L'Outremer 49 est à ce jour le best-seller du chantier OUTREMER YACHTING et constitue la nouvelle gamme Outremer.
Avec ce bateau, le chantier Français fait évoluer ses modèles emblématiques et propose tout ce qui a fait le succès des "anciens" Outremer en y ajoutant l'espace, les barres franches et la luminosité en plus !
Les coques sont de ce fait bien plus spacieuses et accueillantes que les anciennes générations. Ce superbe catamaran sur plans Barreau et design intérieur Darnet est une seconde main, N°6 de la série et dans sa configuration la plus belle : en version propriétaire (3 cabines + une cabine skipper). Salle de bain dédiée aux propriétaires, douche séparée, ... la synthèse parfaite du bateau marin mais qui ne sacrifie rien au confort.
Equipement complet pour la croisière hauturière en toute autonomie, un sans-faute et dans un état exceptionnel !!
- Dessalinisateur 100L/h
- Réfrigérateur + congélateur
- Machine à laver
- Génératrice Yanmar
- Electronique complet (radar, traceur, pilote, ...)
- Panneaux solaires 1040w !!
- Eolienne Silentwind
- Jeu de voile complet
Une unité prête à partir sans frais à prévoir ! Superbe. Bateau vendu HT.
English version :
The Barreau-designed Outremer 49 has become the benchmark yacht for couples and families who wish to cruise the world on a performance cruising catamaran. When 95% of the multihull market is filled by poor-sailing charter designs, it’s refreshing to know that a cruising catamaran can sail well while still being a comfortable liveaboard.
It takes a good design which includes: dagger boards (for shoal draft, reduced wetted surface, and good windward performance), adequate bridge deck clearance, a powerful and easily managed sail plan, strong but light construction, and narrow hulls.
The success of this design/build is evident by the number of these boats that have voyaged across the Atlantic and Pacific oceans, as well as the two-year backlog of orders for a new Outremer 51. This boat works. And, just like the Gerard Danson era Outremers, this Barreau design stays true to the mission of performance, safety, and simplicity.
Where it improved on the older designs is in livability. The large cockpit flows on one level, through a sliding door, into the salon/nav/galley area where ample vertical windows provide all-around views and exceptional light. The hulls are just wide enough aft for a queen sized berth and overall stateroom space that surpasses the space found on comparable length monohulls.
Storage space is “more than be should be filled” with huge bow lockers accessed through deck hatches forward of watertight bulkheads, deep bilges below the hull soles, ample cabinets in the staterooms and galley, and big storage lockers beneath cockpit seat.
Amaris” is hull No. 6 of the Outremer 49 series. She’s an owner’s version layout: the port hull is dedicated entirely to the owner and the starboard hull has two staterooms; one at each end with a head and separate shower stall in a passageway between the staterooms. Décor is tastefully neutral with American cherry wood complimenting white surfaces and off-white upholstery. She has enough options and equipment to comfortably cross oceans and cruise for extended periods of time “off grid” while retaining the simplicity and ease of maintenance knowledgeable cruisers recognize as critical to a successful cruise.
Important features include:
Carbon tillers with bucket seats plus steering wheel
Rigid bimini top
1040 watts of solar power
Silentwind wind generator
Yanmar 220V 6KW engine flange generator
Dessalator 100 duo watermaker
Mainsail, jib, furling gennaker, and code zero
Clothes washing machine
Four burner gas cooktop
“Amaris” did an Atlantic circuit with her original French owner and also cruised in the Med. Her current owner purchased this boat in July of 2013 and sailed across the Atlantic that winter. “Amaris” has sailed the Windward and Leeward Islands each winter and then stored on the hard each summer. “Amaris” is now dry stored at Spice Island Marina in Grenada and ready for her next owner.