Length: 19.8 m
Beam: 9.8 m
Mast: 26 m
Draught (daggerboards up or down): 2.2 m – 3.5 m
Cruising speed: 10 knt under sail / 8 knt on engin
Max sailing speed: 25 knt through the water
Year of construction: 2012
Builder: Alibi Catamaran
Architect: Loïc Goepfert
Materials: GRP / Carbon
Engines: 2x Yanmar 75 hp
Diesel fuel consumption: 5 l/hour/engine
Water maker 200 l/hour
Guest cabins: 3 Queen + 1 V-berth for children
Number of guests: 6 + 2 children
Number of crew: 3
Tender: 3.5 m + 20hp
2 x 2 seater kayaks
Snorkelling gear (flippers, masks, tubas)
Diving gear on request
With a practical modern interior, the boat is easy to move around and the fittings are cleverly de-signed. The living spaces are spacious and bright open to the exterior, such as the saloon, which has an all-round view and extends outdoors into the cockpit offering a shaded lounge space. The galley is midship, which means that the guests can interact with the chef. Meals are taken in the saloon, inside, or in the shaded cockpit.
6 guests can live aboard La Surprise, in the comfort of 3 large double cabins with en suite shower rooms. A 4th cabin can accommodate 2 children or 1 adult. For a day outing,
La Surprise can cater to up to 20 guests.
On tailored cruises, La Surprise’s helpful crew includes a captain, a first mate and a chef, ready to respond to their guests’ requests.