Gold Coast Yachts has been building the finest, custom designed catamarans for over 35 years. Check out our latest construction projects and our most recent customer deliveries.


Interested in getting out on the water quickly with a proven boat? Gold Coast Yachts offers a curated brokerage of select vessels from our customers. See what’s currently available.


Gold Coast Yachts offers additional services to keep vessels in top shape to provide decades of reliable service. Should disaster strike, we offer USCG repair services to get you back on the water quickly.

About Us

Why choose Gold Coast Yachts? Our experience has taught us how to build the finest sail & power multihull boats in the industry. Learn more about what makes us the best.

Over 35 Years of Multihull Excellence


Gold Coast Yachts has been the multihull experts for over 35 years. Each one of our over 135 custom multihulls has been hand-built in the US Virgin Islands by our team of dedicated craftsman. We’re honored to say that GCY is one of the longest continuous running US boatbuilders with a proud tradition of innovation and quality.

We have worked with industry experts, manufacturers, and suppliers over the past three decades to develop state-of-the-art composite boatbuilding techniques. Our industry leading experience in resin infusion, vacuum bagging, carbon fiber, e-glass, and epoxy techniques allow each of our vessels to have a service life that spans multiple decades.

Whether your need is for a power catamaran to support your day charter business, a luxury sailing catamaran, a commercial passenger ferry, or anything in between, we can build it. Each vessel is custom designed by our talented Design & Engineering staff to meet the needs of each customer. Let our skills and experience in composite boatbuilding work for you!

Contact the Gold Coast Yachts Sales Team to start building your custom yacht!

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