Fountaine Pajot Unveils New Sailing Cat
Published: Wednesday, 17 June 2015
Fountaine Pajot has just launched a brand new sailing catamaran set to premiere in December at the 2015 Paris Boat Show.
The catamaran replaces the successful Lipari 41 and Mahe 36. The design on the Fountaine Pajot 40 offers a spacious cockpit that comfortably accommodates eight people at its dining table.
Additional features include opening hatches in the sides of the hulls for each cabin, flush deck hatches, an optional foredeck lounge, long settee at aft of the cockpit area, a new fitted trampoline which fits right to the edges leaving no surrounding gaps, and a separate shower and head for the luxurious owner’s suite.
The Fountaine Pajot 40 delivers on the shipyard’s reputation for exceptional performance across its range, and early sea trials have confirmed the catamaran’s outstanding handling, stability and comfort in even the most challenging conditions.
Available in two versions, the new Fountaine Pajot 40 is expected to appeal to both private and commercial clients. The Maestro version comprises a spacious owner’s suite with exclusive ensuite, as well as two guest cabins that feature their own private bathrooms. The Quintet version is ideal for charter operators and families, with its four double cabins that each include private ensuites.
The Fountaine Pajot 40 is available throughout the Asia-Pacific region.