The team at Outremer have been very busy developing the all new 45 model, and we now have some new images of the interior design by Franck Darnet. The Outremer 45 has already enjoyed overwhelming interest with orders stretching into 2015 already.
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- Special NPG gelcoat
- Vinylester barrier coating on the external skin
- Manual lamination of the hull/deck bond
- Laminated bulkheads assembled with flanges on both sides
- Polyester daggerboard cases: monolithic structure for higher strength
- Composite daggerboards
- Composite rudders on aluminum stocks
Positioned at the boat’s centre of gravity, the saloon provides comfortable living conditions both at anchor and at sea. At the same level as the cockpit, it provides a 360° view of your surroundings, whether you’re standing or seated, and creates an open and spacious living area.
- Panoramic window opening 170 cm (66,9”)
- L-shaped seating (5 people) + 2 mobile stools (optional)
- A night watch bench
- Wide accessible storage lockers beneath the seating.
- Numerous lockers and cupboards.
- Foam sandwich table with a wood finish : 135 x 81 cm ( 53.15” x 31.89” )
- 2 opening hatches up forward for ventilation
- Headroom: 2,0 m (6’6”)
The Outremer 45’s cockpit provides an exceptionally clear view across the sea. It is as safe as it is comfortable because it is protected in all manoeuvres and bad weather. At the same level as the saloon, once at anchor it naturally enables you to host numerous guests in the utmost comfort
- L-shaped 4 persons seating on port side
- Opposing bench seat for 3 persons
- Sunbath on starboard side deck
- Cockpit table for 6 persons
- Awning: central fixed companionway + Dralon awning on a stainless steel tubular structure (option)
- 1 Evo ST45 winch on the mast for the halyards (except main-sail) and the reefing lines
- 1 Evo ST45 winches on the roof for the mainsail halyard and jib sheet.
- 2 Evo ST50 winches in the cockpit for gennaker sheets, mainsail track, daggerboard, furler, dinghy
- 1 self-tacking jib track with ball-bearing jib car
- Quick-release clutches on deck and mast
- Quick-release clutches fitted under boom
- 4 mooring cleats
- Dyform stays and shrouds
- Shrouds triangulation in Monotoron
- Aluminium boom fitted with clutches for the reefing lines
- Wind vane
- Lazy bag and Lazy jack
- Jib furler
- Anchor light (LED)
- Masthead light (LED)
- Fully-battened mainsail in high-tenacity Dacron, 3 reefs
- Solent jib in high-tenacity Dacron, self-tacking on furler for ease of manoeuvrability when sailing short-handed.
- Mainsail – 70 m²
-Jib -37 m²
- Gennaker – approx. 90 m² (option)
- Spinnaker – approx. 120 m² (option)
- 30A quay charger
- Electric control panel with thermal circuit breakers + 2 x 12v cigar lighter sockets
- Voltmeter battery tester
- 2 x 12V, 70 A/h engine starter batteries with bipolar battery isolating switches
- 4 x 105 A/h service batteries with bipolar battery isolating switches
- 6 electric bilge pumps (2 per engine room + 1 per hull )
- 1000 w horizontal electric windlass. Note: the windlass is positioned in a way which allows the winch drum to hoist the mainsail halyard.
- Navigation lights (masthead, mooring) and decklight
- Large chart table measuring L 127 x 73 cm ( 4’2” x 2’4”)
- Opening for a laptop computer
- Ergonomic seat
- Electric multifunction control panel protected by thermal circuit breakers
- Panel for navigation electronics
- White / red reading light
- 2 opening hull hatches for compliance and ventilation
- 60 cm high stainless steel (or textile) stanchions, double row of guardrails, 2 jacklines
- 4 fire extinguishers - 2 forward safety trampolines
- Mooring : see options.