The sailing cruising catamaran Fountaine Pajot Saba 50 was introduced in 2014 and is positioned as an improved model of the famous Salina 48. The ship was designed by the shipyard's design bureau, together with the Berret-Racoupeau Yacht Design, which designed the ship in bright colors and with plenty of natural light ... The yacht received continuous glazing of the entire cabin, opening windows with mosquito nets and shutters, as well as a glass door at the stern of the vessel, which serves as an exit to the terrace. Of the differences with the previous model, it is worth noting the greater length of the vessel itself, more space on the flybridge and another recreation area.
For relaxation, there are sun loungers at the bow of the vessel with a wide jacuzzi bathtub and folding table, a spacious flybridge, and a shaded deck aft with several seats and a dining area. On the spacious flybridge there is a corner sofa, sun loungers and a full helm station, shifted to the starboard side. The saloon has a wardroom with several sofas, as well as a kitchen with a stove, sink, oven and refrigerator, and a separate pantry is designed for storing food supplies. The yacht has three or four double cabins with two or three bathrooms, respectively. The tender garage is available as standard.
The Fountaine Pajot Saba 50 is driven by two diesel engines from Volvo, with a total power of 150 hp. The fuel tank is designed for 950 liters and the fresh water tank is designed for 700 liters.
The Fountaine Pajot Saba 50 has received the A.Sea Craft classification and can be used for going to the open ocean or long sea voyages.
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