Custom built SL33 Cat
200,000 | Auckland New Zealand
- Make Custom built
- Model SL33 Cat
- Year 2012
- LOA 39ft/12m
- Class Performance Sail
- Hull Carbon Fibre
- Keel Multi-Hull
- Rig Sloop
- Ancasta Ref 33233
- Name Stratis
Overview"Stratis" is the works SL33 ft catamaran run by Doyle Sails and designed by Morrelli and Melvin.
12.6m in length and constructed of carbon fibre, it has a top speed of close to 40 knots and the new foiling package enables foiling upwind.
This boat represents a highly attractive, turn-key option for owners wishing to experience the thrill of foiling and high speed sailing.
During the2010 America's Cup and development of the 2013 AC72 Rule, Morrelli and Melvin worked with SL Performance Race Boats GmbH in Germany to design the SL33 high performance catamaran. All-carbon and extremely high-performance, these boats are designed for Elite class racing
SL 33 Features
The SL33 is less than 10m long
It is 5.4 meters wide and weighs 850 kg
The rig is fully demountable in two places
The hulls and beams are constructed of Epoxy carbon fiber prepreg and Nomex honeycomb core
Curved carbon fiber daggerboards and dagger rudders are designed for peak performance across all wind ranges
Curved airfoiled beams reduce drag and fit into hull with special sleeves
Fold up carbon fiber racks make the SL33 easy to park
Easy to transport and assemble.
Spars & Rigging
Carbon fibre mast and boom from Hall Spars.
Rotating wing mast configuration with single spreader and outboard stays.
Extended bowsprit length from OD format.
Mast length - 16m
Main Area - 58 sqm
Jib Area - 20.5 sqm
Gennaker Area - 75 sqm
Full running and standing rigging package supplied with the boat, using appropriate materials throughout.
Doyle Stratis inventory.
Doyle Stratis mainsail - 2015
Doyle Stratis Jib - 2016
#1 Code 0 - 2015
#2 Code 0 - 2015
New trampoline - 2016
New foil package in 2017
Board and rudder integrated rake controls
Harken winch and hardware package.
Everything required to enjoying the thrill of foiling at 40kts.
Board cases updated in 2017.
Floating dock with water pump new in 2014.
assorted board and sail covers.
Spare basic hardware and lashings.
Simple safety equipment.