Year
2022
Cabins
5+1
Berths
10+2+1
Toilets
4+1

Features

  • Year: 2022
  • Cabins: 5+1
  • Berths: 10+2+1
  • Toilets: 4+1
  • Overall lenght: 14,54 m
  • Overall beam: 7,66 m
  • Keel draft: 1,22 m
  • Total sail: 122 mq
  • Engine: 2 x Yanmar 57 HP
  • Fuel capacity: 800 lt.
  • Water capacity: 800 lt.

Equipment

  • EQUIPMENTFurling self tacking jib – Battened Mainsail 100% - Electrical winch for mainsail halyard - Automatic first and second reef – Pulpits with Polywood seating – Autopilot - Wind instruments - VHF - Plotter GPS - Camera under portside spreader - Solar panel ftv – Inverter - USB socket in each cabin - Electric toilets – 220V Generator - Air conditioning – ZP Watermaker 200lt/hour
  • COMFORTHydraulic system for salon tilting bay door- External shower - Warm Water - Refrigerator + Freezer: 615 L – Rear Cockpit and forward cockpit cushions - Chaise longue cushions on helm station side - Radio&Music player - Grill on cockpit - Tender VTR keel
  • OPTIONALOutboard for tender - Code 0 with furler
  • BASECannigione Marina
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INNOVATION IS IN ITS DNA!

The BALI 4.6 is totally recognizable at first glance, thanks to the new design of its hulls, with its thin and straight bow, and new extremely elegant lines, conceived by designers Xavier Fay and Samer Lasta. The BALI 4.6 benefits from all the Catana Group design innovations that represent the DNA of BALI catamarans: a rigid bow cockpit with lounge and sundeck, a large tilting back door and sliding side openings that make the dinette a comfortable space in any climate, a wheelhouse with panoramic sundeck area on the deckhouse, accessible from both sides, a simple and extremely practical davit system, and, last but not least, an interior door giving access to the bow cockpit. And, of course, all the safety and performance you would expect from CATANA design! This boat is equipped with an electric generator and air conditioning, for comfort without compromise. There is also a watermaker that produces 200 litres of fresh water every hour, guaranteeing absolute autonomy. Returning to port will, therefore, be a choice, not an obligation dictated by empty tanks.