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Bali 4.1 Article Multihull Magazine
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The BALI 4.1 is characterised by well designed ergonomic living spaces which are entirely free of bulkheads. It is th first catamaran in this size to offer a large forward cockpit with sunbathing area, a rear swim platform connecting the two hulls, a rear cockpit seat with large storage chests for all of your equipment or a inbuilt BBQ and a breath-taking relaxation area on the coach-roof, as well as a level of comfort worthy of a much larger catamaran. And of course, the safety and performance you would expect from a CATANA design!
WHERE THE INSIDE MEETS THE OUTSIDE
Extraordinary natural light. Wide, folding windows retract to bring fresh air into the saloon and give an exceptional panoramic view. The many opening windows ensure cooling natural ventilation. Galley and chart table are at the front of the saloon, overlooking the sea, giving communication and accessibility to the forward cockpit.
EVERYTHING YOU NEED AND MORE BESIDES
The best deck equipment and rigging suppliers and manufacturers have brought innovative technologies to BALI Catamarans to satisfy the most demanding of yachtsmen.
As seen in Multihull Magazine Review:
“An inspired design showing off innovative architecture Viewed from ahead, the profile is neat, with attractive lines. The shape of the windshield is skilful, the upper edge clearly stands out, and extends forward with a protective “eyelid” to give a signature look to the Bali 4.1’s coach roof. This identifying feature is a success. The visual perception of the after end of the boat and the cubic form of the deck saloon is harsher, but it is practical and functional. At the waterline, the bows are fine-entry, overhung with a nice deflecting step which creates volume and attenuates the uprightness of the freeboard. The topsides are skilfully underlined by a ridge below the deck edge, and a longitudinal recess integrates the portholes and characterizes the style. The top of the bow is subtly broken by a short inverted edge. The big accomplishment here lies in the deft design of the ski-shape, forward, and the tunnel-effect which this generates. Experience gained from the different Bali’s has shown any concerns initially raised over this bold option to be invalid: a recent transat from Cape Verde to the Caribbean by a Bali 4.5 at an average of 8.96 kts over 2,475 miles confirms the dynamic qualities of the concept (our test 4.1 has just completed a trip around Spain, from La Rochelle to Canet en Roussillon in 13 days). The semi-flybridge helm station is comfortable, with an elegant steering wheel; the change of engines (Volvo instead of Nanni) has allowed for the very exposed ignition keys to be done away with.” Multihull magazine Text: Philippe Echelle – Photos: Philippe Echelle and Yves Ronzier.