Seawind 1370

Light and nimble through meticulous design and advanced lightweight construction - but crucially, capable of being heavily loaded with the minimum of impact on performance, this cruising catamaran brings about a generational step forward in catamaran design. The 1370 is built to a well-defined balance of sea handling performance and live aboard comfort demanded by modern cruising sailors.

BLUEWATER CRUISING IN UNRIVALLED COMFORT

This all-new catamaran is equipped with all of the modern necessities, while employing true boatbuilding craftsmanship at every level.  The 1370 is fitted with exquisitely crafted carpentry throughout, complimented by a well balanced saloon that is bathed in bright natural light and ventilating airflow thanks to Seawinds famed Tri-fold door and essential fwd opening window system.  The comprehensively equipped galley comes standard with bar fridge, large 130l chest freezer, and an abundance of storage, making it ideal for extended cruising and responding to couples with varying needs for toys and equipment on their own unique voyage.

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THE PERFECT BALANCE OF PERFORMANCE & LIFESTYLE

Open-plan living, with saloon, galley, cockpit and helms all on one level, this catamaran boasts incomparable open living area.  But not content with ticking all of the boxes, the 1370 advances one step further with another Seawind first – the innovative new breakfast (or evening) bar with integrated seating.  It will make taking that first rest after a day of fast sailing a truly simple pleasure and serve as a coffee area in the morning when you’re ready to get going.  The 1370 includes an integrated cockpit BBQ  and sink, as well as foredeck and cockpit lounges.

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SAFE & PROTECTED HELMS

This single-level cruising catamaran boasts Seawind’s indispensable twin protected helms which offer skippers complete protection and 360 degree visibility. Sheets, reefs and halyards are all led aft to electric sheet winches at the helms making rough, offshore passages more comfortable and achievable from the safety of the dry and protected cockpit.

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