Catamaran cabin cruisers

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catamaran cabin cruiser
catamaran cabin cruiser
30’

Length: 9.16 m
Width: 3 m
Fuel capacity: 680 l

... WIDTH (M) 3.00 DRAUGHT (M) 0.00 FUEL (L) 680 WATER (L) 160 ENGINE MANUFACTURER SPEED (KN) 0 MAX SPEED (KN) 0 CABINS (KN) 0

canal cabin cruiser
canal cabin cruiser
KRONLAND II

Length: 10.85 m

... within Europe and sheltered shores. Fully specified, certified (Kat  C) and calculated houseboat-catamaran. Designed by 35 years of experience in multihull yachting and in composite building. Ready ...

How to choose this product

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A catamaran cabin cruiser is a twin-hulled powerboat less than 9.5 meters long with at least one cabin.

Applications

These small catamarans are suitable for day outings, fishing or just relaxing on the water. They generally have sleeping accommodations for two to four people, making coastal cruising possible. Some have powerful motors capable of high speeds. However, since they turn more slowly than monohulls, they are not well-suited for tow sports like water skiing and wakeboarding.

Technologies

Catamarans offer much more stability and far less roll than monohull craft. Most are made of fiberglass with polyester, though some are now built using epoxy. They have room for a cabin, a small galley and head. Those with two cabins allow families with children to cruise in comfort.

Engines range from modest, economical models to high-power units capable of exhilarating speeds. Both inboard and outboard versions exist, each with advantages and disadvantages.

How to choose

Outboards allow for additional deck, cabin and stowage space, but are more exposed and noisier. Expense and required maintenance time increase with vessel size.

Advantages

- Stability

Disadvantages

- Slower, wider turns