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2020 Fountaine Pajot Saona 47



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Saint George, Grenada
  • 3 Staterooms
  • 3 Heads
  • 2 Engines

2020 47 Fountaine Pajot Saona 47 Maestro Super Fly. This 47 Fountain Pajot with Comfort Package – Never Chartered! Immaculately maintained and postitioned in Grenada Super Fly is perhaps the most customized Saona 47 ever built. She has been optimized for Blue-Water long-range cruising and comfort. With only 950 hours on her upgraded 60hp Volvo's, she still has the "New Boat" smell.

In addition to having every possible factory option, the list of upgrades is extensive including, a separate washer & dryer, water maker, custom Hard-Top, Cockpit “Outdoor Rain-Shower”, and much more detailed below.

  • Last updated Jun 19th, 2024


Quick Specs

Country: Grenada
Category: Catamaran
Model: Saona 47
Model Year: 2020


Cabins: 3
Heads: 3
Sleeps: 8

Hull Information

Hull Material: Fiberglass


Length: 47 ' (14.33M)
Draft: 4' 2" (1.216M)
Beam: 25' 3" (7M)


Displacement 13.8 lbs
Fuel Capacity: 248 G. 938 L.
Water Capacity: 185 G. 700 L.
Holding Tank: G. L.


Engine 1

Engine Make: Volvo Penta
Engine Model: D2-60F
Engine Year: 2020
Engine Type: Inboard
Power HP: 60
Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 950
Engine Location: Port

Engine 2

Engine Make: Volvo Penta
Engine Model: D2-60F
Engine Year: 2020
Engine Type: Inboard
Power HP: 60
Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 950
Engine Location: Starboard


Vessel Walk Through

When Olivier Racoupeau designed The Saona 47, he ushered in a new generation of luxury sailing catamarans. The first thing you’ll notice is the modern profile enhanced by her “Reverse-Plumb” bow along with the “Reverse-Sheer” lines of her decks.

This unique combination gives the Saona 47 a more aggressive yet elegant aesthetic that continues throughout the boat. This profile also contributes to her better sailing performance by increasing her waterline and reducing the aerodynamic drag.

This reverse-sheer also helps increase the interior volume of the hulls by slowly increasing the freeboard until the middle of the hulls. This allows the builder to raise the larger parts of the cabinetry above the waterline without decreasing headroom.

By adopting this more modern design approach, they were able to lower the Waterline Length to beam ratio while increasing the interior volume in the process. This is one of the primary definers of a sailing catamaran’s performance.

Another feature the Saona improved upon is the Roof-Top Lounge area. This generation of designs is maximizing the use of the space. You’ll find this to be one of the best features on board.


The first thing you’ll notice when stepping aboard “Superfly” is the generous space in the cockpit provided by her wide beam of 25’ 4”. The custom Synthetic Teak gives the entire aft section of the boat a real “Yacht” aesthetic. There is a HUGE solid teak cockpit table and bench seating around it along with a great bench across the entire aft section. There is also a fantastic lounge to starboard. This provides ample seating for all of your family, guests, and friends.

An upgrade removable 12v deep freezer was installed in the center bench making her a true blue-water long-range capable cruiser. an additional 12v outlet added outside bench to add an additional freezer if needed.

To starboard aft is a stainless steel grill and a custom sink. To port, a custom outdoor “Rain” shower system was plumbed and installed to be able to rinse after swimming or diving in the water, this is not an available option at the factory. This provides a luxury resort amenity that is a huge improvement over the stock handheld cockpit sprayer, which is also available to use.


  • Custom Stamoid Enclosures, Helm andd Cockpit
  • Custom 12v deep freezer was professionally installed in the center bench
  • Synthetic teak in the cockpit, helm, and skybridge
  • Upgraded Gas Grille
  • Custom Built-in sink next to grill
  • Extra outlets GFC x 2
  • Electric winch at davit
  • Lithium Battery System
  • Doyle Code Zero Sail with Furler
  • Additional Electric Ssail Handling Winch

Cockpit Standard Features:

  • Large cockpit: Circulation without threshold towards the saloon.
  • Access via the transom platforms
  • Transom platform with swimming ladder (at port) & handrail
  • GRP Bimini protecting all the cockpit
  • 8 seat sofa around the table
  • 1 Teak solid cockpit table with a capacity of 8 places (10 places in option)
  • Serving hatch to the galley via sliding bay
  • 1 Large storage area under the sofa
  • 1 fainting sofa with large storage locker
  • 1 Transom sofa with large storage locker
  • 1 Gas chest for 2 bottles
  • Cockpit 75L fridge
  • Additional ventilation and lighting via 1 deck hatch
  • Lighting via 2 waterproof spotlights
  • Barbecue on starboard side aft of the cockpit


The enormous sliding glass doors almost disappear when open creating one huge living space combining both the cockpit and salon seamlessly together.

As you enter the salon, you gain a sense of the scale of the space. By stepping through the combined Salon/Galley’s aft section which includes the upgrade Breville convection microwave and upgraded freezer to starboard to see the large L-Shaped seating that wraps the starboard forward section of the salon with plush seating. The upgraded electric table that converts from a coffee table into a dining table and daybed - additional berth.

To port, the seating continues across the front of the salon. A modern Nav-Station/ command center is to port an upgraded additional VHF/AIS/Garmin monitor at the Nav Station to allow navigation from inside. This allows for a forward-facing workstation, or you can also use it as part of the same seating as the rest of the salon.

The entire salon is bathed in natural light. This is due to the almost 360-degree panoramic windows and the two large skylights in the roof. This provides fantastic visibility while underway including the ability to see the sails.

The custom curtains, sunshade, and honeycomb shade provide warmth to the decor, complete privacy, and significantly reduces the heat when exposed to direct sunlight.

To aft and starboard is a New (2024) Large Samsung Flat Screen LED TV on an upgraded swiveling mount which can swivel 180 degrees for guests in the cockpit to enjoy the TV. The entertainment system was upgraded to a Bose Home Theater Surround system.

Updated the LED accent lights with their separate controls.


The galley is found just as you enter the salon from the cockpit. To port is an L-shaped galley with an island with additional electrical and USA outlets. There is ample countertop space and cabinet space throughout. There is a large 3 burner gas cooktop to port with an opening hatch above for ventilation. Facing aft, you’ll see the glass sliding half door that opens the galley into a bar for the cockpit. The large stainless, double basin dink faces aft. The solid countertops continue above the huge double drawer refrigeration.

The galley continues over to starboard with the optional 90 L Freezer and the built-in Convection Microwave oven.

Standard Equipment in Galley:

  • Galley opened to the outside thanks to a sliding window
  • Ventilation via 1 opening hatch above stovetop
  • Worktop
  • Twin stainless-steel sinks
  • Pressurized hot and cold fresh water system from mixer faucet
  • 1 x 3 burner stove with pan holder
  • 1 stainless gas oven
  • 190L cold storage volume (12V)
  • 2 large cupboards under the sinks accommodating a dishwasher (optionally)
  • 1 storage behind the burner stove
  • 1cupboard under the burner stove
  • 1 cutlery drawer, 2 drawers for pots & pans
  • 1 central “island” with cupboard and a top accessed trash can, bags removed through a separate door
  • Storage spaces underneath the floor
  • 4 spotlights
  • Breville "smart" microwave oven to starboard above the freezer.
  • Breville multifunction toaster and convection oven on custom built slide out platform
  • Magnetic spice rack

Master Stateroom

In the Maestro (Owner’s) version, the master suite occupies the entire port hull. This is one of the largest cabin/suites found on any production catamarans.

As you step down the companionway through the private entry, you are immediately met with the very welcoming master cabin. You enter into the center of the cabin which houses the built-in Desk/Workstation/Vanity along with the cabinetry that provides a truly amazing amount of storage. The cabinetry continues on both the inboard and outboard sides of the cabin.

Stepping aft, you see the large master “Island” bed with additional storage drawers beneath.

Upgrades to Master:

  • Electrical outlet in the closet to charge vacuum
  • Extra outlets and USB at the vanity table for printers and fax
  • Extra hooks for clothes added
  • Built-in more cabinets behind the mirror in the master cabin
  • New (2024) Samsung TV built-in with extra extended TV mount to be able to watch TV from the bed

Owner’s cabin –Sleeping area (Standard)

  • Queen-size Island Bed (1,60x2,00 m approx)
  • Drawer below the bed with frontal access
  • Bedside shelves
  • Wardrobe
  • Cupboard with shelves in it
  • Ventilation to a deck hatch and 1 hull porthole
  • Rear panoramic window
  • Large picture window on hull side
  • Curtains to all windows and doors
  • Main lighting via 2 spotlights & 2 berth lights
  • 1 Bedside two-way switch
  • Clothes hooks
  • Storage compartment under the berth

Owner’s cabin – Office area : (Standard)

  • Desk with storage cabinet
  • 1 seat
  • Storage cabinet below the desk
  • Large storage furniture: hanging closet, cupboard, and wardrobe
  • Library wall niche
  • Main lighting via 3 spotlights & 1 berth light
  • Ventilation via 1 deck hatch
  • Lining covered ceilings

Master Head

The entire forward section of the port hull is dedicated to the ensuite master head which has perhaps the largest shower found on a production catamaran of any size.

The “Italian” style shower has a unique opaque glass partition that divides it from the rest of the bathroom. The shower is so big, it does not require a door.

Across the walkway from the shower is the extra-large double vanity with two sinks and a lot of storage.

Continuing forward, you see the entrance to a separate, private toilet compartment with an upgraded, extra-large US spec, freshwater flush, electric toilet.


  • Master shower- towel bar on the ceiling so you can hang clothes to dry or wet dripping clothes
  • Upgraded to have extra Air conditioning vents to bathroom
  • Extra GFC outlets are hidden in the cabinet
  • Port-bow space- custom built-in shelves that can be moved to access the watermaker

Owner’s cabin - Bathroom : (Standard)

  • Washbasin with worktop
  • Mirror with shelf
  • Hot and cold fresh water system from mixer faucet
  • 1 large storage cupboard with shelves and hanging cupboard
  • Storage closet with shelves under the worktop
  • Ventilation via 1 deck hatch
  • Shower separated via a Plexiglas panel
  • Mixing valve tap for shower
  • Electric drainage pump for greywater
  • Lighting via 3 spotlights
  • Clothes hooks
  • Upgrade: Large toilet seat, electric fresh water pump

Independent Water Closet

  • Access from the bathroom
  • Toilet roll bracket
  • Ventilation by 1 deck hatch
  • Lighting by LED spotlight

VIP Stateroom

Down the starboard companionway, you’ll see the hallway with large storage lockers. This is where you’ll find the separate washer and dryer. This is unique as most boats only have the smaller “Combo” units and provide a significant luxury upgrade.

Moving aft, you’ll find the private entry to the VIP cabin with its ensuite head. The extra-large island bed is similar in size to the master. You’ll also see ample storage including the large drawers under the bed.

The ensuite head has a large shower stall, sink & vanity, and the upgraded, extra-large US spec, freshwater flush, electric toilet. Upgrades include built-in shampoo, conditioner, body soap dispensers.

Standard Guest Cabin Features:

  • Access from the companionway via a wooden door
  • Queen-size Island Bed
  • Drawer below the bed with frontal access
  • Bedside shelves
  • Hanging Wardrobe Locker
  • Cupboard with shelves in it
  • Ventilation via a deck hatch + and 1 hull porthole
  • Rear panoramic window
  • Large picture window on hull side
  • Curtains to all windows
  • Main lighting via 2 spotlights & 2 berth lights
  • 1 Bedside two-way switch
  • Clothes hooks
  • Lining covered ceilings

Standard Features in Guest Bathroom:

  • Access via wooden door
  • Washbasin with worktop
  • Mirror with shelf
  • Hot and cold fresh water system from mixer faucet
  • Shower separated via a Plexiglas panel
  • Electric drainage pump
  • Mixing valve tap for shower
  • Large manual marine toilet
  • Storage closet with shelves under the worktop
  • Clothes hooks
  • Ventilation via 1 deck hatch
  • Lighting via 2 spotlights
  • Upgrade: Large toilet seat, electric freshwater pump

2nd Guest Stateroom

Moving forward, you’ll find the private entry to the guest cabin with its ensuite head. The extra-large island bed is similar in size to the master. You’ll also see ample storage including the large drawers under the bed.

The ensuite head has a large shower stall, sink & vanity, and the upgraded, extra-large US spec, freshwater flush, electric toilet. Upgrades include built-in shampoo, conditioner, body soap dispensers for both guest bathrooms.


  • Forward bow storage: custom built-in shelves for plastic airtight containers, and closet
  • Upgrade electricity with a light built-in.
  • Designer bed coverings and pillows

Helm Station

  • Upgraded Fiberglass Hard-Top (Specialty Marine) with custom Strata-Glass enclosure.
  • Upgraded throttles and helm steering lock
  • Upgrade both electric winches at the helm with additional floor buttons
  • Upgrade autoreefs x 2
  • Access through staircase from the cockpit
  • Triple helmsman seat
  • Large Instrument console
  • 360° view / All-round visibility.
  • Access to the Lounge deck through staircase.


  • 1 mainsheet tackle led aft to coach roof
  • 1 clutch for mainsail sheet
  • 1 clutch for the mainsail halyard
  • 3 clutch for the reef lines
  • 2 size 60 self-tailing winches for mainsail and genoa sheets
  • 1 Ball bearing mainsheet traveler
  • 2 x tackle on mainsheet traveler clutches with back on roof
  • 2 x genoa tracks with load block
  • 2 genoa sheets
  • 1 size 50 self-tailing winch for main halyard and reef lines
  • 1 halyard storage bag
  • Upgraded bow sprit and furler for geneker/spinnaker
  • Profurl genoa furler
  • Custom Hand Rails along coach roof


Perhaps the best feature of the Sayona 47 is the extra-large roof-top lounge area. This lounge is accessed via the stairs from the starboard side helm station. The aft section has a large U-shaped bench seating area that wraps around the port side with seatback cushions making this the best seat in the house. Your guests can enjoy the fantastic views from up there. This is a great place to have sunset drinks even while at the dock.

Forward are the extra-large rooftop sun pads. These are ideal for sunbathing or stargazing at night.

Custom-built flybridge drain system- to keep cockpit dry (Huge Improvement)

Upgraded Electronics

  • Garmin Pack 2 smart cruising: Autopilot, VHF, ais, 2x Garmin 7410 Displays, 2 x GMI 20 multi displays
  • Second VHF, ais helm station
  • Garmin phantom 18 radar
  • Electric anchor chain counter
  • 3G/4G and AIGEN wifi system with routers dual sim card
  • Cameras x 6 integrated into WIFI system- can access anywhere
  • Garmin Panoptix PS-51 forward facing sonar
  • Both hulls now have depth sounders with addition of P55

Electrical System

  • Upgraded to lithium 4 batteries
  • Installed new genset batteries x 2 (Oct 2021)
  • Victron 5000 watt inverter
  • Victron bluetooth battery monitors
  • Separate victron monitor at nav station
  • Galvonic isolator for shore power
  • Upgrade to US shore power system with additional European shore power set up
  • Solar panels x 3 on a stainless steel frame
  • Underwater lighting - Multicolor
  • Upgrade engines sterling alternator systems
  • Upgraded Victron Intelligent Battery Combiner

Mechanical Equipment

  • Spectra Newport 400 watermaker with extra features on of the best in the market
  • 6 air condition unit package
  • AC strainer upgrades
  • Upgrade valves to easily flush system
  • Custom AC vent reconfigured in the saloon
  • 110v water heater
  • 13.5 kW 60hz Genset/Onan
  • Replaced rudder bearing tubes 2023
  • Rebuilt rudders 2023


  • Brand new custom chaps
  • Bimini
  • 25hp Suzuki

Engine Room

  • Upgraded to Volvo D-2 60HP Engines (200 hrs) w/ Saildrives
  • Upgrade H-5 auto feathering props
  • Engine warranty, through March 2022
  • Starboard Saildrive unit replaced under warranty (Aug 2021)

Mast & Boom

  • Mast and boom in anodized aluminum Complete standing rigging
  • Ball-bearing mainsail luff cars
  • 1 tackle on mainsail halyard
  • 1 topping lift
  • 3 reef pennants
  • 1 genoa halyard
  • 1 spinnaker halyard
  • Lazy-jacks w/ Stack Bag
  • Clutches on all halyards for genoa, spinnaker, and topping lift
  • Clutches on reef pennants at boom exit
  • 2 flag halyards
  • Navigation, running, and mooring lights
  • Deck lighting
  • Upgraded two autoreefs
  • Barely used Doyle sails code 0- 2022


  • January 2023 new bottom paint and props and sail drives
  • Upgrade factory cleat package plus 2 bow cleats for easy mooring ball lines
  • Additional bow anchor guide for sea anchor/sea parachute anchor
  • Upgrade factory anchor to mantis bow anchor
  • Fortress Aluminum stern anchor with chain and anchor rode
  • Protective strips on both transoms
  • Additional fresh and saltwater washdown system at the anchor locker

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The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

Engine hours are as of the date of the original listing and are a representation of what the listing broker is told by the owner and/or actual reading of the engine hour meters. The broker cannot guarantee the true hours. It is the responsibility of the purchaser and/or his agent to verify engine hours, warranties implied or otherwise and major overhauls as well as all other representations noted on the listing brochure.


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