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C-Cat 40 Power Fish - A taller flybridge for a better view over the water

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Here, the twin 75 HP motors and the 13-ton lightship weight of the Lagoon have been replaced by slightly “livelier” values, i.e. a 2 x 100 HP engine and a displacement of 10.25 tons laden. The C-Cat 40 Power Fish is capable of reaching 15 knots, compared to 11 for the 40 MY. At cruising speed, consumption can be kept to less than one liter (just over a quart) per mile. The interior is complete even though the nacelle is somewhat cramped - the cockpit can be added to the space, however, since it can be completely closed in. The flybridge is raised up on an aluminum structure so that deep-sea fishing enthusiasts can scan the water in with the best conditions. And at the back of the cockpit, there are rod holders of course!
Builder: C-Catamarans
Architects: Marc Lombard/Marco Amadio
Length: 38’9” (11.82 m)
Beam: 19’2” (5.84 m)
Laden displacement: 20,500 lbs (9.30 t)
Draft: 2’ (0.6 m)
Air draft: 16’7” (5.05 m)
Engine: 2 x 100 HP
Maximum speed: 15 knots
Fuel: 2 x 52 US gal (2 x 200 l)
Water: 79 US gal (300 l)
Cabins: 2 to 4

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