In recent years, more and more catamarans have become one of the most frequently used types of boats on ocean cruises. We took a close look at the best model lines. Outremer 51 and 55 are our candidates for the title of the best catamarans for the ocean.
Catamarans are among the most popular types of boats. But what if you have an ocean voyage or cruise? This is where Outremer catamarans will come in handy more than ever.
The current version was released three years ago. This boat is an excellent example of the balance of speed and space. With a light weight of 11 tons, it is designed to carry another three (!) Tons of equipment.
One of the yacht's advantages is a comfortable cockpit. From there, the yacht is easy to control and you get an excellent view and overview. The boat is also equipped with a powerful sail system that will allow you to fully enjoy the power of the ocean winds.
In addition, there is also a spacious interior with beautiful finishes. The interior design is ideally versatile and minimalistic. Everyone will be able to appreciate it!
Meanwhile, the new 55 is different from its “older brothers”. However, the philosophy and general features of the boats remain unchanged. The yacht is designed with wind speeds up to 12 knots, giving her an unprecedented sailing ability even in the strongest winds.
Plus, centerboards will prevent the yacht from drifting into the wind. It will definitely help yachtsmen in the harsh conditions of the Atlantic.
The well-thought-out hull design allows you to sit on the side deck in fine weather or take shelter under a bimini in the rain. A well thought-out ventilation system is another advantage of the 55th. It will help eliminate the need for an air conditioner, and hence fuel consumption.
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