The Saba 50 is the newest model that Fountaine Pajot has launched in December 2013, elevating performance cruising to an entirely new level of style and affordability.

The Saba 50 fuses exterior elegance and interior comfort finished with unrivaled quality.

This catamaran has been designed to be stable during navigation, without any uncomfortable rolling. Well balanced, it remains stable when anchored, allowing for special moments in complete tranquillity.

It is currently the only catamaran with 6 guests cabins available for charter in Croatia. This catamaran will be available for charter out of Trogir in the season 2015. It can be chartered bareboat if one posses all the necessary nautical qualifications including the VHF certificate.

The catamaran can comfortably accomodate 12 passengers in its 6 double cabins. The catamaran has remarkable volumes in each of its cabins with queen size island bed, a sleek open-plan ensuite with separate shower, desk and ample storage. It also has 2 separated single crew cabins so the guests can have their privacy in case crew if requested.

The Saba 50 is successfully answering to the worldwide demands for a catamaran of this kind: more comfort, more space, more light, without forgetting the performance at sea.

Integrated indoor- outdoor living

The Saba 50 offer to its guests enormously spacious living areas making it ideal for longer passages and entertaining family and friends. The spacious saloon is accessed via an extra-wide entry door that seamlessly integrates the indoor and outdoor spaces. The galley is L-shaped and offer lot of storage space.

This catamaran has been designed with multiple relaxation areas including a luxurious upper lounge deck that is equipped with a chaise lounge and two sunbathing decks.

The cockpit offeres large lounge, extra sofa, dining table for 12 guests, and there is also an option for a huge sunbathing lounge on the fore deck.

The helm station offer great visibility and excellent protection from the elements, and has easy access to the cockpit and upper lounge.

It is worth mentioning that embedded solar panels are conveniently located on the upper aft deck.