Nohea | 2022 Custom Current Marine 46

Port Washington, NY, US

Nohea | Custom Current Marine 46 46.42ft

US $1,399,000

Port Washington, NY, US


Dunbar Lewis



High Performance Sail Catamaran with sleek hulls, carbon fiber reinforcement in the hulls to reduce weight, carbon mast and boom, daggerboards for improved upwind performance, high performance rigging to improve sail control including a rotating mast, and creature comforts for onboard living. Coming in at 7 tons, this is one of the lightest 46ft catamarans you'll ever find.


  • Length: 46ft
  • Builder: Current Marine
  • Beam: 24' 3"
  • Year: 2022
  • Hull: Composite
  • Speed: 10
  • Status: Active

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  • Builder: Current Marine


  • Length Overall: 46.42 ft
  • Bridge Clearance Measure: 3' 2"
  • Cabin Head room measure: 6' 6"
  • Beam Measure: 24' 3"


  • Total Power: 60
  • Engine Brand: Yanmar
  • Engine Model: 3YM30AE
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Engine Hours: 385
  • Engine Power: 30 hp

  • Total Power: 60
  • Engine Brand: Yanmar
  • Engine Model: 3YM30AE
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Engine Hours: 385
  • Engine Power: 30 hp


  • Fresh Water Tanks: 2 (40 Gallons)
  • Fuel Tanks: 2 (40 Gallons)


  • Number of cabins: 4
  • Number of heads: 2

Rare opportunity to own a 2022 true performance catamaran

Act fast to own this rarely offered one of kind true performance catamaran.

Nohea comes from the well regarded Knysna factory in South Africa that have been building fast Schionning catamarans for the past two decades. Nohea is the second hull to be launched under Current Marines own brand.

Noheas lightship weight of only 7 tons allows her to easily achieve boat speeds equivalent to wind speed and only having to resort to using engines on the calmest of days. A full carbon rig, rotating mast, daggerboards and performance sails from North mean that you will regularly be sailing over 10 knots. And for the truly adventurous, flying a hull when the wind gets above 20 knots.

Whilst maintaining an extremely light displacement for a boat this length, she still sports most of the features any cruiser is looking for. 600Ah of Lithium-ion batteries, 2200W of solar power, Victron power management, air-conditioning in all 4 cabins, electrical stove and oven, hot water heating and a small diesel generator.

The interior is beautifully set out, with zebra wood panelling and seadek flooring. At 6ft 6inches of headroom there is plenty of clearance for most.


4 double berth cabins

Separate head and shower in port hull

Wet head and shower in stb hull

2 Velair air conditioning units


220V induction stove

2x AC fridge freezer units


AC Electrical system 220v/110v

Lithium Ion house batteries 12V, 3x200Ah

3kw Victron Inverter/Charger

Victron electrical status panel

AGM engine starter batteries 12V

10x 220W Solbian semi-flexible solar panels

3x Victron smart solar controllers


Gen-Set: diesel engine Panda 5000i Neo with Fischer Panda frp sound enclosure.
Power: 4.4kw @ 3,600rpm (per on unit data tag).
Hours: 177.2
Raw Water Intake:
Panda frp / composite exhaust water separator system


Schenke Zen 50 watermaker 120V

50 liters/hour water production

Additional Information

Mast: -1- carbon fiber with ss rotating step set-on secured on a molded in structural frp pad (forward onthe salons structural frp top):

Antal mainsail batten slide system; self-tailing winch and multiple blocks for internal & external halyards / control /mainsail reef lines rigged at the mast with some of those lines lead aft to the cockpit.

Boom: -1- carbon fiber with fixed gooseneck:

Standing Rigging: 7/8 sloop rig (sighted & accessed from decks & cabin top.

Spreaders: single set of swept-back composite / carbon fiber(builders specs) airfoil spreaders.

Standing Rigging: single Cap Shroud: Dynex Dux / other material fiber with Antal dead eyes / rings.Reverse Diagonal Shrouds ss wire w/ chrome ss turnbuckles, stem-ball ends to on mast socket fitting.

Running Rigging: Halyards: all rope; appeared as composite high-tech ultra low stretch line.

Furling Gear: ProForl C430 (single line drum) headsail ::5TKF5 continuous furling line @ ss drum for Code O / Asymmetric Gennaker type headsails.

Reefing Gear: mainsail with 3- slab reef tack points; 1st reef lines @ the boom other reef lines lead aft(via cheek / turning / fiddle blocks) to cleats & rope clutches.

two Antal XT48 self-tailing; 2- speed manual & 24v powered :: cockpit aft port & stbd;
two Antal XT52R self-tailing; 2-speed :: cockpit coming port & stbd
two Antal XT52R self-tailing; 2-speed :: stbd @ mast

Sails: Genoa: North-Sails Norlam XI white
Main: North-Sails Norlam XI white with full battens and Antal mast track & batten ball bearing cars.
G1 Asymmetric Gennaker: North-Sails Norlam XI white
Code 75 Spinnaker type code 0-headsail: North-Sails Norlam XI white
staysail: North-Sails Norlam XI white (not sighted at survey).



25kg Rocna Vulcan galv primary anchor fitted with 50m high tensile 8mm galvanized chain with 50m nylon line.

Secondary Guardian G-37 anchor fitted with 8m high tensile 10m galvanized chain with 90m nylon line


Highfield RIB with Tohatsu 20hp outboard

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.


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