25′ TomCat Catamaran

Whether you are cruising, fishing or diving with over 45 square feet of cockpit space there is room to roam..

Anywhere you wish to go — from the cold north to the tropics — the TomCat can take you there. And its performance is unparalleled. Tested for speed, fuel consumption, and power, the results show that this catamaran will never disappoint.

Fuel Capacity

  • 30 Amp shorepower with battery charger
  • Pressurized water system with 6 gallon hot water tank
  • Enclosed hot and cold stand up shower
  • Marine head with holding tank
  • Hydraulic steering
  • Four foot fish boxes with fish box pumps
  • Opening front center window
  • Dual electric wiper motors
  • Lewmar hatch
  • Outboard bracket with swim step

Engineering

  • All color accents and top deck non-skid patterns are molded-in
  • All deck hardware is stainless steel and top deck is ¾” thick
  • Deck hardware includes 5 through bolted SS cleats
  • Electric windshield wipers with pantographic arms
  • Easily transported via trailer
  • Classic C-Dory design allows it to dock or beach virtually anywhere
  • Designed to accommodate up to a 350 HP outboard engine
  • Designed to cruise comfortably between 10 and 30 knots

Specifications

General specifications.

  • LOA  25’5″
  • Beam  8’6″
  • Headroom  6’5″
  • Weight  5,400 lbs
  • Cockpit  4’6″ long x 5’9″ wide
  • Fuel Capacity  150 gals
  • Water Capacity  30 gals
  • Power Outboard  up to 350 HP
  • Material  Fiberglass composite
  • Tow Weight 9,500 lbs (Boat, Motors, Trailer, & Fuel)

Hull, deck and cockpit

  • Four foot fish boxes with macerator pumps
  • Outboard brackets
  • Standard 5-Year Hull Warranty

Comfort and interior

  • Spacious cabin with ample room for 4-6 passengers
  • Comfortable v-berth with comfortable cushions hand-made at the factory
  • Hull liner and foam back vinyl
  • Ergonomically designed seats

Instrumentation and Safety Equipment

  • Fuel Capacity 150 Gallons
  • Automatic/Manual Bilge Pumps
  • Certification/Standard Compliance ABYC, USCG, CE

Optional Equipment

  • Anchor windlass
  • Refrigerator
  • Wash down pump
  • Diver swim step with ladder

Color Selection

  • Colored Gunnel Stripe and Boot stripe color options — Blue, Cabernet, Forest Green, Black
  • Custom colors optional
  • Fabric packages to match gel-coat colors

Specifications as well as standard and optional equipment are subject to change without notice. All measurements approximate. For more information and pricing, please contact your local  C-Dory dealer .

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8 Best Catamarans That Are 30 Feet or Less

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Large-sized catamarans are appealing due to their ample spacing and comfort. Therefore, a cruising family or couple looking to buy a boat is more likely to go for one of these. But are there small cruising catamarans that provide the performance, comfort, and amenities found in larger boats?  

The best catamarans under 30 feet (9.14 m) include the TomCat 6.2, Cadillac 27and 30, Gemini 30, Endeavour 30, and Maine Cat. These time-tested cruising cats are easy to handle, premium built, and are great for daytime sailing, overnight trips, and some even suitable for long-range sea passages. 

In this article, you’ll find a list of the best cruising catamarans below 30 feet (9.14 m). Keep reading to discover which catamarans make this list, what they have to offer, their pros and cons, and how much they cost.

If you are unsure whether or not 30ft is too small for your needs, then I suggest you check out another article I wrote named Best Size Catamaran , it will discuss why length matters and how it affects safety.

Unlike most catamarans designed for racing purposes, the TomCat 6.2 is a medium-sized cat that’s well-suited to daytime cruising. It boasts high-quality construction, vacuum-bagged hulls, and a plywood-reinforced deck.

This 20 footer (6.09 m) comes with an 11-foot (3.35 m) beam and not only offers you safety and comfort but performance and versatility as well. 

This boat has a centrally placed outboard engine and two rudders that allow it to turn quickly and maneuver confidently into and out of marina slips. The 9.9 hp outboard propels it to speeds of around 8 knots (9.21 mph or 14.8 kph), though the boat has the potential to move faster if desired.

This simpler type of cat (just one engine as an example) also allows for cheaper and easier maintenance. Maintenance costs are something most people underestimate when getting a cat, if you want to get some real numbers from actual sailors then I suggest you read this article (How much does it cost to maintain a cat).

The boat sails with minimal heeling, comfortably accommodate 6-8 people, and you can sail it single-handed or take a crew. 

High and narrow hulls bearing arched bottoms allow for a low wetted surface. The hull design provides low resistance and a great deal of reserved buoyancy and also enables you to drive through closely spaced waves.

On most 20-footers (6.1 m), driving through waves generates a smooth but wet ride, but with the TomCat’s enclosed deck (link to parts names explained here ), you are safe and protected behind a windshield and the high bulwark.

The TomCat makes an excellent cruiser because it performs impressively well both under sail and power. It combines the performance of a modern sailing cat with the comfort, style, and convenience of a powerboat. It’s also trailerable since you can detach the hulls from the deck , winch up the deck on a trailer, and slide the hulls underneath.

But the best part is that it’s easy on the pocket, with the price ranging between $36,750 and $44,580 .

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Catalac 30 (9M)

The Catalac brand consists of strongly built vessels that sport thick hulls, glass windows, narrow beams, and vertical transoms . Catalac 30 was the first vessel in this popular British cruising line designed by Tom Lack in the late 60s. The boat’s appeal was attributed to its safety, ample spacing, well-built interior, and load-carrying abilities.

These characteristics are extremely important on a safe catamaran, overloading your cat makes it sit lower in the water, increases drag, reduces handling and speed, there is stuff you should know about this (so that you can make an educated buy). I have created an article where I try to explain the basics of a safe cat ( link here )

Sporting 5 berths, a massive galley, plus a cockpit with a sheltered steering position, the 30-foot (9.1 m) Catalac makes an excellent floating home for a cruising family. It sails exceptionally well, doesn’t heel ( heeling explained here ), and delivers a reasonable motor-sailer level of performance.

Furthermore, the hulls provide adequate headroom, allowing those on board to move around comfortably, and there’s enough space on the deck for sunbathing. 

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The Catalac’s structure features solid fiberglass, chined hulls, and a staggered sheerline that allows easy aft access. With a modest rig that’s easy to handle, the Catalac can deliver top speeds of up to 12-14 knots (13.81-16.11 mph / 22.22-25.9 kph) under sail.

Given that the boat’s design focuses more on comfort than speed, this is a spectacular performance.  

Catalac 9M requires a skilled hand when turning into the wind as it is prone to blowing sideways. This is because the boat lacks ballast (which helps in keeping momentum during a tack) but also centerboards ( explained here ).

Skills are always the most essential things to bring aboard and you can acquire them in many ways, my two favorite ways are through NauticEd courses (two free courses here ) or by reading books (my top 15 books here )

Back to the boat! This model came in two versions; the standard layout contained a 30-40hp outboard, while the second option had duo engines. The latter is easier to maneuver into a marina. 

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These cats retain their value pretty well. However, they might not be easy to come by since most owners find it challenging to get their hands on a larger boat with similar qualities and performance.

A Catalac 30 (9M) goes for between $33,000 and $55,000.

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Catalac 27 (8M)

The Catalac 27 8M is a pocket cruiser that boasts a strong reputation for high quality, durability, and strength. Besides, the boat’s design makes it somewhat suitable for bluewater sailing ( understand why the small size is an offshore problem).

Built like a battleship, the boat contains solid fiberglass hulls. Additionally, it comes with double engines, a large cockpit fitted with cushions all around, and features standing headroom in each hull.

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Like the Catalac 9M, this boat comes with two different layouts; a twin inboard diesel engine or an outboard engine. The twin-engine models can motor up to 1000 km (621 miles, read more on cat fuel consumption here ) without needing to refuel, while the 70 amps of charge plus water tanks (70 gallons / 265 liters) make these vessels remarkable coastal cruisers. 

Catalacs equipped with outboard engines sail faster since you can raise the engine during sailing and are also lighter. This helps to minimize drag . Catalac 8M sports a short but thick mast that helps make the boat stable. 

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Though small in size, this catamaran packs a lot of features in its small frame. It has a full-sized berth, a large galley that’s almost 8 feet (2.4 m) long, a quarter berth, head, and navigation station.

What’s more, the cockpit is as large as that of a 38 to 40-foot (11.5 to 12.1 m) cat.

Catalac 27 costs about $31,836.

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The Endeavour 30 

The Endeavour 30 catamaran is a boat characterized by stability, ample deck space, and a spacious interior. It boasts fast cruising speeds under both sail and power.

The boat has mini keels and rudders plus symmetrical hulls separated by a hydra-cell. The latter is a center section with a characteristic V-shape. 

The boat’s vacuum-bagged construction helps enhance strength and stiffness while reducing weight. Furthermore, the interior has a fiberglass mold, providing extra strength and rigidity. With sufficient breeze, this vessel can deliver reasonable off-the-wind and doable upwind speeds.

As such, you can expect to attain speeds of about ~10 knots (11.51 mph or 18.5 kph) on power reaches. Below is a video showing a panoramic tour of the Endeavour 30:

This vessel has the internal capacity of a 40-foot (12.1 m) monohull. And you can tell this from the unique layout merging the cabin and cockpit with wide doors to the numerous features packed into this 30-foot (9.14 m) vessel.

It has a spacious salon, an enormous galley, two queen berth staterooms with plenty of storage space, a head with separate showers, and a sizable U-shaped dinette. 

You can get this boat for under $50,000 .

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The Geminis by Tony Smith were the United States’s first production cruising cats. Today, these vessels remain the most appealing American-built cruising catamarans. Built between 1981 and 1990, the Gemini 30 does not have a contemporary design, but it works remarkably well for cruisers desiring generous living space in a small affordable sailboat.

At only 14 feet (4.2 m) across, Gemini cats are somewhat narrow. But this mean s they can easily fit into most of the regular marina berths.

Besides, the boats still contain enough interior space for a queen-size double berth and two smaller doubles housed in separate guest rooms.

There’s also a modest but serviceable saloon with duo settees and a collapsible table that can transform into an additional double berth.

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For the Gemini 30, this translates to a cruising cat with standing headroom that can comfortably accommodate 3 couples in private cabins or a family with small children. A good-sized galley, a spacious head with a shower, nav desk, and a large comfy cockpit make up the Gemini 30’s cruising palace.

Catamaran layout is highly personal and if you want to learn more about different characteristics then I suggest you read my article Designing the perfect catamaran layout ( Link )

While not that fast, the Gemini 30 will easily outsail the Endeavor 30 discussed above. Its daggerboards (which are explained in detail here ) can point well, and if you keep it light, it can do 7-8 knots (12.9-14.8 km/hr) under sail.

Besides, raising the daggerboards reduces the wetted surface area, and increases the speed downwind.

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The Gemini 30 tends to pound and hobbyhorse a little when sailing in choppy waters – particularly when overloaded (more on load carrying capabilities in this article ), but the deep pivoting daggerboards provide stability and lift underwater.

Furthermore, the Gemini’s retractable rudders enable it to venture into shallow waters.

This is a very popular cruising cat that’ll give you a lot of bang for your bucks.

You can find a Gemini for less than $65,000.

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Maine Cat 30 

The Maine Cat 30 combines premium quality construction materials with the most advanced building techniques to create a lightweight vessel capable of handling most offshore conditions. What’s more, this boat can remain trouble-free for years on end with little effort.

If you are in the market for a simple liveaboard cruiser that you can use for a short weekend getaway or a cruising voyage, this is it.

The boat has a sizable primary stateroom berth with ample overhead space and a dresser fitted with a hanging storage cabinet. The enormous head includes a toilet, sink, 20-gallon (75.71 L) holding tank, vanity, and a pressurized shower.

Covering the open bridgedeck is a permanent hardtop. This spacious bridgedeck can hold quite a crowd and comes with a convertible dinette that turns into an extra berth. If need be, you can even enclose the entire space using acrylic windows or screens. Gabo

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The 360-degree visibility from the cockpit allows the captain plus the crew a panoramic view, and all sail controls go back to the cockpit, which is very useful if wanting to sail single-handedly.

I believe that most boats should be set up in this way since sooner or later you might be in a situation where there is only one person to handle the controls, such as in an emergency. But more on that in another article ( Link ).

The Maine Cat 30 is a classic boat that delivers on high-performance multihull sailing. Designed to offer much better performance than catamarans bearing tall and heavy bridge decks, this cat weighs less and suffers less windage thanks to the acrylic windows.

The boat’s interior layout allows for easy cleaning as surfaces sport a smooth gel coat and satin-finished cherry trim. The solid but lightweight furniture bears the same Core-Cell foam core employed on the hull, deck, and hardtop. Plus, there’s ample storage for all your sailing equipment, cleaning supplies, and provisions.

A Maine Cat 30 can cost up to $110,000.

Heavenly Twins 27

The overall design of this well-equipped catamaran makes it a superb pocket cruiser.

Heavenly Twins 27 manages to fit not one but two coachroofs on hulls that are only 27 feet (8.20 m) long. Canoe sterns and a central cockpit separating the duo coachroofs form the boat’s other prominent features. 

Famous for their excellent build quality, medium-depth draft, and narrow beams, Heavenly Twins 27 appeals to a wide range of boating enthusiasts.

These include solo sailors, weekend sailors, cruising families, circumnavigators, beginner sailors, and experienced liveaboards such as this famous Youtube channel “Kittiwake”.

The vessels house double cabins in the hulls while the forward starboard contains the heads and, to port, the galley. You can easily access the bar from the well-protected cockpit while the Comfordesk accommodation converts into a double dock. 

A stoop through allows access from below-deck to the aft compartment without going through the cockpit. There’s ample storage space throughout the boat, plus you can section off the large stateroom into smaller double compartments if desired.

The price range for this boat is $ 20,098 to $24,193. (I believe that kittiwake is for sale too)

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The last cruising catamaran on my list is the Aquilon 26 . This French-built cruising vessel is light in weight and trailerable, which means you can disassemble it in a few hours or transport it as-is.

Designing a boat that is possible to disassemble usually means that it is structurally less strong, which by no means is a problem during coastal sailing but the Aquilon 26 is mostly attractive to sailors who prefer inland lake sailing. It’s also suitable for beginner sailors.

Although there are no real “beginner cats” there are specs to consider if you are a beginner with catamarans, most of them I have listed in another article ( here ). Gabo

This 26-footer (7.92 m) has the potential for good speed though its layout is anything but conventional- which forms part of its appeal.

The cockpit works as the saloon, and a full bimini protects the crew from lousy weather. The starboard hull contains a dinette and galley, and the port has a double berth stateroom. The windows are quite unusual, but they provide lots of light, remarkably enhancing interior visibility.

Aquilon 26 can deliver an average cruising speed of 10knots (11.51 mph or 18.5 kph).

On a beam reach, you can expect around 25 knots (28.77 mph or 46.3 kph) with an adequate breeze ( I have never sailed at 25knots but researching this boat supposedly it is possible).

You can get this boat for under $50,000.

What Makes Small Cruising Cats Attractive?

Small cruising cats are ideal for sailing along the coast. But that’s not all. Under capable hands, properly fitted smaller cats can also deliver spectacular offshore passages similar to their larger counterpart (Heres a list of full-sized bluewater cats).

They can operate over long cruise ranges, cross oceans , and circumnavigate the globe . Smaller cats are also suitable for day sailing, overnight trips, and coastal or inland voyages. 

For most sailors, comfort on board is crucial, so they’ll look for a vessel that guarantees a comfortable cruising experience. The good thing is that smaller vessels provide almost the same qualities and amenities that bigger vessels offer. Plus, you can do quite a bit with the available space, especially if it’s well laid out.  

You’ll find that most 30-footer (9.14 m) or more miniature cruising cats comprise a galley, head, bunks, navigation and entertainment electronics, and refrigeration.

Sailors usually talk about these benefits of smaller cats:

  • They’re less expensive. Large boats are costly to buy. They also cost more to hire, maintain, and dock. You can buy a small-sized boat at a much lower price, and parts tend to cost less too. Besides, you get to use smaller sails, winches, and lighter lines than those applicable on a larger boat. And since marine services such as moorings and haul-outs get billed via boat length, a smaller cat makes sailing more affordable.
  • They boast superior builds. Most cruising boats under 30 feet (9.14 m) feature designs that are 30+ years old. In those days, weather forecasts were hard to come by and not as accurate, so boat builders used hulls with thicker fiberglass than the type found in today’s builds. Furthermore, everything in the boat, including rigs, rudders, hulls, keels and decks, was designed to withstand strong winds and high waves. 
  • They have simpler systems. This means less time spent fixing and maintaining your boat. For instance, most small cruising cats often lack water-makers, hot water systems, or electric anchor windlasses. 
  • They’re easier to handle. Smaller cats are simpler to sail than larger cats. It’s also easier to sail one single-handed or with a small crew.

What is the largest cat on person can sail?

The Disadvantages of Smaller Cruising Cats

Below are some of the most discussed downsides of small cats:

  • They have limited living space, storage, and amenities.
  • Though they don’t heel much, they are less comfortable than larger boats since they get tossed around much more easily in big ocean swells.
  • It’s not easy to accommodate crew for extended periods; hence there are fewer hands to share work.
  • They are slower and take longer to get to their destination.

Though fewer are on the cruising trails than their larger counterparts, small catamarans make ideal cruisers because they are simple, seaworthy, and pocket-friendly.

When choosing the best cat for your needs, focus on quality rather than size. A well-planned 30-footer (9.14 m) is reliable and provides ample space for your accommodation, dining, and relaxation, plus a storage room for provisions and any spare parts you might need. 

And if you want even more info than I have presented to you in this article I would recommend a book from Serj, he makes it easy to understand why size matters and how to find a cat suited for your needs (amazon link )

Owner of CatamaranFreedom.com. A minimalist that has lived in a caravan in Sweden, 35ft Monohull in the Bahamas, and right now in his self-built Van. He just started the next adventure, to circumnavigate the world on a Catamaran!

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Catamarans are known for seaworthiness, but what sets a run-of-the-mill recreational cat from a full-blown liveaboard blue water cruiser?

The best production blue water cruising catamarans are the Manta 42, the Lagoon 42, the Leopard 45, the Lagoon 450, and the Prout 45. These vessels have excellent living accommodations and great sea keeping abilities.

In this article, we’ll cover five of the best liveaboard cruising catamarans, along with what sets them apart from similar vessels. Additionally, we’ll go over what to look for in a catamaran that functions both as a home and an offshore adventure cruiser.

We sourced the specifications listed in this article directly from boat design guides and the manufacturers themselves.

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‍ Characteristics of Liveaboard Cruising Catamarans

Generally speaking, blue water catamarans that are suitable for offshore cruising and living aboard are between 40 and 50 feet in length. Some well-designed catamarans between 25 and 39 feet in length can also be used.

A good liveaboard cruising catamaran should have adequate berthing and galley facilities, along with an enclosed cockpit. Catamarans without enclosed cockpits, especially smaller vessels, aren’t spacious enough in the hull to accommodate good liveaboard facilities.

As far as cruising is concerned, the best Bluewater catamarans are designed for durability and seaworthiness. A vessel’s sea keeping abilities rely on more than just smoothness and speed. These vessels should be water-tight in key locations, positively buoyant, and equipped with all the right extras.

Factors that Increase Catamaran Seaworthiness

There are several additions that manufacturers commonly include with sea-going blue water catamarans. These include water-tight hatches, radar units, a backup generator, and a berth close to the cockpit.

The latter is particularly important, as the captain and crew need to be able to grab the controls in the event of a nighttime emergency.

Other add-ons, such as automatic winches and controls, are extremely beneficial to blue water catamarans. These devices allow the sails to be controlled remotely without the crew needing to walk on deck.

Cruising Catamaran vs. Bluewater Catamaran

Fundamentally, cruising catamarans and ‘blue water’ catamarans are one and the same. When companies classify a catamaran as a ‘cruising’ catamaran, they usually do so because of a few notable design features.

These include cruising accommodations such as large-capacity water tanks, large fuel tanks, onboard power supplies (like a generator and a battery bank; sometimes solar panels), and long-distance communication systems. Radar is another perk, and it’s available on most cruising catamarans.

Best sea-going Liveaboard Catamarans

We searched the market, researched specifications, and listened to the owner’s opinions to find the best sea-going catamarans on the market.

These vessels are also spacious and comfortable enough to live aboard, both at sea on extended voyages and in a marina. Here are our top picks.

1. Manta 42

The Manta 42 is a well-known and popular cruising catamaran with a reputation for seaworthiness and exceptional comfort for its size. This vessel, while on the smaller end for cruising catamarans, is quite seaworthy and handles well in all conditions.

The Manta 42 is powerful—it has a large sail area for its size, which gives it incredible speed in both low and high wind conditions.

The Manta 42 has an unconventional design feature that makes it stronger than the competition—and technically, more seaworthy than many larger and fancier catamarans. The feature we’re referring to is the Manta 42’s fixed crossbeam, which is stronger than typical designs.

The Manta 42’s interior is really well-designed and ideal for living aboard. The hulls feature large berthing areas, and the center cockpit area features a full-size marine galley and sitting areas. This vessel is popular with families, as there’s plenty of room for parents and one or two kids.

2. Lagoon 42

Here’s another 42-foot cruising catamaran with exceptional seaworthiness, shallow draft, and spacious accommodations. The Lagoon 42 is a modern and advanced sailing catamaran with numerous cruising features, such as a self-tacking jib and a flybridge.

This model has extensive sleeping capacity. Standard versions can sleep up to 12 adults, which is much more than many catamarans in the 40 to 45-foot range. The vessel also features four separate heads, which ensures privacy for guests and family members.

This vessel is designed for comfort, and therefore it's a bit beefier than some slimmer and less spacious models. It’s a heavy boat with a 25-foot beam, and it has excellent sea keeping abilities.

The primary drawback of the design is that its size and hull shape limits speed. But this isn’t as big of an issue on long voyages, and it’s still much faster than an equivalently-sized monohull.

3. Leopard 45

This premium catamaran is a bit larger and more comfortable than the vessels we’ve discussed so far. It’s a luxury catamaran with everything you’d expect for the half-million-dollar price point.

 This vessel shines on the open water where it can let out its sails and stretch its legs. The vessel is lightning fast in the right conditions, and it has an astounding 700-gallon fuel capacity for when the wind isn’t blowing. You can sail it, motor it along, or do both at the same time for even greater speed.

From the factory, the Leopard 45 sleeps around 12 adults at its maximum capacity or four couples in separate staterooms—each with its own bathroom and shower. The center cockpit is also quite spacious, and the vessel can be navigated from the flybridge above the central living area.

4. Lagoon 450

Here’s another 45-foot catamaran that comes from one of the world’s most respected catamaran builders. Lagoon, which is currently producing several catamaran models, is known for its high-quality material choice and construction.

The Lagoon 450 is a flybridge sailing catamaran. Its design is based on the best-selling Lagoon 440—a slightly smaller model that proved itself over years of use and countless miles sailed between owners. And though it’s only 45 feet long, this catamaran is massive both inside and out.

The vessel is fast and nimble, and it has excellent sea keeping qualities. Below decks, the surprisingly wide hulls have room for full-size staterooms both fore and aft. But what the Lagoon 450 is known for is its deck space. There’s a ton of room on the decks for hanging out, living activities, and entertaining guests.

The center cockpit of the Lagoon 450 is like something out of a luxury condo. The styling is impetuous and airy, and there’s more than enough room to prepare a full meal for ten people or more. The settee can double as a sea cabin, with more than enough room for a small crew.

5. Prout 45

Here’s a sleek and fast catamaran that’s a superior choice for cruising and living aboard. The Prout 45 debuted in the 1990s and was a huge success.

Impressively, over 2,000 individual Prout 45 cruising cats were eventually produced. That’s a lot for a production catamaran—especially a large 45-foot model with a hefty price tag.

This sea-going catamaran has unconventional features, including pointed monohull-like bows and a nearly flush cockpit.

The interior arrangement of the vessel is unconventional as well, but many owners eventually learn to prefer it. For example, oddities include a galley in one of the hulls instead of the center, where catamarans often keep such facilities.

This is a fast cruising catamaran with a very shallow draft. Three feet six inches of draft, to be precise.

This means that the Prout 45 is ideal for sailing in shallow locations, such as around tropical coral reefs and in areas known for sandbars. The draft of this vessel is much closer in depth to that of a 20 to 25-foot displacement monohull than to a full-size 45-foot catamaran.

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25 Ft Commercial Inspected Catamaran

25 Ft Commercial Inspected Catamaran

  • Our Smallest USCG Inspected boat.
  • Built using the same USCG Approved hull and chassis structures as our longer boats
  • These are offered in 12 ft. width and are the perfect platform for up to 18 passengers plus crew.
  • These are perfect for using as Tiki Bar boat, water taxi, intimate group parties and eco tours.
  • Because of their smaller size these can be powered with smaller outboard motors down to twin 40 hp. Commercial Outboard Motors
  • As with all our boats you can customize them to your specific requirements.

Our boats are built Turnkey and include the following standard features:

40” high perimeter railing Fiberglass & gelcoat non-skid deck Full bottom Spray shield Fiberglass Captain’s Helm with all instrumentation including Compass and switches Hydraulic Steering system Required USCG commercial navigational lights Twin USCG inspected Fuel tanks w/ fuel separator filters Fuel tank covers Starting & house batteries USCG Compliant & approved 12 volt electrical system including overhead white and Red LED lighting

All Safety equipment to be operational:

Required signaling devices (trumpet horns, bell, and whistle) Firefighting equipment Tackle (Anchor, chain, & rode) Throw ring with strobe light MOB (Man Over Board) Rescue Platform VHF Radio and Antenna All safety & operational instruction placards We also offer many other options you may desire

Protected: 16- 20 plus crew Partially Protected: up to16 plus crew

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There are a whole lot of 25 foot boats out there, and indeed, some very good, but there is only one 25 foot boat that can say that its built like a Munson. The Munson 25’ Series is offered in both mono hull and catamaran and is available in 8’6” beam for easily trailering – or – 10’ beam if you want the most capable 25’ landing craft available.

The Munson 25’ Series is built using ¼” aluminum hull plating to provide quiet, comfortable ride. At Munson Boats, no compromises are made, no considerations are over-looked, no corners are cut. Ask any Munson Boat owner and they will tell you that no other welded aluminum boat is built like a Munson.

Our clients say it best…

“Our PACKMAN is working out great. We put it to a lot of good use last fall, moving supplies to and from our remote property.”

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Model: 25-20 Sport

Anacortes, WA:   This nicely finished 25’ Munson is used to comfortably transport her owners and guests to and from their island home.   The cabin is outfitted with seating for 6 persons, cabin heater, Fusion stereo with subwoofer and a porta-potti.   Additional options include a side boarding door, dive ladder, 6 rod holders and downrigger mounts. Dual Garmin navigation displays, a Flir 364 infrared camera and Zipwake dynamic trim interceptors complete the package.

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Model: 25-19 Research

Gig Harbor, WA: World Vets provides research, rescue and disease investigation involving marine life and habitat throughout Washington State working with seals, whales, orcas, dolphins, turtles, porpoises and sea lions. Their 25’ Munson is outfitted with a roof top spotting station for increased visibility. Additional outfitting includes seating for up to 8 passengers, porta potty, side dive door, and Raymarine Axiom Pro RVX electronics package.

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Model: 25-18 Utility

Mashpee, MA: Located on Cape Cod, the Town of Mashpee selected this 25’ Munson for aids to navigation maintenance, search & rescue and law enforcement activities. Outfitting includes a center console T-top with pilot & co-pilot suspension seats, side dive door, lifting davit, tow post and engine guard. Garmin navigation electronics and an EZ Loader trailer complete the package.

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Model: 25-17 Utility

Smithtown, NY: Located on the North Shore of Long Island, Smithtown is an eastern suburb of New York City. The Smithtown Parks Department uses their 25’ Munson for maintaining marinas, beaches and aids to navigation. Outfitting includes a 1000 lb lifting davit, side boarding door, push knees, tow post and engine guard. The console T-top is fitted with a canvas enclosure and Webatso forced air diesel cabin heater.

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Model: 25-16 Sport

Erasmus Island, BC: Located 40 miles north of Campbell River, Erasmus Island is privately owned and only accessible by boat. M/V Whisk comfortably transports her owners and gear to and from their island home. The center console with canvas enclosure provides protected seating for four persons. Additional outfitting includes a side boarding door, lifting davit, tow post, engine guard, rod rack, and Bob’s Machine Shop hydraulic jack plates for lifting the motors in shallow water operations.

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Model: 25-15 Sport

Sturt Island, BC: Located between Vancouver Island and the mainland, Sturt Island is a 85 acre private island in an unspoiled setting. M/V SeaBeast is used to transport her owners and guests to and from their island home. The walk around cabin is outfitted with seating for five persons, head, forced air heater, and Garmin radar/plotter/sounder. Additional outfitting includes a side boarding door, davit, downrigger mounts, engine guard, 6 person RescYou Pro canister life raft and trailer.

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Model: 25-14 Utility

Tulsa, OK: The US Army Corps of Engineers Tulsa District operates 8 hydroelectric power plants in Oklahoma and Texas. Their 25’ Munson utility boat is used for environmental cleanup, aids to navigation, law enforcement, and emergency response. Outfitting includes a davit with 12V winch, push knees, tow post, engine guard, search light, strobe lights, depth sounder, and trailer.

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Model: 25-13 Survey

New York, NY: The US Army Corps of Engineers New York District is responsible for the water resource development, navigable waterways and environmental remediation projects for 400 miles of coastline, 8 major river basins, Port of New York and Long Island. Their 25’ Munson is outfitted with a 600 lb capacity hydraulic A-frame and 8000 watt 480V 3-phase generator for powering a P-3 underwater vibracorer for collecting core samples of underwater sediments.

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Model: 25-12 Utility

Maple Island, MI: The Great Lakes are home to many Munson Boats including this 25’ that is used to service a private home on Maple Island. The walk-around cabin is outfitted with seating for four passengers, forced air cabin heater and Furuno NavNet MFD-12 radar/sounder/plotter. The main decks, bulwarks and gunwales are finished with gray Line-X non-skid coating.

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Model: 25-11 Utility

Anacortes, WA: This Munson is operated as a utility boat in Puget Sound. Outfitting includes a Garmin radar unit and durable Line X deck coating. The boat is powered by Mercury's new four cylinder 150HP outboards offering great fuel economy and plenty of power while loaded. The bow door is flanked by wrapping push knees

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Model: 25-10 Dive

Truk Lagoon, South Pacific: Odyssey Adventures operate the M/V Odyssey on extended dive cruises to the Truk Lagoon shipwreck dive sites. They operate a Munson as a day boat to transport divers from the mothership to dive locations. The walk thru transom allows divers to enter the boat via large transom ladders. The closed bow features recessed steps and push knees to provide easy boarding from mothership. A dive tank rack with seating runs along vessel centerline.

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Model: 25-6 Sport

Kodiak, AK: M/V Hi-Ho-Silver II is a family sport fishing and excursion craft based out of Kodiak. The owners load an ATV on to the main deck during remote hunting trips. The outboards are mounted on hydraulic transom lifting jacks to permit shallow water operation. Fishing equipment includes rocket launcher pole storage and downrigger mounts. The wheelhouse features a galley cabinet with sink and forced air diesel cabin heat.

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Model: 25-4 Utility

Bayfield, WI: The Apostle Island Parks Department maintains two identical Munson boats to transport equipment and personnel from the Wisconsin Great Lakes mainland to project sites on Apostle Island. The wheelhouse features seating for five and diesel forced air cabin heat. The forward deck is outfitted with a 12v lifting davit with foot switch, tie down points for ATV transport, and folding bow door loading ramps.

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Model: 25-3 Patrol

Chincoteage, VA: The Coast Guard patrols the Virginia coast aboard this Special Purpose Craft (SPC-SW). Main duties include Search and Rescue, Maritime Law Enforcement, and coastal security. The twin Honda outboards are mounted on hydraulic transom jacks to permit operation in 18 inches of water. Special features include suspension captains seats, a tow line reel, an M-60 machine gun mount, and removable ballistic panels.

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Model: 25-1 Utility

Dalles Dam, WA: Dalles Dam extends 1.5 miles from the Oregon shore to the navigation lock on the Washington shore. The project consists of a navigation lock, spillway, powerhouse and fish passage facilities. The US Army Corps of Engineers operate their Munson during the general upkeep and maintenance of the Columbia River dam. The deck features a side door and extended push knees and the wheelhouse offers cabin heat.

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“Our PACKMAN is working out great. We put it to a lot of good use last fall, moving supplies to and from our remote property. We also used it for hunting and fishing, as a point of interest the first fish I caught from the boat was a nice King salmon. We have had a great deal of enjoyment with the boat and it has always performed very well with all loads and weather conditions. Overall, we think it is a great boat and we really enjoy it, and even in rough water it feels very stable.”

John & Jean Juneau, Alaska

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2020 AmeraCat Gen II

Offshore center console catamaran.

AmeraCat took the original 27′ Gen 1 back to the drawing board in 2014 and changed things up a bit to make our fishing cat faster, smoother and more fuel efficient. We added higher gunnels, more displacement and managed to give our Center Console Catamaran even more space by increasing the beam to 9′. The 27′ Gen II is perfect for any recreational or commercial use and can be fully customized to meet any needs. With great handling from this center console fishing catamaran, you will not only have the softer ride but docking the 27′ Gen II is a breeze. All AmeraCat boats are made to order in our factory in South Florida so any customization is available. We believe that your boat should be built your way! If you are interested in getting more information or scheduling a sea trial on one of our Center Console Fishing Catamarans, use the Contact Us page or call us anytime. Below are a few images of the Gen II that give examples of the most popular options that other AmeraCat owners chose.

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Specifications:

  • Aprox. Dry Hull Weight-3340 lbs
  • LOA- 27′ 2”
  • Max HP- 600hp
  • Fuel Gallons- 150/160 gallons
  • Hull Draft- 14′
  • STD Livewell Capacity: 50 Gal
  • STD Fishbox Capacity: Approx. 300 Quarts
  • Freeboard AFT:
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  • Trailering Height: 

The 27′ Gen II is our most popular center console model. It’s designed perfectly for offshore fishing, diving or a nice cruise on the water with the family. The 27′ Gen II is lightweight, roomy, extremely stable in rough seas and it’s the perfect fit for law enforcement, government or any other commercial use. With many different options to choose from such as gunnel mount rod holders, dive ladder, outriggers, downriggers or even a few extra cup holders, you can customize an AmeraCat to fit your every need.

With a max horsepower of 500, you have a wide variety of twin engines to choose from that will get you to the fishing grounds fast, safe and most importantly, DRY. The 27′ Gen II can comfortably fish up to 6 anglers with plenty of room for tackle, live bait, fish boxes and coolers. Just like all the models in the AmeraCat lineup, the 27′ Gen II is an offshore fishing catamaran that is built with NO WOOD and cuts through the waves like a knife.

You will not only be amazed at the amount of room and storage you get with the Gen 2, but with upgrades like outriggers, an aluminum T-top, and anything else you can imagine, this catamaran can be fully stocked for an unbelievable price. At AmeraCat we offer the most affordable offshore fishing catamarans on the market.

Ready to get in touch with us to schedule demo ride of the 27′ Gen II? Use our Build A Boat form to get a general quote and let us know what custom upgrades you want for your new Fishing Catamaran. We can also be reached during normal business hours by phone at (772) 359-3641 or 24/7 via email at [email protected] . We look forward to hearing from you!

With AmeraCat, you are always dealing directly with the manufacturer not a dealer. This allows you to get factory direct pricing and not to mention, no one can answer questions like the creator! Having all the options you want added during the initial construction of the boat allows you to save money, time and the hassle of having to take your new boat to the shop just to have accessories installed.

Not located in our area? We also offer delivery of your brand new center console fishing catamaran at a reasonable rate. We also take trade-in of your existing boat, and we give you the highest possible amount with your trade-in towards your new AmeraCat*

The 27′ Gen II not the right size boat for you? Check out some of the other center console fishing catamarans we offer.

  • 25′ Single Engine AmeraCat

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  • Aprox. Dry Hull Weight- 2860 lbs
  • LOA- 25′ 5”
  • Beam- 8′ 6"
  • Max HP- 350hp
  • Fuel Gallons- 85 gallons
  • Hull Draft- 15'
  • STD Livewell Capacity: 45 Gal
  • STD Fishbox Capacity: 200 Quarts
  • Hull Draft- 14'
  • Aprox. Dry Hull Weight- 4850 lbs
  • LOA- 31′ 0”
  • Beam- 9′ 10"
  • Max HP- 800hp
  • Fuel Gallons- 265 gallons
  • STD Livewell Capacity: 60 Gal
  • STD Fishbox Capacity: Approx 400 Quarts

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25 Ft World Catamaran

25 Ft World Catamaran

About This Yacht

Trip details.

After enjoying sunbathing when you need a break from the sun, the hard top and extendable canvas sunshade will provide you with shade, and you can enjoy the fresh breeze of the ocean. 25 ft World Catamaran has seating for up to six guests on the uncovered sun deck and up to five under the shade.

If you would like to carry any additional beverages or food aboard, you are welcome to bring but preferably in non-glass containers. Enjoy your charming sailing journey on a 25 ft World Catamaran! Payment Terms: FULL PAYMENT IS REQUIRED UPFRONT; as soon as you accept our proposal, we'll send you a secure payment link to confirm your boat charter request.

The charter operator company will issue you your confirmation ticket in this manner after receiving full payment, which is required to confirm your reservation. NOTE: Payment will be received and managed directly by the charter operator!

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We Offer the following Trips

2 hours with bio bay.

Schedule: Departs: Just after sunset, we will start our trip for an amazing experience. Itinerary:  Millions of microscopic plankton light up the water when stimulated in our bioluminescent bay. When wearing snorkeling equipment, you'll float mesmerized in this magical bay as your movements leave trails of light in the water. It is an absolutely amazing experience. Features: - Shower - Toilet - Swim Deck - Heavy-duty Swim Ladder - Fusion Bluetooth entertainment system Included: Snorkeling Gear, Ice & Bottled Water Optional/Extras (at an additional charge): - Photographer @ $300 - Kaibo Pickup @ $100 - Camera Rental @ $75 - Tubing @ $150/$200 - Reef Fishing $75

3 Hour Adventure

Itinerary:  Come and enjoy the water for three hours with 25 ft World Catamaran. As per your convenience, you can choose morning, midday, or afternoon charter. In 3 hours, charter, you’ll have time to experience beloved sites like Guided Snorkeling at Coral Gardens, swimming with the rays at Stingray City, and exploring Starfish Point. Features: - Shower - Toilet - Swim Deck - Heavy-duty Swim Ladder - Fusion Bluetooth entertainment system Included: Snorkeling Gear, Ice & Bottled Water Optional/Extras (at an additional charge): - Photographer @ $300 - Kaibo Pickup @ $100 - Camera Rental @ $75 - Tubing @ $150/$200 - Reef Fishing $75

Half Day Adventure (4h)

Itinerary:  Come and enjoy the water for four hours with 25 ft World Catamaran. At your convenience, you can choose a morning or afternoon charter. In four hours, charter, you’ll have more time to relax and experience swimming with the rays at Stingray City and chillin’ at Starfish Point plus snorkeling at one of the more remote (and pristine) patch reefs. Features: - Shower - Toilet - Swim Deck - Heavy-duty Swim Ladder - Fusion Bluetooth entertainment system Included: Snorkeling Gear, Ice & Bottled Water Optional/Extras (at an additional charge): - Photographer @ $300 - Kaibo Pickup @ $100 - Camera Rental @ $75 - Tubing @ $150/$200 - Reef Fishing $75

5 Hours Adventure

Itinerary: Come and enjoy the water for five hours with 25 ft World Catamaran. As per your convenience, you can choose morning or afternoon charter and you won’t be watching the clock. In 5 hours, charter, you’ll have lots of time to soak up the sun and fun and fit in a few more experiences or snorkeling sites. Features: - Shower - Toilet - Swim Deck - Heavy-duty Swim Ladder - Fusion Bluetooth entertainment system Included: Snorkeling Gear, Ice & Bottled Water Optional/Extras (at an additional charge): - Photographer @ $300 - Kaibo Pickup @ $100 - Camera Rental @ $75 - Tubing @ $150/$200 - Reef Fishing $75

6 Hours Adventure

Itinerary: Come and enjoy the water for six hours with a 25 ft World Catamaran. The six hours of adventure are perfect for leisurely exploring the sites and enjoying more experiences. Squeezing the most from your half day, you’ll have time to mix your fun with dining at one of the excellent seaside restaurants. Features: - Shower - Toilet - Swim Deck - Heavy-duty Swim Ladder - Fusion Bluetooth entertainment system Included: Snorkeling Gear, Ice & Bottled Water Optional/Extras (at an additional charge): - Photographer @ $300 - Kaibo Pickup @ $100 - Camera Rental @ $75 - Tubing @ $150/$200 - Reef Fishing $75

6 Hours with Bio Bay

Itinerary: Come and enjoy the water for six hours with a 25 ft World Catamaran. Extend your daytime fun with a magical evening swim in the Bioluminescence Bay where millions of plankton light up the water when stimulated. This six-hour afternoon & evening adventure is a wonderful combination of daytime fun, sunset dining, and Bio Bay magic. Features: - Shower - Toilet - Swim Deck - Heavy-duty Swim Ladder - Fusion Bluetooth entertainment system Included: Snorkeling Gear, Ice & Bottled Water Optional/Extras (at an additional charge): - Photographer @ $300 - Kaibo Pickup @ $100 - Camera Rental @ $75 - Tubing @ $150/$200 - Reef Fishing $75

8 Hour Full Day Adventure

Itinerary: Come and enjoy the water for eight hours with a 25 ft World Catamaran. The eight hours adventure will give you time to enjoy all the experiences with total flexibility. Snorkeling, Stingray City, dining. In 8 Hour, Full Day Adventure, you’ll have time to do it all. We’ll set your departure at a time to suit you and on a 25 ft World Catamaran, for you even we can plan for a Bio Bay evening. Features: - Shower - Toilet - Swim Deck - Heavy-duty Swim Ladder - Fusion Bluetooth entertainment system Included: Snorkeling Gear, Ice & Bottled Water Optional/Extras (at an additional charge): - Photographer @ $300 - Kaibo Pickup @ $100 - Camera Rental @ $75 - Tubing @ $150/$200 - Reef Fishing $75

8 Hours with Bio Bay

Itinerary:  You can enjoy every moment of a full day of excitement, with space to relax and the opportunity to explore. You may snorkel, see Stingray City, explore Starfish Point, stop for food and beverages, and end the day with a magical evening adventure at Bio Bay on this trip. Features: - Shower - Toilet - Swim Deck - Heavy-duty Swim Ladder - Fusion Bluetooth entertainment system Included: Snorkeling Gear, Ice & Bottled Water Optional/Extras (at an additional charge): - Photographer @ $300 - Kaibo Pickup @ $100 - Camera Rental @ $75 - Tubing @ $150/$200 - Reef Fishing $75

25 ft World Catamaran

Is it necessary for me to be concerned about becoming seasick?

Please visit your physician before your tour, follow their advice, and carry any medications that they prescribe. Please don\'t overdo it on the alcohol the night before!

What is the difference between a Private Charter and a Regular/ Shared/ Public Charter?

We only provide private charter in most regions, which means a boat trip with no other passengers, you rent out the entire boat with a Captain/ skipper just for your own group/ party. Yet in some regions, we do also provide shared charters. A shared charter is a fantastic choice if you would like to interact with new people and make new friends. Moreover, it reduces the cost of the trip.

Do you offer bareboat charters?

Yes, we do offer bareboat charters in a few areas. By selecting the "BAREBOAT CHARTER" category, you may choose an ideal boat for your next vacation. If you find that there isn\'t a boat listed under this category yet, please let us know and we\'ll try our best to recommend you one based on your preferences.

What information do you need from me to send me a quote for a boat charter?

Please go to our website, select the boat of your choice, fill out the short booking form, and click the "request availability" button, or contact us and let us know what type of boat you prefer, as well as the day and time you would like to book your boat charter. How many passengers will be there, and the number of hours required/ time duration of the boat charter? Please also let us know your preferred type of trip/activities, such as snorkeling, fishing, sailing, cruising & sightseeing, sunset, special occasion celebration, and so on.

What are your payment terms?

Our payment terms are stated on our website. This varies depending on the charter company and the region. If you have any queries concerning the payment terms of your chosen boat, please contact us. OR, as soon as we receive your boat charter inquiry, we will inform you of the payment terms, if they differ from the ones stated on our website!

What do you provide?

We provide snorkel gear including vests and spare towels if needed. We also provide ice, bottled water and juice … and of course, squid to feed the rays.

Can we bring our own food and drinks?

Snorkeling, fishing, cruising/ sailing, sightseeing, sunset, and customized trips are all available!

Can we bring alcohol?

We only provide private charter in most regions, which means a boat trip with no other passengers, you rent out the entire boat with a captain/ skipper just for your own group/ party.

How many guests can the boat accommodate?

Do you offer bareboat rentals.

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Default Rate: 800 USD

Pax Included in the default rate: 4

Additional Passenger rate: 80 USD

Base Price: 550 USD

Total Price: 550 USD

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Balance: 550 USD

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What clients say about our service.

We had an awesome day on the water. First we went fishing and then snorkeling with the stingrays.

We rented the beautiful luxury Searay and had an amazing day with Captain Pierre!

Great private dive trip with 3 tank dive - thx for the great day.

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