Sail, enjoy, explore, repeat
Our thinking behind the cruising capability of a small sailboat was based on the premise that there are only two ways you can achieve comfort while sailing. Either to have a boat big enough to give you comfort comparable to your house, or to have a boat small enough to allow you access the shore at any place and anytime. Therefore Seascape18 features a minimum draft of 15 cm which means you can access the mooring just next to your table in an island restaurant or get into the cosiest part of any bay.
Jochen Reiker, Yacht Magazine
In this kind of sailing you meet as stranger and leave as friend.
Live aboard features of Seascape18 consist of a tent with V berth/cabin, beach/dining/entertainment area (big flat cockpit open to the sea) and a stable, seaworthy hull that gives you range to explore coastal archipelagos of your choosing safely. From Norwegian fjords to Breton tidal coastline or Adriatic national parks, Seascape18 proved to be the perfect exploration vessel for connecting with the environment.
The first Seascape journeys started in the magnificent Kornati archipelago. The Kornati adventure attracted passionate sailors from all over the Europe, including the editors of magazines Yacht, Voiles et Voiliers, and Baadnyt, writing about big voyages of a small boat. You can find the articles below, under Press clipping.
Atlantic coast, France
Atlantic like you’ve never seen before! Francois Coutant started with Raid Atlantique that runs along the Brittany coast of France – the L’Odet river, beautiful îles des Glénans, picturesque île de Groix and City of Sails in Lorient.
Baltic Sea, Denmark
Island hopping in Baltic sea by Per Cederberg and his family of three children discovers the beauties of the North. Read more about their journeys here.
Technical data 18
|Length (LOA)||5,50 m||Beam||2,37 m||Draft||1,5 m / 0,15 m||Displacement||500 kg||Sail area||23 m²||Nautical design||Manuard YD||Standard specification||Seascape18-Spec.pdf|