Overview

Make Fountaine Pajot
Model Orana 44
Year 2009
Overall Length 44'
Price $330,000 USD
New/Used Used
Class Catamaran
Hull Material Fiberglass
Beam 24' 1"
Number of Engines 2
Engine Make Cummins
Fuel Type Diesel
Fuel Tanks 1
Fuel Tank Capacity 105 GAL
Number of Cabins 3
Number of Heads 3
Displacement 30,370 lbs

Description

Are you ready for a comfortable, easy sailing life?

Meet: 2009 Fountaine Pajot Orana 44 Maestro "Littles Hobo"

 “Maestro” is a popular Owner’s Version (“Maestro”) Catamaran from the well-respected French factory, Fountaine Pajot and the world-famous design team of Joubert – Nivelt.  The first thing you notice when you board this vessel is the curves. From the steps aft to the port holes forward, to cabinetry throughout you do not have to worry about stabbing a hip bone under way. Honestly, I don’t know why more builders don’t make this happen. So, that give you an idea about the build quality of this boat. Yes, it’s a production boat but they put lots of love into it, too.

The double lounging space greets you starboard and is a great reading spot in the shade with a friend. Wow! And room for the whole anchorage for sundowners in the spacious cockpit. The elevated semi-flybridge helm station seats two {maybe three) and allows for conversation with the party below. All the sail lines (except the halyards) lead to the helm for easy single-handed sailing.  There is plenty of elbow room for winching starboard of the helm for a helpful crew member. Visibility from the helm is excellent!

Transition from the cockpit to the saloon is seamless with no steps or obstructions but there is a hidden. covered well for sea splashes and mop water. The double-door to the saloon enlarges the outdoor living space. The galley is conveniently located starboard for easy prep, serving and being a part of the crowd. Ventilation is provided above the sink area but far enough away not to interfere with the stove top flame. Thank you, Jouber – Nivelt! There is also air available from two front port holes and corner fans. Lots of prep space, serving space and storage in this efficent u-shaped kitchen.

The owner’s side has an island style bed and two reading lights. This means you do not have to crawl all over the sheets just to make the bed or disturb your neighbor to turn on the light. The bathroom has a separate shower to keep things dry. Forward, is a well-organized storage area or workshop. The guest cabins have semi-island style beds meaning one side has easy access, which is not common in a lot of 44 ft. boats. Also, the heads have their own separate showers as well. The sleeping areas have so many cubby holes for stashing shoes, clothing, books or just keeping reading glasses within easy reach.

On deck, the windows are tapered to avoid trip traps when going forward to quickly grab a line or catch a mooring ball. There is a huge access point for the anchor windlass and lounging room on the trampoline (replaced in 2020!) to watch the stars at night. The sturdy coach roof holds the solar panels and gives you access to the main sail as needed.

"Littlest Hobo" has received loads of upgrades in recent years and is ready to explore to tropical beaches and coves the world over!

Contact Paul Gallant for more information! 

Listing Broker: Paul Gallant

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The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.