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Ascat 63: A catamaran for cruising, but (also) cut out for racing!

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His new catamaran will offer 4 cabins and an excellent level of comfort but aims to compete on the water with Gunboats, HHs, and the like. The finish looks to be excellent and the equipment delivered as standard, generous - carbon structure and rig, refrigerator, freezer, generator, watermaker, inverters, battery chargers etc. - while offering attractive prices. Together with the architect Marco Veglia, Vittorio has opted for a sleek design. The deck layout eliminates the need for any maneuvers forward, giving preference to two side cockpits, which are better protected according to the designers. The future owner will be able to customize his catamaran as he wishes, as each Ascat 63 will be designed as a semi-custom unit. Two basic versions have been announced: Cruise and Race.

Builder: Adria Sail Custom Yachts

Architect: VMV YD

Length: 19.20 m (63’)

Waterline length: 18.87 m (61’11”)

Beam: 8.89 m (29’2”)

Light displacement: 14 t (30,860 lbs)

Draft: 1.30/3.30 m (4’3”/10’10”)

Mainsail: 125 m² (1,354 sq ft)

Genoa: 112 m² (1,205 sq ft)

Code 0: 154 m² (1,660 sq ft)

Fuel capacity: 2 x 1,000 l (2 x 264 US gal)

Water capacity: 2 x 1,000 l (2 x 264 US gal)

Engines: 2 x 80 or 2 x 110 hp

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