We are building an Easy Cat “Sarah”. These boats are designed by Peter Snell, who has been building multihulls for decades.
Our decision to build one of these followed our viewing of Sarah #1, which was built by Peter and Anne Snell as their personal boat. It was recently sold, and these photos were used in the marketing for that sale.
Obviously, they are more experienced than we are, so this is the benchmark that we hope to achieve in our build.
The profile of "Sarah", taken during its voyage to New Caledonia
Cockpit, at the back of the boat.
From the helm, the view, looking forward through the saloon
The forward deck
The saloon, looking from the starboard hull across to the galley in the port hull
From the last photo, turn left to see this view of the head. The head is large enough for a washing machine and shower
and then looking forward, here is the nav station, and through to the main cabin and wardrobe
The bed in the main cabin. Behind the bedhead is another bed in the other hull.
Opposite to the nav station, in the port hull, is the galley
On this boat, the galley has extended to the aft end of the accomodations