NB&G 2015: Catana/Bali Catamarans

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CATANA/BALI CATAMARANS

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Meet the brand new BALI Catamarans:

The new lineup first model, the BALI 4.5 has been introduced in the fall 2014. Designed by Olivier Poncin, the BALI range was developed by naval architect Xavier Fay and interior designer Hervé Couedel.

BALI is a quintessence of innovations offering exceptional comfort with much higher autonomy metrics than usually seen on similar yachts (water tanks, refrigeration, fuel and energy-saving ...).

Innovative Features:

The Bali innovates at the very core of the design and construction of its new catamaran

  • A completely flush deck offering a fully open space
  • Optimization of the natural ventilation
  • Large forward cockpit and enlarged sunbathing area
  • Exceptional comfort with huge water and fuel tankage,
    as well as refrigeration volume
  • Easy maneuvering with a self-tacking jib
 BALI 4.5

BALI 4.5

Bali 4.5 

The BALI 4.5 is offered with several combinations :

• Helm station on roof bulkhead or on flybridge • 2, 3 or 4 cabins

LOA: 544.6 Ft • LWL: 42.65 Ft • Beam: 24.32 Ft • Draft std/opt: 4.00 Ft Displacement: 24250 Lbs • Sail Area: 1300 sq.ft • Fuel/Water: 221 Gal/ 221 Gal

 Catana 59

Catana 59

Catana 59

The new Catana 59 represents the cutting edge of industry design and performance. Offering truly unique living zones, the Catana 59 has an incredible sense of space. The galley and island unit, wide passageways and spacious cabins are capacious and bestowed with an abundance of natural light and ventilation. This unrivalled level of comfort goes hand in hand with high performance and 360° views, whether from the steering position, cockpit, saloon or chart table.

LOA: 58,73 Ft • LWL: 58,73 Ft • Beam: 31,14 Ft • Draft std/opt: 5’12” Displacement: 18,9t • Sail Area: 2185 sq.ft

Fuel/Water: 211 Gal/ 211 Gal • Design: Catana Shipyard

 BALI 4.2

BALI 4.2

Bali 4.2 

The ergonomics of the central platform are revolutionary.

Entirely open and accessible by a sliding door which is 3.40 metres in width, it opens up to a living space of more than 30m². The forward cockpit can accommodate all the crew, and the sunbathing area is far superior to others of this size.

LOA: 41,83 Ft • LWL: 39,30 Ft • Beam: 23,35 Ft • Draft std/opt: 3,93 Ft Displacement: 10,2 t • Sail Area: 1011 sq.ft • Fuel/Water: 221 Gal/221 Gal

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