A 37-footer the size of a 44-footer. Possible? Yes look at this!

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Want to see how a boat that is only 37 feet (11 meters long) can have spaces like one that is three or four meters larger, consumes half as much as a traditional one, and remains as stable when anchored as if it were on land, click here.

It is called Fountaine Pajot MY 37 (click here) is located at the Milan Yachting Week – The digital boat show in the water in front of the Race Nautica booth showcasing the iconic brand Fountaine Pajot, the inventor of modern motor catamarans, which is displaying a range of four models from 37 feet (11 meters) up to 67 feet (20 meters).

Why catamarans are unsurpassed

The French shipyard is considered the inventor of these boats, which, just like SUVs, have basically doubled the space in a boat for the same length. How? Taking advantage of the superior width that comes from making the hulls two, at either end of the boat. In between is a structure suspended over the water that doubles the usable space on board.

Simple and ingenious, besides the fact that these boats need less motorization than monohulls to achieve glide because they offer less water resistance.

And lastly, they have exceptional stability that allows both sin navigation and anchor at anchorage to remain as steady as if you were ashore.

Fountaine Pajot MY 37, as big as a fourteen-footer

Fountaine Pajot MY 40 (m. 11 x 5.10) is the perfect boat to meet your expectations for speed, low fuelconsumption, space, stability and elegance. The Fountaine Pajot MY 37 (Click here) is designed for unprecedented performance and fuel economy. The catamaran is equipped with two fuel tanks of 600 liters, a water tank of 350 liters, optional generator and watermaker, 1000 W windlass, washing machine in the 3-cabin version and offers a wide range of options including additional refrigerator or freezer and a sunbed on the foredeck.

And if we talk about performance and fuel consumption, the MY 37 an expected top speed of 20 knots and a cruising range at 7.5 knots of 1,200 miles. Go now to see the Fountaine Pajot MY 37(Click here) to see for yourself what it looks like.

Just one click to get in touch

And if you would like to elaborate with a site manager or book a visit via email or whatsapp, in the booth you will find buttons to activate contact with one click

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