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The Gemini 105 Mc A Traditional Catamaran Design for New Times

Published on 01 june 2010 at 0h00

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10.5m long, beautiful accommodation, all this from a builder with recognised experience: here is the Gemini 105 Mc, a cat which is as comfortable taking you on a weekend trip, as on a sabbatical break...

The Gemini 105 Mc is a sailing cottage. Like a land cottage, it is cozy, comfortable, and sound. For multihull sailors, this 10.5 m (35 ft) catamaran gives great value in a modestly sized catamaran with a modest price to match. It is very clearly a boat design aimed at the owner, one who may want a boat for weekend and vacation cruising, or for a sailing couple on that extended cruise, the dream of a life time. For either, the Gemini is a successful design with three decades of experience in its pedigree.

Test Gemini 105 MC

The Gemini is an out-of-the-ordinary boat: in thirty years, more than 1,000 examples have been built.

The Deck Layout

The Gemini 105 Mc has a hard deck fore and aft. The bows extend about a foot beyond the fore hard deck. A foresail traveler and other sail controls occupy the space ahead of the forestay. A fiberglass deck extension forms a bowsprit that holds the anchor and is an attachment point for the forestay that holds a furling genoa. The foredeck is stepped. The step up creates space over the master berth that spans the bridge deck, and the salon. The cockpit contributes significantly to the living area on the boat. Few other catamarans of any size do so much ...

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