Welcome to the Manta Owner’s Association!

Though Manta Catamarans are not currently in production, the 127 Sail Cats and 11 Power Cats that were built have been safely ferrying their owners all around the world. Where are we? Here is a MAP of where we are located.

Manta Catamarans built a number of different models of boats, starting with the Manta 38 in approximately 1991. Other models included the Manta 40, Manta 42 (multiple versions), and the Manta 44 Power Cat. Visit the Manta Info page for boat details, videos, statistics, etc.

Did you know that the members of the Manta Owners Association participate in multiple meet-ups every year across the US and other exotic locations where Manta Owners tend to congregate? It’s true. We enjoy getting together when possible and with over a hundred  boats cruising the South Florida, the Bahamas, the Caribbean, and across the world, it is not at all unusual to find several Manta Cats moored near each other in a beautiful anchorage. Whether you’re a Manta owner or not, if you see a Manta in a marina or anchorage, stop by and say hello. We love to show off our boats and share our love of sailing and cruising aboard our Mantas.

Are you a current or past Manta Owner?

If you are a current or past Manta Owner, but you have not registered to access the full site, please take a few minutes to Register. The registration process is quick and easy.

Pat Reischmann Unveils the New Manta 46

The new Manta 46

The new Manta 46

Pat Reischmann and Cortland Steck N.A. have collaborated to create the new Manta 46 as the next generation design for the original concept of the Manta 38-42 sailing catamaran.  That original concept focused on the direct needs and requirements of the extended or full time live aboard cruising couple. Click Here for details of this exciting project!

Manta 46 in the Press

There is definite excitement building around the new Manta 46 design. Here are a couple of articles published recently:

Manta 46 Article MultiMag June 2014
Bluewater Sailing Manta 46

Manta Migration 2014 is In the Books!

Smile! The Migration group hams it up at Pete's Pub in Little Harbour. April 2014

Smile! The Migration group hams it up at Pete’s Pub in Little Harbour. April 2014

12 boats participated in this year’s event which began in Marsh Harbour on April 1 and concluded in Little Harbour on April 5. Click Here to access the event details and pictures! Hosted by Michelle and Clark Haley (Double Wide – Manta 40, hull #37), this was the first Migration since the demise of the original Manta company and those that had attended prior events agreed that this was the best Migration to date! Now it’s time to start thinking about another Migration, but Clark and Michelle have indicated that they will not be organizing the next event due to other commitments. Anyone out there interested in taking this on? We promise, you won’t regret it!!