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The World Premières that you absolutely can’t miss

Aventura 34 (World première)

The major new model this year for the Aventura yard is this 34 footer designed by the Design Lasta team.  The Aventura 34 is replacing the 33 in their range. And like its predecessor, this catamaran with a modern and successful design is becoming the boat of choice for coastal or offshore family cruising.This true cruising boat offers 3 double cabins, a comfortable saloon and a nice cockpit.  Not bad for a boat that’s just 10m in length.

The yard is also in the process of finalizing the all-new Aventura 44, the first example of which should be making its debut at the 2018 Cannes show.


Builder: Aventura Catamarans

Length: 9.98 m

Beam: 5.35 m

Unladen weight: 3.8 t

Draft: 0.90 m

Mainsail area: 45 m²

Genoa area: 28 m²

Gennaker area: 45 m²

Number of cabins: 3

Water: 2 x 150 l

Diesel: 2 x 100 l

Engines: 2 x 14 hp

Price: 149,000 euros exc. tax 

Bali 4.1 (World première)

The newest member of the Bali yard is the 4.1, a beautiful evolution of the Bali 4.0 with 140 units sailing around the world today.  You can read the full test in this issue of Multihulls World. This new boat will be presented for the first time to the public at La Grande Motte and it is particularly awaited by fans of innovative boats, very livable but equally seaworthy. The proof being that the No.1 in the series has just sailed around Spain to be at the show. The yard is also working on the flagship of the range, the Bali 5.4, which should be launched at the end of the year. 


Builder: Catana

Length: 12.35 m

Beam: 6.72 m

Unladen weight: 8.9 t

Draft: 1.12 m

Mainsail area: 48/50 m²

Solent area: 33 m²

Code 0 area: 56 m²

Number of cabins: 3/4

Water: 800 l

Diesel: 400 l

Engines: 2 x 20/40 hp

Price: 294,800 euros exc. tax  

Bavaria Nautitech Power 47 (Première afloat)

First seen ashore at the Düsseldorf show, the Bavaria Nautitech Power 47 is going to be on show for the first time afloat at the multihull show.  Note that this first powercat from Nautitech has also been nominated in the Power Multihull category in the election for Multihull of the Year 2018 (you can still vote at - the results will be announced during the show).  This catamaran is fast with a 22 knots top speed, but also has a great range, with 1,000 miles autonomy at 9 knots.  Of course on board, it’s the quality of life which is most evident, with a single cockpit-saloon space, and the hydraulic platform which allows you to easily stow the dinghy and which, once at anchor, transforms into a real bathing platform so you can make the most of the sea.  Finally there are the flybridge and the forward cockpit, comfortable areas to be enjoyed with friends and guests. 


Builder: Bavaria Catamarans

Length: 14.23 m

Beam: 7.54m

Engines: 2 x 225 hp

Range: 1,000 miles

Cruising speed: 9 ...

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