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Wanda is a Lagoon 42 in 4-cabin version, never chartered and fully equipped for ocean cruising. For a catamaran of this size the living space is generous, plenty of storage and a fluid design that is comfortable to live in. The Lagoon 42 is the hallmark of cruising catamarans.
Leopard 44 from 2012 Set-up for offshore cruising, this Leopard 44 has many equipment items that you’ll not find in boats straight out of charter, including: generator, recent solar panels, water maker 100l/h, sun shades and complete helming station enclosure. This catamaran has been carefully maintained by her current owners, and is in great condition both technically and aesthetically.
Back on the market this lovely Neel 45 performance cruising trimaran - we did 9knots close-hauled in 12knots of breeze in our test sail! Square topped, full batten mailsail, genoa and self-tacking jib on furlers, code 0 gennaker and asymmetrical spinnaker. Peikea is comfortably set up for cruising with 3 double cabins, solar, 90l/h watermaker, full B&G electronics with radar and 2x plotters good tender on davits, full cockpit tent and satellite phone … An excellent boat and ready to sail.
Michaela was launched end 2016 in La Rochelle and arrived in French Polynesia at the end of 2018. The boat is exceptionally well equipped with Fountaine Pajot’s options list including flexi-teak cockpit, music centre, microwave in addition to the oven and hob, gennaker, drop down cockpit table, additional seawater tap in the galley, upgraded Volvo D30 engines with folding props. In addition 700W of solar instead of the standard 300W, 920 ah of battery capacity and a 3.4m aluminium hulled dingy. Michaela has been kept to an excellent standard, both aesthetically as well as equipment maintenance.