Transformation and revolution for the Nautitech 44

The much admired Nautitech 44, gets a new roof and seizes the opportunity to make a revolutionary change with its almost 20 m2 water recovery system.  
This new roof allows for the adaptation of a new version equipped with a central helm. In the autumn, Nautitech will present the Nautitech 441 (single helm) and the Nautitech 442 with the classic twin helm.

Water recovery system
Pioneer with their single level and Bimini top, Nautitech innovates yet again with a roof water recovery system on the new Nautitechs 441 and 442.
As required, the saline test after the first rainfall can be carried out either manually or automatically via a dedicated reservoir with a 400 litre capacity.
The observation of ingenious systems invented by long distance boat owners gave rise to the idea, springing from a real solution adapted to ocean sailing. Anyone who has experienced heavy tropical showers knows that there is enough water to fill more than a few buckets!
The roof, equipped with Led lighting (as with all the range now) is also designed for the addition of supplementary solar panels.
Nautitechs, already acknowledged as first class cruising  catamarans now offer even greater independence.
Nautitech 441 or 442, or Nautitech versus Nautitech

Nautitech users know exactly what the advantages are to having a twin helm to the stern: visibility, the pleasure of steering, the ease of manoeuvring unaided, view of the entire team and cockpit space.
However, the discussion is endless, is it better with just one central helm
Therefore, without changing any of Nautitech 44’s exceptional qualities, its aesthetic, marine grade quality, finish, etc., Nautitech offers the choice on its 44 footer,
The Nautitech 442, with two steering wheels.
The first Nautitech 442 will be on display at the Grand Pavois in La Rochelle 
The Nautitech 441, with one central helm station,
allowing a whole range of manoeuvres from the helm.
The first Nautitech 441 will leave the Rochefort workshop in September. A scale 1 model is on display at the shipyard
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