The DutchCat concept was devised and designed starting from scratch. A comparison in the auto industry could be drawn with the introduction of the MPV, or minivan. At their cores, the two concepts have much in common, including being suitable for more uses, having greater functionality, a wider target group and application, but most importantly …
… NICE TO SEE AND BE SEEN WITH
The hull shape is based on a multihull and is made entirely of high-grade composite. The result is a very strong, light hull, at least equivalent to aluminium. A multihull shape has several benefits over a monohull. Some of the better known of these benefits are its greater (cruising) comfort and higher fuel efficiency due to lower drag. These existing benefits have been refined and improved. New benefits are added, like …
… the wide floor of the saloon, which continues at the same level to the aft deck: spanning almost 30 m2, of which 23 m2 of that space is yours to design. The rear folding door, which is almost 4 metres wide, opens up completely, really emphasising that both areas together make a single whole. And then there’s the icing on the cake …
… “YOUR OWN TERRACE ON THE WATER”
… many windows that can be opened, with a 360 degree view, the folding door can be opened up completely and you can let the sun in with no less than two sliding roof sections. Open and close them all as you please or as the weather gods decree.
… the Bruynzeel Poggenpohl kitchen is yours to arrange and design; create a kitchen to rival the quality and function of the one you have at home.
… the saloon can be arranged as you wish and furnished with high-quality Artifort furniture, though you are equally free to make your own selections or include your own interior furniture.
… beds to dream of, and in. The top quality box-spring beds with top mattress help you relax and get a good night’s sleep.
… you are free to choose from various layouts, finishes and colours for the interior.
… the hull shape is quite shallow, which easily allows for beaching.