The new FOUNTAINE PAJOT MY 37 is an entry–level yacht, which is based on the success of previous models of Fountaine Pajot Motor Yachts: the Cumberland MY 47, Summerland MY 40 LC, and the Queensland MY 55.
FOUNTAINE PAJOT MY 37: light and space for cloudless journey
Designed to appeal to clients worldwide, her smooth hull is produced using a vacuum resin infusion process, and the bridge using two mould resin injection.
As one would expect from an entry-level model, the FOUNTAINE PAJOT MY 37 is highly stable and easily managed. With its roomy sun deck and fly-bridge; and a cockpit which leads straight into the saloon, the newest of beginners will have no trouble moving around this yacht at sea or when moored.
Such as many models from the Fountaine Pajot shipyard, the all round vision saloon gives a light airy feel, even when below deck. Incorporated within the saloon are a modern contemporary kitchen, dining area, and depending on model, wheelhouse.
FOUNTAINE PAJOT MY 37: two pleasures in the choice
The Maestro Version: the owner’s cabin has been incorporated on the port side, and includes private bathroom and plenty of storage capacity. On the starboard side are two guest cabins and private bathroom.
The Quator Version offers four spacious cabins and two bathrooms across both hulls.
FOUNTAINE PAJOT MY 37 specifications:
• Engines: Twin 110 HP Volvo. With eco cruising, range 1200 miles.
• Length: 11 metres
• Beam: 5.1 metres
• Draft: 0.8 metres
• Air draft: 3.78 metres
• Weight: 8.9 tonnes
• Water tank capacity: 350 litres
• Fuel tank capacity: 2×600 litres
• Naval Architect: Daniel Andrieu.
For anyone considering sea cruising for the first time, this boat has to be the one to look at. For looks, ease of handling, and stability, the MY 37 is top of the class.
It is also scheduled to be displayed at the Salon Multicoque de La Grande Motte in France in April