Seawind’s flagship, the Seawind 1600, was designed by famed naval architects Reichel Pugh for spirited, yet refined bluewater cruising. It’s superbly equipped and finished and should be high on the list of those looking for a modern 50 ft+, high performance cruising cat.
The decks of the Seawind 1600 are clean and easy to walk, with the dagger boards kept below deck and each controlled by a single continuous line run back to the cockpit. Her spacious cockpit features twin helms under her hardtop making life easier for the skipper as well as offering protection from the weather. The saloon features an eight person dining table, drop down television and built in surround sound. There is also a separate nav station with clear views through the windows. The spacious owner’s suite to starboard features queen bed and a bathroom with dedicated head and large walk in shower, while crew share two cabins on the port side, with the aft cabin convertible to double or twin beds, and a forward cabin featuring a king single.
The overall aim is for a level of construction, workmanship, equipment, fitout and style that surpasses any other comparable 50′ catamaran available in the market at this price range.