Fleet

  • Specifications
    • Year:
      2014
    • Toilets:
      1
    • Double cabins:
      3
    • Beds:
      6 + (2 in the lounge with convertible table)
    • Max:
      8 pax
    • Water tank:
      380l / 100 US Gal
    • Length:
      11,19m / 36.8ft
    • Hull length:
      10.9m /35.9ft
    • Water line length:
      9,89m /32.5ft
    • Breadth:
      3,85m / 12.8ft
    • Draught:
      1,90m / 6.3ft
    • Dry weight:
      7.060kg / 14740lbs
    • Engine:
      VOLVO 30CV/hp
    • Fuel tank:
      200l / 52 US gal
    • Sail surface:
      66 m2/720 sq/ft
    • Mast height:
      16,55m / 54.4ft
    • CE:
      A8
  • Equipment
    • Genoa furling system;
    • AIS;
    • Toilet and shower in the cockpit;
    • Full batten mainsail;
    • Satellite phone (upon request);
    • Oven and microwave;
    • Bimini canopy; Sprayhood;
    • Auxiliary boat with outboard engine (dinghy)
    • Wine cellar;
    • Aft deck and platform in natural teak;
    • Life raft
    • Electric refrigerator in the kitchen;
    • Electric winch;
    • LCD panel with DVD and CD;
    • Ice box on the cockpit table;
    • Autopilot;
    • Audio radio with USB port and 3.5mm audio jack;
    • Snorkel equipment (4 pax);
    • GPS plotter / anemometer / odometer
    • 4 speakers (2 cockpit, 2 hall);
    • Bed linen and towels;
    • Probe; VHF radio;
    • Hot water;
    • Kitchen and on-board table utensils;
    • Radar;
  • Specifications
    • MOBY DICK :
    • Size:
      Length 14,6m x Width 7,4m x Draft 0,75m,
    • Displacement:
      10t.
    • Sail area:
      90m2
    • Design:
      Roland de Casenove, Architect Navale, Paris
    • Built by:
      Mikael Bahner and launched in 1992
    • More info at:
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  • Equipment
    • Equipment: EPIRB, Radar, AIS, VHF with automatic emergency signal, two life rafts, chartplotter, GPS, fishfinder/sonar, autopilot, solar panels (2 x 100W), 220v generator, , inflatable dinghy with outboard, electric anchor winch, , towed water generator, just to mention some of the gear.
    • A 46` sailing catamaran is ideal for cruising. Always upright and steady and with loads of room, allowing everybody a spot of privacy where he or she can sunbathe, read a book or just enjoy the sea. In any kind of nice breeze this type of boat immediately picks up speed and does for some exciting sailing. Contrary to small racing catamarans and the like, large catamarans do not capsize. There are four spacious double cabins on board. Two double cabin midships with double berths and two double cabins in the foreship with single berths. The galley is outfitted with a four-flame stove, standard oven, double sink and two fridges as in any kitchen on land giving for excellent cooking.