The big success of the cruise catamarans is basically due to the fact that
they are far superior in certain aspects of family sailing. The complete comfort
they offer is difficult to find on board other types of vessels.
One of the main and most pleasurable features of catamaran sailing and
anchoring is the stability. This is because these vessels have two hulls which
make activities such as reading, sleeping, having showers much easier. In fact
basic living becomes much more comfortable and safer thanks to the fact that
catamarans do not have a heel (which avoids rolling). This characteristic
noticeably reduces the possibilities of suffering from seasickness which can
often spoil a sailing holiday.
The vessels have magnificent living quarters thanks to the exceptional wide
beam, which is another important feature. A true feeling of spaciousness in the
cabins is given to make you feel as if you were at home.
The two hulls are divided by the central saloon which is on the same level
as the cockpit and the deck. This means that you can still have your own privacy
even with a numerous crew on board: This lay out provides an excellent all round
visibility and provides a lot of interior light: You are also in a safe
environment as you are permanently in contact with the exterior.
Another advantage of the catamaran is that the impressive wide beam produces
a larger sail area per unit of length .This as well as the fact that there is no
keel counterweight means that these vessels are very stable. They also have a
higher average speed as they are lighter and more agile than other types of
Catamarans are very easy to manoeuvre in shallow waters because they have a
small draught. This enables you to get to hidden inlets, bays or beaches that
are inaccessible with other types of vessels.
The comfortable and spacious trampoline net between the two hulls is another
one of the many features of this boat, making the voyage a true pleasure.
And these are only some of the treasures hidden in our catamarans; would you
like to discover more?