The focus of this design is elegant performance. An offshore capable multihull which is easily controlled and operated by one person from the safety and comfort of a central inside helm station, featuring 360 degree views throughout the bridge deck. All lines (with the exception of the genoa/spinnaker sheets) lead to two electric reversible winches located either side of the helm. The genoa/ spinnaker sheets are handled by the two electric reversible winches in the cockpit (that can also be controlled remotely at the helm). Couples that have spent time cruising know how critical it is to be able to handle the boat easily while on watch without having to wake your partner, this is not possible on most current catamaran designs.
A properly designed and constructed catamaran can be a very fast, but only if it remains light and easily driven. This design has relatively narrow hulls with dagger boards, along with simple powerful rig. The high bridge deck clearance minimizes pounding in a seaway and greatly adds to the comfortable motion aboard while sailing. All systems are designed to be easily accessed and maintained, a critical feature on any true cruising sailboat.
The bridge deck offers indoor/outdoor living at its finest, with excellent sight lines while seated and standing, both in the salon as well as on the aft deck. While the inside helm is the control center of the boat, the large U-shaped galley is the heart of the boat and is located on the bridge deck across from the dinette with easy access to the aft deck. The galley features a bar, under counter fridge/freezer drawers, a large sink, a proper stove with oven, along with substantial counter space and storage.
The accommodations in each hull are configured to provide a generous aft cabin with a queen berth that is easy to get into from the foot of the berth, along with ample storage. Moving forward is a single midship berth (which makes an excellent sea berth or provides additional storage when not needed). Next is a large forward head compartment with separate shower stall. On the occasion you have additional guests the dinette also converts to a spacious double berth.
The market has seen an ever increasing demand for catamarans, particularly among sailors who have previously owned cruising monohulls. These buyers are looking for a catamaran that is well built offering: speed, comfort, and safety that is easy to handle while remaining a joy to sail. They also want a design that allows them to enjoy indoor/outdoor living (while underway and at anchor) in a way that is not possible on a traditional monohull. However, most catamarans on the market are designed and built for the charter market, which focuses on maximizing the number of berths and interior accommodations without concern of the adverse effects it has on sailing performance. The Razor Cat focuses on what experienced sailors are looking for in a performance cruising catamaran.
You can find out more about Razor Cat on www.razorcats.com .
“The Razor Cat is a combination of my personal experience cruising on my own performance offshore catamaran, as well as my 15+ year’s experience in the yacht sales industry listening to what my clients have been searching for in a cruising catamaran.
I am excited to be working with such a talented team to bring the Razor Cat to life:
Schionning Designs has been designing performance multihulls for over 25 years. Credited with over 400 boats on the water and cruising the world and zero failures on record, speaks to the success of their designs.
Pacific Seacraft has earned a reputation as a highly skilled builder of ocean going yachts, which they build with pride in Washington, NC USA.
I am confident that the Razor Cat’s innovative design, meticulous attention to detail, and remarkable build quality, will provide her owners many years of positive experiences on the water.”
Josh Hodgson – Anchor Yachts
Built to the highest yacht standards, utilizing foam cores with infused epoxy and e-glass.
Carbon fiber and Kevlar employed in high stress areas to ensure optimum strength while minimizing weight.
Electric reversible winches at helm station and on aft coaming
Electric line driver for mainsail traveler (controls at helm and cockpit)
Manual Line drivers for daggerboard control
Bamar GFM roller furler for jib / Self-tacking carbon jib boom
Code zero Bamar RLG Evos roller furling for genoa
Selden Aluminum mast
Leisure Furl furling boom
Stainless Steel 1x19 standing rigging
- square top main
- Furling Genoa
- Furling Jib
Full hardtop extending over aft deck solar array spanning salon coach roof
Bar with pass through to salon / galley area
Built in Kenyon grill station
Beverage fridge with glass door
Expansive comfortable lounging/dining area to starboard
Dingy davits lead to power winches to raise and lower dinghy
Outside steering available via removable tillers with throttle
Throttle controls on port and starboard side for docking
Central helm station with large sliding hatch overhead
G-Force captain’s helm chair
Sail controls at the fingertips of the helmsman
Jefa transmission steering system with carbon rudders and carbon wheel
Large U-shaped settee to starboard
Table on Pneumatic pedestal converts to large double berth
Undermount sink with modular accessories
Drawer refrigerators/freezers under counter
GN-Espace 5-burner range
Private Queen Berth Stateroom aft in each hull with generous storage
Head with separate shower forward in each hull
Vacuflush head systems
Single midship berth in each hull
Yanmar 4JH45 diesel engines with shaft drive
Flexofold 3-blade folding propellers
24-volt electrical system
LED lighting throughout
Victron inverter charger
Dual 30-amp shore power inlets (50 amp available)
AGM house and starting battery banks
Two B&G 12” MFD’s at helm station
B&G autopilot control head with Jefa drive
B&G multi-function speed/depth/wind
B&G 4G radar on mast mount
ICOM M-506 VHF
Carbon Furling Boom
Kick up carbon rudder system (allows for beaching and shallow water operation while motoring)
OceanVolt electric propulsion system (in lieu of twin 45 hp Yanmar diesel engines)
– 2 x AXC 20 electric shaft drive motor systems
– Polar DC 26KW DC generator
– Valence 17.5KWh Lithium battery bank
Northern Lights 7 KW AC Generator
Reverse cycle air conditioning/heating in each hull
Espar D5LC diesel force air cabin heaters in each hull
Spectra Cape Horn Extreme Watermaker
Offshore Cruising Tenders 350 carbon fiber tender
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.