News

October 2016

New Hysucat CC25 Sport Fisher ready for launch

We are getting ready for launching the first Hysucat CC25 Sport Fisher. With a top speed of 61 Mph (53 knots) and a 160-gallon (600 liters) fuel capacity, Hysucat CC25 is a stunning saltwater sport fishing boat with a generous 8’6’’ cockpit space and the ability to seat up to 10 people. Performance numbers coming up soon!  

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Participation at FLIBS: Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show

Hysucat Center Console 30 Sport Fisher Just in time for high season 2017,  Hysucat welcomes its newest vessel: the innovative Hysucat CC30 Sport Fisher. This cutting- edge craft delivers a remarkably soft, safe, dry ride — overall, a comfortable user experience. Hysucat CC30 features the proven catamaran hydrofoil hull design and a roomy fishing deck, creating one of the most spacious, efficient running boats in this size range. With a top speed of 56 mph (49 knots) and a 264-gallon (1,000 liters) fuel capacity, Hysucat CC30 can run farther offshore and get back more quickly than a comparable V-shaped hull, using only a pair of 200-HP outboards. This year at the 57th Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show Nov. 3-Nov. 7, 2016, Hysucat will also exhibit one of its most popular rigid inflatables, the Hysucat 28 (8.5) RIB. The performance of the Hysucat 28 RIB is also outstanding. Several Hysucat 28’s were used as chase-boats to follow the foiling, wing-sailed AC45 catamarans on the course of Louis

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Hysucat 23 RIB – Big Performance Numbers

Hysucat 23 RIB Fitted with twin 70 HP Suzuki outboards, the RIB performed outstandingly, burning only 3 gallons per hour (11 liters) at 43 Mph (37 knots). At high speed, the boat rises out of the water and runs mainly on the center hull. The side hulls stabilize the boat, reducing the wetted area on the hull, which in turn makes the craft more efficient, faster, and allows the boat to run with smaller engines than an equivalent-sized monohull. At planing speeds, a drop in resistance of up to 50 percent is possible, which equates to lower powering requirements. Lower power normally results in a 30 percent reduction in fuel consumption. Hysucat 6.8 is the smallest Hysucat vessel to date and is available in various deck configurations as well as different propulsion systems. The inflatable is designed to ride with twin 60 HP – 90 HP engines and is capable of reaching over 50 Mph (43 knots).

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