Sold - Catana 581 - “Alidade ”

Catana 581 - “Alidade ”

This Catana 58 is currently undergoing a complete refit at the Catana after-sales facility. Please inquire about progress reports and completion date.

The Catana 58 offers the best combination of sailing performance and interior volume in a large high-tech, luxuriously appointed catamaran. This hull features a unique 4 cabin layout with seperate crew quarters. Loaded with amenities and turnkey, it is a precise fit for the discerning yachtsman seeking performance in a bluewater voyaging cat. ALIDADE is equipped with an aluminum rig, kevlar daggerboards, sandwich hulls with aramid fiber and carbon reinforced bulkheads. The interior is an elegant cherrywood. The boat is powered by twin Volvo 110HP engines and a 12 KVA generator.

Contact Alexis de Boucaud for more information about the vessel or placing this luxury yacht into charter management. The yacht has an excellent track record in the Caribbean where it is an established charter yacht and can offer attractive revenues that offset the costs of ownership.

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LOA: 58'
TYPE: Catana
MODEL: 581
YEAR: 2004
EUR: €850.000
LYING: Mediterranean, France
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This multihull is sold.

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