Power Cats

Power Cats
Power Cats are ideal for cruising with a crowd. Find out more about the latest power cat models from the world’s most popular manufacturers. In addition to product specification, an array of photos and dealer contact information, you’ll find details about fuel efficiency, stability and hull design.
Endeavour 340 Powercat is one of the best catamarans out there for family dayboating

Endeavour 340

The Endeavour 340 (34' LOA, 16' beam) offers excellent performance, economy, accommodation, and comfort. This long-range cruiser is a full-displacement catamaran designed in Australia...
This is an image on an Offshore 52 Powercat.

Offshore 52 Powercat

The Offshore 52 Powercat (52' LOA, 24' beam) offers a spacious air-conditioned interior with a fully appointed galley, four staterooms; two have king beds,...
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Aquila 44 Power Catamaran

The Aquila 44 Power Catamaran (44'1" LOA, 21'6" beam) was designed in collaboration with J&J Design Group, Seaway engineers, and builder Sino Eagle as...
An image of a Leopard 43 powercat in the British Virgin Islands

Leopard 43 Powercat

The Leopard 43 Powercat (42'8" LOA, 22'1" beam) offers an improved hull design and updated interior. The stepped-hull design adds interior volume allowing for...
The Aspen C120 is the ideal power catamaran for cruising

Aspen C120 Power Catamaran

The Aspen C120 Power Catamaran (42'6" LOA, 13'10" beam) runs on a revolutionary new patented hull design. The two hulls, while identical in profile,...

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