Catana 55
Year 2013
Length 55 ft
Price Call
Catana 55

Boat Details
Hull Material FiberglassHull Shape Catamaran 
Beam 26 ftMax Draft 14 ft 8 in 
Draft Board/Drive Up 10 ft 10 inDry Weight 31306 lb 
Fuel Capacity 227 galLength at Waterline 58 ft 7 in 
Length Overall 61 ft 11 inWater Capacity 211 gal 


An exceptional combination of speed, comfort and space! At 55 feet and over, the profile of the Catana 55 is noticeably longer and offers an increased amount of interior space compared with alternative models. The Catana 50’s big brother, praised for its comfort and performance by the best-selling US sailing magazine, is the ideal catamaran for long voyages with friends or family.
Built at the shipyard in Canet-en-Roussillon, France, it benefits from all the advantages of carbon fibre production, used as standard on the main partitions, roof, hull reinforcements and structural supports.
Whether you are sailing with friends or family, step on board, hoist the mainsail and experience the thrill of cutting through the waves at top speed on this exceptional catamaran. The Catana 55 combines the ultimate in safety and performance and guarantees outstanding levels of comfort for all its passengers.

  • The Catana shipyard has paid close attention to passenger comfort: everything on board is designed to make life easier for a large family or group of friends.
  • The beautifully practical U-shaped galley is ideal for preparing food and enjoying a convivial meal with up to eight people.
  • At night, the Catana 55's double cabins (up to six available as an option) grant excellent levels of comfort. Furthermore, at 55 feet in length, the new Catana offers outstanding stability and increased resistance to pitching, for an even more pleasant voyage.

  • Thanks to its length and generous headroom under the nacelle, the Catana 55 not only offers excellent stability on the water but also shares all the advantages of the rest of the Catana fleet.
  • The instruments are all located in the cockpit, where the toerails, lifelines and handrails have been carefully designed for easy, unrestricted movement.
  • Such ease of access is a valuable asset when sailing in heavy weather.
  • Sailing close-hauled, tacking and reefing are facilitated, which, along with the electric winches, allow the helmsman to focus his efforts where they are needed.