We Could Brag About The Quality Of Our Boats. But We’d Rather Let Others Do It For Us.
Beyond the specs, features, options, and photos on this website, if you really want to know what makes a World Cat different – and better – than a monohull boat, ask someone who owns one, or tested one, or tests boats for a living. You’ll be surprised at how pleasantly surprised they were.
Take a look at what veteran boaters, diehard fishermen, industry experts, and perhaps some of your neighbors, have to say about World Cat. Then, take a no-obligation sea trial, and see for yourself. If you are already part of the World Cat family and want to submit a testimonial, let us know via our contact form or by emailing [email protected].
Steve from Whispering Pines, NC
We are a diving and fishing family living in North Carolina. Our offshore runs are from 20-40 miles regularly to dive and further to fish occasionally. After sea trialing several mono-hulls and the World Cat it became a real easy decision. The stability and usable space of the WC far surpassed any of the mono-hulls in the same size range in rough weather ride comfort, fuel economy, stability, and carrying heavy loads. The Dual Console is extremely family friendly for cruising and the large open rear cockpit area has plenty of space for divers and hardcore fishing. We choose the 295DC because we also needed to be able to trailer the boat for trips out of state and have trailered over 3,000 miles in our first year of ownership. Our World Cat has enabled our family to spend quality time on the water in our own boat from North Carolina to Florida to the Bahamas. For a look at our WC in action check out Florida Sportsman Magazine Project Dreamboat episode 3 on YouTube.
Tom from Punta Gorda, FL
We wanted a boat that could handle the chop that we often get in Charlotte Harbor. The boat we had was a deck boat and while it was spacious, it was uncomfortable or even dangerous to take it out on any days that were above a light chop. With the World Cat we can take our boat out any day. In fact we took it around the keys and over to Bimini this summer. This was our first crossing of the Gulf Stream, from Port Everglades to Bimini. The day we crossed had six foot very confused seas. Far from ideal conditions in which to cross. What should have taken 2 hours to cross took 4. While the ride was rough it was not dangerous. The 280DC-X handled the conditions much better than we did! Ten years later, we wanted to downsize as our current vessel was getting too large for us. As we tried to decide on how to move forward, my wife told me that she wanted a new boat – one that no one has been on before. Right next door to our boat yard was a World Cat dealer – Schrader Yacht Sales. Before visiting the dealer, I did extensive research on line about World Cats. What I discovered impressed me. There wasn’t a very large inventory of used World Cats and it seemed like World Cat owners were almost “cult” like in their love of the brand. As we did our research about the World…
Wayne from Miami, FL
Smooth, fast, quiet and tight turning. Handles wakes incredibly well.
Eruani from Miami, FL
Impressive and superior ride. Crossing over on waves was perfect and smooth. It is a must buy!
John from Miami, FL
Very smooth ride in heavy chop. Boat gets on plane fast! Excellent ride. Comfortable even in the bow through chop.
John from Miami, FL
Very smooth for the slop we went through. Great layout!
John from Miami, FL
First time riding a cat. It was everything I have ever read about. NICE!
Marloys from Miami, FL
Very smooth ride. Easy docking. Love how stable it felt both while riding and at stop.
James from Miami, FL
Amazing ride – takes waves at full speed! Single engine speed and ride are also very impressive.
Scott from Davidsonville, MD
Crazy ride! Words cannot describe coming from a monohull how soft the ride is, turning radius is unbelievable!