The Excess 11 is one of the smallest cruising catamarans capable of offering so much comfort and space, not to mention the thrill of sailing. The Excess 11 is a boat capable of long passages and is made for life on board. The work of the naval architects and designers has been focused on one objective: to create a real cruising catamaran capable of taking you to the most remote spots on earth to enjoy an isolated cove, an abandoned beach or a secret wave.
Excess 11 has benefited from the experience of her elders, without sacrificing all the comfort attributes needed for enjoyable cruising. Add to this a volume worthy of a larger boat, whether in the saloon or in the cabins. On deck, she offers the comfort and friendliness of a large open cockpit and twin helm stations, offering both real steering sensations and direct contact with the rest of the crew.
Excess (XCS) has created a smaller catamaran where life on board is pleasant: a 2-meter wide by 2-meter long (6’6”x6’6”) bed in the owner’s cabin, high comfort bathrooms with separate showers, a dynamic interior enhanced by indirect lighting effects, the helmsman positioned aft in constant contact with the cockpit and its occupants and a clear view to observe the starry nights thanks to the opening roof. Sailing is also exhilarating: real sailing sensations – that can be further boosted with the Pulse line rig – and amazing twin helm stations, and Dyneema running rigging!
This is the synthesis of the Excess spirit: a beautiful, simple, light and comfortable boat!
Excess 11 Catamaran Layout Options
3-cabin owner’s version, or 4-cabin option
- Location: San Diego, California
- Year Built: New! Ask for Pricing
- Brand/Builder: Excess
- Model Name: 11
- Hull Form: Catamaran
- Hull Material: Fiberglass/GRP
- Length Overall: 37.2
- Beam: 21.6
- Draft: 3.7
- Displacement: 19845
- Mainsail Area: 592
- Working Headsail Area: 237
- Propulsion: Twin Diesel
- Total HP: 58
- Fuel Capacity: 106
- Fresh Water: 79
- Waste: 42
- Phone Number: Kurt: 619.571.3513
- Vessel Type: New Sail