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Explorer Power Catamaran

Experience Matters

Licia Yachts culls the best of our aggregate 30 years of knowledge, expertise and craftmanship in yacht design - building and sailing, in collaboration with Catamaran Center to develop and deliver a truly exceptional explorer power catamaran, the LICIA C24.

This power multihull will exhibit top performance with superlative comfort. And it will be capable of covering 3200 nautical miles on powerful and fuel efficient twin Cummins engines that will not only boast of economy and ease of handling while delivering 1410 HP. Carbon fiber reinforced structure and Aramid layered hull will provice peace of mind during ocean crossing.

Innovative interior layout and finishes will speak volumes not only about luxorious comfort but also give you the sense of being in a larger yacht.

One of the features of the Licia C24 is its enclosed flybridge with its state of the art, fully integrated wheelhouse console. As safety and ease of use are foremost among our priorities, you can rest assured that come hell or high waters, you reach your destination.

The LICIA C24 has been thoughtfully planned to provide comfort and function in all areas for Owners and guests. The simple joys of drinks or chasing sunsets by the wheelhouse or the bow were not afterthoughts when pen was put to paper.

An intuitive interior layout maximizes the sense of openness with curved aft deck sliding doors that make effortless transitioning between indoor and outdoor, formal and informal. A skylight on the flybridge also enhances the ambient light in the circular conversation hub in the main saloon as do the full height glazing and panoramic windows that bring in natural light and Voila! You’re transported elsewhere!

First Impressions Matter

Reflecting a contemporary elegance, interior finishes are done with leather tiled walls, light wood veneers and simple silhouttes that speak volumes of the subtly of luxe.

“Barrier-free" setting tends to the sense of openness and enhances functionality. It's a refreshing take on format-informal / indoor-outdoor. Interior finishes are done with leather paneled feature wall and wood veneers in earth/neutral tones to reflect a contemporary elegance.

Full height windows, light veneers and a laid back, barrier free setting that allows movement from bar to dining (that sits 8-10 easily) to the conversation area by the skylight shows exactly how intuitive the layout was considered. Form and function effortlessly combined.

A private sanctuary unlike any other in a catamaran of this size with its atypical arrangement and interior finishes. Luxe without the guilt. Think composite veneer on all wood trimmed fit-outs and plush, performance-driven coated fabrics on all soft surface areas. Eco-conscious and sustainable yet specified to ensure sophistication and lasting quality. The leather tiled walls continue the understated elegance of the main saloon into the privacy of your suite...

Well-appropriated and functional fit-outs for living aboard in your home away from home, this capsule is so thoughtfully considered it even provides for direct access to the bow. No more long traverses to the stern... ease of living always at the helm. Concealed lighting in recessed features and the floating bed give the illusion of lightness and space. Color choices reverberate same sense of openness and tranquility.

A ribbon of panoramic glass adds to the experience of being one with the sea. Full screen technology notwithstanding, all that ambient light. What more can one ask for when it comes to blurring the lines between inside and out?

: Licia Yachts / Catamaran Center
: Franck Darnet
: Notilus Design
: Epoxy Composite (Carbon &

  Aramid Reinforced)
: CE, A:14


: 23,95 m
: 9,85 m
: 1,55 m
: 65 tonnes


: Cummins QSM11
: 2x 705 BHP @ 2500 rpm
: 20 knots
: 3.200 nm @ 10,5 kns
: 2x Fisher Panda 25i, 25kVA


: 10.500 L
: 3.600 L
: 2.400 L
: 1.200 L

Exterior Design
Interior Design
Naval Architect


Length Overall
Draft (max)

Max Speed

Tank Capacities
Fuel Tank
Fresh Water Tank
Grey Water
Black Water


8 persons in 4 cabins (Version A)
10 persons in 5 cabins (Version B)
4 persons in 2 cabins (Crew)

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