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The largest lounge deck in its category, capable of accommodating the entire crew, represents a new, additional living space where you can make even more unforgettable memories together.

Uncompromising focus on comfort

The Elba 45 catamaran changes the way you experience life on board, both at sea and at anchor.

Waterline length is often associated with a yacht’s performance . At 13.45m, the Elba 45 promises great average speeds, so you can sail even further. And width has a direct relationship with comfort. With a platform like this, our design team has imagined a multitude of dedicated spaces, each with its own purpose. Enjoy seamless freedom of movement between these spaces : wander between a chaise longue and a sun lounger for some solitutude or to share time with others. You choose where, when and with whom.

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Where onboard socialising comes into its own

With its own space purely for sailing and managing life on board, the saloon has a chaise lounge, ideal for keeping watch or simply relaxing . The galley extends to the front, accentuating the views and sense of volume.


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1 owner’s suite + 1 bathroom / 2 double cabins + 2 bathrooms

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Never before has the skipper been able to share their experience so closely with their guests. A generous U-shaped benchseat on the rooftop allows crew to join them while underway or stretch out on the sundeck at the foot of the mast. It’s a great opportunity to mix up the seating and find your favourite spot!


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Unique design and incomparable spaces.

From the Owner’s version, where an expansive master suite fills the port hull, to the Quartet version with its convenient four cabins and bathrooms, the Elba 45 catamaran cruiser caters for every need. The forepeaks can also accommodate a berth on one side and a bathroom for a skipper.


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Innovative, high-tech composite materials constitute most of the structure of our sailing catamarans: hulls, flybridge, decks, bulkheads and more. Fountaine Pajot has perfected a resin injection and infusion technique, an advanced technology that gives our boats all their robustness. Thanks to this expertise, we can make our catamarans considerably lighter while maintaining consistent quality . Injection also makes it possible to meet the most stringent environmental requirements, in line with the commitments of the Fountaine Pajot Group.

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The ergonomics of Fountaine Pajot catamarans have been designed to facilitate manoeuvring at the helm, enabling a small crew (2 persons) to manoeuvre the boat easily, both in port and at sea. The unique design of the helm station allows good communication between the aft cockpit and the Fly relaxation areas. Of course, your level of navigation will determine your ability to sail with two or more persons!

Our electric catamarans now feature a large surface area of solar panels, up to 2000 WC, perfectly integrated into the design of the coachroof. Combined with equipment such as wind turbines or hydro-generators, they compensate for the energy consumption generated by on-board use during cruising. Discover the benefits of the Smart Electric solution with 4 real-life cruise scenarios

The Fountaine Pajot range of electric catamarans is expanding, and now includes 3 Smart Electric models. The Astréa 42, Elba 45 and Aura 51 are now available in this version.

With the help of over 70 engineers, Fountaine Pajot has developed an in-house solution, 100% adapted to the use of its catamarans equipped with hybrid electric motors . All on-board production and energy expenditure flows are managed from a single console designed by our teams to offer a simple, designer user experience. The system we have developed enables us to give priority to the use of renewable energies at all times. Find out more here

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Fountaine Pajot Elba 45 Boat Review

  • By Mark Pillsbury
  • Updated: August 28, 2020

Fountaine Pajot’s Elba 45

When it came time to replace its ­popular Helia 44 , Fountaine Pajot asked customers what they wanted in a midsize cruising ­ catamaran , and then turned to naval ­architect Olivier Racoupeau and its ­in-house team to design it. The result is the Elba 45, a stylish-­looking cat with slightly inverted bows, a reverse sheer to its hulls, and a sporty coachroof and ­Bimini that does double duty as a ­flybridge lounge.

The Elba made its North American debut this past fall at the U.S. Sailboat Show in Annapolis, Maryland, where our Boat of the Year judges and I first inspected its construction, layout and systems dockside, and then a few days later, took it sailing on a picture-perfect morning on Chesapeake Bay.

In breeze that wavered ­between 12 and 16 knots, the Elba turned in a respectable 6.4 knots close-hauled and a little better than 7 knots on a beam reach under genoa and flattop mainsail. We quickly found the Elba to be an easy boat to sail, which is just one of the reasons that at week’s end the judges awarded it the title of Best Charter Boat for 2020 .

Like most of the company’s models, the Elba is available in an owner-preferred three-­cabin Maestro version and a four-cabin charter layout, which was the boat we sailed.

In the Maestro, the owner gets the entire port hull, with a queen berth aft, a desk/vanity and storage lockers amidships, and a spacious head area forward that includes a walk-in shower located outboard and separated by a sole-to-ceiling wall of glass. It’s a neat arrangement. The starboard hull is laid out with double guest cabins fore and aft, each with its own en suite head and separate shower. For charter, the starboard-hull layout is mirrored to port, so everyone’s accommodations are pretty much equal.

In either version, the saloon is the same, and a bright and roomy place to spend time. A large sliding door aft lets ­living space spill into the cockpit, where a dining table and ­ample relaxation stations are ­located. Indoors, visibility in all directions is excellent, thanks to oversize windows; the center one forward opens outward to let in the breeze. Seated on the aft-facing U-shaped couch (one side is actually more like a daybed, and it turns into a lounge chair with a tablet docking station adjacent), I liked the pair of skylights overhead that provide a clear view of the sails, and the low coffee table close by.

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Missing from the layout is a traditional nav station—customers said they don’t use them. Instead, there’s ­additional galley and storage space, and the ability to hook up a laptop to a flat-screen ­display at the entrance to the saloon. Also missing was an ­interior dining table (it’s ­available as an option).

While flybridges are the rage in charter-boat design these days, for passagemaking they are not so practical because the helmsman is exposed to the elements and isolated from the crew down below; and design-wise, the boom has to be that much higher off the water. FP has found what I think is a practical solution by placing the helm station to starboard, halfway in between the lounging area atop the Bimini and the cockpit below.

The Elba also features what I’d call a split-helm arrangement, with a pass-through ­between the steering-wheel pedestal and the three winches mounted forward on the cabin top. Singlehanding, the skipper can engage the autopilot to free up both hands, or step around the wheel but still keep a hand on it while trimming sails. With crew, the sail trimmer gets their own workstation with ­plenty of elbowroom for maneuvering. Our judging team liked this arrangement. But they also thought a more robust traveler would benefit the boat.

Under power, a pair of 60 hp Volvo diesels with saildrives (50 hp is standard) pushed the Elba right along at about 8 knots at cruising rpm and better than 9 knots in get-there-quick mode. I’d guess with just a little more breeze, we’d have seen ­similar speeds under sail. As fit out, the boat we sailed had a sticker price of just over $800,000. BOTY judge Ed Sherman often notes that the noise levels while motoring are an indication of how well a boat is built, and hence its value. “This was one of the quieter boats that we’ve tested,” he said of the ­Elba’s reading of 72 dB with the throttles wide open—”which is pretty much excellent.”

Amen to that.

Mark Pillsbury is CW ’s editor.

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This Elba 45 looks set to be one of the most popular Fountaine Pajot cruising catamarans yet. Sam Fortescue travels to Portugal to find out why

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Such was the hype surrounding this yacht that Fountaine Pajot had sold over 100 Elba 45 hulls before the first one even emerged from the mould. The customer response persuaded the La Rochelle-based catamaran builder to start work on a second set of tooling so that it could complete more than 50 of these yachts each year.

True, at 45ft LOA, it is bang in the sweet spot for cruising cats, but even so it is almost unprecedented to have pre-sold the first two years’ worth of production.

Armed with that knowledge, my expectations were high as I crossed the protected waters of the Río Sado just south of Lisbon in Portugal for the sea trials. And though I certainly wasn’t disappointed by what I saw bobbing at the dock, it takes more than a glance at the Elba 45’s lines to understand the appeal she exerts.

That’s not to say that first impressions aren’t good. As with most modern catamarans, the Elba 45 has towering topsides, especially towards the bow, so has quite a physical presence. Couple this with the extensive glazing of the saloon and the large hull lights, and you have a modern-looking boat. Olivier Racoupeau’s design is aerodynamic in the way that Lagoons, for instance, are not: she has slightly back-swept forward windows and a flowing curve to the coachroof.


The new Elba 45 is the next generation of the successful Hélia 44, with faster hulls and greater interior volume

There are a few small details which give away the degree of careful thought that has gone into this new model. There is a useful skirt to the transom wings so that you can step easily aboard from the side, for instance. And on this model, the davits had been replaced with the optional ‘transformer’ bathing platform (€17,200), which can hydraulically raise a tender up to 3.2m long, and 150kg in weight.

The headroom under the hard top is also excellent. It all adds up to about two years of design work across some 150 meetings between Berret-Racoupeau and Fountaine Pajot. “The 45 is the core of the market of Fountaine Pajot, so we were not allowed to make a mistake on something that didn’t work,” Racoupeau tells me phlegmatically. “It’s always such a big challenge to innovate or take a risk.”

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Design challenges

Although Racoupeau designed the Elba 45’s hugely successful predecessor, the Hélia 44, he went back to first principles on the new boat, testing a range of new hull shapes with lower drag. “We reduced it [drag] by 10% and that helps the boat sail better at medium and high speed, and more efficiently under engine,” Racoupeau explains. “It may not sound like much but, for us, that’s a big deal.”


Lounging space on the flybridge has been increased threefold in the new model

The design team even managed to make the hull some 15cm longer and 15cm beamier in the process, introducing a small chine in the aft section. “This kind of hull shape will be used on future Fountaine Pajot designs,” Racoupeau confirms.

Another big focus for design work in the new boat has been the flybridge. The Hélia, too, offered a lounging space under the boom next to the helm station, but the Elba 45 has really gone to town.

Seating for four or five and a big sunpad cover more than 10m2 – nearly three times the area offered by the Hélia. On an overcast day in Portugal, you don’t really get it, but it’s not hard to imagine dinner with a view up here, and it means good company for the helmsman mid-ocean.

There’s a console with drinks holder and a convenient little recess for belongings, and still space for solar panels along the trailing edge of the hard top. The trade-off is a slightly higher boom, which in turn raises the centre of effort of the sail, creating more lateral force.

“We have really enlarged the flybridge with more comfortable areas and relaxing areas,” says Racoupeau. “At the same time, I really wanted to keep the classic Fountaine Pajot steering position in the middle, where it’s safe. I didn’t want to put it on the flybridge.”

That helm strikes an effective compromise between an outright flybridge, which adds cachet for some, and a bulkhead steering position peeping over the coachroof. There’s room for two behind the wheel, and a roomy pit ahead of it for someone to grind away at three large Lewmar 50 coachroof-mounted winches.


There is plenty of room to keep the helmsperson company

If you were single-handing, you’d need to engage the autopilot to move round and trim, but all the sheets and control lines apart from the optional gennaker or code sail come back to the helm station, mostly on nice short runs that keep friction down. Even the genoa sheets come back across the coachroof: great for sail handling, but posing a risk with their flailing in the tack.

Elsewhere on deck the Elba 45 boasts an impressive range of outdoor space, with the emphasis on eating in the cockpit and lounging either there, on the flybridge or on the foredeck sunpads. The deep cockpit offers sofas and a sunbed so you can choose where and how to conduct your afternoon siesta. And you can opt for a built-in plancha grill or a barbecue next to the transom seating unit.

For all that, though, the most noticeable fruits of Racoupeau’s redesign are found inside. “Volumes in the saloon and in the cabins are much bigger,” Racoupeau claims. I don’t have a Hélia on hand to make the comparison, but one thing strikes as soon as I enter the saloon: this boat is all about liveability and interior space.


A new lounging area has been created at the forward end of the saloon, whose wrap-around windows are larger than ever

At 17m2 area, the saloon may not have changed shape much, but it has been reconfigured to make the galley more open and improve stowage. The boat is no Tardis, though, so of course there is a compromise that won’t suit all. “From our personal experience, we saw that we make less and less use of the chart table,” Racoupeau explains. “We go there for information, but not to sit down and work like we did in the past.”

So the chartplotter and instrument panel has been demoted from the front of the saloon to a smaller area around a technical cabinet on the starboard side of the aft door. You can still pull up a chair and consult the read-out – which is now just a step from the bottom of the helm station stairs – but there’s no dedicated space to spread out a chart and get to work with the plotter and dividers.

This is an issue that divides sailors. But if you, like me, rue the loss of the chart table, then at least the coffee table or the flat surfaces behind the sofas would serve.


The galley has shifted to the aft end of the saloon, and the chart table demoted to a shelf by the instruments

Interior size matters

The volume previously dedicated to the chart table has been used to increase the saloon and galley. “We have introduced the concept of the meridienne,” says Racoupeau, “a place where people can have a drink, read something on the iPad, lounge in a chair; always staying in the middle of the area to be able to discuss, share with friends.”

This is a successful ploy, with the deep, comfy L-shaped sofa looking more like something borrowed from the superyacht world than standard yacht seating.

The galley is well equipped, with the sink along the aft bulkhead of the saloon and the hob to port, punctuated by the stairs down to the cabins below. Splitting the galley in this way may not be ideal, but it does create more space, and keeps the connection with the cockpit via the swing-up aft window and fold-away door.


The cockpit layout is flexible and convivial thanks to the opening doors and windows that connect it to the saloon

The standard boat offers a large 190lt refrigerator to starboard, and an optional 130lt refrigerator or 90lt freezer by the sink. Freshwater capacity is a reasonable 700lt, and there is an option to include a 60lt/hr 12V watermaker for bluewater cruisers , or a beefier 180lt/hr model on the 220/110V system.

Two basic interior configurations are offered – the maestro (owner’s) version, which dedicates the whole port hull to a double cabin with fold-out TV, dressing table, truly copious clothes storage and a large shower room and heads.

The alternative is the charter-friendly four-cabin, four heads set-up, costing an extra €4,000. There is also room for a single crew berth in the starboard bow and a crew heads to port, although this would chip away at very handy sail locker space.

Racoupeau’s redesign has also opened up the vestibule between the two starboard cabins by removing the wooden ceiling that divided this space from the saloon on the Hélia. “It gives the feeling of more room, with more fresh air in the corridor and in the hull,” he says. “From my point of view this is the worst place in normal catamarans: dark and enclosed.” It sounds like a small detail but, strangely, he’s absolutely right.


The double cabins all feature semi island beds

The quality of the finish is as you would expect in a series yacht, all in a light grey oak for the furniture, dark oak flooring and a choice of neutral upholstery as standard. It all feels very sophisticated and urban, but arguably lacks a bit of warmth. Luckily, there are plenty of options.

However, the area in which Fountaine Pajot excels is in its hull lay-up, using a sophisticated vacuum infusion process for consistent high quality. They use polyester and vinylester resin over glass, with a final coat of epoxy primer under the antifouling. The spacious transom engine compartments reveal how neat and tidy that finish is.

The yard also insists on some good additional design features, such as the way the stub keels are mounted. They are simply glued into a deep recess moulded into the hull, so there are no keel bolts to rip out in the event of a grounding or of striking a submerged object.


In the ‘maestro’ version, the owner’s suite fills the port hull offering a large amount of storage space

Those keels provide helpful ballast low down to make the boat more stable, but they also slightly improve tracking to windward. During our test, we didn’t see more than 12 knots of true wind, so the boat was only occasionally hard pressed as gusts punched their way down the steep mountainsides. However, she managed a decent 40° off the apparent wind without making excessive leeway, judging by the wake astern.

The Elba 45 is fun to sail in that nippy way catamarans are: you look down and realise that you’re barrelling along at 8 knots without even trying. With the fully battened main and the standard 120% genoa, we managed an easy 7 to 8 knots beating into around 12 knots of true wind.

Powerful mainsail

It is designed with an 18.1m mast with double diamond stays for a good amount of bend and a more powerful mainsail shape. There is also an option to have a lighter carbon fibre mast. It all adds up to a maximum 74m2 fathead main and a 45m2 genoa.


The larger headsail keeps boat speed up in light winds and means that there is less need for a dedicated reaching sail. Unfortunately we weren’t able to test this claim because our boat, rushed down to Portugal for sea trials, didn’t have the correct mast.

Nonetheless, there is the option of a central longeron which protrudes beyond the bow to provide a tack for reaching and downwind sails, at a cost of €5,850. The sail itself costs about the same again and should have made speeds of 10-11 knots feasible in the conditions we had.

I found the wheel a little undersized for the boat, and too sticky – something that could no doubt be rectified. A feature I liked better was the ingenious hook sheave mounted on the car that pulls the mainsail up the mast. Thanks to the sheave, there’s a 2:1 purchase on the halyard already, but the hook pulls the headboard of the square-top main in close to the masthead. It doesn’t engage until the halyard is nearly bowstring taught, keeping the sail loose for a low-friction raise.

Standard propulsion comes from a 40hp Volvo Penta diesel in each hull, coupled with fixed props. You can upgrade to 50hp units for a relatively modest €1,000 per engine, which would make a worthwhile option if you’re expecting to spend a lot of time motoring. And for less than €1,900 ex. VAT you would certainly want to upgrade both with the 18in Volvo folding prop to reap an extra knot or so of boat speed.

A greener option?

Fountaine Pajot realises its boats are large chunks of non-recyclable plastic, but is nevertheless trying to cultivate greater eco awareness. Solar panels and water management systems aim to make the boats less polluting, while the manufacturing process aims to use fewer dangerous chemicals and waste is minimised and recycled.

But the biggest potential green win comes from a tie-up between FP and Volvo Penta, which is using the smaller Lucia 40 as a testbed to co-develop their own electric propulsion system.

This would undoubtedly be a comfortable boat on which to make an ocean crossing – the design work by Racoupeau and Fountaine Pajot has seen to that. But remembering that old adage about the 85% of the time that bluewater cruisers spend at anchor, the Elba 45 excels at offering big volumes for living on the water. You may spend a bit more time on passage compared to a more performance-orientated cat, but comfort ensures you’ll barely notice.

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When you step aboard the Fountaine Pajot Elba 45, your expectations for a cruising catamaran of this size will be exceeded. Exceptionally modern, bright, and featuring the latest industry technology, the Elba 45 sets a new standard for yachts of its size.

With inverted bows and a completely redesigned helm station, this sailing catamaran boasts an incredibly inviting interior and offers high-quality performance out on the water. She provides the largest lounging areas of others in her category. In addition to the abundance of relaxation space on deck, the Owners suite and guest cabins below deck offer spacious privacy.

Complete with a Beach Club electric platform to ease your way into the water, fun will be had onboard and off!

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The Fountaine Pajot Elba 45 launched at the Cannes Yachting Festival in 2019. This cruising cat is going head to head with one of Lagoon’s most popular models: the Lagoon 46 – the replacement for the 450, which came in both a flybridge (450F) and raised helm version (450S).

So how does the replacement to the Helia 44 from FP stack up?


Fountaine Pajot are known for continuous improvement of their range rather than radical redesign, so it should come as no surprise to discover that the new 45 has incorporated many of the popular features of her larger and smaller siblings.

  • Even more space than her predecessor, the Elba 45 boasts some of the biggest living space in her class.
  • The Fly Lounge is clever. You get the lounging space at anchor, a helm that is connected to the aft cockpit and a lower boom than you would see on a flybridge cat.
  • She’s pretty nippy off the wind, a good compromise between comfort and speed
  • The keels are mounted and glued into recesses which is a good safety feature should you ground the boat. They should just shear off with minimal damage to the hulls.
  • The flybridge means a slightly higher boom, which means a higher centre of effort on the mainsail.
  • She’s no stellar performer upwind, but that’s true of most production cruising cats.

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This 45 feet yacht, with its inverted bows keeps that signature raised helm station that you’ll see on many of their other boats, plus a fly “lounge” on the bimini that has proven so popular on the Saona 47.  This is a neat trick as the bimini lounge gives you most of the benefits of that great view at anchor without the windage or raised boom of a full flybridge cat like the Lagoon 450. And that means its easier to get to the boom of you encounter any problems under way – with the reefing lines for example.

There is space for four or five and a big sun-pad cover more than 10m2 and you still have space for solar panels. The price you pay is a slightly higher boom, which the centre of effort of the sail. However, the boom is still a lot lower than you would find on a flybridge cat like the Lagoon 46. This is a neat compromise.

There’s still room for two on the helm seat, and plenty of space to work on your 3 large Lewmar 50 winches.

There’s also a foredeck lounging area, although this looks more like an add on and not as much of a feature as, say, a Leopard with its forward cockpit accessible from the saloon.

The cockpit has several sofas, a sunbed, benches and a  long dinner table. And then there’s the hydraulic dive platform aft, which carries the tender when you are under way. This is a cat with plenty of space and the space really “flows” on this boat. We didn’t feel like we were dodging things to get from one zone to the next.

Big windows and hatches bring a lot of natural light and ventilation inside the boat, both in the saloon and in the hulls. The forward window swings up in its entirety connecting you to the forward cockpit and nets. You can’t get much better ventilation than that! (Make sure it is securely closed when you are underway though).

As an option, you can replace the davits with the ‘transformer’ hydraulic bathing platform (around €17,k), which can raise a tender up to 3.2m long, and 150kg in weight.

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The Owner suite and guest cabins are quiet and comfortable with en-suite shower rooms depending on the version.

Fountaine Pajot boats are nimble for cruising cats if you keep the boats light. In terms of performance, you are looking at something between a Lagoon and a Nautitech, but make sure you don’t overload her. All the sheets and control lines (gennaker or code 0 excepted) come back to the bulkhead helm station.

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The mast is set forward and integrates well into the saloon down below. This gives you a well balanced sail plan with the overlapping genoa (there is no self tacking jib unlike much of the competition) that remains well powered up even in lighter winds without having to fly a code 0 or gennaker off the bowsprit.

Off the wind in a decent breeze you could be seeing speeds in the low teens in the right conditions.

She won’t be able to compete with a dagger-board cat upwind like an Outremer 51 , for obvious reasons, but that’s the case for any keel cat: that’s your trade off for all of that space. You are likely to hit her sweet spot at around 60 degrees to true. If you need to get upwind faster, you can always stick on the leeward engine at low revs and charge your batteries up.

This boat is a great set up for owners who want a solid performing boat that will be very comfortable at anchor. The design cleverly maximises all the available space, with the stand-out features being that lounge on the bimini at anchor and the size of the cabins down below.

The saloon and cockpit flow together very nicely and the helm station is well connected, with all the lines coming back making her an easy boat to sail short-handed. There’s something to be said for their strategy of continuous improvement on these boats!

Other Options

You might want to look at the South African competition (read our Leopard 50 review for example) and of course the Lagoons are worth a look too in this category. Nautitech will give you more speed but there is a trade off on comfort.


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Announced early September 2018 and launched in 2019, Fountaine Pajot Elba 45 replaces the successful Helia 44.

Elba 45, a resourceful sailing catamaran

What's thrilling about this new Fountaine Pajot model?

Not only does Elba 45  present all the latest shipyard innovative characteristics, it surpasses the industry standards.

Fountaine Pajot catamarans are appreciated for their performance. So is this 45 feet yacht, which benefits from dynamic hull design with  inverted bows  and enhances sailors' experience with a thoughtful helm station for best maneuverability .

Oustanding features of Fountaine Pajot Elba 45

A convivial yacht.

Where would you rather relax on your boat in the Caribbean?

Many of our clients love the large flybridge , which was also implemented on the previous Fountaine Pajot model Saona 47 . Whether you would like to just sit and feel the breeze, enjoy a romantic dinner when anchoring or share drinks with friends, the flybridge is very generous for a yacht this size. The wide sunbed is also brilliant to soak up some sun, read a good book or enjoy a little siesta!

You will appreciate the many possibilities offered by the ingenious cockpit, with several sofas, sunbed, benches and the long dinner table. The lounge deck  also features a exceptional relaxing and sunbed space with many large cushions.

But that's not all: A  brilliant Beach Club electric platform is available as a Fountaine Pajot option, to bring further fun and space for the crew!

Living aboard Elba 45

Fountaine Pajot is a pioneer in terms of comfort aboard cruising catamarans. The design of its models benefits from all new material and building techniques as well as being on the cutting edge to adapt to new sailor lifestyles.

First-Class cruising

Why would you have to choose between a performing and an attractive yacht?

This new 45' cat presents a modern and elegant design to suit today's tastes. Standard colors of this model will suit most owners, and optional Fountaine Pajot colors are available for upholstery, floors and all canvasses.

Large windows and hatches bring a lot of natural light inside the boat , whether in the saloon or in both hulls. The panoramic view from the lounge is just stunning. Large windows also open for natural ventilation.

Elba 45 refreshing interior

The design team has worked hard to provide you with ultimate bliss at sea. The living space is very generous and always better optimized.

The saloon is a vast convivial living area including a large sofa with low or dining table and a very open and practical galley. All galley details are thought off to include all equipment needed, storage and working surface.

Interior fittings in the Fountaine Pajot Elba 45 in all cabins allow to settle comfortably. There is practical and discreet storage all throughout the catamaran. The Maestro Suite and all cabins have  en-suite bathrooms , with separate head in the Owner's hull.

When you visit this new 45 feet catamaran or pay attention to pictures, you will notice many details are designed to make life easier. 

Available layouts for Fountaine Pajot Elba 45  

This Fountaine Pajot model is available in 2 configurations:

Elba 45 Maestro owner version : Owner's suite portside with large bathroom and separate head, and 2 guest double cabins starboard with en-suite bathrooms. Elba 45 Quatuor versuon : 4 doubles cabins and 4 en-suite bathrooms.

Fountaine Pajot Elba 45 – Boat price and options cost

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Fountaine Pajot prices change every year in January and in August. Price lists applying to your Elba 45 purchase will be the latest running to date of order and payment of deposit (20% as per Fountaine Pajot shipyard requirements).

Not sure about your yacht equipment? Don't worry! You do not need to choose all options straight away. Our New Yacht sales team will let you know the various deadlines for you to think further about your project.

Step 1 - Choose the cabin configuration of your Elba 45 (as of August 1st, 2023)

  • ELBA 45 MAESTRO (Owner)  - 3 cabins for 686.700 euros*
  • ELBA 45 QUATUOR  - 4 cabins for 694.900 euros*

Deposit is 115,000 €

Fountaine Pajot ELBA 45 Smart Electric option

  • Smart Elec 65 pack  153.615 €
  • Substitution of the battery banks with 2 x 27 kW  11.704 €
  • 6 kW AC inverter  7.838 €
  • Upgraded charger  13.585 €

Step 2 – Find the price of your Elba 45 equipment pack

Fountaine Pajot New 45 equipment pack versions

  • Elba 45 Grand Large  pack price: 21.500 Euros*
  • Elba 45 Oceanic  pack price: 38.000 Euros*
  • Elba 45 Comfort pack price:  55.000 Euros*

Step 3 - Cost of your Elba  45 personalized options (as of August 1st, 2023)

  • Motor upgrade 65HP     4 194 euros*
  • Electronics   GARMIN 1 including Autopilot, VHF, AIS, GPS 8410, and 2 multi GMI20  16.552 euros*
  • Bowsprit & gear for gennaker  7.294 euros*
  • Cockpit fridge 2.238 euros*
  • Solar panels   4 x 90/100W   4.967 euros*

Step 4 - Elba 45 Ex-factory possibilities 

Price for a elba 45 catamaran loaded with options (as of august 1st, 2023 - prices subject to change).

In order to give you some indication, Caribbean Multihulls can sell you a fully-loaded Fountaine Pajot Elba 45 at around 930.000 euros*.

What is included in this luxury catamaran? Upgraded motorisation, a Comfort pack, an Owner's Suite, air conditioning in the whole boat, a watermaker, full biminis, ice-maker and other many other options.

Article and video test reviews of Fountaine Pajot ELBA 45

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  • Testsail review of the ELBA 45 by Multihulls World (USA, 2019)

Fountaine Pajot ELBA 45 review by Multihulls World 2019

  • Elba 45 review by Sail Magazine (USA, 2019)

ELBA 45 review by SAIL Magazine USA 2019

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Fountaine pajot elba 45 - specs.

Architect Berret-Racoupeau Yacht Design

Interior Design Racoupeau Design

Length over all 13.45 m / 44.2 ft

Beam over all 7.55 m / 24.77 ft

Displacement unloaded 13.6 T

Draft 1.2 m / 4.3 ft

Sail area 74 m² / 796 sqft

Genoa 45 m² / 484 sqft

Elba 45 - Motorisation specs

Standard: Volvo engines 2 x 40HP

Option: Volvo engines 2 x 50HP

Elba 45 - Tank capacity specs

Fresh Water 700 l (approx.) / 185 US gallons (approx.)

Fuel 470 l (approx.) / 124 US gallons (approx.)

Elba 45 - Layout versions

Maestro owner version 1 owner’s suite + 1 bathroom / 2 double cabins + 2 bathrooms

Quatuor version 4 double cabins + 4 bathrooms

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Technical specifications - Elba 45

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  • Length HT : 44ft (13.45m)
  • Max. width : 25ft (7.55m)
  • Weight : 15 tons
  • Draft : 4ft (1.25m)
  • Max. sleeping capacity : 8
  • Number of cabins : 3 to 4
  • Bathrooms : 4
  • Water capacity : 940L

Standard motorisation

  • Engine Power : 110hp
  • Fuel capacity : 700L

Standard canopy

  • Total sail area : 381sqft (116m2)
  • Mainsail area : 230sqft (70m2)
  • Genoa/jib area : 151sqft (46m2)

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The Elba 45 is a 44.1ft cat (marconi) designed by Berret Racoupeau Yacht Design and built in fiberglass pvc foam and balsa deck by Fountaine Pajot since 2019.

It accomodates 8 people in 4 cabins plus salon..

The Elba 45 is a light sailboat which is a high performer. The fuel capacity is good. There is a good water supply range.

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