The Gemini 105Mc is probably America's most popular cruising catamaran. This original owner boat has seen light use and excellent care and shows very well.
The Gemini is a very enjoyable boat to sail, with the centerboards down she has good performance to windward and with them raised you are able to get into secluded anchorages inaccessible to other yachts. With only 14' beam the Gemini is also able to fit into a marina slip, eliminating the need for an end-tie berth.
Lon Bubeck, CPYB
Cell (310) 291-5664
Sleeps eight in three staterooms and convertable dinette. Matched double (6'6" X 46") berth staterooms in aft of each hull. Main Salon in center of boat with chart area and storage to port, U-shaped dinette with seating for six to eight in center over bridgdeck and galley to starboard. Dinette converts to a double berth. Forward on port is the head/shower area with a folding plexiglass door seperating the shower area from the head. Forward on starboard is the master stateroom with a standard queen berth (6'6" X 5'4")over the forward bridgdeck area. Large polycarbonate windows provide ample light and give the interior an open and airy feeling. Teak and holly cabin soles and abundant teak trim provide a warm interior feel. Formica counter tops, moulded headliner and FRP panels make for low maintenance in the interior upkeep.
The gally features a four cubic foot Dometic 110V/propane refigerator with freezer, two burner propane stove with oven and broiler, built in microwave, and manual fresh water pump. There is a double stainless steel sink with pressure hot and cold water.
Ample storage for dry goods and kitchenware is provided under the galley counter and in cabinets opposite the counter area. There is counter top work surface on both the inboard side and outboard side of the galley, and a spice rack shelf above the sink counter.
Very roomy cockpit capable of seating 10 people if needed. Fiberglass pilothouse canopy covering 52" into cockpit. Two cockpit lockers, two large deck storage lockers aft of cockpit. 4 Four Bomar opening hatches with screens over master stateroom, head, and dinette. Two opening portlights in each aft cabin. Centerboards in each hull increase draft from 18" to 5', underhung, adjustable kick-up rudders.
The mast features a minimal fractional rig with a single adjustable back stay on a 1 ft. crane. The full battened, big head mainsail goes behind the backstay improving drive and reducing heel. There is a curved traveller track between the bows and forward of the headstay to be used with the 200% screecher. The track allows the headsail to be pulled to windward when sailing off the wind for better sail shape and performance. The mainsail has been up four times, the Genoa out twice and the screecher has never been used
In November on 2019 the outdrive leg was rebuilt and new bellows install, the heat exchanger on the engine was serviced and a transmission seal replace.
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