Comfort and luxury. Versatility and ruggedness. A spacious yacht for your family, and a high-performance sport boat for you. The 320DC offers it all – with style. With rakish lines and attention to detail, the 320DC is designed to look good while bringing you years of fun and dependable service. And, since it’s a World Cat, you can count on a smoother, better ride in virtually any conditions.
At 32’2” and with a wide 10’6” beam, World Cat’s new 320DC is a full-blown offshore fishing machine with 500 quarts of insulated boxes, 279 gallons of fuel, and a big 35-gallon Livewell at the stern. But, the raised bridge deck has all the amenities of a waterfront luxury outdoor patio. The huge bow area has lounges galore. The dual air-conditioned cabins host both a double berth and a full stand-up head. All this is built into a catamaran hull design that smooths out big water while drawing just 16”. All in all, this is a boat that screams, “What do you really want to do today?” Family, friends, kids, fishermen, and divers, the new 320DC has something for everyone to love.
The bow has an offset walkway between the two consoles. This provides more room in the portside console berth than in the starboard side head. There’s seating for 6 in doublewide lounge seats and World Cat has angled the backrests for added comfort. On the inboard sides of the seats, there are flip-down armrests, which we prefer over flip-up armrests as they don’t have to be unlocked to stow them. Inserts to port and starboard have cup holders, storage bins, and speakers. Being recessed into inserts means that things like the speakers won’t be pushing into your back when seated.
The helm is well laid out with plenty of room for her electronic package. Fire extinguisher boxes are to port and starboard. The seat is a bench type with a pull-up armrest inboard and a single flip-up bolster. Dry space for cell phone storage is provided next to a 12-V supply. A 12,000 BTU reverse cycle heat/air conditioner is connected to the berth, head, and cockpit. The windshield is integrated with the hardtop for maximum protection from the elements without the need to add filler pieces to the top of the windshield.
The center of the boat is on a raised deck for better visibility, as well as to accommodate a centerline 250-quart (236.6 L) fish box. To the port side is a cushioned seating for four on separate fiberglass pods, all of which convert to a single aft-facing dual lounge, dual-facing seats, or dual seats facing either fore or aft. The usual accommodations for storage are under the seats. To starboard, there is an entertainment center with a refrigerator, sink, 1300-watt electric grill, and storage drawers.
Overhead a fiberglass hardtop includes louvered vents for the air, two forward-facing hatches, two aft-facing speakers, LED spreader lights, downlights, a standard shade extension, and a TV.
The cockpit is mostly dedicated to fishing and watersports and it is accessed from an offset starboard side entry from the helm deck. A cockpit side door serves for hauling in large fish or divers, the latter being large or small. Rod holders are in the usual space under the gunwales, two to each side. Aft and to starboard, there is transom seating for two adults. Under the seat box is a storage compartment with a tool kit, dive tank storage, and the optional 4.2 kW Fischer Panda diesel generator and its separate 10-gallon (38 L) fuel tank.
Spending the night on board is a simple matter with the 320DC and the inclusion of a berth does not take away from any of the many on-deck features. Tinted portlights are to both topside and inboard. We’d rather see a portlight to the outboard side for privacy and a better influx of natural light. The cabin sole is teak. An aft-facing couch converts into a berth 72” x 54” (183 cm x 137 cm). All lighting is LED for low heat output and current draw. A microwave and LED TV round out the comfort features. As the compartment is lockable, there is also rod storage.
The wet head occupies the console to starboard. It includes a Thedford head with a teak grid seat on top. The sink is recessed into a Corian counter and a pull-out sprayer serves as the showerhead. Water is plumbed into a 45-gallon water tank and the boat also has a 6-gal hot water heater.
Upgraded Factory Electronic package.
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