Aluminum yachts

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The GT54 is definitely for ocean going:
Its low consumption heavy duty engine is the type used in the fishing and...


A modern and innovative catamaran, with plenty of assets... Developped by the Stirling Design International...

Modern hull lines, spacious and light accommodation, this new range of trawler catamarans has benefited from the latest developments...

With modern and strong hull lines, the Panama 62’ is the ultimate combination of power, elegance and space.

Alu Marine, shipbuilding specialist, and Berret-Racoupeau,...


This 55' Catamaran Cruiser (The IKE) has an overall breadth of 20 feet, with a draft of 2 feet 10 inches. With a 45,000-pound displacement, three decks, and two turbo-charged Yanmar...


Gold Coast Ships Ltd can construct your new motor yacht from marine grade aluminium to give you a vessel that will be as strong as a commercial vessel...


Design No: CD543
Vessel Name: Adventurer Komodo
A cost effective long range cruise vessel. Deployed as a high end surf / dive charter...

Design No: ID2445
Vessel Name: Haruku
An unusual but successful application of the wave piercer design developed by Incat...


SeeMan 60 is a project of motor-yacht made of aluminium. She is designed for long distance cruises over the ocean....


How to choose this product


An aluminum yacht is a recreational vessel built primarily of aluminum or aluminum alloys.


Configurations vary among these craft. Options include one or multiple decks, motor or sail power, yacht, super-yacht or another version.


Aluminum and steel yachts are built using the same techniques. Frames and floors reinforce the hull. However, aluminum construction requires significant experience because the material is difficult to weld. It should be noted that since aluminum is three times lighter than steel, it can be used to build larger vessels with shallower draft.

How to choose

Choice will depend on design and personal preferences.


- Light
- Sturdy
- Corrosion-resistant


- High price

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