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Aventura 37 Catamaran

by Rohan Veal 28 Apr 2020 00:41 UTC

Aventura Catamarans were going to unveil their new Aventura 37 at International Multihull Show to celebrate their 20th anniversary with dignity. COVID-19 decided otherwise...

Therefore Aventura decided to release details of this new sailing catamaran now!

This new 37' catamaran will be like the current design range, all completed by LASTA DESIGN STUDIO for naval architecture, interior and exterior design.

Samer LASTA has outdone himself once again, shaking up all the codes.

Despite a size less than 40' from our competition, you will find that the Adventura 37 has all the ingredients of a cruising catamaran, but also a twist of performance unlike our competition.

Available in 3 cabins version (Master + 2 cabins and 2 bathrooms) the Aventura 37 will also be available in 3 cabins and 3 bathrooms, 4 cabins and 2 bathrooms or for the rental market in 4 cabins and 4 bathrooms, which is extremely rare in this size.

With a length just under 11m, the storage space has not been forgotten, including a 260lt fridge, dishwasher and many large cupboards. All the cabins have fitted wardrobes, and the Master suite even has a dressing room that will delight all owners. Outside the numerous and very large chests will allow you to organize all the equipment without any difficulty.

The storage capacities are also important, 500lt for water (2 x 250lt) and 500lt for diesel (2 x 250lt) - servicing the 2 x 20hp Yanmar diesels (or optional 30hp).

All Aventura catamarans are also high-performance boats, but what is truly unique with the Aventura 37 is the sail control pit (which includes HARKEN fittings and winches) is separated from the helm station. The helm station also has direct access from the cockpit with guaranteed comfort and safety.

With 94m2 of upwind sail area and lively works optimized in a digital hull pool (CFD), the Aventura 37 will not only out-perform most 40' cruising catamarans, but the relaxation areas have not been forgotten either with a forward sun deck, roof top sun deck with lateral access, integrated plancha site and a real outdoor saloon for 8 people will appeal to boat owners.

The launch of the first Aventura 37 is planned for the end of 2020, with a competitive price from AUD595,000.

The Aventura Catamarans yard now completes its range by integrating the A37 between the A34 (nominated for 2019 European Boat of the Year) and the A44 (nominated for the 2020 Catamaran of the Year), plus adding the A10 and A14 motor catamarans (released in summer 2020), they expect to build around 50 units in total by 2022.

For more information, contact Rohan Veal @ 38 South Boat Sales in Vic/SA/Tas, or Lee Condell @ Performance Boating in NSW/Qld/NZL.

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