Yacht for charter




Year: 2020

Yacht Charter 50′ FOUNTAINE PAJOT


Saba 50, for Performance and Comfort

The SABA 50 was one of the first models, after the Helia 44, to benefit from the latest Fountaine Pajot innovations.

The sailing performance remains a priority for Fountaine Pajot catamarans. Additionally, comfort has greatly improved with many features which are demanded nowadays by long-term sailors.

Accommodation is optimised with spacious and ligh-filled cabins. The saloon is wide and practical, with a convertible sofa area and a convenient galley. The whole boat offers plenty of storage throughout.

Per USCG regulations, maximum 10 passengers. NO exceptions!

This 2020 catamaran features an incredible design, abundance of space and extraordinary fuel efficiency. This vessel has an unprecedented amount of living space, including a large saloon, flybridge, and a decadent master suite. The model has been fitted with sleek panoramic windows throughout the catamaran, granting spectacular 360-degree views and beautiful levels of natural light. There is a choice of relaxation and entertaining precincts onboard, including a massive flybridge with lounges and dining table to truly enjoy the cruising experience, a capacious forward cockpit with sun lounges and cabin access, a raised contemporary saloon, and a generous cockpit that opens from the galley and boasts a hydraulic aft swimming platform.

Circulation is made easy between the different parts of the boat, allowing crew to get quickly and easily from and to the cockpit, the flybridge, the helm station or the foredeck.

Relaxation areas: The flybdridge communicates directly with the helm station and is quickly accessible from the cockpit. It comfortably welcomes guets with large sofas and sunbeds. Foredeck cushions and sunbed transform it into a convivial area, as well as pulpits at bow. The cockpit is in continuation of the saloon, offering a vast and sociable area. The cockpit table can sit up to 8 guests, and there are relaxing sofas on the side and back. A staircase easily leads to the helm and flybdridge, and a cockpit fridge can be fitted below.

Interior design of the Saba 50

The interior design is cosy, with soft colours and elegant style. Natural light is a major bonus, through roof and panoramic windows in the saloon, a wide window door opening onto the cockpit, large windows in all cabins.

FROM: $4.500 plus expenses