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Seawind 1260

Sailing Catamaran

The award winning design of the Seawind 1260 lends itself to the Australian indoor/outdoor lifestyle. Easy to sail with twin helm and self tacking headsail.

From $750 - $1405 AUD per night
* Based on a 7 night charter

Description

Seawind 1260 - 'Pirate Pete'


Be one of the first to sail the newest Luxury Catamaran from the Seawind stable. The "Australian designed and owned" Seawind 1260 has just been named "Best Yacht under 50ft in the world" in the International Cruising World Magazine 2019 awards. Combining the best elements of sailability, luxury, comfort, practicality and Australian design, you will not only cruise in style but out sail every other boat to the best  Whitsunday anchorages.


The 41ft Seawind 1260 is a product of the best ideas, engineering and craftsmanship accumulated by the Seawind Catamarans team of expert builders and designers. 


The Australian indoor/outdoor, open lifestyle is entrenched in this new design, with an unbeatable living area complimented with brilliant natural ventilation, protected cockpit lounge, and social helm seats putting the skipper in control as well as in the conversation.


Best of all, you can enjoy what many cats compromise on "visibility" for the skipper AND crew. with 360 degree views from the helm and saloon seats all within the protection of the fiberglass coachouse and targa roof.


Twin helm positions are a must have for any true sailor, the Seawind 1260 offer the perfect balance between excellent 360 degree visibility and total protection from the weather in any conditions, whilst always offering the skipper full control and comfortable navigation around the cockpit.

Testimonial

...¡­.And now we cross live to Darcy Doogan reporting from downtown Albany on the South Coast of Western Australia where he is putting the finishing touches to his story "Life on board, Serengeti" a mockumentary encompassing a day or two in the lives of the crew on Cumberland Charter Yachts, Serengeti. Thanks for that Tracey, and its good morning to you all. I have followed the crew of Serengeti for the past few weeks and am sad to say, it is finally drawing to a close. I have been lucky enough to be a fly on the wall whilst this particular group have been on board this wonderful vessel and have seen them potter about The Whitsundays without a care in the world­. Although something of particular concern each morning was the refilling of the deck esky ¨C and boy. . . . did the girls get snaky when on one morning, only the beer stocks were replenished. The group would often meet on the back deck and over breakfast discuss the days plan of action. Once decided Serengeti was pointed in the right direction and off they went. On the odd occasion, lunch or tea was prepared en route and this was made much simpler and far more enjoyable by the galley being on the same level as everyone else. Something that was important to this crew who didn't want to miss out on a thing. Seven people (and one plastic mermaid) called Serengeti home for 8 nights and for some, it was better than home. Dean, the resident single aka The Roach, had an extremely comfortable bunk that must have been absolute heaven for him having observed him in his natural, roach©\like habitat here in Albany. Cumberland Charter Yachts are the ¡®Choice Charter Company¡¯ for this crowd who vow and declare to return when babysitters, funds, holidays, work and the planets align . . . Looking forward to getting back to base to put this story to bed . . . so until then Tracy it¡¯s back to you. This is Darcy Doogan filing this report from Albany, Western Australia¡±.
...¡­.And now we cross live to Darcy Doogan reporting from downtown Albany on the South Coast of Western Australia where he is putting the finishing touches to his story "Life on board, Serengeti" a mockumentary encompassing a day or two in the lives of the crew on Cumberland Charter Yachts, Serengeti. Thanks for that Tracey, and its good morning to you all. I have followed the crew of Serengeti for the past few weeks and am sad to say, it is finally drawing to a close. I have been lucky enough to be a fly on the wall whilst this particular group have been on board this wonderful vessel and have seen them potter about The Whitsundays without a care in the world­. Although something of particular concern each morning was the refilling of the deck esky ¨C and boy. . . . did the girls get snaky when on one morning, only the beer stocks were replenished. The group would often meet on the back deck and over breakfast discuss the days plan of action. Once decided Serengeti was pointed in the right direction and off they went. On the odd occasion, lunch or tea was prepared en route and this was made much simpler and far more enjoyable by the galley being on the same level as everyone else. Something that was important to this crew who didn't want to miss out on a thing. Seven people (and one plastic mermaid) called Serengeti home for 8 nights and for some, it was better than home. Dean, the resident single aka The Roach, had an extremely comfortable bunk that must have been absolute heaven for him having observed him in his natural, roach©\like habitat here in Albany. Cumberland Charter Yachts are the ¡®Choice Charter Company¡¯ for this crowd who vow and declare to return when babysitters, funds, holidays, work and the planets align . . . Looking forward to getting back to base to put this story to bed . . . so until then Tracy it¡¯s back to you. This is Darcy Doogan filing this report from Albany, Western Australia¡±.
Craig -
Chartered Seawind 1260 08/08/2010
Boat Layout

inclusions

Type: Sailing Catamaran
Length: 41.0 feet
Beam: 22.4 feet

Specs

Engines: Twin Yanmar
Furling Sail (s): Headsail
Steering Type: Wheel
Water capacity: 700 Litres
Fuel capacity: 480 Litres

Galley

  • Refrigeration (130 Litres)
  • Freezer (60 Litres)
  • Oven
  • Deck BBQ
  • Microwave

Comforts

  • AM/FM Radio
  • iPod Dock
  • CD Player
  • TV/ VCR
  • 240 Volt Power: Yes: Small Inverter
  • Fans
  • Air Conditioning
  • Bimini
  • Deck Esky
  • Deck Shower