LOA 35'4"
LWL 32'
Beam 14'
Draft 34"
Heads 1/2
Staterooms 3/2
Fuel Capacity 36 g
Water Capacity 60 g
Hot Water Tank Capacity 6 g
Holding Tank Capacity 18 g
Displacement 9800 lbs
Engines 2 15HP Yanmar Diesels
Mast Height off the water 46'
Mast Length 39'
Sail Area: Main Sail 386'
Sail Area: Roller Furling 270'
Sail Area: Optional Code One 498'
Standing Headroom 6' - 6'3"
Introducing the New
Gemini Legacy 35
by Gemini Catamarans
Gemini Catamarans celebrates 33 years of Gemini craftsmanship with the launch of a Legacy and an international show tour they are calling "The Year of the Gemini".

A Legacy of American Boatbuilding
In 1981, Tony Smith changed the world of performance cruising with the launch of the Gemini. Well over 1,000 Gemini Catamarans have been built since. With her debut at the US Sailboat Show in October 2012, the Gemini Legacy 35 is making a splash in the sailing world and continuing this legacy for a new generation.

A Legacy of performance cruising
The revolutionary hull design of the Gemini Legacy 35 reduces pitching and wave making, creating a safer, more comfortable ride. With twin diesel Yanmar engines, the Gemini Legacy 35 now offers the maneuverability and reliability of twin engines combined with level sailing and the unprecedented speed of a well-designed cruising catamaran.

A Legacy of Shallow Draft
With a 34'' draft, the Gemini Legacy 35 allows access to places that other cruising catamarans and monohulls cannot go. This makes the Gemini Legacy 35 perfect for sailing to the islands, cruising down the Intracoastal Waterway or exploring shallow creeks and beaches.

A Legacy of Options
Options for layout. The Gemini Legacy 35 allows owners to make choices regarding the layout and personalization of their catamaran. Choose between the standard or two head, two-cabin layout or the optional bench or hammock seat in the newly redesigned cockpit.

A Legacy of choices
Personalize your ownership with innovative purchasing options!

Consider placing your new Gemini Legacy with SailTime's Fractional Ownership program in the USA that drastically reduces the purchase price due to sharing with others! Or choose various revenue split programs with traditional charter companies such as BayBreeze Sailing Charters in the Great lakes or The Catamaran Company in Tortola, British Virgin Islands. The Gemini Legacy is proving to be very economical to operate in charter due to her narrow beam and competitive purchase price.

A Legacy of Versatility
With all sail lines running to the cockpit, the Gemini Legacy 35 is a great catamaran for novice and seasoned sailors alike. Unlike the larger catamarans, the 14 foot beam of the Gemini Legacy 35 allows it to fit into standard size slips and be trucked to any location.

A Legacy of Family Vacations
The Gemini Legacy 35 is the only way to go in catamarans for Charter. With its shallow draft and level sail, the Gemini Legacy 35 is perfect for cruising around the Caribbean or sailing the Great Lakes. A spacious cockpit makes her perfect for spending the evening at anchor with friends and family while the kids swim off the back steps. With a variety of different locations available, it's a breeze to have an affordable, dream vacation. Charter rates on the Legacy start from $2,040 in low season to $3,800 in high season in the USA & Caribbean based on 7 nights for up six to eight guests!

“Throughout the years that the original Gemini's were produced, each model, you could argue, became an improvement over the previous. It is obvious that the Gemini Catamaran team has put a lot of thought into their newest of Tony Smith's dream and indeed, it could become the Legacy.” Captain Bill Schardt, owner of Catnap, Gemini Hull #892

© Gemini Catamarans 2013 www.gemincatamarans.com
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Annapolis MD 21403