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Catalac 12M Hurricane Damage

I was going through my photo archive and came across these boat damage photos caused by hurricane Wilma in 2005. This boat in this photo is a Catalac 12M and was owned by Stephen and Janet Metcalf. 

As to what happened … the Down Easter monohull pictured below lost it’s mooring during Hurricane Wilma due to poor anchoring techniques. As she lost her mooring at the height of the storm, hurricane winds drove her into a very heavy Ferro cement boat. The rigging of the two boats became tangled and eventually the Ferro cement boat lost her mooring as well.…

Catalac 12M Information

Sold as Catalac 12M or Catalac 41

The 12M Catalac 41 is considered a limited production cruising catamaran designed for live aboard cruisers and perfect for passage making. The S/V Angel Louise, pictured above, completed an Atlantic crossing in July 2011 and back across again in 2014. Ed and Sue Kelly began the crossing from Brunswick Georgia and traveled to England via Bermuda and the Azores.

Catalac 12M cruising catamaran
Catalac 12M cruising catamaran

These boats offer a seven berth layout in spacious style with furnishing and trimmings to match. Designed for living in style Full standing 6′ 5″ headroom in both hulls and wheelhouse, and of course plenty of room when you sit down to your meal in the main saloon  making entertaining on the Catalac an absolute pleasure.…

Catalac 12M Catamaran Photos

I was going through my Catalac archive and came across these Original Tom Lack marketing photos of the 12 meter boat. Each photo has the Lack trademark on the back. I had a little trouble with color correction as they are 25 year old photos.

Catalac 12M catamaran
Catalac 12M catamaran
Catalac 12M catamaran
Catalac 12M catamaran
Catalac 12M catamaran
Catalac 12M catamaran

Catalac 12M Sales Brochure

Step aboard a 12m Catalac 41 and you know immediately that this is a most luxurious seven berth cruising catamaran. Everything is designed for safety, ease and comfort, whether you are sailing at 10 knots on a passage or have made your landfall and dropped your hook at that idyllic anchorage. Perhaps as that onshore breeze changes to an offshore one as evening approaches bringing with it the heat from the land, your Catalac becomes the focal point for a drink and a chat with friends or if you are cruising in company — an impromptu party or barbecue.…