Sold - Wharram 63 - “Noa ”

Wharram 63 - “Noa ”

"Noa" is a beautiful, two-masted, adventurous blue-water sailing cat and can be used for coast-hopping charters, day charters, crossing the ocean or used as a private luxury vessel. She is made of the best quality marine plywood with the West Epoxy System.She was built in South Africa, has a CE-Declaration, and is sailing with a Dutch flag.

She has 14 beds in 7 cabins, a well-equipped kitchen galley and two toilets and one shower. Because of her size and properties, her charter possibilities are diverse: ranging from a luxury relaxed cruise with all amenities to a sports cruise with active snorkeling, diving, surfing and fishing. Her deck surface is 150 square meters. She has a large capacity fresh water maker, 12 V solar panels (600 Wh), a 230V generator and all the necessary Blue Water navigation and voyaging equipment.

At the present time, she sails with a maximum of 12 people, although for daycharters, she can be used for 20-34 people.

The owner has just reduced the price of Noa 10,000 Euros and is ready to entertain offers!!!

Share |
LOA: 63'
TYPE: Wharram
YEAR: 1999
EUR: €150.000
LYING: Spain
Download the entire photo gallery in high resolution format.  (Size: 7.31 MB)

Additional Specs, Equipment and Information

This multihull is sold.

Disclaimer: The Multihull Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

Testimonials From Satisfied Customers


These are stand up people, who make a stand up product. I would buy from them again in a heartbeat.


~ Jay Clark, Dolphin 460
"Sugar Shack"


I just wanted you to know that your level of service and the high degree of customer satisfaction have made owning my Dolphin a great experience.


~ Daniel Zlotnick, Dolphin
"Sugar Shack"

Want to Learn More?

Subscribe to Our Email Newsletter