The new attraction in the Bay of Lübeck: the M32 from the Sach brothers
He was eagerly awaited in the sailing scene. After a long construction period in Sweden, it is finally here: The first M32 catamaran from Marström Composites is in Travemünde - a world premiere on the boat market and a special kind of tourist attraction. The 17-time Travemuender Week winners and catamaran trainers Helge and Christian Sach from Zarnekau in Ostholstein, the ten-meter-long and 6.5-meter-wide speed machine will now also chase guests across the Bay of Lübeck. Information is available on their website.
In the wind, the machine is only sailed with main. The sickled swords provide buoyancy
Made entirely of carbon fiber, the M32 Kat weighs just 480 kilograms. It is built at Göran Marström's renowned catamaran shipyard in Sweden. In the wind, the Kat is only moved with the 53.6 square meter mainsail, similar to the smaller Kats from the high-tech 18 scene. A large gennaker was set up on the 17 meter high carbon mast for the downwind section. With 59.5 square meters, it brings twice the sail area into play. Even in medium winds, the M32 should easily reach 20 knots and more.
To do this, go off with a gennaker when there is wind. 20 knots are always possible