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Fountaine Pajot Power 67 (2021-)



Specifications

Length Overall 64.6'
19.69 m
Beam 32.28'
9.84 m
Dry Weight 31.5 tons
69,445.6 lbs.
Draft 3.8'
1.15 m
Fuel Capacity 1,057 gallons
4,000 L
Water Capacity 277 gallons
1,050 L

Captain's Report

Among the attractive attributes of the Fountaine-Pajot Power 67 are its super-wide foredeck that includes a jacuzzi.

Editor's Report by Eric Colby

The Fountaine-Pajot Power 67 is equally suited for long-distance cruising and entertaining with the layout and space that only a 64’6’ (19.69 m) long catamaran with a 32’3” (9.84 m) beam can provide. She’s drawn by Berret-Racoupeau Yacht Design and is available in two layouts. Lounge Maestro has the galley down with an owner’s suite and three double cabins with en suites. In the Classic Maestro, the Power 67 has the galley on the main deck with an owner’s suite and four double cabins below, each with a private head.  

The Flying Bridge

Stairs to starboard on the aft deck lead up to the Power 67’s flying bridge that offers 344.44 sq. ft (32 sq. m) of open area. There’s a horseshoe-shaped lounge around a table to port. To starboard, there’s a small wetbar with a grill just ahead of the stairs. Aft are two rear-facing double-wide lounges. Forward to starboard, the helm has dual multifunction displays with the controls and IPS joystick to starboard. The bench-style seat has a fold-up bolster so the captain can sit or stand while driving. Lounges alongside and immediately abaft the helm seat ensure that the captain will have company during a long cruise. Overhead, the hardtop has an opening sunroof.

The flying bridge places a premium on lounging areas with lots of space to stretch out.
Passengers can enjoy lunch under the protection of the hardtop or head aft to catch some rays.
The upper helm has a modern, architectural feel with the multifunction displays set in an angled panel.

The Main Deck

From the flying bridge, it’s easy to see the potential of the foredeck as a gathering area during a dockside cocktail party. Aft, there’s a jacuzzi to port with two lounges to starboard. Forward, the teak decking is wide open, perfect for putting out some chaise lounges to soak up some rays, getting in some yoga or dancing the night away.

The forward lounges are recessed below deck level and the jacuzzi is sure to be a hit with family members of all ages.

Extra-wide side decks with tall rails lead aft where there are stairs on each side of the centrally positioned swim platform. There’s a passerelle to port to facilitate pier-side boarding. The swim platform between the hulls can be lowered into the water to create a private beach.

Look at all that deck space. When it comes to on-board activities, the only limit will be the guests’ imaginations.
The swim platform will undoubtedly be one of the most popular gathering areas on the Power 67.
The heavy-duty rails on the re-boarding ladder could lend themselves well to diving.

Moving forward, the aft deck has 387.5 sq. ft. (36 sq. m) of space and a large lounge that wraps around a table to port. Folding deck chairs add capacity. The table can be lowered to create a large berth. There’s a smaller lounge to starboard as well as a grill. Overhead, the flying bridge provides shade for the entire area and has recessed lighting.

Just because the aft deck has space for the family to have dinner doesn't mean the owners can't enjoy some quiet time.
Here we see the table lowered and even with the folding chairs set up, there’s still easy passage to the salon.

Large stainless-steel framed glass doors open to provide a seamless entry to the Power 67’s salon. The boat’s expanse is felt in this area where there’s a super-sized lounge and a table to starboard. Ottomans add to the seating space. In the Classic Maestro layout, the galley is opposite to port with a small lounge just ahead. Forward, a centrally positioned door leads to the foredeck. To starboard, a navigation station includes a chartplotting screen plus monitors for the on board systems.

The Classic Maestro has the galley on the main deck to port.
The Lounge Maestro version has a lounge to port instead of the galley, which could lend itself better to chartering.
Sliding doors provide a seamless transition between the aft deck and the salon, creating an even larger area for entertaining.
With the galley on the main deck, the center island will be a natural gathering area and notice the abundant windows.
The island also serves as an entertainment venue, housing the TV on a retractable frame.
The spacious galley is equipped and has the storage capacity for a long cruise.

Accommodations Deck

With the catamaran design, the cabins are entered from hatches on each side of the salon. The master suite covers 236.81 sq. ft. (22 sq. m) of space to port with a large dressing area including a small lounge area and a private head with his and her sinks and a separate shower area. Each of the other cabins has a hanging locker and natural light from hullside windows and overhead deck hatches. Forward, there are crew quarters in each bow that could also be good for extra kids. If the galley is on this level, it’s to port.

Here we see the Lounge Maestro with the galley to port.
By offering sleeping space for 10, the five-cabin plan could be good for chartering.
The master stateroom has its own entry and check out the headroom.
Each cabin has its own window to let in natural light and the vanity will be appreciated by guests.
His and her sinks are exclusive to the master head and notice the opening port in the hullside window.

Other Specifications

The Power 67 has a draft of 3.8’ (1.15 m) and her unladen displacement is approximately 31.5 tons. Standard power is twin 300-hp engines with an upgrade to twin 435 hp IPS packages. She carries 277 gallons of freshwater (1,050 liters) and 1,057 gallons of fuel (4,000 liters). Fountaine-Pajot estimates her range at 1,700 nautical miles.