In the NAUTITECH 40, the design team and star designer Marc Lombard have succeeded in redefining the living space of a cruising catamaran. Whereas in the past the deck saloon and cockpit lounge have tended to be separate worlds, here they have been combined – resulting in a completely new feeling of space. Based on the experience that daily life takes place in the cockpit, on a 40-foot vessel, either the cockpit lounge or saloon generally suffer from size limitations, but here, the two areas have simply been combined. This in turn has only been made possible with the help of a sophisticated tarpaulin system. As a result, dinners and parties will no longer be disturbed by wind or weather.
Panama is a diverse country between the Caribbean Sea and the Pacific Ocean, known for its canopied tropical rainforests and the cosmopolitan Panama City. Before you set off for San Blas, explore the city with its modern vibe and charming plazas filled with cafes and bars. Check out the historic Panama Canal or take a zipline through the rainforest.
These islands are home to and governed by the Guna tribe, which is indigenous to Panama. The are fiercely protective of the islands’ ecology and traditional customs. Sailors will delight in the serene cruising ground with remote beaches, quiet and secluded anchorages, untouched by chain restaurants or hotels.
You can plan short leg sailing here, giving plenty of time for swimming with turtles, snorkeling the great reef of Holandes or finding the perfect spot for a great beach barbecue.
LOTS OF SPACE MEANS LOTS OF FUN.
Climb down onto the net and enjoy the peace and quiet: that’s what some people like to do best – which is why we’ve made the net at the front especially big. Narrower hulls make sailing more fun – fun for everyone, which is always our aim.