The Maldives design is rarely the smallest/cheapest catamaran with 2 x realistic double berths. Standing headroom in the salon is achieved through having a 'pop top' and she exhibits good bridge deck clearance. Whilst being accommodation friendly she shows amazingly good performace. this boat really can sail well!
walk-thru video tour available.
GRP hulls and decks with aluminium spars.
2 x doubles aft with
2 x single fwd - total 6 berths
Jabsco head and shower
headroom in hulls 1.83 down to 1.56 fwd
headroom in salon 1.56 rising with poptop to 2.00
2 burner Tasman 4500 stove. Run on gas.
with pans, cutlery, glasses plates and mugs.
Mainsail, FB 3R, w/ lazyjacks Voile Ocean 1990
Jib, on Profurl furler, Voile Ocean 1990
Spinnaker w/ snuffer
2 x Harken 40ST manual
1 x Lewmar 40ST manual
1 x Simpson Lawrence electric anchor qwindlass
diamonds replaced 2012
forestay and shrouds replaced 2014
1 x Suzuki 20hp DF20 ARL electric and hand start
fuel: 75 ltrs an 4 tanks
water: 2 x plastic tanks totalling 140 ltrs
wind mn100-2 wireless
depth Eagle Cuda 300 (2011)
1 x solar panel
2 x 140 AH batteries
battery monitor NASA BM1
Inverter Genois Soft Start 600W
battery charger SBC Quick 250
shore power lead.
Spade 16kg w/ 20m x 8mm s/s chain plus 60 x 14mm warp
Brittany 16 kg w/ 6m x 8mm galv chain plus 30m warp.
Delta 16 kg w
S/L electric windlass
Zodiac 2.85m fast roller, inflated floor, airtight and watertight. slightly scruffy
with Mercury 2.5 hp outboard.
davits for dinghy
boat hook, fenders, warps, etc.
2 x ODEO electronic flares (date?)
Fire extinguishers, manual (date?)
2 x safety harnesses w/ lights
first aid kit
The Maldives is a nimble and seaworthy design which is often off the radar for many buyers because they think the good bridgedeck clearance comes at a cost of salon headroom and the outboard is not as attractive as twin diesels.
This boat has not compromised on common sense, the pop-top gives the headroom and the o/board means no drag when sailing and no fuel/oil smell in the acommodation!
The owners are selling due to age and having 'fulfilled the dream'. They have extensively cruised the central Mediterranean and looked after this boat. By way of future improvements, she could use a holding tank installation, and maybe replacing the mainsail and Zodiac in a few years.
She will appeal to a sporty couple who like the performance and racy looks of the fine design.
walk-thru video tour available
Cranleigh Road, Portchester