Sailing catamaran Catana 50, 2007 for sale

Price: 580 000 €

Specifications Catana 50:
Total length: 15.25 m

Width: 7.94 m

Draft: 1.20 m / 2.94 m

Mast height: 21 m

Mainsail: 103 m²

Genoa: 61 m²

Displacement: 16.5 t

Engines: 2 x 75 hp

Year: 2007

Location: Colombia

Flag: British Virgin Islands

VAT: not paid

Catana 50, very good 3-cabin catamaran, 2007, equipped for sailing around the world. The thrill is guaranteed with its composite hull, dagger-style keels, carbon mast and bowsprit, North Sails Spectra fiber sails, spinnaker and zero code.

The owner's hull has a very attractive layout: the aft stateroom on the starboard side opens up to the entire hull with its large bathroom, writing desk and ample storage space. Two other guest cabins with their own bathrooms are located on the port side. The chart table is located in front of the saloon and the functional galley overlooks the cockpit.

The catamaran is equipped with two 75 hp engines, and the comfort is guaranteed by one generator, solar panels, a watermaker and air conditioning. This boat is ready to cruise with a complete set of electronics, safety equipment and a Zodiac 340. The owners of this catamaran Catana 50 have always been very attentive to the maintenance of their boat.

Catamaran price: 580 000 EUR


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