Today at Milano Yachting Week – The digital Boat Show we take you to discover two catamarans perfect for your ultra-comfortable cruise.
We are talking about two models between 13 and 14 meters of two large shipyards of multihulls that, on board, have spaces that until a few years ago were unthinkable, even on catamarans: the Elba 45 by Fountaine Pajot and the Lagoon 46. Which is better for you? The decision is yours!
ELBA 45 OR LAGOON 46?
Let’s start from Elba 45, which we suggest you to know in detail at Race Nautica’s stand: 13,45 m long with a maximum beam of 7,55 m, it is a real luxury catamaran. Elba 45 is available in two versions, Maestro, with a master cabin with private bathroom, two double cabins and two adjacent bathrooms and Quatuor, with 4 double cabins and 4 adjacent bathrooms.
You will discover how in the Elba 45 the classic nautical spaces are actually large, with one of the largest lounge areas in its category, the owner’s suite and guest rooms of breathtaking dimensions. The 8.5-square-meter relaxation areas at the front of the boat are ideal for enjoying the beauty of the sea in the most relaxed way possible.
Just a few centimeters above the Elba 45 we find the Lagoon 46 (13.99 x 7.96 m), which you can visit in the stand of Spartivento Yachts. The Lagoon 46 is proposed with: a sail plan optimized to improve the ratio sail area/displacement, a retracted mast, the result of the experience gained by Studio VPLP in the world of racing, which gives greater momentum, a shorter boom and a self-tacking jib, as well as an electric FlatWinder for the mainsail carriage and a large bow triangle, to expand the choice of headsails and performance.
Signed Nauta Design, the Lagoon 46‘s interior features a refined, elegant and functional style. The private spaces reserved for the owner are generous, with an island bed offering maximum comfort. But also the other cabins are very spacious, in particular the bow cabin where the bed has nothing to envy compared to the aft solutions.
Elba 45 or Lagoon 46? A difficult choice, isn’t it?