...cats are terrific for our sweetwater
seas. First, they extend the boating season because of their
easily-maintained twin outboards. Second, with modern four-strokes, they
make fishing and cruising extremely economical.
Great Lakes Angler Magazine -
World Cat 330 TE
...the seas kicked up to a good three feet
with occasional four-foot ground swells. In short, these were ideal
World Cat conditions.
Chesapeake Bay Magazine -
World Cat 270 HT
The ride is the clincher, because
the hulls slice through waves like samurai swords and reduce the hard
knocks of head seas to mere undulations. With a World Cat, you can kiss
head-sea slam good-bye. The World Cat ride has afforded many former monohull owners a new lease on offshore life.
MotorBoating Magazine - November 2004
Catamaran 250 DC
The dual console layout makes a boat that’s
not only more family friendly, providing a spacious lounge area in the
bow and a smooth, stable ride, but also an eminently workable fishing
World Cat 270
If you are interested in the stable, unique
ride of a catamaran and are looking for a boat to fish and perhaps
cruise in, the 270 Express Cabin is worth checking out.
Saltwater Sportsman Magazine
Water doesn’t compress, but air
does...It cushions the ride. And when a World Cat reenters the water,
its sharply-veed twin hulls offer nothing flat for seas to slam against
—which renders the ride softer still.
MotorBoating Magazine - December 2003