Fountaine Pajot Catamarans Committed to Innovation
Fountaine Pajot Catamarans are committed to yacht design innovation. Founded in 1976 by Jean Francois Fountaine, Fountain Pajot began its production of yachting multihulls in 1983. Since then, Fountaine Pajot has been consistently committed to production quality and improvement, which has been recognized not only by its customers but by the industry as well.
Fountaine Pajot Catamarans
Fountaine Pajot catamarans were awarded the ISO 9002 in 1999 for their overall production—an award granted for current quality standards and a commitment to constant improvement. More recently, Fountaine Pajot was recognized as a ‘2014 Best Boat’ by Sail Magazine for the Victoria 67.
The company has done a remarkable job of designing its yachts with the guest in mind. Some advancements are apparent, such as a cabin design that allows for a fluid movement from space to space. Others are not quite as obvious but nonetheless add to the luxury of the ships, such as hidden storage or roof design that provides better natural lighting.
These design elements and more are included in Fountaine Pajot’s newest boats, released in 2013 and 2014. They released new versions of the Lipari 41 and Mahe 36 as well as two new models, the Helia 44 and the Sanya 57 in 2013, and they have already launched two new designs in 2014, the Saba 50 and the Lipari 41 Evolution.
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Some of Fountaine Pajot’s high-quality catamarans are already available for charter in the British Virgin Islands, such as:
Aletheia (70 feet, ten guests, five cabins, three crew): Built-in 2013, Aletheia boasts a huge master suite and four queen cabins, all with a private ensuite and separate shower. You can enjoy the British Virgin Islands in style as you relax in the luxurious salon and cockpit after a fantastic day of scuba diving, snorkeling, kayaking, and more.
Alegria (59 feet, ten guests, five cabins, 2 crew): Also built in 2013, Alegria has five spacious and modern staterooms, all with en-suite bathrooms and separate shower space. Her contemporary salon design allows for plenty of natural light, and the roomy cockpit and sunbathing areas are perfect for relaxing and taking in the warm Caribbean sun.
Pas de Deux (60 foot, six guests, three cabins, two crew): You can go fishing, snorkeling, diving, and swimming in the clear blue Caribbean and then relax in one of three queen cabins on Pas de Deux, well-appointed with 1200 thread count sheets and lush, thick robes. Her large trampolines are lovely for sunbathing, and the shaded cockpit area is the ultimate place to appreciate the fantastic cuisine and scenery.
Sweetest Thing (48 feet, 8 guests, 3 cabins, two singles, two crew): This design was brand new in 2008 from renowned yacht builder Fountaine Pajot, replacing the Bahia 46. The Salina 48 is exceptionally roomy, with large windows – ideal for two or three couples and their children or up to eight total guests. She offers a huge salon and cockpit social areas, plus an aft sun deck, foredeck seating, and an elevated 3-seat flybridge helm station with panoramic views yet easy access to the cockpit.
Full Moon (46ft, 6 guests, 3 cabins, two crew): In addition to the spacious layout on the deck, you will find plenty of privacy in the interior. You can relax in the airy main salon with wrap-around windows for a spectacular view of your surroundings. Spacious sleeping cabins are located in opposite corners of each hull, with each featuring its own private bathroom and shower. Full Moon offers Kite Safaris in the Virgin Islands.