This stunning 88-foot catamaran is born from the drawing board of the famous Naval Architect Jean Jacques Coste and is far more than just an idea on paper. The aluminum hull is already finished to a high standard and was overseen by Beureau Veritas. A skilled team of workers is ready to finish her to the tastes and wishes of her owner. Thanks to built-in recyclable Sealium aluminum, the BLUE COAST 88 is eco-friendly and shows very low emissions; her power consumption is less than 40 percent that of a monohull in the same size range. The efficient sailing plan allows for reducing even more the emissions with the possibility to sail in silent mode for hours.
With accommodations for up to eight guests, she features a master suite on the main deck with three guest staterooms below deck making her ideal for families. She offers a level of comfort usually seen motor yacht, but with the pleasure of a sail yacht. Her performance under power is at a high level in high speed, as well as cruising speed for long-range passage making. The total width of the yacht is contained in reasonable proportions in order to reduce structural efforts and permit access in most marinas.
|LOA||88' (26.82 meters)|
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Northrop & Johnson Yacht Broker Sean McCarter has worked in the marine industry for more than 15 years. He has experience skippering both sail and motor yachts as well as a deep-seated passion for racing. He also has a bachelor’s degree in applied marine science.
Sean circumnavigated the world twice, and during the Clipper Race in 2014 made global news headlines for rescuing a crewmember who went overboard in a storm in the middle of the North Pacific.
Sean is currently a race skipper and project manager for several international race campaigns in addition to working as a yacht broker for Northrop & Johnson in the Palma office.