Twin Vee Introduces 4 New Models

Weekender
   

Hawaiian Sport Fisherman


22


26

Length Overall

22' 

25' 7" 
Beam

8' 6" 

8' 6"
Bow Depth

42"

42"

Hull Draft

10" - 14"

12" - 17"

Weight

2,050 lbs

2,700 lbs

Fuel Capacity

100 gal

120 gal

Steering

T-No-Feed-Back

Hydraulic

Max Power

240 hp

300 hp

Max # Persons

10

12

Base Price

$19,995

$25,995

     Twin Vee PowerCats can be considered a boat company that has gotten the ride right for a catamaran, combining the natural stability and heavy sea advantage that catamarans offer and the performance that monohulls can only dream about. Based in Port St. Lucie, Florida, Twin Vee has developed an impressive line of catamarans.

     To add to the ever-growing demand of catamarans, Twin Vee recently introduced its 26' Hawaiian Sport Fisherman model at the Miami International Boat Show. The Hawaiian Fisherman series is available in both 22' or26'.  These boats feature huge cockpit space behind the seating with over 56 ft in the 22' and 80 ft in the 26' model. The Hawaiian also features a lockable cabin with good access forward, ample storage, a Porta-Potti and a single-size berth, upholstered in high quality nautical print acrylic fabric.

     As one might expect from a successful catamaran builder, the Twin Vee is an extremely strong boat. Each hull is built with multiple layers of hand-laminated, 18-oz woven roving fiberglass and polyester resins. Twin Vee is the only foam-filled, self-bailing catamaran in its size range, and to back up the quality of the hulls' construction, Twin Vee has a Limited Lifetime Hull Warranty.

     The 22' Hawaiian Sport Fisherman has a maximum horsepower rating of 240 hp: the 26' a rating of 300 hp. 

Twin Vee models require far less power than other comparable sized catamarans, i.e. a pair of 115 hp 4-stroke Suzuki engines will Produce speeds up to 43 mph. Smaller engines translate into lower initial costs and better fuel economy. Even with smaller engines Twin Vee PowerCats will plane on a single engine and bring you home at planing speed, a testament to the hulls' efficiency through the water.

     With this great hull efficiency, strong construction and super performance, you can expect the Twin Vee to hit your wallet far less than most other catamarans. But, if you really want help in making up your mind, go for a test ride on a Twin Vee. Once you have ridden a Twin Vee PowerCat in the same conditions that you would normally think twice about going out on, the value of this purchase decision will become quite clear.


-Roger Dunshee
The POWER of MULTIHULLS

Weekender
   

Twin Vee Weekender Cabin Series

    
For those who have the Cruiser's mentality and want a dry, soft-riding boat for weekend getaways, Twin Vee has the perfect power catamaran. It is called the Weekender Cabin and it is offered in a 22' and 26' model, built in Port Saint Lucie, Florida.

     The new Weekender Cabin series features a large cabin with good access forward. Inside this spacious cabin you will find a queen-size berth, upholstered in high quality nautical print acrylic fabric; Great storage; a Porta-Potti; and a counter with fresh-water sink. No other boat of equal size can compare to the spaciousness offered in the Weekender for sleeping. The Weekender is also built with multiple layers of hand-laminated, 18-oz woven roving fiberglass and polyester resins. Twin Vee is the only foam-filled, self-bailing catamaran in its size range. And to back up the quality of the hulls' construction, Twin Vee has a Limited Lifetime Hull Warranty.

     The 22' Weekender has a maximum horsepower rating of 240 hp: the 26' Weekender 300 hp; far less than other comparable sized catamarans. However, you'll find that the Weekender runs very well with more conservative power. A pair of 115 hp four stroke outboards on the 26' Weekender or a pair of 90 hp 4-strokes on the 22' Weekender would give you ample speed and great fuel economy. The Weekender will plane on a single engine at surprising speed.

The specifications of the Weekenders are the same as the Hawaiian Sport Fisherman, except they are 100 lbs heavier, respectively.