World Cat boats: Owner's Manual PDF

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World Cat 230CC Owners Manual.pdf

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World Cat 230DC Owners Manual.pdf

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World Cat 230SD Owners Manual.pdf

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World Cat 255DC Owners Manual.pdf

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World Cat 2740GBE Owners Manual.pdf

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World Cat 2770GBE Owners Manual.pdf

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World Cat 2780GBE Owners Manual.pdf

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World Cat 280CC-X Owners Manual.pdf

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World Cat 280DC-X Owners Manual.pdf

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World Cat 295CC Owners Manual.pdf

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World Cat 296DC Owners Manual.pdf

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World Cat 320CC Owners Manual.pdf

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World Cat 320DC Owners Manual.pdf

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World Cat 330TE

The World Cat 330 Tournament Edition is the flagship of the WorldCat fleet. The 330 TE is the ultimate sport fishing catamaran. The boat is designed so that you can complete all tasks and can get out of the water dry.

 

The catamaran is designed for professional deep sea fishing with an ultra stable platform. On the spacious cockpit there are three large insulated drawers for storing fish, two lockers for tackle, a platform light, 6 fasteners for stainless steel spinning rods, a freshwater supply and 12 volt sockets for winches, electric swing coils, safety and comfort, this is far not all the advantages that make the World Cat 330 Tournament Edition a true fishing machine!

World Cat boats owner's manual
World Cat 230

World Cat 255DC

Shipyard "WorldCat" is constantly improving the most successful and popular catamaran models. 25% more cockpit space and 10-seater guest accommodation, room and deck space, all of this can be found only on the "WorldCat 255DC", unsurpassed in its class of boats.

 

An updated steering column with a large 12-inch screen, plus an improved spacious bow for your crew. This model embodies all the best from "WorldCat", with a smooth ride and improved stability, unattainable for a single-hull boat of the same class.

World Cat boats use Mercury, Yamaha engines

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