Nautitech 47 : Comfort and great sailing


The first Nautitech boats were launched in 1994 by Dufour. In 2002, the brand was bought by Marine Development, which then set up the company Nautitech SA, run by Bruno Voisard. This  year at the Grand Pavois boat show in La Rochelle, the company presented its Nautitech 47, which targets both charter companies and private owners. The catamaran was designed by architects Alain Mortain and Yannis Mavrikios.


The rear cockpit is very spacious, with a table for up to 12 guests. The coachroof is fitted with a windshield that protects passengers from sun and bad weather. Only the helmsman is exposed, because both helms are located just to the fore of the stern platforms.


The upper deck contains the saloon, a large U-shaped galley and the chart table. The saloon and cabins, designed by Jacques Pierrejean, are bright and well ventilated with plenty of portholes. The standard version comes with 4 double cabins, each with
their own bathroom, plus 2 single cabins. On the owner’s version, the starboard double cabin is replaced by a master suite occupying the entire hull.

Two 53 hp diesel engines are standard on this model, making manoeuvres easier. The  Nautitech 47, the 40’s big brother and a descendent of the 475, is the epitome of  precision, comfort and great sailing.

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Photo: Y.Zedda

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