About This Vessel
A rare example of this new generation power catamaran design by Paul Stanyon and built by Mike Savins. High speed displacement hulls for remarkable performance and efficiency with the Yanmar 160hp shaft drive diesels providing a cruise speed of 16 knots with very low fuel burn. Can also cruise at 8-9 knots with an extensive range from the 1700 litre fuel capacity.
Constructed professionally from epoxy composite and foam materials she is light strong and won’t get osmosis. The design is outstanding with all those features essential in a modern powercat, big saloon and cockpit, walk around decks, stairs to flybridge, dual helm stations, island master queen bed, bathroom with outside access, en suite to main cabin, atrium style ceiling, full galley, lots of refrigeration, excellent performance and economy, painted hull, plenty of storage and weight carrying ability.
A superior modern vessel well priced. Very comfortable and ideal for coastal and extended cruising. Located Brisbane. Call for full details and inventory or to make an appointment to view.
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Note: Every care is taken when compiling this information for each vessel; however we take no responsibility as to its accuracy. Prospective Purchasers should satisfy themselves as to the accuracy of this information by their own inspection via appointment or engage a Marine Surveyor to look over the vessel.