A better choice of leisure zones
The Power 36 is a serious driving machine with a helm station to match. Positioned right in the centre of the deck, it comes with dual seats, a leather-trimmed dash and a navigation pod to starboard of the Skipper’s chair. It also comes with a large canvas sunroof built into the hardtop, so you can bathe the entire cockpit in natural light.
In addition to an impressive six-man dining station, the cockpit also provides an aft Beach area, with a huge two-metre sun lounger, which extends out over the hydraulic swim platform. It’s perfect for deploying your toys, prepping for watersports or enjoying the view - and from here, the walkaround side decks bring easy access to the equally spacious sun lounger at the bow.
While the port galley is the natural way to service these outdoor social zones, there are also some dedicated galley facilities down below. Positioned opposite the four-man dinette in the warmth and shelter of the lower deck saloon, it’s the perfect solution for cosy weekends away when the nights close in.
Performance and refinement
The Power 36 comes with a reinforced deep-V hull for superior seakeeping in rough weather, alongside soft, compliant handling at speeds of up to 50 knots. That’s high-end sport by any standards but it doesn’t come at the expense of refinement or luxury.
The engine bay, for instance, uses double-layered insulation with rubber hatch linings for superb sound isolation. It means you can chat with your friends without raising your voice, even in the middle of a rapid transit between destinations.
Down below, the refinement of the experience is equally clear. Overhead glass panels and long, raked hull windows flood the saloon with natural light. And whether you’re in the master cabin, the guest suite, the starboard bathroom or the central lounge, the use of integrated portlights, Nordic-style woods and premium Majilite trim keeps things bright, fresh and engagingly modern.
Impeccable cruising pedigree
With twin 270hp Mercury diesels and a 550-litre fuel tank, the Power 36 delivers a 300-mile cruising range as standard. If you want to really explore its sporting potential, you can also configure it with twin 370hp sterndrives and an additional fuel tank for even greater passage-making autonomy. But whichever rig you choose, the new Power 36 makes compelling sense. After all, in addition to sleeping up to five people, it delivers multiple socialising zones, flexible layout options, upper and lower galley facilities and eye-opening 50-knot performance. Fast but refined, elegant but practical, the Focus Power 36 is the new benchmark for zero-compromise cruising.