'Mañana', a Woods Catamaran for sale
by Marcel H.
(Caribbean / Grenada)
'Mañana', a 37' Woods Catamaran in good condition.
This beautiful catamaran is very spacious and therefore a great place for a family for long term stay or to invite friends over for a great sail in the Caribbean and beyond.
The catamaran, which is based on a Richard Woods design, was built out of epoxy, red ceder wood and uses fiberglass in addition. This strong resilient material combination has proven its reliability and safety since the catamaran was built in 1993 in England.
When we overtook the catamaran in 2017, we continued (as the previous owner) investing into the catamaran (new solar panel new auto pilot 2017, new main sail 2018, two new engines May'19), so it is in a good shape and ready for sailing after we performed the two new engine installation.
We enjoyed our time in Europe, the transatlantic trip and the Caribbean with Mañana, but since we are not retired, we decided to let go and to get back into the regular work live.
Some other attributes of Mañana are:
37ft long, 20ft beam, 3 ft draft
2 water tanks (140 l 120 l)
3 batteries (1 Starter 65AH, 2 consumption batteries being renewed now in May'19)
2 Genoas with UV protection layer (cutter rigged sloop)
1 Main sail, battened, with a boom furling system
2 Anchors with 50m steel chain and about 45m line
2 Outboards each 9.9 horse power. Yamaha. Currently being replaced.
4 solar panels. Total around 500 watt
2 person dinghy with 4.5 horse power outboard.
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