OUTREMER 45

Little sister to the Outremer 51 and 5X, the Outremer 45 shares the key values of seaworthiness, performance, maneuverability, and simplicity. It has been designed for long distance sailing for couples or families.

A world class design team includes Barreau-Neuman for the naval architecture, Franck Darnet Design for the interior design, and the deft hand of Patrick le Quement for the overall design cohesiveness.

The new generation Outremer 45 offers:

Performance 
Efficiency of the hull below the waterline and optimized structure
Enhanced weight optimization and distribution
Mast positioned for excellent performance and sail handling
Optional tillers for greater steering control
Daggerboards for improved windward sailing efficiency

Seaworthiness
A wide, uncluttered cockpit for efficient sailing and welcoming entertainment
The 360 Vision concept that affords an exceptional view of the sea and your environment from the cockpit, cabins, and main salon
Ideally positioned helm station with mainsail and headsail sheets within easy reach for safe and protected manoeuvers even in bad weather
Substantial bridge deck clearance (0.8m)
A comfortable, refined salon to accommodate friends
An ergonomic galley facing the cockpit to enhance connectivity
A forward-facing navigation station to enable effective watch-keeping
Maximized interior and exterior storage space for provisions, on-board entertainment and sports equipment

SPECIFICATIONS

Architects: Barreau / F. Neuman
Design Consultant: Patrick le Quement
Interior Design: Franck Darnet Design
Length: 45’2”
Beam: 23’3”
Min Draft: 3’3”
Max Draft: 6’6”
Displacement: 8.7 T
Bridgedeck Clearance: 2’7”
Mast Clearance (without antenna): 66’11”
Mast Height: 57’4”
Mainsail: 743 sq.ft
Self-tacking Jib: 441 sq.ft
Spinnaker (option): 1292 sq.ft.
Gennaker (option): 969 sq.ft
Engines: 2 x Volvo 30 HP
Fuel cap: 88 gal
Water cap: 118 gal
EC Approval: Pending Offshore Category A

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