Bali 4.5 - Bareboat Catamarans
The ideal charter boat for family and friends sailing together. The modern Bali design brings saloon space outdoors with seamless flow to the cockpit, has more deck space and spacious lounges.
- 13.6m, 45'
- Charter Type:
- 8 to 10
- 4 double
The Bali 4.5 Open Space combines Catana's experience in performance with their understanding of a holiday crew's accommodation needs. The designers have listened to their market and identified all the features that make for a great charter, whether you plan to holiday full bareboat or with the support of a crew.
The living spaces on this catamaran are rightly described as vast, with appointments of the highest standard as sailors have come to expect from Catana.
The Bali 4.5's rig is configured with smooth sailing in mind. The mast is placed well to the aft to reduce pitching, while a smaller main and self-tacking headsails make for easy sail handling.
Antigua & Barbuda, Bahamas, British Virgin Islands, Croatia, Cuba, Guadaloupe, Italy, Langkawi, Martinique, St Lucia, & The Grenadines, New Caledonia, Phuket & Andaman Sea, Tahiti: The Society Islands
- Guests: 8 to 10
- Cabins: 4 double
- Berths: 8
- Heads: 4
- Showers: 4
- Length: 13.6m, 45'
- Beam: 7.4m, 24'
- Draft: 1.2m, 4'
- Engine(s): 2 x 50 hp
- Fuel Capacity: 830l, 219g
- Water Capacity: 820l, 217g
Equipment Includes: Bimini/spray hood, electric windlass, hot & cold water, transom shower, 12 volt electrics, dinghy and outboard, bed linen, VHF, CD/FM radio, wind, depth and speed instruments, GPS and chart plotter. Additional equipment may vary. Ask us for equipment available on the boat in your preferred destination.
Specifications and accommodation layouts may vary. Ask us for the details of this boat in your preferred destination. Many boats have additional saloon berths not indicated above.
Rating: 4 / 5 The boat was very good, in good condition, very clean and tidy and well equiped. Only one small problem, we had a lot of rain and the only table that would seat 8 was outside so having dinner inside meant that someone had to stand. Dificult to pick one place above the rest. We were a little disappionted at the Isle of Pines that the locals have the place sown up. But we enjoyed the whole trip. Navigation was not as difficult as i was led to believe. The watermaker on the boat made a huge difference and because there were eight of us we had a party every night. Lionel, New Zealand, Aug 17th, 2019
Rating: 5 / 5 The southern lagoon of New Caledonia is absolutely beautiful. We didn't get to the Isle of Pines but the overnight anchorages in the lagoon made up for it. We also spent a couple of days in the Bay of Prony in some very pretty anchorages. The wind was constant from the SE which provided champagne sailing for us. We only caught one decent sized fish but we let it go.
Bruce, Australia, Nov 22nd, 2018
Rating: 5 / 5 "The water in Bora Bora was amazing. We found the Bali 4.5 to be an excellent boat for cruising the lagoons around Bora Bora, Taha'a and Raiatea." Glenn, Australia, Nov 4th, 2018