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Best Catamaran Sailboats – 3 Most Popular Cruising Catamarans!

Having A sailing vacation on a catamaran is without any doubt a great choice, but choosing the right catamaran may be sometimes overwhelming.So, let’s take a look at this article who explain clearly what are the best catamaran sailboats to sail with!

Most of us know that a Catamaran is a sailing yacht that operates on a frame that is joined with two hulls and that these types of boats can be powered by a motor or use a sail.

Today these beautiful catamarans are extremely used by people that love to take a sailing expedition or have a wonderful adventure on seas.

Open deck, bridge deck cabin cruisers, and beach catamarans are just some of the various types that can be purchased. The most popular ones on the market are the Nautitech, Fountaine Pajot, and Lagoon catamarans. Each of these has their own unique qualities that allow them to be and stay in high demand.

 

 

Nautitech

Nautitech was founded in 1994 and continues to produce in high quantities. In France, it has been observed as a high producer, if not the highest producer of catamarans all over the world.

Considered a fine yacht, it’s known for high-performance ability, class, and comfort. This company also boasts having very safe measures when creating their line so sailing takes on a new and ingenious atmosphere knowing the waters are safe to travel in their gorgeous yachts.

Nautitech has a high production rate when it comes to their line of catamarans. There are many people that seek them out all over the world.

Owners are extremely satisfied with the excellent maneuverability of this company’s catamarans and there are exceptional levels of finish and quality making these models completely pleasing to the eyes.

 

Fountaine Pajot

Fountaine Pajot began its operations in 1976. In 1998, they introduced the first cruising catamaran utilizing power. In 2008, they developed their Flagship line.

The company has also created a special line of catamarans that use renewable energy sources. This renewable energy source is used to help with the environment instead of using regular power. They call this the ‘eco concept’ and have become known for it all over the world.

There are two sites that Fountaine Pajot has their operations in that produce the catamarans on a regular basis. These are the La Rochelle and the Aigrefeuille sites.

The La Rochelle Site produces the power catamarans and the Flagship sailing catamarans that create a tremendous allure for many people that love catamarans.

 The Airgrefeuille Site produces the cruising catamaran core line, which is always in high demand.

 

Lagoon Catamarans

Lagoon started their operations in 1984. They produce quite a bit of the catamarans on the market today enjoying a high success rate in their business. Their line is known for excellent craftsmanship and desirability.

Thanks to the innovative looks to their catamarans, owners are pleased to have the luxury to be one of those who can travel in one of them or own them.

Built for safety and speed, they can be taken on long and short sailing adventures in all types of water conditions. The look of the Lagoon catamaran is striking.

It is meant to please even the most discerning eye. Gorgeous interiors are a favorite for many catamaran seekers boasting fantastic decors and striking outdoor concepts are favorable in the waters with sleek masts, hulls, and sails.

 

 

Conclusion

Now you know the reasons why Nautitech, Fountaine Pajot, and Lagoon catamarans are the most popular sailing yacht in the industry. These catamarans will take anyone who seeks out unforgettable sailing adventures with family and couple of friends amongst the finest destinations in the world.

These are the true shining ones that give boaters a sense of pride and joy, as ownership of these beauties creates a sense of awe and wonderment.

 

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Have you already sailed one of these beautiful catamarans? I would be more than happy to share some of your experiences and speak about it. Please let me know in the comments below.

16 COMMENTS

  1. the way you explained these catamarans is amazing you broke each one down individually and your visuals where great makes me want to go on a cruise or buy one

    • Hi David,
      Thanks for passing by and for the complement.
      I would suggest you to charter one of them first before buying!
      Have a great day

  2. Hi I haven’t sailed in one of these particular catamarans, though I have sailed in catamarans. The motion of a catamaran is completely different to that of a yacht, but there is something very special about sitting on the net between the two hulls and watching the water speed by underneath. They are great for dropping anchor and swimming off the stern too, also very spacious. All round good fun. Thanks for this article about the three most popular cruising catamarans.

    • Hi Annie,

      I am glad you share your experiences Annie. Yes I agree with you, the motion is different, but the catamaran is extremely comfortable, stable and spacious.
      My children and I was jumping all over the net . We just loved it!
      I would recommend these Cats to anyone.
      Have an awesome day

  3. I have always had a dream to do some sailing. It feels like it’s out of my league. Such a beautiful catamarans. Thanks for sharing.

    • Hi Vic,
      Thank you for passing by and for the complement Vic, Dreams makes us do things we never though we would do. So, keep dreaming!
      Have a great day

  4. Lovely and exciting site! We are headed to Greece and turkey next month and are planning to do some island hopping…going on a catamaran around there would be spectacular. We did that in Fiji one year and would love to do it again.

    Will definitely come back to your site for more info :o)

    Warmest Wishes, Amber

    • Hi Amber,

      This is a great choice! Greece and Turkey are beautiful places to visit especially by boat
      Any time Amber , I am here to help you.
      Have a wonderful day

  5. I really don’t know much about sailing, catamarans and all that. I do love the look of the catamarans and can imagine a day out in the sea enjoying a sunny day drinking a cocktail… One can only dram! Now seriously, being a green kind of girl if I had to buy one it would be the Foutaine Pajot as it used renewable energy sources. However, I can imagine you need to have some kind of sailing licence to operate these machines, where do you get one?

    • Hi Ana,

      You need an International bareboat skipper certification to charter a yacht on your own, and for this, you must do theory and practice course.
      The best courses are at the RYA “The Royal Yachting Association”

      I hope this helped
      Have a great day!

  6. I’m a huge fan of the Lagoons and the FPs. Just curious though, why didn’t Leopard make the list. The Leopard 39 is my dream machine!

    • Hi again Chris,

      They did! The Leopard cats were built by Robertson & Caine and in addition, in 1998 they were the charter yachts of the year! Some of charter companies offers a wide range of Leopard catamaran throughout the world.
      They now have a big list of Leopard power catamarans which are extremely successful! The Leopard 43 is an exceptional powercat. The interior has been up dated and is absolutely beautiful.
      Have a great day and keep sailing!

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