Antares Catamaran Listings
Everything from steering to rigging was designed to protect you. Antares doesn’t offer a choice between charter and owner’s version, to do so would undermine the offshore integrity of the hull design. The cockpit is designed to protect you from the weather, and not just for cocktail parties.
Handcrafted in Buenos Aires, Argentina by 40 Grados Sur, Antares Catamarans are the world’s best liveaboard sailing catamarans. From the protected helm and superior steering system to the spacious wood-finished interior, the Antares is built for the serious blue water sailor.
Whether your plans are to go sailing along the east coast of the United States and the Caribbean or to circumnavigate the globe, Antares Catamarans can take you there without any compromise to comfort, livability or safety.
2014 ANTARES 44i
PRICE REDUCED: $649,000
Antares 44i s/v Kristal is dressed to the nines – additional solar panels, SSB Radio, wind turbine, all the safety gear required to join the ARC, full Furuno electronics, a secondary solar powered watermaker and, for exploring some of the world’s best snorkeling in Malaysia and Indonesia, a Brownie Hookah system. That’s all in addition to the already well-equipped items onboard the 44i version of the Antares.
2006 PDQ ANTARES 44i
Price: $545,000 USD
NEW Yanmar Engines Installed with Full Warranty
Blue is one of those rare boats that comes up on the market every so often. From the exceptionally well-maintained systems that includes an overhaul of the mechanical system, to new electronics installation and a pristine set of sails (to name a just a few), this 2006 Antares 44i has had significant improvements and is equipped for ocean passages both near and offshore. And if you're short on time, the owner will deliver anywhere on the US east coast, the Bahamas, BVIs, or Eastern Caribbean!
2004 PDQ ANTARES 44
Price: $545,000 USD
When the owners of s/v Sabbatique took delivery of their PDQ Antares 44 several years ago, they took on the task of upgrading this 2004 hull and bringing it to the present day equipment standards as seen onboard some of the newest Antares.
From new electronics valued at 35K in equipment and installation, and sails by North Sails, to a new Selden bowsprit, new solar panels, batteries and CopperCoat bottom paint, Sabbatique has an impressive amount of upgrades.