The M32 One Design
A 32 foot catamaran
The M32 was first designed in 2011 by well known Swedish sailor Göran Marström, an Olympic bronze medallist at the 1980 Moscow Olympics, and a successful boat builder of catamarans since 1983 including the Tornado, M5 A-Class, M20 catamaran, and the Extreme 40.
Keen sailor and businessman
In 2013, the design and production rights to the M32 were acquired by Swedish company Aston Harald AB, led by keen sailor and businessman Håkan Svensson. After sponsoring a number of high profile yachting projects including the Green Dragon and Puma Volvo Ocean Race teams, Svensson was introduced to the M32 by close friend and Olympic Gold medallist Freddy Lööf in 2012.
M32 Scandinavian Series
Regional professional sailing series
In 2013, the M32 Scandinavian Series was created for the growing number of M32 owners and teams. The Series includes regattas in Sweden, Norway, Denmark and Finland in close to shore venues.
Expansion of the series
The expanding M32 owner base has encouraged the setup of one-design fleet racing in sailing hotspots around the world, all unique to their local market. From iconic yacht clubs in North America, city centre competitions in Scandinavia, picturesque locations in the Mediterranean.
The M32 Academy is an educational platform for high-performance and apparent wind sail racing. From getting kids onboard for the first time to fine tuning Olympic sailors and introducing the M32 to new owners with different sailing backgrounds. The M32 catamaran has proved itself as the perfect tool to excite, educate and entertain.
The International Class Association
The M32 International Class Association was introduced to give our owners and sailors a voice. The association has representatives from the builder and from around the world to ensure that M32 World global targets are in line with what our owners, sailors and partners are searching for. The class association maintains the one-design integrity of the class throughout the world.
The inaugural M32 World Championship was held in Marstrand, Sweden where 15 boats took to the start line in what was an epic spectacle. Following the huge success of the 2017 event and as interest in the class continues to develop with an annual World Championship as the major event of the season.