Frequently Asked Questions
In 2022, the catamaran market was estimated to be worth USD 1514.5 million.
The market for catamaran is anticipated to increase at a CAGR of 6.00% from 2023 to 2030, reaching USD 2413.88 million in 2030.
The most widely used type of catamaran is the power catamaran.
Medium catamarans (30 to 60 feet), by size, is the notable segment.
The recreational user category is anticipated to exhibit the highest CAGR during the projection period.
North America ruled the catamaran market.
The top players include African Cats, Bavaria Catamarans, Beneteau Group, CATATHAI, Fountaine Pajot Catamarans, Leopard Catamarans, NAUTITECH, Outremer Yachting, Seawind, Voyage, and others.
Expanding interest in leisure and recreational activities, including island hopping, cruising, and yacht chartering, drives the catamaran market. The increased demand for catamarans as recreational vessels is due to their increased space, relaxation, and stability compared to conventional monohull boats.
The challenges limiting the growth of the catamaran market are regulatory compliance, licensing requirements, lack of infrastructure, and storage challenges.
A growing emphasis among catamaran dealers and manufacturers is on offering top-notch customer support. This entails giving new owners thorough training and assistance in addition to various post-purchase services. This tendency is anticipated to continue, presenting fresh chances for catamaran companies to set themselves apart from rivals and cultivate enduring clientele.