Ian Mackenzie, director at the Catamaran Company, said the arrival of the first two Hudson 48s was already attracting attention and causing a flurry of enquiry.
“They really have that ‘wow’ factor,” he says. “Hudson is pushing new boundaries when it comes to design and construction.”
“On the marina, potential buyers marvel at it’s sleek exterior, then once on board, are very impressed with the exceptional quality of its mouldings and fit-out, and the incredible use of space. For a 48-footer, there’s so much room and it has been designed so cleverly that we can confidently say there’s nothing like it on the market.”
Built to Survey, CE Class A, the Hudson 48 would also make the ideal up market charter vessel for Sydney Harbour and Queensland waters. “It’s massive volume and superyacht-standard finish will convert monohull owners, I am sure of that!” says Ian.
Among the array of unique features is the king-size island bed, full width Master stateroom forward that flows off the saloon, all on the same level. “The ladies particularly love it,” says Ian, who premiered this model at the Sydney International Boat Show in August. “Instead of having to descend into the hull, owners can enjoy the same feeling of space and light as they do in the saloon and the vast flybridge.Downunder