HH55 Performance Catamaran for Sale in New England
Great Design Drives Everything We Do – Especially What We Don’t
Selecting Morrelli & Melvin to be our naval architects was an easy decision. After all, who’s better qualified than the designers of the America’s Cup 72 for 2013 America’s Cup contenders Emirates Team New Zealand, Oracle/BMW’s monster trimaran and 2010 America’s Cup winner and the 1988 America’s Cup winner Stars and Stripes catamaran.
With world-class cruising cats successfully lapping the globe, scores of racing victories and an immense knowledge of cutting edge catamaran technology, sea keeping, high performance and safety, Morrell & Melvin were the obvious choice.
Morrell & Melvin design engineers are frequently deployed on site to help manage the transfer of design and engineering information to the construction teams. This consistent onsite collaboration resolves the myriad of small decisions quickly and efficiently. Keeping MM on the shop floor adds an extra level of quality control as well as exploiting the best ideas that always pop up during the build process. All MM team members get their hands dirty!
Pete Melvin and MM design engineers spent two years in New Zealand for the build up to the 2013 America’s Cup challenge. Gino Morrelli and MM team members have been on site in China and South Africa overseeing new production and custom builds for many years.
MM will have nearly continuous presence during the construction of the HH66 tooling, first builds and sea trials. Gino is frequently onsite, if you want to tag along on a visit, drop us a line and see for yourself.
How Do You Build a Super Cat? First You Build a Super Yard
The yard incorporates the very best technologies, modern halls, test pool, overhead cranes and hundreds of the most experienced craftsmen around. It’s well on its way to achieve its mission of becoming the biggest, best and most technologically advanced yard in Asia.
Our resin infusion technology has been perfected to repeatedly deliver carbon structures free of defects and voids which allows us to offer an impressive 10-year structural guarantee.
Wherever possible robots and computers are utilized to enhance quality and efficiency. From giant 60’ overhead robots capable of carving entire boats to within a surface accuracy of 0.5mm, to computer controlled cutters that precisely shape carbon and fiberglass to the exact specs needed, this yard is redefining how luxury boats are built.
Price: Contact us to discuss customizing your HH55 Catamaran
|LOA||16.6 m / 54.5′|
|LWL||16.6 m / 54.5′|
|Beam||8.5 m / 27.9′|
|Draft (Boards Up)||1.4 m / 4.6′|
|Draft (Boards Down)||3 m / 9.8′|
|Displacement Lightships||13000 kg / 28600 lbs|
|Displacement Max Load||16500 kg / 36300 lbs|
|BWL in Hull||1.5 m / 4.9′|
|Bridgedeck Clearance (DWL)||.9 m / 2.9′|
|Mast Clearance||26.3 m / 86.3′|
|Main Sail||124 m2 / 1334 ft2|
|Solent||60 m2 / 1334 ft2|
|Reacher||186 m2 / 2001 ft2|
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GOLD COAST MARINE EXPO: HH Cats debut
By Dave Reed
Two new catamarans and racy tri to make their Australian premieres
Chinese luxury multihull manufacturer Hudson has joined the growing list of brands to announce a series of Australasian premieres exclusively at the 2015 Gold Coast International Marine Expo (May 21-24).
The new HH55 and HH66 (pictured) will form part of the Expo’s exciting Super 60s showcase of multihulls at event’s new site of The Boat Works, at the southern end of the Gold Coast Marine Precinct, and will be displayed by Sydney-based Just Multihulls.
Owner David Renouf said this week that the HH66 and HH55 cruising catamarans have never before been seen at an Australian boat show. Additionally, the new Airplay 30 Sport Hybrid trimaran, also built by Hudson Marine, will be on display at the Just Multihulls exhibit.