Catamaran express cruisers
Length: 10.85 m
Width: 3.45 m
Draft: 0.41 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 ...
Length: 12.8 m
Scape 42 Power This brand new Simonis-Voogd Power Catamaran is designed to be fast, stable and light weight. Making it highly efficient with its wave-piercing hulls and shallow draft. The indoor / outdoor theme gallery ...
Length: 13.71 m
MAGIC 45 A 45 foot motor catamaran with 200m2 living space! A boat which can be used as a yacht, a house boat, a restaurant boat, a diving boat, a party boat....
Length: 50'00" ft - 60'00"
Based on a proven, seaworthy and fuel efficient, go- anywhere, high speed displacement hull, she could be built from 50 - 60 ft. Our 50ft “Molly” is a fine example and after 20 years cruising Patagonia, rounding Cape Horn several times, ...
While the 47 PowerCat is the smaller of the two Juston Cats in development here at Lyman-Morse, you will find her offerings as the perfect getaway are just as broad.Your private oasis from the every day. With long-legged cruising ranges, ...
Length: 14 m
Launch for the America's Cup in New Zealand 14 m catamaran with aluminium hull and polyester superstructure. For technical and weather assistance to the Areva yacht (America's Cup in 2002). Based in the port of Marseille.
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How to choose this product
An express-cruiser catamaran is a dual-hull craft that allows living aboard.
These crafts are mainly used for cruising, but can also be used for daytime excursions, fishing, or leisure.
Most models are built of composite materials (fiberglass or polyester resin, vinyl ester or epoxy). Some are made of aluminum.
Both hulls usually offer living space, and are connected together by a platform decking on which is situated the covered unit.
Above the platform, some express-cruiser catamarans feature a flybridge, i.e. an open space protected or not by a hard-top or a bimini-top, which allows to enjoy the view and the sun.
Each hull is usually equipped with a single engine, which eases port maneuvering. The engines can be diesel, fuel, hybrid or electrical.
How to choose
Consider carefully the necessary space: number of bunks, exterior spaces, dining space. Consider as well mooring options and maitenenance costs.
The presence of a flybridge is a pleasant option that allows to view the sea from a shaded and elevated position.
Motorization must be studied and take into account the craft's weight and navigation. Constructors offer many types of engine powering.
Consider the standard equipment and the optional features.
- Good livability
- Do not depend on wind
- Relatively fast
- Little roll
- Fuel consumption
- Brutal pitch at sea
- Requires much port space
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