The Dazcat 995 has been designed as performance cruiser / racing catamaran,
The design sticks to the classic Dazcat layout, proven to work very well. The galley and navigation station set half down in the hulls give full standing headroom and great all-round views through the saloon windows. The saloon seating is U-shaped and the table drops down to create a double berth. This area has sitting headroom to maintain good bridge deck clearance and a balanced look to the boat’s lines. Single/cosy doubles are situated aft in both hulls. Forward on the port side is a small head and shower compartment, and on starboard another single berth/storage area.
She will be a quick and exciting boat to sail, even more so than her predecessor, and very responsive to the helms, housed in twin cockpits. These feature tiller steering with kick-up rudders, sheet winches and control lines.The rig similarly comes in alloy as standard, with a race carbon option which is slightly taller. Sails comprise the full kit, including a square-top fully-battened main, self-tacking jib and asymmetric kite.
Auxiliary motor is an outboard set in under the deck; a twin installation is also being considered as an option
Construction is the usual high standard vacuumed foam sandwich, using multi-axial E-glass fabric, Kevlar and carbon reinforced with vinylester and isothalic polyester resin systems, utilising existing but modified moulds.
The finish is a gel coated cockpit area and optional spray painted topsides and decks with metallic finishes.
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