YACHTS REVIEW: Catamaran Saba 50


Ultra Sailing presents  the last Fountaine Pajot catamaran model: SABA 50

The Saba 50 is the biggest boat of our « core range », positioned between the Helia 44 and the Sanya 57.
Designed by the naval architect Olivier Racoupeau with the know-how of the Fountaine Pajot design office and inspired by his small brother, the Helia 44, the Saba 50 is answering to the worldwide demands for this kind of catamaran : more comfort, more brightness without forgetting the performance – a Fountaine Pajot must.
The space has been highly optimized in order to provide magnificent accommodation.


Length: 14,98m
Beam: 7,98m
Draft: 1,15m
Light displacement: 15,7t
Main sail area: 74,05m²
Genoa area: 52,60m2
Mast clearance: 22,44m
Engines: 2x50HP or 2x75HP
Fuel tank: 940 liters
Water tank: 700 liters / 185 US gallons
Naval architect: Berret – Racoupeau

The best points:

-Volume optimization: huge living areas
-Design = livable & sociable cockpit-saloon area
-Performance cruising cat
-Huge forward and upper lounge
-Many relaxing area
-A protected high-visibility steering station connected directly to the cockpit & lounge deck
-Cockpit facing galley
-A lot of brightness
-Best value for money on 50’ market

The basic price of the new Saba 50 is 575.000€
Please find general pictures below with main explanations.

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