The Minicat 510 is available in the Centre Console or Forward Steering versions. The Centre Console comes with a centre console unit with hatch and a pedestal seat as standard. The Forward Steering version comes with a hinged walk through windscreen wand two pedestal seats as standard.
Still just 450kg hull weight, the 510 Minicat can be easily towed, and handled single handed - though there is considerable room in the cockpit for 4-5 adults to fish.
Unlike many other powered catamarans, Minicats are driven by single outboards mounted between the two hulls. Designer Kim Bertelsen put much time and thought into this process, "we've done plenty of experimenting with the tunnels and the characteristics of the hulls and deadrise. We've also come up with a good way to help direct water flow over the propeller and avoid cavitation". This ensures that there is no ventilation to the propellers and no problem getting the boats up on to the plane - the boats go exceptionally well with modest horsepower.
Kingfisher 510 Minicat
Centre console or front steer