Did you realise that a substantial majority of the boats in the marina never leave? People who prefer the marina setting utilise them mostly as a second hideaway or home.
The shape of most leisure boats is a disadvantage; some are difficult to get in and out of due to their high freeboard; many do not have the most practical layout, with toilets and showers in cramped spaces; there are awkward steps and tight doors, and they can be difficult to heat during the winter months due to their lack of insulation.
Bluespace has recognised all of the limitations of living aboard a boat, thus our team of boating enthusiasts and skilled naval architects have reinvented the BOAT, introducing the Bluespace Multihull 280. It’s a boat without the drawbacks, with fantastic features that you won’t find on a typical boat.
So, what is it about the Bluespace model that makes it so unique?
To begin, we built a catamaran GRP hull with a broad beam and stability, as well as a low freeboard for simple boarding.
The deck and interior flooring are mostly on one level, and there are plenty of big doorways to make navigating around the boat much easier.
With 100mm of insulation in the GRP superstructure and underfloor heating, this boat will be extremely energy efficient.
For those great days outside, wide sliding doors in the bow section lead to a large sundeck area encircled by a stainless-steel pulpit.
Our full-size modern galley kitchen with plenty of cabinet space is great for those lengthy stays, and opposite the galley is a four-seater dinette that makes setting the table and tidying up after a family dinner a breeze.
Our boats will be built in accordance with the Recreational Craft Directive RCD Category D and will be fully navigable at speeds up to 7 knots using Torqeedo electric engines.
We do recognise, however, that the majority of boats will be sold without electric motors, therefore outboard brackets can be added at any time.