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BREAKING NEWS ! AQUILA 28 MOLOKAI - Central console!

The Aquila range is now complete, with the addition of a small Open model, a 28-footer with a central console. Drawn by famous Hawaiian designer Kirk Clark, this compact catamaran promises excellent seakeeping, easy handling and great performance.

44 knots top speed.
Advertised price: $ 168,412 ex-tax


OVERBOAT - An electric foiling catamaran

The result of three years of research, this modern and futuristic pocket catamaran allows everyone to fly over water thanks to its four electronically controlled and automatically regulated foils. These retractable appendages make it easy to leave from a beach or a pontoon, and return to your starting point. The Overboat is capable of a top speed of 15 knots thanks to its 4.5 kW electric motor in the single-seater version. At 12 knots, there’s enough power for 2 hours. The Overboat, which is classified under category D, passes very well through an 18” (0.5 m) chop, which is quite rare for a boat of this size. A “Classic” version, without foils, is also available.

Builder: Neocean
Length: 10’2” (3.1 m)
Beam: 4’5” (1.35 m)
Weight: 220 lbs (100 kg)
Motor: 4.5 kW
Max speed: 10 or 15 knots
Classic version price: € 12,500 ex-tax
Overboat 100-Foiler price: € 26,900 ex-tax




BALLISTIC 5000 - A trailable catamaran for fishing!

New from Spirited Designs, specialist in multihulls in kit form: the Australian builder is launching a mini catamaran designed for fishing - and of course day trips. Delivered in kit form or at any stage of completion, the Ballistic 5000 is much lighter than mass-produced fiberglass boats: here, a Divinycell/epoxy foam sandwich construction is used. As a result, this little catamaran can be powered by smaller engines - up to 2 x 50 HP - and is easily transported on a trailer. The deck layout is clever: the entire surface area has been exploited, thanks to a full deck at the bow and a platform at the stern. The helm station and cockpit are perfectly protected, and the superstructure houses a mini-cabin.

Builder: Spirited Designs
Length: 16’5” (5.00 m)
Construction: Epoxy sandwich
Engines: 2 x 50 HP outboards


CASTLEROCK CARBON CAT - A twin-hulled rib

Careful, this one’s quick! Designed in Australia and built in New Zealand, the Castlerock Carbon Cat was designed by Dan Oatley, a member of an Australian family well known in the boating world. This catamaran RIB is built from an aluminum chassis and a carbon deck. Trim is controlled by a pair of trim tabs. Although this boat’s short length confines it to relatively sheltered waters, the top speed ecorded with a modest 115 HP is still 60 knots…

Builder: Carbon Cat
Length: 17’5” (5.30 m)
Beam: 7’10” (2.40 m)
Capacity: 6 people
Fuel: 21 US gal (80 l)
Engines: 115 HP/135 HP outboard
Top speed: 60 knots Price: tba


V625 - Small go-anywhere cat!

This Australian powercat is ...

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