NEW BUILD – Island Cat 600 Kitset ( ID:1298 )

TEL: +44 7798 607 323

MAKE: Multipurpose Catamaran

DATE LAUNCHED: Built to Order
LENGTH: 6m (19ft 8in)
BEAM: 2.90m (9ft 6in)
DRAFT: 0.5m (1ft 7in)
LOCATION: ex factory (Australia)


PRICE: USD 21,995 (plus GST if sold in Australia)
PRICE NOTES: Any local survey costs are the buyer's cost.

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General Description

Island Cat 600 is a 6 Mt. multipurpose catamaran built to very high standards by Quantum Composite Catamarans (Australia), and specifically designed for tourist services where small dimensions and/or low capital investment are required.
She can be shipped anywhere at very reasonable costs in standard 20’ containers and once at destination is easily assembled by two people in just two days.
Thanks to a her wide beam even with a full load of 12 passengers + crew the boat feels roomy and uncrowded. Moreover a state of the art construction , which combines the best characteristics of fiberglass, polymer and Marine grade aluminum alloy, makes Island Cat 600 unsinkable and virtually indestructible.

The boat arrives as a kit which includes all parts and components, everything to the top marine standards.

Each Kit contains :

2 x UNSINKABLE Polymer Alloy Pressure High Density Foam filled Hulls
1 x Full Fibreglass Roof
1 x Fibreglass Console & Steering System
1 x 6mx3m Aluminum Tread Floor
2 x Aluminium Seat Frames with aluminium slat seating
316 Stainless Steel Bolts & Nuts
1x Motor Mount (40/90 HP rating)
Roof and Sides Framing
Front, Rear and Side Aluminium Panels
All parts to complete assembly are supplied, and the only tools required for assembly are : Socket Set, Spanners, Rivet Gun, Screwdrivers and a Drill (note : Motor, Padded Seats, Side Panel Decals are not included).

No painting, glueing, welding are required, you just have to install a small engine on the bracket, buy some fuel and the boat is ready to start working as a :
Water Taxi
Dive Boat
Island Ferry
Cargo Cat
A large number of this design has just been ordered for resort work in the Pacific region. The first boats are already under construction and photos will be available soon.