Study Plans for the Sharpie Cat 42 Cruising Catamaran
The Sharpie Cat has hulls which may be called sharpies, but they are long, narrow, with very low wetted-surface, and they are seaworthy, unlike traditional sharpies.
The Plan is very spacious, with a large galley and saloon, and companionways at both ends to allow direct access between cockpit and foredeck.
Accommodations are for eight in four double cabins, with two full heads. This is not a luxury barge; this is a pragmatic, fast, live-aboard cruiser or “mother-ship” charter boat for kayaks or kite-surfers, etc.
The wing-mast is an inverted “L-Head,” with total controls for sale shape — essentially an articulated wing. Power can be twin vertically-retracting 4-stroke outboards, or small diesels.
Plans are very thorough, and although a major project, a dedicated family team could build this boat and retire to the ocean world.