Astus 24, the new cruise-style trimaran has plenty to offer!
The Astus 24, the newcomer from Astus Boats manufacturers, has attracted a lot of visitors during the last Paris Boat Show. It is a transportable trimaran with telescopic floats and tubes that fit into the central hull (like most of the Astus models).
A platform of 20 m2 for fun on water
The Astus 24 is a multihull which is intended for cruises. With this in mind, Astus has developed very interesting storage volumes to store huge amounts of materials. Handrails on top of the boat, as well as winches, have also been designed in order to improve the cruising comfort. Nets and front balconies are installed to secure the foredeck.
Thanks to this technology, we get an impressive platform of 20 Metres Square once the boat has been unfolded!
In addition, The Astus 24 brings on board the latest technological improvements developed by Astus Boats. A reefing system for the cruise is optional; the helm is retracted in order to better centre the weights. Different fabrics are available for the sailcloth depending on whether you opt for a sport style trimaran or something more cruise like.
A berth for 2 people, a kitchenette and storage areas
A cabin is divided into two benches and the height underneath the bars is very pleasant. The space has been optimised to offer the best possible comfort. The hood is disjointed and demountable. When traveling, it can be removed, which is very nice while sailing when the sun is up. Volumes are used to the full, which allows the Astus 24 to a lot of storage areas.
Moreover, there is a polyester kitchenette consisting of a sink, a stove area and a board that can act as
This new Astus 24 is made in France (Brittany) by the shipyard Astus Boats. It offers an ideal solution for a quality cruise (stylish, portable, comfortable, functional) without forgetting to focus on maneuvers. Pleasure and performance on water are guaranteed!
Should you want additional information about Astus 24 from Astus Boats range or models, please visit either http://www.astusboats.com/ or www.choose-your-boat.com