“Explore the CURE 55 with our immersive 3D walkthrough”

Precision built performance.

HULL

Full Carbon Fibre

MAST

Hall Spars Carbon

DECK HARDWARE

Harken

LONGERON, FOREBEAM & STANCHIONS

Integrated Carbon Fibre

SAILS

North 3Di

INSTRUMENTS

B & G

HELMS

Dual Articulating

ENGINES

Yanmar 57HP Diesel

ELECTRICAL

13kWh Victron

SOLAR

3kW Solar System

GALLEY

Full Electric

DESIGNED & BUILT

Australia

“Explore the CURE 55 with our immersive 3D walkthrough”

Precision built performance.

HULL

Full Carbon Fibre

MAST

Hall Spars Carbon

DECK HARDWARE

Harken

LONGERON, FOREBEAM & STANCHIONS

Integrated Carbon Fibre

SAILS

North 3Di

INSTRUMENTS

B & G

HELMS

Dual Articulating

ENGINES

Yanmar 57HP Diesel

ELECTRICAL

13kWh Victron

SOLAR

3kW Solar System

GALLEY

Full Electric

DESIGNED & BUILT

Australia

Born of an ambition

To design the ultimate performance cruising catamaran, every element of the new Cure 55 was designed not to reinvent the wheel but to raise the bar in every area that Catamarans in this class are judged by.

With a power to weight ratio that assures high performance but with a design philosophy focussed on safety, the Cure 55 was conceived to be able to cross oceans with speed and comfort whilst still being easily single or short handed.

Technology and process underpin any great project. Production of the Cure 55 catamaran has its foundations in the Designed For Manufacture principal and is underpinned and supported by some of the latest technology currently in use in Global boatbuilding.

Design of the Cure 55 catamaran was undertaken by Paul Bury with support from the in-house Cure Design team.

An absolute design focus on safety, performance and comfort has resulted in a vessel that redefines the way cruising catamarans are seen.

Cure Marine Director, Dave Biggar, on the new CURE 55.

Born of an ambition

To design the ultimate performance cruising catamaran, every element of the new Cure 55 was designed not to reinvent the wheel but to raise the bar in every area that Catamarans in this class are judged by.

With a power to weight ratio that assures high performance but with a design philosophy focussed on safety, the Cure 55 was conceived to be able to cross oceans with speed and comfort whilst still being easily single or short handed.

Technology and process underpin any great project. Production of the Cure 55 catamaran has its foundations in the Designed For Manufacture principal and is underpinned and supported by some of the latest technology currently in use in Global boatbuilding.

Design of the Cure 55 catamaran was undertaken by Paul Bury with support from the in-house Cure Design team.

An absolute design focus on safety, performance and comfort has resulted in a vessel that redefines the way cruising catamarans are seen.

Cure Marine Director, Dave Biggar, on the new CURE 55.

Layout

The Cure 55’s layout has been designed with an emphasis on comfortable, safe long-term cruising. Whether you’re a cruising couple, a whole family, or cruisers who enjoy bringing guests along, the Cure 55 has exceptional, inviting accommodations for all.

The standard layout has the luxurious owner’s hull to starboard incorporating a large ensuite. To port, there is a spacious aft guest cabin and a forward cabin with configurable options for an additional double berth, bunks with office space or a combination or workshop/storage space. The port hull also houses separate toilet and shower compartments.

Design of the Cure 55 catamaran was undertaken by Paul Bury with support from the in-house Cure Design team.

An absolute design focus on safety, performance and comfort has resulted in a vessel that redefines the way cruising catamarans are seen.

Layout

The Cure 55’s layout has been designed with an emphasis on comfortable, safe long-term cruising. Whether you’re a cruising couple, a whole family, or cruisers who enjoy bringing guests along, the cure 55 has exceptional, inviting accommodations for all.

The standard layout has the luxurious owner’s hull to starboard incorporating a large ensuite. To port, there is a spacious aft guest cabin and a forward cabin with configurable options for an additional double berth, bunks with office space or a combination or workshop/storage space. The port hull also houses separate toilet and shower compartments.

Design of the Cure 55 catamaran was undertaken by Paul Bury with support from the in-house Cure Design team.

An absolute design focus on safety, performance and comfort has resulted in a vessel that redefines the way cruising catamarans are seen.

Sail plan

The Cure 55 has been designed to integrate North 3Di sails as standard specification, including 3 reef mainsail and self-tacking jib.

36.3 sail area to displacement ratio.

Mainsail

North Sails 3Di Mainsail – 109m2 with 3 reef points 

Jib

North Sails 3Di self-tacking jib – 55m2

Code 55, Staysail and Gennaker optional upgrades available, download the brochure for full specifications and upgrades.

Sail plan

The Cure 55 has been designed to integrate North 3Di sails as standard specification, including 3 reef mainsail and self-tacking jib.

36.3 sail area to displacement ratio.

Mainsail

North Sails 3Di Mainsail – 109m2 with 3 reef points 

Jib

North Sails 3Di self-tacking jib – 55m2

Code 55, Staysail and Gennaker optional upgrades available, download the brochure for full specifications and upgrades.

Cure 55 full specifications brochure

Access the full brochure including specifications and optional upgrades for the CURE 55 performance catamaran.

Simply submit the form below and we will email this to you immediately. Contact our team directly for further information.

Cure 55 full specifications brochure

Access the full brochure including specifications and optional upgrades for the CURE 55 performance catamaran.

Simply submit the form below and we will email this to you immediately. Contact our team directly for further information.