Discussion in 'General Catamaran Discussion' started by YachtForums, Jun 27, 2004.
INCAT History - http://www.incat.com.au/domino/incat/incatweb.nsf/v-title/History?OpenDocument
Incat video showing their 115 model in action. http://www.incat.com.au/domino/incat/incatweb.nsf/0/99C0C29560BD7C11CA2574B100155F9E?OpenDocument
That looks nice. Is it one of yours?
Here are some shots of the Cosmic Muffin I took May 2011 when I found her just East of the Fort Lauderdale Marine Center on the South Fork of the New River. Unfortunately she looks to be in need of a little TLC. Google Maps
Found this on the power CAT "Zenith"
Although she cost over $40M to build she was on the market at the bargain basement price of $20,500,000.00 back in October 2015. Now she is listed for $19,500,000.00 with the agent asking for offers. In the larger power yacht world cats do not seem to have caught on as yet which is too bad as Zenith is as pretty as they come.
Yep, "Zenith" is definitely as pretty as they come... very stylish power cat. When A&R did that SWATH project... "Silver Cloud"? Think that was her name. She got alot of attention but yachts in this region (LOA) and type do not seem be catching on. Like I find the Horizon's and Sunreefs in the sub-30 to 35-meter market are doing much better, it would appear.
"From the finest wood paneling to the tasteful choice of furniture, the high quality materials used throughout makes this an engineering marvel..."
What does the fineness of the wood paneling and the tastefulness of the furniture and the materials it is made out of have to do with making something an engineering marvel? I feel like they just had a dozen and a half buzzwords that they had to get in so they tossed them in at random. Looks like a beautiful boat, but sloppy writing just gets to me.