Catlante 560 - Aluminum for cabin charter

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The Lagoons are GRP models optimized for comfort, but the forthcoming launch of the Catlante 560 will highlight the use of aluminum as the material of choice. This choice is justified not only by the material’s robustness, but also by its recyclability. This new model was designed by Thomas Serré, a former member of the Sunreef Yachts Design Office. The 560 will offer four passenger cabins (two doubles and two triples) and two crew cabins. Externally, the emphasis has been placed on the XXL flybridge, the rigid foredeck and the huge sugarscoops. Although deliveries are scheduled for October 2024 and March 2025, cabin reservations are already open – for summer in the Mediterranean and winter in the Caribbean.

Builder: Normandy Yacht Service
Architect: Thomas Serré
Material: Aluminum
Length: 56’ (17.06 m)
Beam: 27’10” (8.49 m)
Draft: 4’11” (1.5 m)
Air draft: 85’4” (26 m)
Displacement: 59,800 lbs (27.12 t)
Mainsail: 1,120 sq ft (104 m²)
Genoa: 605 sq ft (56 m²)
Engine: 2 x 110 HP
Fuel: 740 US gal (2,800 l)
Water: 340 US gal (1,290 l) 

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