The Moorings will debut new 433PC, in the British Virgin Islands

The Moorings 433PC

This November, yacht charter company, The Moorings, will debut its newest power catamaran, the Moorings 433PC, at its flagship base in the British Virgin Islands.

Built in collaboration with South African boat builders Robertson & Caine, and following on the sell-out success of the larger 514PC, the 433PC is the next progression in the company’s innovative power catamaran fleet.

The stepped hull design of the new boat provides 27% more interior volume than her predecessor, the 393PC.

Inside, guests will discover a more spacious air-conditioned saloon, redesigned with a brand-new layout for the model range. A well-appointed galley now sits forward with a forward-facing settee/table located aft. Oversized windows provide panoramic views, allowing guests to take in the sunset or savour the ever-changing scenery while cruising.

Large sliding glass doors open to the aft cockpit, which offers u-shaped seating around a communal dining table. The saloon door to the foredeck, a signature feature of the newest catamarans, acts as a breezeway to the interior while at anchor. This seamless fusion of indoor and outdoor living provides increased ventilation and easy communication between all guests aboard.

With power from solar panels and a 9kW generator, the 433PC houses a full range of electronics including a state-of-the-art Raymarine instrument package, indoor/outdoor stereo system with Bluetooth and USB connectivity and a flat screen TV/DVD player.

Below deck, the 433PC features a spacious master suite that fills the entire starboard hull with ample storage and counter space, a large double bed and a full private bathroom. In the port side hull, two double staterooms share an additional private bath. By converting the saloon settee and drop-down table into a bed, the yacht can sleep up to eight guests.

Outside, guests can relax on the 433PC’s fly bridge, which offers 360-degree visibility complete with ample seating, a grill, wet bar and a cushioned sunbathing platform located forward.

The fully equipped helm station controls the yacht’s twin 260hp diesel engines, providing comfortable cruising speeds and easy handling in a variety of conditions.

The Moorings 433PC will make its global debut at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show November 5-9.