Project Description

Ease of operation means this is a yacht constantly on the move – whether for a spur of the moment escape from the office, or to satisfy a need to visit exotic destinations True performance under sail, low-profile lines and the ability for one person to handle all the sailing functions were the owners requirements. Down below, family and guests are cocooned in silent luxury. Martinique has been constructed to the highest standard by McMullen & Wing, where New Zealand ‘s all conquering America’s Cup yachts were built. The warmth of the teak interior is well complemented by light pouring in from the sides and above. The low slung coachroof is deceptive. From inside, the views are panoramic. Even seated in the saloon, generous portlights set in the hull provide a marvelous sense of transparency. Yet the tinted glass retains privacy from the outside and makes the ports virtually imperceptible against the mirror finish of the Alwgrip protective coatings. Despite Martinque’s sleek lines, the master stateroom and saloon are expansive, with guest accommodation forward

LOA20.73 m68.00 ft
Length Waterline17.50 m57.41 ft
Beam5.20 m17.06 ft
Draft3.00 m9.84 ft
Displacement35,672 kg35 ton
Ballast14,224 kg14 ton
Ballast Ratio41%
Sail Area194.00 sqm2,088 sqft
I25.00 m82.02 ft
J8.20 m26.90 ft
P22.80 m74.80 ft
E8.00 m26.25 ft
Sail Area / Displ 2/319.70