Construction year



ORC 57 Marsaudon Composites

Boat size

18,40 m

Cabin number




Marsaudon Composites has been building and marketing a range of particularly high-performance catamarans since 2014.

The result of two years’ work with Marc Lombard Design, the ORC 57 takes up the codes of the other models with sleek, fluid lines without forgetting comfort on board.

Each hull features a large bathroom with plenty of storage space.

The ORC 57 has 4 large double cabins that can accommodate up to 8 people in addition to the professional crew.

This extraordinary boat is sure to provide you with unforgettable sensations.

Construction year : 2024
Hull lenght : 18.40m
Width : 9p
Draught : 1,50 / 4,50 m 
Displacement : 11,30 t
Mainsail : 108 m² 
Staysail : 56 m²  
Genoa : 87 m²
Gennaker : 150 m²
Spinnaker : 200 m²

Port hull:

1 double berth
1 toilet/shower room
1 double berth forward
1 crew berth forward peak

Starboard hull:

1 double berth
1 toilet/shower room
1 double berth forward
1 crew berth forward peak

Central hull:

1 kitchen (oven, 4 rings, sink, drainer, etc.)
1 dining table
Central navigation chart table

4 double cabins
Hulls, platform and structure: stratification of composite parts on an integral female mould using the infusion process
Tiller arms and direct drive via rigid carbon tube (rudders suspended on struts and articulated on self-aligning bearings with low roller bearing)
Two centreboards
Carbon mast, air draught: 25.70 m
Two 57 hp inboard diesel engines with saildrive transmission
Two two-bladed duckbill propellers
Fresh water capacity: 2 x 200 l
Fuel capacity: 2 x 200 l

Mainsail with 3 reefs
Solent and staysail on furler
Gennakers on furler

A map table with desk, storage and electronics support console
Navigation system
Auto pilot
AIS transmitter / receiver
Pontoon charger
Starlink for ocean crossing – 4G SIM card
Iridium LT3100
Iridium portable phone for ocean crossing

Solar panel
Hot water
A saloon with a mobile table
A kitchen equipped with a sink with drainer, a hob, an air-cooled fridge and a waste bin integrated into the worktop
Cockpit sunshade
Fixed cockpit table
Two showers and 2 toilets with holding tank
Electric windlass

Safety equipment
Automatically inflatable lifejackets
Dinghy with outboard motor
Fire detectors in each cabin
Fire extinguishers in each cabin and saloon
Liferaft for 12 passengers
EPIRB, SART, Solas VHF and Iridium telephone for crossings
GMDSS compliant with Iridium LT3100, AIS and Navtex
Crew welfare satellite communication with Starlink for ocean crossing
Medical kit (oxygen, ECG, defibrillator, etc.)
Nautical guides and charts