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SEAWIND

With a background of over 30 years as Australia’s premier designer & builder of performance cruising catamarans, Seawind offers a range of innovative lightweight boats, built for sailors that value great design and a high quality construction.

Seawind 1250

The prestigious 41ft Seawind 1250 luxury cruising catamaran suitable for crossing oceans or luxurious onwater living.

LOA: 42’ (12.45m) • Beam: 22’4 (6.8m) • Draft: 3’8” (1.16m) • Sail Area: 710 ft² • Fuel/Water: 185 gal

Seawind 1160 Deluxe

The 38ft Seawind 1160 Deluxe blue water cruising catamaran, one of the world’s most awarded cruising and charter catamarans.

LOA: 38’(11.6m) • Beam: 21’4 (6.5m) • Draft: 3’7” (1.1m) • Sail Area: 613 ft² • Fuel/Water: 185 gal

Seawind 1160 LITE New for 2015

With well over 100 Seawind 1160’s launched and sailing around the world, the design has been well proven, from crossing the world’s largest oceans to chartering in the beautiful locations such as the Whitsundays, Thailand and Caribbean. Now with the Seawind and Corsair Marine design teams joining forces, this fantastic model has been optimized, with a modern interior fitout and significant weight reduction.

www.corsairmarine.com+84 0 121 208 88 8733

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