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Barcos de ocasión, Catamarán

Vismara C57 Catamaran

Obi One

  • EUR 780.000,-incl. IVA
  • Obi Onenombre del barco
  • 2009año de construcción
  • 17,50 m x 9,10 meslora x manga
  • 1,12 mcalado
  • 9800 kgpeso
  • 5 Cabinasnúmero de cabinas
  • 10 Literasnúmero de literas
  • 2x Volvo Penta D2-75 75hpmotor
  • Dieselcarburante
  • 440 ltanque de combustible
  • 1500 hhoras del motor


Italia » Tyrrhenian Sea


OBI ONE is born from a project developed over the years from a qualified team of professionals guided from the owner whose wish was building the ultimate fast cruising lightweight catamaran.


Commissioned in 2007 by an experienced owner who selected the best professionals to set up a team able to build a performance cruising catamaran with evergreen characteristics and high technologies: Erik Lerouge Yacht Design for the project, Vismara Yacht Design for the interior project, Trimarine for build and the supervision of the construction.

Launched in 2009, OBI ONE is a particularly highly specified custom high performance cruising catamaran equipped as a turnkey solution for fast offshore sailing:
Carbon fibre wing mast
Carbon fibre boom
Lewmar winches pack
B&G H3000 instruments pack
Carbon fibre davits with RIB
Twin Volvo Penta 75hp engines with saildrives
Lomac 3,8 metre dinghy with rigid bottom
Honda 20hp outboard engine
Schenker watermaker
Webasto diesel heating
3kw Inverter
Four cabins layout with two heads
Foldable tables in the cockpit
Carbon fibre steering wheels
Led lights


OBI ONE was commissioned chosen the best players in the market combining the best Italians and French skills. From the most famous French designes of fast ocean cruisers catamarans of that time, Eirk Lerouge, to Trimarine as a builder, a company that has to his credit the construction of several America's and VOR cup boats. Vismara Yacht Design was in charge of the interior design with the aim to create a modern, iconic and minimalistic boat built for fast cruising.

All this made it possible to create a multihull capable of combining the style and comfort of a cruising boat and the performance of a racing catamaran:
It reaches a maximum speed of 26 knots
Able to tighten the wind up to an apparent upwind angle of 30 ° (without losing performance)
Able to sail faster than wind up to 10-11 Kn of real wind

The construction of the hulls was carried out in vacuum infusion with epoxy resin using glass skins reinforced with unidirectional carbon, the living work is made with Kevlar leathers.

The realization of the centre construction, of the internal structures, is also vacuum-packed; appendages and crossbars are in carbon.

The rotating mast is by Lorima who is a world leading manufacturer of multihull shafts. They armed over 70% of the fleet of large oceanic multihulls. Made of high modulus carbon sandwich (M40J). It is 24 m high.

The boat is equipped with North Sails wardrobe. The Incidence sails wardrobe is also available.

The interior decoration and design has been treated with great attention to weight saving, a particularly important factor in a multihull to ensure good performance. Still with a view to having no parasitic weights, the internal surfaces have no coating and the structures are visible.

All these attentions, the materials used, the structural furnishings and the racer's water lines have allowed us to achieve an excellent result in terms of performances, habitability, style.


The ?Obi one? project sees Vismara working in conjuction with Lerouge, and it is an evolution of the well-known Petter 55, for which Vismara took charge of the creation at Petter Quality yachts, Marseille.

The new project and craft, designed and built to measure for an expert customer, who has played an active role in the choice of different technical and aesthetic solutions, is a perfect example of Vismara style, this time transferred to an ocean-going catamaran. Le Rouge was in charge of the hydrodynamics and structural works, while Vismara designed the interiors, the deck plan and the overall styling of the boat.
The concept behind ?Obi One? is very similar to that of Vismara?s monohulls. It is a fast sports cruiser with a vacuum glass, epoxy resin and airex sandwich hull with Kevlar reinforcements, while the beams subject to greatest stress are in carbon. The deck is ultra-modern, with a sleek deckhouse, featuring a large glazed part to the front and rear; the cockpit has a large living area and double helm at the sides.


Founded in 1995, Trimarine Advanced Marine Projects, Ltd. is a project management company specialised in process engineering, construction, systems design and fit-out of racing and high performance cruising yachts.
Trimarine offers a fully integrated series of services that include the engineering, study, planning and production of complete structures for marine, industrial and civil engineering applications using advanced composites.
We trust that our bespoke services will be of interest and welcome the opportunity to meet and discuss your project.


RCD Status:
The yacht conforms with the essential safety requirements of Directive 94/25EC (Recreational Craft Directive) and is categorised A ? ?Ocean?

Hull, Deck & Superstructure Construction:
Hulls vacuum bagged and post cured with PVC polyester sandwich, E-glass, Aramid (Kevlar) and carbon reinforced lamination. The PVC below the waterline is flexible to absorb waves impacts.
Transversal chamfers are made of carbon fibres.
The resin used are Gurit epoxy Ampreg20
Manual lamination of the hull/deck bond
Laminated bulkheads assembled with flanges on both sides
GRP non-slip side decks
All the deck steel equipment are made of AISI 316
In each hull there are three compartments (bow, central, stern);
Bulkheads are glue to the hulls with Gurit Spabond 315
A polyurethane foam between the first and the last bulkhead in each hull assure a better buoyancy

Daggerboards & Rudder:
Composite retractable daggerboards
Composite rudders on carbon fibre stocks


Engine & gearbox:
2x Volvo Penta D2-75 4-cylinder 2.2-liter, charge air cooled diesel engines producing 75hp each at 3,000rpm
Fresh water cooling via raw water intakes and heat exchangers
Saildrive gearboxes
Single lever throttle/gear controls

Service & Maintenance:
Engine hours ? approx. 1,500 hours, hours meter reset in 2018
Date of last engine service ? serviced every year
port engine replaced in 2019

Propulsion & Steering:
Balance rudders on self-aligning JEFA bearings
Wheel steering with hide covered carbon fibre helm wheels
Emergency tiller
2 x 3 blades Gori propellers
One B&G autopilot motor on port side rudder


Voltage systems:
24vDC primary domestic system with 12vDC starting circuit and 220v AC via inverter or shorepower.

Battery Banks:
2x 12vDC 92Ah start batteries
2x 24vDC 240Ah Kokam Lithium service batteries pack providing 480Ah total

Charging / Inverter:
SPE CBHF4 24vDC charger
Victron Phoenix 3 kw inverter
Victron battery monitor and control panel at the chart table

2x 12vDC 60Ah engine mounted alternators
2x 24vDC 135Ah engine-mounted alternators for services batteries


Fresh Water:
Pressurised fresh water supply via one pump in the port side plus a spare pump
The hot freshwater circuit is led into a 40 litres well-insulated hot water tanks, heated by engine or 230v AC immersion heater element

Schenker modular reverse osmosis watermaker producing approx 100 litre/h under the starboard aft cabin bed
Bilge Pumps:
Manual bilge pump
24vDC electric bilge pumps


440 litres in 2x 220 litre structural fuel tanks

Fresh Water:
400 litres in two structural water tanks

Grey & Black Water:
1x black water tank in the port head with level indicator panel


On Deck
2x Garmin GPS Map 721 mounted outside, can be removed
Furuno radar on the starboard hull
4x B&G H3000 displays in the cockpit
2x B&G pilot displays for the port and starboard steering stations
2X Silva compass
4x Volvo Penta engine command for the port and starboard steering stations
Techmarine multifunction display ? in the saloon

Communications Equipment:
Simrad RS 82 VHF


NEFF 3-burner hob
REX oven with grill
120 litre stainless steel top opening refrigerator
90 litre stainless steel top opening freezer
Sink with mixer tap
Nespresso coffee machine

2x 24vDC Tecma electric heads ? carbon fibre
Hot and cold pressurised water supplies to showers

2x Webasto Air Top 3500 12vDC
The Webasto units are in the engines locker

21? LCD flat screen TV in saloon


Summary of Accommodation:
10 berths plus occasional saloon settee berth in two double cabins and two triple cabins. Two heads with dedicated shower cubicles and a crew cabin forward.

Accommodation layout from Forward:

Centrally located between hulls.
Large U-shaped settee with dining table
Large U shape smoke table convertible in dining table

Aft of saloon area to starboard
Galley with ample counter space.


Lorima high module m40J carbon fibre wing mast
Lorima carbon fibre boom with four spreaders for lazy jack
Fractional-rigged mast with 1-set of swept-back spreaders
Furling Solent
Furling Senoa
Furling Gennaker
Jib tracks on coachroof
Low-fraction mainsail cars on mast track
Bridle mainsheet aft sheeting to port and starboard winches
2:1 mainsail halyard
Harken deck gear with ball-bearing blocks
Genoa Area: 94mq
Solent area: 63mq
Gennaker area: 130mq
Main sail area: 117mq

2x 54.2 Seft tailing Lewmar winches
2x 40.2 Seft tailing Lewmar winches
2x 68 Seft tailing Lewmar winches on the coachrouf
1x 54 Seft tailing Lewmar winch on the mast
2x 48 Seft tailing Lewmar winches for main sheet traveller
1x 54 Seft tailing Lewmar winch for the main sheet

North Sails 2016 sails wardrobe:
Square top main
Furling Genoa
INCIDENCE 2009 sails wardrobe:
Square top main
Furling Genoa

Davits for tender
Folding cockpit tables

Anchoring & Mooring:
1,700w 24vDC electric anchor windlass
Spade 40kgs main anchor with 85m 12mm stainless steel chain + 25 m sheet
CQR 34kgs spare anchor
inflatable fenders with covers

Covers, Cushions & Canvas:
Lazy bags and Lazy jacks
Canvas awning
Cushions with closed cell foam in the cockpit

Tender & Outboard:
Lomac3,8 metre dinghy with rigid aluminium bottom
Honda 20hp outboard engine


General note on safety equipment: Any safety equipment such as liferafts, Epirbs, fire extinguishers and flares etc. are usually personal to the current owner(s) and if being left on-board as part of the sale of a used vessel may require routine servicing, replacement, or changing to meet a new owners specific needs.

Lying ? Tyrrhenian Sea, Italy

Available to view strictly by appointment

Office Hours Mon- Fri 0900 ? 17.00
Saturday by prior appointment

For more information or to arrange a viewing please contact us.

Please Note: Due to the varying locations of our yachts, your travel time and the distances that may be involved, we recommend that you only make arrangements to view if you are actively considering purchase.

Lead Broker: Michele Antonini ? Grabau International (Italia)
Tel: +39 333 74 89 281
Email: #########@grabauinternational.com


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