French catamaran specialist Fountaine Pajot has replaced its successful Lipari 41 and Mahe 36 models with a 40ft sailing catamaran, and says it has also drawn inspiration for the new boat from its Helia 44 and Saba 50 sailing catamarans.
The Fountaine Pajot 40 is available in two versions: the Maestro, for owners wanting a large private space belowdecks, and a Quintet version that suits larger families or a group of friends, and charter operators.
Both feature a stylish interior design and premium-quality fixtures and finishes, says the company.
The Maestro boasts a spacious owner’s suite that takes up the whole starboard hull. It includes a luxurious en suite, a separate toilet, a desk area and large storage and hanging lockers. This space is light and well ventilated, thanks to several strategically placed deck hatches and portholes. Over in the port hull, two guest cabins each feature double beds, en suites, storage with hanging and storage lockers, portholes and a deck hatch. Read full story here.