Radical cat

Pajot Custom Yachts has revealed a 33.6-metre eco catamaran sailing yacht concept, introduced as the Catamaran 110.

16 July 2020


Involved in the design of highly innovative racing multihulls since 1980, sailor Marc Pajot, Olympic medallist, winner of the 1982 Route du Rhum and twice semi-finalist in the America’s Cup, is presenting a new superyacht catamaran project.

Resulting from the collaboration of a team of specialists, the Pajot Custom Yachts 110′ catamaran is a combination of new and coordinated concepts.

The assembly of the hull structure and the aluminium nacelle, the composite coach roof and flybridge superstructures and the carbon rig, embellished with these new design features,  achieve all the functions and attributes of a superyacht.

“First-class seakeeping, ease of handling and use with luxurious comfort are combined on this catamaran,” says Pajot.

The 14.12 metre beam provides an interior living area of more than 200-square-metres, and   The fittings and the interior style are “custom” and can be adapted to be exclusive and correspond to the owner’s personality.


The catamaran features a Jacuzzi on the main deck forward and counter current swimming pool aft, with outdoor entertainment areas forward and aft of the flybridge.

Layouts and 3D rendering confer this idea of comfort and performance, with the unique feature of two very beautiful aft VIP cabins, giving access to a large Beach club.

As Pajot explains: “This is the birth of a real E yacht.”

“No more heavy, complicated, fuel-consuming and noisy yachts. Catamaran hulls with low hydrodynamic drag, a simple and efficient sail system, a large source of solar and hydraulic energy associated with hybrid-electric propulsion bring technology to the service of ecology.”

Several shipyards with a strong international reputation are currently being consulted.



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