Two Oceans Marine Manufacturing launched South Africa’s biggest ever composite and leisure catamaran, the Two Oceans 110 Day Charter Catamaran. Named Le Cerf, she is owned by Mason’s Travel. Established in 1972, Masons Travel is a leading destination management company in the Seychelles.
The Two Oceans 110 Day Charter Catamaran is designed for commercial day charters and for large groups of people. She will be based in Mahé in the Seychelles.
She has both an upper and lower deck and a flybridge. The upper deck has plenty of casual seating as well as a bar and dining seating for 60 guests and storage space for snorkelling gear. The lower deck has dining seating for 90 guests, as well as casual seating. It also has a bar and a dance floor, storage lockers, fridges, freezers, and chilly bins.
All stairways and walkways have blue effects LED lighting, and the catamaran has a Fusion sound system.
Le Cerf can carry up to 275 people at a time.
The galley is housed in the starboard hull and can cater for 250 guests on board. The starboard hull also has many storage lockers and a crew rest area, as well as bunks for the crew if needed on a delivery. The port hull houses the guest WC facilities – three ladies’ heads and sinks fore of the companionway and two gents’ heads and two urinals and sinks aft.
On her transom, Le Cerf has a six-metre tender on a fixed davit that can ferry 20 people to and from the boat.
The front deck has trampolines, more seating and a beach ladder.
The Two Oceans 110 Day Charter Power Catamaran is yet another successful collaboration between Two Oceans Marine Manufacturing and renown South African naval architect Anton du Toit of Du Toit Yacht Design. She is the 11th large custom catamaran that the partnership has launched, with an 82-foot carbon performance sailing catamaran and an 85-foot power catamaran due to be launched later in the year.
Two Oceans Marine Manufacturing has also recently launched the Two Oceans 700 Day Charter Sailing Catamaran, also designed by Du Toit Yacht Design. She is bound for Jamaica, where she will accommodate 170 people on day charters.
Pictures: Sean Todd Photography