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Catamaran Outremer 51

Modification of the very successful model 49 catamaran was beneficial. The shipyard has made improvements after communicating with owners of Outremer catamarans traveling around the world.

Outremer Catamarans are the most popular choice for family travel around the world and long-distance cruisers. The build quality is unbeatable, and as a result, the aftermarket price is very high. The shipyard is going to change the interior, and is also ready to supply any equipment. It is also worth mentioning that GL Yachting holding, which includes Outremer, provides support anywhere in the world.

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Specifications
Length, m15.27
Width, m7.45
Draft, m0,9/2,35
Displacement, t9900
Sail area, m2242.50
Fresh water, l700
Fuel, l820
ArchitectBarreau - Neuman
Engine2×39
Mainsail92.5
Genoa150
Basic Price779 000 €

* More detailed information can be obtained by ordering the catalog

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