 4' 3 jpg [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] no [empty string] Wood table and bench seat leading to galley with bar area. 3857 [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] 14 [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] 18
15 PC52 51' 6 [empty string] 22' 4' 3 jpg [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] no [empty string] Brown countertop with built in sink in galley. 3856 [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] 15 [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] 18
16 PC52 51' 6 [empty string] 22' 4' 3 jpg [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] no [empty string] Black barstools next to countertop in galley. 3855 [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] 16 [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] 18
17 PC52 51' 6 [empty string] 22' 4' 3 jpg [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] no [empty string] Bed with black bottom and cream colored comforter. 3858 [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] 17 [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] 18
18 PC52 51' 6 [empty string] 22' 4' 3 jpg [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] no [empty string] Front view of catamaran cruising in water. 3058 [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] 18 [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] 18
19 PC52 51' 6 [empty string] 22' 4' 3 jpg [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] no [empty string] Dark gray couch leading into galley with bar stools. 1770 [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] 19 [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] 18
20 PC52 51' 6 [empty string] 22' 4' 3 jpg [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] yes [empty string] White sink above countertops next to hanging towel with Horizon logo. 453 [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] 20 [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] 18
21 PC52 51' 6 [empty string] 22' 4' 3 jpg [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] no [empty string] Yellow walled cabin with brown bed. 457 [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] 21 [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] 18
22 PC52 51' 6 [empty string] 22' 4' 3 jpg [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] yes [empty string] Brown and gray tiled backsplash with white sink and vase. 455 [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] 22 [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] 18
23 PC52 51' 6 [empty string] 22' 4' 3 jpg [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] no [empty string] Coral patterned pillows on twin beds in cabin. 459 [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] 23 [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] 18
24 PC52 51' 6 [empty string] 22' 4' 3 jpg [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] no [empty string] Blue accented cabin with white comforter. 1771 [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] 24 [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] 18
25 PC52 51' 6 [empty string] 22' 4' 3 jpg [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] no [empty string] Gold textured comforter on bed in cabin with matching pillows. 1769 [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] 25 [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] 18
26 PC52 51' 6 [empty string] 22' 4' 3 jpg [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] no [empty string] Blue and gray tiled backsplash with sink and silver hardware. 1772 [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] 26 [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] 18
27 PC52 51' 6 [empty string] 22' 4' 3 jpg [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] no [empty string] Aft deck dining set up with sunset in background. 490 [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] 27 [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] 18

PC52

The Horizon PC52 model answers the demand for a high-end power catamaran in the 50-foot range that is capable of true blue-water cruising. The PC52 offers extremely comfortable living spaces, with a functional three-stateroom layout, large galley and spacious salon, as well as all of the necessary amenities for extended cruising. She has been professionally designed and engineered to meet Horizon’s high standards for quality, and the PC52’s generous bridge deck clearance ensures the ride is efficient, smooth and stable, providing you the peace of mind you need when out on the open sea. The PC52 is available in both Open and Enclosed Flybridge versions.

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Specifications

L.O.A 51' 6 15.70 meters
Beam 22' 6.71 meters
Draft 4' 3 1.30 meters
Displacement * 27.4 tons 60,451 lbs
Fuel Tank 800 gallons 3,028 liters
Water Tank 270 gallons 1,022 liters
Engines Twin Cummins QSB 6.7 550HP
Generators 13.5 kW (50Hz) or 17 kW (60Hz)

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10 Affordable Cruising Catamarans

  • By Phil Berman
  • Updated: May 24, 2024

Orana 44

So, you want to get a catamaran , sail off into the sunset, and capture some magic with your lover or family for a few years. You have no ambition to sail around the world or to live aboard forever, but think a one- or two-year sabbatical might be life-changing. You’d like to sail the US East Coast, the Bahamas, the Caribbean, perhaps the Med—or up and down the West Coast and on to Mexico and Central America. You have $300,000 or less to spend and want a catamaran you can sell at the end of the journey without consuming a bottle of Tylenol to blunt the pain. 

The good news is that this is quite achievable. The bad news is that there is a vast wave of baby boomers who are all looking for the same thing—and for right around the same price. This makes finding a good deal on a great used catamaran a lot of work, even working with a broker. But, it’s possible. You just need to keep an open mind.

The other good news, which might seem surprising, is that an older catamaran, besides being more affordable, might sail just as well—or even better—than the same-size new cat that will cost considerably more. Yes, the older model might have less room inside and lack the latest condo-on-the-water styling, but it was designed and built before the current trend to supersize the newer generations of multihulls at the expense of sailing performance.

Here’s my advice to the cat hunter on a budget: Don’t get too hung up on the length of the boat. Instead, focus on the spatial and payload requirements you seek and which can be achieved within your budget. And best not get too focused on must-have features—what I jokingly call “surround-sound beds.” Catamaran designs and interiors have gone through massive changes in the past 10 to 20 years, and most older designs simply cannot compete with the new ones in terms of space and high-end amenities.

None of the cool cats I have in mind are over 47 feet. This is not because there aren’t bargain boats out there that are 47 feet and longer, but because any larger multihull that you can buy for $300,000 or less will most assuredly need a significant refit or is either very old or very odd. Buying a fixer-upper is, to my mind, the most dangerous thing a budget-minded consumer can do. It’s just too easy to underestimate the cost of yacht refits and repairs due to the extremely high prices charged in most boatyards. 

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Nearly any cat you buy over 10 years old is fully depreciated. What we were selling a Lagoon 440 for eight or 10 years ago is nearly the same as what they sell for today. The difference between a good deal and a bad deal is tied solely to a yacht’s condition and refit history. As they joke in private-equity circles, “Any idiot can buy; you deserve congratulations only when you sell.”   

So, when your search gets underway, focus on ­condition—it is far more important than the year, brand or features you might crave. And when you find the cat of your dreams, the best way to remove financial-downside risk is to get a great survey and to choose the newest, smallest cat that will work for your agenda, not the oldest and biggest.

– CHECK THE WEATHER – The weather changes all the time. Always check the forecast and prepare for the worst case. Safety Tip Provided by the U.S. Coast Guard

And a word of caution: Your problem will be knowing a good deal from a bad one after the survey is over if you are not well-schooled in pricing. Besides steering you toward potential boats to consider, this is where a broker, working on your behalf, can provide knowledgeable advice. It’s been my experience that this is the point when so many yacht sales come apart: a dispute over the value of a given yacht when the survey results come in. All too commonly we see buyers reject yachts they should have accepted and purchase cats they should have rejected. Remember, a used yacht is a used yacht—not a perfect yacht. A catamaran need not be perfect to remain a perfectly good deal. Here, then, are 10 cool cats to ­consider in the ­$300,000-or-less range:

1. Fountaine Pajot Orana 44 (above)

Fountaine Pajot had the misfortune of tooling up this boat just before the global financial crisis, so not that many of them were built between 2007 and 2012. But these were the first of the larger-space charter cats in this size, but not yet so porky that they still could not sail decently. In the three-­cabin owner’s version, they designed the living space very nicely; even in the four-cabin version, the aft starboard bed was very well-done. 

During this period, Fountaine Pajot had problems with the resin it was using, which led to blistering on the hulls and undersides. Affected models therefore had new bottoms done at approved shipyards throughout the world. Make sure the one you are considering had this done or that it doesn’t show evidence of significant blistering. Honestly it is only cosmetic, but it will impact resale if not repaired. Many consumers think blisters are the end of the world; frankly, they are not.

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2. Catana 431

Built in France by a long-­standing yard, the Catana 431 was always a very viable vessel because it is big enough to go anywhere, but not too large for a competent owner to handle. And because the 431 has good underwing clearance and daggerboards, it sails smartly to windward. 

That said, there are a few things to watch for. The primary bulkheads on many of these boats were not tabbed on the outer ends, and over time tended to distort. Often this led, or will lead, to a costly replacement of some bulkheads. So be careful to survey these areas properly. 

The 431′s furniture is all foam-cored and handmade, but the banding on the outer edges in some cases slowly starts to peel, which allows moisture to infect the wood veneer. This can create a somewhat unsightly appearance in the cabinets and drawers. It is only a cosmetic issue, but it can make the interior feel a bit worn out. 

During the period when the 431 was being built, Catana used a distributive electrical card system, and the boats had several modules, each a zone, to which electricity was run. If one thing in a zone stops working, the only solution is to jury-rig a wire from that nonworking item back to the main breaker panel. Replacing the modules or getting them repaired can be done, but it is getting harder by the year. For this reason, the best 431 is a boat that someone else had rewired at some point along the way.

470

3. Lagoon 470

If you need a larger escape pod, the Lagoon 470 is one of our favorites. This model of older Lagoons was built at CNB’s yard in Bordeaux, France, and the build quality was high. The 470 was the first design to have the more-vertical windows that are a Lagoon signature, and ample saloon headroom. The 470s are also old enough that the hulls were not so supersize that it compromised sailing performance. They have decent underwing clearance, so they are not persistent pounders to windward. Many were built with a galley-down layout, some in galley-up style. You will always pay more for an owner version of this or any model. 

The big thing you have to concern yourself with on Lagoons of this vintage is that the hulls and decks are made with a balsa core, so it is not uncommon to find moisture problems, especially around deck fittings or hatches. This can sometimes require rebedding or recoring areas, and this sort of repair, in North America, can be a costly undertaking. Make sure you get good moisture-meter readings near all deck fittings and, of course, on the hulls. Hulls, however, tend less often to have moisture issues because there are few fittings through which water can enter the core. Were that to happen below the waterline, it is a real mess that must be repaired immediately and properly.

– CARRY A BEACON – Satellite beacons such as EPIRBs or PLBs allow boaters to transmit distress signals and their exact coordinates from anywhere on the planet, no cell service required. It may be the best $400 you ever spend. Safety Tip Provided by the U.S. Coast Guard

435

4. Privilège 435

Back when the Privilège 435 was built, Privilège catamarans were constructed by Alliaura Marine in France, and they were truly the Mercedes of the multihull world at that time. While not a performance cat by any means, the 435 was a super-solid yacht, built with great care and the finest components. The 435 is large enough to go anywhere but small enough to handle easily. 

The largest negative of this model—and many cats of this vintage—is that the saloon windows slope dramatically, so the interior gets very hot unless the windows are covered most of the time. When they legalize growing pot on catamarans, here’s the perfect greenhouse for it! Seriously, if you should buy a used 435, you really have to get strong sunblocking external UV covers, as well as interior blinds or shades to inhibit heat buildup. 

Some of the 435s were laid out with the galley down in one hull, and these days most people want a galley-up arrangement, where cooking and food preparation are done in the saloon. A three-cabin galley-up owner version will be far more sought after and cost more than a four-cabin galley-down version. 

Leopard

5. Leopard 46

This was the first of the Morrelli & Melvin collaborations with South African builder Robertson and Caine and the charter companies owned at the time by TUI Marine to create a catamaran that could be sold both into charter under the Moorings brand and also privately as a Leopard, so effort was made to design a boat with good sailing performance. Gino Morrelli did a good job creating a lot of underwing clearance, the 46 has a powerful rig, and yet its interior still offers spacious sleeping areas and nice flow from the cockpit to the saloon. These can be bought as ex-Moorings charter boats for less than $300,000 but are more costly in the sought-after Leopard owner version.

Because these are balsa-­cored boats, you must inspect deck fittings carefully for moisture incursion. Some of the earlier ones also experienced structural problems on the aft bulkhead and over-door-frame areas between saloon and cockpit. Also, during this period, the windows in the main saloon had a tendency to leak and, when they did, required rebedding or replacement. This was a costly job, so check this out carefully during survey.

Knysna 440

6. St. Francis 44/Knysna 440

If you wish to spend under $250,000, the older Saint Francis 44 and Knysna 440 are worth a look.

Back in 1990, Duncan Lethbridge started St. Francis Catamarans in South Africa with the St. Francis 43. The boat was meant to be a fast, strong bluewater voyager—and it was. The 43 was made with foam core, keeping the structure light, and it was very strongly built, with a powerful rig. The 43 loved to sail. And so too did the St. Francis 44, an updated version of the original. 

The boat did have a couple of negatives, however, the first being its sloped windows that built up interior heat. And the boat wasn’t a great fit for tall people, having less than 6-foot-2-inch headroom in the hulls. Also, the engines were installed amidships, which made the boat noisy inside under power. It also made the amidships areas of the hulls too narrow to have centrally located heads and showers, which in turn meant the only layout available was a four-­cabin, four-head design. In the forward cabins, the heads and showers had to be far forward; in the aft cabins, the heads and showers were located far aft.

St. Francis sold the tooling for the 44 to Knysna Yachts in 2004, and Knysna raised the headroom in the saloon and moved the engines aft to each stern. The hulls remained fundamentally the same, but the design was improved nicely. 

The largest negative of both the Saint Francis 44 and the Knysna 440 is that they have very low underwing clearance. Things can get pretty noisy when pushing against ­washing-machine seas. 

But you cannot have it all and still pay less than $250,000 in a midsize cat; compromises must be made. And these boats do sail quite smartly compared with many in their size range.

Lagoon 440 catamaran

7. Lagoon 440

This was the most popular catamaran ever made, and it started the catamaran flybridge craze, which helped to convert many powerboaters to sailors. 

What I like about the 440 is that it is an infinitely better sailer than some of its peers, and has decent underwing clearance, vertical windows, and nice cabins for sleeping and living. While the aft cockpit is rather small, the saloon is quite large.

Flybridges are a bit of a love-hate thing. There is no question that in a cat of this size, the windward performance suffers a bit due to the boom positioned so high off the water. When piloting, the skipper is separated from those on the bridgedeck. Part of the reason flybridges are so popular in charter is that most of the parties take place up there while sailing and at anchor. In private ownership, however, it is seldom that everyone is hanging out on the flybridge during a long passage. 

As always with Lagoons, these are balsa-cored boats, so a careful survey is in order. Pay attention also to bulkhead ­tabbing to make sure they have not separated from the hulls.

Because so many of the 440s were built to go into charter, there are a lot of four-cabin, four-head models for resale. These will sell for considerably less on the ­brokerage market than a ­coveted three-cabin, ­private-owner model.

– CHECK THE FIT – Follow these guidelines to make sure your life jacket looks good, stays comfortable and works when you need it. Safety Tip Provided by the U.S. Coast Guard

Leopard 40 catamaran

8. Leopard 40

When you get into the 40-foot size range, a four-cabin layout can become pretty cramped and claustrophobic below, but the three-cabin owner version of the Leopard 40 is a very nice pocket cruiser. A Morrelli & Melvin design, the 40 has good underwing clearance and nicely shaped hulls. Not a large cat, per se, and less-suited for significant distance sailing than others because its payload is limited, the 40 is still well-suited for a couple and a child or two for near-coastal and ­island-hopping action.

Manta catamaran

9. Manta 42

If you are searching for a cat in the $200,000 range, the Manta 42s were well-built in Florida, and their electrical systems were very well-done compared with many other multihulls of that era. While many of the features on the boat are quite dated, these Mantas sail very well, and easily, and have been popular with coastal cruisers for two decades. 

The largest negative of the Mantas is that people taller than 6 feet will find the saloon headroom right on the edge, and the berths are not especially large. Also, forward visibility from the saloon windows is not particularly panoramic, so the interiors are a bit darker inside than current-­generation catamarans.

Lagoon catamaran

10. Lagoon 410

The Lagoon 410 was quite a popular cat in its prime, and for good reason. It offers lots of visibility thanks to its vertical windows, good headroom for a cat of its size, nice berths, and a workable, though smallish, galley-up design. The 410 has decent underwing clearance, can sail nicely over the waves, and its singlehanded operation is super easy. In the three-cabin owner’s configuration, it’s just a very cool little cat.

As always, a balsa-core boat must be surveyed carefully, especially on deck, for moisture incursion near fittings and hatches. It can be costly to repair rotted core and to rebed deck fittings. But find a dry one, and it should definitely be counted as a contender for a buyer with a limited budget. 

Phil Berman is the president of the Multihull Company and the founder of Balance Catamarans. He has managed the sale of more than 900 catamarans.

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How Much Does It Cost To Maintain a Catamaran? Actual Costs!

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Today, many people who want to experience a sailor’s life do so sailing a catamaran. Catamarans can be expensive too but and many save a lifetime to be able to buy one. During my hunt for a catamaran, i have come to learn that buying a boat is the easy part of the budget. Maintaining a cat is a different mathematical challenge!

Maintaining a catamaran will cost around 5-15% of the boat’s value. A $300 000 cat will therefore cost between $15,000 and $30,000 each year. This includes the cost of annual haul-outs, insurance coverage, and yearly boat service and repairs, excluding major upgrades.

Keep reading as we explore the cost of maintaining a catamaran. Bear in mind that not all catamarans are equal, but this guide will give you a general idea of what to expect when owning one. The figures i present in this article comes from boat owners’ actual costs.

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The Cost of Maintaining a Catamaran

Whether it’s a brand new or second-hand catamaran, maintenance is inevitable. From insurance to repairs, you can expect to put aside thousands of dollars on ensuring your boat is well-maintained and securely stored. Let’s discuss each one of them.

Survey and Haul Out

If you’re buying a pre-owned catamaran, you need to get a marine surveyor to inspect the boat in detail. The marine surveyor will check if your catamaran is safe to use in the conditions it is built for or if there’s any problem. Besides safety reasons, you’ll want a marine surveyor to inspect your vessel to help you estimate the cost of the maintenance.

After the inspection, your marine surveyor will inform you what to fix or replace, if any, or what current problems the vessel has. You want to know if the boat’s existing defects are manageable in the long run. If you’re okay with the boat’s current state, you can then determine what you need to do to keep it up and running and in good condition, based on the survey results.

Your boat survey is also essential for insurance purposes. Your insurance company will most likely not insure you if you don’t give them the survey results. That said, don’t skip the marine survey.

Surveying Your Catamaran

The cost of a survey may vary by boat size. Generally, you can pay a survey for about $15 to $28 per foot size. Some surveyors may also charge you by day or hour.

Below is a list of the general cost of hiring a certified marine surveyor in Florida:

SurveyorShorterLonger
$22/foot$25/foot
$25/footQuote
$1,250 and $1,350$1,650/day
$28/foot, $1,600/day

To get insurance and bank surveys, you can expect to pay $18/foot for a new boat or $20/foot for an old one. The surveyor will inspect the condition of your vessel and its value. It is essential to get your survey as accurate as possible for insurance purposes; the better you maintain your boat, the lower your rates are.

Hauling Out Your Catamaran

Once you have found a marine surveyor to inspect your boat, you can haul out your vessel. You will need to get the boat out of the water so that the marine surveyor can check the boat’s bottom for any damage or leak. In the US and Caribbean, many of the marinas charge by:

  • Boat size (foot)
  • Hauling hours

Different boatyards have different hauling requirements and costs. You want to check which boatyards can handle your catamaran.

Finding a marina that can lift your vessel can be a daunting task — you’ll want to get a boatyard that can handle your vessel’s width rather than the weight. Ancient Sailor proverb 😉

For example, if your catamaran has a beam that’s 23 ft (7.01 m) or more, it might be too wide. The standard travel lifts support beams of 22 ft (6.71 m) or less. 

The good news is, there are boatyards in the Caribbean and along the US east coast that support wide beams. If you have a cat with a more than 22 ft (6.71 m) beam, take a look at the list below.

List of boatyards along the US east coast for hauling a catamaran with 23 ft (7.01 m) beam:

  • Hinckley Yachts Services
  • Lyman-Morse Boatbuilding
  • St. Augustine Marine Center
  • Newport Shipyard
  • Georgetown Yacht Basin
  • Harbour Towne Marina

Depending on the size of your vessel, you can expect to pay between $10/foot and $20/foot for hauling out your catamaran. Some marinas charge based on the hour. For example, Lauderdale Marine Center charges $10/foot for a boat with a beam no more than 21 ft (6.41 m) for up to 3 hours only. 

Also, depending on the boat’s complexity, age, and systems, a survey can take a couple of hours to an entire day. Your surveyor will do a sea trial to test specific problems. This process is necessary when a seller intends to sell his boat to you, or when you own one and need to maintain it, or when you want to sell yours someday.

Insurance Costs for a Catamaran 

When you first get your catamaran, you want to get insurance for it. The insurance has to be renewed yearly. Insurance for your boat is vital to protect you when your vessel encounters any problem.

Most vessels can be insured, but the policies can be costly. You want to make sure that you choose the policies that suit you best. Do consider some of these factors when choosing a policy:

  • Age of the vessel and its value
  • Condition (whether it was compliant with the US Coast Guard Standards when it was built)
  • Operation location (rivers, ocean, lakes, etc.)
  • If you are trained to operate a boat

You may find the “All Risk” policy offers the best protection, but the truth is it does not cover all losses. “All Risk” basically means any risk which is not specifically absent in the policy is insured. You will not get coverage for wear and tear or frost, but you can opt for extra coverage that may include medical payments, towing, and more. 

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How Much Your Insurance May Cost You

Your insurance company will charge you based on your boat’s hull value, type, and where it is located. You can expect to spend an average of 1.5% of your vessel’s value for your yearly insurance. 

Your insurance company may also charge you based on the type of use — whether you’re using your boat for private or charter use or ocean crossings. If your cat is in the hurricane zone for personal use, you can expect to pay between 1.5% and 1.7% of your boat’s hull value. Florida, the Bahamas, and the Caribbean are in the hurricane zone. 

However, if your cat will be outside of any of these areas, your insurance company may only charge you:

  • 0.8%–0.9% of the boat’s hull value (North of Florida)
  • 2.0% of the hull value (California and the Pacific Islands)
  • 1.0% of the hull value (in the Mediterranean) 

If you are using your boat for charter use, you can expect to pay an average of 2% of the hull value. You have to take into account a one-time crossing fee of about $500 to $1,000 if you will be crossing oceans. Pacific ocean crossings may increase the amount you have to pay yearly.

Agreed Value vs. Actual Cash Value

You should ask your insurance company which type of insurance they offer: the “agreed value” or “actual cash value.” When you pay for an “agreed value” policy, your insurance will cover you based on the time the insurance policy was made for you. This type of policy may cost more upfront, but it will not decline for your boat’s total loss, or in some cases, only partial losses may be depreciated).

On the other hand, the “actual cash value” policy costs less upfront, but there will be a depreciation of your vessel’s total or partial loss. With this policy, the insurance company will give you the actual cash of your boat’s value when it’s declared a total or partial loss. Your insurance company may likely insist you take this policy the older your cat gets.

Insuring a Boat No More Than 29′

Your best policy will be the “All Risk” policy. This policy covers all types of losses, except losses that are not mentioned in the policy, wear and tear, manufacturer’s defects, animal damage, etc. You want to cover your boat with more or less the same amount you will spend on a new vessel similar to its kind and quality. 

Your policy may cover up to $5,000 in medical payments. There may be no deductible for towing and assistance of up to $1,000. And you may also be covered for uninsured boaters liability of up to $500,000, which means if you hit another boater who doesn’t have insurance, you will be covered. 

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Yearly Dockage, Repairs, Winterization, and Storage

How much you’ll spend on your yearly dockage depends on how regularly you spend time at the docks. The more time you spend at the docks, the higher the cost. That said, you want to spend as much time as possible anchoring out.

Invest in a dinghy that is easy to operate and that you feel comfortable with. A high-quality dinghy can cost you a couple of thousands of dollars. While it may seem expensive now, it’ll help you reduce your boating spending in the future.

Being comfortable with staying at anchor is important if you want to save some money, we spent many nights just outside some extremely expensive marinas and we paid nothing but had almost the same experience!

Every year, you’ll have to service and repair your cat. How much you’ll spend on your boat will depend on its age and current condition. For service and repairs for a vessel no more than 5 years old, you can expect to pay between $3,000 and $5,000, maybe more (5-10% of boat value).

cost of 65 foot catamaran

The maintenance fee we’ve just mentioned only covers yearly haul out, bottom paint, and other common problems that may occur, not significant upgrades. You may spend even more if your survey found major problems that need to be addressed. For reduced expenses on maintenance, it will be helpful to do some of the repairs yourself, only if you know what you’re doing. I definitely recommend investing in knowledge, that is taking a class on boat repairs and maintenance, investing in yourself is always profitable!

How much you will spend on your cat storage will be dependent on where you want to store your boat. Grenada Marine, for example, charges $0.55/ft per day for up to 120 days or $0.50/ft per day for 121+ days storage. Nanny Cay charges $1.30 per square foot per month for general catamaran storage.

If you have major upgrades or issues with your boat, you can expect to pay more than $10,000 on maintenance (boat gear is extremely costly, especially if you’re in the middle of nowhere). Or, maybe you’d want a more efficient propeller, new ventilation fans, or solar power. Unfortunately, a high-quality marine-grade solar panel can cost you a couple of thousand dollars, although some cheaper ones worked fine for us. 

Final Thoughts

Maintenance on a boat can be a bit of a headache, but only if it comes as a surprise (which is exactly what it did for me sailing the Caribbean). I believe the numbers that I have presented to you in this article to be reasonably accurate, and I have checked them with fellow sailors. I want to point out that it is worth budgeting for the unknown. In that way, once something breaks, you got it financially covered!  

To help you reduce your spending, get the best insurance policy. Also, perform preventative maintenance whenever possible to keep your boat in shape always. It’ll also help to get the best deal when buying your cat so that you’ll have more money reserved for future maintenance.

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Catamarans are becoming increasingly popular. They are wonderful vessels with great stability and speed.

Here are ten amazing catamarans you should know about!

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Budget-Friendly (Used) Catamarans for Sale:

I think we all know that your budget can be important when it comes to looking for a vessel.

Below are some great, budget-friendly catamarans.

1. 30′ Iroquois MK-II 1982

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Perfect for sailing in colder waters, this gorgeous Iroquois MK II is a safe, seaworthy ship. It is well-equipped with a full galley with sink, spirit stove, refrigerator and plenty of storage. It has a diesel heater, 200-liter tank for freshwater and two small, inboard Farymann diesel engines which power at 9 hp.

It is also outfitted with a radio, VHF, compass, an autopilot feature, two mainsails, and solar panels. This perfect, affordable catamaran is yours for the taking, and great for first-time journeys!

Price: $34,782.14

2. 39′ Flica 34 1999

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This Flica 34 catamaran is 39 ft long and outfitted with a diesel inboard, Volvo Penta MD 2020D engine. It has a 3 blade propellor and runs at 20 hp. Family-owned, this catamaran has seen and done a lot.

It is perfect for those long, family trips and could use a lot of love and care!

The swim platform is perfect for fun trips out on the water, and the galley is outfitted with two pit stoves, stainless steel sink, top loader fridge, and a portable air conditioner.

This catamaran comes with standard safety features such as a life raft, fire extinguishers, and life vests!

Price: $49,000.00

3. 24′ F24 Corsair 1996

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This superfast catamaran has a full set of sails and an outboard motor. It includes a VHF radio, battery porta-potty and a small kitchenette with a sink. It is able to sleep two and has cabin space for additional guests if needed.

It includes a navigation system outfitted with a compass and a wind indicator in the masthead.

This catamaran is wind propelled through its sails, but its outboard engine allows for gas-fueled transportation at 15hp if needed.

This sleek, simple boat is perfect for your beginning catamaran needs and will assist any adventurer on their first voyage. Hitch it up to your trailer and you’re ready to go!

Price: $19,950.00

4. 33′ Edel Strat Edel Cat 33 1985

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This open sail catamaran was completely refinished in 2015 and is impossible to miss! It is powered by a TOHATSU 18 HP 2 stroke outboard engine. It sleeps four to six people and has two double cabins.

This catamaran is built for comfort. It’s spacious, and the open cockpit will keep you feeling comfortable and at home all day long!

It has two double cabins with slatted bed bases, two single cabins that include plenty of storage space. On the aft platform are a shower and a flexible water tank on the port side.

The saloon cushions are modern and comfortable from 2015 and it even has a Bluetooth speaker! You’ll be sitting pretty on a large sun awning and bask in the light of modern solar panels that help generate power to the navigational lights to the boat!

For those who are interested in beginning in style, this is the one for you!

Price: $41,626.08

Mid-Priced Catamarans for Sale (Used):

If you have a bigger budget, you could be interested in the Catamarans listed below.

5. 31′ Fountaine Pajot Maldives 32 1992

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This 31ft catamaran is a great mid-priced ship for someone interested in getting on the water for a long journey! Built-in 1992, this catamaran has been well-kept and has all the amenities of a small, family ship.

In total there are four cabins including the galley and seating area and does include a head with cockpit shower. It has solar panels totaling at 350W which power navigational lights and other electrical parts of the ship.

There is also an autopilot feature as well as a radio, CD player, GPS, and a depth sounder.

This is definitely a back-to-the-basics mid-range catamaran with all the necessities without all the pomp and circumstance of a more expensive ship.

Price: $55,233.00

6. 30′ Catamaran American 3014 1992

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If you’re looking for an inexpensive but well-built catamaran for your sailing needs, this one is perfect for you! Great for beginners, this smaller model catamaran is great for getting your feet wet as a new captain on the seven seas!

Surprisingly roomy with two private rooms and a large head with separate stall shower, you will find comfort and simplicity in this model. The galley includes a stove/oven and a refrigerator/freezer, sink and plenty of storage room for you to keep your supplies for short journeys!

The head includes a toilet, sink, storage, and great ventilation, as well as a separate shower.

This catamaran is powered by a 10hp Mercury Outboard motor with a 15hp Evinrude updated in 2016. You’ll be dying to get this baby out on the water and sail off into the sunset!

Price: $42,500.00

7. 35′ Prout Snowgoose 1977

This middle-range priced beauty is outfitted with fiberglass engine covers, stainless steel aluminum arch, additional stays, heavy rigging and a storm jib with socked spinnaker.

This catamaran even has solar panels that charge two deep-cycle 12v batteries which run the appliances and all required anchor or navigational lights at night.

Recently, this ship has also been outfitted with a brand new toilet, new countertops, sinks, shower pumps, a new shower, and faucets. No doubt you’ll feel completely at home on this ship!

This Snowgoose is operated primarily by sail, but also comes with Honda 15 4-stroke and one 2012 Yamaha 25 4-stroke engines which are gas-fueled. Fuel consumption on this boat is slightly over ½ gallon per hour and will get you where you need to go!

Price: $64,900.00

Used Catamaran Yachts for Sale:

These used catamaran yachts are both luxurious and more affordable than a brand new catamaran. Their overall construction and timeless feel are great for those with a bigger budget but are still interested in a more simple design.

You’ll never go wrong with a used catamaran yacht, fulfilling your needs for both budget and style!

Most pre-owned catamaran yachts are well taken care of and will impress even the most experienced of sailors. Check them out!

8. 35′ Island Packet 1996

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Built in 1996, this Catamaran yacht comes with Twin 27 HP Yanmar Diesel engines, a Panda generator, and air conditioning. It also comes with a Yamaha 4-stroke outboard motor and stainless steel Davit lift.

It can sleep six people, has two staterooms, both double berth with private head and showers.

This older model has a lot of charm, and even though it may show its age as a 90s model, this amazing catamaran has been updated and carefully tailored to fit the needs of its captain.

It has an amazing, full galley kitchen with a microwave oven, a propane two-burner stove, and refrigerator. This catamaran is made for a luxurious trip around the Florida Keys, and is perfect for anyone looking to purchase their first yacht!

Price: $97,500.00

9. 34′ Gemini 2003

This gorgeous boat is a well-equipped Gemini 105Mc that includes solar panels, davits, stern hammock seat, screecher and track, air conditioning, helm seat, BBQ and more. It sleeps eight people, has a U-shaped dining space with seating for six to eight people and outfitted with a queen berth master stateroom for the lucky captain of this ship.

The engine is a 27 hp Westerbeke diesel with a 55-amp alternator and heat exchanger for hot water. The engine drives a steerable outdrive leg with a large efficient propeller, that lifts out of the water when sailing or at anchor.

There are also two, 18-gallon diesel tanks with a fuel-shut off for those long trips around the coast.

This 34’ Gemini will carry you from place to place in style and with grace, so don’t forget to bring some friends along!

Price: $89,000.00

10. 31′ Corsair 31 Ultimate Cruiser 2002

cost of 65 foot catamaran

This Ultimate Cruiser has a rotating aluminum mast and a performance-oriented sailplan that provides any experienced sailor a guaranteed performance of excellence! The forepeak area houses the head, shower, wet/dry storage and hanging locker.

This Corsair includes a full standing headroom, hot and cold pressurized water system and an optional gas cooker. It has a fuel capacity of six gallons with freshwater at 18 gallons. It included LED interior lighting, a four-speaker stereo system, and a two-burner alcohol stove.

This amazing, gorgeous ship is great for friends, family and experienced captains looking for some fun on the waves!

Brand New Catamarans for Sale:

These catamarans are brand new and ready to go!

Although they may be a little higher-priced, their amenities, gorgeous design, modern architecture and overall luxury will greatly make up for it. You’ll be blown away by these brand new catamarans that are on the market for sale, right now!

11. 38′ Gemini Freestyle 37

cost of 65 foot catamaran

This absolutely gorgeous catamaran is a Gemini Freestyle measuring in at 38 ft. It has two cabins, two heads, and a Yanmar 15 horsepower inboard diesel engine. It has a fuel capacity of 56 gallons and freshwater capacity of 60 gallons. You know that on this ship, you’ll be fully equipped to get where you’re going!

Explore exciting destinations, enjoy dockside restaurants, visit local islands, or just relax and entertain family and friends aboard!

Made from reinforced fiberglass plastic-FRP and designed into that lovely catamaran-style, this ship is absolutely perfect for your next, new catamaran purchase!

Price: $255,630.00

12. 38′ Lagoon 380

cost of 65 foot catamaran

This lovely Lagoon-style catamaran is filled to the brim with accessories and luxuries, you won’t know what to do with them all! With its great, white sails, its beautiful design and modern architecture, this catamaran is perfect for someone who knows exactly what they want!

With three cabins, two heads, a fully stocked galley and LED lighting interior, this ship is reliable, innovative, fast, easy to handle, and comfortable both at sea and at anchor!

You won’t be able to tear yourself away from its beauty, or its amenities! With a 53-gallon fuel tank and 79-gallon fresh water holding, you’ll never leave!

Price: $399,824.00

Extreme High-End Catamarans for Sale:

These are your ideal, luxury catamarans that are meant for long-term sailing and many passengers. If you’ve got the budget for it, you’ll never go wrong with investing in a catamaran for your style of ship.

Perfect for smooth coasting and long trips, these high-end catamarans will not disappoint!

13. 67′ Lagoon 67 2001

cost of 65 foot catamaran

Powered by twin 125hp Yanmar (2016) and equipped with two generators and diving compressor, you’ll never get stranded on this gorgeous ship! This extra ventilated catamaran is practically a mansion on the water! It opens itself up to endless possibilities of sailing, partying and family fun! You’ll never be bored on the Lagoon 67 Catamaran.

The double cabin, large dining saloon with dining table and all the amenities of home make this catamaran ideal for those going for extreme luxury!

It comes with a dishwasher, ice maker, coffee machine, drinks cooler, freezer, a 5-burner gas stove, Two Hisense 195 Biofresh fridges, and a washing machine!

There is no excuse to skip laundry day on this fantastic craft!

In addition, the Lagoon 67 also offers plenty of storage space, queen beds and huge fuel and water tanks to keep you on the water for weeks! It has a Westerbeke 12.0 BTDC 50Hz generator, two Vectren Energy Inverters, eight solar panels and several discharge pumps.

This Lagoon 67 Catamaran truly is one of the Highest-End catamarans out there!

Price: $1,088,075.33

14. 64′ Privilege Series 6 2016

cost of 65 foot catamaran

This absolute luxury of a catamaran yacht is perfect for long voyages on the ocean, accompanied by all the comforts imaginable. This fantastic ship offers four cabins, four heads, 528-gallon tanks for fuel and water and top of the line navigation technology. You’ll basically live on this gorgeous catamaran yacht and never want to leave!

The three guest cabins are very large, and each one has its own en-suite bathroom with a separate shower. The galley is outfitted with a gas cooker with four burners, an electric oven, a built-in microwave, and a stainless steel fridge and freezer.

There is a dishwasher and wine cooler, as well as a washing machine and dryer.

Furthermore, this amazing ship is outfitted with the finest accents of woodwork, microfiber curtains, and seats, as well as large walkways and plenty of space for plenty of guests!

It would be impossible not to have a great time on this luxury catamaran yacht. What are you waiting for?

Price: $2,319,786.00

Final Thoughts:

When you decide to buy a new boat, it’s important to remember what your experience level is, what your needs and wants are, and how you want to engage in the open water.

These amazing boats are both luxurious and practical, allowing for several types of sailing experience. From huge luxury yachts for long-term sailing and huge parties to small practical ships that are great for a quick trip down the coast, these ships are sure to keep everyone happy.

New Versus Used Ctamarains:

Like always, it’s good to take the pros and cons into consideration for both new and used boats.

One of the biggest cons of a new catamaran is that it is incredibly expensive. You may want that brand-new, never been used feel to your boat, but you may also find that nothing fits your budget. Instead, there are a lot of loved and well-cared-for used catamarans out there that will do the job credibly, and are usually refurbished or updated from their original model year.

Many of the boats on our list have updated motors, solar panels that power their generators and updated GPS or autopilot features.

Regardless of how old the boat is, most likely you’ll end up with something carefully remade to fit each captain’s needs and wants!

You also want to make sure that when purchasing a used boat, you carefully inspect it for any issues or flaws. Especially if you are buying a higher-priced used boat , you will possibly want to consider getting it inspected by a marine inspector.

These people are trained to look for any and all issues in the mechanics, hull, and overall integrity of a used boat.

A boat is a very big commitment and you will want to make sure that you are purchasing one that is worth the money spent.

You also want to make sure that you know any immediate problems that may need to be fixed before you make the purchase so you can decide if those repairs are in the budget.

Don’t forget to take your own needs into consideration, and purchase a boat that you believe will not only work well for you but also will be easily customized to your personality and style.

Always consider what you’re looking for in a boat, and what will make you happiest both for your lifestyle, and your budget!

With so many amazing boats to choose from, how can you go wrong?

cost of 65 foot catamaran

Because of their stability, catamarans are good vessels for combating seasickness as well as transportation. From racing to leisure, these ships are perfect for any boating lifestyle.

Here’s an in-depth guide we wrote on how to avoid being seasick and here’s exactly how catamarans stack up against other boat types when it comes to seasickness .

Mono-hull boats can be loud and rough but with a catamaran, you receive a smooth ride. You can stay on the water longer, and go farther. You’ll come back with more energy and fewer bruises. And, along with that comfort, you’ll have the confidence to head out in conditions that keep other boaters at the shore.

Catamarans also have multi-use, not just multihulls! They can be used to ferry people from place to place as well as vehicles and cargo! Finally, a catamaran can be perfect for getting from one island to another.

Catamarans are all-around great boats, and that’s why we know you’re dying to get one!

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  • 119 Inquiries

2009 SUNREEF 102 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Used Model: Sunreef 102 Catamaran for Sale Call Italy

"LITTLE GIANT"

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  • 10 Inquiries

2017 SUNREEF 88 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Used Model: Sunreef 88 DD Catamaran for Sale Turks And Caicos Islands

"MAGIC CAT 83"

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  • 41 Inquiries

1995 MULTIPLAST 82 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Used Model: Magic Cat 82 Catamaran for Sale Sètes France

"HOUBARA"

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  • 179 Inquiries

2012 SUNREEF 82 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Used Model: Sunreef 82 DD Catamaran for Sale Sardinia Italy

"FAT CAT"

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  • 24 Inquiries

1991 CUSTOM US BUILT 80 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Used Model: Morelli/Miller Catamaran for Sale Phillipsburg Saint Martin

"SEACLUSION"

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2020 SUNREEF 80 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Used Model: Sunreef 80 Catamaran for Sale Fort Lauderdale Florida

"SUNREEF 80 POWER ECO YACHT"

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  • 37 Inquiries

2024 SUNREEF 80 ft Type: Power | Condition: New Model: Sunreef 80 Power Eco Catamaran for Sale Factory Poland

"MY CAT"

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  • 6 Inquiries

2016 GUNBOAT 78 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Used Model: Gunboat 78 Catamaran for Sale Badalona Spain

"HTC"

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  • 13 Inquiries

2019 LAGOON 78 ft Type: Power | Condition: Used Model: Lagoon Seventy-8MY Catamaran for Sale Ho Chi Minh City Vietnam

"KINGS RANSOM"

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  • 76 Inquiries

2008 MATRIX YACHTS 76 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Used Model: Silhouette 760 Catamaran for Sale Tortola Virgin Islands (British)

"XENIA"

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  • 43 Inquiries

2010 PRIVILEGE 74 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Used Model: Privilege 745 Catamaran for Sale Fort Lauderdale Florida

"KAILUA"

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2018 SUNREEF 74 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Used Model: Sunreef 74C Catamaran for Sale Mallorca Spain

"SOVEREIGN"

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  • 33 Inquiries

2006 LIDGARD 73 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Used Model: Executive 73 Catamaran for Sale Gloucestar Virginia

"MULAN"

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  • 11 Inquiries

2012 SUNREEF 71 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Used Model: Sunreef 70 Catamaran for Sale Honolulu Hawaii

"OCEAN VIBES"

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  • 7 Inquiries

2020 SUNREEF 70 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Used Model: Sunreef 70 Catamaran for Sale St Thomas Virgin Islands (US)

"ALMA DIVA"

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2022 SUNREEF 70 ft Type: Power | Condition: Used Model: Sunreef 70 PC Catamaran for Sale Cartagena Colombia

"BROCHURE-FOUNTAINE PAJOT ALEGRIA 67"

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  • 108 Inquiries

2024 FOUNTAINE PAJOT 67 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Brochure Model: Alegria 67 Catamaran for Sale France

"ADALIZ"

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2022 BALLOTTA 65 ft Type: Power | Condition: New Model: Kelsall KSP 65 Catamaran for Sale La Punta Peru

"LADY MIRABELLE"

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2024 LAGOON 65 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Used Model: Lagoon Sixty 5 Catamaran for Sale Bordeaux France

"BROCHURE-FOUNTAINE PAJOT POWER 67"

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  • 63 Inquiries

2024 FOUNTAINE PAJOT 65 ft Type: Power | Condition: Brochure Model: Power 67 Catamaran for Sale France

"HONORARY"

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  • 19 Inquiries

2016 LAGOON 62 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Used Model: Lagoon 620 Catamaran for Sale St Thomas Virgin Islands (US)

"ODISEA"

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  • 2 Inquiries

2017 LAGOON 62 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Used Model: Lagoon 620 Catamaran for Sale Martinique

"ZAHORA"

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  • 64 Inquiries

2008 SUNREEF 62 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Used Model: Sunreef 62 Catamaran for Sale Barcelona Spain

"PONO"

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2005 FOUNTAINE PAJOT 60 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Used Model: Eleuthera 60 Catamaran for Sale Port Canaveral Florida

"BROCHURE FOUNTAINE PAJOT SAMANA 59"

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2021 FOUNTAINE PAJOT 59 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Brochure Model: Fountaine Pajot 59 Catamaran for Sale France

"VOYAGE 590"

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  • 23 Inquiries

2024 VOYAGE YACHTS 59 ft Type: Sail | Condition: New Model: Voyage 590 Catamaran for Sale Tortola Virgin Islands (British)

"GRENADIER"

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  • 9 Inquiries

2025 FOUNTAINE PAJOT 59 ft Type: Sail | Condition: New Model: Samana 59 Maestro Catamaran for Sale New In Stock

"DREAM MAYREAU"

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2017 FOUNTAINE PAJOT 58 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Used Model: IPANEMA 58 Catamaran for Sale Saint Martin

"HOKULEI"

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2023 GRANOCEAN 57 ft Type: Power | Condition: Used Model: 57 Catamaran for Sale Hallandale Beach Florida

"RECIPE"

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  • 30 Inquiries

2011 LAGOON 56 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Used Model: Lagoon 560 Catamaran for Sale Antigua and Barbuda

"NO NAME-LAGOON 560"

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2017 LAGOON 56 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Used Model: Lagoon 560 S2 Catamaran for Sale Fort Lauderdale Florida

"SUMMERTIME"

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  • 27 Inquiries

2012 LAGOON 56 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Used Model: Lagoon 560 Catamaran for Sale Fort Lauderdale Florida Used Inventory

"LIBERTE"

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2011 LAGOON 56 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Used Model: Lagoon 560 Catamaran for Sale Panama

"VALERIE"

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  • 20 Inquiries

2019 DIX HARVEY 55 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Used Model: DH 550 Catamaran for Sale Seychelles

"VANDAL"

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2014 GUNBOAT 55 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Used Model: Gunboat 55 Catamaran for Sale Fort Lauderdale Florida

"BROCHURE-NAUTITECH 542"

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  • 25 Inquiries

2024 NAUTITECH 54 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Brochure Model: Nautitech 542 Catamaran for Sale Rochefort France

"BROCHURE-NAUTITECH 541"

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2024 NAUTITECH 54 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Brochure Model: Nautitech 54 Catamaran for Sale Rochefort France

"BALI 5.4 OPEN SPACE BOAT AS A BUSINESS PROGRAM"

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2024 BALI 54 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Brochure Model: Bali 5.4 Catamaran for Sale

"AD ASTRA"

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2020 BALI 54 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Used Model: Bali 5.4 Catamaran for Sale Virgin Islands (US)

"GALAXSEA"

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  • 3 Inquiries

2019 BALI 54 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Used Model: Bali 5.4 Catamaran for Sale St Thomas Virgin Islands (US)

"ZURI 3"

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  • 5 Inquiries

2020 BALI 54 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Used Model: Bali 5.4 Catamaran for Sale Nassau Bahamas

"GRENADA"

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2021 BALI 54 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Used Model: Bali 5.4 Catamaran for Sale Tortola Virgin Islands (British)

"INSTA GATOR"

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  • 15 Inquiries

2017 ROYAL CAPE CATAMARANS 53 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Used Model: Majestic 53 Catamaran for Sale Port Charlotte Florida

"OCEAN DANCER"

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2019 LAGOON 52 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Used Model: Lagoon 52 F Catamaran for Sale Tortola British Virgin Islands Used Inventory

"NAUTI BY NATURE II"

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  • 14 Inquiries

2017 LAGOON 52 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Used Model: Lagoon 52 Catamaran for Sale Tortola British Virgin Islands Used Inventory

"AURA 51"

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2024 FOUNTAINE PAJOT 51 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Used Model: FP AURA 51 Catamaran for Sale France

"FELIX"

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2015 LEOPARD 51 ft Type: Power | Condition: Used Model: Leopard 51PC Catamaran for Sale Fort Lauderdale Florida

"MITHRIL"

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2022 CATANA 51 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Used Model: Ocean Class 50 Catamaran for Sale Edgewater Maryland

"BROCHURE-FOUNTAINE PAJOT NEW 51"

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2024 FOUNTAINE PAJOT 51 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Brochure Model: NEW 51 Catamaran for Sale France

"SHARED ADVENTURE II"

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2014 LEOPARD 51 ft Type: Power | Condition: Used Model: Leopard 51PC Catamaran for Sale Fort Lauderdale Florida

"EXTRA NAUTI"

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  • 26 Inquiries

2019 LAGOON 50 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Used Model: Lagoon 50 Catamaran for Sale Tortola British Virgin Islands

"KEY FINDER"

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  • 36 Inquiries

2007 LAGOON 50 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Used Model: Lagoon 500 Catamaran for Sale Key West Florida

"NIKKIS DREAM"

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  • 18 Inquiries

2023 SUNREEF 50 ft Type: Sail | Condition: New Model: Sunreef 50 Catamaran for Sale Motril Spain

"ALEXA"

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2008 CATANA 50 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Used Model: Catana 50 Catamaran for Sale Calivigny Grenada

"GODS GRACE"

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2010 VOYAGE YACHTS 50 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Used Model: Voyage 500 Catamaran for Sale Saint Petersburg Florida

"DORIS"

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  • 17 Inquiries

2007 LAGOON 50 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Used Model: Lagoon 500 Catamaran for Sale Belize City Belize

"MEANWHILE"

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2010 LAGOON 50 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Used Model: Lagoon 500 Catamaran for Sale Portsmouth Virginia

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2018 ENDEAVOUR 50 ft Type: Power | Condition: Used Model: Pilothouse Trawler Catamaran for Sale Key West Florida

"TROPICAL BLUE"

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  • 29 Inquiries

2011 LAGOON 50 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Used Model: Lagoon 500 Catamaran for Sale Tortola British Indian Ocean Territory

"SOL MATES"

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2018 FOUNTAINE PAJOT 50 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Used Model: Saba 50 Catamaran for Sale St Thomas Virgin Islands (US)

"SOURCE OF WANDER"

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2021 FOUNTAINE PAJOT 50 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Used Model: Saba 50 Catamaran for Sale St George's Grenada

"BROCHURE-FOUNTAINE PAJOT SABA 50"

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  • 324 Inquiries

2024 FOUNTAINE PAJOT 50 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Brochure Model: Saba 50 Catamaran for Sale France

"STELLA MARIS"

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  • 55 Inquiries

2016 LEN JENKINS 49 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Used Model: Custom Catamaran for Sale Fort Lauderdale Florida

"4 LIFE"

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2016 FOUNTAINE PAJOT 49 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Used Model: Saba 50 Catamaran for Sale Panama

"KARUNA"

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  • 4 Inquiries

2007 BENETEAU 49 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Used Model: Beneteau 49 Monohull for Sale Bahamas

"HOTEL CALIFORNIA"

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2007 FOUNTAINE PAJOT 48 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Used Model: Salina 48 Catamaran for Sale Deltaville Virginia

"VIENTO AZUL"

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  • 12 Inquiries

2016 VOYAGE YACHTS 48 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Used Model: Voyage 480 Catamaran for Sale Abaco Bahamas

"BALI 4.8 OPEN SPACE BOAT AS A BUSINESS PROGRAM"

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2024 BALI 48 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Brochure Model: Bali 4.8 Catamaran for Sale New Inventory On Order

"CHOICES"

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2021 BALI 48 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Used Model: Bali 4.8 Catamaran for Sale Edgewater Maryland

"BELLE VIE"

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2021 BALI 48 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Used Model: Bali 4.8 Catamaran for Sale Scrub Island Virgin Islands (British)

"SUNBELIEVABLE"

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  • 34 Inquiries

2008 FOUNTAINE PAJOT 47 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Used Model: Salina 48 Catamaran for Sale Marathon Florida

"BROCHURE-FOUNTAINE PAJOT SAONA 47"

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2024 FOUNTAINE PAJOT 47 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Brochure Model: Saona 47 Catamaran for Sale France

"BROCHURE-NAUTITECH 47 POWER"

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2024 NAUTITECH 47 ft Type: Power | Condition: Brochure Model: Nautitech 47 Catamaran for Sale Rochefort France

"SWISH"

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  • 90 Inquiries

1995 VOYAGE YACHTS 47 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Used Model: Mayotte 47 Catamaran for Sale George Town Bahamas

"BLUE VIBES"

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  • 8 Inquiries

2024 FOUNTAINE PAJOT 47 ft Type: Sail | Condition: New Model: Tanna 47 Catamaran for Sale Tortola British Virgin Islands New In Stock

"ALTHEA"

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2000 LEOPARD 47 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Used Model: Leopard 45 Catamaran for Sale Christobal Panama

"ABILITY"

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2018 NAUTITECH 46 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Used Model: Nautitech 46 Fly Catamaran for Sale Annapolis Maryland

"ASTRID"

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2024 LAGOON 46 ft Type: Sail | Condition: New Model: Lagoon 46 Catamaran for Sale Les Sables d'Olonne France

"LAGOON 46"

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"AS YOU WISH"

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2020 LAGOON 46 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Used Model: Lagoon 46 Catamaran for Sale Nanny Cay Virgin Islands (British)

"MARCH DRAGON"

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2021 LAGOON 46 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Used Model: Lagoon 46 Catamaran for Sale Nassau Bahamas

"TITAN 46"

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2011 LEOPARD 46 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Used Model: Leopard 46 Catamaran for Sale League City Texas

"BROCHURE-NAUTITECH 46 OPEN"

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  • 66 Inquiries

2024 NAUTITECH 46 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Brochure Model: Nautitech 46 Open Catamaran for Sale Rochefort France

"BROCHURE-NAUTITECH 46 FLY"

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2024 NAUTITECH 46 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Brochure Model: Nautitech 46 Fly Catamaran for Sale Rochefort France

"BALI 4.6 OPEN SPACE BOAT AS A BUSINESS PROGRAM"

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2024 BALI 46 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Brochure Model: Bali 4.6 Catamaran for Sale

"HOMEPORT 4"

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2009 LEOPARD 46 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Used Model: Leopard 46 Catamaran for Sale Edgewater Maryland

"ZANY"

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2018 NAUTITECH 46 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Used Model: Nautitech 46 Open Catamaran for Sale Owen Sound Canada

"PAPILLON"

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2017 DUFOUR 46 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Used Model: Dufour 46 Monohull for Sale Annapolis Maryland

"BROCHURE-FOUNTAINE PAJOT ELBA 45"

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  • 146 Inquiries

2021 FOUNTAINE PAJOT 45 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Brochure Model: Elba 45 Catamaran for Sale France

"OCEAN FELINE"

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2019 LAGOON 45 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Used Model: Lagoon 450 F Catamaran for Sale Tortola British Virgin Islands Used Inventory

"SMOOTH SAILOR"

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2019 LAGOON 45 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Used Model: Lagoon 450F Catamaran for Sale Tortola British Virgin Islands Used Inventory

"DRIFTER"

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2023 LAGOON 45 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Used Model: Lagoon 46 Catamaran for Sale Marsh Harbour Bahamas

"RATTLESNAKE"

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2009 PROUT 45 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Used Model: Prout 45 Catamaran for Sale Lake Worth Florida

"BROCHURE-FOUNTAINE PAJOT MY6"

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2024 FOUNTAINE PAJOT 45 ft Type: Power | Condition: Brochure Model: MY6 Catamaran for Sale France

"GIORGIASIN"

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2017 BALI 45 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Used Model: Bali 4.5 Catamaran for Sale Placencia Belize

"FREYA"

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2017 LAGOON 45 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Used Model: Lagoon 450 S Under Offer Fort Lauderdale Florida

"PANDION"

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  • 16 Inquiries

2009 LAGOON 44 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Used Model: Lagoon 440 Under Contract Jekyll Island Georgia

"LEELOU"

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2019 FOUNTAINE PAJOT 44 ft Type: Power | Condition: Used Model: FP-44 Catamaran for Sale Fort Lauderdale Florida

"NAUTITECH OPEN 44"

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2023 NAUTITECH 44 ft Type: Sail | Condition: New Model: Nautitech Open 44 Catamaran for Sale Factory France New Inventory On Order

"NO NAME -AQUILA 44"

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2022 AQUILA 44 ft Type: Power | Condition: New Model: Aquila 44 Catamaran for Sale Ho Chi Minh City Vietnam

"WASABI"

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2018 AQUILA 44 ft Type: Power | Condition: Used Model: Aquila 44 Catamaran for Sale Fort Lauderdale Florida

"POINT CLEAR"

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2023 BALI 44 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Used Model: Bali 4.4 Catamaran for Sale Bahamas

"EMILY JANE"

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2006 LAGOON 44 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Used Model: Lagoon 440 Catamaran for Sale Brunswick Georgia

"SAMANTHA JANE"

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2004 LAGOON 43 ft Type: Power | Condition: Used Model: Lagoon 43 Power Catamaran for Sale Orange Beach Alabama

"ISLAND HOPP'R"

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2017 LAGOON 42 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Used Model: Lagoon 42 Catamaran for Sale Cape Canaveral Florida

"NEVIN"

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2024 LAGOON 42 ft Type: Sail | Condition: New Model: Lagoon 42 Catamaran for Sale Les Sables d'Olonne France

"LAGOON 42"

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"ORION"

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2019 LAGOON 42 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Used Model: Lagoon 42 Catamaran for Sale Road Town, Tortola Virgin Islands (British)

"SEABEAR OWNERS VERSION"

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2009 LAGOON 42 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Used Model: Lagoon 420 Catamaran for Sale Edgewater Maryland

"JELLIBLU"

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2019 LAGOON 42 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Used Model: Lagoon 42 Catamaran for Sale Nanny Cay Virgin Islands (British)

"BROCHURE-FOUNTAINE PAJOT MY5"

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2024 FOUNTAINE PAJOT 42 ft Type: Power | Condition: Brochure Model: MY5 Catamaran for Sale France

"BROCHURE-FOUNTAINE PAJOT ASTREA 42"

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  • 86 Inquiries

2024 FOUNTAINE PAJOT 42 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Brochure Model: Astrea 42 Catamaran for Sale France

"BALI 4.4 OPEN SPACE BOAT AS A BUSINESS PROGRAM"

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2024 BALI 42 ft Type: Power | Condition: Brochure Model: Bali 4.4 Catamaran for Sale

"BALI 4.2 BOAT AS A BUSINESS PROGRAM"

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2024 BALI 42 ft Type: Power | Condition: Brochure Model: Bali 4.2 Catamaran for Sale

"ADVENTEURE II"

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2023 BALI 42 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Used Model: Bali 4.2 Catamaran for Sale Norfolk Virginia

"AKANI"

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2022 BALI 42 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Used Model: Bali 4.2 Catamaran for Sale Hollywood Florida

"HOKULE'A"

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LAGOON 42 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Used Model: Lagoon 42 Under Contract Annapolis Maryland

"DA MMAD CAT"

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2018 LAGOON 42 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Used Model: Lagoon 42 Acceptance of Vessel Hollywood Florida

"SAILAWAY"

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2020 FOUNTAINE PAJOT 42 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Used Model: Astrea 42 Acceptance of Vessel St George's Grenada

"BRAVO III"

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2023 FOUNTAINE PAJOT 40 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Used Model: ISLA 40 Conditional Acceptance of Vessel Fort Lauderdale Florida

"CHARTER GUARANTEE PROGRAM"

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  • 78 Inquiries

2021 FOUNTAINE PAJOT 40 ft Type: Sail | Condition: New Model: ISLA 40 MAESTRO Catamaran for Sale New Inventory On Order

"BROCHURE FOUNTAINE PAJOT ISLA 40"

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2021 FOUNTAINE PAJOT 40 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Brochure Model: ISLA 40 Catamaran for Sale Factory France

"GALAXY"

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2012 LAGOON 40 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Used Model: Lagoon 400 Catamaran for Sale Kemah Texas

"BODHI QUEST"

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2023 FOUNTAINE PAJOT 40 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Used Model: ISLA 40 Catamaran for Sale Hodges Creek Virgin Islands (British)

"CLARITY"

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2019 FOUNTAINE PAJOT 40 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Used Model: FP-Lucia 40 Catamaran for Sale Fort Lauderdale Florida

"MONARCH"

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2021 FOUNTAINE PAJOT 40 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Used Model: ISLA 40 Catamaran for Sale Kemah Texas

"AIKI"

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1987 CONDOR 40 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Used Model: Condor 40 Catamaran for Sale Fort Pierce Florida

"BROCHURE-FOUNTAINE PAJOT LUCIA 40"

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  • 32 Inquiries

2024 FOUNTAINE PAJOT 40 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Brochure Model: LUCIA 40 Catamaran for Sale France

"BROCHURE-NAUTITECH 40 OPEN"

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  • 227 Inquiries

2024 NAUTITECH 40 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Brochure Model: Nautitech 40 Open Catamaran for Sale Rochefort France

"BALI CATSPACE 40 BOAT AS A BUSINESS PROGRAM"

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2024 BALI 40 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Brochure Model: Bali 4.0 Catamaran for Sale

"SAMMY KAYE"

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1996 MANTA 40 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Used Model: Manta 40 Catamaran for Sale League City Texas

"HAPPY OURS"

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2010 LAGOON 40 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Used Model: Lagoon 400 Catamaran for Sale Jacksonville Florida

"ISLAND GIRL"

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2016 LEOPARD 40 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Used Model: Leopard 40 Catamaran for Sale Clear Lake Shores Texas

"HULL 004"

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  • 234 Inquiries

2019 GEMINI 39 ft Type: Power | Condition: Used Model: Freestyle 399 Power Catamaran for Sale Edgewater Maryland

"MORRIGAN"

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2014 LAGOON 39 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Used Model: Lagoon 39 Catamaran for Sale Annapolis Maryland

"HAPPY PLACE"

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  • 39 Inquiries

2011 LEOPARD 39 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Used Model: Leopard 39 Catamaran for Sale St George's Grenada

"TIDES AN TIMES"

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  • 21 Inquiries

2007 LAGOON 38 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Used Model: Lagoon 380 Catamaran for Sale Cruising Bahamas -Florida Bahamas

"PAPILLON BLEU"

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2004 LAGOON 38 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Used Model: Lagoon 380 Catamaran for Sale Vero Beach Florida

"WILDCAT"

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2001 LAGOON 38 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Used Model: Lagoon 380 Catamaran for Sale Hampton Virginia

"BLUE MOON OF AMBLE"

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2004 LAGOON 38 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Used Model: Lagoon 380 Catamaran for Sale St. George's Grenada

"SAPPHIRE SEAS"

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2009 LAGOON 38 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Used Model: Lagoon 380 Catamaran for Sale Fernandina Beach Florida

"PEGASUS"

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2013 DUFOUR 38 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Used Model: Dufour 38 Monohull for Sale Edgewater Maryland

"VASCO"

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  • 22 Inquiries

2016 GEMINI 37 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Used Model: Freestyle 37 Catamaran for Sale Newport Rhode Island

"REBEL GLIDER"

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2024 AVENTURA 37 ft Type: Sail | Condition: New Model: Aventura 37 Catamaran for Sale Tunisia

"BROCHURE-FOUNTAINE PAJOT MY4.S"

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2024 FOUNTAINE PAJOT 37 ft Type: Power | Condition: Brochure Model: MY4.S Catamaran for Sale France

"BROCHURE-GEMINI FREESTYLE 37"

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  • 252 Inquiries

2024 GEMINI 37 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Brochure Model: Freestyle 37 Catamaran for Sale Largo Florida

"SAIL LA VIE"

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2007 FOUNTAINE PAJOT 36 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Used Model: Mahe 36 Catamaran for Sale Fort Pierce Florida

"FREEDOM"

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1988 ALBIN BOATS 36 ft Type: Power | Condition: Used Model: Double Cabin Trawler 36 Monohull for Sale Edgewater Maryland

"NO NAME-AQUILA 36 CRUISER"

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2019 AQUILA 36 ft Type: Power | Condition: Used Model: Aquila 36 Cruiser Center Console Ho Chi Minh City Vietnam

"RED BARON"

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2010 WELLCRAFT 35 ft Type: Power | Condition: Used Model: Scarab Tournament 35 Acceptance of Vessel Edgewater Maryland

"BEAM REACH"

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1965 HINCKLEY YACHTS 35 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Used Model: Pilot Yawl 35 Monohull for Sale Annapolis Maryland

"WATERLILLY"

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1997 FLORIDA BAY COASTER 35 ft Type: Power | Condition: Used Model: Custom Monohull for Sale Tracys Landing Maryland

"OCTEMBER SECOND"

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2016 GEMINI 35 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Used Model: Legacy 35 Catamaran for Sale Pompano Beach Florida

"NEPTUNE"

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2015 GEMINI 35 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Used Model: Gemini Legacy 35 Catamaran for Sale St Thomas Virgin Islands (US)

"TOUCAN FLY"

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  • 69 Inquiries

2001 GEMINI 35 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Used Model: Gemini 105Mc Catamaran for Sale Clear Lake Shores Texas

"SERENITY"

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  • 638 Inquiries

2005 GEMINI 34 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Used Model: Gemini 105Mc Catamaran for Sale Indiantown Florida

"TIGER LILY"

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  • 254 Inquiries

2000 GEMINI 34 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Used Model: Gemini 105M Under Offer Long Beach California

"STAMAS AVENTURA 33"

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2022 STAMAS 33 ft Type: Power | Condition: Used Model: 33T Aventura Center Console Edgewater Maryland

"STAMAS 33"

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2022 STAMAS 33 ft Type: Power | Condition: Used Model: STAMAS 33 AVENTURA Center Console Edgewater Maryland

"LIL NONIE III"

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2003 BENETEAU 33 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Used Model: Beneteau 331 Monohull for Sale North Beach Maryland

"SHALL WE DANCE"

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2019 BENETEAU 31 ft Type: Power | Condition: Used Model: Swift 30 Monohull for Sale Edgewater Maryland

"STAMAS 31T"

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2022 STAMAS 31 ft Type: Power | Condition: Used Model: 31T Center Console Annapolis Maryland

"CENTURY 2900CC"

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2023 CENTURY 29 ft Type: Power | Condition: Used Model: Century 2900CC Center Console Edgewater Maryland

"BAD ALIBI"

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2008 CHAPARRAL 28 ft Type: Power | Condition: Used Model: Chaparral Signature 280 Monohull for Sale Chesapeake City Maryland

"GRAND G850L"

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2021 GRAND 27 ft Type: Power | Condition: Used Model: G850L Rigid Inflatable Boats (RIBs) Edgewater Maryland

"CENTURY 2400CC"

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2022 CENTURY 23 ft Type: Power | Condition: Used Model: 2400 CC Center Console Edgewater Maryland

"OMEGA"

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2016 OMEGA 22 ft Type: Power | Condition: Used Model: Runabout 22 Monohull for Sale Edgewater Maryland

"GRAND G500HLF"

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2022 GRAND 16 ft Type: Power | Condition: New Model: Rib G500HLF Rigid Inflatable Boats (RIBs) Annapolis Maryland

"GRAND S470"

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2020 GRAND 15 ft Type: Power | Condition: Used Model: S470 Rigid Inflatable Boats (RIBs) Edgewater Maryland

"ZAR LUX 15"

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2021 ZAR 15 ft Type: Power | Condition: New Model: Lux 15 Rigid Inflatable Boats (RIBs) Edgewater Maryland

"GRAND S330"

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2022 GRAND 10 ft Type: Power | Condition: New Model: S330 Rigid Inflatable Boats (RIBs) Edgewater Maryland

"ZAR 9HDL"

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2023 ZAR 9 ft Type: Power | Condition: New Model: Rib 9HDL Rigid Inflatable Boats (RIBs) Annapolis Maryland

"ZAR RIB 9 LITE"

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2023 ZAR 9 ft Type: Power | Condition: New Model: RIB 9 Lite Rigid Inflatable Boats (RIBs) Edgewater Maryland

"CHE"

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  • 49 Inquiries

SUNREEF 114 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Launched Model: Sunreef 114 Launched Gdansk Poland

"SUNREEF 92 DOUBLE DECK NEW BUILD"

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SUNREEF 92 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Launched Model: Sunreef 92 DD Launched Gdansk Poland

"LEVANTE"

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SUNREEF 82 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Launched Model: Sunreef 80 Carbon Line Launched Gdansk Poland

"19TH HOLE"

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SUNREEF 74 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Launched Model: Sunreef 74 Launched Italy

"BLUE DEER"

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SUNREEF 74 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Launched Model: Sunreef 74 Launched France

"LUCY Z"

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"BOUNTY"

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  • 31 Inquiries

SUNREEF 70 ft Type: Power | Condition: Launched Model: 70 Sunreef Power Launched Gdansk Poland

"DAMRAK"

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"JAMBO"

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"DAMRAK II"

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SUNREEF 70 ft Type: Power | Condition: Launched Model: 70 Sunreef Power Launched California

"SKYLARK"

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"BLUE BELLY"

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"ABUELO"

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"ONDIN"

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"CLOUDS"

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"ETTY"

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"1 LIFE"

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SUNREEF 70 ft Type: Power | Condition: Launched Model: 70 Sunreef Power Launched Mexico Mexico

"MARENGO"

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SUNREEF 68 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Launched Model: Sunreef Supreme 68-S Launched Gdansk Poland

"DREAMLINER II"

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"ADEA"

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2017 SUNREEF 60 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Launched Model: Custom 62 Launched Road Town Virgin Islands (British)

"OCEAN'S 11"

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SUNREEF 60 ft Type: Power | Condition: Launched Model: 60 Sunreef Power Launched Gdansk Poland

"EWHALA"

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"MEOW"

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"FOREVER"

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  • 28 Inquiries

"FINELINE"

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SUNREEF 60 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Launched Model: Sunreef 60 Launched Gdansk Poland

"LILU-YACHT"

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2024 SUNREEF 60 ft Type: Power | Condition: Launched Model: 60 Sunreef Power Launched Gdansk Poland

"GRACE"

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2013 SUNREEF 60 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Launched Model: Sunreef 60 Loft Launched Gdansk Poland

"MERI II"

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2024 SUNREEF 60 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Launched Model: Sunreef 60 Loft Launched Gdansk Poland

"CARPE DIEM"

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2012 SUNREEF 58 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Launched Model: Sunreef 58 Launched Gdansk Poland

"DRAGON FLY"

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2024 SUNREEF 58 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Launched Model: Sunreef 58 Launched Portugal

"DREAMLINER"

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2011 SUNREEF 58 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Launched Model: Sunreef 58 Launched Gdansk Poland

"FREESTYLE"

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2024 SUNREEF 58 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Launched Model: Sunreef 58 Launched Gdansk Poland

"BLUE DESERT"

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"SUMMERFIELD"

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"BROCHURE-SUNREEF 60"

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  • 50 Inquiries

SUNREEF 60 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Brochure Model: Sunreef 60 For Showing Purposes Only Gdansk Poland

"ECLIPSE CHASER"

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2014 LAGOON 52 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Used Model: Lagoon 52 For Showing Purposes Only La Porte Texas

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2016 LEOPARD 48 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Used Model: Leopard 48 For Showing Purposes Only La Porte Texas

"UNSPOKEN"

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2018 LEOPARD 48 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Used Model: Leopard 48 For Showing Purposes Only Kemah Texas

"BRIE"

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  • 141 Inquiries

2015 LAGOON 45 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Used Model: Lagoon 450 For Showing Purposes Only Kemah Texas

"ONE MORE THING"

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2001 LAGOON 41 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Used Model: Lagoon 410 For Showing Purposes Only Kemah Texas

"IMAGINE"

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2011 LAGOON 40 ft Type: Sail | Condition: Used Model: Lagoon 400 For Showing Purposes Only Kemah Texas

"LA BELLE VIE"

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2017 FOUNTAINE PAJOT 40 ft Type: Power | Condition: Used Model: LUCIA 40 For Showing Purposes Only

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How much is a 45 foot catamaran? 5 Great Options.

  • Post author By Richard
  • Post date September 30, 2020
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cost of 65 foot catamaran

Quick answer is $300,000 to $600,000. But you could also pay as much as $1 million for a fully loaded catamaran like La Vagabonde’s brand new Outremer 45 or as little as $150,000 for a late 1990’s Prout 45 or Leopard 45. These prices are all considering you are asking about a catamaran in reasonable condition and with appropriate cruising equipment. Project catamarans could end up costing much less initially although very likely much more eventually as typically you pay a premium in sailing for the “refit experience.” The upside is a long escape working in a boatyard that allows you to escape from your wife and children if that is your goal. We do not recommend the approach and this website while offering a wide selection of catamarans prefers to advertise that are in good condition at great prices to our visitors.

Another budget aspect to consider is maintenance costs of a 45 foot catamaran. Here the typical assessment is you spend 10% of a catamaran’s value yearly to keep her in good condition at a safe mooring and with proper reserves for depreciation costs.

We answer this question here because oddly the 45 foot number is a common online search and common question we receive. The number 45 has long history in sailing as in the old days of monohull sailboats, the ideal cruiser was thought of as a 45 foot center cockpit. Technology has evolved and proved that two hulls are superior to one yet the 45 feet in length is a sensible universal constant. The reason? Certainly a 45 foot catamaran features a dramatic increase in interior volume as compared to old technology. We suspect that the 45 foot ideal length is more determined by cruising speed and comfort in a wide variety of offshore conditions as well as the size at which length is not a limitation in terms of docking or maneuvering requiring additional crew.

To further provide specifics on your options for a 45 foot catamaran please see example models below.

1. Lagoon 450

cost of 65 foot catamaran

The highest volume 45 foot model in production currently. New style design with large accommodations, wide beam, and tall mainsail. Comes in flybridge and sport version with different helm configurations. This design is an evolution of the Lagoon 440. Prices range from $400,000 to $700,000 from an old charter 2011 model to a brand new owner’s version. See our Lagoon 450 specifications and a list current example for sale.

2. Leopard 45

cost of 65 foot catamaran

The classic Leopard 45 was built from 1997 to 2001 and should not be confused with the new version of the model by the same name. These are affordable ex charter catamarans with old school builds. Watch out for wet balsa coring like on any 20 year old cored hull catamaran. Prices range from $200,000 to $250,000. See our Leopard 45 page for more specifications and options currently for sale .

3. Prout 45

cost of 65 foot catamaran

The Prout 45 model is the oldest fashioned model on this list and least expensive coming in at $150,000 to $250,000. These feature a cutter rig with two headsails and a very aftmost main mast. This headsail powered sailplan is very unusual for catamarans options at this size range. Please see our specifications for more information and for sale page for current examples for sale .

4. Outremer 45

cost of 65 foot catamaran

Made famous by Outremer’s special sale of an example to La Vagabonde stars. While at a base price it may be $700,000 when fully outfitted this boat nears $1 million USD. Performance oriented design with daggerboards and outboard helms with tillers. With the pricing and performance focus, this is a less common design.

5. Privilege 45

cost of 65 foot catamaran

Lying somewhere between the classic Prout 45 and middle aged Leopard 45, this older Privilege design ranges in price from $150,000 to $250,000. These were high end charter boats in their day with a very good reputation for build quality, performance, and interior fit / finish. See our Privilege specifications and examples for sale .

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Jones Beach July 4 fireworks 2024: What to know 

Crowds gather to watch Fourth of July Fireworks explode over...

Crowds gather to watch Fourth of July Fireworks explode over Jones Beach State Park. Credit: Newsday/Thomas A. Ferrara

Fireworks inspired by “Barbie,” Beyoncé and Taylor Swift will highlight a 25-minute pyrotechnics display that will paint the night sky with whimsical candy-colored patterns and floral designs this Fourth of July at Jones Beach State Park in Wantagh.

New for this year’s show — comprised of 5,000 shells launched from a barge 2,000 feet off shore — are “pink and aqua” effects dancing across the sky to Dua Lipa’s “Dance The Night” from the “Barbie” movie, says Chris Santore, production manager and choreographer for New Jersey-based Garden State Fireworks.

Beyoncé fans should watch the skies for “ghost rings,” a fireworks effect Santore describes as “a circle that ignites across the sky,” in a segment set to the singer's chart-topping “Texas Hold 'em.” And Swifties should keep their eyes peeled for “a really cool cracking flower section,” timed to the bridge in Taylor Swift’s “Cruel Summer.”

Patriotism will be on display as well, with rockets glaring to Bruce Springsteen’s “Born in the USA” and Lee Greenwood’s “God Bless the USA.” Just before the finale, “massive golden weeping willow fireworks” illustrate Whitney Huston’s stirring version of “America the Beautiful,” Santore says.

WHAT TO KNOW

  • The annual Jovia Financial Credit Union Fireworks Spectacular blasts off at 9:30 p.m. on July 4 at Jones Beach State Park in Wantagh.
  • The fireworks are included in parking admission, $10 per car.
  • You can watch the show from other vantage points.

The “high energy, super intense” finale features rapid-fire firecrackers choreographed to John Philip Sousa’s “The Stars and Stripes Forever.”

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Radio stations WALK 97.5 FM and KJOY-98.3 FM will simulcast music during the fireworks presentation.

New this Fourth of July: “It’s going to be a fun day highlighting the 100th anniversary of New York State parks,” says George Gorman, Long Island regional director of the New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation. Beginning at noon July 4, the boardwalk will be hopping with live musical entertainment and children’s performers. History buffs can browse booths set up along the boardwalk highlighting the history of New York State parks, covering each decade from the 1920s through the 2020s. Gorman says the park will stay open after the fireworks for spectators to enjoy the late night activities.

Here's all you need to know about the many ways to see the fireworks spectacular:

Take the bus to the Jones Beach fireworks show

On July 4, NICE (Nassau Inter-County Express) will be running buses to Jones Beach State Park on a regular weekend schedule. Beach-bound buses will leave every half-hour beginning at 8:28 a.m. from the Freeport Long Island Rail Road station and from the Hempstead Rosa Parks Transit Center in Hempstead Village. NICE will add buses throughout the day and evening if needed. Post-show return trips to Freeport and Hempstead will begin at the park’s West Bathhouse — and buses will return to the bathhouse until all passengers are picked up. More information is available at nicebus.com/Passenger-Information/Jones-Beach .

Watch the Jones Beach fireworks show on a boat

Get into the patriotic spirit with a drink in hand on a Fourth of July fireworks cruise. Choose from 10 Captree Fleet boats offering fireworks cruises through the scenic New York State Channel to a water view of the sky spectacular. Coffee, cookies and other snacks will be served on the return trip. Boats leave at 6:30 and 7 p.m. from Captree State Park, 3500 Ocean Pkwy., Babylon. Boarding begins a half hour before departure. (631-669-6464, captreefleet.com , $65).

Freeport Water Taxi & Tours' 44-foot, 28-passenger American Yacht catamaran leaves at 8 p.m. for a two-hour cruise with a cash bar and specialty drinks (Jones Beach Brewing Co. blonde ale, Fisher Island Lemonade, coconut coladas, margaritas and more.) Board at 211 Woodcleft Ave., Freeport; $65 for passengers ages 11 and up, $45 for children ages 5 to 10, reservations required, 516-521-7744, freeportwatertaxi.com .

The Capt. Lou Fleet offers July 4 fireworks cruises, also leaving from the Freeport Nautical Mile. Dance to DJ music and enjoy a cash bar aboard The Captain Lou VIl, an 85-foot cruiser with a covered upper deck, climate controlled cabin and galley, or the Atlantic Pearl, which features an open upper level and a climate controlled cabin ($65). Or take a dinner cruise on The Starstream VIII, a 100-foot super-cruiser ($95). Board at 7:30 p.m. for 8 p.m. departure at 31 Woodcleft Ave., Freeport. Reservations are required and can be made at 516-623-5823 or at captloufleet.com .

Dine at a historic site during the show

Watch the night sky light up from a seat at Gatsby on the Ocean, the restaurant and catering facility on the second floor of Jones Beach’s historic Art Deco West Bath House. The ballroom and the dining areas on the building’s terraces offer ocean views and will be open throughout the fireworks show, with baked clams, burgers, lobster rolls, salads and more on the menu. No reservations are required. (516-785-0012; gatsbyontheocean.com ).

Watch the Jones Beach fireworks show from another park

See the fireworks from a different viewpoint on the pier and long shoreline at Wantagh Park (1 King Road, Wantagh, 516-571-7460) or at nearby Cedar Creek Park (3340 Merrick Rd., Seaford, 516-571-7470). Admission is free with proof of Nassau County residence; nonresidents pay a $10 parking fee. Nassau County residents with a Leisure Pass can see the show at the county’s Nickerson Beach Park, located on Long Beach west of Jones Beach. Parking costs $15. Nonresidents pay a $37 parking fee. (880 Lido Blvd., Lido Beach, 516-571-7700).

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