Carbon sailboat HH50
catamarancruisingcruising-racing

carbon sailboat
carbon sailboat
carbon sailboat
carbon sailboat
carbon sailboat
carbon sailboat
carbon sailboat
carbon sailboat
carbon sailboat
carbon sailboat
carbon sailboat
carbon sailboat
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Characteristics

Number of hulls
catamaran
Intended use
cruising, cruising-racing
Materials
carbon
Appendages
twin keels
Rigging
carbon mast
Other characteristics
twin steering wheels, semi-custom
Overall length

15.2 m (49'10")

Description

Designed with the owner-operator in mind, the HH50 is a bluewater capable, fast cruiser with intelligent, yet simple systems. The HH50 will adhere to the principles of the HH Catamaran line - Morrelli & Melvin's world renowned design, lightweight, high-tech construction, and luxurious finish. For the sailor who’s serious about safety, speed, comfort, technology and style, the HH50 offers the best of all worlds in a compact, easy-to-manage package. The HH50 is robustly built and fully equipped to take you around the world, in comfort and style. Deck layout and sailing systems have been designed for short-handed sailing. Dual helm stations aft provide excellent visibility and allow the helmsman total sail control from either side of the boat. Push button mainsheet and self-tacking jib are standard. For those who wish to optimize performance, a powerful 753.5 sqft overlapping solent is optional. All line handling is done from the helm stations opening up the rest of the boat for living space. Like in the larger HH models, the HH50 will have curved “C” daggerboards with optional push-button controlled line drivers. Fully retracted boards will yield a draft of 4.92 ft (1.5m), allowing the boat to comfortably navigate shallow waters.

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