What makes Powerplay catamarans so special? The initial thing that grabs your attention about the Powerplay collection of boats is their well crafted lines. Compared to the original catamaran designs which were very boxy in shape, Powerplay catamarans look great on the water and invite a second look. The hulls are fair and blend into a curve at the rear to culminate in a boarding platform. The platforms have radial steps allowing simple access from your tender or even from the dock down to the main saloon level. Although, these catamarans are not just amazing to look at as they’ve also been sculpted to increase fuel efficiency by virtue of their underwater hull shape. Their unique hulls make them more streamlined and therefore more efficient to run compared to other inferior designs. The engine-rooms also give access to the steering rams and rudderpost. A stainless steel gate can be closed, to increase safety at sea. Another innovative feature is the inclusion of forward steps designed to make it easier to disembark directly onto the beach which stow away easily when not in use. If you particularly enjoy driving right up close to the beach may we recommend you look at our Charter 1460 as this model excels here.
There are multiple layouts designed to suit your taste. The latest design now includes a king sized bedroom with ensuite on the main deck as well as a fully stocked breakfast/kitchen bar and lounge area. We’ve included an air-conditioned flybridge also as an option to the open flybridge. Our new range of vessels is capable of being fitted with either Volvo Penta IPS/Cummins Zeus or traditional shaft drives and can be produced in a range of sizes from 41ft to 60ft.
Special attention to detail is given to the finishing touches of every Powerplay catamaran that leaves the shipyard and James Dewing, our boat-builder and designer, is on site to check that all legal Standards are upheld to throughout the building phase. We are Australian, CE and USL capable.
Please use the links on the right to see a list of regular inclusions in our catamarans.
Ensuring your catamaran stays safe from the cording effects of salt and water is imperative and using the right type of sealant and paint is crucial! We are proudly sponsored by Kew Painters who consult us on our paint choice and advise us on these matters, if you’re ever in need of a quality House Painter in the inner suburbs of Melbourne, we’d highly recommend them!
Thank you for visiting our page, we always enjoy hearing from other boating enthusiasts and especially those who enjoy catamarans and other luxury vessels. Do feel free to contact us if you have any questions!