Gold Coast 70 Wave Piercer (Caribbean)

Presented By Charles @ The Multihull Company

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Asking: $1,045,000 (USD) Location: Providencia, CO (Caribbean)
M/Y El Splendor is a Providencia, CO based 2014 Gold Coast 70 Wave Piercer Custom Catamaran For Sale By Broker
This catamaran owner requires financial settlement only. No trades.
Responses to inquiries may come from a broker, and this sale may include brokerage fees.


Goldcoast Wave Piercer

Custom designed and equipped for for the San Andres Islato Providencia, Colombia ferry route. This design provide a superior ride with excellent fuel efficiency for 71 passengers in airconditioned accommodations. Ready to be put to work and make revenue immediately. Perfect for any operation in the Caribbean or Central/South America.

Catamaran Name:M/Y El Splendor
Model:70 Wave Piercer Custom
Year Built:2014
Builder:Gold Coast Custom Yachts
Loa:70 ft
Beam:25' 0"
Fuel Tanks:2 (400 Gallons)
Heads: 2
Engines:2 x Cummings QSL9 405 hp

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  • Length Overall: 70 ft
  • Beam Measure: 25' 0"


  • Total Power: 810
  • Engine Brand: Cummings
  • Engine Model: QSL9
  • Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Engine Power: 405 hp
  • Total Power: 810
  • Engine Brand: Cummings
  • Engine Model: QSL9
  • Engine Power: 405 hp

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Charles @ The Multihull Company

By Charles @ The Multihull Company

At 12 years old Charles told his mom he wanted to live on a boat and that dream became a reality at 35 when he moved onboard a baby trimaran full time. Growing up in Greece and moving back to the USA for highschool and college, Charles has never veered far from the water. After a decade in the Florida Keys and the Bahamas, Charles is now based in Bocas del Toro Panama, living on his Shuttleworth catamaran. Charles has a deep understanding of ship systems and has been living off grid for over a decade, with a significant amount of shorthanded performance sailing. “There are few things I appreciate more than watching the eyes of a new owner light up when taking the helm of their new boat for the first time, or seeing a well-loved boat going to a great new home, and knowing I helped make that a reality”