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Ruby Rose 2 Revealed!

written by Terysa July 11, 2020

Finally, after months of waiting, Ruby Rose 2 is here. We are so excited to bring you this amazing catamaran, and even more excited that we have been able to play such a role in making her the perfect liveaboard catamaran.

For more information on the Seawind 1370 please refer to Seawind’s website: https://www.seawindcats.com/seawind-1370/

We’re publishing a lot of information about our new catamaran on our Patreon page so if you want more details about Ruby Rose 2, consider joining the community! Our Patrons also get early access to all videos, access to our Facebook and WhatsApp groups as well as the opportunity to meet up with us and even come sailing.

In the meantime, we’ll be continuing to sail Ruby Rose along the French coast for many months to come so please subscribe to our channel to follow our adventure!

Nick & Terysa

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ron July 12, 2020 at 12:22 am

would you be so kind to email to me your wish list for your new cat? I am considering a similar move….

IsleGo August 19, 2020 at 5:33 pm

I am aware of quality control issues at Seawind plant in Vietnam. Would it be possible to hire surveying company to inspect the construction of an ordered 1370 during key phases?
Any ordering recommendation specifications?

Regie T. Lim December 27, 2020 at 2:05 am

Hi Nick and Terysa,
My observation is that there is quite a trend of live aboard sailors who shift from mono hull to catamarans. Is it advisable to get into cats right away? The plethora of knowledge you guys share is immense. Is it possible to share the specs you of Ruby Rose II and its price tag? Thanks much, Happy Holidays!

Terysa January 4, 2021 at 1:17 pm

Hey Regie! We were actually talking about this today 😊 We’re going to do a full specifications video asap, but we’re still waiting on some details from Seawind and also third party suppliers before we make final decisions so this will be delayed until all that information is updated. As for going for mono first, it’s all down to preferences, budget and personal sailing plans. Many people do buy a catamaran as their first boat and get on with it splendidly! It mainly comes down to how steep a learning curve you’re willing to commit to.


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