Scott Jutson has a couple of solutions for how to accomplish the perfect getaway to anywhere.

Two powercats in 80 or 47 feet are their own island resorts, complete with features that ensure freedom from the every day. With long-legged cruising ranges, you can go farther and stay away longer with all the comforts of home. And unlike a typical trawler, they are sprinters – allowing for passage making flexibility as well the capability to outrun the weather.


  • loa 79'6
  • lwl 30'10
  • draft 4'7
  • fuel capacity 3698 gals
  • water capacity 317
  • type Cruising
  • designed by Scott Jutson
  • builder Lyman-Morse Boatbuilding
  • boat engine 2-MAN R6 800 hp
  • cruising speed 12 kts
  • top speed 20 kts

Layout and Design

Aboard you will find all you desire for you and your guests and family. The spaciousness provided by a multi-hulled platform means that friends and children literally have their own wing. And the design of this platform is inherently more stable and comfortale underway. This always makes for successful outings.

At anchor, any number of watercraft can be easily deployed. On the 80-footer a dedicated crane system discretly built into the aft deck overhead does the job. Grab a friend and head to that spit of sand on jet skis, or maybe take the tender equipped with your own mopeds to explore your latest destination. For those who stay aboard, lounge areas forward in full-sun, or aft in the shade, let you get wrapped-up in the latest bestseller. At sunset, slide out the kayaks for a paddle around your bit of paradise to sharpen appetites for dinner.

Inside, the temperature controlled entertaining areas are open and inviting. The galley, interior dining area and lounge make up the main deck. Wrap around windows bring the outside in.

On the utilty side, each aft section of the hull contains an engine room, workbench and space for other necessary equipment. A large lazarette provides ample storage for motor bikes and bicycles as well as a lightweight passarelle for Med mooring. Stern lockers provide unique storage for kayaks and a stern anchoring system. A separate crew cabin with head and washer/dryer ensures complete live-aboard comfort. The vessel can be adapted to suit a 4-seat helicopter or a 20-foot diesel RIB on the spacious upper deck.

Designer Comments

Scott Jutson launched his first semi-displacement Power Cat in 1998 – the 70′ Rocko.


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