Balance Catamarans
Balance Catamarans

The Story

The Balance 620 is our stretched, ultra high speed version of the Balance 526. She will consistently average 12 to 14 knots under sail and often exceed 20 knots. She sports dual dagger-boards, foam core hulls and furniture and is heavily carbon reinforced, with spray finished epoxy hulls and decks. She is far lighter, stronger and faster than any production catamaran currently marketed in this size and price range. She is a highly sophisticated yacht that can be configured in a range of ways and outfitted to any level of customer desire.

previous arrow
previous arrow
next arrow
next arrow


Base, sail away price for the Balance 620 begins at $2,499,000 FOB our South African Factory. For a full list of standard 620 equipment and a detailed options pricing list, please click here.

Overall Length

62.01ft / 18.90m

Waterline Length

53.38ft / 17.39m

Beam Overall

28.05ft / 8.55m

Draft (Daggerboard Version)

9.06ft / 2.76m

Draft (Keel Version)

5.25ft / 1.60m


1280 ft2 / 119 m2

Air Draft

89.57ft / 27.30m

Bridgedeck Clearance

3.61ft / 1.10m

DISP (L/ship)

37,829lbs / 17,156kgs

Sail Area Total (100% Foretriangle)

2277 ft2/ 211.7 m2

Main Sail

1524 ft2/ 142 m2

Working Jib

641 ft2/ 60 m2

Yanmar 4JH80 x SD60

2 x 80 HP / 2×60 kW

Fuel Capacity

2×265 gals / 2×1000 litres

Fresh Water Capacity

2×200 gals / 2×750 litres

Black Water Capacity

2×20 gals / 2×80 litres

Asymmetric Spinnaker

3357 ft2 /312 m2


  • Each Balance 620 interior is custom configured to owner specification.
  • 3 Cabin Owner Layout with Crew
  • Standard With Crew
  • Standard Without Crew

Read What Experts Are Saying About Balance Catamarans

Want to learn more about Balance Catamarans? Read what experts from around the world have come to learn about the Balance series after test sails and inspections on these specials cat by visiting our media page.


“In addition to being a yacht of the finest quality, the new “Versahelm” design of the Balance 526 is so elegant, wise and functional one wonders why nobody thought to do it before…”

Multihulls Magazine



Have Questions?  Contact us!

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.