Catamaran Orana 44 for sale in Bali Indonesia
The Sanganeb a beautiful Catamaran by Fountaine Pajot and designer Joubert-Nivelt is on sale
For free spirits when one adventure ends it is because another is about to begin.
And it is so to the owners of mythic Sanganeb, they are decided to deliver the command post of their beloved catamaran.
Brief description of the Sanganeb a Catamaran Orana 44 model 4 cabin version
Built by Fountaine Pajot and designed by Joubert-Nivelt, this Orana 44 model - 4 cabin version is cruising the seas of Indonesia in a trip started in the European Med, across the Atlantic, Caribbean and Panama Canal, to reach the Pacific and navigate everywhere in the South Seas, and finally arrive to destiny in the Indian Ocean and pay homage to the gods of the island of Bali.
- € 299,000
- LOCATION: INDONESIA
- MODEL: ORANA 44 - 4 CABIN VERSION
- BUILDER: FOUNTAINE PAJOT
- DESIGNER: JOUBERT-NIVELT
Sanganeb additional features
- Registered under Italian flag, the catamaran Sanganeb is fitted with many options on top of the standard model including:
- ➢ Teak decks
- ➢ Paguro 5000 Gen set 2014
- ➢ Spectra Catalina 300 Water maker
- ➢ Full Furuno array of electronics and upgrade 15” Chartplotter in 2016
- ➢ North Sails upgraded in 2014
- ➢ Parasailor in 2014
- ➢ Harken 2 speed Electric winch
- ➢ 400W Solar panels
- ➢ 350W Wind gen
- ➢ 2 x D2 – 40HP Volvo’s with approx. 3200hrs fully serviced
- ➢ Bauer Dive compressor with tanks
- ➢ A Kayak 2016
New manufacturing technologies employed in the vessel include a single piece hull infused with composite partitions and a deckhouse constructed with RTM eco-technology. The hull is solid-glass laminate below the waterline, foam-cored from the waterline to the sheer, and entirely vacuum-bagged. The deck is balsa-cored glass laminate, laid up dry between two molds and then injected with resin. The hull and deck are bolted and adhered together. The interior furniture is plywood with a sycamore veneer. The floorboards all lift for easy bilge access to through-hull fittings and other systems.
Deck and cockpit
An innovative sliding bay provides direct open-plan access between the spacious saloon and cockpit, enhancing safety and easy of movement.
The ergonomic helm station accommodates two people and allows all navigational manoeuvres together, affording excellent visibility above the deckhouse.
The helm, with a seat wide enough for two, is easy to access through a cutout in the hardtop (with its own sliding hatch), and the cockpit flows easily into the cabin at the same level, through double sliding doors. All the sail-control lines except the halyards lead simply to a cluster at the helm (the traveler is on the hardtop), so a singlehander can reach everything while steering. There’s also space for a crewmember to crank the winch while standing on the nearby starboard side deck. The only thing that limits the helmsman’s control is a long reach from the helm to the traveler line stopper. Visibility from the helm is excellent. It’s a big vertical distance from the foredeck onto the cabintop, and there are no steps. Once you’re up, though, the huge, high expanse offers a perfect platform for a lookout to see the route through coral or shoals, and it’s a short distance for talking to the helmsman, who also enjoys a 360-degree view of the surroundings.
The luminous interior comprises a light and airy kitchen that opens onto the cockpit, a beautiful saloon table that seats eight people with panoramic views, as well as a nav station that faces the sea.
We especially liked the nav station is forward, to starboard, while the galley is abaft that. This puts the navigator in a spot with excellent visibility through the big saloon windows.
The joinery is of good production-boat standards, and the feeling of the light-colored wood interior is modern, bright, and open.
This four-cabin version is the best suited to charter service. There is ample headroom in all the cabins, and the bunks are low enough to be easy to enter and exit.
Another outstanding feature is the full walk around island double bed in the owner’s berth, located in the aft of the starboard hull with its own ensuite. The other 3 double berths still have semi-island double beds and have their own ensuite too.
A sunbathing deck aft of the helm can accommodate lounge seats for optimal comfort.
A layout plan is also included under request.
Why should you buy this Catamaran Orana 44
There is so much to appreciate in this Catamaran Orana 44’s design, ergonomics and great sailing ability, which is understandably the reason why they are so hard to find. Now you can have it!
- ➢ Vessel Name: Sanganeb II
- ➢ Year Launched: Feb 2010
- ➢ Model: Orana 44
- ➢ Builders: Fountaine Pajot
- ➢ Designer: Joubert-Nivelt
- ➢ L.O.A.: 13.1 m / 43.1 ft
- ➢ Beam: 7.35 m / 24.11 ft
- ➢ Draft: 1.2 m / 3.94 ft
- ➢ Light Displacement: 9,800 kg
- ➢ Fuel Capacity: 400 L
- ➢ Water Capacity: 2 x 265 L
- ➢ Engines: 2 x Volvo D2-40, 40hp
- ➢ Cabins Sleeps: 8 Sleeps in 4 Cabins.
- 3 Double & 1 Queen
- ➢ Bathrooms: 4