This new mid-sized sailing catamaran from Fountaine Pajot was built in 2018. She offers three levels of useable space and a fully sheltered aft deck giving guests plenty of flexibility while cruising.
This new Saona 47 from Fountaine-Pajot provides a huge amount of livable space while not compromising on sailing performance.
There are three levels of living space and a completely sheltered aft deck, allowing diners to enjoy the outside table yet be right beside the inside galley. Wide doors and a sliding galley window create an airy through space which is ideal for warmer climes, yet can be closed during inclement weather.
The top deck, which measures nearly 100ft and is well equipped with sun lounges, not to mention a great view. Down a few steps is a large helm station with seating for two. The cockpit and flybridge helm station arrangement is a signature feature of the brand and differentiates it from many other catamarans in this size category.
In typical Fountaine Pajot fashion, everything is bright, open and contemporary, with neutral colors and clean-lined joinery that gives the boat the air of a fine urban apartment. She's fully equipped like an apartment would be too - with air conditioning and constant power thanks to the inverter, also a fully equipped galley with two fridges, oven, and all kitchen utensils.
A large dingy comes with the yacht and sits on the transom while underway. She has Autopilot, AIS and a Bowthruster for easy handling.
The Saona has a good sound system onboard and a foredeck for partying on. A fantastic charter yacht for larger groups.
- Families & Kids
- Children welcome
- Music system
- Kitchen / Laundry
- Tea/Coffee Maker
- On Deck
- Bow thruster
- Cockpit table
- Electric windlass
- Swimming ladder
- Automatic Life Vest
- First aid kit
- Life raft
- Safety harnesses
- Sea Anchor
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