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Lavezzi 40
Bareboat Charter
Catamarans
Sailing
Turkey And Greece

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The four cabin, two bath, Lavezzi 40
evidences the technological and architectural prominence of Fountaine Pajot,
a leading builder of bareboat charter catamarans. The cockpit features a lounging area
close to the helm as well as an outdoor dining area with seating for eight. Salon woodwork in chart table, galley, furnishings, and flooring combine to make this central space luminous and warm. Cabin beds are extra-wide compared to other catamarans of the same size, and each cabin is ventilated with forward-facing overhead hatch and side-scuttle. Twin engines have been installed in aft holds independent of the cabins. Sail area is generous at 968 square feet, while genoa winches are positioned to keep the cockpit clear.
Lavezzi 40 charter catamarans sailing Turkey and Greece can be handled by one person with ease.

Technical Specifications

Length Over All: 39.1 ft
Beam: 21.4 ft
Draft: 3.6 ft
Displacement: 13,670 lbs
Sail Area: 968 sq ft
Engines: (2) 29 hp
Water Tanks: 150 gal
Fuel Tanks: 65 gal

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Equipment

Lazy-Jack Main,
Furling Headsail, Gennaker,
Bimini Top,
Autopilot, GPS,
Electric Windlass,
VHF Radio-Telephone,
CD Stereo Music System,
Dingy w/Outboard

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