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What’s New to the Catamaran Market - Several new designs have surfaced from the catamaran market
What’s New to the Catamaran Market


NewswireToday - /newswire/ - Ft. Lauderdale, FL, United States, 2005/12/08 - Several new designs have surfaced from the catamaran market.

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There have been several new catamaran design updates from builders including Lagoon, Blubay, Privilege, and Sunreef Yachts. Most of these designs made their debut at the Paris Show.

New Electric Lagoon 420

At the Paris Show Lagoon publicly offered the L-420 to the market. The electric-powered L-420 has made a break through in design and technology. Two version's are offered: a charter layout that consists of 4 double cabins with 4 half-island beds, 4 bathrooms with separate showers or a luxurious owner's version offering 3 double cabins and 3 bathrooms on a boat less than 42 feet!

• Power is provided by one Onan generator and powers a battery bank. From the battery bank two Leroy Somers motors will run silently for two hours before the generator will automatically start charging the battery bank.
• The cabin arrangement provides for 3 or 4 island berths.
• Raised helm station has seating for two under a hard top bimini.
• All control lines lead back to the helm with easy single handed sail control.
• High gull-wing bridge deck design with forward nacelle.
• Large salon with forward facing navigation station offering inside steering and engine controls.
• "L" shaped galley with cockpit pass-through window.

We will see the first Lagoon 42 roll off the production line Summer 2006. Dealers all over the world have been taking orders and the 2006 production is already sold. Currently there is availability in early 2007.

New Lagoon Power 44 offered at 2005 LP43 prices

Wow" is all I can say. The newly redesigned flybridge and salon in the LP44 is a huge improvement over the successful LP43. What's new? The flybridge is huge, including an upgraded windscreen, three bucket seats at the helm, large chaise lounge for two, settee with seating for eight and sun lounger cushions galore.

The lower inside helm has very comfortable adjustable seat and redesigned instruments cluster with full gauges and space for easy access electronics. The salon and cockpit share the same interchangeable table arrangement as the popular sailing Lagoon 440/cafe table. The new Lagoon Power 44 will be available in the U.S. in 2006. If you order yours now, it is the same price as last years LP43. Hurry! This offer from Lagoon won't last long!

Mega-Catamaran: Blubay 100

These impressive flybridge catamarans are built using resin infused epoxy and carbon fiber and the result is a very light yacht. The 77' weight is estimated to be 28 tons and the 100' is only 50 tons. The 100' has just rolled off the factory floor in Marseille, France.

This yacht will be launched in the next two months and will be available for charter this summer in the Med. Blubay also has two 45 hydrofoil power catamarans under construction in South Africa.

Privilege 745

The first Privilege 745 is well under way. This yacht is under construction in Les Sables d’Olonne, it is extremely spacious for a yacht of its size. The 745 represents the first flybridge catamaran designed by Marc Lombard to be built by Privilege. Currently Hull #1 is nearly completed and is available for sale. Launch date is scheduled for April 2006, Hull #2 is sold and #3 is available for sale and open for definition. Estimated completed price for this yacht will be $4 Mil. USD.

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