The Cure Marine Video Library

Hull 1 of the Cure 55 catamaran series has reached a major milestone in the construction process.

With the cabin top component fundamentally complete and fitted into place, the skilled and talented Cure production team have spent the week finalising the attachment to the hull platform.

It’s always a big moment to see a cabin top installed, and now with the cabin top windows also being cut to their final size, the form and proportions of the Cure 55 can be seen in full for the first time.

March Madness at Cure Marine! This month we’ve had sea trials of ‘Noire’, the Cure Custom 70 carbon fibre catamaran, as well as huge progress on Cure 55 hulls 1 and 2.

In this video Lee Randall, Cure Marine Sales and Business Development Manager, takes us through what’s been happening over the last few weeks in the Cure Marine workshop.

Stay tuned for lots more Cure Marine updates.

‘Noire’—The Cure Marine Custom 70 carbon fiber catamaran out on sea trials in Moreton Bay, Australia. A special thank you to all those who have been a part of getting this project into the water.

Cure 70—Mast & Boom Installation

Installation of the Cure 70’s mast and boom at The Yard in Brisbane, Australia.

A special thank you to Rope Solutions Rigging Services for their great work.

Cure 55— Carbon Fibre Bridgedeck Infusion

It’s time to infuse the bridgedeck of Cure 55 catamaran hull number two. In this video, we introduce our carbon fibre epoxy resin infusion process.

Our catamarans are manufactured on the Australian Sunshine Coast by our highly-skilled team here at Cure Marine.

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Launching The Cure 70 Into The Water—Full Carbon Catamaran

It’s official, the Cure 70 is in the water! In this video we look at the final preparations, the loading & transport to Outrigger Park and then the main event… The lift into the water.

We can’t wait to show you footage of this spectacular boat all rigged up and sailing.

Cure Marine Update With Lee Randall—February 2024

It’s been a busy start to 2024 here at Cure Marine. The Cure 70′ was launched last week; The largest sailing vessel ever launched by Cure Marine and the first all-carbon fibre sailing catamaran to be launched in Australia in the last five years.

Work is also happening at an exciting pace on Cure 55′ hull numbers 1 and 2. In this video Lee Randall, Cure Marine Sales and Business Development Manager, takes us through what’s been happening over the last few weeks.

Cure 55—The Origin Story

Listen to founders David Biggar and Ian McMahon, as well as Cure Marine CEO Carl Bird talk about Cure Marine and the Cure 55.

For Sale—’Vela’, the Iconic Gumboat 48

Announcing the arrival to market of ‘Vela’, the iconic Gunboat 48.

Cure Marine are excited to be appointed as the global central agency for the sale of this ultimate adventure machine.

Don’t miss this opportunity to participate in the next chapter of this storied vessel’s journey.

Tour of the Cure Marine built ‘Tully Too’—the Schionning Legend 60

As we get ready for the launch of the Cure Custom 70 in the next 8 weeks and the launch of Cure 55#1, we took the opportunity to travel up to the Whitsundays and check out the Cure Marine built ‘Tully Too’ the Schionning Legend 60.

The O’Kellys

The O’Kelly’s take you to Cure Marine on the Sunshine Coast where they have the largest 3D printer in the Southern Hemisphere. They are going to use it to build a high performance carbon catamaran. Then we go racing on Zero, a G-Force Schionning built by Cure Marine.

Cure 55 full specifications brochure

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

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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.