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TS50 CATAMARAN
one of the fastest cruising cats in the world. Perfect conditions, full refit 2013, sails trilam 2015. Vis NZ

Built in 2005 by Catlantech (France) and launched in 2006, the catamaran has been refitted totally in 2013.
She is actually located in NZ immediately ready to sail. owned by a couple and really easy to be sailed by two people. Single-handed can be done without any modifications.
On the left side, sailing with the gennaker and main sail during sails test after the refit in February 2013.
Sails 2015
Main sail: 92m2
Solent: 48m2
Storm jib: 27m2
Gennaker: 120m2
Rigging renewed in 2013 by Navtec. All rigging is in Kevlar and Dyneema, excepted the two rods that maintain the mast in lateral.
Stockers for solent and storm jib are Profurl Next 8.0 and 5.0 (2013).
Stocker for gennaker is Facnor.
All sheets are in Dyneema. Sheaves are Lewmar and Harken for high tensions.
Rigging renewed in 2013 by Navtec. All rigging is in Kevlar and Dyneema, excepted the two rods that maintain the mast in lateral.
Stockers for solent and storm jib are Profurl Next 8.0 and 5.0 (2013).
Stocker for gennaker is Facnor.
All sheets are in Dyneema. Sheaves are Lewmar and Harken for high tensions.
Sailing performances under normal cruising. Datas extracted from the logbook.
• Best 24h : 345Nm
• 11,2kn average to cross Atlantic from Canarias Islands to Barbados in April 2011 (with the old sails)
• 3020Nm done in 10 days crossing North Atlantic in June 2012 (with the old sails)
• 9 days and 17 hours from Cabo Verde to Antigua.
• 7 hours and 30mn from Nelson Harbour (Antigua) to Marigot Bay (St Martin). 13,3kN average speed.
• 18 days and 3 hours from Panama to Fatu Hiva (Marquesas islands).
Sailing performances under normal cruising. Datas extracted from the logbook.
• Best 24h : 345Nm
• 11,2kn average to cross Atlantic from Canarias Islands to Barbados in April 2011 (with the old sails)
• 3020Nm done in 10 days crossing North Atlantic in June 2012 (with the old sails)
• 9 days and 17 hours from Cabo Verde to Antigua.
• 7 hours and 30mn from Nelson Harbour (Antigua) to Marigot Bay (St Martin). 13,3kN average speed.
• 18 days and 3 hours from Panama to Fatu Hiva (Marquesas islands).


Sailing at more than 20kN, under main sail and solent, few minutes before overtaking our friends. Sailing at more than 20kN, comfortably seated and my wife taking pictures seated on the roof A general back view of the catamaran, we may appreciate the wide and the high under the nacelle. As used in couple, most of the time the boat is sailed under Autopilot, however she is very easy to sail with her hand rudders, comfortably installed in the rotating driving chair. These chairs are generally used during watch time outside, due to their upper position with a good general overview of the sea and sails.
Installation of the 7 new solar panels during the refit in 2103
Iridium Pilot’s antenna fitted on the bimini between the 2 solar panels
The center part is dedicated to the life. Well illuminated, cosy and comfortable, the dining table can easily receive 6 people and up to 8 using the two poufs.
All equipment for electronic, communications and sailing datas are concentrated on the right side. You can be seated in the pouf and control all sailing by one hand.
Watching bed available over the two poufs with an very easy access.
The center part is dedicated to the life. Well illuminated, cosy and comfortable, the dining table can easily receive 6 people and up to 8 using the two poufs.
All equipment for electronic, communications and sailing datas are concentrated on the right side. You can be seated in the pouf and control all sailing by one hand.
Watching bed available over the two poufs with an very easy access.
The kitchen will all facilities is situated with looking to the back side of the catamaran.
On port side a vaste and deep washing basin, with drying space. Hot and cold water. The microwave with grill is situated on the top side and a toaster at the entrance of the port side hull.
On starboard side, one of the fridge with deep freezer (the second one is located under the dining room), the gas cooking with 3 fires and the compulsory expresso coffee machine….
Upper side double cabin, situated on portside and isolated to the messroom by a blackout. Very comfortable cabin at sea (2.00 x 1.40m) with unbelievable view. Easy access to all facilities.
We have used this cabin during all long sailing, as it’s so convenient.
3 double cabins are available, and one single bed. 2 cabins are situated in each hull.
- Starboard side is dedicated to owner’s cabin. Shower in the forward part, an electric toilet situated near the dagger-board and bedroom on the back side, with TV, high density foam for the bed and blackouts to blind all windows on the hull.
- Port side cabin is situated on the back side, toilet and shower are situated near the dagger-board and forward part is dedicated to stock general stuff, spare parts and tools. Blackouts fitted in the cabin and corridor.
- Upper cabin is located in the nacelle, on port side of the dining table and can be isolated with a sliding blackout.
- Watching single bed is located in the nacelle, on starboard side, and upper the two poufs.
List of equipment:
General outside:
• The 7 winches are Antal: 2 x W60 used for Solent and Gennaker sheets; 2 x W48 used for main sail (sheet and traveler), dagger-boards and jib furlers; 2 x W48 used for storm jib, rotating mast, solent traveler and storm jib sheets; 1 x W60 fitted on the forward part of the mast for halyards and reefs.
• Blockers are mainly Lewmar and some Spinlock
• Sheaves for main sail and gennaker are 100mm Harken, 80mm Harken on travelers and jibs.
• Travelers for main sail and solent are Lewmar
• Anti-sliding paint (International Interdeck White) fully applied in 2013 (two coats)
• Lighting LED’s under the bimini (white and red) installed in 2013.
• 3 x High power spots installed on the back for the access and forward for anchoring. 2013.
Rigging, mast, boom:
• Wing mast from Lorima, in carbon, high 20m
• Boom in aluminium black painted, length 6m
• Pool for the gennaker, length 2m black painted
• Trampoline in polyester net 50mm, black with plastic bands to protect of wearing with cross beam and chain. (renewed in 2013)
• Rod rigging for the triangle maintaining the mast in lateral (renewed in 2013 by Navtec)
• Lateral rigging in Kevlar (renewed in 2011 by Navtec)
• Forward rigging in Dyneema: Structural Profurl Next 8.0 for the Solent and Profurl Next 5.0 for the jib. (Replaced all stainless rigging in 2013)
Sails (replaced in 2013):
• Main sail with 3 reefs, full batten in Trilam Spectra Dyneema, double taffetas, 92m2
• Solent in Trilam Spectra Dyneema, double taffetas, 48m2
• Storm Jib in Trilam Spectra Dyneema, double taffetas, 27m2
• Gennaker in Trilam Spectra Dyneema, single taffetas, 120m2
General inside (refit and relooking 2103):
• All the boat has been fully repainted after modifications with one coat of International Prekote and two coats of international Interlac Snow White
• Anti-sliding paint (International Interdeck Grey) fully applied in 2013 (two coats)
• All foam has been replaced in 2013 (high density foam for the dining and saloon, and foam with memory of form for cabins). Top of foam covered with Silvertex Carbon Grey
• Lighting in Led’s warm white IP68. 2013.
• Dining table done in Airex, all wood repainted with car paints and done in cabin. 2013
• 2 x Fridges and freezers Waeco Coolmatic CR – 110. 2013
• Expresso coffee machine, microwave and toaster installed in 2013 and connected to 220V
• Cooking plate with 3 fires working with Gaz.
• All stuff for cooking and eating (6 persons) is new and colors assorted to the new design of the boat
• All sheets for cabins and towels are colors assorted to the new design of the boat
• All plumbing renewed in 2013. Hot water in kitchen and both showers.
• All electricity and wiring redone and partially replaced in 2013
• 6 fans Helly Hansa 12V installed in 2013. Cabins and roof.
• TV Marine installed in Owner’s cabin (DVD’s reader and USB-HDMI)
• Stereo equipment Clarion Marine (3 speakers, one inside and two outside) with amplifier Clarion Marine 720W. Installed in 2103
Navigation and Com’s Equipments:
• Navigation Central Brookes & Gatehouse Hydra 2000 (sent to Simrad for general control and totally rewired in 2013.
• Second central available as spare (B&G Hydra 2000) and ready to be connected
• Autopilot hydraulic Brookes & Gatehouse Pilot 2000
• Second pilot (central unit and hydraulic jack+pump) available as spare and ready to be connected
• 3 displays FDD (two outside, one inside) and 3 pilot displays (two outside and one inside). The 4 displays outside has been controlled by Simrad in 2013 and the 2 displays inside are new
• Navigation computer dedicated to sail and coms. Hardware and screen are marine stuff. Software is MaxSea original with his dongle and OpenCPN which is a free software. Both are connected to the GPS and can be used separately. Worldwide maps compatible with both software.
• Simrad NSE12” (navigation and radar) installed outside in 2011. Radar is Broadband technology and maps are Navionics (North, Central and South America. Caribbean Islands. French Polynesia)
• GPS Furuno GP-32 replaced in 2102
• AIS Simrad NAIS 400 (emitting and receiving) connected to internal computer and to external NSE
• VHF DSC Simrad RD68
• 2 x portable VHF Standard Horizon RX760E (waterproof and floating) with hand free
• Iridium Pilot with 2 phones (cabin + navigation table). One phone in spare. Web access worldwide connected to the internal computer.
• Inmarsat mobile phone
Safety Equipment:
• Kannad Safelink EPIRB registered with the name of the vessel and battery valid up to 02.2017
• Bombard Coastal BIP conform with ISO 9650-2 (24h); Buy in 02.2013. Grab bag available.
• 2 buoys with flash light. 2011.
• Immersion Suit Cotten. 2011, never used.
• Immersion working suit Helly Hansen. 2012, never used
Electric General Equipment:
• Boat is working in 12VDC
• All wiring red-done in 2013
• 3 batteries GEL HAZE (replaced in 02.2013). Total capacity 600Ah.
• Converter 12VC – 220VAC – 3kW. 2013.
• Solar panels (3 x 110W and 4 x 80W) installed in 2013
• 3 regulators MPPT (1 x 40A and 2 x 15A). 2013.
• One set of 7 solar panels (3 x 110W and 4 x 80W) as spare. All NEW.
• 2 x boosters installed in 2011 Sterling 130A-12V
Propulsion equipment:
• 2 x Volvo Penta MD2-40F installed in 03.2011 (around 500h and 700h working hours)
• 2 x Z-Drive Volvo Penta, fitted with 2 x propellers (3 blades) Volvo Penta. 03.2011
• 2 x GO tanks Vetus installed in 2013. 135 litres each (One per engine)
• Starting batteries Optima Marine Blue installed in 2012.
Fresh Water Production and Toilets:
• Fresh Water maker DESSALATOR 100l/h - 12VDC. Installed in 2013.
• 1 x feeding pump installed in 2013
• 1 fresh water tank 210 litres.
• 2 x electric toilet (one Jabsco in 2011 and one TMC in 2013)
• 2 Electro Scan from Raritan Group (approved by US Coast Guard). Installed in 2011 on each toilet.
Pumps (all replaced in 2013):
• 2 x Bilge pumps in engine compartment connected to engine batteries
• 2 x High Flow Bilge pumps installed in center hull.
• 2 x automatic pumps for showers
• 1 x vacuum pump for changing oil of engines
• 2 x Rule pumps as spare for engine compartment and showers
Dinghy and HB engine:
• Dinghy 3D Tender inflatable with aluminium bottom 3,60m. 2011. Excellent condition.
• HB Tohatsu 18CV – 2 strokes. 05.2013. Brand NEW.
Fishing equipment:
• Fishing stroke fitted with Penn Senator 3.0 with lot of lures and equipment
• 2 x fishing gears with spares
Mooring Equipment:
• Windlass is Lofrans Project X3 1500W/12V. totally revised in 2013.
• 60m chain galvanized 10mm (chain replaced in 2011)
• 2 x 25m mooring line high quality. 2103
• 1 x 50m mooring line high quality. 2013
• 5 x inflatable fenders 1000 x 350mm
Spare parts and tools:
• A numerous quantity of spare parts is delivered with the boat (engine, electric, plumbing, sheaves, ropes, etc…..)
• And, as well, a full equipment for general repairs and maintenance (tools, electric portable machines, fiberglass and epoxy resin, etc…..

The boat has sailed around 21.000Nm with us since March 2011 with around 11.000Nm since the refit
We may say that the refit, with a full research of lighting the boat, centering the weights, working on the bottom side of the hull for a better hydrodynamic, the replacement of the sails by a high technology system, strongest for a very long life and reliability (sails are still like new) and lightest to save weight in the high, has totally change the comportment of the boat and make her, easy to sail in couple and very cozy and warm full at sea as on anchorage.

Year :
2006
Flag :
Français
Length :
15,25 m.
Beam :
8 m.
Draft :
1,40-2,80 m.
Mast height :
20
Keel / Centerboard :
Materials :
sandwich
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