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The Lipari 41 from Fountaine Pajot could be characterized as a typical cruising cat for its size. It has spacious accommodations, relatively high freeboard, a raised saloon with excellent visibility, and comes with a choice of layouts. And like similar cruising cats, it may not sail to weather like a narrow monohull, but off the wind, it’ll leave all but full-bore racing monohulls in the dust.

The Lipari also follows some of the newest design trends in cruising cats. It has significant headroom below and essential bridgedeck clearance that comes at the cost of increased windage. It’s also available in a three- or four-cabin configuration, with the three-cabin layout dedicating the entire starboard hull to the owner’s digs. Also, instead of the canvas bimini raised above the saloon’s coach roof that you’ll find on older cats, the Lipari follows the trend of simply extending the saloon coach roof over what could be called the cockpit but might more accurately be termed the “exterior lounge area.” You lose the “pillbox slit” between coach roof and bimini that’s found on older cats and retain visibility forward through the saloon windows and through the hatch in the roof for the raised helm station. The large cockpit roof also provides a solid and unbroken platform on which the crew can handle the mainsail and mount solar panels. The helm station centralizes the running rigging and provides seamless access to the deck as well as sightlines to the boat’s perimeter, or at least most of it.

The significant differences between the Lipari and other cats rest in devilish details and chosen compromises. Fountaine Pajot’s decks and hulls are PVC cored and vacuum bagged. The decks are among the biggest resin-infused parts in the world, and all tabbing and other construction details I looked at appeared clean and well executed. The Lipari is generally lighter and a bit more performance oriented than some of the other cats in its size range. Its sail area-to-displacement ratio also is a little higher than the other cats, providing a bit more power per pound. And by keeping freeboard just a touch lower and utilizing the increasingly popular and highly efficient full-battened square-headed mainsail, the mast height can be lower than similarly sized cats. This lowers the center of effort and reduces pitching. When it’s all added up, the Lipari 41 is spacious and comfortable both inside and out, and it’s no slouch under sail.

The 41’s performance orientation results in appointments that are slightly more minimal than those aboard the competition. The light and airy interior has a contemporary flair that one of Cruising World’s Boat of the Year judges described as IKEA-like. An example? The shower in the owner’s hull takes up a portion of the hull but is only partially partitioned; to take a shower, you must first snake a removable sink faucet through a hole in the partition to serve as the showerhead. Elsewhere, some lockers lack doors or covers. The interior is lightweight, and functional, but those wedded to traditional looks and fancy cabinetry may miss them on this boat. Also, if you’re heading offshore, where the world sometimes turns into a carnival ride, you may want more robust gear retainers and a few more handholds.

That said, the layout is spacious and workable. The berths are all large, and the cabins are well ventilated. Thanks to a flared chine inboard and above the waterline, the forward berths are even a little wider than you’ll find on many similarly sized cats. Some folks may bemoan crawling over the berth ends, but once you’re in, you’ll enjoy greater berth width and security. The galley features a stainless-steel double sink, a three-burner stove and separate oven, and good stowage space. The settee is simple and provides comfortable seating for four to six people. It also doubles as a good sea berth that’s handy to the cockpit. The nav station is adequate to modern needs.

The deck layout works pretty well, although taller BOTY judges knocked noggins on the cockpit roof, particularly when en route to the port side deck. On the positive side, the large sliding glass companionway door can be locked open to create a seamless transition between inside and outside. Lifelines and stanchions are sized properly, and the stanchions are securely bolted through a molded toerail. The engine hatches are well above water, and they open athwartships so the crew can work on the engines in any weather.

The anchoring system deploys the hook from its rollers that exit the fairing just forward of the main beam. Halyard tails are designed to fall into these large lockers, too, but owners will likely want to install halyard bags or bins to keep loose tails from becoming entangled with ground tackle, and the large locker top might better be divided to reduce windage when open.

It was pretty boisterous off Annapolis, Maryland, when we finally got out for our test sail of the Lipari 41 after the U.S. Sailboat Show. But once we got a reef tucked into the main, the Lipari stood up to the bashing briny, blasting along at 9 to 10 knots in 22 knots of wind with higher gusts. It also maneuvered easily and tacked from reach to reach without any hint of stalling. The seas were quite choppy, but we experienced no bridgedeck pounding.

Since the engines are placed well aft, the stern sections are full enough to keep the transoms from dragging. The placement of the engines also helps minimize the maintenance mess and engine noise in the aft cabins. Thanks to the boat’s twin 20-horsepower Volvo diesels (30-horsepower engines are optional), we wheeled about under power like a dancer and steamed at an easy 7 to 8 knots at 2,200 to 3,200 rpm. The boat’s significant tankage and battery capacity makes long-range cruising possible whether the wind blows or not. With less than 4 feet of draft, the Lipari can also sneak into shallow gunkholes as well.

If the latest tendency in cruising-cat design is to combine good sailing performance with minimal yet ultracomfortable interior accommodations, then the Lipari 41 is heading in the right direction.

Steve Callahan is a veteran CW BOTY judge.

LOA 39′ 2″ (11.89 m.) LWL 38′ 8″ (11.79 m.) Beam 22′ 1″ (6.73 m.) Draft 3′ 8″ (1.12 m.) Sail Area (100%) 726 sq. ft. (71.1 sq. m.) Displacement 21,605 lb. (9,800 kg.) D/L 164 SA/D 15.8 Water 140 gal. (530 l.) Fuel 80 gal. (303 l.) Holding 30 gal. (114 l.) Mast Height 58′ 7″ (12.05 m.) Engines Two 20-hp. Volvos (30-hp. optional) Designer Joubert-Nivelt Architects Sailaway Price $358,495

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National origin:- Soviet Union Role:- Fighter Interceptor Manufacturer:- Mikoyan-Gurevich Designer:- First flight:- 29th October 1940 Introduction:- 1941 Status:- Retired 1945 Produced:- 1940-1941 Number built:- 3,422 Primary users:- Soviet Air Forces (VVS); Soviet Air Defence Forces (PVO); Soviet Naval Aviation Developed from:- Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-1 Variants:- Mikoyan-Gurevich I-211 Operational history MiG-3s were delivered to frontline fighter regiments beginning in the spring of 1941 and were a handful for pilots accustomed to the lower-performance and docile Polikarpov I-152 and I-153 biplanes and the Polikarpov I-16 monoplane. It remained tricky and demanding to fly even after the extensive improvements made over the MiG-1. Many fighter regiments had not kept pace in training pilots to handle the MiG and the rapid pace of deliveries resulted in many units having more MiGs than trained pilots during the German invasion. By 1 June 1941, 1,029 MIG-3s were on strength, but there were only 494 trained pilots. In contrast to the untrained pilots of the 31st Fighter Regiment, those of the 4th Fighter Regiment were able to claim three German high-altitude reconnaissance aircraft shot down before war broke out in June 1941. However high-altitude combat of this sort was to prove to be uncommon on the Eastern Front where most air-to-air engagements were at altitudes well below 5,000 metres (16,000 ft). At these altitudes the MiG-3 was outclassed by the Bf 109 in all respects, and even by other new Soviet fighters such as the Yakovlev Yak-1. Furthermore, the shortage of ground-attack aircraft in 1941 forced it into that role as well, for which it was totally unsuited. Pilot Alexander E. Shvarev recalled: "The Mig was perfect at altitudes of 4,000 m and above. But at lower altitudes it was, as they say, 'a cow'. That was the first weakness. The second was its armament: weapons failure dogged this aircraft. The third weakness was its gunsights, which were inaccurate: that's why we closed in as much as we could and fired point blank." On 22 June 1941, most MiG-3s and MiG-1s were in the border military districts of the Soviet Union. The Leningrad Military District had 164, 135 were in the Baltic Military District, 233 in the Western Special Military District, 190 in the Kiev Military District and 195 in the Odessa Military District for a total of 917 on hand, of which only 81 were non-operational. An additional 64 MiGs were assigned to Naval Aviation, 38 in the Air Force of the Baltic Fleet and 26 in the Air Force of the Black Sea Fleet. The 4th and 55th Fighter Regiments had most of the MiG-3s assigned to the Odessa Military District and their experiences on the first day of the war may be taken as typical. The 4th, an experienced unit, shot down a Romanian Bristol Blenheim reconnaissance bomber, confirmed by postwar research, and lost one aircraft which crashed into an obstacle on takeoff. The 55th was much less experienced with the MiG-3 and claimed three aircraft shot down, although recent research confirms only one German Henschel Hs 126 was 40% damaged, and suffered three pilots killed and nine aircraft lost. The most unusual case was the pair of MiG-3s dispatched from the 55th on a reconnaissance mission to PloieÅŸti that failed to properly calculate their fuel consumption and both were forced to land when they ran out of fuel. Most of the MiG-3s assigned to the interior military districts were transferred to the PVO where their lack of performance at low altitudes was not so important. On 10 July 299 were assigned to the PVO, the bulk of them belonging to the 6th PVO Corps at Moscow, while only 293 remained with the VVS, and 60 with the Naval Air Forces, a total of only 652 despite deliveries of several hundred aircraft. By 1 October, on the eve of the German offensive towards Moscow codenamed Operation Typhoon, only 257 were assigned to VVS units, 209 to the PVO, and 46 to the Navy, a total of only 512, a decrease of 140 fighters since 10 July, despite deliveries of over a thousand aircraft in the intervening period. By 5 December, the start of the Soviet counter-offensive that drove the Germans back from the gates of Moscow, the Navy had 33 MiGs on hand, the VVS 210, and the PVO 309. This was a total of 552, an increase of only 40 aircraft from 1 October. Over the winter of 1941-42 the Soviets transferred all of the remaining MiG-3s to the Navy and PVO so that on 1 May 1942 none were left on strength with the VVS. By 1 May 1942, Naval Aviation had 37 MiGs on strength, while the PVO had 323 on hand on 10 May. By 1 June 1944, the Navy had transferred all its aircraft to the PVO, which reported only 17 on its own strength, and all of those were gone by 1 January 1945. Undoubtedly more remained in training units and the like, but none were assigned to combat units by then.

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    Fountaine Pajot Yachts was founded in 1976 by Jean Francois Fountaine, a well-known Olympic sailor. The boatyard launched its first sailing catamaran in 1983 and its first power cruising catamaran in 1998. Today, the French company is based in La Rochelle and continues to build both power and sailing cruising multihulls.

  2. Fountaine Pajot boats for sale

    1 (844) 567-3087 Fountaine Pajot Astrea 42 Annapolis, Maryland 2024 $908,121 Seller Atlantic Cruising Yachts 11 1 (844) 567-3087 Fountaine Pajot Power 67 Annapolis, Maryland 2023 $4,076,610 Seller Atlantic Cruising Yachts 14 (844) 567-3087 Sponsored Boats Fountaine Pajot SABA 50 ATHENS, Greece 2019

  3. Used Fountaine Pajot Catamarans for Sale

    Since 1976, the Fountaine Pajot shipyard in France has been producing world-class yachts for discriminating boaters around the globe. Founded in 1976 by Jean-François Fountaine, Yves Pajot and Daniel Givon, the shipyard introduced its first sailing catamaran in 1983 and started building motor yachts in 1998. Fountaine Pajot also builds Taiti Day Charter catamarans exclusively for the charter ...

  4. Luxury sailing catamarans

    Luxury sailing catamarans | Fountaine Pajot - Family adventures Our Catamarans Catamaran Isla 40 Catamaran Astréa 42 Available in electric Catamaran Elba 45 Available in electric Catamaran Tanna 47 Catamaran Aura 51 Available in electric Catamaran Samana 59 Catamaran Alegria 67 Catamaran Thira 80 See all the models Compare models

  5. Catamarans Fountaine Pajot à vendre

    2024 Fountaine Pajot Alegria 67. Trouvez 320 des catamarans Fountaine Pajot en vente sur YachtWorld. Une vaste gamme de bateaux d'occasion privés et de concessionnaires à vendre près de chez vous.

  6. Catamarans à voile de luxe

    C'est l'occasion idéal pour découvrir et visiter notre gamme Fountaine Pajot Sailing Catamarans.

  7. Fountaine Pajot Athena 38 boats for sale

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  8. Fountaine Pajot Bahia 46 boats for sale

    2005 Fountaine Pajot Bahia 46. US$380,242. US $3,003/mo. MEDIA SHIP INTERNATIONAL | Italia, Cuneo. <. 1. >. Find Fountaine Pajot Bahia 46 boats for sale in your area & across the world on YachtWorld. Offering the best selection of Fountaine Pajot boats to choose from.

  9. 2010 FOUNTAINE PAJOT FP-Summerland 40 (40ft)-Used power Catamaran for

    Fly is 3/4 enclosed with isenglass in the front (2021). Teak molded steps to walk around to front deck, huge anchor pit with 2x 35lbs anchors, one if the with 200´ of 3/8 " chain. Spare with combination of rode and chain. Lofran windlass. The Fountaine-Pajot Summerland 40 is designed as a modern efficient cruising trawler with comfort and ...

  10. Fountaine Pajot

    14,500 Fountaine Pajot and Dufour boats sailing across the globe 60 years Fountaine Pajot/Dufour history and expertise, constantly creating new ambitions 1,200 Passionate team members working every day to build exceptional boats 100% Of our fleet of sailing catamarans & yachts equipped with hybrid powertrains by 2030 Webcast

  11. Boat Review: Fountaine Pajot Lipari 41

    Fountaine Pajot has been building catamarans for more than 30 years. Over that time, the company's boats have changed in evolutionary steps rather than quantum leaps, with hundreds of them being field-tested every day in charter fleets around the world.

  12. Luxury catamaran sailboat Isla 40

    Sailing catamarans range. Catamaran Isla 40. Compare this model. Ask for a sea trial. The Isla 40 is the perfect cruising catamaran for family cruising. This 40-foot catamaran retains all the best features of the Lucia 40 and offers superb interiors.

  13. Fountaine Pajot Lipari 41 Catamaran Review

    The latest cruising cat from Fountaine Pajot has both speed and style to burn. A review from our June 2010 issue. The Lipari 41 from Fountaine Pajot could be characterized as a typical cruising cat for its size. It has spacious accommodations, relatively high freeboard, a raised saloon with excellent visibility, and comes with a choice of layouts.

  14. Luxury power catamarans

    Discover the Fountaine Pajot Power 67 luxury catamaran - Enjoy the pleasures of the sea on a stunning long-range yacht. Menu Fountaine Pajot - Motor ... Fountaine Pajot met up with owners of Sailing Catamarans and Motor Yachts to mark this special occasion. Discover the event. News. 25 Sep 2023. Fountaine Pajot reveals a new 80-foot power ...

  15. Fountaine Pajot

    14 500 Bateaux Fountaine Pajot et Dufour qui naviguent aux 4 coins du monde 60 ans D'histoire et de savoir-faire Fountaine Pajot/Dufour et de nouvelles ambitions 1 200 Passionnés qui œuvrent chaque jour pour construire des bateaux d'exception 100 % De la flotte de catamarans à voile & voiliers équipés de moteurs hybrides d'ici 2030 Actualité

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    Cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin became the first person in space, on April 12, 1961. Born on March 9, 1934, as a young man he experienced a meteoric rise from tradesman and tractor specialist to pilot ...

  17. Fountaine Pajot Lipari 41 boats for sale

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  18. Catamaran de croisière

    Catamaran Tanna 47. Comparer ce modèle. Demander un essai. Tanna 47, un catamaran à voile de luxe de 47 pieds signé Fountaine Pajot. Design, élégant en navigation comme au mouillage avec des lignes racées et toniques.

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    Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-3. MiG-3s were delivered to frontline fighter regiments beginning in the spring of 1941 and were a handful for pilots accustomed to the lower-performance and docile Polikarpov I-152 and I-153 biplanes and the Polikarpov I-16 monoplane. It remained tricky and demanding to fly even after the extensive improvements made over ...

  21. Catamaran sailboats designed for ocean cruising

    A feel for the sea: sailboats first and foremost. What do the 4,000 Fountaine Pajot cruising catamarans produced over almost 50 years have in common? They really can sail! Because that's what they were designed for. In recent decades, a trend toward extravagant interior design has made some forget that a sailboat is primarily designed for ...

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    A major fire broke out at a tire manufacturing plant in Russia's Lyubertsy, Moscow region, as the hangar caught fire during welding operations, resulting in a blaze covering an area of 1200 square meters. Firefighters were immediately dispatched to the emergency scene and are diligently working to control the massive blaze.