New 534PC features solar panels, modern interiors and underwater lights
The Moorings says it is revolutionising its power fleet with the introduction of its fourth generation of Moorings power catamaran, the Moorings 534PC, whcih features modern interiors and ”state-of-the-art finishes”. The updated design features modern amenities such as a water-maker, solar panels, blue underwater lights, electric grill, dinghy lift platform and expansive lounging pads.
Accommodating up to nine guests, the Moorings 534PC features four en-suite cabins, each with personalised climate control. The cabins have been reconfigured with lowered queen size beds, wall lights, bedside tables, and ample space to walk around the berth.
Josie Tucci, VP of Sales and Marketing, comments, “We are excited to usher in this new era of Moorings powercats. The new yachts combine the many of advantages of catamaran design - like space and maneuverability - with stunning, modern interiors that appeal to today’s charter guest.”
Panoramic windows and a large L-shaped lounge make the saloon feel spacious, while access to the foredeck through the forward salon door creates a seamless indoor-outdoor flow. The saloon’s unique, open-concept layout includes a folding dining table and motorized flatscreen TV lift. Fully equipped with Wi-Fi, Bluetooth connectivity, USB charging stations, 110V outlets, and an impressive sound system, this yacht will be ready to entertain charter guests in the British Virgin Islands beginning in May, 2020, and in the Exumas, Bahamas in the autumn of 2020.
The Moorings’ catamarans are built by Robertson & Caine in South Africa. For a detailed report on Robertson & Caine and the South African leisure marine industry, click here to see our full IBI report.
Established in 1969, The Moorings began with six yachts and has now expanded to cover over 20 destinations from the Caribbean and Thailand to Croatia and Spain, offering the choice of over 400 sail, power or crewed yachts as part of its charter fleet.