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Asia Marine presents Fountaine Pajot’s new Salina 48 Evolution
Written by Administrator    Saturday, 07 December 2013 10:06    PDF Print E-mail
Asia Marine presents Fountaine Pajot's new Salina 48 Evolution Asia Marine presents Fountaine Pajot's new Salina 48 Evolution
Asia Marine presents Fountaine Pajot's new Salina 48 Evolution
Fountaine Pajot presents a new version of the
Salina 48 Evolution

The Salina 48 Evolution is a luxurious boat furnished with the best equipment on the market. She provides top level comfort with the finest materials and craftsmanship. The upgraded interior is designed by Jean-Jaques Coste and is inspired by the Fountaine Pajot Flagship Range yachts such as the luxurious Galathea 65.

Asia Marine presents Fountaine Pajot's new Salina 48 Evolution Choosing elegance:
1) Intelligent choices made for the crew and the helmsman.

The saloon and cockpit are on the same level for ease of movement, with a single entrance and no steps. The whole area is wide open, doubling the living space. The raised steering station can seat three people. Linked to the cockpit, access is direct, protecting the helmsman but not isolating him from the rest of the crew.

The perfect positioning of the instrument console at the steering station avoids the need leave the helm.

An extremely pleasant and comfortable sundeck lies behind the cockpit, for use while moored or when sailing.

2) Performance: The boat's length (48ft/14.30m) means it is streamlined with a very low centre of gravity for comfort and safety at sea. The generous 136 square meter sail plan prevents pitching in rough seas.

Easy to Sail: With an upwind sail area of 1410 sq ft, CST mainsail and central controls at the helm station, the Salina 48 evolution is extremely easy to sail. The helm station is integrated with the cockpit for comfort and safety.

Ultimate comfort at anchor: Enjoy easy, relaxed and comfortable living when underway or at anchor with the huge cockpit and saloon flowing seamlessly onto each other, providing direct communication with the helmsman.

3) Stylish and spacious saloon:
With generous, well-defined areas including a sleek dining table, plush seating, a comprehensive and airy galley, and forward facing navigation station, the spacious saloon represents true design brilliance.

4) The SALINA 48 Evolution is available in two models: Quator: Four cabins and bathrooms with up to 11 berths (not including the saloon).

A New Maestro Version: a private suite with lavatory in the starboard hull, sufficient laundry capacity for ocean-going journeys, and two fully-equipped cabins in the portside hull for two guest couples. The SALINA 48 Evolution benefits from a new Owner's hull, with a true private suite for ultimate comfort on board. The entirely private hull is furnished with the finest wood cabinetry, with a large island bed, a bureau, a library and an completely new bathroom. This bathroom is beautifully redesigned to offer more privacy, has a shower separated by a translucent panel, a designer-style free standing wash basin, and a spacious wall cabinet with mirrors on both doors. In the portside hull there are two full cabins for two guest couples.

Asia Marine presents Fountaine Pajot's new Salina 48 Evolution Specification:
Length: 46.9 ft
Beam: 25.26 ft
Draft: 3.6 ft
Displacement: 10.8T
Mainsail area: 839.592 sq.ft
Genoa area: 570 sq.ft
Engines: 2 x 40 HP
Fuel: Approx 126.8 gallons
Water: Approx 198.1 gallons
Quator version: 4 double cabins + 1 gangway berth + 2 forepeaks
Maestro version: 1 owner's hull + 2 double cabins + 1 gangway berth
Architects: Berret/Racoupeau
For more information please contact:
Vincent Tabuteau
Asia Marine Ltd
Mobile: +66 81 827 6075
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www.asia-marine.net