Bavaria Catamarans surprised visitors and the trade press at the international Multihull Boat Show in La Grande Motte with first drawings of the new Nautitiech Open 46.
The 14 metre long catamaran has an open cockpit and lots of space in the saloon and cabins. The first Nautitech Open 46 will leave the yard in Rochefort in France at the beginning of next year. The international Boat Show in La Grande Motte closed with new orders and many new customer contacts on Sunday after five trade fair days (15-19 April).
The dimensions of the new Nautitech Open 46 is 13.79 metres long and 7.46m wide. Visitors and representatives of the trade press studied the first drawings of the new catamaran at the international Multihull Boat Show in La Grande Motte in Southern France. Following the success of the Nautitech Open 40 the catamaran has a cockpit layout which connects with the saloon. Customers can decide between a three cabin version with a luxurious owner´s cabin in the port hull and two guest cabins to starboard; or a four cabin version.
“After the huge success of the Nautitech Open 40 it was the logical step to develop a catamaran around 46 feet now. However we have to ensure, that we are able to double the production capacity of Nautitech Yachts in France in the next months. This happens now and we just started with the preliminary work on the mould of the Nautitech Open 46 ”, Daniel Kohl explains, who is not only the head of product management and of marketing, but also responsible for the new catamaran line at Bavaria Catamarans.
Bruno Voisard, CEO of Nautitech Yachts, was very satisfied with the course of the international Multihull Boat Show in La Grande Motte. The Nautitech 541 and the Nautitech 542 attracted the interest of many visitors. “We talked concretely with many customers about the Nautitech 541 and the Nautitech 542 and I am sure that this results in some further orders. The audience of the fair is very international and there were customers from Australia, USA and whole Europe. We are very satisfied”, Bruno Voisard said.
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