Sailing catamaran Fountaine Pajot Mahe 36

Year: 2014
Price: 239 000 Euro

Sailing catamaran Fountaine Pajot Mahe 36.2014
Full length: 11 m
Width: 5.9 m
Draft: 1.1 m
Displacement: 5000 kg
Engine: 2 × 20 HP
Mast height from water level: 17.56 m
Water tank volume: l
Fuel tank capacity: 200 l
Mainsail: 47 m2
Genoa: 30 m2
Total sail area: 77 m2
Sleeps: 6
Cabins on the yacht: 3
Price: 239 000 Euro

Sailing catamaran Fountaine Pajot Mahe 36

Sailing catamaran Fountaine Pajot Mahe 36 Trio Evolution with standard equipment

Ocean version


 2 hatches in the saloon

Deck shower with hot water

Mooring set + 4 fenders

Retractable mainsail guy

CST Mainsail Plate

Mainsail luff on ball bearings

Lazy jack

Lazy bag Fountaine Pajot

Rope pockets

Genoa UV protected

Genoa on a twist

Electric winch 1000 W

Dinghy brackets

Mount for rescue raft

Bench in the salon

Additional fresh water tank 270 l.

Eco Cruising: Navigation LED lights

Eco Cruising: interior LED lights

Eco Cruising: AGM Batteries

2 Volvo D1 20HP engine with sail drive (soundproofed)

Electric bilge pump

Dralon trimmed steering wheel

Cockpit pillows


Concealed interior lighting

Black water tank

220 V power grid with 60A charger

Sint. Teak cockpit and transoms


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