The Arrow 1500DC is an open bridgedeck version of the popular Arrow 1500 cruising design, utilising the 100% flat panel construction and catering to charter operations and commercial applications. She has capacity for 32 guests with a focus on sailing ability to give customers a true multihull experience.
The Arrow Series of performance cruising catamarans has been steadily gaining popularity due to the modern angular styling and 100% flat panel construction method. With this in mind, a new commercial version of the Arrow 1500 design has been commissioned for day charter work - the Arrow 1500DC (Day Charter). This open bridgedeck vessel gives a practical layout with ample seating for a healthy number of passengers and with accomodations for crew.
The sailing ability will not be impacted too heavily and fully loaded she will perform well even in light winds, reducing costs of having to run engines and giving passengers a true sailing experience. Her shallow draft allows her to nose into sandy beaches easily to embark and disembark passengers and to load or unload equipment and supplies. Available either as a pre-cut kit or this vessel can be quoted by any of our professional or production builders. For more information, please contact us. Study plans and detailed specifications are coming soon.
Introducing the Arrow 1500—the fourth and biggest design to join the new Arrow Series that have been causing a stir around the world.
The modern angular ‘stealth’ styling, 100% flat panel construction and the convenience of a fully pre-cut kit all combine to create a very attractive package for anyone looking to get on the water in comfort and style. With 5 Arrow 1200 designs currently under construction, along with 2 Arrow 1360 designs—the Arrow 1500 is definitely joining the ranks of one of the most popular cruising ranges on the market.
The Arrow 1500 shares the slim hull lines and generous rocker of her siblings, giving her the speed when light but good payload when crossing oceans fully-laden, capable of running down the trades at an effortless 250 miles a day, or more.