sailing catamaran / cruising / classic / open transom
Astréa 42

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Characteristics

  • Number of hulls:

    catamaran

  • Intended use:

    cruising, classic

  • Deck layout:

    open transom

  • Below-deck configuration:

    with 2 or 3 cabins

  • Rigging:

    with bowsprit

  • Length:

    12.6 m (41'04")

Description

Aren’t the happiest moments the ones we share?
This is true at sea with the Astréa 42, whose design promotes moments of shared and emotionally intense life in the company of family, friends or lovers.

By inventing the Astréa 42, Fountaine Pajot Sailing Catamarans reaffirms its ongoing commitment to build and innovate based on its experience. The Astréa 47 builds on the strengths that have made the Saona 47 so successful: its inverted bow stands out as the trademark of the series. This innovative feature sketches out an elegant and dynamic silhouette, while creating stunning volumes inside the boat in spite of a relatively small overall size, with a mere 12.58 metres in length.

What we call togetherness takes place when you strike the right balance between closeness to others and the respect for one’s own privacy. This subtle harmony is the very soul of the cruising catamaran Astréa 42. Between the helm station and the outdoor living or relaxation areas, from the roof to the cockpit, there is the possibility of emotional interactions, through the unrestricted freedom of movement.

The Roof has a double seat at the helm station, near a sunbathing area so you can experience the emotions of sailing in company, with each guest indulging in his personal whim. Go and relax in the large cockpit fitted with a griddle

The comfort of its lounge, which opens at 360° onto large windows, is simply stunning with the flows of sunlight permeating all life on board. You will no longer be able to do without the aesthetic refinement of the cabins, not to mention the sizeable Italian bathroom of the Owner’s Suite.