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This is an advertisement for the purchase of a new boat.
Seawind has some exciting news to share with you… Cruising World Judges have named the Seawind 1260 as the Best Cruising Catamaran Under 50 Feet! What a great achievement and this award gives merit to the countless hours of design and engineering that has gone in to each and every one of our models. The 1260 builds upon the success of it’s predecessors, the 38′ Seawind 1160 (2017 Cruising World Boat of the Year) and 35′ Seawind 1000 (Australia’s most successful Catamaran, with over 230 sold).
Dual helm stations are found on every model, and offer 360-degree visibility. This allows the skipper to sail safely into a crowded harbor. Large targa tops offer protection from the harsh offshore conditions, both sun and rain, while panoramic opening windows provide ventilation as well as visibility. Seawinds offer the protection of a pilothouse yacht, with the visibility of and helming advantages of a catamaran.
The ground-breaking tri-fold door which, when raised, joins the salon and the cockpit into one large unbeatable living area complimented by brilliant natural ventilation, protected cockpit lounge, and social helm seats putting the skipper in control as well as in the conversation. Best of all, you can enjoy what many cats compromise on…visibility – for the skipper and crew, with 360 degree views from the helm and saloon seats all within the protection of the fiberglass coachouse and targa top.
And then there's the sailing performance. Seawind puts performance before pure volume. Having the main beds above the bridge deck rather than in the hull, allows finer hull design which cuts through the water more efficiently and faster. The benefits of this are that you get to your destination faster and don’t become frustrated by the lag of performance after days at sea or in moderate to light winds.
The 41ft Seawind 1260 is a product of the best ideas, engineering and craftsmanship accumulated by the Seawind Catamarans team of expert builders and designers. With over 30 years’ experience in building high quality offshore cruising catamarans the 1260 combines the best of the company’s expertise and experiences into one of the world’s most practical and capable 40’ blue water cruising catamarans.
The Australian indoor/outdoor, open lifestyle is entrenched in this new design, with an unbeatable living area complimented with brilliant natural ventilation, protected cockpit lounge, and social helm seats putting the skipper in control as well as in the conversation. Best of all, you can enjoy what many cats compromise on …… “visibility”‘ for the skipper AND crew. with 360 degree views from the helm and saloon seats all within the protection of the fiberglass coachouse and targa roof.
Twin helm positions are a must have for any true sailor, the Seawind 1260 offer the perfect balance between excellent 360 degree visibility and total protection from the weather in any conditions, whilst always offering the skipper full control and comfortable navigation around the cockpit.
ALL controls are at your fingertips and use Seawind’s refined short handed sailing optimization system to provide ultimate control from the helm, avoiding the need to go forward for virtually any task! When attempting long ocean passages with friends and family, this type of safety and design practicality gives owners confidence not only in their boats ability but also for the safety of themselves and their family.
Overall Length - 41'
Beam - 22' 3"
Draft - 3' 8"
Displacement - 18,077 lbs
Diesel Saildrives - 2 x 29 hp Yanmar
Fuel - 126 US gal
Fresh Water - 185 US gal
Steering - Twin Helms Cable Steering
Underwing Clearance - 2' 6"
Mainsai - 707 sq ft
Jib - 307 sq ft
Screecher (optional) - 296 sq ft
Spinnaker (optional) - 1,238 sq ft
– Sidestays 3/8" (10mm) 1 x 19 Dieform wire
– Diamonds 5/16" (8mm) 1 x 19 Dieform wire.
All fitted with turnbuckles and T-ball end fittings.
– Genoa halyard: 8 mm Spectra rope. Heavy duty shackle.
– Topping lift: 10 mm rope, Heavy duty shackle.
– Spinnaker Halyard: 12mm rope with snap-shackle spliced to end.
The Multihull Source offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.
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