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2020 Fountaine Pajot MY40 power catamaran for sale

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Specifications

Length, m: 12.91 / 13.98 (with platform)

Width, m: 5.96

Draft, m: 1.12

Displacement, t: 25.4

Fresh water, l: 450

Fuel, l: 2 x 700

Engines: VOLVO 2 x 300 HP IPS 400

Hours: 557/557

Swimming autonomy: up to 1000 nm

Architect: Daniel Andrieu

Interior design: Pierangelo Andreani Studio

Year built: 2020

Location: Montenegro, Marina Lazure

Registration: Dominica

VAT: not paid

The catamaran is completely ready to sail.

Refrigerators (quantity and volume): 1 x 120 l

Service batteries: 4 x 180 Ah AGM

Starter Batteries: 3 x Excide EM1000

Cabins: 3

Maximum number of people on board: 6

Watermaker: Aqua-Base

Washing machine: yes

Generator: Panda 10000i PMS

Generator hours: 90

Catamaran cost - 650 000 €

See also other options:

New catamarans

motor Fountaine Pajot MY44 or

sailing Fountaine Pajot Astrea 42

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