Motor catamaran Aventura 50 MY

Aventura Yachts has once again entrusted Lasta Design with the development of a catamaran of exceptional power: the Aventura 50MY!

The Aventura 50MY offers a seamless transition between all areas of the catamaran - from the aft cockpit with a giant dining table, the flybridge and the built-in lounge area at the bow. The very large open plan saloon accommodates up to 12 guests and features an internal helm station with EmpirBus control panel. The well-appointed galley to port offers exceptional amenities including a full-size refrigerator/freezer, cooktop, convection oven and optional wine cooler.

The 27m2 flybridge is huge and offers multiple sunbathing areas and a Jacuzzi (optional) and is designed for true comfort and relaxation. There is a magnificent living/dining area, as well as an open-air galley and a beautifully integrated cockpit.

The main and unique feature of the Aventura 50MY is the possibility of a wide choice of cabin layouts - from 3 to 6 cabins! All luxurious and elegantly appointed cabins also have private bathrooms, another distinctive feature of the Aventura 50MY.

Life under sail!

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Length, m14.90
Width, m7.50
Draft, m1
Displacement, t17
Fresh water, l 800L
Fuel, l2×1500L (+1000L option)
ArchitectLasta Design Studio
Sailing category A,B,C,D
Engine2×370 / 2×440

* More detailed information can be obtained by ordering the catalog


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