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The Magnum 2750 Power Catamaran Centre Console Model is the newest edition to the Magnum Power Catamaran family, first launched in September 2019.

The launch of the Magnum 2750 Centre Console follows the highly successful launch of the Magnum 2750 Walkaround model in February 2018.

The Centre Console version is designed for use in warmer, tropical climates, where the walkaround’s cabin becomes quite warm inside. She has a range of possible applications such as fishing, diving or island hopping.

The centre console has a solid bimini, fixed side windows and an opening front windshield. There is a lot of storage space in the console, which can be customised for tackle storage, and can accommodate a heads.

The Magnum 2750 can easily accommodate three people behind her wheel and another three facing aft.

The aft deck is customizable with several options available, such as a table or a fighting chair for the serious game fisherman.

Built to endure the Cape of Storms, the Magnum 2750 Centre Console is filled with high density foam and has been designed to satisfy the needs of the serious fisherman, diver or boating enthusiast, whilst offering the comfort and versatility required for cruising and social entertainment. The catamaran hull provides excellent stability with a dry and soft ride.

 

Download the Magnum 2750 Power Catamaran Centre Console brochure/spec sheet here

LOA: 8.5 m      

Beam: 2.9 m

Draft: 0.55 m                 

Boat weight – operational :+/-   4500 kg

Fuel – Standard capacity:  450 litres

Min H.P. (O/B 30-inch shaft): 2 x 200HP             

Max H.P: 2 x 300 HP

 

AFT DECK

Self Draining.

Two below deck storage (fish) hatches.

2 x cut outs located on gunwales for storage of lures , knives etc.

Access hatches to battery storage on hull sides.

Deck-mounted fighting chair pole with table on top.

2 x Automatic bilge pumps for hull drainage

2 x Electric drain pumps for drainage of below deck (fish) hatches

 

CENTRE CONSOLE

Central steering console housing hydraulic steering pump, engine controls and engine instrumentation.

Upholstered leaning post with built in storage locker below for cool boxes etc.

Starboard access door to storage cupboard able capable of accommodating a marine head.

Port access door to storage area with shelves.

 

FORWARD DECK

Moulded non skid surface with safety rails.

Anchor locker – Self-draining, ahead of collision bulkhead.

Upholstered seat with insulated cooler box below.

 

FUEL SYSTEM

2 x Aluminium fuel tanks  constructed to marine specifications, complete with

Full baffles, inspection plate, isolating valve, fill, suction and vent lines.

Useable volume per tank approx. 230litres

Remote level gauges are located at control station.

Water separator filters and engine primer valves located in storage hatches on aft deck.

Marine approved flexible fuel piping used throughout.

 

ELECTRICAL

2x Heavy duty 100amp Delco engine start batteries with isolating switches.

Marine grade switch panel with circuit breakers connected via bus bars.

Marine grade silicone tin wiring.

Navigation lights –LEDs

Anchor light – LEDs

Bilge pumps, located as specified above, are wired through the switch panel, and have their integral float switches

hot wired to the house batteries.

Deck wash pump

 

STAINLESS STEEL

All fittings are marine grade 316 stainless steel welded and polished.

Bow rail.

Handrails strategically located.

T Top with 8x storage rod holders

8 x gunwale mounted rod holders.

6x star flat sockets

4x start flat rod holders

1 x Anchor bollard and roller guide.

4 x Heavy duty deck cleats.

1 x Heavy duty bow eye.

2 x Heavy duty transom eyes

 

ELECTRONICS

SINGLE STATION NAVNET SYSTEM

Furuno 15-inch Navnet System (GPS, Chart plotter) –linked to:

1kw sounder

Icom 25 Watt VHF

Magnetic compass

Marine CD Player with 4 speakers

 

GENERAL

Full safety equipment for 8 persons required to satisfy SAMSA category C > 9m.

Container with boat’s operating manual, which includes wiring diagrams, mechanical layout etc. as well as manuals of all installed equipment

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