Catapult Catamarans Marine Projects Ltd
Builders of GRP commercial work catamarans

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The Design: A hull moulding with ultra fine deep ‘V’ forward sections reduce any slamming to a minimum, this also keeps the vessel on a more level altitude whilst running through all the speed range, allowing power to be transferred more efficiently to propellers by keeping the propeller shafts at a constant angle enabling more forward thrust. A deep forefoot counteracts the windage that a vessel of this size is subject to at slow speed manoeuvrability.

 

The bridge deck has been designed as a reverse ‘S’ section instead of the usual convex formation, this allows us more head room in accommodation space whilst still retaining island wheelhouse status. Also this gives water to bridge deck forward clearance of over two metres. A full wave breaker has also been incorporated in the design with built in flare and progressive reserve buoyancy.

 

This gives us a massively strong spine to the boat. Two full-length keels give the vessel increased grip in the water to aid good course keeping and static stability in wind situations. The keels have been cut back and profiled to deliver a clean flow of water to the propellers, for this reason ‘P’ brackets and hung rudders were the best option, giving enhanced hydrodynamics and performance.

 

 

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