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" Shallow Minded"

2011 Gemini 105MC

34' Catamaran

If you are looking for a pocket catamaran that will perform in open water and delivers the ability to "gunk hole' than you are looking for "Shallow Minded". The sails, rigging, hull and interior are in fine condition. Ground tackle and tender will make very trip an adventure.


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2011 Gemini 105 MC

"Shallow Minded"

2011 Gemini 105Mc

If you are looking for a pocket catamaran that will perform in open water and delivers the ability to "gunk hole' than you are looking for "Shallow Minded".

The Gemini 105Mc is a great design that allows just that. With its minimum draft of 1'6" to a maximum of 5'6" - when the centerboards are down.  This boat has a 14' beam that supplies a steady, stable sailing experience and an abundance of living space below.

The hardcover cockpit with its starboard bulkhead helm, large storage lockers and molded benches and steps provides an accessible, safe and comfortable area to sail this vessel. The aft steps, on each hull, allows easy access to the davit hung tender and makes easily boarding the vessel possible

The Inboard/outboard center drive Westerbeke 27hps diesel engine pushes "Shallow Minded" with ease.

A full main with lazy jacks and a 150% genoa provides the power behind the sailing power of this vessel. The electrical windless with chained ground tackle delivers the holding strength need when anchoring.

Entering the cabin, which is on the same level, presents a large settee that center table can be removed to make a relaxing lounging pit or drop the table down to make a double size berth. The chart table is to the right with the side loading refrigerator/freezer unit and the boat's electrical panel is the left which is located above a padded seat.

Stepping down into the port hull, heading aft is a double berth cabin, heading forward is the enclosed marine head with as stainless-steel sink. Proceeding across the salon to the starboard and down the step is the galley, 2 burner propane stove/oven and a covered double sink. Heading toward the bow is the captain's quarter with the queen-size berth, at the other end of this hull is another double berth cabin.

The cabin is keeps cool with a Cabin top air conditioner.

The 2001 Gemini 105 Mc Catamaran is a sought after model.The rigging, sails, engine and hull are all in fine condition. This one is worth the time to see. Professionally detailed and ready to go.It with it's 9.5" tender is design for adventure.

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This is the third version of an already thoughtful design that tony smith has been tweaking for years. it's a spacious, stable platform for a fast-cruising couple..

34 foot gemini catamaran

Tony Smith’s most recent design is the third iteration of a 34-foot catamaran that his company, Performance Cruising, Inc., of Annapolis, first introduced to the American market in the 1990s. The result of Smith’s continued tinkering, the 105Mc, is, he says faster than the original. Since this is our first review of the Gemini cat in any version, we can’t compare. But we can report that this boat is fast for a cruising catamaran. It’s also evidence that when a builder is willing to incorporate new and sometimes expensive ideas in design development, the results can be worth the investment.

Company History Tony Smith is a British expatriate who, with wife Susan, formed Performance Cruising in 1980. Following graduation from the University of East Anglia with a degree in engineering, he studied the mechanics of boat performance while participating in singlehanded races, including the first 2,100-mile Round Britain race, in which he finished fourth.

He began his boatbuilding career by constructing a 24-foot Piver trimaran in a shed in England. Then, in 1969, he developed a method of integrating foam coring with fiberglass, and produced the Telstar, a 26-foot, folding trimaran. During a 10-year run, 300 of the boats were sold worldwide. Along the way, he also was involved in the construction of 30- to 70-foot custom yachts.

Eventually emigrating to the US, he introduced the Telstar to the US market. Following the loss of the molds in a fire in 1981, he re-emerged on the scene with the design for a new catamaran, appropriately called the Phoenix, the first Gemini.

Gemini 105Mc

In 1993, the company launched the Gemini 3400, the first catamaran with a lifting underhung rudder system. It was eventually modified and reintroduced as the 105M, and the 105Mc is the most recent upgrade.

With 800 boats on the water, the company claims to be the best-selling catamaran manufacturer in the US. In 2002 the company’s 20 employees built and sold 54 boats, valued at $8 million, in a 16,000-square-foot factory. An additional 25,000 square feet of production space are currently under construction.

Six dealers are located in Florida, Maryland, California and Washington. Though the company also sells directly to customers, there’s no price advantage, and a connection to a local dealer would be an advantage if warranty issues arise.

A prototype for a new Telstar trimaran is undergoing sea trials, and can be seen on the Performance Cruising website.

Appearance/Design Smith’s perspective on sailing and yacht design fits the definition of a multihull advocate. From his standpoint, sailing is about speed, comfort, and stability.

From an aesthetic standpoint, comparisons of a 35-foot catamaran to a cruising monohull are usually akin to comparing a coupe to a delivery van. Though both may be designed to accomplish the same purposes, the execution varies greatly. Many cruising multihulls present a slab-sided appearance, and boxlike profiles with cabins extending high above deck level.

The 105Mc does not. When viewed from the quarter, the Mc has a relatively sporty appearance, even with the addition of a cockpit canopy that raises the boat’s profile. Viewed on the centerline, there’s no question she’s a cat, though the unsightly strakes of the 3400 version have been eliminated.

Smith says Gemini catamarans are designed for “serious ocean cruising,” adding that “a 23-day passage with son Neil across the North Atlantic opened my eyes to her capabilities.”

During the passage, he says, the pair encountered 45-knot winds and 35-foot waves, but never felt they were in harm’s way, and were comfortably ensconced in the cockpit wearing layers of fleece.

As most readers know, voyaging in multihulls offshore demands some different sailing techniques and priorities than sailing ballasted monohulls. The high initial stability of a multihull works both ways: the boat will mightily resist capsizing, but if it does go over and invert, it will be virtually impossible to right again without the assistance of a large ship with a cargo crane. Assuming the essential integrity of the hulls, the platform will be stable, and the crew will live in an inverted world pending rescue. However, very few owners of cruising multihulls have the occasion to take their boats into conditions that seriously challenge their initial stability, and (North Atlantic deliveries by designers notwithstanding) this Mc will usually be sailed in coastal or near-coastal waters.

The Mc has the same basic dimensions as the 3400. Note that the weights published in the company’s sales literature and on its website are at odds with each other. Dimensions in this article are accurate, Smith says: “The 105M and the Mc are the same weight—9,600 pounds. We realized after our trans-Atlantic trip that the weights we had given for the 105M were too low. We finally bought a pair of scales!

“The mast on the Mc is a foot taller than the 105M, and has a 1′ crane.” The mainsail now carries a large roach and full battens, increasing mainsail area from 260 to 340 square feet, a hefty jump. The 150% genoa carries 350 square feet.

A new option is a flat-cut overlapping genoa known in the multihull world as a “screecher.” This 490-square-foot sail produces spinnaker performance without adding a pole and guys.

The furling drum for the screecher tack can move athwartships on a curved track that is mounted at the prows of both hulls and across the bowsprit/anchor platform, forward of where the anchor is dropped through. This movable tack allows more flexibility with sheeting angles, especially when attempting to work to weather.

The cut of the sail allows it to be sailed to within 50 degrees of the apparent wind, and the tack arrangement doesn’t get in the way of the ground tackle.

Smith describes the hull shapes, introduced in 1995 on the 105M model, as “revolutionary in the multihull industry.” They have a 9:1 length to width ratio.

“They closely resemble a racing monohull,” Smith says. “They are shallow and fat, with a teardrop shape to produce more speed and increase load-carrying capacity. Compared to the 3400, narrower shapes allow hulls to be moved outward to produce stability without increasing beam.”

The foredeck has 39″ of clearance at the bow. (Note that the builders refer to the deck area forward of the cabin as the “bridge deck,” but we’ll use “foredeck” as we don’t want to confuse it with the bit of decking often found between the cockpit and the companionway.)

Asymmetric centerboards were designed to reduce turbulent drag and increase lift. Constructed of a combination of fiberglass mat and Kevlar surrounding closed cell foam, they pivot upward to allow shallow-water anchoring. Located in cavities on the hulls, they are raised from inside the main saloon, a convenient arrangement that does not interfere with galley or navigational chores. Smith says the combination of hull and centerboard redesigns produced a boat requiring “25% less energy to push it the same speed.”

The cockpit sole has been lowered slightly to increase headroom to 6′ 7″. However, the modification does not impair the helmsman’s view forward through a large Lexan window that spans the deck. The wheel was moved outboard, allowing the helmsman to steer from the rail. Mainsail controls are now located on a thicker transom that provides more comfortable seating for crew, and the stern has been modified to allow access from swim ladders.

Smith’s personality is that of a consummate tinkerer. However, unlike industry giants, he enjoys the luxury of being able to continually focus his attention on one product with an eye toward evolutionary improvements.

Deck One early impression while sailing this boat is that the cockpit doesn’t resemble a spaghetti factory, though the boat is as well-equipped with name-brand equipment as a similar-sized monohull.

Halyards are led to winches on the mast rather than sheetstoppers on the cabintop because, Smith says, “you’re operating on a stable platform, even in a blow,” so moving forward is not as treacherous.

The mast carries straight double spreaders and is stepped on deck atop the main bulkhead. The headstay is opposed by a split backstay with tensioner. Halyards are internal. Shrouds are dead-ended on chainplates at the main bulkhead. The chainplates are bolted through steel strapping bonded into the foredeck area.

The mast is rigged with permanent checkstays angled 20 degrees aft. These are supported through the deck by a stainless steel rod married to a steel plate mounted horizontally in the hull. The powerful sailplan is well supported.

As is true on most catamarans, movement forward is relatively effortless. The combination of 14″ wide steps, a handhold on the canopy, a stainless steel handrail recessed in the cabintop, and 10″ wide decks, allowed us to move forward safely in blustery conditions we encountered on a test sail.

Gemini 105Mc

The large sundeck and plastic seats attached to the forward rail provide passengers comfortable lounging spaces forward of the mast when underway. Unlike a lightweight monohull, the cat’s performance is relatively unaffected by weight on the foredeck. Storage compartments are located in each hull.

The helmsman steers seated on a 27″ wide x 16″ deep seat that affords unrestricted views forward. We sailed with three passengers under the canopy without interfering with the skipper. Though the saloon may be enclosed in stinky weather, clear windows on the top half of the cockpit bulkhead slide open to allow the driver to commiserate with passengers.

The mainsheet is attached to the end of the boom and a section of track mounted on the stern rail that affords excellent sail control. However, the task becomes difficult when the cockpit is enclosed by a clear vinyl cover.

Lockers for storage of propane tanks and an optional generator are also located in the cockpit.

Belowdecks Step over an 11″ doorframe into the saloon and there’s no comparing the open spaces of the Mc’s 14-foot beam to the view along the saloon of a typical 34-foot monohull. That impression is augmented by a portlight array that provides 360-degree visibility, and four Bowmar hatches that allow light and air to flow in from overhead.

Fiberglass surfaces are light and shiny, and veneers nicely finished. The fit of most cabinetry is above average.

The centerpiece of the saloon is a C -shaped dining area surrounded by cushions that, with the table removed, serves as a conversation pit. When lowered, the table converts to a double berth.

The space to port, amidships along the hull, is dedicated to the navigator. The master stateroom is forward amidships and to starboard, with the bunk set at a slight angle. The head is forward to port. There’s an elongated galley on the starboard side, matched by a navigator’s station along the port side, and twin staterooms aft.

The boat has enough bunks for 6-8 adults, but Smith rightly calls it “a couple’s boat.” This is a refreshing contrast to builders who overstate the livability of their products.

In addition to its spaciousness, the minimum headroom, even in the head, is more than 6′, so most passengers will be able to stand upright.

Though the interior is not dramatically different than typical production boats, several touches contribute to a favorable impression. The dining table is solid teak. Leaves increase the surface of the table to feed 6-8 adults, and it rotates 90 degrees to fit the crowd.

Part of the navigator’s 89″ long work surface is elevated and shaped so a chart kit fits securely.

Aft staterooms have a 28″ x 28″ area in which to change clothes without banging the hull. Both have double berths and opening ports. Propane sensors and fume detectors are standard equipment in the staterooms, as are audible alarms.

The size of the galley on the Mc was increased by locating countertops on the inboard and outboard sides of the passageway, and the addition of drawers and cabinets. Similarly, room for a built-in microwave was added. The space is filled with a Voyager 2000 two-burner stove with oven and broiler, and two-section stainless steel sink. A solar vent is located overhead. The four-cubic-foot refrigerator is a Dometic American.

Skipper’s quarters are filled with light by a port spanning the hulls that presents views through black Lexan. The queen-sized berth sits on an island with nothing below it but water. Storage is forward in the hull, and in bins to starboard. The aft bulkhead of the compartment is enclosed by smoked glass that slides out of the way to provide a view corridor for the helmsman.

The head compartment on the Mc is big, bright, and well-ventilated. A good touch is a siphon arrangement that allows fresh water to be pumped through the toilet after every use, helping to eliminate odors.

Throughout the catamaran, spaces are well-organized and proportioned, so crews will rest, eat, and sleep in comfort. The skipper’s quarters are large enough to help compensate for the monthly mortgage payment and slip fees.

Construction The Gemini plant is a model of efficiency, with no wasted space, as we learned during an afternoon tour. Boats typically require 5-7 days to proceed past six stations to a forklift waiting to launch them into a creek behind the facility.

Hulls, decks, and interior liners that provide reinforcement of the structure and a base for furniture are solid fiberglass. Liners are glassed and tabbed into the hull prior to installation of the deck.

The lamination schedule calls for vinylester resins bonding a barrier coat of 1.5-oz mat followed by two layers of 18 x 15 Cofab mat. The only coring is 1/2″ end-grain balsa across the foredeck and cabintop, and in cockpit areas in which there are no deck fittings.

The hull-deck joint is a shoebox design bonded with something Smith calls “black poly putty,” produced by Cook’s. Most builders prefer 3M5200 but Smith has used the putty for 20 years because “it has an 8- hour setup time that allows workers to be more precise in the placement of the two sections. It makes a phenomenal bond that is not brittle because it is chemically cured, a better alternative than air-cured products.”

Once installed, the deck is secured with stainless steel fasteners on 5″ centers and the joint is covered by a gunwale guard.

Following his trans-Atlantic trip, Smith decided that the boat needed to undergo a weight loss program. When constructed, most boats are heavier than designed, and the Mc was no exception. Smith estimates the boat was 1,000 pounds too heavy.

“It was not a matter of speed, but of comfort,” he said. “I felt that by reducing the boat’s weight I could increase its buoyancy and produce a more comfortable ride.”

To that end, he replaced drawers in the forward stateroom with bins, substituted 1/2″ plywood for 3/4″ in some areas, and lightened the lamination in some nonload-bearing areas.

The boat’s Achilles heel could be the solving of wiring or plumbing problems, should they occur. Wiring looms are attached to the liner prior to the installation of the liner to the hull, and are virtually inaccessible. Of the arrangement, Smith says “our looms are foolproof. Remember, we’ve been doing this for 20 years and the process is evolutionary, not revolutionary.” Spare hoses are installed during construction to ease retrofitting appliances, and 12-volt wires are run through PVC to avoid heat and chafe. Wires exit the mast into the forward stateroom, and can be accessed in a panel between the deck and liner. Still, we wouldn’t want to perform subcutaneous surgery on this boat.

Performance We sailed the 105Mc on the day after the Annapolis Boat Show ended, when multihull manufacturers congregate to offer rides to interested sailors. A northeaster arrived that morning, bringing winds that built to 25-35 knots and produced a 3-4 foot chop. We were the only multi hull on the water.

Gemini 105Mc

With the wind abeam when we slipped dock lines, once we were underway she motored well despite her windage. On the bay, the boat sailed with little heel, and fast, under a reefed mainsail and a flat, 90% jib. Nearby, the three-person crew aboard a 30-foot monohull struggled to keep their boat on her feet.

Sailing closed-hauled, speed fluctuated between 6.5 and 7 knots. The short chop produced a bumpy ride and water over the bow, but we stayed on course with very little leeway. When we cracked off, speed fluctuated between 7 and 12 knots in wind speeds ranging from 17 to 25 knots. She was easy to steer, and responsive when we made sudden maneuvers to avoid crab pots.

The canopy protects crew from the elements, but may provide a false sense of security, as we learned when we moved forward from its protection and stepped into a chilly breeze and seaspray. Handrails are well located, and the nonskid was effective on the wet deck.

The boat is propelled under power by a single Westerbeke diesel, using an outdrive leg than can be lifted clear of the water. The current standard engine is 27-hp, up from the 20-hp engine previously installed.

Conclusions This third generation of Gemini cat is an improvement over her predecessors. She sails as well to windward as can be expected of a cruising catamaran (better than many) and shows good speed and stability off the wind. She’s easy to operate, and well-built. Spaces belowdecks are comfortable and larger than those on similar-sized monohulls, though the lack of a second head will be an inconvenience for skippers overnighting with large crews. With the 27-hp engine, a 150% genoa and furler, and electronics, the tab for the 105Mc is $129,500. Add a screecher for another $5,400.

Contact – Performance Cruising, Inc., 410/626-2720,


Where is the production site, and can a tour of the facility be arranged?

The boat is no longer in production. Tony retired and sold the company. I think during the 2005 market crash everything fell apart. The outdrive and engine aren’t made anymore. The new owners redesigned the boat and ruined the original idea. They tried to design a boat for the single handed rental market in the Caribbean with a deeper draft and fixed keels. It didn’t sell well.

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In 1995, multihull sailor, designer, and boatbuilder Tony Smith made a splash with the launch of his Gemini 105M. Thirty-three feet long and with a beam of just 14 feet, the Gemini was large enough for serious cruising, comfortable enough to live aboard, had retractable daggerboards for upwind sailing and gunkholing in the shallows, and could fit snuggly within a conventional boat slip. Plus, the little cat had staying power. Over the ensuing 17 years, his company, Performance Cruising, located on a creek just outside of downtown Annapolis, Maryland, built more than 1,100 of the 105M, an impressive run considering that most production builders change models seemingly with the seasons.

Now his daughter, Laura Smith Hershfeld—who in 2009 became president of the company that’s now called Gemini Catamarans —anticipates that the newly launched Legacy 35 will enjoy a similar reception.

I boarded the brand-new model on a blustery Chesapeake Bay morning following the U.S. Sailboat Show in Annapolis last fall. It was a heck of a day for a sail and a good morning to be on a dry, sure-footed cat that took the gusts in stride. I’d hitched a ride out on the Zodiac used by our Boat of the Year judges, so the Legacy 35 was already under way with the square-topped main hoisted when I climbed aboard and was greeted by Gemini’s Robin Hodges. As the inflatable roared away, we rolled out the 120-percent genoa, set on a Hood furler, and we were off, too.

Judging from the breeze, we wouldn’t need the code zero set on the optional Seldén sprit. With the wind hovering near the mid teens and gusting higher, we were quite comfortable with boat speeds that ranged from 5 knots up into the 7s, depending on the point of sail. The Lewmar steering and twin rudders were smooth to the touch as we tracked along and then tacked. If there was one thing I might’ve wished for, it would’ve been another winch at the helm station when we jibed onto starboard tack. Both the mainsheet and starboard jib sheet are led through stoppers and share the same winch, making it a bit of a dance to center the main and cast off the genoa simultaneously. Robin said they were working on a solution.

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The Gemini 34 catamaran is 34 feet long and has a 14 feet beam. This 1998 diesel Gemini 34 catamaran powered by Wersterbeke 30B3 S/J2 with 27 HP horsepower. The Gemini 34 catamaran is made of fiberglass. This vessel comes equipped with holding tanks .


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Scotch Bonnet 1995 | 34' Gemini 3400 Sailboat for Sale

1995 gemini, 34' (10.36m) 3400 - scotch bonnet, scotch bonnett is a 1995 34' gemini 3400 sail catamaran in nice condition..

  • White Stone Virginia United States
  • Fiberglass Hull

$ 65,000 USD

€ 61,061 euros $ 89,464 cad.



Scotch Bonnet is a 1995 34' Gemini 3400 sail catamaran in good condition. She offers a Westerbeke 30 HP auxiliary with a sail drive, Victron Energy 2,000 watt inverter, 175 watt solar panel, 2019 West Marine RIB tender, composting head and a 3 stateroom layout.

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34 foot gemini catamaran

LOA: 34' " (10.36 Meters)

Type: Sail - Used

Beam: 14' "

Bridge Clearance: 45' "

Draft Max: 5' "

Draft Min: 1' 6"

Double Berths: 2

Queen Berths: 1

Maximum Speed: Knots

Cruise Speed: Knots

  • Fuel Type: Diesel

Hull Material: Fiberglass

Fuel Tank: 36 Gallons (136.27 Liters)

Fresh Water: 60 Gallons (227.12 Liters)

Holding Tank: Gallons ( Liters)

Full Details

34' gemini vessel walkthrough.

From the hardtop covered cockpit, you enter the salon and find a wrap-around settee forward, single benchseat port aft and galley refrigerator starboard aft. You can step down on port to find a stateroom aft, storage cabinetry amidships and the head port forward or you can step down on starboard to find the master stateroom forward, galley amidships and a stateroom aft.

The headroom in the cockpit is 6'1", 5'11" to 6'4" in the salon, 6'1" in both aft staterooms, 5'11" in the master stateroom, 6' in the galley and 5'9" in the head. The master stateroom berth is 6'5" long and each aft stateroom berth is 6'1" long.

34' Gemini Accommodations

Scotch Bonnet offers a master stateroom forward with a queen size berth and a stateroom aft on each side with a double size berth.

34' Gemini Salon

The salon offers a wrap-around settee with a folding teak table forward, single benchseat port aft, fans, teak & holly sole, opening aft windows, side windows with curtains and shelves.

34' Gemini Galley

The down galley is located to starboard.

  • Dometic refrigerator/freezer (Propane and electric)
  • 2-burner propane cooktop and oven
  • Double stainless steel sinks
  • Formica countertop
  • Raw and fresh water faucets
  • Storage cabinets

34' Gemini Dining

Dining space is available at the salon settee.

34' Gemini Master Stateroom

The master stateroom is starboard forward and offers a queen size berth, windows forward with curtains, fan, shelves, storage cabinets and drawers, hanging locker, teak & holly sole, overhead hatch with a solar fan.

The head is port forward.

34' Gemini Guest Staterooms

The port aft and starboard aft staterooms offer a double size berth, 2 portlights and a side window with a curtain. The starboard aft stateroom does not have a mattress and is being used for storage.

34' Gemini Cockpit

The cockpit offers a hardtop, benchseats on each side and aft, non-skid deck, helm starboard forward and a propane locker.

34' Gemini Electronics

  • Ipad with Navionics electronic charts
  • Autohelm ST4000 autopilot
  • Autohelm wind display
  • Contest magnetic compass
  • Weems & Plath clock and barometer in the salon

34' Gemini Electrical System

  • Victron Energy Mulitplus Compact 2,000 watt inverter/charger
  • Victron Energy MPPT 75I15 smart solar charge controller
  • 175 watt solar panel
  • Blue Sea battery switches
  • 30 amp shore power cord
  • 2 X USB outlets in the master stateroom and two dual USB/12vdc outlets in the port storage area

34' Gemini Engine/Mechanical Equipment

  • Westerbeke 30B 30 HP auxiliary with approximately 1,940 hours
  • Silette Sonic Cat sail drive
  • Marine Air reverse cycle air conditioning/heating system (5,000 BTU unit)
  • EcoTemp propane water heater
  • C Head composting head

34' Gemini Deck Equipment

  • Lewmar anchor windlass with foot controls
  • Stainless steel anchor roller
  • Plow anchor
  • Spare anchor
  • Forepeak storage
  • Non-skid decks
  • Windscreen covers
  • Double lifelines on stainless steel stanchions on each side and stainless steel rails forward
  • Stainless steel swim ladder

34' Gemini Tender

  • West Marine 2019 RIB 260 RIB tender
  • EP Carry electric outboard
  • Edson davits

34' Gemini Sails and Rigging

  • Z Spars aluminum double spreader mast and boom
  • Roller furler
  • New lazy jacks
  • New outhaul
  • New Genoa sheets
  • 2 X Lewmar 40 self-tailing winches

34' Gemini Safety and Fire Protection

  • Fire extinguishers
  • First Alert smoke and carbon monoxide detector
  • Carbon monoxide detector in each stateroom
  • Propane sensor in each hull
  • Xintex propane fume detector in the salon
  • Lifesling overboard recovery system

34' Gemini Exclusions

  • Sellers' personal belongings

34' Gemini Disclaimer

The 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.

Engine hours are as of the date of the original listing and are a representation of what the listing broker is told by the owner and/or actual reading of the engine hour meters. The broker cannot guarantee the true hours. It is the responsibility of the purchaser and/or his agent to verify engine hours, warranties implied or otherwise and major overhauls as well as all other representations noted on the listing brochure.

  • Engine Make: Westerbeke
  • Engine Model: 30B
  • Engine Year:
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Drive Type: Sail
  • Power HP: 30.00
  • Hours: 1940.00

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34' gemini 105 mc catamaran.

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Nicely equipped and comfortable for a couple living out their cruising dream.

34' Performance Cruising Gemini 105 Mc still remains one of the most proven and popular catamarans. With a minimum draft of 1ft 6in it allows you to gunk down and tuck away in protected anchorages.  The water maker and propane fridge / freezer leave you self sufficient for long periods of time without need to resort to marinas. Accommodations are spacious, light, and airy. 3 Cabin 1 head layout, perfect for family and guests. 

  • New mast, rigging and sails (2012)
  • Spectra Ventura 200T water maker
  • Solar panels (2016) for self sufficiency
  • New batteries (2016)
  • Raymarine chartplotter
  • Fully battened mainsail with Harken slides
  • 150% roller furling Genoa
  • 27hp Yanmar engine 2010
  • Lifting centerboards and kick up rudders
  • See full listing for detailed specs and photos
  • Specifications
  • Description

Upon entering from the cockpit the salon has a U shaped settee and teak dining table which provides great entertaining and seating space for 6. The table can be lowered to convert to a king size berth.  Facing aft is the refrigerator to starboard and corner seat and electric panel to port.  The double sided galley is down in the starboard hull and features broad counter space. The master queen size berth is forward and center, completely private cabin with an incredible view, generous hanging locker, storage bin and cabinet.  Starboard aft is the first guest double berth with cabinet locker. The 2nd guest double cabin is in the port hull.  Midship is a navigation desk, large tool locker, long counter space or work area. The head with vanity sink and shower is forward.

  • Teak dining table
  • Cherry laminate bulkhead with opening sliding windows through master cabin
  • Queen master berth
  • (2) Guest double berths
  • Panoramic view
  • New salon and forecabin forward facing windows (2018)
  • Laminate teak and holly sole
  • Bomar opening hatches
  • Double sided galley with generous counter top space
  • Laminate countertops
  • Neptune 4500 propane stove and oven (2016)
  • Dometic RM2451 refrigerator in salon, propane and 115 VAC (2016)
  • Double SS sink
  • Hot and cold pressure water system
  • New propane copper pipes to stove and fridge (2016)
  • Salt water foot pump
  • Inboard cabinet shelves for provisions
  • New Z spar mast (2012)
  • New Fully battened mainsail with Harken slides (2012)
  • New Harken furling for genoa (2012)
  • New 150% Genoa (2012 only used from 2016)
  • Standing and running rigging (replaced 2012)
  • Mackpack by Macksails
  • Asymmetric spinnaker (2013)
  • Lewmar 40 winch (2)
  • Raymarine autopilot
  • New Raymarine ACU-100 Actuator autopilot control unit (2016)
  • New Raymarine C series chartplotter (2016)
  • New Tridata and wind (2016)
  • Westmarine VHF 75 handheld
  • Raymarine RAV53 DSC VHF radio
  • Richie Compass
  • Westerbeke 30B 27hp diesel engine (2010)
  • New Admiral panel on engine instrument panel (2016)
  • New wiring harness to engine with all connections (2016)
  • Engine easily accessible through 3 cockpit lockers and aft deck hatches
  • Spectra Ventura 200T watermaker, off engine cooling system 115 VAC (2016)      8.3 gal per hour and pickled in  May 2019
  • Hot water heater Atwood EHM 5 SST
  • New Jabsco fresh water pump (2019)
  • Whale gulper bilge pump
  • New rear solar panel, Kyocera KD 140F SX (2016)
  • New cabin top solar panel, Ganz GSP-40 with Sungard controller (2016)
  • (2) New house batteries Lifeline GPL - 4DL (2016)
  • New Xantrex Linkpro battery monitor (2016)
  • New Xantrex True Charge 2 battery charger (2016)
  • New cables, switches, fuses etc to battery compartment and electrical components
  • LED cockpit light
  • 110v 300amp plug in inverter
  • 115V 30amp shore power
  • Shore power cable and adaptors
  • Lewmar Pro series 1000 anchor windlass (2014)
  • Fortress FX16 anchor with 20ft stainless 1/4in chain and 150ft1/2in nylon warp
  • 35lb Rocna anchor
  • Anchor chain MMAG.25 1/4in x 60ft
  • Anchor locker
  • SS bow rails with bow seats
  • Double transom steps
  • Hot and cold shower on transom step
  • Non skid deck
  • Bomar hatches (4)
  • SS dinghy davits with SS plates beneath davit for extra support
  • AB UL9 Rib dinghy with 6hp Mercury outboard (2016)
  • Small Admiralty and grapnel anchors with 20ft stainless chain for dinghy
  • Hammock / love seat
  • Helm station with seat and custom flip table
  • Cockpit lockers
  • Cockpit cushions with sunbrella fabric
  • Aft deck lockers
  • Foredeck locker
  • Centerboards
  • Adjustable rudders
  • New rudder blades - port and starboard (2016)
  • 80lb Sports fishing rod with Penn reel (2016)

"Hespa" suffered a partial rigging failure in 2012, resulting in a new mast, running and standing rigging with sails.

In 2015 she was stranded on soft sand, resulting in partial flooding with seawater and sand. After setting the insurance claim she was very extensively refurbished in 2016. Dates of equipment renewal are shown in brackets.

The 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.

Please contact Kim Korman Hawn or Tatum Walker at 772-489-0110  or email [email protected] or [email protected] 

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34′ Gemini 105Mc

Feb 28, 2022

34' Gemini 105Mc

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Hull material, bvi yacht sales overview, 2004 34′ gemini 105mc ‘into the mystic’.

Are you looking for a spacious cruising catamaran that can fit into single berths moorings? This popular Gemini 105MC is a great island hopping cruiser thats easy to handle and a pleasure to sail. With a minimum draft just under 2 feet she can be beached anywhere and is perfect for Eastern US Intercoastal cruising!

Into the Mystic is an exceptional example of a Gemini at her best. She features Air Conditioning, Watermaker,generator, fridge freezer. Solar, dinghy davits, new dinghy outboard motor, Rebeded windows, recently replaced batteries, upgraded interior. New sheets and line and standing rigging recently checked.

Take a look at the photos and I think you will agree that this turn key cruiser presents a cut above the rest. The attention to detail on the interior, with new headlining, customized lighting and thoughtful upgrades make the boat feel like a home away from home.

  • Interior Comforts and Amenties
  • Mechanical Equipment and Deck
  • Deck Equipment
  • Sails & Rigging
  • Electronics
  • Additional Units Included
  • 3 cabins, one toilet with full shower
  • Air Conditioner 16,500 BTU Mermaid
  • New queen size 3” memory foam mattress topper for master cabin 2017
  • New 3” full size memory foam mattress topper for port aft cabin 2017
  • New Raritan Toilet, hoses, Jan 2017,
  • Removed headliner throughout head and port and starboard around windows repainted with custom design, Nov. 2018
  • Tiled backsplashes and bulkhead wall in head (self-stick adhesive tiles) Nov. 2018
  • New shower and sink fixtures
  • New Norcold NRF-45 portable DC refrigerator/freezer with dedicated DC charging port in starboard aft cabin January 2021
  • Upgraded interior lighting
  • USB terminals, dc outlet in starboard aft cabin
  • Water Heater new Jan. 2017
  • Watermaker 110v Rainman Portable water maker (40 gallons per hour) with built in deck wash down system 2021
  • New manual fresh water pump at galley sink 2017
  • Custom made coconut lamps over dining settee
  • 2 Burner stove top and gimbaled oven
  • Pots, pans, baking dishes, utensils, dishes,
  • stove top espresso maker and a nutribullet blender.
  • Built in microwave.
  • Vented Propane Locker
  • Propane Tanks (2)
  • Dehumidifier
  • First aid kit basic
  • House – New (2) 100 AH lithium Ion house batteries
  • Engine New Deep Cycle Gel Start Battery
  • On-Board Charger New Renogy DCC50S 12v 50A DC-DC with MPPT
  • Solar panel New (3) Renogy 100 watt 12v mounted on dingy davit
  • Renogy BT-1 bluetooth module for remote monitoring charging
  • Generator New 2000 W Honda Jan. 2021 (runs water maker)
  • Manual Bilge Pumps 1
  • Electric Bilge Pumps 1
  • Steering type Tiller
  • Propeller (size, material) MaxProp


  • Bow Anchor Roller(s)
  • Full Deck Awning
  • Fenders and Dock Lines
  • Bow Pulpit and Rails
  • Swim Ladder
  • Haul out and Bottom Paint March 2021
  • New dingy davit lines Jan. 2021
  • Remove and replace rudder lifting lines port and starboard Dec. 2021
  • Outboard motor mount -custom fabricated on port swim steps designed
  • to allow use of dinghy davit lines for mounting and removing outboard to dinghy
  • Replace window and dogleg seals on all 4 hatches Jan 2021
  • New Lexan port and Starboard windows sealed with Lifeseal and screwed
  • Removed, resealed and screwed forward window over main cabin November 2018
  • Removed and reglassed port hatch over head Nov. 2018
  • Remove and rebed lexan on all 4 hatches
  • Replace lexan on starboard forward hatch
  • Anchor Windlass
  • Bow Anchor Roller
  • 40 Lb. Manta Anchor approx 30’ of Chain plus 100’ rope
  • Danforth secornday anchor approx 6’ of chain and 100 rope
  • Bimini Top built in
  • Cockpit Cushions
  • Fenders (6) and dock lines. Separate line for attaching bridle at mooring ball.
  • Swim Platform built in to transoms
  • Side Stanchions and Lifelines
  • Dinghy Davits
  • Navigation Lights
  • Life jackets, 3 offshore self inflatable with water activated strobe light
  • life jackets (4) standard
  • Slab reefing Main sail
  • Roller Furling for Genoa
  • Mainsheet Traveler
  • New main halyard, jib sheets, and roller fulling sheet Jan. 2021
  • New lazy jack system for mainsail April 2017
  • Standing Rigging Rebedded 2018
  • Check and tension standing rigging March 2021
  • Chain Plates
  • Raytheon St 600 Wind and Tridata at helm (not operational
  • New Digital Yacht America AIS (automatic information system) receiver. Nov. 2018
  • Autopilot Raytheon St4000+ at helm
  • TV 28” flatscreen
  • Carib Hypalon Taihatsu 10HP


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34 foot gemini catamaran

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  • Free cancellations until 5 days before the booking start time.
  • 50% refund for cancellations between 3-5 days before the booking start time.
  • Cancellations within 2 days of the booking start time are non-refundable.

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This boat belongs to a Commercial Owner, an independent boat rental company. A Commercial Owner is an independent, Boatsetter-approved boat rental company who provides their own insurance to their guests.

Security deposit

A security deposit hold (not a charge) will be placed on your credit card 48 hours before your booking starts to cover any incidental damage that may occur during your rental. This hold is released 48 hours after the booking is complete, if no claims are made. The security deposit amount for the boat you are booking will be outlined during the check-out process.

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If requested, the owner can provide a list of available captains for bareboat charter or the renter can use their own qualified captain. If the boat is being time chartered, the owner will provide the Captain.

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Brand: Gemini 105

34 foot gemini catamaran

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The Gemini 105 was designed to be affordable, compact, relatively easy vessels for sailors new to catamarans. Production began with the 105M (meaning 10.5 meters), with a design change in 2004 to the 105MC, notable differences being the extended cockpit cover to allow for a full enclosure and a slightly taller mast (while still remaining ICW-friendly). In fact, the “c” in the 105Mc stands for “convertible,” likening the cockpit to that of a sports car. The Gemini Owners Group has a complete list of the numerous small differences between the M and MC as well as there are owner interviews below on this website that explain differences.

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S/V Gem is a one of a kind, 2006 Gemini 105MC catamaran, for sale by owner. She includes a marina berth until July 2024. “Over 1200 hulls sold, the Gemini 105Mc still remains one of the most proven and popular catamarans ever built. Her sailing performance is legendary yet still manages to surprise unsuspecting newcomers.” “The accommodations are spacious, light, and airy so the term ‘down below’ just doesn’t apply. The deck layout and rig offers a stable, safe, and well-reasoned platform for whatever comes your way.” Considered a coastal cruiser or extended cruiser, with many having crossed oceans. The ingenuity of lifting centerboards and kick-up rudders will have you moving through less than 50cm of water, great for anchoring in the crowded bays in the shallows where most others can not access.…

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Aireze is easy to handle and well equipped with a new Raymarine Autopilot, Lewmar electric windlass, new electric head, lazy jacks, 2-100 watt solar panels, new Garmin 9″ touch screen, davits , all new rigging and lines installed 2016, new water heater, new alternator, water pump, impeller, elbow, sea strainer, heat exchanger just serviced,  new belts and filters. …

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First introduced on the original Gemini 105M, the hull shape of the 105M is still revolutionary in the multihull industry. The hulls of the Gemini 105M are shallow and shaped much like a “teardrop” which requires little force to move the 105M through the water yet it also provides a high load carrying capacity.  

The Gemini 105 was designed to be affordable, compact, relatively easy vessels for sailors new to catamarans.

Gemini 105MC (Florida)

Gemini 105MC

The Gemini 105 MC is a fast, shallow draft catamaran cruiser capable of taking her people to paradise, where ever that may be. With her ability to sail very close to the wind and motor at 7 plus knots, all while sailing in comfort.

The Gemini 105 was designed to be affordable, compact, relatively easy vessels for sailors new to catamarans. Production began with the 105M (meaning 10.5 meters), with a design change in 2004 to the 105MC, notable differences being the extended cockpit cover to allow for a full enclosure and a slightly taller mast (while still remaining ICW-friendly). In fact, the “c” in the 105Mc stands for “convertible,” likening the cockpit to that of a sports car.…

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“s/v barefoot gal” – gemini 105 m review with carolyn of the boat galley.

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The other day we were lucky enough to interview Carolyn of S/V Barefoot Gal who runs the excellent website The Boat Galley which has a tremendous amount of educational content about living on a boat. Our focus was a review of her 105 M in a continuation of our series on Gemini catamaran models. Please see previous interviews on the Gemini 3200 , the Gemini 105 MC , and the Gemini 3000 .

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From the salon of Barefoot Gal she talked to us about her experiences with the Gemini 105 M, how much she loves the design for coastal cruising, and how it differs from the Gemini 105 MC.…

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Gemini 105 MC Review and Owner Interview – S/V Kid Cat

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As we continue in our series about Gemini catamarans, Melissa interviews Eric from the Gemini Owners Group who owns a Gemini 105 MC called S/V Kid Cat and sails out of Montreal and is planning to go out the St Lawrence in the summer and to the Bahamas maybe next winter. He weighs in with a different perspective on the never ending debate whether Gemini 105’s are blue water boats. He outlines differences between the 105 M and 105 MC. He mentions some common problems of the 105 MC. And he recommends the model to everyone.

Thank you so much again to Eric and the owners group!…

Gemini 105 Review

No catamaran discussion would be complete without a nod to the 34’ Gemini 105M and 105 MC line of catamarans, created by designer Tony Smith. From modest beginnings in 1996, the Gemini 105 has become one of the most popular domestic-built catamarans in the United States, with over 1200 hulls splashed.

Gemini Catamaran History

Originally built in Maryland, the Gemini 105 model began with the 105M (meaning 10.5 meters) in 1995 and then a design change in 2004 to the 105MC, some notable differences being the extended cockpit cover to allow for a full enclosure and a slightly taller mast (while still remaining ICW-friendly).…


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