A lot of yachtsmen and women gravitate to catamarans because they have a tremendous amount of space inside on a given length—especially the common areas. They also offer their owners acres of play-space on deck. Want to throw a party for your slip-mates? Invite a dozen aboard the PC60 and you’ll still have room for more. Her saloon is only a few feet narrower than the yacht’s overall beam of 24 feet, 6 inches. A dining bar and four stools form the inner border of the starboard-side galley. The dinette opposite seats six to eight guests and on the afterdeck the dining table seats six, or more, and a bench against the transom has room for at least four more. Belowdecks, the starboard hull has a VIP guest cabin forward and a double just abaft amidships. Another double lives in the port hull, dead-nuts amidships, and shares its head with the opposite double.
Passage making yachtsmen will value her miserly fuel consumption and pleasant motion is big seas. The PC60’s symmetrical hulls have a fine entry and a flattened run. This combination slices through the waves and lets the additional buoyancy aft lift the yacht over what remains. Remember, catamarans don’t roll, so forget about active stabilizers and the drag that goes with them.