Da Vinci Catamaran
Racing Yacht • Phuket
From 150,000THB
Max Pax 6-7
Displacement (tons)  4
Length Overall (metre)  11.6
Beam (metre)  5.5
Draft (metre)  0.8
Designer:  Asia Catamarans
Year Built:  2010
Technical Specifications
  • Hull: Composite
  • Engine: 2 outboards
  • Diesel: No
  • Cruising Speed: 8 knots
  • Propeller: Folding
  • Steering: Tiller, autopilot
  • Water: 700 L
  • Electricity DC: 220v
  • Charging: Solar
  • Electricity AC: Inverter
Electronics & Navigations
  • Navigation: Raymarine chart plotter
  • Instruments: Echo sounder, log, wind
  • Communications: VHF
  • Mainsail: Full batten mainsail
  • Headsail: Furling genoa
  • Gennaker: Yes
  • Sail Area: 110 sqm
  • Anchor: Anchor,windlass
  • Dinghy: Dinghy on davits,outboard engine
  • Safety: Fire extinguishers,flares, life jackets, first aid kit
Accommodation & Toys
  • Galley: Gas stove, oven, refrigerator
  • Cabins: 2 double cabins, 2 single berths
  • Multimedia: CD and mp3 player
  • Showers & Heads:  2 showers, 2 heads.
  • Stern Platform: ladder, deck shower
  • Leisure: snorkelling gear

Da Vinci Catamaran


ABOUT ‘Da Vinci Catamaran

The Da Vinci Catamaran is composite built and designed by Asia Catamarans, Phuket’s premier fast catamaran yacht designers.

Designed to be a fast cruising yacht she is transformed by the addition of laminate sails into a true offshore racing cat, she has the advantage of being well laid out and is very easy to crew and sail fast even with limited experience.

Before the previous owner retired her from racing to enter the cruising market the Da Vinci Catamaran had a remarkable record of winning the last fourteen races she entered. Sailescapes have brought her back into the race market where we expect she will continue where she left off two years ago.

Her comfortable interior allows you to live aboard whilst competing in all local regattas including the Kings Cup, Raja Muda, Langkawi, Neptune, Cape Panwa Hotel Phuket Race Week and the Bay regatta. Charter this yacht and you will be almost guaranteed to be competing for honours.