Are Bali catamarans seaworthy?

So far Bali has proven to be strong, fast and seaworthy and it is a fun sailing boat.

Where are Catana sailboats made?

The Catana shipyard, created in 1984, is based in France at Canet en Roussillon. The company is the world specialist in fast cruising catamarans with an unwavering commitment to continuous innovation and research. Catana produces a range of customised catamarans ranging from 42-90 feet, all designed for world cruising.

Are Bali catamarans safe?

As mentioned Bali Catamarans are designed and built by Catana, one of the leaders in fast cruising catamaran manufacturing. They are CE certified and ICNN certified as well in Module B+ C or D if required. They are measured as being perfectly safe in all conditions – not more and not less than anyone else!

How Fast Is Bali catamaran?

The Bali 4.5 is fast under engine (8 knots at 2,100 rpm, 9.5 knots flat out).

Where is Bali catamaran made?

Bali catamarans are built in France at the Cantana Yard. Olivier Poncin and designer Xavier Fay came up with the new and innovative catamaran design and launched it in 2014.

Can a catamaran survive a hurricane?

Yes, sailboats can make it through a hurricane strike without any major issues depending on a few factors such as taking necessary precautions, the strength of the wind, boat’s location and the position of the vessel in the hurricane, etc.

What makes Catana catamarans so special?

Fitted with daggerboards and constructed with modern building materials such as closed cell foam cores, Kevlar for impact zones and carbon fiber for stiffness and improved sailing ability, Catana catamarans has always been in a class of its own.

Are there any problems with the Bali catamaran?

The Bali catamaran range is a young brand that stems from an esteemed background. It has a few teething issues but In our opinion there are no problems with the solid foredeck of the Bali that we can see at this stage.

Is the Catana 471 a classic catamaran?

Many would say that Catana hit their high water mark with the 471: we reckon it’s a Classic Catamaran. Designed by Christophe Barreau, this performance multihull was ahead of her time and still looks the business today. The 471 remains a very popular boat on the second hand market.

What new boats are in the Catana range?

For the moment, however, the only new boats in the Catana range are the Catana 53 and the Ocean Class which is another 50 footer with a bulkhead steering position If you are shopping around for alternatives, you might also want to take a look at the ITA 14.99 or the Outremer 45 – there´s plenty of choice in this market niche.