The new AVENTURA 37 design closes the gap between the AVENTURA 34 and AVENTURA 44.

This spring we are planning the world premiere and first test sailing of this excellent LASTA design at the AVENTURA Service Point in Canet-en Roussillon.

With the recently announced Aventura 37, the shipyard is introducing a boat with a hull length of just 10.90 meters. The construction comes from the Lasta Design Studio and shows voluminous hull shapes that taper significantly to the waterline via striking edges, plus strikingly large windows in the freeboard. The position of the rig is conventional in front of the cabin superstructure. This means that the overlapping genoa with hole points on the cabin roof is the standard.

The Aventura 37 has an extensive sun lounge on the second floor showing a lounging and seating area on the flybridge. The steering position of the new Aventura boat is only attached to the side at half the height. A second area for relaxing and sunbathing is provided on the foredeck, where a nice and large sunbathing area can also be set up with additional cushions. The shipyard has also announced surprising things about the expansion below deck. Variants with three or four cabins are available here, and for use in the charter market even up to four separate wet cells will be possible. In this boat size, the variety of layouts and the offer of four cabins, each with their own toilet rooms, are currently still unique.

The shipyard had actually planned to present the new Aventura 37 model in mid-April at the multihull trade fair in La Grande Motte. Unfortunately, these plans had to be buried with the cancellation of the trade fair due to the corona pandemic.


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Technical Details Aventura 37
Length over all10,90 m
Width over all  5,94 m
Draft  1,20 m
Airdraft20,00 m
Displacement7,9 t
Main sail58 m2
Head sail36 m2
Water tank2 x 250 l
Fuel tank2 x 250 l
Engine2 x 20 hp
DesignerLASTA Design

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