Comfort, safety and performance are the key features of this design, all geared to make those longer stints aboard a real pleasure. The deck layout means you’ll be able to sail from the comfort of the cockpit and the super-spacious, bright and comfortable interior ensures this boat will carry everything you need for any adventure.
As with all our Dazcats, our conversations with you begin before the formal commissioning stage and continue throughout the build process. This way we can make sure the boat is fully personalised to your needs. The conversations don’t end with delivery of your boat. Our after-sales service is second to none, and that’s because we consider every boat to be a family member. We will continue to support you, answer any questions and provide help long after we have handed over.
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True to our Multimarine principles, weight is centralised to increase performance. The interiors can be tailored to your layout – each boat is unique and reflects the client’s requirements.
A set of glass sliding doors lead from the cockpit to the saloon which has a U-shaped seating area with table, a snug and breakfast bar to the galley area. This can also create a storage space for downwind sail when sailing.
The classic Dazcat galley is set half up in the port hull, or half down on the port side of the saloon, depending how you see it. This creates perfect ergonomics when preparing food, allowing those in the galley to have great views and full interactions with anyone in the saloon. There are vast expanses of worktop and storage space and a built in fridge freezer, oven, hob, microwave and other options including cockpit BBQ.
Forward of the galley is a double berth and sail storage area. Aft is a skipper/crew cabin with two singles and snug seating with adjoining heads and shower.
On the starboard side we have the spacious owner’s cabin with en-suite and plenty of storage. There is a central navigation area with berth for tactician and forward is a twin bunk room for guest or crew which has its own heads compartment and sail locker.
Ultimately, we can be flexible with the interior designs. This version is more aimed at offshore sporting events, with capacity also for cruising in between times with family and friends. However, we are happy to tailor your boat to your requirements depending on how you envisage using it.
Anchoring and chain locker is fitted into the main beam to keep weight central. This uses an electric windless and there’s plenty of warp and fender storage as well.
Multimarine’s order book is now open. The earliest possible construction start date is summer 2020 with delivery in 2022.
On deck the Dazcat has twin wheel direct carbon-cable and shaft drive steering, imperative for best control and providing quick response to the actions of the helm and crew. When sailing at high speeds it’s essential to maintain total control and to maximise crew response and interface with the boat. In order to achieve this the helm is positioned with a clear all-round view and is able to move from one side to the other quickly and easily. All control lines are close to hand for short or single-handed sailing. In our experience, the sum of these design features combined quite literally provide a winning formula.
Winches are dual powered to wind and release giving the helm push-button fingertip control on the main traveller and sheet as well as the self-tacking jib. Even the dagger boards are on line drivers for easy deployment from the helm position. The spinnaker tack line is mounted to the carbon spinnaker pole with the classic Dazcat V striker and no forward beam is envisaged. Light weight spectra nets are used between to reduce windage and weight forward.
An all carbon mast boom with hay racks and sails are specified to make sure the rig is both very stiff and light. An Antal mast track system and halyard locks, as used by top race boats, are fitted. The self-tacking jib provides easy fast tacks to assist single-handed sailing, though there’s plenty of space to get the crew up and trimming as well.
The stepped cockpit features the raised helm and crew areas as is where the downwind sails are sheeted. Cruising comforts include an outside seating area and table which can be removed for racing. This is covered by a carbon Bimini with plenty of solar panels and a rain water harvesting system on top. Composite davits are mounted to the aft beam to take the tender and steps lead directly from the cockpit to the tender boarding area.