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Fountaine Pajot announces new Cumberland 47 Long Range

by Multihull Solutions on 10 Dec 2012
The new Cumberland 47 Long Range Trawler by Fountaine Pajot Multihull Solutions http://www.multihullsolutions.com.au/
Fountaine Pajot will officially launch the remarkable new Cumberland 47 Long Range power catamaran in France in March 2013.

Incorporating a range of design innovations, the Cumberland 47 Long Range replaces the successful Cumberland 44 and joins the company’s Flagship range of luxury catamarans.

Its elongated, streamlined hull and larger tanks afford outstanding offshore performance and very low fuel consumption. Fountaine Pajot has further improved insulation with the Cumberland 47 Long Range to provide a quieter cruising experience.

A revolutionised design enhances comfort and ergonomics with new features including a dual helm seat and adjacent guest seating, a spacious lounge, and a state-of-the-art galley. The generous cabins have larger windows that provide expansive views and natural light.

The Cumberland Long Range 47 is one of Fountaine Pajot’s Trawler range of power catamarans that also includes the Summerland 40 and the Flagship Queensland 55.

Further information can be obtained by contacting Multihull Solutions on 1800 855 338, emailing info@multihullsolutions or visiting www.multihullsolutions.com.au

Cumberland 47 Long Range Specifications
Length : 45.76 ft
Beam : 21,5 ft
Draft : 3,94 ft
Water Capacity : 2 x 92 US Gallons
Diesel Capacity : 2 x 317 US Gallons
Motors : 2 x 165 KW
Displacement unloaded Approx 14 T
Cabins: 4 doubles
Architects : Joubert - Nivelt
Range : 1000 miles (7 knots)
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