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Over 15 years ago, Gunboat set out to launch the fastest, safest cruising catamaran ever conceived. When the original Gunboat launched, it pioneered a new high-performance cruising catamaran segment. With rugged high-tech structures, breakthrough ocean-going designs, and luxurious interiors, word of our work spread quickly. The knowledge gained from working with premier designers on nine different series and years of refinement and innovation push us to ever improve and evolve the market segment we created.

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5 days ago

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Newport delivers! πŸŒ… Spectacular sunset this evening on the Volvo Ocean Race Village - enjoyed by all from the New York Yacht Club-Harbour Court, and certainly from the Gunboat 60 pictured here at the end of the dock. ... See MoreSee Less

Newport delivers! πŸŒ… Spectacular sunset this evening on the Volvo Ocean Race Village - enjoyed by all from the New York Yacht Club-Harbour Court, and certainly from the Gunboat 60 pictured here at the end of the dock.

2 weeks ago

GUNBOAT

We're excited to see the Roam short film "Lines to Hawaii" has been selected to screen at the 40th annual Mountainfilm Festival in Telluride, CO, in good company with many other inspiring documentaries! Watch Travis Rice and Ian Walsh voyaging on Gunboat 48 FALCOR from Tahiti to Hawaii, finding never-been-surfed spots, and basically making all of our bucket lists a little longer.

Post a photo for us if you're lucky enough to be attending this awesome festival over Memorial Day Weekend, or catch the film through the link below!

vimeo.com/246198480

Footage by Amory Ross with G.W. Scott
#gunboat #gunboat48 #performance #catamaran #sailing #surfing #ocean #adventure

Ian Walsh
We are proud to announce that our short film, β€œLines to Hawaii,” has been selected to screen later this month at the 40th annual Mountainfilm in Telluride, Colorado. While sailing 2,500 nautical miles from Tahiti to Hawaii, snowboarder Travis Rice and I explored the some of the most pristine ecosystems on the planet, the Line Islands, located in the Central Pacific. We found waves that may have never been surfed before, tasted the sweetest coconuts ever, and endured a fierce squall in the Doldrums. 73% of the water samples we collected contained microplastics, confirming that even the most secluded parts of the ocean are contaminated by human consumption.

>> Footage by Amory Ross with G.W. Scott Roam
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That looks amazing

Great piece of work. Followed you all the way!

Alastair Mitchell - how awesome is this?!

3 weeks ago

GUNBOAT

Gunboat 66 COCO DE MER received a very exciting package in the mail today at Newport Shipyard! Any guesses?! ... See MoreSee Less

Gunboat 66 COCO DE MER received a very exciting package in the mail today at Newport Shipyard! Any guesses?!

 

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All great guesses so far! πŸ˜‚

Can only be one thing. A lovely new rotating all carbon wingmast from Southern Spars! ❀️ Close?

Looks like a large box to keep masts in - could prove useful

Looks like a southern spars mast

New WiFi antennae?

spin pole?

Rudder?

I'm thinking that it must be a customized fishing rod. After all, given the typical pace at which Gunboats move, a large 'bending moment' is required in order to keep the line from snapping for anything but the smallest of minnows. Alternatively, it is a suitably sized newfangled cat tail (please excuse the pun πŸ˜‰), with the same intended function as a feline's tail: enhanced stability.

From someone in the "know", it's obviously a Turbo Encabulator! youtu.be/rLDgQg6bq7o

...football?

A very long Pizza?

Pole saw.

Main halyard?

Bridge for moorings πŸ˜€

Offshore daggerboards? boat hook? stand-off toilet plunger?

Clarinet ?

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