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Licia C24 Explorer

Published on 01 april 2018 at 0h00

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The Licia C24 Explorer has been designed by Pedro Egea, a catamaran specialist for over 20 years. Living in Barcelona, and sailing in the Mediterranean, he is very familiar with the world of super yachts, and this has allowed him to develop the design for this power catamaran of which the  first unit could be launched in June 2019...
The idea with this boat was to start from the concept of a 50-meter boat with all the benefits of the incredible space of these gigantic craft, and scale it down… to 24 meters!  And it is inside the nacelle in particular that this concept finds all its originality.  There is either an owner’s cabin or two VIP cabins forward, giving a panoramic view of the anchorage.  The volume offered by the Licia C24 would also allow for a lounge with bar and dining area, while the companionways down into the hulls are spiral - as on superyachts, thus avoiding steep stairs.  But the most interesting part is the work done by the architects on the circulation aboard, allowing guests to go out and / or enjoy their private space without crossing paths with the crew or other guests, if that is their choice...
Hull layouts offer four guest cabins - in addition to the one (s) located in the nacelle and two crew cabins, as well as a high-end galley, laundry room and two large spaces in the forepeaks for storage.
With its basic main engines comprising two 10.8 liter, 750 hp Cummins QSM11s, and tankage of some 10,000 liters, the Licia C24 Explorer has a range of 4,000 miles. More than enough to justify the boat’s name, and allowing you to go explore the world in the greatest comfort.

Technical specifications
Naval Architects: Licia Yacht & Catamaran Center
Length: 23.95 m
Beam: 9.85 m
Draft: 1.55 m
Water: 3,600 l
Motors: 2 x 750 hp
Diesel: 10,500 l
Top speed: 20 knots
Cruising speed: 10.5 to 12.5 knots
Interior Design: Darnet Design
For more information: www.licia-catamaran.com

 

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