Our Catamaran Sailboat Layout
Catamaran sailboats have seen a massive rise in popularity. A catamaran sailboat is balanced on two hulls, with the sails in the middle. Additionally, the stability offered by having two hulls means that the boat doesn’t heel over like a monohull–it stays pretty much level. Lastly, they tend to be faster!
The open bridgedeck is covered by a permanent hardtop and is a spacious 8'x11', which can handle a crowd easily. The entire area may be enclosed with acrylic windows when needed. Even in cold weather the windows admit lots of sun turning the bridgedeck into a solarium
Outdoor Dining Area
The dinette forward has molded-in steps to access the forward deck with it's trampolines and bow chairs. There is 360 degree visibility from anywhere in the cockpit, both the captain and the guest can enjoy the view.
The Port Hull
Amidships is the galley with a double stainless steel sink, Isotherm 12-volt refrigerator, 12' of counter space, and a Seaward two-burner stove. Aft is a table that may also be used for dining.
Maine Cat 30
The Maine Cat 30 is in a class by itself, delivering the promise of real high performance multihull sailing.
Light Winds, No worries, "Allegro" is equipped with a roller furling screecher on a bow pulpit for those days when the winds are light.
"Allegro" is equipped to be self sufficient. She now carries four solar panels on her bridge-deck top. Enough to keep your food cold and your electronic devices charged.
Docked at Alligator Point Marina
We are docked on the last pier of the floating docks. There is plenty of parking, restrooms with showers and even a Tiki Bar that's open Thursday through Sunday. There's also a ship store to pick up those last minute supplies.
Become One with the Waves
Riding on the trampolines is one of the coolest things about catamaran sailing. With each rise and fall of the bow the air is forced up thru the mesh giving you a unique experience. The silence of the boat and the sound of the waves combined are amazing. View Sailing Cruises Now!