The Seawind 1170 has fantastic natural ventilation due to the large front opening Saloon windows, removable helm windows and trifold cockpit doorway. With the door secured safely into the cockpit roof when open, unrivalled open space is available for entertaining guests, unrestricted views and general living. With 6’5″ headroom throughout, the 1170 has generous accommodation space for a 39 ft catamaran
We see modern day cruising catamarans getting larger, but at 39 foot this compact Category A cruiser is built to take you anywhere and at the perfect size for a couple or small family to start a sailing adventure. With carbon reinforced foam core structure throughout, the Seawind 1170 is built with safety in mind. Practical deck layouts for short handed sailing and a stiff construction, this boat is cabale to take you where you want to go…
A feature we have on all out Seawind models. Not only do twin helm stations offer excellent weather protection and safety, they also give you direct line of sight visibility on all four corners of the boat from either helm. On a slingle flat level, the skipper can easily switch from helm to helm whilst remaining amongst the action with your family, guests or crew for which you are responsible for whilst onboard.
The multifunctional saloon area with rotating table offers excellent working space for those that need to check-in with business or other communications. Combined with a large navigation desk, the boat comfortably accommodates multiple work stations for when you need to connect.
Sailing performance was paramount to the design brief with the hulls being optimised for offshore cruising. Engineering is from world renowned Gurit of New Zealand, meeting full Category A conditions and manufactured using best practice techniques. Resin infusion throughout with extensive use of Carbon reinforcement in high load areas, vinylester resin for all hull laminates increasing structural properties and anti-osmosis protection.
The Seawind 1170 base specification is blue water capable with 2 x large fuel tanks (520L total) a large central water tank (500L), twin inboard 29hp inboard diesels and ample storage throughout. Optional large solar arrays and lithium battery banks further build on the self sufficient capabilities of the boat for people wanting to go off grid.