The best sailing catamarans in the world? Look at OQS from the neighbours of Swan and Baltic.
If you want the best of the best for a sailing yacht where would you start looking?
Surely Swan and Baltic would be on your radar. We all know that no one build yachts in composite of higher quality than our world famous friends in Finland.
But if you want the same quality in a catamaran where do go? You can go nowhere except until now when OQS just down the road from Baltic and Swan is producing what must be the finest multihull ever built. At Scandinavian Marine we are proud to be representing OQS i Northern Europe.
Ocean Explorer C-60 is designed by renowned racing yacht designer Germán Frers with interior styling by Estonian Meelis Press, this outstanding catamaran offers 60ft of substance and style. From the vacuum infused rigid hull, which provides speed with the ultimate in comfort, to spacious accommodation for up to eight people and enough solar panels to power all essential systems, the Ocean Explorer C-60 commands a space, all of its own.
The Ocean Explorer C-60 successfully treads the line between the sublime offshore cruising set and the performance race boat. The result achieved is minimal compromise between race numbers and cruising comfort and style. To the port and starboard of the aft entertaining area, sit two helm stations – each fully equipped with navigation equipment, a wheel and bow thruster joystick to enable fast and efficient steering.
The fore of this luxurious catamaran boasts a highly specialized system of Harken rigging; a self-tacking jib, and a number of motorised winches on the sail ensure that a crew of just two could navigate the Ocean Explorer C-60 to victory.
There is also a clever system of lines, which run under deck to ensure safety and simplicity with no tangling. The mast is stiff and light, of carbon construction by leading catamaran rig manufacturer Lorima, and is complemented by a North Sails sail wardrobe.
Please contact us if you want to know more about this sensational multi hull.