Superyacht refit company announces new catamaran range

Superyacht new-build, refit and project management company, StellarPM has announced a new series of StellarCAT power catamarans.

Constructed in high grade marine aluminium, the series will initially consist of 20m and 25m models, called the StellarCAT AL20-2 and StellarCAT AL25-2.

Both models offer accommodation options with up to six staterooms and two crew cabins. 

The vessel provides a large deck space and internal volume, with different engine configurations permitting performance figures with speeds of up to 30 knots and ranges of up to 3600 nm.

StellarPM says that safety, stability and comfort are the foremost features and exceptional fuel economy is delivered through Volvo IPS series engines. 

The StellarCAT construction will focus on supreme quality yachtbuilding, says the company. All StellarCATs will be built to ABS rules and CE Cat A12 conformity using StellarPM’s ProjectPerfectTM  analytical construction tracking system for precise calculation of construction performance and progress. Using this system, the company is able to provide owners, captains, or project managers with updates on time, cost and progress throughout the build.

Chris Holmes, principal and founder of StellarPM says: “We are so excited with the launch of the StellarCAT series. Being able to offer the safest pleasure powercats with the quality and strength of construction that our systems and metal construction brings will deliver superior vessels not seen before in this size range.

“StellarPM is a unique data, production, and people management firm delivering the most comprehensive information and tools needed to successfully construct or refit a yacht from concept to completion. We’ve been doing this for over 20 years with considerably larger boats and all that knowledge and experience will shine through the StellarCAT brand.“

Further models are being finalised and will be unveiled in the coming months.

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