The stylish interior, designed by Le Breton Yachts and Adam Voorhees Design, is characterised by simplicity, elegance and light. It is designed to be practical at anchor, in the marina and at sea.

Saloon and Galley

The philosophy of the accommodation is to maximise the size of the area used the most by the crew – namely the saloon – and to flood it with light. The SIG60’s virtually full beam coachroof gives her an unusually spacious saloon for a performance catamaran, with a generous dining table, nav station/chart table, and a large day sofa (for unexpected guests or night watches).

The galley is on a mezzanine floor in the port hull, ensuring that the chef can be fully involved in the social activities of the saloon, while keeping the saloon clear of the potential untidiness of meal preparation.

Owner’s Hull

The starboard hull is offered as an owner’s hull, with a large double berth aft, and a spacious en-suite head with toilet and shower. The forward cabin also has an en-suite heads, and can be offered with either a double berth or single bunk beds.

Port Hull

The port hull, provides spacious two double cabins, a shared heads with shower.


Every cabin has at least two openings to ensure good airflow.

Quality and Texture

Fittings throughout, including the LED lights, elegant taps and textiles are of the highest quality. The interior is constructed using light weight composite panels and veneers. Clients may select from finishes on floors, furniture units and fabrics.

Salon port



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