Nina was built in Phuket especially for local conditions. Nina has proved herself to be a very competitive yacht in the multihull class winning the first ever regatta she ever entered just weeks after her launch.
The cockpit is clear and spacious with cushioned seating for 8 people for lunch or dinner and has 2 large ice boxes to make sure the beers are cold and cocktails can be made. Two burner stoves, mini grill and stainless steel sink for hot water and spacious refrigerator comprise the galley equipment.
The Andaman Cabriolet’s spacious saloon with hand crafted dining table, “cabriolet” opening roof above and 4 fully opening hatches let the cool breeze flow through.
Nina can easily accommodate a family of 3 in each hull in 1 double and 1 single berth per side. And is suitable for upto 20 people for a day cruise.
The ferrari mesh trampolines provide comfort whether lazing around or walking on the nets.
Nina has twin lift outboard engines to reduce drag while sailing thus enhancing Nina’s sailing performance significantly. She is effortlessly capable of 9+knots in a comfortable breeze. Nina is also a very easy yacht to race shorthanded and now qualifies for the Cruising Catamaran classes in local regattas. In this class she will be a difficult yacht to beat.