2 months ago

New 80 - A Fountaine Pajot Catamaran

Fountaine Pajot presents the New 80. A catamaran that is all about relaxation and high-end features. While retaining the Fountaine Pajot style, the new model is a genuine super yacht with new and original spaces like you have never seen.

Relaxation and High-end Features

Both the forward and aft cockpits enjoy large reception and relaxation areas, with double direct access to the saloon. The cabins, true suites and guest rooms, have been designed in the spirit of great yachts, with unostentatious luxury, and finished down to the finest detail, with leather upholstery and furniture featuring wood and leather trim. The bathrooms are reminiscent of a spa and include a Jacuzzi in the owner’s cabin.

The saloon, with its large sliding glass windows, has intuitive circulation. As on deck, it is organised around a lounge, a bar, a chart table area with a wonderful separate desk where leather upholstery and topstitching are again to be found. Cabin, dressing room, bathroom… everything you’d expect in the world of motor yachts.

Original deck ergonomics

While retaining the Fountaine Pajot signature, the new 80 is a genuine super yacht with new and original spaces that you won’t find on other models of this size.

Exclusive new features include:

  • Two side cockpits with opening wings,
  • A Beach Club that’s 100% overlooking the sea to make the most of the anchorages,
  • Storage spaces have been designed for all the toys, including forward lockers for paddleboards or scuba gear, and at the stern, a specific storage area for a water scooter under the large central bench seat.
  • Elegance and FP DNA

In true Fountaine Pajot style, you’ll find the line of the coachroof and the large windows giving an exceptional view of the sea, thanks to the glazed areas descending lower than the deck edge. The flybridge offers a magnificent area with dedicated relaxation, reception and navigation areas. The twin helm stations have been re-centred, with a winch for sailing manoeuvres positioned away from the relaxation areas. A real work area is thus reserved and protected for the crew.


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