Balance Catamarans
Balance Catamarans

The Story

Climb aboard the new Balance 442 and behold the boldly contemporary lines of our trend-setting high performance blue water voyager. Designed by World Champion catamaran racer Phillip Berman and Award Winning naval architect Anton Du Toit, the Balance 442 is blue water tough, fast as a gazelle, yet exceptionally easy to handle.  

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Specs

Pricing on the Balance 442 starts at $699,000.  Tooling for the new Balance 442 will commence in July and booking slots will be filled on a first come first serve basis. For a full list of standard 442 equipment and a detailed options pricing list, please click here.

Overall Length

44.29ft / 13.50m

Waterline Length

44.29ft / 13.50m

Beam Overall

24.93ft / 7.6m

Main Sail

813 ft2 / 75.6m2

Sail Area (100% Foretriangle)

1,205 ft2 / 112.0 m2

Draft

Boards Down: 7.05ft / 2.15m

Air draft

65.65ft/ 20.01m

DISP (L/Ship)

23,704lbs / 10,750 kgs 

Yanmar 3YM30AE x SD25

2× 29 HP / 2×22 kW

Fuel Capacity

2×106 gals / 2×400 liters

Designers

Phillip Berman and Anton Du Toit

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Layouts

  • 3 cabin owners version. Owner master berth starboard forward, owner master shower aft. Queen berth forward on port side with double bed aft. There can be one or two heads on port side, depending on customer choice
  • 3 cabin owner version with office to port. Owner master berth to starboard forward, owner master shower aft. Queen berth forward on port side, with single berth/office combination aft.
  • 2 cabin double owner version, where both port and starboard hulls are private owner suites.
  • Four cabin two head version

Read What Experts Are Saying About The 442

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

 

 

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

Multihulls Magazine

 

 

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