Fountaine Pajot Maestro 37 ‘Pluton’

Designed for entertainment and ultimate relaxation, "Pluton" combines performance with fuel economy. The 3 cabins and 2 bathrooms will comfortably accommodate 6 guests.

6
3
2
2018

Rates

Low Season

$1300

Pay 5 Sail 7
Pay 7 Sail 10
Pay 10 Sail 14

Mid Season

$1600

Pay 6 Sail 7
Pay 8 Sail 10
Pay 10 Sail 13

High Season:

$1800

No Free Days

SPECIFICATIONS

Vessel

Length:
11m
Beam:
5.1m
Draft:
0.8m
Head Room:
Launched:
2018
Min Passengers:
Max Passengers:
6
Rec Passengers:
6
Water Capacity:
350L

Engine

Engine:
Volvo 2 x 110 KW
Range:
1000 NM
Average Speed:
10 knots
Fuel Capacity:
2 x 600 Litres
Wheel Steering:
Yes
Dinghy Outboard:
6hp
Other:
Anchor Winch, Tender

Sails

Headsail:
Mainsail:
Covers:
Bimini

Instrumentation

GPS
plotter
Auto Pilot

Passengers

Private Cabins:
3
Double Berths:
3
Single Berths:
Bathrooms:
2
Showers:
2
Deck/Transom Shower:
Yes

Extras

Snorkel Gear:
Yes
Safety Gear:
Yes
First Aid Kit:
Yes
Deck/Cockpit Esk:
50L
Cockpit Cushions:
Yes

Galley

Fridge:
150L
Freezer:
90L
Basic Staples:
Yes
Full Galley Inventory:
Yes

Comfort

Air conditioning
TV/DVD
AM/FM Radio
Cabin Fans
Generator
Onboard Inverter:
Yes
Linen:
Yes

Miscellaneous

BBQ
Microwave

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