|Rob Williams Reviews|
The Aventura Catamarans range consists of catamarans from 20'to 43' with a diverse use of profiles and high standards of design, manufacture and equipment.
All Aventura Catamarans are of sandwich construction and they come with aluminum spars, sails and standing and running rigging.
While Aventura's are very competitively priced, buyers will be pleasantly surprised with their standard versions' high-equipment level and range of options available; they represent great value..
Aventura 20 is a fun catamaran for day sailing. She's designed to be transported by road and rigging her only takes a few minutes!
Stability, comfort, ease of use and speed give this new catamaran a special place in the world of multihulls and she can take up to a sixpeople on her comfortable in Pullman-type ergonomic seats.
With a surprising amount of stowage and an outboard well, she's suitable for multiple uses.
The Aventura 23.5 is simple and satisfying combining performance and comfort: pleasure at the helm, pleasure at sea!.
She's quick and her just 65cm draft will take you to the most beautiful anchorages where she can be landed on the beach, safely sitting on solid keels.
Her cockpit can comfortably accommodate six people and can be covered by adding a bimini top. Below you'll find a real kitchen and plenty of space to store all the necessary equipment on the trip of your cruises.
She's easy to rig and she's trailerable.
The Aventura 33 is a new step in modern stylish for innovative cruising catamarans. She's relatively light, has a generous sail plan, a spacious and contemporary interior, and her large cockpit and deck areas ensure a fast, comfortable and safe sail.
The standard interior has three cabins and one bathroom with an option of a two cabin-two bathroom version. In the deck salon there is a kitchen, salon seating and navigation table.
The cockpit has lots of seating and her running rigging is lead aft to the cockpit so all sails can easily be handled from there. Each hull has an integrated bathing platform with easy access to the sea. In front of the deck salon and between the hulls are trampolines - perfect for children or as sun beds.
With 0.90 cm draft, the Aventura 33 can takes you into quite shallow anchorages.
The Aventura 43 is ideal for family cruising or in a charter business.
This cat has a staggering five interior versions, from three- six cabins with bathrooms.
Her stylish and modern lines and construction make her fast, stable, comfortable and roomy with a touch of luxury.
Attention to detail, ease of handling and space planning make the AV 43 catamaran very adaptable for either long trips or for short-handed racing while maintaining maximum safety.
The deck salon accommodates the kitchen, salon seating and navigation table behind the sliding doors to the large and safe cockpit with a table and comfortable seating.
Each hull has an integrated bathing platform with easy access to the water. The sails are handled from the helmsman's seat to the left side of the cockpit and there is good visibility for maneuvers and handling the boat.
Her tandem keels, tight lines, sandwich construction and healthy sail area will appeal to lovers of speed on the water.
Day Charter/Tour versions of the Aventura 33 and Aventura 45, with their large carrying capacity, are proving popular with tour operators and resorts and resorts.
The Kerkena 7.6 is a truly versatile small yacht with cruising and racing options plus a deep-keel and trailerable version. Her deck layout is functional and her rig is easily handled whether racing or cruising shorthanded. She's a real surprise below: high volume with a full double berth aft to port, V-Beth forward, full length settee to port with a compact galley, head and smaller settee to starboard…in a pinch she sleeps five. Her combination fair lines, light weight and powerful rig with twin rudders means she is very responsive and very maneuverable. Similar attributes apply to her smaller sisters the Kerkena 5.5 and 6.1.
ollowing on the heels of the ground-breaking Sealine S330, Hanse have just announced that they will launch their new Sealine C330 Cruiser in January.
A boat for family: the C330 seems like a boat that's 3' longer and is designed for comfort while on longer cruises. The hull superstructure design features extra XXLwindows and this helps create an extremely light and spacious living area for long-term cruising.
The quality of accommodation, space use and finish are excellent. Similar to her Sports sister, she has two opening roof sections, one above the cockpit with sliding fabric and a sliding "glass" roof in the salon to fully open the main deck. Up on the forward deck the bow sunpad can be transformed into a comfortable sofa.
At the main deck level, a bi-folding door and tilting window create access between the inside and the cockpit. The saloon has an L-shaped settee and table to port with the helm to starboard with a side door to access the side, and galley aft.
The cockpit area has an L-shaped settee aft with a foldable bar-top forward. She boasts the two biggest cabins in its category with generous headroom and has a shared toilet and storage adjacent.
There are two engine options in either single or double configurations that give speeds of between 25 and 30 knots approximately. Priced at € 164,900 base boat, she represents great value and her extensive range of options means this boat really bears looking at.