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Old 01-25-2010, 05:25 PM   #1
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Hello everyone. Does anyone have any experience or knowledge about a South African catamaran built by Royal Cape Catamarans? They look very nice but there aren't many on the market except for new ones from the company that makes them so I can't find much information on them. They currently build 50 and 53 foot models.

The company has a website with the specs but if anyone has real world knowledge about the quality and customer satisfaction when dealing with the company that builds them I would appreciate it.

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One has just crossed the Atlantic. Do a Google search for "Fennessy Royal Cape Catamaran" - you may be able to contact the owner of Fennessy direct.
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Fennessy's owner's email: pauled AT worldonline DOT co DOT za
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Thanks for the quick response Lighthouse. I'll check them out.

Have you ever seen one of the boats in person? If so how do you think it compares to some of the more well known brands.

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Sorry Steven - I've only see photos (Fennessy in particular).
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