Nautitech 44 Open


Nautitech are extending their range with the 44 Open, an evolution of their line of cruising catamarans. Once again, Marc Lombard has been tasked with developing the range with this new model that sits between the 40 and the 46.

She comes with a new interior layout, improvements to the rigging and good looks. The Nautitech 44 Open should prove popular when she launches. Once again, Nautitech are aiming for more performance from this design compared to much of the competition, like the Leopard 42, the Lagoons and Fountaine Pajot. That does mean you will need to compromise on some living space though.

For those looking to max out on performance there is the option of a genoa to replace the standard self-tacking jib, plus options for a carbon mast and bowsprit for your gennaker, spinnaker or  Code 0.

The new boat will have plenty of green energy options as well including up to 1760W of solar, lithium battery upgrade and an option to go for a ‘SMART ROOM’ which could be a workshop, utility room or storage for your sails and toys.

In the interiors, there is a choice of a Walnut interior or a light oak finish with a range of upholstery options.

Choose between four layout options: including 4 cabins with 2 heads, and a 2 cabin boat with 2 heads plus the Smart Room.

Technical Specification

Length OA

13.30 m / 43'8


7.36 m / 24'2


1.45 m / 4'9

Displ. Light

10.7 T / 22 712 lbs



Sail area

106,1 m² / 1142 sq ft




2 x 30HP (50 Upgrade)


2 x 250 l / 2 x 66 US gal


2 x 300 L / 2 x 79 US gal