Robertson and Caine Catamarans

The Moorings is proud to partner with Robertson and Caine to offer their award-winning catamarans for charter vacations. Founded in 1991, this renowned manufacturer has grown from a small partnership into one of the most celebrated catamaran builders in the world today. So what sets Robertson and Caine apart? Find out more below.


Large Forward Cockpits


Spacious Living Areas


Aft Dinghy Platforms

Spacious, Robust Catamarans with Performance to Match

  • Stepped hulls (hulls are kept narrow, volume comes above the water line)
  • Powerful sail plan, large overlapping genoa, low aspect sail plan

Easy to Use

  • Large spacious cockpit perfect for large groups
  • Easy access to the water
  • Easy circulation inside and outside
  • Easy to use galley with large refrigeration space
  • Ample water & fuel capacity
  • Easy access to systems for quick turn around and easy maintenance 
  • Easy to clean interior and exterior
  • Robust construction
  • High quality and robust hardware
  • Additional and independent battery power
  • Reliable and easy to use davit system
  • Easy access to aft platform from dinghy
  • Robust and easy to use rigs
  • Heavy sails and oversize winches

Safe & Seaworthy

  • Over 1500 boats delivered to all continents
  • Robust balsa sandwich construction, meaning better resistance to compression and impact
  • A favorite of delivery crew
  • Excellent behavior at sea
  • Well balanced and honest boat in heavy weather
  • Safe rig (Double back stays. Rigid boom vang to prevent damage or injury)
  • Well protected and secure helm station
  • Helm station design for short handed sailing
  • All controls going back to helm station

Industry-Leading Innovation

  • First catamaran to remove mainsheet from the cockpit (1996)
  • Stepped hulls to offer more interior space without sacrificing performance
  • Anchoring system in the middle of the forward deck, meaning no rust or fouling of the chain on the hulls
  • First catamaran with a hard top protecting the aft cockpit
  • First fly bridge catamaran for Crewed yacht charter (The Moorings 6200 in 2003)
  • Innovative deck plan to lead all lines back to helm station
  • Forward cockpit for better ventilation, improved visibility and additional space to enjoy the surroundings
  • First catamaran with full guest cabins on the main deck (The Moorings 5800)
  • Signature electrical davit system that simplifies dinghy and outboard motor lifting on smaller boats
  • Signature dinghy platforms on larger units

Built for Social & Family-Friendly Charters

  • Large outdoor gathering areas: aft platform, large aft cockpit, plus forward cockpit
  • Seamless blend of indoor and out. Those in the galley or main saloon can easily communicate with guests outside
  • Helm station is part of the cockpit, not separated from it, allowing the helmsman to still be part of the group
  • Easy to keep an eye on young kids from helm station (not separated from cockpit)
  • Easy to sail with forgiving low aspect rig and overlapping genoa
  • Fly bridge on larger Sail catamarans and all Power catamarans can accommodate large groups with stylish lounge seating, grill and wet bar