With her powerful sail plane, and elegant Italian finishes the C-Catamaran 37 is the perfect blend of form and function. Each C-Catamaran is built to order by the legendary Comar Shipyard in Fiumicino, Italy. Comar was the first Italian Shipyard to embrace modern construction methods and materials back in the 1960’s.
The C-Catmaran 37 is the legendary brand’s first foray into multihulls space, and an instant success. Each boat is hand built to the client’s exacting specification. The harmonious blend of old world craftsmanship and the latest technology in shipbuilding has created a boat that is not only fast and fun to sail, but also a safe, secure, and comfortable platform for cruising.
The hulls were designed by legendary naval architect, Marc Lombard, to have very narrow entries into the water, reduced wetted surfaces, and weight saving measures through the use of infusion of epoxy resins, quadraxial fiberglass, and high tech foam coring. Every effort was made on the C-Catamaran 37 to keep the weight central on the boat to create sailing and more comfortable catamaran. This was accomplished by placing heavy equipment, such as the engines, as close to the center of the vessel as possible.
The C-Catamaran 37 has been designed to be unsinkable with 4 watertight compartments, two forward and two aft. The decks onboard the boat are kept neat and tidy, reducing any tripping hazards, and all of the running rigging is run back to the cockpit.
The downfall to almost all catamarans under 40ft is their livability. C-Catamarans succeed in creating an extremely comfortable and accommodating exterior and interior layout onboard the boat. There is a natural flow from the cockpit to the salon, and sleeping quarters. The kitchen and cold storage is more than adequate for the weekend getaway, or longer trips to the Bahamas and Caribbean. She is a truly a pocket cruising catamaran. Another huge differentiator of the C-Catamaran 37 is the ability to have a 2 cabin, 3 cabin, or 4 cabin layout. Making her the ideal boat for a couple, a family, or a sailing school/charter operator.