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On-water living

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This range has been designed using a group of experienced owners and sailors (who between them have spent decades sailing and cruising multihulls), a highly experienced design and engineering team, and McConaghy’s 50 years of building yachts for the most demanding customers and conditions.

 
 
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MC75CAT SPECIFICATIONS

Length Overall
Beam
Draft

Shoal Draft
Interior Headroom 

Naval Architect

Interior Designer 

CONSTRUCTION

E-glass/epoxy/foam sandwich with carbon fibre structural elements

GENERAL

Standard Power

Fuel Tank Capacity

Fresh Water Capacity

23.3m
9.8m

4.5m with centreboard down

1.2m approx.
2.0-2.4m

Ker Yacht Design

m2atelier

2 x 110hp

1,600L

1,200L

Designed to offer contemporary on-water living with an apartment-like style, the MC75 is lightweight, eco-friendly and, as with all models in the McConaghy Multihull range, fully customisable.

 

The progressive exterior lines follow those of other models in the Multihull series, with an appealing flybridge that can be ranged forward in a more aggressive styling or extended aft for a sweeping, sleeker look.  

 

Performing with an effortless grace even in light airs, the MC75 provides smooth sailing prowess with stability and enviable speed.  In 20kts of wind at 110 true wind angle, the MC75 is predicted to reach 21kts of boat speed with a code zero sail.

 

The MC75 benefits from an interior design by m2atelier, in a new partnership between McConaghy and the leading Italian studio.

m2atelier identified home comforts as a fundamental feature for the MC75 and, as a result, the interior takes on a particularly apartment-like feel with a more architectural personality.  The sophisticated environment offers a fantastic visual connection with the sea and great care has been taken to incorporate all interior essentials and amenities in the most aesthetic and functional way possible.

 

Fully retractable windows and floor-to-ceiling glass create the perception of freedom, with an infinite amount of visual space afforded to the owner and an enhanced, symbiotic relationship between inside and out.  Within, internal volume has been maximised and every space configured with distinct purpose in a layout that dispels all preconceptions of yacht interiors.