Robertson and Caine Catamarans

The Moorings is proud to partner with Robertson and Caine to offer their award-winning catamarans for charter vacations. Founded in 1991, this renowned manufacturer has grown from a small partnership into one of the most celebrated catamaran builders in the world today. So what sets Robertson and Caine apart? Find out more below.

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Large forward cockpits

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Spacious living areas

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Aft dinghy/swim platforms


Spacious, Robust Catamarans with Performance to Match

  • Stepped hulls (hulls are kept narrow, volume comes above the water line)
  • Powerful sail plan, large overlapping genoa, low aspect sail plan

Easy to Use

  • Large spacious cockpit perfect for large groups
  • Easy access to the water
  • Easy circulation inside and outside
  • Easy to use galley with large refrigeration space
  • Ample water and fuel capacity
  • Easy access to systems for quick turnaround and easy maintenance 
  • Easy to clean interior and exterior
  • Robust construction
  • High quality and robust hardware
  • Additional and independent battery power
  • Reliable and easy to use davit system
  • Easy access to aft platform from dinghy
  • Robust and easy to use rigs
  • Heavy sails and oversize winches

Safe & Seaworthy

  • Over 1500 boats delivered to all continents
  • Robust balsa sandwich construction, meaning better resistance to compression and impact
  • A delivery crew favourite
  • Excellent behaviour at sea
  • Well balanced and honest boat in heavy weather
  • Safe rig (Double back stays; rigid boom vang to prevent damage or injury)
  • Well protected and secure helm station
  • Helm station designed for short-handed sailing
  • All controls leading back to helm station

Industry-Leading Innovation

  • First catamaran to remove mainsheet from the cockpit (1996)
  • Stepped hulls to offer more interior space without sacrificing performance
  • Anchoring system in the middle of the forward deck, meaning no rust or fouling of the chain on the hulls
  • First catamaran with a hard top protecting the aft cockpit
  • First flybridge catamaran for Crewed yacht charter (Moorings 6200 in 2003)
  • Innovative deck plan to lead all lines back to helm station
  • Forward cockpit for better ventilation, improved visibility and additional space to enjoy the surroundings
  • First catamaran with full guest cabins on the main deck (Moorings 5800)
  • Signature electrical davit system that simplifies dinghy and outboard motor lifting on smaller boats
  • Signature swim and dinghy platforms on larger units

Built for Social & Family-Friendly Charters

  • Large outdoor gathering areas: aft platform, large aft cockpit, plus forward cockpit
  • Seamless blend of indoor and out; those in the galley or main saloon can easily communicate with guests outside
  • Helm station is part of the cockpit, allowing the helmsman to still be part of the group
  • From the helm station (not separated from cockpit) it's easy to keep an eye on young children 
  • Easy to sail with forgiving low aspect rig and overlapping genoa
  • Flybridge on larger Sail catamarans and all Power catamarans can accommodate large groups with stylish lounge seating, grill and wet bar