Voyage 580 (Caribbean)

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Asking: $525,000 (USD) Location: Tortola, VG (Caribbean)
S/V Pelican is a Tortola, VG based 2002 Voyage 580 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.

Voyage Catamarans have a well-deserved reputation for being well-built bluewater capable catamarans.As with most catamarans built in South Africa, they have a solid construction and utilitarian design.

This particular Voyage 580 is a tried and true charter vessel that has been operating in the Caribbean for many years.It has a history of being a proven money-maker as a 6-cabin boat that can accommodate up to 10 guests and 2 crew.

The 580 is a spacious and comfortable platform specifically designed to keep guests happy. Each of the guest cabins has an ensuite electric head and shower.

This yacht underwent a fairly recent extensive refit and is constantly updated. She got new engines in 2017 and new generators in 2019. The boat is set up with ample refrigeration including a full chest freezer, multiple 12V refrigerators, and a Dometic electric chest cooler. Electronics include a comprehensive Raymarine electronics package with a Seatel radar.

The yacht boasts a 15′ center console inflatable tender with a new 70hp Yamaha outboard.The dinghy is hoisted on board via Voyage’s trademark boom lift and rests securely in a cradle on the stern platform. This vessel is fully outfitted with everything necessary to run a high-volume charter operation.

Recent Updates

  • - New Mainsail and Genoa
  • - New 105lbs Mantus Anchor with 240ft of 10mm chain
  • - New Rainman 40g/h Watermaker
  • - New Navigation electronics and radar
  • - New Inverter / Charger
  • - New Dishwasher
Catamaran Name:S/V Pelican
Year Built:2002
Builder:Voyage Yachts (South Africa)
Designer:Simonis & Voogd
Loa:59.5 ft
Lwl:54 ft 9 in
Beam:31' 0"
Draft:5' 6"
Displacement: 39600 lb
Mast Height:85' 0"
Speed:10 knots
Cabins: 6
Heads: 6
Engines:2 x Yanmar 4JH3-TE 75 hp

Layout Diagram

Catamaran Inventory


  • Keel: Fin Keel


  • Length Overall: 59.5 ft
  • Max Draft: 5' 6"
  • Bridge Clearance Measure: 85' 0"
  • Beam Measure: 31' 0"


  • Total Power: 150
  • Engine Brand: Yanmar
  • Engine Model: 4JH3-TE
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Engine Power: 75 hp
  • Total Power: 150
  • Engine Brand: Yanmar
  • Engine Model: 4JH3-TE
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Engine Power: 75 hp

Recent Updates / New Equipment

  • Pelican had these items replaced or upgraded in 2022 / 2023:
  • New main sail and Genoa
  • New 70 hp dinghy motor
  • New 105# mantis anchor w/ 240 feet10mm chain
  • 10×10 bote inflatable dock and 6 bote deck chairs
  • 2 new paddle boards
  • 3 person towable water toy
  • New 105 liter dometic cooler in the cockpit
  • New touch screen chart plotter
  • New radar
  • New auto pilot
  • New Rain Man watermaker 40 g/h
  • New inverter/charger
  • New 24v charger on engine
  • All lightingchanged out to LED cockpit, salon, and cabins
  • Rewired Mastlights and antenna
  • Complete service of engines / sail drives and both generators
  • Bottom Paint
  • New mattress pads, pillows, and linens
  • All new interior art and decor
  • New cockpit shades
  • Recover cockpit cushions
  • Reupholster salon seating andstools/ navy blue
  • New range / oven
  • New drawer dishwasher
  • New londeck interior floor
  • Redo floor caulking
  • Painted interior and cockpit
  • Clean and paintbilges
  • Repaired leak in stbd water tank
  • Inspected and reseated all connections on the black water systems
  • New joker valves all around
  • 5 underwater scooters
  • Assorted snorkel gear

Manufacturer Provided Description

  • The Voyage 580 has been designed to be themost luxurious crewed charter catamaran in service, with a number of unique featuresincluding a cockpit fridge and wash basin, five en suite guest cabins, and separate crewcabins with separate head & shower / day heads. The galley up combines with the bar area,saloon, cockpit, and aft deck providing three entertainment area options, making for a unique, dynamic catamaran.


  • 1 x 200gal and 1 x 110gal Freshwater tanks (310 gal total)
  • 2 x 100 gal Aluminum Diesel tanks
  • 3 x 20 lb Propane tanks with dedicated locker and electric shutoff solenoid
  • 2 x 50 gal holding tanks
  • 2 x 40L Isotherm110V water heaters
  • 3 FW pumps
  • Accommodations
  • Charter Version Version (3/3): 5 guests Queens and 1 crew twin (total berths: 12)
  • 6 Electric Heads (Raritan Atlantes; New 2011)
  • 2 wet head showers; 4 dry showers
  • Hanging lockers in each cabin
  • Drawer storage in each cabin
  • 1- 16,000BTU & 3 x 12,000BTU Dometic Cruisair Air conditioning systems with climatecontrol panels
  • Overhead LED lighting in cabins with reading lamps at head of berths
  • Ventilation via deck hatches
  • Hatch shades
  • Cockpit cushions (Reupholstered 2023)
  • Large table in cockpit
  • L-shaped settee in saloon with large table (Reupholstered 2023)
  • 24V shower pumps in head


  • 2 x 75hp Yanmar 4JH3-TE Engines with SD-50 Saildrives (engines and sail drives new in2017)
  • Propellers: 3 blade fixed
  • Raw water sea strainers
  • Automatic bilge pumps in engine rooms and midship (4)
  • Manual bilge pumps in cockpit and aft companionways (4)
  • Emergency tiller
  • Morse cable throttle system
  • Hydraulic steering system
  • Dedicated Raycor fuel/water separators for each engine and generators


  • 9 kW Northern Lights Generator (8414hrs Dec 2023)
  • 6 kW Northern Lights Generator (7841hrs Dec 2023)
  • Inverter / Charger (New 2022)
  • 2 x 24V Mastervolt 50A Battery Charger
  • Mastervolt Control Display at Nav Desk
  • 50 Shore power cable
  • 110V Breaker panel at Nav Desk
  • 12 x 6V AGM House Batteries
  • AGM Starting Batteries: 2-engine, 2-genset
  • Battery isolation switches
  • Voltage Display and Ammeters
  • LED lighting throughout vessel
  • Interior and Cockpit courtesy lights
  • 24V fans throughout cabins and saloon
  • 3-Parmax freshwater pumps
  • Interior and Exterior waterproof 12V outlets
  • 24V Breaker panel at Nav Desk

Sails and Rigging

  • Pro-Furl furling system
  • Fully-battened mainsail with ball bearing luff cars (New 2022)
  • Furling Genoa (New 2022)
  • Quantum Sailbag with lazy jacks
  • Quantum Screecher Sail
  • Anderson Winches: 4 electric (80ST), 1 manual (60ST)
  • 1 two-part tackle on mainsail halyard
  • 1 topping lift
  • 3 reef pennants
  • 1 genoa halyard
  • 1 spinnaker halyard
  • clutches on genoa halyard, spinnaker and topping lift
  • clutches on reef pennant
  • 2 flag halyards
  • Navigation, running and mooring lights
  • Deck lighting

Galley and Salon

  • 4-burner stove top (propane) (New 2022)
  • Propane Oven (New 2022)
  • Dishwasher – drawer style (New 2023)
  • Magma Catalina III Propane Grill on Aft Stanchion
  • Propane tanks in dedicated propane locker (3)
  • 2 x 24V Refrigerators (Adler)
  • 24V Freezer with 2 cold plates (Adler)
  • 24V Cockpit Fridge (Adler)
  • Dometic 110V Cooler – 105L in cockpit (New 2023)
  • Rainman Watermaker – 40gph (New 2022)
  • Dual basin Stainless steel sink with large dish drying area
  • Separate Bar Area
  • Assorted dishware, cutlery, glassware and cookware
  • Ample storage space
  • 75 gal Yeti
  • Sink in cockpit Electronics
  • Raymarine Touchscreen Chartplotter (New 2023)
  • Raymarine AutoPilot with Remote (New 2023)
  • Raymarine Radar (New 2023)
  • Raymarine ST60+ Tridata and displays
  • Raymarine 1-70 Tridata displays at helm (2)
  • iCOM VHF at Nav Desk
  • iCOM Handheld VHF
  • Stereo Receiver at Nav Desk
  • Fusion Speakers: 4-exterior (waterproof)
  • Bose Surround Sound Interior Speakers
  • Wifi Extender & Router
  • VHF Antenna

On Deck

  • 15′ AB Center Console Inflatable Dinghy with fiberglass hull (incl. bow compartment,anchor, electric auto bilge pump, nav lights, upholstered seating and fuel tank)
  • 70-hp Yamaha 4-stroke outboard with dedicated start battery & racor (New 2022)
  • Large teak platform at transom with dinghy lift in boom w/ electric winch
  • Fiberglass deck with nonskid
  • Stainless steel, double wire lifelines/stanchions with protective sheathing
  • Hard fiberglass cabin top bimini above cockpit
  • Trampolines on bow
  • Hot/Cold Deck Shower with stainless steel fixtures
  • Underwater Lights
  • Rain/Sun shades in cockpit
  • Ground Tackle
  • 105# Mantus Anchor with 240ft of 10mm chain (New 2023)
  • Fortress FX 85 Secondary Anchor w/ 10 Chain and 200 Nylon rode
  • Spare Fortress FX85 Anchor
  • Lofrans Progress 1500 W Electric Windlass with remote and dedicatedbreaker in port engine room
  • Washdown pump for anchor chain in forward locker
  • Cockpit Shades (New 2023)

Water Toys

  • Towables for dinghy – water skis, knee board, wakeboard, and tubes
  • 8 x SCUBA Gear sets and tanks
  • 5 x Underwater Scooters
  • 2 x 2-man Kayaks
  • 2 x SUP boards (New 2023)
  • Large floating 10’x10′ Bote Inflatable dock with 6 Bote Chairs (New 2023)
  • Full snorkel gear
  • Noodles and floats
  • Beach games

Safety Equipment

  • Life Jackets
  • High Water Alarms
  • Life Ring
  • Flashing Danbuoy mounted on aft stanchion
  • Flares
  • Smoke detectors
  • Noisemaker
  • Fire extinguishers
  • 2 x 6 pax Life Rafts mounted on deck
  • Compass

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Andrew @ The Multihull Company

By Andrew @ The Multihull Company

Andrew grew up sailing his father’s Hobie Cat and transitioned that into a long career as a USCG licensed captain in the yachting industry. Working his way up from his college years as a sailing instructor to a position as a private yacht captain aboard a Gunboat 57, he brings with him a comprehensive knowledge of catamarans and the cruising life. His career has taken him from his home waters of Cape Fear, through the waters of the Caribbean, Mediterranean, Central, South American, and the South Pacific Islands. During that time, he worked as a charter yacht captain and a professional delivery skipper specializing in catamarans. Andrew has operated a wide variety of multihulls, everything from old Lagoons to brand new Outremers and most things in between. This experience has given him an extensive first-hand knowledge of many different makes and models and a solid understanding of their various strengths and weaknesses.