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Stiletto Catamaran made their first boat, the Stiletto 27, in 1976. The Stiletto 27 is an American trailerable catamaran sailboat that was designed by Bill Higgins and Don Ansley as a racer/cruiser. It was one of the most technologically advanced sailboats ever built in production. 43 years later, hundreds of Stiletto Catamarans are still sailing today, faster than most catamarans in her size range. Over 500 Stiletto 27s were built between 1976 and 1985. With an epoxy and Nomex core this cat was ahead of her time.
The Stiletto Catamarans history, information, stories, photos and discussions are on this website. With over 3 decades of collected inforation on The Stiletto Catamaran, this website is the most comprehensive one-stop place for all inforamtion pretaining to Stiletto Catamarans.
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