Outcut 29.5, il catamarano con scafo in carbonio


Gli scafi, peraltro, sono stati accuratamente disegnati per ottenere la massima efficienza fluidodinamica e realizzati in composito sotto vuoto per massimizzare il rapporto peso/prestazioni meccaniche. Dotati di compartimenti stagni, sono praticamente inaffondabili. Outcut 29.5 può essere dotato di allestimento “open” o “cruiser” e può essere equipaggiato con propulsione termica, elettrica o con vela ausiliaria. Un catamarano appositamente pensato per arrivare sino a riva, con un pescaggio di soli 30 centimetri ed un un peso di appena 1400 chilogrammi. Il sistema DHR (Dynamic Hull Range) consente di variare l’interasse degli scafi, da 3,5 a 2,5 metri, direttamente in acqua in soli 90 secondi, consentendo la carrelabilità e riducendo l’ingombro in banchina.


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