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Pacific Catamaran

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Pacific Catamaran

The Pacific Catamaran or Pacific Cat is a sailing catamaran capable of high speeds across open water.

Pacific Catamaran PC-19


Newport Boats and Mobjack Manufacturing began building the Pacific Cat PC-19 in 1960. It has a fiberglass hull with fractional sloop standing rigging and running rigging. This sailboat did not have a cabin but rather a well for the comfort and safety of passengers.

  • Length: 18.75 feet (5.72 m)
  • Beam: 711 inches
  • Draft: 2 feet 11 inches
  • Sail area: 267 square feet (24.8 m2)
  • Displacement: 540 pounds


Newport Sailboats

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