Why should I choose a Catamaran for charter? What are the key characteristics and features of Catamarans? When is a Catamaran most suitable for boating holidays?
There are two types of catamarans: sailing catamaran and power catamaran. While the first type comes with sails, a power catamaran does not. Both types offer the stability of 2 hulls and engine power. Catamarans range in size and asset class – from fairly democratic 40 ft up to exceptionally luxurious 80 ft floating hotels.
Catamarans boast a lot of living space and comfort aboard. They are ideal for a large group of friends or a family. There is a lot of space and privacy inside and outside for everyone. You can dine Al Fresco at the aft deck, get your sunbathing in or gaze at the stars at night on the net at the front. Large swimming platforms make jumping into crystal clear waters a lot of fun and relaxing with a book on the sofa on deck is relaxing.
A Catamaran is very stable, and the waves are very well absorbed thanks to the two hulls. This makes this type of yacht ideal for a group with small kids, elderly guests or families who cherish peace and quiet. This yacht type offers loads of space. A large kitchen makes cooking easy and a gourmet cruise is very much a pleasure. The Catamaran is comfortable for island-hopping trips in Greece or Croatia for example. Kids, teenagers, families – nobody will feel cramped and many activities and water toys round off the yacht holiday
A Catamaran is ideal for a family vacation, celebrations, special occasions, a honeymoon, corporate retreats and many more.