Power Catamaran Comparison


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What makes a Power Catamaran the best option for rough-condition boating and fuel efficiency?

1. All power catamarans have less hull resistance in the water as you are not plowing through waves with a wide bow, this accomplishes both greater fuel efficiency and overall performance at sea.

2. The expanded deck area of the relatively rectangular design allows for more room and load level capacity.

3. Turns are flatter versus the leaning action of a monohull, which Improves stability as you are not pivoting on the centerline of the hull.

4. The footprint is wider, which negates the effects of rolling seas.

5. The shallow draft of the catamaran design also allows access to areas that traditional hulls can not reach.

Power Catamarans have emerged as the intelligent alternative as more and more consumers discover their advantages.

Lagoon LP44

Based on the well-designed hull and deck of the Lagoon Power 43 and it's proven success in the US market.

LOA 42'9"
Displacement 11.2 T
Beam 23'
Draft 21'1"

Lagoon LP43

A boat genuinely designed for the private owner, with a modest size and a reasonable price tag.

LOA 42’9”
LWL 39’1”
Beam 21’1”
Draft 43’11”

Transcat 42

Provides the answer to your holiday expectations, of getting away from it all and gentle living.

LOA 42.15'
LWL 35.92'
Beam 17.52’
Draft 3.6'

Transcat 48

The Transcat 48’ satisfies the demands of our owner's in the spirit of the “Long Range Cruiser”.

LOA 48.78’
LWL 42.65’
Beam 21.6'
Draft 4.03'

Cumberland 44

The best of the power catamaran type- she will be the standard that all others will certainly follow.

LOA 44’
Displacement: 9T
Beam 21.5'
Draft 3.94'

Maryland 37

With its 1000 miles in range, you just cannot resist the pleasures of river cruising or the call of the sea.

LOA 36.6'
Diesel 300 gal
Beam 16.7'
Draft 3.5’

Powerplay 1480

High bridge deck clearance, voluminous hulls and freeboard, in addition to a cockpit and aft deck area.

LOA 48'
LOD 48’
Beam 23'
Draft 3'3"

Powerplay 1650

The first 1650 was created for a client who required a sleek gamefishing boat, capable of 30 knots plus.

LOA 54’
LOD 54’
Beam 24’
Draft 3'


Challenging the traditional view that a power catamaran should be wide and square.

LOA 57’ 8"
Beam 17’ 8"
Draft 1M

Sunchaser 60

Sunchaser Power and Transport vessels come standard with the HYSUWAC hydrofoil system.

LOA 65’
LOD 65’
Deck Area
1,200 sq. ft.

Sunreef Power 60

The Sunreef Power 60 is designed to first class yacht building standards: finishing, functionality, and quality.

LOA 60’
Displacement 30 T
Beam 26.57'
Draft 3.44'

Sunreef Power 67

The Sunreef 67 is meant for demanding owners seeking comfort, speed, and above all autonomy.

LOA 67’
Displacement 33 T
Beam 30'6"
Draft 4'

For additional information, please visit www.catamarans.com .


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