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Owen Clarke Design began as multihull designers, sailors, builders and project managers. Indeed, the first yachts they designed and built were a 35’ racing trimaran and 30’ fast cruising catamaran. One of the company’s founders raced multi’s extensively, including as navigator on an 24m cat and then on a 60’ tri in the 1985 and 1989 Round Europe Races. This beautiful performance ocean cruising catamaran represent the latest in their thinking for multihull cruiser racer design. OC have taken the requirements of yacht owners and professional skippers to develop a fast, refined and stylish new blue water catamaran.

The yacht has the narrowest hull form able to support the payload and accommodation requirements for a vessel of this size. The fast, easily driven hulls are complimented by a highly efficient wing mast, balanced by high aspect ratio dagger boards and rudders for excellent all-round performance. Helming is from an internal helm station with an external working cockpit for all sailing manoeuvres. Comfort features include a large shaded aft covered cockpit for relaxing or dining and a forward dedicated open sun lounge area.

Accessing the expansive bridge deck accommodation from either cockpit area reveals saloon seating for 8-10, a fully featured galley and navigation watch station with panoramic views. Sleeping accommodation in the hulls is provided by four generously appointed en-suite double guest cabins (two of which have exterior access to the hull bathing platforms) and a further two twin crew cabins forward with forward cockpit access. An innovative concealed stowage for a custom RIB tender has been incorporated into the central forward sprit fairing with hatches from on deck.

LOA:

24 m

Beam:

10.48m

Displacement:

29,500 kg (Full Load)

Sail Area:

335 sqm (upwind)

Sail area/displacement ratio:

36

Length/displacement ratio:

59


To discuss your own particular cruising requirements contact: OC CRUISING

For background on Owen Clarke's involvement as multihull sailors and designers go to: MULTIHULLS

For an explanation of the technology behind the design process go to: NAVAL ARCHITECTURE

For an insight into our engineering and detailed design work go to: ENGINEERING

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