THE DIFFERENCE

HULL SHAPE

Unique bow shape that produces an extended waterline length and facilitates a finer entry angle thus giving the vessel handling characteristics typical of much larger vessels.

The unique asymmetric tunnel geometry generates spray at specific points inside the tunnel, creating a high-density air/water vapor cushion that the hull rides on. The result is a significantly dampened ride and reduced full consumption.

The reduced structural weight (see construction section) results in reduced demi-hull beam and effective increase in hull deadrise (deeper vee)

Full-length longitudinal steps in the running surfaces provided both efficient lift and dynamic stability

The catamaran hull configuration gives superior stability in all conditions.

CONSTRUCTION

Designed and built to Australian commercial craft standards (NSCV). Construction of any vessel in range can be surveyed to AMSA NSCV commercial standards.

Advanced composite construction of hull, deck and internal structures featuring:
– Vacuum infused using vinyl ester resin
– End-grain balsa and PVC foam core used in hull and deck for high shear capacity and low weight. Solid laminate transom, chines and keel
– Multi-axial fibres used throughout for increased laminate stiffness and strength and reduced weight
– Polyester gelcoat with integrally moulded non-skid on deck and cockpit. (Flexiteak optional)

CONFIGURATION

Self-draining decks ensuring superior swamping protection.

In build floatation meets or exceeds Australian standard in all models. All foam encapsulated in hull or enclosed under deck

Reduced structural weights mean lower towing weight and increased passenger capacity compared to a similar length monohull