Fountaine Pajot MY 44 – Boat Test
Catamarans have so many things going for them that they are no longer the novelty they once were, especially among the once devoted mono-hull crowds. Their sheer volume of interior space is probably the main attraction, and they not only attract buyers trading up from smaller boats, but down from larger ones. But here at BoatTEST, we’re drivers first and foremost, so we also tend to favor the handling characteristics that no other design can touch. Look at every high-speed offshore ferry and there’s a good reason they’re all cats. So with this one-two punch in mind, we couldn’t wait to get aboard the Fountaine Pajot MY44 and we weren’t disappointed.
- 3 cabins and 3 heads
- The room of a 50′ monohull in 44′
- Flybridge with available hardtop and enclosure
- Aft facing galley to serve cockpit and bridge
- Hydraulic swim/dinghy platform
- Large, open main salon with wrap-around views
- Owner’s cabin with storage, large island bed, and vanity
- Three outside social areas: Foredeck, bridge, and cockpit
- Draft Up
- Draft Down
- Air Draft
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