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Excess 14 review: competitively priced performance catamaran

  • Rupert Holmes
  • February 21, 2023

Can spacious performance cruising multihulls be built in large volumes at competitive prices? Excess thinks so and demonstrates just that with the Excess 14

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We’re sailing the Excess 14 upwind in 12-14 knots of true wind, with boat speed hovering between 7.4 and 8.0 knots. The helm feels positive and responsive, the boat tacks easily and responds readily to accurate sail trim.

Aside from the lack of heel, it’s the type of experience and real-world cruising speeds you might expect of a 50-something-foot monohull performance cruiser. Yet, this is an enormously spacious 26ft wide platform from the world’s largest boatbuilder, not a niche builder of expensive high performance designs.

Until now, anyone looking for a catamaran sailing experience that’s fun and rewarding to sail had a limited choice. Granted, yards such as Outremer and Marsaudon Composites produce fantastic boats, but they can be complex, while high tech construction and low build volumes inevitably mean hefty prices.

Groupe Beneteau identified a gap in the market into which it launched the Excess brand four years ago. How did the yard achieve good sailing qualities and performance in a high volume production boat with a commensurate price tag?

A policy to chase weight savings in every area, without creating an expensive high-tech boat, started with a Finite Element Analysis (FEA) of the entire structure by VPLP’s Vannes office, which normally deals with race boats.

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Asymmetric hull shape with more curvature outboard reduces drag and slamming. Photo: Andreas Lindlahr/EYOTY

Carbon reinforcement was added to highly stressed areas, such as the fully infused PET foam sandwich bulkheads, while weight was dropped from lightly stressed zones including hull skins, through using a lower density end grain balsa core. This is divided into small squares, separated by resin, so localised damage won’t allow water ingress to spread. Layup is monolithic in way of the engines and keels, while the deck is PET foam sandwich.

The weight of furniture also came under scrutiny – the galley, for instance, is 25% lighter without resorting to expensive foam cores. Light displacement is 12.8 tonnes, compared to 14-15 tonnes for other cruising catamarans this size, and is one of several factors that make a significant improvement to the way the boat sails.

Feedback loop

VPLP also optimised keel hydrodynamics. Renowned naval architect Vincent Lauriot Prévost was convinced these could be more efficient than cruising multihulls’ typical fat, low aspect keels – and his initial modelling showed a modest 10cm increase in draught would give 15% better efficiency.

At the same time, discussions on the Excess Lab, an online forum engaging directly with sailors, showed the market will accept a catamaran with deeper draught than the industry-standard 1.2m (4ft) chosen to allow access to shallow Bahamian anchorages. So draught was increased to 1.48m, allowing chord length to be reduced by half, meaning thinner keels, even less drag and further improvements in steering response. The rudders are also 20cm deeper, so their shape is less compromised than most cruising catamarans.

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Helm positions put you in contact with anyone in the cockpit, but the coachroof restricts visibility. Photo: Julien Gazeau

Other innovations include asymmetric hulls with more curvature and volume on the outside and less on the inside, reducing drag from the interaction of the wakes between the two hulls and slamming.

Our test boat had the optional 1.76m (5ft 9in) taller Pulse Line mast and longer bowsprit, which increases upwind sail area by 12m2 and adds 14m2 to the Code 0. The boat performed well on my first sail in 8-12 knots of breeze, reaching at speeds of up to 7.3 knots under Code 0, and maintaining six knots with a true wind angle of 58°.

However, it falls off quickly if you try to point too high in appreciably less than 10 knots true wind. Turning downwind and setting an asymmetric spinnaker we maintained 7-7.5 knots at a true wind angle of 145°, increasing to 8.5 knots after heading up 30°.

Light airs performance

My second sail gave an interesting chance to try the boat in light airs. Compared to a new 47ft monohull performance cruiser, sailing gently upwind in only 6-7 knots of true breeze, we were around 5° lower, but almost matched speed. Even in such gentle conditions the helm has good feel and the boat is responsive to sail trim.

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The bridgedeck accommodation is bright, with a wonderful almost all-round view. Photo: Julien Gazeau

The twin aft helm stations offer numerous advantages, including a direct connection from the wheels to the rudders using Dyneema cables. There’s an excellent view of the headsail luff, but there’s a large sector where you have to peer through the saloon windows. Nevertheless, for monohull sailors this feels like a natural place from which to steer and has the additional benefit of keeping the driver in contact with others in the cockpit.

The arrangement also makes short-handed berthing easier than cats with a central helm or a flybridge. As standard, mechanical cable engine controls are fitted at the starboard helm only, but our test boat had an electronic option with controls both sides.

Standard specification includes a square top mainsail and powerful overlapping genoa. Both are ideal for cruising cats, as the centre of effort is lowered and there’s no backstay to get in the way of the head of the mainsail.

Most sail controls are led to a bank of clutches and a pair of winches at the starboard helm station. Headsail sheets are colour coded, so tacking is an easy one-person operation. Our test boat had an electric winch upgrade, including a Harken Flatwinder powered mainsheet traveller.

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Helm seats hinge upwards to give access to the transoms. Photo: Andreas Lindlahr/EYOTY

My final day on board was in breezier conditions touching 17-18 knots, with a steep onshore chop that led to some wave tops gently slapping underneath the bridgedeck. This short, steep sea meant speed was quickly lost if you pointed too high when sailing close hauled. However, bearing off to a true wind angle just over 50° (around 33-34° apparent) saw brisk acceleration to speeds occasionally topping 8.5 knots.

Bearing away and deploying the Code 0 saw boat speed climb up to a maximum 10.3 knots. The delivery crew taking the boat from the Atlantic coast of France to the Cannes Yachting Festival report a top speed of 16.5 knots. However, this is not intended as a high performance vessel capable of sustained speeds in the upper teens, which makes it a less intimidating, easier boat to sail.

The central section of the aft cockpit is clear of sail handling action, with the exception of the traveller on the beam aft of the long bench seat across the back of the cockpit. An extending table to port allows easy circulation of people, yet can accommodate plenty for dining. There’s also an outdoor fridge and small bench seat on the starboard side of the cockpit. Access to the water or tender is from the aft platforms of each hull.

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Wide side decks make going forward easy. Photo: Andreas Lindlahr/EYOTY

Side decks are wide, with good handrails, but weight saving means there’s no well for a forward cockpit. Instead sunbeds and cushions at the front of the bridgedeck create an area for relaxing and socialising, while beanbags can be used on the big trampoline.

There’s also an option of a ‘sky lounge’ on one side of the hardtop for use when not under way. This is reached via a couple of steps each side of the mast. The boom sweeps low across the top of the coachroof and hardtop, making it easy to pack the mainsail away and close the lazy bag after sailing.

Stowage on deck is under the cockpit seating, plus large lockers at the front of the bridgedeck, one of which also houses the optional generator. This area has space for the windlass and chain locker, while there are big sail lockers forward in both hulls, with enough space for optional skipper’s cabins.

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Excellent owner’s suite includes a big dressing table/desk for those who work on board. Photo: Andreas Lindlahr/EYOTY

Under sail the boat has a sufficiently comfortable, relaxed and solid feel to make leaving the helm to wander into the saloon or galley a viable proposition, especially if an apparent wind speed alarm is set. There are no full height cabinets, so only the mullions obstruct vision, while the blind spot from the helm stations created by coachroof, genoa and Code sails are no longer a problem.

The saloon is large, with ample room for circulation, plus a navstation and big table with space to comfortably seat eight people for dining. There’s good natural ventilation, including two big hatches in the front windows, plus one outboard of the cooker, as well as wide doors aft. The lack of full-height lockers means acres of galley worktop space. There’s also generous refrigeration and easily accessed stowage, plus considerable additional volume below the floor.

Chines above the waterline boost accommodation volume in the hulls, giving more space than high octane performance cruising designs. The charter version has a full four cabin, four head, four shower layout with good space, privacy and stowage.

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Mmulti-function stowage space at the front of the owner’s hull can convert to an occasional twin berth cabin. Photo: Julien Gazeau

Owners’ versions offer an unusual, but effective, take on how to use the space at the front of the starboard hull. There’s a flexible forepeak, instead of the standard 4m-long bathroom, with excellent stowage, including space for a walk-in dressing room (or even workshop). Yet this area can be converted to two single berths when necessary, perhaps with grandchildren on board. Aft of this is a midships washroom with twin sinks alongside enclosed toilet and shower compartments.

Between this area and the large peninsula berth aft is a generous dressing table/desk area, with ample space for those who work from home. There’s substantial further stowage in multiple hanging lockers, shelves and drawers.

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It’s often said the benefits of owning a multihull come at the cost of compromising factors that bring joy to boat ownership. Excess has done a good job with this design which is a step forward compared to its first two models, the 12 and 15, which were hampered by being based on Lagoon hulls. Of course, there are more spacious and better finished boats of this size, as well as some with considerably better performance. Closest rivals are perhaps the Nautitech 44 Open and Neel 47 trimaran. Both are two tonnes lighter, faster and arguably nicer to sail, but they have appreciably less accommodation and the former is more expensive. The Excess Lab is also an example of the brand’s determination to try different things and pursue a different line, including how key interactions with the boating public are handled. It’ll be interesting to see what’s next.

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Sailboat Review: Light and Lively Excess 14

  • By Mark Pillsbury
  • November 7, 2023

Excess 14 Catamaran

When Groupe Beneteau’s Excess Catamarans introduced its first model in 2019 , a test sail in winds approaching 40 knots made it abundantly clear that the 38-foot-7-inch Excess 12 wasn’t just another pretty new face in the ever-growing cat crowd. That boat could sail.

A recent light-air outing aboard the company’s newest model, the Excess 14, was perhaps equally revealing. With a hull length right around 44 feet and a beam of 25 feet, 9 inches, this is a big, roomy and comfortable cruising cat. But in just 5 knots of breeze, sailing with the main and working jib set, the chart plotter’s speed over ground read 4.1 knots heading upwind with the sails sheeted hard. A little later, with the jib rolled up and the code zero unfurled and set on a sprit that brings the boat’s LOA to 52 feet, 5 inches, our boatspeed was 5.7 knots on a reach in wind gusting to maybe 6. 

Those were conditions that would have left a lot of similar-size multihulls parked, but the Excess 14 felt relatively lively underway and “tacked quickly,” I wrote in my notes. I also noted that line handling was easy, thanks to sheet winches within reach of the helms and an electric Harken FlatWinder winch that handles a traveler mounted outboard of a comfortable bench seat that spans most of the transom.

For the record, I’m a fan of the Excess brand DNA that calls for outdoor helm stations located far aft on either stern. Sitting at them underway, you can see and hear the water rush by and feel the breeze in your face. You know, like when you’re sailing. You can converse with people seated in the cockpit, and you have easy access to the salon should you care to set the autopilot and keep watch out of the elements, through windows that provide nearly 360 degrees of visibility.

Open to fresh ideas, the team at Excess started with a blank slate when they conceived the 14, and they gave naval architects at VPLP Design some liberty in terms of hull design in their quest for better performance. VPLP, drawing from their experience with a long line of racing machines, then tested and ultimately opted for asymmetrical hulls—think of a monohull sliced lengthwise down the middle and then separated—that tend to reduce the size of the waves produced between the hulls, thereby reducing drag that slows down the boat.

The design team also toyed with replacing the stub keels affixed to most cruising cats, including earlier Excess models, with the sort of lifting daggerboards found on high-performance cats. They dropped that idea, however, because daggerboards add complexity when sailing and take away from living space below. Instead, the 14 has more-efficient, deeper and thinner fixed foils that increase draft to 4 feet, 10 inches—a few inches deeper than what you would expect to find on cats of a similar size.

There are also interesting ­innovations found in the 14’s interior, where saving weight has a direct relationship to livelier sailing. Relatively lighter carbon-fiber cloth is employed in some structural areas for strength, and some bulkheads are infused using foam coring. And there’s less wood used in furniture, drawers and stowage areas. Overhead, the cabin top is injected-molded, eliminating the need for a liner. And in hulls with two staterooms and two head compartments located amidships, the toilets share a single holding tank to reduce plumbing, while the staterooms share one larger Webasto air-conditioning unit, saving the weight and wiring required for two. 

Excess is also involved with Groupe Beneteau’s overall efforts to adopt more-sustainable building practices. Laminates used for the performance mainsail and genoa are recycled material, and hemp fibers are used in place of fiberglass and injected with partly bio-sourced resin in some nonstructural parts such as locker lids. Even furniture knobs have been replaced by neat little loops of rope.

Buyers have a few decisions to make when ordering an Excess 14. There is a four-­stateroom version that would be well-suited for charter, and there are a couple of three-stateroom options. In one, the owner gets a large fore-and-aft bunk aft, a sitting area with a desk at the foot of the companionway, a head and shower forward, and a walk-in closet in place of a V-berth. A second plan, called the Transformer Version, has bunks far forward that can be folded down for sleeping or up for stowage. (One company photo shows a paddleboard stashed away there.) That’s the layout we saw in Miami and the one I’d choose if it were my boat. In all the layouts, the salon gets lots of sunlight and has a pleasant, airy feeling with the sliding door and window open aft. There’s an abundance of fridge and freezer space adjacent to the galley to port. Dining tables are indoors, at the front of the salon, and in the cockpit. 

The Miami boat included a pair of optional 57 hp Yanmar diesels with saildrives (45 hp engines come standard) that pushed us along at 7.8 knots in cruising speed and 8.4 knots in get-home-quick mode. Gear included an electric winch at the starboard helm to make raising the main easier, as well as engine controls at either wheel to make docking simpler. Davits are available, as are canvas Biminis over the wheels for shade.

The boat also had an optional seating area on the flybridge. It reminded me a bit of a stretch version of the footwell that you’d find on a Sunfish. I’m not sure if it’s an option I’d choose, and with the boom set relatively low on the mast, it wouldn’t be a place to lounge underway. Some might like to sit up there while at anchor to enjoy the view though.

The sail-away price for the boat we visited is right around $980,000, but that’s loaded with gear, including an Onan generator and a Pulse rig and sail package that includes a 70-foot-8-inch mast instead of the standard 64-foot-11-inch spar. The upwind Pulse rig sail area of 1,453 square feet will be appreciated by those who sail in variable conditions and like to go fast; in the trades, the standard 1,323 square feet might suffice, and the shorter rig would let you just squeeze under most Intracoastal Waterway bridges.

Me? I was happy to have the added horsepower provided by the bigger square-top main. Sailing a big cat in 5 knots of breeze isn’t always fun, but aboard the Excess 14, we had a jolly old time.

Excess 14 Specifications

LOA45’9″ (13.94 m)
LWL45’9″ (13.94 m)
BEAM25’9″ (7.85 m)
DRAFT4’10” (1.47 m)
SAIL AREA(100% Std/Pulse) 1,323/1453 sq. ft. (123/135 sq. m)
DISPLACEMENT28,219 lb. (12,800 kg)
SAIL AREA/ DISPLACEMENT(Std/Pulse) 22.8/25.1
WATER79 gal. (300 L)
FUEL(x2) 53 gal. (200 L)
HOLDING(x2) 21 gal. (80 L)
MAST HEIGHT(Std/Pulse) 64’11″/70’8″ (19.79/21.54 m)
ENGINE2x 45 hp Yanmar, saildrive 
DESIGNERVPLP Design, Nautor Design
WINDSPEED4-6 knots
MOTORINGCruise (2,300 rpm) 7.8 knots; Fast (2,800 rpm) 8.4 knots
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topRik marketplace presents the 16-meter sailing catamaran Excess 14 for sale, available for purchase right now. Here you will find information not only about the advantages of this model, but also about your privileges that you are entitled to on our trading platform.

Designed in collaboration with VPLP design, the Excess 14 double hull sailboat is a breath of fresh air in the world of catamarans. Designed entirely from the ground up, this unique beast is ready to take you on an exciting journey where you'll appreciate:

  • dynamic visual style inspired by offshore racing;
  • large overlapping genoa;
  • direct steering system;
  • forward sailing rigging.

Performance is also better than ever thanks to a low center of gravity, optimized volume distribution and reduced interference resistance.

But all this is not at the expense of comfort. Sale of Excess 14 features spacious, comfortable cabins, bathrooms with separate showers, separate pantries and a walk-in closet.

Living quarters have a modular structure. Thanks to the built-in calculator, which is designed specifically for the Excess 14 model and includes a detailed price for each option, you can customize your cabin package to suit your needs.

The Excess 14 continues the tradition of combining the looks and comfort of ocean racing with the comfort of a cruise ship. The beauty of asymmetry is well embodied in the visual design, thanks to the clever placement of the control stations in the aft hull and the gondola mounted in the aft, which makes the look fresh and unusual.

You have the opportunity to enjoy the control of this sport bird with all the necessary amenities.

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EXCESS 14 Catamaran - Boat Review Teaser - Multihulls World

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Excess 14 sailing catamarans : first visit at the Cannes Yachting Festival

Excess 14 sailing catamarans : first visit at the Cannes Yachting Festival

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BoatScopy EXCESS 14 - 23 minute private tour

Created just 3 years ago, the Excess catamaran brand unveiled at the Yachting Festival 2022 its 4th model, the Excess 14, a model that after the Excess 11, represents the second generation of the brand's boats

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Petit nouveau dans la gamme Excess Catamarans du Groupe Beneteau, l’Excess 14 donne tout son sens au positionnement de la marque.

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With the long-awaited introduction of the new Excess 14, Excess Catamarans squarely hits the bullseye of the brand’s cruising DNA. It is performance catamaran sailing in a production catamaran. And it brings a new standard of performance to the catamaran community.

New from the ground up, much like her sistership, the Excess 11, the Excess 14 accommodates many of the thoughts and design ideas of the Excess team. They incorporated these and other trends and put them together in a production boat unlike most others on the market.

Building on the success of the 38-foot Excess 11, the 50-foot Excess 14 (52’5” with optional composite bowsprit) moves the initial Excess concept farther into advanced boat design, specifically in the use of asymmetrical hull shapes, and a rig best suited for performance sailing, if not racing. 

The builder stopped short of deep daggerboards and interior compromises required for all-out performance, but there is more than enough of this technology to satisfy sailors interested in a brisk sailing experience rather than simply moving along to the next sun-drenched anchorage. 

The Excess 14 is for those who have the need for speed…and whose crew demands comfortable accommodations.

In fact, the Excess builder specifically developed this boat to appeal to millennial, monohull sailors who want the monohull sailing experience with the space and comfort of a modern catamaran. 

The hull length is 43’9” and the beam is 25’9”, dimensions that define a good-sized platform for comfortable living and offshore capability. The boat’s draft is 4’10”, a good compromise between shallow water boating where catamarans are known to excel, and upwind performance so often lacking in cruising catamarans. The Excess 14 will not disappoint when sailing to windward or running downwind. 

The house on the Excess 14 sits farther back than other cruising cats, and the mast is stepped forward of the cabin house, much like the Excess 11.

One of the significant design elements of the Excess 14 are the asymmetrical hulls. That means the outboard surfaces of the hulls are rounded as one expects. But the interior sides of each hull are flat. While this may not be a really new design feature in the history of multihulls, its benefits are apparent for a performance catamaran. The hull’s asymmetrical shape moves the center of buoyancy to the outboard side of the hull, so the boat seems to have a wider beam and righting moment. The flat sides of the interior hulls also affect the waves produced by the hulls going through the water, which reduces interference drag.

Coupled with inverted bows (that are easily lifted out of the water) and a transom more fully immersed, the result is a better maneuvering boat that is also easier to steer.

While the standard Excess 14 may just make it under ICW bridges, most people will find the optional Pulse Line pack is the way to go: the heck with the ICW. The Pulse option includes a taller rig (over 70 feet) with square-topped main, greater upwind sail area (1453 sq ft), and a 926-sq-foot Code O on its own furler. And its exterior details and graphics do more than hint at its performance.

With a displacement of just over 28,000 lbs, the boat comes standard with twin 45hp diesels (57hp engines are optional), two 53-gallon fuel tanks, 79 standard gallons of water, and two 21-gallon holding tanks.

All Excess catamarans have aft twin cockpits, located so that forward visibility is unrestricted. The person at the helm can see the wind and waves ahead as if sailing a monohull. In addition, clear saloon windows allow one to see across the deck to the other side of the boat from either helm location. This allows the sailing experience enjoyed by monohull sailors but with the added safety and security of good visibility across the rest of the wide real estate of the catamaran. And the steering is further enhanced by a steering system using textile lines to provide a superior feel between the rudders and wheel at the helm, not possible with hydraulic systems.

There are those who argue that aft helms are a poor location for long distance sailing, especially offshore. However, those sailing offshore will no doubt engage the boat’s autopilot to steer the boat on passages, rather than having a person at these helms for long watches. This scenario clearly works, as an Excess 11 took first place in its division in the 2021 ARC across the Atlantic.

The Excess 14 has a CE rating of Class A Offshore, for those interested in going farther afield than simply fast cruising in local waters.

The three-cabin standard layout is ideal for most couples. The starboard hull is dedicated to the owners, with a large aft walk-around berth, with a private living area forward. This living module includes a private dry bath, a private dressing area near the bow, and plenty of clothes and personal storage kept separate from the rest of the boat.

The port hull includes two cabins with sizable berths with ensuite heads and separate showers. The days of the wet head are apparently over for modern catamaran cruisers. Camping is not a requirement on the Excess line of catamarans.

The bridgedeck saloon deck is up a few steps from either hull. In addition to full windows all around for great visibility, there is a bright and contemporary interior treatment that highlights an interior preferred by younger sailors who don’t care for dark, traditional finishes. There is a nice centerline settee and table, and an L-shaped galley on the port side. Everything, in fact, one needs on a cruising boat.

With the sliding door open to the cockpit, the living spaces on this boat are enormous and extremely livable.

The Excess 14 will be a hit. It has a niche audience waiting for what it has to offer, in a package that combines production efficiency and value with performance, something the cruising world has been asking for.

The wait is over. 

Northwest 52 Details

Length Overall: 45' 9
Beam: 25 '9
Max Draft: 4' 10
Displacement: 28,219 lbs.
Horsepower (each): 2 x 45HP (57HP option)
Fuel Tank Capacity: 2 x 53 gallons
Water Tank Capacity: 79 gallons (option for additional 79)
Black Water Tank Capacity: 2 x 21 gallons

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Four years after it was first launched, Excess, the youngest of the Bénéteau Group brands, unveiled its fourth model at the Cannes Yachting Festival. The Excess 14 has undeniably benefited from the enthusiasm of its designers – the architects and the shipyard team have given their all to carve the brand’s unique DNA into the polyester of this catamaran. On a trip between Cannes and Italy, Multihulls World got the chance for a 36-hour test of this new model.

The objective of the Excess 14 is to get everyone (monohull aficionados included) to agree that cruising should be undertaken on more than one hull!

The Pulse Line version has a profile that has been lengthened by 5’7” (1.7 m). As for the bowsprit, it is 3’ (1 m) longer, giving a significant boost to the sail plan.

It glides under gennaker. Note the deep chine and the width at the sugarscoop compared to the waterline.

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Test location: delivery trip from Cannes to Genoa Conditions : 8 to 25 knots of wind, slight sea

Back in 2020, when the Bénéteau Group announced a 33% reduction in its portfolio of brands, one might have assumed that the fate of the young entity was sealed. But that would be without counting on three factors that proved to be decisive over its lack of maturity: the growth of the multihull market, which seems impervious to crises, the success of competitors claiming a rather seductive dynamism, and finally a team as young as it is enthusiastic. The Excess team, led by Thibaut de Montvalon, had no doubt for even a moment of the relevance of the brand’s positioning, which is more focused on performance and sailing pleasure than Lagoon. With the precious support of product manager Hervé Piveteau, an opportunely timed defector from Sun Fast, Thibaut has the ambition to put Excess into orbit... But don’t worry, it’s on the water that we accompanied the duo to discover this new opus that turned heads during its presentation last September.

A 110-mile delivery trip

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Thanks to Thibaut and Herve from Excess Catamarans for sharing the designs and thoughts behind their new model: the Excess 14 .

Like her smaller sister the Excess 11, the 14 has been developed from the ground up by Excess along with VPLP and Nauta design. She’s a completely new design. You can read our Excess 14 review on Katamarans.

First Impressions

They have followed the sporty look of the 11 with aft helms and a low boom for maximum sailing feel on the water. Some of the innovations we picked up on include:

Asymmetric hulls. According to Thibaud, they have spent a lot of time modelling the hull shape to get the best balance between speed through the water and living space. The cross section profile of the hulls is asymmetric.

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Overlapping Gennaker The 14 will be powered by an overlapping genoa. Like the 11, the 14 will be available with a standard rig or powered up with a Pulse Line rig.

Deeper Keels One of the other areas they have been looking at, is the depth of the keels: modeling sailing performance for different depths of fixed keel. The starting point was daggerboards, but have stuck to fixed keels and gone slightly longer. The draft will be just over 1.4m.

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2 Bowsprit Options There are 2 bowsprits you can go for, both are part of the structure of the boat rather than being bolted on- a configuration similar to high performance brands. The standard bowsprit takes the boat length from 13.34m up to 13.97m. An optional longer bowsprit will take the total boat length up to 15.99m (including davits)

New Helm Seat Design The helms remain aft, but Excess have developed a new design for the double helm seat on each side of the boat. I’m looking forward to seeing more details on those.

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Flexible Living Space Down Below It looks like they have developed some very interesting options in the forward cabin where you can flex the space between 2 single berths and a walk in wardrobe.

Weight It sounds like the Weight Police have been busy on this boat. Projected weight will be between 12-13 tonnes. It’s not an area that they are obsessing over to gain (for example) half a knot, but at the same time, the idea is to design and produce a comfortable cruising catamaran with good sailing sensations.

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Revolutionary 43.5m (142’7”) catamaran THIS IS IT is from the team at Tecnomar, part of The Italian Sea Group, who built the yacht in Italy in 2024. She features an aluminium hull and superstructure with a beam of 14.5m (47’7”) and a 750GT volume.

NOTABLE FEATURES OF THIS IS IT: ~Radical design ~Expansive owners suite ~Six staterooms for 14 guests ~Massage room ~Air conditioning ~WiFi

EXTERIOR Her unique design and bold silhouette features more than 600-square-metres of glass windows which created a challenge when the team were trying to control the weight. Her design could be described as being closer to land architecture than traditional yachts. Her exterior lines are soft and smooth, blending traditional design concepts with innovation which pushed the performance of the aluminium to its limit.

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INTERIOR She showcases a generous interior volume with features which include a massage room and a galley adorned in glass mirrors creating a futuristic ambience.

In terms of materials, leather and alcantara, oak and teak are blended across her interior, with bold geometric designs and marble accents. The colour palette consists of light beige and platinum grey tones, combined with gold and bronze.

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The layout boasts six staterooms, including an expansive owner’s suite, complete with a large skylight, with a height of 3.3.-metres. The owner’s stateroom also features a panoramic terrace and a vertical garden which stretches across two decks, reminiscent of a beach house.

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43.51m  /  142'9   tecnomar   2024.

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Luxury charter yacht 'This is It' is the prime candidate for anyone looking for a taste of the superyacht lifestyle

The 43.9m/144' catamaran yacht 'This is It' offers the unmissable chance to charter a brand new superyacht, having only launched this year. Delivered by the Italian shipyard Tecnomar and featuring interior styling by Italian designer The Italian Sea Group she can comfortably accommodate up to 12 guests in 6 cabins.

For those looking for a little more space without compromising on luxury, This is It has everything you need. Boasting a wealth of spacious living areas and charter-focused amenities, this yacht is purpose-built for fabulous vacations with families and friends.

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Built in 2024, This is It offers guest accommodation for up to 12 guests in 6 suites. She is also capable of carrying up to 13 crew onboard to ensure a relaxed luxury yacht charter experience.

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A charter on This is It is comfortable and convenient thanks to the provided amenities, particularly a sauna to help you detox and regenerate. Kick back and relax in the well-appointed spa or soak up the bubbles in style in the deck jacuzzi.

Whatever your activities on your charter, you'll find some impressive features are seamlessly integrated to help you, particularly Wi-Fi connectivity, allowing you to stay connected at all times, should you wish. Guests will experience complete comfort while chartering thanks to air conditioning.

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Built with a aluminium hull and aluminium superstructure, she offers greater on-board space and is more stable when at anchor thanks to her full-displacement hull. Powered by twin MTU engines, she comfortably cruises at 17 knots, reaches a maximum speed of 21 knots with a range of up to 3,500 nautical miles at 10 knots.

This is It has a good selection of water toys and accessories to entertain you and your guests whilst on charter. Take to the sea on the Jet Skis offering you power and control on the water. Another excellent feature are Jobe towable toys offering fun and adventure. Additionally, there are waterskis that are hugely entertaining whether you are a beginner or a seasoned pro. If that isn't enough This is It also features a seabob, wakeboards, kayaks and kneeboards. When it comes to Tenders, This is It has you covered - with two tenders, including a 15m/49'3" Technohull Chase Tender.

Book your next the Mediterranean luxury yacht charter aboard This is It this summer. She is also accepting bookings this winter on request.

Luxury catamaran yacht This is It is one of a kind, offering world-class onboard amenities coupled with an overflowing toy box full of the latest water sports gear for unforgettable yacht charters wherever you are.


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Length 43.51m / 142'9
Beam 14.5m / 47'7
Draft 2.25m / 7'5
Gross Tonnage 750 GT
Cruising Speed 17 Knots
Builder Tecnomar
Model Custom
Exterior Designer The Italian Sea Group
Interior Design The Italian Sea Group

Amenities & Entertainment

For your relaxation and entertainment This is It has the following facilities, for more details please speak to your yacht charter broker.

This is It is reported to be available to Charter with the following recreation facilities:

  • Lift3 Efoil More 5'4 With XR Battery 200 Wing
  • 1 x 15m  /  49'3 Technohull Chase Tender
  • 1 x 6m  /  19'8 Castoldi Tender

For a full list of all available amenities & entertainment facilities, or price to hire additional equipment please contact your broker.

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Mediterranean Summer Cruising Region

Summer Season

May - September

€450,000 p/week + expenses Approx $482,500

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€490,000 p/week + expenses Approx $525,500

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Mediterranean Croatia, France, Greece, Italy, Malta, Monaco, Montenegro, Turkey

HOT SPOTS:   Amalfi Coast, Corsica, French Riviera, Ibiza, Mykonos, Sardinia, The Balearics

Winter Season

October - April

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    2024 Excess 14. US$697,681. US $5,510/mo. Bach Yachting International | Dalmatia, Croatia. Request Info. <. 1. >. * Price displayed is based on today's currency conversion rate of the listed sales price.

  2. Excess 14 review: competitively priced performance catamaran

    Price as reviewed: £436,153.00 (Base price ex VAT) TAGS: Boat tests catamaran multihulls Top stories Boats. We're sailing the Excess 14 upwind in 12-14 knots of true wind, with boat speed ...

  3. 2023 Excess 14 Sailing Catamaran Boat Review

    Displacement 28,219 lbs. Sail Area 1,323 sq ft upwind (1,453 Pulse Line) Power 2x 45-hp (2x 57-hp upgrade) Fuel/water 2x 53 gallons / 79 gallons. Designer VPLP. Builder/website excess-catamarans.com. As-Tested Price $980,000. View Excess 14 sailing catamarans for sale on YachtWorld now. Next Article.

  4. Sailboat Review: Light and Lively Excess 14

    The Excess 14 catamaran stepped up and delivered a punch, despite nearly calm conditions, providing a hint of the fun a good breeze might deliver. The roomy, comfortable cat has outdoor helm stations located far aft on either stern. Sitting at them underway you can feel the breeze on your face. Courtesy the Manufacturer.

  5. Excess 14: Top 10 Best Best Nominee

    Per de Montvalon, 85% of buyers are monohull sailors making their first foray into catamarans. The Excess 14 delivers on the brand's initial positioning, and it's a kick to sail, so I can say with conviction that I've moved from snarky cynic to true believer. LOA: 45' 9" (52' 5" Pulse Line) Beam: 25' 9. Draft: 4' 10". Displ ...

  6. Discover the new Excess 14

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  7. Catamaran Excess 14 for Sale

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  8. 2024 Excess 14 Catamaran for sale

    Description. 2024 Excess 14. Customizable Boat: Fort Lauderdale. The Excess 14 is the Excess DNA's purest expression. It is the end result of careful design work and distinctively brand-specific manufacturing execution. It is a stylish cruising boat with lively and entertaining features.

  9. Excess 14 Catamaran For Sale

    The Excess 14 is for those who have the need for speed…and whose crew demands comfortable accommodations. In fact, the Excess builder specifically developed this boat to appeal to millennial, monohull sailors who want the monohull sailing experience with the space and comfort of a modern catamaran. The hull length is 43'9" and the beam is ...

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  11. Discover the new Excess 14

    Discover this brand new model without further delay! The Excess 14 is the pure incarnation of the Excess DNA. It is the result of a dedicated design work and an industrial execution, unique to the brand. It is a cruising yacht that is both fun and playful, with sleek lines. This catamaran is the outcome of innovative architecture, of unbiased ...

  12. Excess 14 Catamaran Review

    Excess. 14. Excess Catamarans have been busy since they launched their first model in 2019. First they splashed the 12 and the 15 which used modified Lagoon moulds for the hulls. They followed that up with the Excess 11 which was designed from the keels up. The second "pure" design is the Excess 14, which continues to develop the sporty DNA ...

  13. Boat Review by Multihulls World of: Catamaran Excess 14

    The objective of the Excess 14 is to get everyone (monohull aficionados included) to agree that cruising should be undertaken on more than one hull! The Pulse Line version has a profile that has been lengthened by 5'7" (1.7 m). As for the bowsprit, it is 3' (1 m) longer, giving a significant boost to the sail plan. It glides under gennaker.

  14. Excess: the catamaran brand that combines comfort and thrills under sail

    OUR DNA. Excess is the Beneteau Group's brand of catamarans with a fun and refreshing character. The yearning to put to sea is now taking on new desires and new needs. It was starting from this observation that we envisaged our catamarans. Our brand invites you to enjoy the pleasure of being under sail with your tribe and living new adventures ...

  15. Discover the new Excess 14

    The Excess 14 is the pure incarnation of the Excess DNA. It is the result of a dedicated design work and an industrial execution, unique to the brand. It is a cruising yacht that is both fun and playful, with sleek lines. This catamaran is the outcome of innovative architecture, of unbiased research work seeking 'out of the box' solutions.

  16. Excess 14 Catamaran Launch

    The cross section profile of the hulls is asymmetric. The 14 will be powered by an overlapping genoa. Like the 11, the 14 will be available with a standard rig or powered up with a Pulse Line rig. One of the other areas they have been looking at, is the depth of the keels: modeling sailing performance for different depths of fixed keel.

  17. 14 m catamarans for sale

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  18. 2023 Excess 14 Catamaran for sale

    Excess Catamaran's newest and sportiest model, the Excess 14, has just completed her World Boat Show Tour and is now available for delivery on the Gulf Coast of the United States. Launched in Les Sables d'Olonnes, France, in August and code-named "Rocket," she was delivered by the Excess Team for her World Debut at the famous Cannes Yachting ...

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  21. THIS IS IT Yacht Charter Details, Tecnomar

    Revolutionary 43.5m (142'7") catamaran THIS IS IT is from the team at Tecnomar, part of The Italian Sea Group, who built the yacht in Italy in 2024. She features an aluminium hull and superstructure with a beam of 14.5m (47'7") and a 750GT volume. NOTABLE FEATURES OF THIS IS IT: ~Radical design ~Expansive owners suite ~Six staterooms ...

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