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ArrowCat 30 - Fast and efficient power catamaran

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LOA........................................ 2910"
Beam...................................... 10
Standard Power.(Outboard)
2 x 175 HP Common Rail Diesel
Maximum Power ....... 2 x 250 HP

Displacement................   lbs.
Fuel............................. 153 gal.
Fresh Water.................. 40 gal.
Top Speed.................... 49 mph
Designers: Roger Hill Yacht Design
New Zealand

The Arrowcat 30 was designed by Roger Hill Yacht Design of New Zealand, known for designing power catamarans for the rough seas of New Zealand.  Arrowcat 30 is designed for multiple missions - it can be used as a serious fishing machine, with its spacious cockpit, insulated fishbox storage and swim platform. - an outdoor entertainment boat - for snorkelling, scuba diving, swimming. - an overnight home - with sleeping accommodation for 6 adults, good-sized galley, toilet and shower with standing headroom. 
As you can see from the photo below, the helm station offers 360 degree view visibility not only for the helmsman, but also for passengers in the dinette or galley area.  The interior is both elegant and practical with its acrylic countertops and cherry wood cabinetry.  Of durable construction, the hull is made with 22 layers of hand glassed fiberglass according to DNV/Lloyds specifications.   Like everything else, the bulk of the assembly labor is outsourced to China.  While the boat is assembled in China, the materials used are mostly of US and European manufacture.
The Arrowcat 30 is an ideal day boat for entertaining and reefing adventures.  It can also be used for occasional weekend trips.   Fast, efficient, stable, it offers passengers a dry and comfortable ride.

 

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