The MY6 Motor Yacht built by the Fountaine Pajot shipyard will be on display during the "Open Days" in Palma. The Open Days are exclusive days that allow you to discover the motor catamaran of your choice. Our dealers are at your disposal to guide you in your acquisition project.\r\n\r\n\r\nBack on the trial of this motor catamaran with an innovative design by Fountaine Pajot, carried out by the magazine POWER & MOTORYACHT...\r\nThe MY6 - unparalleled spaces:\r\n\r\n"The MY6 is different because there’s a full-length owner’s cabin in the port sponson, with an entrance to port of the aft galley. The master berth is athwartships, which makes the most of the space. The head forward of the stateroom is a comfortable size.\r\n\r\nIn the starboard hull, there are indeed two mirrored staterooms, again with athwartships berths. There is a fourth cabin forward in the salon with a double berth, although Fountaine Pajot is quick to describe it as a crew’s quarters or a room for the kids. No one’s asking, but I’d glad- ly take that stateroom. With standing headroom and reading lights, it looks like a cozy spot to hide away with a book.\r\n\r\nThe prime social area on the MY6 is the flybridge. With plenty of seat- ing around an aft dining area and a large sunpad with fold-up seat- backs, it’s a versatile space in which to soak up the sun and sights."\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nThe very exception of motor catamarans:\r\n\r\n"One of the biggest differences between this power cat and others intended for charter is the level of fit and finish throughout. While some cats look as if their staterooms could be hosed down at the end of a week aboard, the MY6 is more comparable to modern motor- yachts of much larger LOA."\r\n\r\nAn international destiny, a worldwide success:\r\n\r\n"When test day arrived, a team of marine journalists from around the world were given allotted times to run the boat. A flood of languages and accents ranging from Italian and Dutch to German and New York- er hints at the international appeal of the MY6. In fact, of the eight boats sold, each is heading to an owner in a different country.\r\n\r\nSpooling up the engines, with the rest of the crew relaxing through- out the MY6, she easily climbs to 25 knots, with no discernible bow rise when getting on plane (another benefit of the twin hulls).\r\n\r\nTurns were sharp and smooth. There was little in the way of chop during the test, and the 44 leaves such a small wake that running the boat in circles to try and simulate some sort of sea conditions didn’t work well. Still, you can tell this boat is solidly constructed. As for those pods, with 20 knots of wind, they admirably moved the boat in any direction desired. The combination of IPS and multihulls is in fact a winning one, with the pods seemingly taking advantage of the leverage afforded by the spac- ing not available on most monohull installations."\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nThe MY6 - the motor yacht with an elegant design and a confident look:\r\n\r\n"We’re not rebranding a sailboat with its mast chopped off. It’s a powerboat with two hulls, with all the benefits of a catamaran, like a huge kitchen, flybridge, and the seaworthiness and stability that they’re known for.\r\n\r\nLooking down at the power cat, then up to the ancient- meets-modern skyline, I realize that the Fountaine Pajot MY6—much like the city of Mallorca—might just be the combination of heritage and modern comfort that stands the test of time."\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nThe MY6 is definitely the power catamaran that seduces many owners with its charisma, personality and handling.\r\n\r\nTo register for the exclusive days in Palma > click here.\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nTo read the full article > click here.