Premiered at the Milano Yachting Week, the Felci Cat 80, designed by Umberto Felci, is a 24m super cruising catamaran with a beam of 12. Its naval architecture, styling and functional design are all the product of extensive research and development. The interiors are spread over three levels. The cabins and galley are on the lowest in the hulls, while the saloon, which communicates directly with the cockpit, is at deck level.
Lastly, the fly, a large liveable terrace, is five metres above sea level. The high tech carbon sandwich construction will be exceptionally robust. The mast has been pulled back towards the stern and combined with the sail plan will allow the cat to sail unaided by motor power in as little as eight knots of real wind. It will maintain very appealing average speeds too, keeping both fuel consumption and emissions as low as possible. Two versions are available: a more high performance take with telescoping keels and one with a shorter draught and fixed keel. Two identical king-size master cabins athwartships and are flanked by two guest cabins in the hulls.