The Lavezzi 40 is an original, classic and conventional catamaran. 12 meters in length, this fantastic boat has a practical design made by the famous yacht builder brand, Fountaine Pajot. Sailing on board the Lavezzi 40 and enjoying outdoor activities provides all the comfortable the yacht charter holidaymakers can wish. The extra stability catamarans offer will make sure it is an excellent option also for non-experienced sailors.

Indoor and Outdoor space

The indoor area is very cosy and comfortable; the most common layout version of this catamaran offers a convertible saloon, 4 cabins and 2 bathrooms with shower and hot water.  The Lavezzi 40 can host up to 12 people thanks to its huge interior space that will make you feel like at home: furniture and decoration are less standard than in other boats. The boat design follows a classic line but it also simulates the real boat idea of old times. Kitchen is fully equipped with electrical appliances that help while cooking. Its four cabins with plenty of space  ensure the best layout you can wish for having a fantastic yacht charter experience.

The outside of the Lavezzi 40 offers a large deck and will not leave you indifferent. Stability, space and comfort are the best words to describe this cat. Either you want to spend a relaxing time sunbathing with your freinds or enjoying all type of watersport activities with your family, this ergonomic, but at the same time innovative catamaran from the Fountaine Pajot will let you get out most of your sailing vacation.

Convertible saloon of the Lavezzi 40

Convertible saloon of the Lavezzi 40

Technical Characteristics

  • Length 11, 90 m
  • Beam 6, 50 m
  • Draft 1, 10 m
  • Weight 10.500 kg
  • Capacity: 10-12 persons
  • Stay on board: 10 persons
  • Cabins 4
  • Convertible saloon: Yes
  • Bathrooms 2
  • Engine (motor) 2 x 30 CV
  • Fuel tank 250 l
  • Water tank 530 l

After having read this article, don’t you want to enjoy a sailing trip on board this catamran? Rent a Lavezzi 40 in destinations like Ibiza or Mallorca in the Balearic Islands, Malta, Croatia or France.