Here at OFFSHORE CATAMARANS we strive to give our clients
not only the highest quality in structural integrity by utilizing composite technologies, but also give them a boat that meets
all of their needs and wants. Because all of our work is custom, we work with the client all the way from the designing stage
through final construction to ensure they get exactly what they want down to the smallest detail.
In the initial design stage, we discuss with the client what they would like
to have included in their custom catamaran. Then, we draw up preliminary sketches based on their ideas and our design experience.
We can offer clients several different options for different aspects of the boat. Once an overall structural design is agreed
upon, construction can begin.
The study plan below is our OFFSHORE 52 POWERCAT which we built, and is now named the SS GOODLIFE.
The SS GOODLIFE project is an excellent example of how small changes can be made after construction has begun.
construction the client decided they would like an enclosed fly bridge. We then altered the design to accommodate
their new design wants.
Below is a study plan of what the SS GOODLIFE looked like
when construction was complete. Note the difference between the orginial study plan and the final study plan.
One thing that
is very important to remember: while we can change small details throughout the construction process, the main
hull and crossbeam structure cannot be altered once construction is underway.