Flagship Luxury & Comfort
The Fountaine Pajot Samana 59 will take your breath away with her formidable size, brazenly distinctive style and a whole new level of luxury and comfort. All eyes are on this enchanting flagship luxury catamaran as she seductively captures imaginations wherever she goes.
Whether entertaining a spirited crowd or seeking out unparalleled moments of privacy and solitude, the 59’s carefully designed spaces serve equally well. A transformative sailing experience awaits aboard the new Fountaine Pajot 59, an unmatched celebration of life at sea.
Open-Air Entertaining Perfection
Crew and guests alike will gravitate to the sweeping flybridge aboard the new Fountaine Pajot 59. Not only is it the largest flybridge in its class, but perhaps the most decadent. Dining, enjoying cocktails, and lounging in the sun, can be enjoyed by all thanks to plush wraparound seating and double sunbeds. An optional hardtop bimini provides shade, while the wet bar and grill make outdoor serving a breeze. There’s plenty of room at the helm with double bench seating and ample space for crew to work alongside the captain.
The forward cockpit’s extraordinary lounge area features wraparound seating for a crowd and modular sunbathing area – all easily accessed from both the foredeck and the saloon.
To aft, a luxurious cockpit supports entertaining in comfort and ease, whether dining, lounging or interacting with the swimmers and sunbathers on the wide transom steps and swim platform.
Once inside, modern lines, luxury finishes and wide open spaces abound both in the saloon and staterooms below. Panoramic windows flood the saloon with natural light and plush seating invites long relaxed conversations or settling in with a good book. The Maestro version boasts a spectacularly spacious master suite, with a large bed perfectly situated to take advantage of expansive hull windows. The en suite bath features a separate shower, and a door for direct access to the aft cockpit.
The Maestro version also offers your choice of the popular “galley up” option with galley in the saloon, or the “galley down” layout often preferred by crewed charter operators.
Available cabin configurations support a 4-, 5- or 6-cabin layout.