New Gemini Legacy 35

New Gemini Legacy 35

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Made in America since 1981, the Gemini Legacy has proven to be the most family-friendly performance cruising catamaran in the world, and the reasons are obvious;
o A 34 inch draft that allows the boat to be pulled up right next to a beach or anchored in small, protected coves.
o A 14 foot beam, which means the boat can be trucked anywhere in the country, hauled out of the water with a standard size travel lift and kept in a standard size marina berth.
o Costing no more than an average mid-size monohull, the Gemini Legacy 35 has more interior volume than most 40-foot monohulls.
o Fast, level sailing. Imagine moving along at wind speed with virtually no heeling. Your drink stays on the table and you stay comfortably reclined in your seat. Plus, with the upgraded engine option, you can get home quicker after sailing too.
o Fast, family friendly, easy to maneuver, and affordable.

The hull shape of Gemini Legacy 35 is still revolutionary in the multihull industry. The hulls are shallow and shaped much like a "teardrop" which requires little force to move them through the water yet it also provides a high load carrying capacity (450 lb per hull per 1?). The bridge deck has 39? of clearance at the bow. This, combined with the lack of pitching and wave making, translates to a comfortable ride with no heeling. Thirty-three feet long and with a beam of just 14 feet, the Gemini is large enough for serious cruising, comfortable enough to live aboard, had retractable daggerboards for upwind sailing and gunkholing in the shallows, and could fit snuggly within a conventional boat slip.
The new catamaran from the Gemini factory in Maryland is the cruising cat variety with the design emphasis on comfort and accommodations. The D/L of this design is 133.5, and the L/B is 2.52. The displacement is listed at 9,800 pounds, and that's not light even for a monohull 35-footer. If you consider that the Gemini has no ballast you can get an appreciation of just how much material there is in this boat.
The shape has been tested and proven in a wide variety of conditions... Surfing down 30? waves in the mid-Atlantic, sailing to Hawaii, or cruising down the Intracoastal Waterway.
All the reasons this boat has been an American Legacy since 1981. The Gemini Legacy 35 is the most successful cruising catamaran ever built.
Region
Queensland
Location
Sanctuary Cove QLD
Usage
Family, Leisure, Cruising
Year
2017
Designer
Gemini Maryland
Builder
Catalina Yachts USA
Length
34' 4" - 10.47m
Beam
4.3
Draft
0.86
Displacement
4
Hull Material
Fibreglass/GRP
Deck Material
GRP
Engine
15HP Yanmar Diesels with option to upgrade To Twin 30HP Yanmar Engines
Engine Make
Yanmar
Fuel Type
Diesel
Max Speed
The boat will sail at five to seven knots and will motor in that range as well. Twin 15 hp Yanmar diesels make the cat agile under power.
Genset
Option - 4.2kW Fisher Panda Diesel Generator
Fuel
56 g
Water
60 g
Galley
The galley of the Gemini Legacy 35 is exceptionally spacious. The storage and counter space easily rival that of a 45-foot monohull and even some 40-foot catamarans. A two-burner stove with oven and broiler, a two-sided sink with pullout spray faucet, a 3.8 cubic foot fridge with freezer, optional microwave, dedicated trash can holder and over 12 feet of stunning Corian counters make the galley of the Legacy 35 worthy of simply being called a kitchen!
Refrigeration
3.8 cubic foot fridge with freezer
Accommodation
The forward cabin on the Gemini Legacy 35 offers a multitude of options that allow you to configure the boat for your particular use. The cabin can be either a second head with a large storage area, a third double cabin or a 'crew cabin' configuration that combines the two. The aft cabin of the Gemini Legacy 35 is roomy and spacious with beautiful cabinetry for storage and over 6 feet of headroom. A 50-inch wide double bed with lots of light and air flow from two opening hatches.
Cabins
3 staterooms. The port hull has access to the owner's cabin with an athwartship queen berth that's raised, and it benefits from the forward-facing ports. The nav station with the electrical panel shares the port side as does a full head. The fore and aft ends of the starboard hull can hold either one cabin and a head or two cabins and no head, which means the only head aboard would be on the owner's side. Both are wet heads.
Shower
Full standing (composit moulded unit) shower
Toilet
2 with Optional Quiet Flush units
Air Conditioning
Optional
Dinghy
Optional
Ground Tackle
Electric Anchor Windlass optional
Electrics
240V
Nav Station Roomy with lots of storage and a well laid out electrical panel; this space is extremely functional and beautiful at the same time.
Electronics
Optional
Sail Inventory
Main Sail 386'
Roller Furling 270'
Mast / Rigging
Mast Height off the water 47'
Mast Length 40'5"

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