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Seawind 

Our first brush with a Seawind catamaran was in 1983 when the original Seawind 24 made its way into the local sailing scene in Singapore and with much chagrin, carted off the most prestigious Tatler Trophy at the peak of the Northeast Monsoon. As they say, all good things spring from humble beginnings and today the Seawind marque are well respected true blue ocean cruisers.

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1370
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1190
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RESORT

Seawind's range of catamarans encompasses 52, 45, 41, 38 and 36 foot platforms. The 1100 series is the stalwart of the marque with a high proportion of these circumnavigating the globe and if the small boats can cope with that, then the 52 is going to make short work of it! Seawind's seaworthy reputation is the result of countless hours of crossing some of the most treacherous seas. Richard Ward, owner of Seawind used the Bass Straits and the Tasman Sea as his playground. The thousands of accumulated sea miles was the breeding grounds for what has become Seawinds DNA, slim hulls that are easily driven, robust monocoque construction that wraps ergonomics shaped by time onboard. 

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Discover the 1600. Click images for more info'.

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Ample amenities that don't encroach on the performance critical hull length:hull beam ratio.

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A first for a cruising cat. Performance polar diagram.

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Discover the beauty of what became the internet hit, "Ruby Rose".

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Modern design has endowed this Seawind with a voluminous interior space to rival much larger craft with layouts to suit varied useage.

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Boat Of The Year 2019 but evolved from years of blue water tradition

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Seawind's patented door system allows the salon to join the cockpit for a hugeb entertainment space. From the helm, all four corners of the yacht are visible.

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The space can be optimised depending what you need either way, it's light & airy.

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Smaller doesn't have to mean pokey! The cabins in the 1190 are great individual spaces with lots of air and light.

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The 1160 comfort and great sailing are not compromised.

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Check out a thorough review.