Sport Fishing - - BOATS - BY CHRIS WOOD­WARD

of its FOL­LOW­ING ON THE HEELS stylishly de­signed 280 cen­ter con­sole cata­ma­ran, World Cat has in­tro­duced a new dual con­sole model. “The dual con­sole mar­ket needed a new and im­proved de­sign, so we have in­te­grated some unique fea­tures aboard our proven cata­ma­ran de­sign,” says An­drew Brown, World Cat CEO.

The X series de­liv­ers a unique tum­ble­home tran­som and a lower shear line than tra­di­tional cat de­signs. The DC also adds a frame­less glass wind­shield into the new-look equa­tion.

The DC fea­tures a fiber­glass top with hand-fin­ished surf­board edge and a pow­der-coated frame, spreader lights and LED un­der­side lights. The fiber­glass-lined head com­part­ment of­fers stand­ing head­room for most, and is fit­ted with a Co­rian counter, mir­ror, toi­letry-stor­age area, fresh­wa­ter sys­tem, and ma­rine head with a 10-gal­lon hold­ing tank.

Ad­di­tional stan­dard equip­ment in­cludes bow seat­ing for six and a through-hull wind­lass sys­tem. The wide-open cock­pit fea­tures bol­sters, four gun­wale rod hold­ers and a tran­som tuna door. World Cat also of­fers an op­tional 20-gal­lon livewell.

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