Power catamaran Fountaine Pajot MY 6
The Fountaine Pajot MY 6 is a stylish, elegant and spacious 44ft power catamaran. Built to the blueprints by Daniel Andrieu in conjunction with a design by renowned Italian architect Pierangelo Andreani, the catamaran boasts unique living spaces.
Its hulls have been engineered to provide excellent seakeeping and stability regardless of speed, providing exceptional comfort at anchor and underway. Even at a maximum speed of 25 knots, the yacht behaves elegantly and confidently, settles well, and on calm water, all maneuvers are smooth and calm. The natural stationary stability of the MY 6 is much higher than that of other catamarans, not to mention monohull motor yachts.
MY 6 is ranked as the best power catamaran Fountaine Pajot has ever built and the best of all current cruising catamarans in its category. She is the only motor yacht to feature a purely IPS hull for easy maneuverability, astounding fuel economy, wave stability, and a power reserve of up to 1,000 miles for a motor yacht.
The interior of MY 6 is clean, modern and practical. The galley is a large space with plenty of storage space and all the amenities. The large flybridge, wide cockpit and spacious cabins are just some of the benefits of living aboard the MY 6.
Maestro version includes 1 owner's cabin + 1 bathroom; + 2 double cabins + 2 bathrooms.
The cost of a completed yacht ready to sail: 930 thousand EUR + depending on individual preferences
|Fresh water, l||2 x 350|
|Fuel, l||2 x 1000|
|Engine||VOLVO D6-IPS 500 - 2 x 380 HP / VOLVO D6-IPS 650 - 2 х 480 HP|
|Cruising speed range||up to 1000 nm|
|Basic Price||1 037 600 €|
* More detailed information can be obtained by ordering the catalog
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