Australia: Incat Crowther Takes Part in The Refit of 26m Sailing Catamaran Aussie Legend

Incat Crowther supported the refit of the 26m Sailing Catamaran with naval architecture and structural services. The refreshed Aussie Legend presents beautifully following the refit, and re-entered service on Sydney Harbour on a short term lease arrangement.

The vessel features large spaces inside and out, allowing for flexible entertaining combinations, including dinners and weddings on the foredeck, dining inside and out. The vessel features access to the water via transom stairs. The main deck has a large, fully-featured bar, whilst a full commercial galley is located in the starboard hull. All interior spaces are fitted with marine air conditioning, and there are separate male and female bathrooms in the port hull.

Aussie Legend is currently in USL survey, and is certified to carry 260 passengers. She is powered by a pair of Perkins 1006-6 main engines and cruises at 7 knots.

Soon to finish operation on Sydney Harbour, Aussie Legend is now available for purchase. Offering great revenue-earning potential, Aussie Legend is ideal for dining, functions and sightseeing cruises, and would be well suited to island hopping or dive tours in Australia, the Pacific Islands or South East Asia.

Shipbuilding Tribune Staff, February 20, 2012; Image: incatcrowther

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Posted on February 20, 2012

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