Designer Alan Carwardine, has always focused his designs on fast but comfortable boats.
His current range of sailing catamarans, the STEALTH series, is no exception with stylish lines, large open living areas and easy access to side decks and foredeck.
The under cover cockpit and the minimal areas opened to direct sunlight and air flow represent the best you will find.
With the added advantage of excellent vision from the twin steering stations, functional sailing systems set up for short handed sailing and a boat that is a pure pleasure to sail the STEALTH catamarans are a truly refined design for tropical and sub-tropical boating.
The word ‘performance’ is often abused but not with Stealth designs.
Royal Langkawi Regatta 2014 saw the Stealth 12.6 ‘Afterburner’ win its multihull division & the Malaysia Multihull Challenge cup
The Stealth 11.8 ‘Hurricane’ won 2013 Phuket King’s Cup for racing multihulls with sister ship ‘Java’ taking out 3rd place.
The Stealth 11.8 Hurricane won 2013 Phuket Multihull Regatta for racing multihulls and came very close to taking out the 2013 Phuket Race Week but had to settle for 2nd place with sister ship 11.8 Stealth, Java, coming in 3rd place.
The Stealth 12.6 ‘Sidewinder’ won the multihull racing division of both Phuket Race Week & King’s Cup in 2011 as well as the Malaysian Raja Muda in the same year. It continued its winning streak in early 2012 with the Phang Nga Bay Regatta.
By using 20% carbon fibre, modern building techniques and clever design features, Asia Catamarans can offer these designs at very competitive pricing.
The STEALTH 2011 designs
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Asia Catamarans has successfully launched the Grainger designed “Barefoot 40″ sailing cat.