ROBERTSON AND CAINE 4600 bareboat catamaran sailboat
Performance, comfort and a focus on outdoor living are the leading features of the new Robertson and Caine 4600 catamaran, just announced from the newly expanded production facility in Cape Town, South Africa.
This yacht’s design integrates a fast hull design with exceptional interior volume, in keeping with the builder’s strategy to offer comfortable cruising cats with good performance levels, and the new raised helm provides excellent visibility and ease of handling.
The Robertson and Caine 4600 features a large cockpit with an outside dining area protected by a functional hard-top roof which replaces the bimini. The raised helm station is located in the hard top roof with open access to the cockpit and all controls led aft, for excellent visibility, communication, and ease of maneuvers. The galley-up design incorporates a spacious saloon with forward facing navigation station and fully equipped galley with a cocktail bar and serving window. Accommodations include four double cabins with ensuite heads and showers and an additional berth in each forepeak (one has a head and can serve as a skipper’s quarters).
The deck layout is clear and uncluttered, with walk-through access to the aft swim platform, wide side decks and the mainsail and jib controls all led aft to the helm station. Sleek windows along the coachroof sides add to the elegant look of the deck and give the interior a light, voluminous feel, while louver steps from the foredeck to the coachroof shade the saloon and provide easy access to the mast and boom.
The 4600 contains all the top features sailors desire, including a superb anchoring system, good sail area, excellent ventilation, complete electronics package, CD stereo, twin Volvo 55Hp engines, generator and air-conditioning standard, and offers excellent value for money, for both charter guests and owners.
The Robertson and Caine 4600 bareboat catamaran is available in Belize (Caribbean), Tortola (British Virgin Islands, Caribbean), Canouan (Caribbean), St. Martin (Caribbean), Abacos (Bahamas), Tahiti (South Pacific), Mahe (South Pacific), and Bay of Islands (New Zealand, South Pacific).