Fountaine Pajot’s sleek new yacht shows French sophistication
One of the best places to be right now would be Cannes, where the famous Yachting Festival is taking place. It started on September 7th and will run until September 12th, dazzling the lucky participants with the most exquisite yachts of the moment. One of them is the French catamaran MY4.S, the latest creation of Fountaine Pajot.
Fountaine Pajot specializes in sailing catamarans and motor yachts, all built with high-tech composite materials, from the hull to the decks and bulkheads. The innovative technology of the shipyard, based on the resin injection and infusion technique, makes these boats particularly durable.
Guests of the Cannes Yacht Festival were able to admire Fountaine Pajot’s latest creation, the MY4.S motor yacht. In addition to the elegant design and clean silhouette, which immediately stand out, this new catamaran is designed to offer an incredible feeling of freedom, thanks to its large spaces. For a 36-foot (11-meter) long yacht, the MY4.S with the new Sportop version impresses with its oversized spaces, which is generally only expected from multihulls.
The owner’s cabin and saloon are as spacious and bright as they can get, thanks to the sunroof and overall design. They open onto the cleverly integrated cockpit so as not to take up too much space, which is extended by a rear platform. Here, as well as in the sunbathing area, passengers can sip champagne, take in the views, and simply indulge in the luxurious experience.
Powered by two 150 HP engines (with optional power up to 250 hp), the MY4.S can reach speeds of up to 22 knots and a range of up to 1,000 nautical miles. In terms of configuration, customers can opt for the Maestro version with an owner’s suite and two cabins, or the Quator version with four double cabins.