Dolphin 460 Performance Version. Bluewater Cruising.

US $459,000 Negotiable Finance
46' - 14.02m
Family, Cruising, Live Aboard
Vessel Location
Launch Year
Hull Material
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*****Owners will deliver to NZ and improt in NZ should this be the buyer's preference.

-An ideal cross between an Outremer Catamaran and a Catana, but with a much smaller price tag.
Conceived and built with strength and safety in mind for unlimited ocean travels
-Multiple watertight bulkheads and partitions for safety in case of collision forward or beneath the hulls.
-Incredibly fast in all points of wind, this catamaran will out-speed many monohulls, even up-wind.
-Strong construction. The hull-to-deck joint is not bolted or riveted, but is a wide flange that is glassed inside and out to reinforce rigidity and strength.
-Outstanding presentation throughout, immaculately maintained and continuously upgraded.
-Same owners since new.
-The owners, well-known in the international cruising and racing community, were very much involved with the designer and shipyard at the time of building this outstanding example of the Dolphin 460.
-7' 6" deep daggerboards for outstanding upwind performance and minimum leeway.
-Rare 2 cabin version, with two ensuites and separate showers. Adapted from an 'Owner's version' design, the forward guest cabin, forward cabin, designed and fitted out as an office, can be easily converted to a guest cabin if needed.
-Completely equipped for off-grid and independent live-aboard and long distance cruising with an emphasis on minimising the use of fossil fuel.
-Brand new SailDrive bellows and seals in 2016
-Extensive engine refit in 2021; injectors & fuel pumps, alternator and starter motors, valve adjustment, heat exchangers, mixing elbows, and thermostats, front main oil seals, SailDrive internal flush.
-2018: Isotherm S/S drawer-style fridges and freezer unit. 12-volt air-cooled
-New Lofrans Project 1500 windlass installed in 2019 on strengthened platform
-2019: Strengthened forward beam connections to hulls
-2021: Complete check and renewal of hydraulic steering: new cylinders, hoses, steering pump
-2021: Ship's batteries (1,260ah total) replaced
-Four forward Lexan cabin windows professionally replaced in 2021
-2021: Replaced eleven Goiot deck hatches with Lewmar Ocean hatches, complete with thermal hatch covers to minimise tropical heat.
-New salon and cockpit upholstery 2021
-Impressive inventory (please read on). Comes fully loaded and ready to sail on. Her owners will provide a proper hand-over with the buyers to demonstrate how everything works on board.



"The past 15 years with OCEAN have been an amazing, rewarding journey. But now it's time to let her go. OCEAN has taken us places we never dreamed we'd go--literally and figuratively--and we have learned so much from her, learned how to be better sailors and (we hope) more thoughtful people. If this sounds like we are giving OCEAN too much credit (she is just a boat, after all), let us explain.

Before we had our catamaran, we had a dream. We'd grown up living lucky lives--great parents, a childhood spent sailing and racing, and coastal cruising with our families (Tom in Southern California, Harriet in Connecticut). By the time we were old enough to say goodbye to our corporate careers, we weren't ready to retire from life. We wanted to give back, to help others. When we sailed through Mexico and the South Pacific on a previous boat, a 28-foot Bristol Channel Cutter named freelance, we'd seen poverty and communities that needed help. But we were unequipped to help them.

Back in 2007 when we decided to leave our jobs and go cruising again, we wanted a boat that would not only be an ocean-going and liveaboard vessel but would enable us to lend a hand. At first, we weren't sure how or where we could help. But in 2008 when we sailed our new Dolphin 460 north from the Dolphin Catamaran shipyard in Aracaju, Brazil, through the Eastern Caribbean enroute to our home port of New Bedford, Massachusetts, we found our answer. Six English-speaking countries of the Eastern Caribbean (Antigua, St. Lucia, Dominica, St. Kitts and Nevis, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, and Grenada) had longstanding child literacy problems. Children were growing up without books to read, and thus were not learning to read. Schools, drastically underfunded, were unable to turn Caribbean children into readers.

Caribbean child literacy--pre-school to primary school to high school--became the focus of Hands Across the Sea, Inc., our new charity. We also named our Dolphin Hands Across the Sea, but in case you are wondering, the charity did not fund our boat; we paid for our boat, all the maintenance and equipment upgrades, and every marina berth and haul out, out of our own pocket. That was the right way to do it. The money we fundraised for Hands (the charity) went to helping Caribbean children.

The years flew by. We spent every summer and fall in New England raising money and packing books in a warehouse, where they were shipped to the Caribbean on cargo vessels. Each school received exactly the books they requested in their "Wish List, " and the books were brand new, age- and content-appropriate, filling the shelves of school libraries (most of them newly-created via our Hands Library Guide). This process was costly and time-consuming, but it resulted in sustainable, top-notch libraries (other charities send used, worn-out, inappropriate books). We spent the winter months in the Eastern Caribbean, visiting and mentoring over 100 schools in the islands each season. This "work commute" meant making the 3,500-mile round trip from Massachusetts to the Eastern Caribbean 11 times. The passages were often windy and rough.

Fast forward to 2021, when we co-founders (Harriet was the CEO, Tom the Marketing Director) stepped away from our charity to go bluewater cruising. We renamed the boat OCEAN, the boat underwent an extensive refit in 2021 at a leading Maine shipyard, and we set out for the Pacific We'd already sailed 40,000 miles on her, and this 12-month, 11,000-mile journey (Massachusetts-Bermuda-Puerto Rico-Panama-Galapagos-Marquesas-Societ y Islands-Fiji-New Zealand) would be our most ambitious yet. We left Hands, the charity, behind, having sent new amazing books to 420 libraries and reading programs, 400 pre-schools, reaching over 150,000 children.

Yes, we made a difference--we will always treasure that accomplishment. But for OCEAN, it is sadly time to part with her. We have left the U. S. To start a new life in New Zealand, in the Bay of Islands, a magnet for sailors returning from the sea. OCEAN--equipped for passagemaking, a comfortable liveaboard--is too accomplished of a boat to swing on a mooring. We are searching for a new owner who will cherish and enjoy OCEAN, and keep her cruising and crossing oceans. Now here's a look at working directly with Junior Pimenta, the owner of Dolphin Catamarans, and Philippe Pouvreau, the designer, and the yearlong process of creating OCEAN.

Safety and Construction Integrity:

We chose the Dolphin 460 not only for its performance under sail (with 7' 6" daggerboards and inboard jib leads, the boat performs particularly well to windward) but for its built-in safety. Each hull has five watertight collision bulkheads and three watertight cabin sole compartments. The hull-to-deck joint is not bolted or riveted (the shortcut way to build a catamaran), but is a wide flange that is glassed inside and out. The daggerboards and trunks are extremely strongly built. Protective "breakaway" fins are bonded forward of the SailDrives for protection. In 15 years of sailing her, we have seen no flexing or deflection in the vacuum-bagged vinylester/Divinycell deck or hulls--testament to the quality of Dolphin Catamarans' engineering and construction.

Solar Powered:

When we say "solar powered" we mean electrical power for daily liveaboard use. Our vision of cruising doesn't include emitting partially-combusted diesel fuel and exhaust into the environment every day. We specified the maximum number of solar panels (1,035 watts) onto the hardtop bimini, which has powered our daily needs (refrigeration, watermaker, laptops, occasional use of appliances or power tools) while at anchor or the dock. The need to charge using the engine, usually in rainy weather, is rare. Note that in setting up our solar charging system, our "energy audit" did not include a large freezer--the downfall of many cruising boats that requires daily genset or engine use. If you "need" a big freezer, you'll need to run a Genset every day.

Sail Plan for Doublehanding:

After we chartered a Dolphin 460 for a week in St. Vincent and the Grenadines and before we began creating OCEAN, we decided that the standard 150% genoa was a bit too much sail for breezy trade wind conditions. In over 15 knots of wind, the genoa is a handful to handle, and the sail reefs poorly and doesn't perform well to windward. We asked Philippe Pouvreau if we could have a working jib (97% overlap) with a jib boom that could be vanged down to strong padeyes to remove leech twist, making the sail efficient on all points of sail. Pouvreau not only said "Yes!" immediately, he raised the mast height two feet and lengthened the main boom 1.5 feet to help compensate for lost sail area. In this and in many other areas, we were very lucky to have Junior Pimenta, Philippe Pouvreau, and the Dolphin Catamarans construction team behind us.

Performance and People:

he Dolphin 460 is an offshore performance cruising catamaran. OCEAN sails efficiently to windward, and jumps up easily to 8.7 to 9.0 knots under mainsail and working jib when close- and beam-reaching and further off the wind. Under screecher (called a Code 0 in North Sails lingo), usually flown with the apparent wind aft of 80 degrees (5 knots of wind) to 120+ degrees (up to 20 knots true wind speed), the boat speed jumps to a steady 9.5, with bursts to 11,12, or 13 knots and higher. But we've found that the boat can "outperform the people. " Carrying too much sail, especially in boisterous sea conditions, increases the demands on the sails, rigging, and autopilot, and can give everyone on board, particularly the off-watch person, a bouncy, noisy (water rushing by the hull) ride. When it comes to reducing sail, the old monohull adage applies: you should reef when you first think of it. It's fun to go fast, but it's even better to go (slightly) less fast and have a far more enjoyable ride. (Sermon over!)

The Dolphin 460 is a performance cat, but it will not fly a hull, capsize, or pitchpole downwind. The design parameters are moderate and commonsense in every respect. The Dolphin sails to windward well, it doesn't bury its bows when surfing, and the freeboard is moderate, unlike ultra-high freeboard, multi-storied, high center-of-gravity charter boats (and even some performance boats). In our experience, the moderation demonstrated in OCEAN's design and construction make her a solid, trustworthy vessel for a cruising couple or family who want to sail safely across oceans and live aboard in comfort with a minimal footprint on the environment. " Tom And Harriet. July 22. Tahiti.


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US $459,000 Negotiable    Finance   
Vessel Name
Boat Reference
Launch Year
46' - 14.02m
Keel / Ballast
Minikeels (Beaching keels)
Vessel Location
South Pacific
Philippe Pouvreau
Dolphin Catamarans, Aracaju, Brazil
Hull Material
Decks Material
Engine Make: Volvo Penta Location: Sound-proofed engine compartments in sterns; watertight bulkheads aft and just forward of engines Shaft: S/S in SailDrive. S/S cutters on prop shafts. Rudder: Solid FRP foils over solid 1.5" (38mm) S/S rudderstock with low friction bushings Model: D2-40 S/N: Port: 5102001298; Starboard: 5102001232 Cyl. : 4 H. P. : 40 R. P. M. : 3000 Year: 2007 Engine Hours: Port: 4,514; Starboard: 4,444. Overhauled: March 2021 by Lyman-Morse Shipyard, Thomaston, Maine. Fuel System: USCG Type A1 hoses; dual Racor 75500MAX filters with selector valve and vacuum gauges. Cooling System: Freshwater through heat exchangers Sea Strainer: In through SailDrive legs and Vetus plastic internal strainers Exhaust System: Raw-water cooled through mixing elbow, hose, and FRP mufflers through hose loop out hull sides. Electrical System: Volvo Penta 12V/115A alternators Ventilation: Natural Reduction Gear: Volvo Penta model 130S-B, ratio 2.19:1, S/N Port: 51300623526; Starboard: 51300623505 Engine Beds: FRP beds and engine mounts Drip Pan: FRP Instruments/monitoring: (2) Volvo Penta panels with gauges/lights/alarms Controls: Volvo Penta single levers and cables Running Gear:Volvo SailDrives: SailDrives serviced, bellows seals replaced 2016. Skegs: Sacrificial FRP skegs protecting SailDrives Shaft: S/S in SailDrive, true, good condition. S/S cutters on prop shafts, good condition. Propeller: (2) Volvo Penta 3-blade bronze folding props with S/S rope cutters (Ambassador Marine, Stripper Propeller Protector).
Engine Make
Volvo Penta
Number Engines
Fuel Consumption
2.5/ /h each
Cruise Speed
7.5 knots
Water Sources: Fresh water foot pump; fresh water kitchen mixer tap with pull out sprayer hose; Aquasana Claryum two-step drinking water filtration system with plenty of spare filters.
Custom-designed and -built Core-Cell/WEST Epoxy 11-foot sailing/rowing/electric-powered unsinkable skiff/tender. Sailing: Sunfish rig with racing sail
8hp Torqeedo Cruise 2.0, with Torqueedo Power 24-3500 146 ah Lithium Battery (read full description)
Sunbrella double-ply (for extra UV protection) covers for engine instruments, hatch covers, and "lazy bag" mainsail cover.
Sunbrella sun awnings for cockpit. Textaline saloon window coverings.
Deck thermal hatch covers.
The saloon is spacious, open and filled with light thanks to the eight, large wraparound Lexan windows. It features a curved seating area and a varnished oval table of beautiful Brazilian hardwood which slides down on its pedestals. Two insert cushions will make a "rest area" for on-watch and off-watch crew during passages. The on-watch person can sit and read here while easily moving back and forth to the helm to check the course and scan the horizon. This rest area also serves as a spacious napping and lounging area and an eating area in rough seas. Cushions, new in 2021, are covered with easy-care Navy Blue Ultrasuede. There is stowage under the saloon cushions, and under-seat areas are easily accessible from the galley and the starboard hull.
The Brazilian hardwood dining table easily fits 4-6 people around the oval with another 1 to 2 people on the ottoman. The moveable ottoman, with convenient stowage under its seat, completes the seating arrangement.

Amidships under the seating area forward is the stowage for four of the boat's six AGM batteries, accessed through a lid below the seat cushion. On the starboard side aft is a nav station with VHF radio, switch panel, access to the solar panel controllers, EPIRB, and electronics. On the port side aft is a benchtop with cupboard and fridges below. Outboard on the port side is a small shelf.

Two Lewmar Ocean cabin top hatches and two fans provide plenty of ventilation. In the saloon and throughout OCEAN, the headliner features cream-colored vinyl-covered panels with LED lighting. A few of the panels are attached with Velcro for easy access. There are beautifully varnished wood accents throughout to provide an attractive nautical feel while not having too much brightwork to maintain.

The cabin sole is an easy-to-maintain laminate with woodgrain finish, bonded to marine plywood. To warm up the cabins in cold climates, a four-zone Hurricane diesel-fired heater supplies warm, thermostat-controlled air via radiators. Utilizing shore power, air-conditioning cools the master cabin in the starboard hull in hot climates. The bulkheads are weight-saving Nida-Core FRP panels glassed into the hull and deck. All of the furniture bulkheads, doors, and cabinetry are weight-saving Nida-Core panels, and joiner work is Brazilian hardwood.

The master cabin has a queen size, high quality Tempur-Pedic mattress that has always lived inside a waterproof, dust-mite proof cover. There is plenty of air and ventilation with a hatch over each pillow, an opening port and two fans at the foot of the bunk, an additional outboard opening port and bookshelves on both sides for portable fans if it's rainy. There is ample stowage inboard and below the bunk. Outboard there is a two-shelf unit with sliding doors and a deep locker with multiple shelves for clothes. The bottom level contains the air-conditioning unit and there is still space around it to tuck flexible items. The air-conditioning is used only with shorepower in hot places. There is a duct vent in the master cabin as well as a vent over the starboard office.

The master head is spacious with a high-quality Kenmore brand washing machine. The shower is wide with a rack for shampoos and soaps. A hand sprayer reaches into the shower too. The bronze Groco Model K marine toilet includes a separate bidet function. There is a round, 10-inch wide by 5-inch-deep sink bowl with a mixer faucet and a separate soap dispenser. Above the sink is a mirrored medicine cabinet. Below the sink is a storage area.

The starboard office contains the Iridium Go! Box with wire connection to the external antenna. There is a combination Ham/SSB radio: an Icom 706MKIIG with an automatic antenna tuner and a Pactor Modem. The radio has been programmed with the long distance, blue water cruiser in mind by U. S. -based radio expert Gordon West. The Pactor modem allows you to send and receive emails and request and receive grib files and weather reports at sea over the radio connected to a service provider such as SailMail. These days the Pactor modem and radio act as a back-up to the Iridium Go! Satellite system. The owners use both SailMail and PredictWind while at sea. A shelf above the radio and a shelf to the left of the desk provide plenty of stowage. The air conditioning system vent overhead makes this a cool place to work while plugged into the dock.

This compartment is dedicated to machinery (Hurricane Heater, Spectra Watermaker, Screecher stowage, battery bank #2, and12-volt electrical connection box). The space features two crash bulkheads--the forward-most is 12" aft of the bow, and runs from the deck to the forefoot. The second crash bulkhead, six feet back from the bow, is watertight to about four feet above the WL. The cabin sole is also sealed and watertight, except for a small sump with a bilge pump, and the aft bulkhead of the... (website is word limited.. Pleae read full description attached! There is too much to say!)
2 double plus salon table converts to huge lounge
2 enclosed hot and cold showers plus one in cockpit
Full galley description in our brochure. Please download for all the info and a thousand details.
Isotherm S/S drawer-style fridges and freezer unit. 12-volt air-cooled
Isotherm S/S drawer-style fridges and freezer unit. 12-volt air-cooled
Dickinson Mediterranean S/S 3-burner with oven and broiler. New 2016
Spectra Newport 400 MKII 12-volt DC watermaker (draws 26ah, powered by battery bank); unit produces
Hot Water
Yes. Heat exchanger and electric
Ground Tackle
Primary Anchor: Rocna 40 kg (88 lbs)
Primary Anchor Chain and Rode: 3/8" (10 mm) high-test 240 feet chain
Secondary Anchor: Danforth 35 lb.
Secondary Anchor Chain and Rode: 3/8" (10 mm) high-test 50 feet chain, 250' three-strand anchor line
Storm Anchor: Luke Fisherman 70-lb (disassembles into three pieces)
Windlass: Lofrans Project 1500, vertical mount, 1500 watt
Safety Gear
Life Rings/MOBs: Lifesling in compartment adjacent to helm seat
Life Raft: Ocean Safety ISO-9650-I, Group A, 6-person hard case raft secured in S/S bracket on transom (next service 8/2024)
Portable Extinguishers: (9) Kidde ABC model H110G in each aft cabin, portside in bridge deck saloon, in galley cabinet, and 2 in saloon Ottoman, one in each engine compartment, and one in starboard forward machinery compartment. Fire blanket in galley and under saloon ottoman.
Flares: 2 Para red rocket MK8 exp. 1/2023; 3 red hand flares MK8 exp. 1/2023; 1 Orion hand held orange smoke, exp. 2/2023; 5 Orion handheld red rockets, exp. 3/2023; 6 Orion 12-gauge aerials exp. 2/2023; Orion revolver with4 12-gauge aerials exp. 12/2021
Sound Signals: Handheld air horn canisters
Searchlight: Optronics 12-volt handheld spotlight
Nav Lights: Steaming light on mast; masthead tricolor
Emergency Steering: S/S emergency tiller in port forward stowage compartment
EPIRB: ACR Satellite3 406Mhz GPS, UIN: 2DCC75068AFFBFF. Battery expires 9/2025
Emergency Pump: Tsurumi Submersible High Capacity (13-61 gallons per minute) with 50-foot hose; unit is pre-wired to ship's battery bank
Drogue and Sea Anchor: Para-Tech Delta Drogue; Gale Rider 36 with ¾" braided deployment rode
Radar Reflector: Two alloy reflectors on S/S tube (hoisted to spreaders on passage)
Collision bulkhead: 5 in each hull and 3 watertight cabin sole compartments in each hull
Solar Panels: (9) Kyocera PV panels; total 1035 watts
Solar Panel Regulators: Outback Power Systems solar charge controllers
Electrical Sockets: U. S. 110-volt and 12-volt sockets with GFCI protection
Inverter: Xantrex Freedom SW Sine Wave 3,000-watt Inverter/Charger
Battery Monitor: Xantrex Link 2000
Battery Charger: Xantrex Freedom SW 150-amp multi stage charger; (2) Xantrex Digital echo-charge 15-amp echo chargers for engine start batteries
Shore Power: Marinco 30A/125V connector and 50' 30A/125V cord
Distribution Panels: Panel in nav area and DC and AC circuit breaker panel in Master Cabin cabinet.
Battery Banks: Ship's batteries in two banks (1,260ah total). (6) 2021 Lifeline GPL-4DL 12-volt AGM house bank; (2) 12-volt AGM engine start batteries. Four house batteries well secured with starboard and strapped under saloon seating and two house batteries in starboard forward machinery compartment; engine start batteries well strapped in FRP battery boxes on elevated shelves in engine compartments.
Isolators/Switches: On/off switches for engines in master and guest cabins; Blue Sea Systems rotary selector switch in starboard machinery compartment.
Wiring: Marine grade insulated stranded copper wire
Bonding/Grounding Plates: Bronze hull plate for SSB radio with copper strapping antenna ground on starboard hull and separate plate for green insulated stranded copper wire common bonding.
Electronics / Navigation
Chartplotter and GPS: Raymarine AxiomPro Multifunction Device (MFD) chartplotter at helm, August 2019.
Radar: Raymarine HD Color Radome Radar, 4kw, 24" (48-mile) with radome antenna mast-mounted below spreaders, August 2019.
Fathometer: Raymarine ST60+ Depth with hull transducer, 2007
Wind Instrument. : Raymarine i70 Wind with masthead transducer, 2018
Speed/Log: Raymarine ST60+ Speed with hull transducer, 2007
Autopilot: Raymarine Evolution Control head (2018) with dual hydraulic control pumps (primary and backup) attached to starboard hull hydraulic drive
AIS: Raymarine AIS 700 class B transceiver, August 2019.
Satellite Data System: Iridium Go! with external antenna, May 2020
VHF Radio: installed at nav station: Icom IC-M424G GPS VHF, August 2019.
VHF Handheld: Standard Horizon HX890 DSC/GPS Transceiver, Nov 2021
SSB/Amateur Radio: Icom IC-706MKIIG. HF/VHF/UHF SSB radio with smart antenna tuner, 2007. Includes Pactor modem. Insulated port outboard stay antenna
Handheld GPS: Garmin GPS Map 78 Series
Satellite Phone: Iridium 95054A Series, 2007
Sail Inventory
Tom is a sailmaker of 15 years standing, and on the Dolphin project he worked with North Sails as a "beta tester" to develop performance catamaran sails for passagemaking.
OCEAN's sail plan is aimed at efficient sailing for a doublehanded crew, which is why, rather than the Dolphin's standard 150% genoa, he opted for a more efficient, more versatile working jib (97% overlap) with a self-tacking boom.
When reaching, they use a 6:1 Harken block and tackle to vang the boom down to deck padeyes to control leech twist.
For winds under 10 knots while reaching or broad reaching, they unroll the Screecher (Code 0).
Mainsail: North Sails Full Batten High roach 3Di (thermoformed over full-size mold) Endurance Mainsail, June 2017; three reefs; Spectra/Aramid blend. Double-ply (for extra UV protection) "lazy bag" mainsail cover with lazy jacks.
Jib: North Sails, May 2013. Paneled three-batten jib of Spectra laminate with Tedlar anti-UV coating (97% overlap), with three leech battens and foam-pad luff furling flattener; with Harken MKIV Unit 3 Reefing & Furling unit (furler is new April 2021)
Screecher (Code 0): North Sails, February 2020.3Di (thermoformed over full-size mold); Spectra/Aramid blend; Colligo top-down furling system, model #CN5S.
Mast / Rigging
Mast: Farol anodized aluminum single-spreader. Mast height above WL is 20.6 meters/67.5 feet
Main Boom: SparCraft anodized aluminum with gooseneck fitting and hardware
Self-Tacking Jib Boom: Farol anodized aluminum with Goiot outhaul adjustment track
Crossbeam: Aluminum extrusion with aluminum seagull striker; crossbeam attachments to hull were redesigned and strengthened in 2019
Screecher Bowsprit: Stainless steel with S/S whisker stays
Mast Step: Cast aluminum over reinforced structural deck support with aluminum compression post
Chainplates: ½" S/S plate fabrication bolted through hull sides
Spars and Rigging: Standing rigging, turnbuckles, and toggles new in 2016;
1x19 316 S/S wire shrouds and diamond stays new in 2016. S/S Hi Mod swaged or mechanical end fittings new in 2016.
Chromed bronze open barrel turnbuckles and Hayn S/S toggles new in 2016.
SparCraft heavy spec airfoil spreaders new in 2019.
Fabricated solid S/S through-bars to spreaders and hounds in 2019 per professional rigging consultation; metalwork by Fairhaven Shipyard.
All halyards and sheets/control lines are Spectra-cored
Deck Gear
Winches: (1) Antal W52ST 2-speed electric on cabin top by helm for mainsheet and main halyard; (1) Antal W52ST 2-speed manual port and starboard mainsail reefing jib outhaul and jib sheet on cabin top; (2) Antal W48ST 2-speed on port and starboard coamings; (2) Antal W48ST 2-speed on port aft cabin top coamings for daggerboards and furlers; (1) Antal W52ST 2-speed on port aft cabin top for main boom topping lift and halyards.
Deck Hardware: Antal jib traveler; Antal control blocks, Antal and Harken deck blocks, Antal cabintop blocks at base of mast, Antal line clutches
Immaculate and presented to suit a discerning boat buyer looking for a truly exeptional performance cruising catamaran perfectly for long distance cruising in all latitudes. Owners are well-known cruisers, racers and sailing magazine publication such Tom and Harriet Linskey, of Sails Magazine. Tom is several times world champion on the 470s and the two of them have distinguished themselves in such gruelling race as the two handed Melbourne-Osaka, and dedicated their life to ocean cruising and the cruising community.
Ocean is an extraordinary yacht, suited particuarly to serious bluewater cruiser and digital nomads, as it has two independent office spaces and can be sailed easily by just one person while the other one keeps working peacefully.
A inventory that is too long to fit in here, but can be downloaded from this website.
Watch our thorough video tour for more info and of course get in touch if you think Ocean is just what you are looking for! We specialise in bluewater cruisers only and Ocean really ticks all the boxes.

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