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Welcome aboard Mira Mar !

Mira Mar is a 2006 Fountaine Pajot Lavezzi 40 built in France by one of the world's leading sailing catamaran manufacturers.  The Lavezzi was built from 2003 to 2009 for both the bareboat charter market and private yacht owners and is one of the most successful models of the Fountaine Pajot line.  The light, modern construction gives the Lavezzi exceptional performance compared with catamarans of similar length.

Mira Mar is a 4-cabin, 2-head layout, with queen/double berths. The enclosed galley, saloon, and nav station are located on the bridge deck, forward of the spacious and comfortable cockpit with hardtop bimini.  The helm, with sliding pilot hatch above, sits high and to starboard just aft of the saloon entry sliding patio-style doors.

Mira Mar is equipped with two auxiliary 29hp Yanmar diesel engines and sail drives with 3-blade folding propellers, GPS/chartplotter, autopilot, wind/speed/depth gauges, VHF radio, watermaker, 480-watt PV panels with MPPT solar charge controller, 400-amp-hour LiFePO4 batteries, 40-amp battery charger, 2000-watt inverter, refrigerator, water heater, air conditioning, stereo, TV/DVD player, microwave oven, LPG oven/cooktop, BBQ grill, anchor windlass, and a Bauer 10 rowing/sailing dinghy.  She carries a large mainsail, fractional jib and spinnaker.  Cabin fans and LED lighting throughout.  Ample ventilation via five opening deck hatches and four opening hull portlights.

Guests will enjoy the comfort and convenience of bedsheets, pillows, blankets, bath/hand towels, window shades, and a fully stocked galley.

Specifications

LOA 39.1 ft
Beam 21.3 ft
Draft 3.5 ft
Displacement 13,640 lbs
Bridge clearance 57.6 ft
Tankage: 148 gal water, 66 gal fuel

We believe you will find Mira Mar to be an exceptionally clean, comfortable, and well-maintained cruising catamaran.

Questions?

We'd love to hear from you!  Send us an email or give us a call.  We are happy to answer any questions and love to discuss all things sailing.  Fair winds!