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Dynamic new Fountaine Pajot Australasian website launched

by Kate Elkington on 4 Mar 2013
Fontaine Pajot website Multihull Solutions © http://www.multihullsolutions.com.au/
Fountaine Pajot has a dynamic new website for its Australian and New Zealand markets.

The new website at www.fountainepajot.com.au is a sleek and user-friendly platform that contains comprehensive details of Fountaine Pajot’s entire sail and Trawler power catamaran range.

In addition to full specifications and photo galleries, the website provides videos, pricing and media reviews on each model to assist buyers with a thorough review of the Fountaine Pajot range.

The website also has a useful News and Blog section with regularly updated company and industry information, as well as entertaining cruising stories from Fountaine Pajot catamaran owners.

As well as new models, the website lists a comprehensive range of quality pre-owned Fountaine Pajot sail and power catamarans.

Fountaine Pajot is the world’s leading builder of cruising catamarans and has consistently set industry standards for excellence since its establishment in France in 1976.

In 2013, Fountaine Pajot celebrates the production of more than 2100 catamarans in 30 years, an achievement unequalled by any other multihull shipyard anywhere in the world. Fountaine Pajot is also the first shipyard to have been awarded the ISO 9001 v2000 Quality label for the whole of its production cycle, confirming the company’s insistence on quality and client trust.

Over the years Fountaine Pajot catamarans have developed an unrivalled reputation due to their innovative design, superior handling, exceptional seaworthiness and cruising comfort.

Multihull Solutions is the exclusive Australian and New Zealand importer of Fountaine Pajot catamarans and further information can be obtained by contacting 1300 855 338 or emailing info@fountainepajot.com.au

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