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If you're looking for a Secure, Fast but Spacious catamaran from 46 to 53ft, Class 4 is a wonderful platform fast and easy-to-sail. You achieve over 250 miles per day in comfort. What is so unique with O Yachts catamarans: 100% carbon structure and complete hand lamination for non-structural parts (silence and rigidity). That explains Class 4 is the lightest catamaran in his category with CE certification (from 7500 kg).
She will definitely shine in any race, with a slim hull to guarantee exceptional upwind angle. If you do not race and just cruise in family, such performance is key for security and sea motion during long passages.
Create your own style: interior is fully customisable.
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
LOA: 46 ft 0 in
Beam: 31 ft 9 in
Dry Weight: 7500 kgs
Fresh Water Tanks: (300 Liters)
Fuel Tanks: (200 Liters)
100% CARBON STRUCTURE
- Carbon Front beam
Class 4 is a light displacement (from 7500kg) due to the quality of workmanship and top material/brands used. She will definitely shine in any race, with a slim hull to guarantee exceptional upwind angle. If you do not race and just cruise in family, such performance is key for security and sea motion during long passages. The best way to avoid bad weather forecast is to go away or arrive to destination ... fast.
- Light displacement from 7500kg
Exceptional rigidity with complete "hand lamination"
Where most shipyards use lamination process* for bulkheads and few elements, at O YACHTS 90% of furnitures (sofa, kitchen, bed, floor, cabinets, walls…) are made of infused panels (not just a sandwich with foam and wood) then our specialists pass hundreds of hours to laminate with both glass and resin those elements to the structure. We do not just "glue" things together with sika or other glue to assemble elements, we assemble with glass and resin, that is much longer but more robust.
Hand lamination benefices :
. long lasting
. what is non structural becomes structural
. no noise when walking
Lamination process consist in cutting glass fiber pieces that we will glue with resin to elements. Then we have to sand and most of time do the process twice. Once done, both elements are sealed one to the other. Lamination is the only way to make elements structural, if you just glue, this is not ! So imagin when you just put panels free ... nothing become structural. This is what you have for floors on most catamarans. Floor are removable and not structural. At O Yachts for instance, we laminated and create openings for access ... that is much longer process but so robust !