Made in America since 1981, the Gemini Legacy has proven to be the most family-friendly performance cruising catamaran in the world.
Made in America since 1981, the Gemini Legacy has proven to be the most family-friendly performance cruising catamaran in the world, and the reasons are obvious;
A 34 inch draft that allows the boat to be pulled up right next to a beach or anchored in small, protected coves.
A 14 foot beam, which means the boat can be trucked anywhere in the country, hauled out of the water with a standard size travel lift and kept in a standard size slip.
Costing no more than an average mid-size monohull, the Gemini Legacy 35 has more interior volume than most 40-foot monohulls.
Fast, level sailing. Imagine moving along at wind speed with virtually no heeling. your drink stays on the table and you stay comfortably reclined in your seat. Plus, with the upgraded engine option, you can get home quicker after sailing too.
Fast, family friendly, easy to maneuver, and affordable.
All the reasons this boat has been an American Legacy since 1981. The Gemini Legacy 35 is the most successful cruising catamaran ever built.
Gemini’s Legacy 35 model is the first model since 1981 that has a true Owners Hull, with owner’s cabin and head located port side. The owner’s hull configuration with the head in the back of the same hull as the master cabin means accessibility, privacy and convenience.
The master cabin of the Gemini Legacy 35 is one of the best owner's cabins in the sailing industry. A full queen-sized bed with a spectacular view through panoramic windows. Beautifully crafted cabinetry with dressing table and sitting area plus three opening hatches for ample ventilation make this cabin a home away from home.
With a full standing shower and plenty of cabinet storage the head on the Gemini Legacy 35 is functional, easy to maintain and beautifully appointed. The owner’s head, along with the optional forward head, are composite molded units that keep maintenance to a minimum. The optional Quiet Flush toilets add to the appeal of this private space.
The forward cabin has is a 44 inch double berth, over 6 feet of headroom and beautiful cabinetry along with secondary access through a hatch from the deck. This cabin is the most versatile, allowing you to choose options that will customize your Gem for how you sail.
The light, bright, open layout highlights spectacular visibility, comfort and expanded headroom. Easy seating for six around the dinette table or optional coffee table with 180 degree outside views while seated or standing, you can truly enjoy your dinner and drinks despite the weather.
One of the best features of the Gemini salon also continues to be the great air flow. Two large overhead hatches and the sliding windows to the cockpit create maximum air flow even in the most stifling conditions. Optional air conditioning or heat and generator means even the most temperature sensitive sailors will have a great time no matter the conditions.
G34 Hatch Shade
G34 Accordion Shade Package
The galley of the Gemini Legacy 35 is quite spacious and ergonomically friendly. A two-burner stove with oven and broiler, a two-sided sink with pullout spray faucet, a 3.8 cubic foot fridge with freezer, dedicated trash can holder and over 12 feet of stunning Corian counters make the galley of the Legacy 35 worthy of simply being called a kitchen.
The cockpit of the new Gemini Legacy 35 has been completely redesigned with a graceful, open, exceptionally functional design. The layout of the cockpit allows for a sure-footedness and ease of movement that is not found in any sailboat boat of the same size range. The curvaceous shape of the steps and swim platforms are a superb combination of form and function that really have become the trademark of the entire boat.
The new, expanded pilot house means 360 degree visibility while at the same time, combined with the canopy, the captain and crew have protection from extreme weather and harsh sun.
The multilevel layout of the cockpit, common to all previous Gemini models, is significantly enhanced on the Legacy. This means choice and versatility whatever your sailing preferences are. You may choose to sit up on the top level and feel the wind in your face or keep out of the sun and simply enjoy the view!
All lines run to the helm and the main sheet track on top of the canopy also mean this cockpit is clean and uncluttered.
Form and function at its finest! The fore and side decks of the new Gemini Legacy 35 are clean, safe, uncluttered and very easy to use whether you are going forward or just relaxing in the sun or on the bow seats.
The profile of the Gemini deck is designed to maximize both form and function. The three levels of the deck; starting with the foredeck and moving up to the cabin top then to the pilot house, all work to create a sleek profile and keep the center of effort low. This low profile not only looks great but also contributes greatly towards the lack of heeling.
A large sail locker and anchor locker that houses the windlass, a bow roller and two bow seats make the foredeck an exceptionally functional and, at the same time, relaxing place to be.
Main Pilot house Shades
Ceiling mounted Storage Box in Pilot house with wiring for Aftermarket Television.
G34 Anchor Windlass
G34 Group 31 Battery
G35 30 Gallon Waste tank
Electric Quick Flush head
Rig and sails; the ultimate in rig efficiency made to capture the cleanest air and maximize performance.
The rig of the new Gemini Legacy 35 takes advantage of the most advanced technology available in cruising catamarans today. The swept back spreaders mean strength and safety without all the clutter and additional hardware of a backstay. Eliminating the backstay also allows for a square top mainsail that puts more sail area at the top of the mast. This is where the cleanest, purest wind blows; uninhibited by objects on the water or on the boat itself, so performance is maximized in every condition.
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