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1992 Corinthian Power Cat

Make
Corinthian
Model
Power Cat
Year
1992
Length
72 ft - 21.95 meter
Location
Miami, FL, US
Engine Make
Caterpillar
Engine Model
3208
# Engine
2
Engine Type
Inboard

Price

$279,000

Corinthian Catamarans has been building commercial fiberglass catamarans for over 25 years.  The Corinthian 72' is the flagship design and the queen of the fleet of this well known builder from Tarpon Springs, Florida (USA) . Originally conceived by naval architect Charles Neville "TRIGANA" became a special project as a custom order to her current owners as a privately owned vessel planned as a huge family boat to accommodate an extensive family and guests, but that could also be used as a charter boat if needed. As matter of fact this model has been designed and built to be able to hold the USCG 149 passengers certificate.

With that in mind this vessel offers a very ample interior and exterior lay-out featuring ample spaces in every area. Powered by twin CAT diesels, twin Kohler diesel generators, a fly bridge, walk-thru hull's transoms, twin foredeck dinghy cranes, huge foredeck seating area and sun lounge, large galley-up, etc.

This is the right power catamaran for the prospect buyer looking for either a very large and affordable commercial-grade quality family yacht or an exploration-type open lay-out vessel that could perfectly work as a day-charter boat for several passengers.

Aggressively priced, this yacht is a MUST-SEE to truly appreciate the space dand accommodations it has to offer to her new owner.  Please call us to make an appointment to personally inspect this great yacht.

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Disclaimer: The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his/her agents, or his/her surveyors, to instigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.
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