Power catamaran Fountaine Pajot MY 40

The Fountaine Pajot MY 40 is a new 40-foot power catamaran that comfortably fits into the line of motor yachts from Fountaine Pajot between the successful MY 37 and MY 44. The main feature of these catamarans is that they are designed from the ground up as power catamarans. not like sailing.

MY 40 was designed by architect Daniel Andrieu and the interior was designed by designers from Pierangelo Andreani Studio. MY 40 other models of Fountaine Pajot power catamarans are capable of covering long distances, and the speed and space for living will impress even the most demanding clients. In the fast-growing motor yacht sector, Fountaine Pajot is always up to date!

The MY 40 offers incredible comfort, great interiors and an incredible amount of living space for a catamaran of its length. All onboard spaces are designed to provide a luxurious and carefree lifestyle with a lounge saloon, a comprehensive functional galley, an ergonomic helm station, and a spacious cockpit; spacious cabins, including a deluxe owner suite, and a splendid flybridge with sundeck. The Maestro version includes 2 double cabins with separate saunas, in addition to the master cabin.

The Fountaine Pajot MY 40 is incredibly stable on waves and offers complete freedom of movement on deck, both in motion and at anchor. Its optional bathing platform creates even more recreational opportunities on the water. And the two helm stations, one on the flybridge and one in the panoramic saloon, really expand your horizons.

MY 40 is the younger brother of the Fountaine Pajot MY 44 power catamaran, which in 2018 has already won 2 prestigious international awards in the Passagemakers category - 2018 Motor Boat Awards and European Power Boat of the Year 2018.

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Length, m12.20
Width, m6
Draft, m1.1
Displacement, t13.5
Fresh water, l350
Fuel, l2 x 600
ArchitectDaniel Andrieu
EngineVOLVO D6-IPS 400 - 2 x 300 HP / VOLVO D6-IPS 600 - Volvo 2 x 440 HP
Cruising speed rangeup to 1000 nm

* More detailed information can be obtained by ordering the catalog


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