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HAMMERCAT 35 - Elegant, fast and economical

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This new model is the result of a collaboration between Schionning Naval Architects, South African boatbuilder Uwe Jaspersen from Carbo Tech, and the American Peter Wiersema, who formerly worked for Leopard. The catamaran configuration of the HammerCat logically offers excellent lateral stability, but the hulls go much further, with a particularly well protected foredeck, chines and a tunnel effect. On the water, with two 300 hp motors, the 35 easily makes 44 knots, and her behavior, both in rough water and in terms of ease and agility, is impressive, especially given the boat doesn’t need trimtabs. This is a very seaworthy and unsinkable speedboat... which proves to be more economical than a monohull of the same length. As a result, thanks to her large fuel capacity, the HammerCat 35 offers a range of between 500 and 1,200 miles, no less! On deck, lockers everywhere, a super well-protected helm console (with carbon bimini), a mini-WC area, but no cabin(s): the HammerCat 35 is a day-boat and this is the role she takes on!

Builder: Hammer Yachts
Construction: Foam/epoxy sandwich and carbon reinforcing
Length: 10.40 m (34’1”)
Beam: 3.60 m (11’10”)
Laden displacement: 4,000 kg (8,800 lbs)
Water capacity: 150 l (40 US gal)
Fuel capacity: 2 x 800 l (2 x 210 US gal)
Max speed: 44 knots with 2 x 300 hp outboards
Max power: 800 HP (up to 4 engines)

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