Fountaine Pajot Saba 50 Catamaran Review

Saba 50 sailing catamaran

The SABA 50 is the biggest sailing catamaran of the Fountaine Pajot core sailing range before the flagship range, the Sanya 57 and the Victoria 67. Designed by the naval architect Olivier Racoupeau, the Saba 50 has the same excellent optimization of space and weight as the highly successful sistership, Helia 44. The designers also paid the same special attention to comfort, elegance, and performance. The result is quite simply a beautiful sailing catamaran that sails remarkably well and is priced at +/- 593,000 Euro base price, well below the main competitors. Don’t miss the walk-through and test sail video of Saba 50 below. See our 50ft Catamaran Models Comparisons.

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SABA 50 Sailing Catamaran Specifications

Length: 14.98m
Beam: 7.98m
Draft: 1.15m
Light displacement: 15.7t
Main sail area: 74.05m²
Genoa area: 52.60m2
Mast clearance: 22,44m
Engines: 2x50HP or 2x75HP
Fuel tank: 940 liters
Water tank: 700 liters / 185 US gallons
Naval architect: Berret – Racoupeau

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Favorite Saba 50 Features

  • Volume optimization: huge living areas
  • Design = livable & sociable cockpit-saloon area
  • Performance cruising catamaran
  • Huge forward and upper lounge
  • A protected high-visibility steering station connected directly to the cockpit & lounge deck
  • A lot of brightness
  • Best value for money on 50′ market

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