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Palma Grand Voyageur

Electric Cruising Catamaran

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Innovative, state-of-the-art design

The Palma Line builds upon the expertise of Nicolas Purnu, a long-time associate of Marc Lombard for multi-hull designs, and of Jean-Noel Lebrun, with 40 years of fiberglass works.


We offer fast, safe, very light yet exceedingly comfortable catamarans with overall lengths between 30 and 35 feet. Their modular designs meet the sharpest family cruising requirements.

On the Palma Grand Voyageur, the coachroof extends up to the aft beam to offer a complete protection during tropical storms.

Hulls are optimized for performance & stability. The deck designs reduce aerodynamic drag while optimizing the space available for the crew as well as movements on board.

The yachts are built in France in Charente-Maritime. The sandwich hull, deck, frames and bulkheads use Airex PVC foam for increased strength, weight savings, and durability.

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The right choice for the environment

The light weight of the Palma catamarans means their construction is a smaller drain on our planet resources compared to heavy cruising cats.

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Designed for long range cruising in full autonomy

The yacht combines:

- an owner's cabin with bath and dressing on Starboard, a choice of layouts on Port, and a wide deck saloon with an L-shaped galley between the two hulls,

- two electrical engines combined with 1 32
0 W of solar panels and two 8.9 kWh lithium batteries for greater autonomy at sea,


- Key standard equipment includes a bowsprit, a code 0, two extra aft winches, a water maker, and a dedicated 130 liter deep-freezer.

Under sail, the two e-pod hydro generators will generate 2 x 600 Watts at 8 knots to charge the batteries.

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Easy to handle
The twin helm stations with steering wheels provide excellent visibility across the horizon and all around the yacht.  With up to five winches, controls remain always at your fingertips.

The powerful yacht mainsails are controlled through dedicated winches located at the center of the aft cockpit bench. The low blocks of the mainsail tackles are mounted on Harken big-boat carts & rails to allow for fast and precise adjustments.

To free the gangways and to facilitate movements along the yachts, the shroud chainplates
are bolted on the roof sides instead of the hulls.

Davits are available as an option to store your tender behind the transom beam. 

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