New catamaran under construction at Alumarine Shipyard

After the launch of the first model in this new range in July 2013, Alumarine Shipyard has recently announced it is starting the construction of a new sailing catamaran developed in partnership with the naval architect Pierre Delion.

Designed from strict specifications, this new 15 metre catamaran which is built in aluminium, is well suited for long distance cruising. Delivery scheduled for August 2014.

Specialists in custom aluminium shipbuilding, the Alumarine Shipyard and the Delion naval architecture office have developed a custom layout to suit the needs of the owner.

She offers many assets aimed to simplify life on board and enable the boat to be sailed alone or with a small crew. The aluminium construction also allows you to adapt the deck plan and the layouts as needed, which makes the boat fully customisable.

This catamaran includes all the essential equipment for long distance cruising including a technical room, large storage capacities and substantial tanks for self-sufficiency on long distance cruises.

From the conception, performance has been taken into account with thin hulls and lightweight accommodation. Depending on the owner’s needs, the hulls can be fitted with 3 or 4 cabins with plenty of storage.

The saloon opens onto a forward cockpit, a new welcoming area, very pleasant both at anchor and during navigation. The door to the forward cockpit also allows easy access on deck when needed.

Totally unique, two very functional integrated side doors can be installed on the starboard side and portside for easy boarding from the pier. These doors are very convenient when manoeuvring in the harbour.

Inside the cockpit, the helmsman is well protected from sun and rain thanks to the hard top. The helmsman seat is elevated behind the saloon bulkhead and all manoeuvres are centralized, allowing you to have a clear deck and to sail the boat alone or with a small crew.

In addition to the spacious saloon and galley on portside, a bathroom, a watch bed and a chart table on the forward starboard side allow an efficient watch.

For more information, visit Alumarine Shipyard.

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