2018 Looping 50

Chaguaramas, TT

Looping 50 50ft

US $550,000

Chaguaramas, TT


Jaryd Forbes

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Price reduction of almost $100K!!

This is a Looping 50 catamaran designed by French naval architect Patrick Luscher. His designs are famous fortheir simplicity, lightness and speed, while being functional and easy to use. About 25 such catamarans sail aroundthe world, this stunning vessel has sailed extensively in the US, Northern Europe and the Mediterranean. Recently she has sailed from Turkey via Gibraltar and the Canaries to Trinidad.

Lizzie features an array of exceptional upgrades completed in 2023 all aimed at making her a true bluewater cruiser.
The new electric system boasts a custom-made 2.3kw solar arch and new flexible solar panels on the bimini to make a total 3.1Kw, ensuring you'll harness the power of the sun wherever your travels take you.
She has a new battery bank with 1236Ah in 6 Lithium batteries.
She is a 110v boat but can shorecharge from both 110v 60 Hz and 230v 50 Hz power sources (should you ever need to with all that solar!)
Remote monitoring of the boat is possible from anywhere in the world via the Victron Energy portal in combination with transmissions from the 4G Connect internet connection.
The 4th cabin has been turned into a luxury shower and vanity area.
The boat has hot and cold water throughout and 2 * 11 gallon water heaters run from either batteries or engines.
There is a hot and cold fresh water deck shower, an electric induction hob and 2 electric winches.
Starlink and IridiumGo as backup are both installed for safety and fast internet coverage wherever you are on the ocean.

She is a fast, dry and a pleasurable boat to sail short-handed. With her large volume and comfortable accommodation, she offers impressive home-from-home comfort. The Looping is fully equipped with all creature-comforts one would expect from this fast family-cruiser, the owner has spared no expense in maintaining the boat at all times.

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  • Length: 50ft
  • Builder: TomCats Shipyard
  • Beam: 26' 2"
  • Draft: 4' 0"
  • Year: 2018
  • Hull: Fiberglass
  • Speed: 11
  • Status: Active

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  • Builder: TomCats Shipyard
  • Designer: Patrick Luscher
  • Keel: Fin Keel


  • Length Overall: 50 ft
  • Max Draft: 4' 0"
  • Bridge Clearance Measure: 70' 0"
  • Beam Measure: 26' 2"
  • Range Measure: 998.88 mi


  • Total Power: 76
  • Engine Brand: Beta Marine
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Engine Hours: 1250
  • Engine Power: 38 hp

  • Total Power: 76
  • Engine Brand: Beta Marine
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Engine Hours: 1250
  • Engine Power: 38 hp


  • Fresh Water Tanks: 2 (90 Gallons)
  • Fuel Tanks: 2 (90 Gallons)


  • Number of cabins: 3
  • Number of heads: 2


  • The hull structure was made at TomCats boat shipyard.
  • Composite sandwich with CoraCell foam core – vacuum bagging technique with fiber glass, carbon, kevlarcloth and epoxy resin.
  • The wood structures encapsulated and enforced with carbon/fiber glass and epoxy resin in stress points.
  • The hull was faired inside and outside and painted with Awlgrip paint system outside and water basecommercial aircrafts paint inside.
  • All seacocks and through-hull fittings are non metalic made by Trudesign.
  • Collision bulkhead front and aft filled with closed cell Polyurethane expanding foam.
  • Hulls integrated water tanks, fuel tanks and foam filled space at bows and aft creates double bottomstructure for most of the hulls length.
  • Antifouling done in May 2023


  • Aluminium mast – Sparcraft Performance 19.9 m high.
  • Standing rigging – Stainless Steel 1×19 with Blue Wave fittings.
  • Running rigging – halyards and sheets all dyneema ropes.
  • Chainplates mounted to carbon fiber enforced hull.
  • LED tricolor light on the top.
  • Shakespeare VHF marine antenna on the top.
  • All mast wires changed to marine type.
  • 2 spreaders LED high power flood lights.
  • Most running rigging controlled from cockpit.
  • 2 Andersen ST50 Electric winches – 3 ST46 manual winches
  • Clutches Lewmar with domino grip.
  • All running lines stored and used from bags under deck.


  • Main 67m2 – Hydra Net silver, tri-radial cut, three reefs, full batten with Ronstan cars, blocks and travellers,
  • Jib 36 m2- self tacking, furler – Facnor LS-290
  • Gennaker 90m2, furler Facnor FX 4500.
  • Storm jib 9m2 – orange
  • All sails made in Poland by Sailservice.
  • Lazy jacks with Canvas lazy bag.


  • Two Beta Marine 38 hp diesel engines (approx. 1250 h)
  • Port side TMC 60 right hand operation transmission.
  • Starboard TMC 60 left hand operation transmission.
  • Kobelt mechanical engine controls.
  • Shaft driven propulsion with PSS seal and Thordon bearing.
  • 2 x Flex-o-fold 3-blade propeller.
  • 2 x 120A Belmar engine alternators with separated 3 stage regulators, center field regulator.
  • Two diesel tanks approx. 2 x 340 l – hull integrated with spark proof vents nipples.
  • Engine compartments soundproofed and separate from accommodations.
  • Engines control panels type C with alarms.
  • Racor 500 series pre filters and engine fuel filters.


  • Leather wrapped Jefa steering wheel with brake.
  • Jefa mechanical steering system with stainless steel Gala chain, dyneema linkage, quadrants and double self-aligning bearings.
  • 2 custom balanced spade rudders made

Electrical System

  • Electrical system – 12V DC and 110V AC.
  • House batteries 6 x 206Ah Lithium batteries.
  • 2 x Starting batteries (Lifeline AMG separated from house bank).
  • Blue sea 12 V electrical panel with digital voltmeter and amp-meter.
  • 2 x Victron Energy battery monitors with Bluetooth.
  • 3.1 KW solar panels with 3 Victron Energy MPTT controllers ( 2 x 250/100 and 1x 150/75)
  • 2 x 3000 W Victron Energy invertersin a master/slave configuration.
  • 600 W Xantrex back up inverter.
  • Victron Energy automatic isolation transformer 3600W (230 V -115 V).
  • 2 shore power intakes – 230v 50Hz and 110v 60Hz for international use anywhere in the world.
  • Blue sea AC 110 V electrical panel.
  • 56 AC 110 V electrical outlets (including cockpit, galley, cabins and salon).
  • 14 USB charging outlets (cabins and salon)
    All cabins/salon lights LED (white and red)


  • B&G Zeus 2 – 12 inch multifunction display.
  • B&G – broadband 4G radar 36 Nm range.
  • B&G – DST-800 (depth, speed, temperature)
  • B&G – forward looking sensor.
  • B&G – WS-310 wind sensor.
  • B&G – Precision 9 compass.
  • B&G – ZG-100 GPS antenna.
  • B&G – NAC-3 Autopilot computer.
  • B&G – Rudder reference sensor.
  • B&G – Autopilot keypad by helm.
  • Jefa – Sprocket autopilot drive unit (12 V) connected to steering wheel by stainless steelGala chain.
  • VHF – ICOM M-506
  • VHF – Handheld ICOM – M-92D
  • AIS – Em-Trak B-921 with separate antenna.
  • Maretron DSM 250 back up display.
  • NMEA – 2000 network.
  • Lenovo computer with open CPN software, independent GPS, connected to 27 inchdisplay in navigation station and WiFi connected to Zeus 2.


  • “U” shaped galley on starboard with access to cockpit through sliding window.
  • Large Corian countertop.
  • Cabinetry in okoume and mahogany wood saturated in epoxy and finished with varnish.
  • Large, deep, double, stainless steel sink.
  • Whale foot pump for fresh water tap.
  • “Mediterranean” 3 burners propane stove with oven made by Dickinson.
  • Electric Induction burner.
  • Two sensors propane leakage alarm with solenoid cut off valve at tank (Trident).
  • 3.6 kg fire extinguisher.
  • Propane tanks storage with floor outside drain.
  • 3 steel propane tanks 10.4 kg (23 lbs) each with adaptor for car propane fill up.
  • Breville expresso machine.
  • Double Black Decker toaster.
  • 110 V GFCI (Weather resistant) electrical outlets.
  • Marathon 96 L freezer with thermostat.
  • Marathon 96 L fridge with thermostat.
  • Food Saver vacuum machine.
  • Brita fresh water filter.


  • Large table with seating around for 8 – 10 persons convertible to double berth.
  • Cabinetry in okoume and mahogany wood saturated in epoxy and finished with varnish.
  • Cushions made of high density closed cell foam with good quality covers removable for washing.
  • Separate captain’s berth/settee.

Navigation Station

  • Chart table 70 cm x 150 cm (27″ x 59″) forward oriented.
  • 27″ display for navigation.
  • Compartment for laptop.
  • 12 V DC panel.
  • VHF radio.
  • Multiple USB, 12 V, 110 V – outlets


Each hull originally had an aft and forward cabin but the starboard forward cabin has been converter to a large shower and vanity making the starboard hull the owners cabin.

  • Aft Double berth size 160 cm x 197 cm (63″ x 77″).
  • Cabinetry in okoume and mahogany wood saturated in epoxy and finished with varnish.
  • Cushions made of high density closed cell foam with good quality covers removable for washing.
  • Desk, hanging locker, multiple storages and shelves.
  • New LED strip lighting throughout, dimmable in Saloon (oled white/red LEDs remain also)
  • New Hot and Cold Water system throughout with tank balancing capability.
  • 2 x 11 gallon water heaters
  • USB and 110V outlets.
  • Escape hatch.
  • Porthole and hatch for light and ventilation with mosquito net.
  • Hidden compartment for valuable items.
  • Head with Electric Jabsco toilet – regular size.
  • Wash basin on Corian countertop.
  • Whale foot pump for fresh water – tap and shower.
  • Shower drain box with automatic electric pomp.
  • Watertight lockers.
  • Front double cabin with berth size 137 cm x 192 cm (54″ x 76″).
  • Cabinetry in okoume and mahogany wood saturated in epoxy and finished with varnish.
  • Cushions made of high density closed cell foam with good quality covers removable forwashing.
  • Desk, hanging locker, multiple storages and shelves.
  • LED light, (white and red).
  • USB and 110V outlets.
  • Portholes and hatch for light and ventilation with mosquito net.
  • Bow storage 230 cm x 110 cm (90″ x 43″) tapered – ideal for light bulky items.
  • New hatchesfor easy access to bow storage areas


  • 2 x D4 Airtronic Eberspacher 4 KW diesel heater.
  • Each hull is heated through 75 mm (0.75″) diameter air ducts running from aft to bow.

Deck Equipment

  • 38mm Aluminium toerail.
  • New cockpit awnings – 360 degrees
  • 73cm (28.75 inch) long stanchions, 2 x gates, 2 x “A” frame with seats at bows.
  • 8 mm dyneema for two rows life lines.
  • Safety tapes for harness attachment around the boat.
  • 2 x 5m by 3m dyneema trampolines
  • Fresh water pressure pump outlet with 15 m hose at starboard transom for shower anddeck wash.
  • 2 foldable swim ladders.
  • 4 transom handrails.
  • Double comfort seat by helm.
  • 4 large lockable storages in cockpit under seats.
  • All seats in cockpit with removable cushions closed cell foam with Sunbrella covers.
  • 3 large storages at base of mast
  • High comfort dyneema net UV treated.
  • 2 x Whale-Gusher 30 (117 l/min or 31 US gallons/min) manual pumps for each hull.
  • 15 mm hard top bimini made of high density enforced foam and carbon sandwich withlarge opening covered with 12 mm plexiglass to watch sails. Walkable to handle mainsail.
  • 12 x flexible 100 W solar panels on the top of bimini.
  • New hinged dinghy lift.
  • Aqua Signal LED navigational lights.
  • 12 large deck cleats
  • 20 – Vetus, A1 certified (ocean class) opening hatches, portholes, for ventilation and light:
    4 – 42 x 42 cm (16 x 16 inch) for superstructure.
    2 – 47 x 47 cm (18.5 x 18.5 inch) front cabins.
    2 – 47 x 47 cm (18.5 x 18.5 inch) escape hatches. (aft cabins)
    4 – 26 cm x 26 cm (10.25 x 10.25 in) 1 in each washroom and aft cabins
    8 – portholes 344 mm x 155 mm – 2 in front cabins, 1 in each corridor, 1 in aft cabin. Allwith mosquito nets.

Anchor equipment

  • Quick Hector windlass 1500W with 10 mm gypsy and remote control switches.
  • 60 m (200 feet) 10mm (3/8 in) anchor chain
  • 90 m of chain, new May 2023
  • 33 kg (73 lbs) Rocna anchor.
  • 22 kg spear Bruce anchor.
  • 2 x Polyform A2 red fender buoy type 50 cm x 40 cm (19.5 x15.5 in)
  • 5 x Polyform HTC 3 Burgundy fenders 25 x 64 cm (10 x 25 in).
  • 5 x 20 m black braided polyester 19 mm (0.75 in) mooring lines.
  • 2 polyester snubbers 19 mm (0.75 in) diameter 6 m long with chain hook – attached to special 12 mm (0.5 in)diameter eyes at front beam.

Water systems

  • Fully integrated pumped hot and cold water systems throughout the boat.
  • 2 * 11 gallon water heaters heated either by engines or by electricity
  • 2 x 320 L fresh water tanks hull integrated finished with epoxy approved for food contact.
  • Access hutches and proper ventilation for each tank.
  • Fresh water rigid tubing with standard connectors ready to be pressurized.
  • Sea-flow electric water pump for pressurized system (cleaning water maker, outside shower, cleaning deck).
  • 2 black water holding tanks (approx.90 L and 120L) drained by gravity or deck pump out outlet properlyventilated.

Safety Gear

  • Plastimo Transocean life raft – 6 persons – (2019)
  • Liferaft was serviced in Sept 2023
  • EPIRB – ACR with GPS (2018)
  • Ultimate alert/Locate kit in heavy duty waterproof case with flares, orange smoke signal, water dye, greenlight-stick.
  • Horseshoe lifebuoy with Stella LED floating light.
  • Life jackets.
  • Loud hailer
  • Iridium 9555 satelite phone.
  • New IridiumGo
  • Dinghy is 3.65m inflatablewith 15hp Yamaha
  • Aluminium radar reflector.
  • AIS – Em-Trak B-921 with separate antenna.

Bluewater Cruising enhancements (2022-2023)

  • 3.1 kw of solar panels
  • 1236 ah lithium battery bank
  • 2*3 kw inverters,
  • 2 battery chargers (wiil take 230v and 110v 60 hz shore charge (all Victron equipment),
  • a large shower room,
  • 3 double cabins,
  • more cleats, more hatches,electric cooking,
  • LED lighting throughout etc.
  • Engines just serviced,
  • Antifouling redone,
  • Hull polished,
  • New 300 ft anchor chain.
  • Hot and Cold water throughout (heated via engine and/or electric immersion heater)
  • Washing machine (separately plumbed in)
  • 2 hatches for deck access to bow compartments for fenders and sails)
  • Victron CerboCX panel to show power input (solar and alternator) and usage. Also fuel and water levels.
  • Remote monitoring and programming of electrics via always on 4GConnect unit and integrated Victron systems
  • All electrical systems professionally designed and installed.
  • Starlink Internet (works everywhere except Turkey – politics)
  • Deck shower – hot and cold
  • storage under solar arch for the passerel, a table and 2 paddle boards.
  • Electric induction hob as well as full gas rings and oven.
  • Props recently serviced and rope cutters installed, outboard engine serviced, it starts first time.
  • New 6 man dinghy
  • 2 Electric winches
  • Full Cockpit Awning
  • Foredeck Sun Awning
  • Ropecutters on propellers
  • New 110 volt Dyson hairdryer etc

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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