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Elegant and entirely contemporary, this large cruising catamaran represents the excellence of the Fountaine Pajot yard. Our staff and the Berret Racoupeau naval architect partnership teams have used all their talent to ensure that this new FLAGSHIP is a success.
Her size has allowed us to incorporate a magnificent flydeck which can be easily accessed from the cockpit.
This genuinely warm and inviting meeting space blends perfectly into the aesthetics of this boat, with features worthy of the comfort provided by the very best hotels.
AN EXCEPTIONAL FLYDECK AND MAJESTIC LINES
The flydeck of the VICTORIA 67 is accessible on both sides by a highly secured stairway and is one of the most appreciated on-board living spaces. Benches, side tables and a relaxing sofa offer every comfort to guests, allowing them to relax and make the most of the sailing experience.
The crew appreciates the excellent visibility provided by the flydeck, the ergonomic design of the helm station and the efficiency of deck equipment, all of which provide the best possible conditions for operating the boat.
At the aft of the flydeck is an area dedicated to the communication equipment and solar panels.
|Length:||20,44 m / 67 ft|
|Beam:||9,50 m / 31.14 ft|
|Draft:||1,55 m / 5.1 ft|
|Light Displacement:||23 600 kg (approx.)/ 46700 lbs (approx.)|
|Main sail area:||120 m2 (approx.)/ 1290 sq ft (approx.)|
|Genoa area:||77 m2 (approx.)/ 827 sq ft (approx.)|
|Standard engine:||2 x 110 CH / HP|
|Fuel tank capacity:||1 400 l (approx.)/ 291 US gallons|
|Water tank capacity:||1 050 l (approx.)/ 278 US gallons (approx.)|
|ECOCRUISING is a design option:||Incorporating renewable energy sources into all Fountaine Pajot catamarans for greater efficiency and a reduced ecological footprint.|
|Fountaine Pajot:||beautifully managed evolution!Aesthetically pleasing, reliable, high performance, economical and comfortable models are offered, with minimal depreciation, retaining a high resale value. These advantages ensure that Fountaine Pajot catamarans remain|