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Check out the Fountaine Pajot Saba 50 at Autumn boat shows

by Fountaine Pajot on 23 Jul 2014
Saba 50 in action Fountaine Pajot http://www.fountainepajot.com.au/
The Fountaine Pajot Catamarans yard will be presenting its new 2015 Saba 50 for 2015 at all of the autumn boat shows: Cannes (9-14 September), La Rochelle (17-22 September), Barcelona (15-19 October), Gênes (1-6 October), and Annapolis (9-13 October).

Light, spacious, with high-level performance and in the image of her sisters ship, the SABA 50 offers you all the pleasures of the sea, both under sail and at anchor where relaxation goes hand in hand with comfort and pleasure.


The space on-board has been optimised in order to provide magnificent accommodation. The saloon and cockpit have generous storage areas, as do the passageways, and the light-filled, spacious cabins.

A genuine sunbathing lounge on the foredeck

This is one of the special locations; for sunbathing and relaxation. Sheltered and comfortable, it also houses large storage lockers.


A splendid lounge deck

The Saba 50, elegant on the water and with high levels of performance, also offers a splendid place to relax with its carefully crafted Lounge deck. This is integrated into the design process from the very beginning in order to give the craft its beautiful lines as well as the best possible levels of comfort, both at sea and at mooring.

Movement on board has been designed so that there is direct communication between the cockpit, the helm station and the lounge deck.

Thus the entire crew can easily move about in complete safety and without hindrance.


With two versions, Maestro or Quintet (Five double cabins + one crew + six bathrooms), the Saba 50 is ready to sail for all your Click here to learn more.

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