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Multihulls World 151 - January/February 2017
2017 BUYER’S GUIDE
Every multihull on the market - All the new models
Multihulls up to 40 feet
Multihulls from 40 to 50 feet
Multihulls from 50 to 60 feet
Multi-yachts over 60 feet
Power Multihulls ...
Tricat 25 sport trimaran: three times more fun
The Solo Maxi Banque Populaire IX trimaran promises to be a serious competitor in the Ultim class, as the architects (VPLP) have designed a boat on the limits of the class rules (32m long, 23m beam), equipped with foils and a canting mast, ...
With a length of 15m and a 10.2m beam, the
platform is very welcoming, especially with the rigid side decks between the
hull and the floats, which offer a new living area.
See it on: www.schionningdesigns.com.au
On the drawing board, we find the accommodation for 6 guests and 2 crew from a 20-meter monohull, but the comparison stops there. The stowage volumes provided by the length and above all the outriggers, is infinitely superior, for storing ...
When shopping for a catamaran you should always buy the largest, most inexpensive boat, right? This is the very definition of a bargain, is it not?
Well, maybe not.
People tend to ...
Before taking the decision to leave, and often even until the end of their voyage, most skippers taking their family to the other side of the world ask themselves if they have the ability, and if they are not taking ...
Whether new or second-hand, buying a catamaran which is going to be with you for the years ahead is the most logical solution (see the following pages for the choice between new, second hand or a ...