After the Outremer 51, it is time to say goodbye to the Outremer 5X. The last unit named “Big Five” was delivered early May to happy German owner Joern.


It is the end of manufacturing, but this iconic, award-winning 60 foot catamaran still has many lives to live, like many before her.

To name a few, there is the Outremer 5X We Explore made of flax fiber which won itself a podium at the last Route du Rhum.

She was also the choice of previous Volvo Ocean Race CEO Knut Frostad:



She is the remote office of Portuguese couple Ines and David and last but not least the home away from home to many families and couples around the world such as:

  • The Flanders family aboard Lia
  • Le voyage de Pom, French couple Dominique and Marie-Pierre
  • Biotrek Sailing, Pierre and Lisa, participants of the Grand Large Yachting World Odyssey
  • Sailing Surya, a family of 4, also participants of the Grand Large Yachting World Odyssey
  • Vitia, a French family also taking part in the Grand Large Yachting World Odyssey, whose story you can hear about below.

  • And many more…


She is the symbol of the art of living at sea, of freedom and escape. We are proud to see this emblematic boat continue its journey towards new horizons, with an owner who will surely give her all the attention she deserves. Thank you to all the owners and crews of the Outremer 5X for having written with us the most beautiful pages of the history of this model.

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20 May, 2024

O’Week and O’Cup 2024: a look back in pictures!

Since the introduction of Outremer Week in 2018, around 1,000 owners of Outremer catamarans have been trained. Once again this year, almost 100 owners gathered at La Grande-Motte from 12 to 17 May for this new edition of O’Week.

17 May, 2024

Training at Outremer: dive into the heart of the O’Week Spring 2024

From the 12th to the 17th, we welcomed our future owners for a week of training and sharing. Between manoeuvres, sailing sessions, marine weather, medical care, motorisation, electronics and safety at sea, our participants acquired invaluable skills.