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The Bali 4.8 To Make World Debut At 2020 Multihull Show

bali 4.8 catamaran

After the successful debut of the new Bali Catspace at Boot Dusseldorf, the French yard announces now the World premier of the Bali 4.8 at the International Multihull Show in La Grande Motte, France, (April 2020, 15-19).

The Bali 4.8 brings together the best of the characteristics that make up the DNA of Bali catamarans: in addition to the rigid forward cockpit with lounge area and sunbathing area, the new platform linking the two sugarscoops with large bench seat and lockers, the large tilt and-turn door and sliding windows and a panoramic relaxation area on the coachroof, the Bali 4.8 offers new access to the forward cockpit by an interior door and cabins by panels opening onto the aft cockpit, and a 6 cabin / 6 bathroom version.

With a large living space which is totally flush, and opens or closes on demand in a few seconds, the interior of BALI 4.8 offers soft and clean lines drawn by Lasta Design Studio.

The interiors by the Laska Design Studio are more refined, offering soft and clean lines and an elegant neutral palette, using natural tones and finishes to rival the most contemporary interior.

The Bali 4.8 has a large living space with a level floor through to the galley giving ease of access, a door that opens or closes on demand in a few seconds and large sliding windows most importantly creating panoramic 360 degree views from the living, dining areas and galley.

The galley is L-shaped and very well-equipped with a bar and Large American two door refrigerator. The Saloon/dining area boasts space for 12 guests. There is a Large comfortable chart table facing the sea for the business end of cruising.

Bali 4.8 catamaran

About the International Multihull Show

The Multihull Show was created back in 2010 with the aim of presenting catamarans and trimarans in the water.

The original concept was to set up a version on the Atlantic coast in even years and in the Mediterranean in odd years. The first editions of the event were thus shared by Lorient (Brittany) and La Grande-Motte (South of France).

Now to suit the requirements of boat-builders, the Show is held every year in April in La Grande-Motte.

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