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Fountaine Pajot Tobago 35

Photo: G. Martin-Raget / Y. Ronzier.
Photo: G. Martin-Raget / Y. Ronzier.
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Boat Details
Beam 19 ft 2 inMax Draft 3 ft 1 in 
Dry Weight 8800 lbHull Material Fiberglass 
Hull Shape CatamaranEngine Inboard 
Fuel DieselHorsepower (total) 20.00 hp 
Fuel Capacity 37 galLength at Waterline 32 ft 3 in LWL 
Cabin Headroom 6 ft 2 inWater Capacity 66 gal 
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Detailed Specs
Designer M. Joubert - B. Nivelt    
Keel Attributes #1      
Keel Type Low_Aspect_Ratio_Fin    
Mast Height 50 ftNumber of Engines 2 
Number of Berths 6    


Naturally convivial, the Tobago 35 gathers the galley and the navigation table in the saloon. This allows you to enjoy the superb panoramic view while cooking or navigating, protected from the heat by the over-hang located outside on the roof. The hulls, entirely dedicated to the cabins and the head, remain private (owner's cabin with head and shower on port side, two guest cabins on starboard side). Naturally seaworthy, the Tobago 35 is an innovative-looking sailing vessel. Take the helm and appreciate the power. With the autopilot and the raised platform, you can have a drink away from the motion of the waves. Every Fountaine Pajot is built to the highest ISO 9002 European standard for offshore yachts, incorporating vacuum-bagging construction and careful hand lay-up with sophisticated high-strength resins which results in an extremely high strength-to-weight ratio. The keels are fixed and filled with foam, protecting the rudders and shafts. Should they strike a reef or submerged object they harmlessly break away without allowing water intrusion. Fountaine Pajot catamarans use nets forward and eliminate weight in the forward hulls to prevent pitching and aid bow recovery in heavy seas. Flat deck spaces, and especially the relatively flat coach roof, make it comfortable and easy to move around and handle sails. A unique, patented feature is the eyebrow overhang of the coach roof over the window areas. This prevents the high sun from creating a greenhouse effect inside the boat.