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AVENTURA 10 CS : The comfort of a 40-footer in under 11 meters?

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While the majority of yards start their production at the fateful 12-metre (40’) threshold, Aventura Catamarans has taken the challenge of offering a similar interior space in just 10 meters (33’) of hull length. With an innovative layout, the company is doing just that.

In the power catamaran market, we’ve not seen models of less than 12 meters (40’) for a few years now, apart from the very successful Aquila 32 and 36. However, the Highland 35 from the Fountaine Pajot shipyard had been a great success with no less than 68 models produced from 2005 to 2011. But demand from the charter sector has overwhelmed this size, which is considered too small to accommodate four real double cabins. The forward cabins, in particular, were not wide enough to accommodate two adults comfortably. Aventura Catamarans, which has been producing sailing catamarans in its Tunisian shipyard since the early 2000s, decided to start the process three years ago by calling on Samer Lasta. The naval architect had already designed some of the company’s other models, including the Aventura 34. While the length was predefined at just 10 m (33’), the other characteristics were left to his discretion. The design studio of course exploited this freedom of design: the freeboard, for example, is quite high. The taut lines don’t suffer because of it, though, and the boat even displays a beautiful modern elegance. The proportions are well-balanced and offer the advantage of using the...

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