This brand new catamaran model is the queen of its predecessors designed to carry a photographer in front of the cockpit on its platform.
This model is built on the 6.1 metre floating hulls of the NEW C20 model and the shorter cockpit of the C15 to give the required space for the photographer platform. The placement of the cockpit has been changed to provide optimal balance for the 3 persons load. An optional low profile seat can be placed on the platform if required.
All prices quoted here are exclusive of VAT. For customers without an EU tax number we have to add 27% VAT to these prices. You can find all our net and gross prices and set up a draft order on our Pricelist page.
- Overall Length
- 6.10 m
- Overall Width
- 2.05 m
- Overall Height
- 1.60 m
- Net Weight (without outboard engine)
- 200 kg
- Maximum Applicable Power
- 31.5 kW (40 HP)
- Maximum Load
- 3 persons
- 2 seats (driver and umpire)
- Polycarbonate (LEXAN) windshield
- Stainless steel handrail
- Steering wheel (TELEFLEX)
- Accumulator holder
- Flag and document holders for umpire
- Additional photographer seat: € 75
- Bimini Top: € 225
- Canvas cover for storage: € 175
- Public road trailer without brake: € 1250
Optional Outboard Motors
The C21 catamaran can be equipped with up to max. 22,1 kW / 30 HP outboard motor. For this model the long shaft (508 mm) motor is perfect. We deliver the catamarans with engines fully assembled and ready for use. All engines are supplied with electric start, remote control, power trim and battery. We recommend these outboard motors for the C21...
- Yamaha F30 BETL - 30HP four stroke: € 4700
- Honda BF30 LRTU - 30HP four stroke: € 5450
- Yamaha F25 DES - 25HP four stroke: € 3800
- Yamaha F20 BES - 20HP four stroke: € 3350
- Honda BF20 SRU - 20HP four stroke: € 3450
- RAL 9010 white
- RAL 3020 red
- RAL 1023 yellow
- RAL 5017 blue
If you prefer some other colour please don't hesitate to contact us.
Acceleration / speed diagram:
The measurement was made on the Danube downstream. The flowing speed at this location of the Danube is 5 km/h. At the beginning of the measurement the catamaran slowed down and drifted with the water.
The measurement was made using a commercial low pitch propeller. Using a high pitch propeller can further increase the top speed depending the power of the engine.