Capella is a modern 12.5 metre sailing catamaran with several design innovations, which set her apart from the rest.
With a sophisticated engineering system, Capella’s mast can be lowered giving her the ability to sail under the bridges and make full use of navigable waters up the Swan River and out into the Indian Ocean. Lifting the daggerboards and rudders she can go right up to the beach and over shallow reef. A lowering rear swim platform allows easy access to the water for disabled or less mobile guests.
She was designed and constructed with the safety and comfort of guests as a primary consideration. The level of stability that a catamaran like Capella offers must be experienced to be believed. Just imagine being able to sip your choice of wine from a real wine glass whilst under full sail and knowing that when you place it down it will not go anywhere!
The Schionning designed hull with its unequalled stability offers a smooth, gliding ride. The superstructure and deck layout was tailor designed to suit charter work and entertainment requirements. The vessel is built to very high standards and complies to the USL codes 1D for 38 day passengers and 2 crew and 1B for 10 overnight passengers and 3 crew for ocean passages.