Ken Comfort, head of US sales at Hysucat said ‘We’ve witnessed a great start to the 2017 Miami Boat Show and have a fantastic line-up of sea trials and boatyard visits taking place over the next weeks. The new line of Hysucat center consoles and the new features added to our line of RIB’s have delighted the boating enthusiast curious to learn more about the hydrofoil technology which sits at the core of the company. Overall, the Show has been very encouraging and it’s great to see so much confidence in the US hydrofoil supported catamaran boating industry. We’re excited about the future opportunities that lie ahead for Hysucat, including next year’s Miami Boat Show and even more new model launches.”
Hysucat will be introducing it’s new Center Console line of 25’ and 30’ boats at the Miami International Boat Show, February 16th to 20th at the Marina on Virginia Key. With a reputation of more than 20 years as one of the most innovative technologies developed in the marine industry, the Hysucat design offers the best features of a monohull and a catamaran combined yet made superior thanks to innovative hydrofoil technology. Sea Trials will be conducted both on the 25CC from Hysucat’s display on Dock 5, slip 582 and the 30CC from the Suzuki Display. For sea-trial reservations please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
HYSUCAT and SABDES Design team up to create the ‘Eco-capsule 8500’ an efficient, fast, hydrofoil supported, luxury, catamaran water taxi for twelve people. Last year, SABDES Design went up for the challenge when tasked to come up with a unique, efficient and fast water taxi design for one of our clients, HYSUCAT. Based on HYSUCAT’s unique patented asymmetrical cat hull supported by hydrofoils between the hulls, and powered with efficient Surface Piercing Drives, Scott Blee, the owner and designer at SABDES Design, said there was an ‘exhaustive concept, design and 3D modelling process – which involved quite a lot of surface shape forming one doesn’t normally associate with in a normal Superyacht design day – in order to achieve the unique set of criteria in the original design brief’. Scott comments; ‘trying to create an ergonomic interior design fitting within an elongated egg shape which is roomy and luxurious, and can seat ten people, and at the same time make the
A new Hysucat 23 RIB hits the water at the yard in Bath, NC. The 23 RIB was commissioned by Mike from Foiling RIB’s and made its debut at the Quantum Key West race. The photos demonstrate the high speed (with the spray still mid-air way behind the boat), the tight turning capabilities and little wake left behind.