World Cat – South Africa
How it's built

At World Cat, we use only materials that deliver the greatest strength, workability and value. And when we put them in our boats, they're everywhere - we're not just doing it for show. We want our boats to outperform all others in their class. From full 316 hardware to 21st century composites, we only use materials that meet out World Class standards.

Nothing performs as smoothly or as safely as a World Cat - because few boats on the water are built like ours. We've achieved this World Class standard by employing the finest people, materials and best manufacturing processes. In the assembly area all tanks, plumbing systems and wiring harnesses are installed into the hull. The liner is poly-bonded to the hull to form the inner deck and sides.

A high-grade, below-the-waterline quality adhesive is applied to the deck cap, then bonded to the top of the hull sides and liner at the gunnel. The rub rail is added and the whole assembly is attached with stainless steel fasteners ensure efficient load spreading. These are some of the crucial elements of a strong, reliable boat. It requires many small, important steps in a workable process. Workability allows our craftsmen to put the materials exactly where the engineers call for them. This requires an attention to detial. Sure we could cut corners, but then it wouldn't be a World Cat.
 
     
 

Vectorflo®

The science of Vectorflo® begins at the scoop-shaped bow, channeling air and water into the tunnel created by the catamaran's unique twin-hull design.

As air and water pass through the narrowing tunnel, they combine to create an aerated mixture that becomes compressed and increases in velocity. The ever-increasing compression and acceleration literally sucks the aerated mixture (and spray) aft.

The increased velocity and pressure rushing beneath the hull creates an aerated water-cushioned suspension that works like a shock-absorption system, softening the ride, increasing stability and improving fuel efficiency. This is especially true in rough water.

 
   
In the assembly area,

(a) all the tanks, plumbing systems and wiring harnesses are installed
into the hull.


(b) The liner is poly-bonded to the hull to form the inner deck and sides.


(c) A high-grade, below-the-waterline quality
adhesive is applied to the deck cap, then


(d) bonded to the top
of the hull sides and liner at the gunnel.


(e) The rub rail is added
and the whole assembly is attached with stainless steel fasteners.

 

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