2008 Fountaine Pajot 44 Orana Maestro

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A very well-maintained ORANA 44, owner version (MAESTRO) with 3 cabins, under German flag, where a lot was replaced and serviced in winter 2022/2023. Among other things, almost the entire navigation electronics were renewed. Unfortunately, the planned long-term sailing trip did not take place and the ORANA 44 is waiting for her new owner, ready to sail.

In this description only main features are taken into account. For further details or images of the yacht as well as all other questions we would appreciate your contacting us.


  • Length: 43ft
  • Builder: Fountaine Pajot
  • Beam: 24' 1"
  • Draft: 3' 11"
  • Year: 2008
  • Hull: Fiberglass
  • Status: Active

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  • Builder: Fountaine Pajot
  • Designer: Joubert/Nivelt


  • Length Overall: 42.98 ft
  • Max Draft: 3' 11"
  • Beam Measure: 24' 1"


  • Total Power: 40
  • Engine Brand: Volvo Penta
  • Year Built: 2008
  • Engine Model: D2-40F
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Engine Hours: 3068
  • Engine Power: 40 hp

  • Total Power: 40
  • Engine Brand: Volvo Penta
  • Year Built: 2013
  • Engine Model: D2-40F
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Engine Hours: 1296


  • Fresh Water Tanks: 1 (400 Gallons)
  • Fuel Tanks: 1 (400 Gallons)


  • Number of cabins: 3
  • Number of heads: 3


Each of the three cabins aboard the ORANA 44 enjoys its own private bathroom with separate shower, while sliding doors in the companionways provide exceptional privacy for every guest. The owner’s suite in the starboard hull is fitted with an island bed, while the two supplementary cabins have semi-island style beds.



  • wood flooring throughout the boat
  • leather upholstery in saloon


  • sloop rig with aluminium mast
  • battened mainsail 65 sqm, furling genoa 45 sqm, both still in good condition
  • HARKEN winches: 48 electric, 48 and 46 manually, 46 manually at stern
  • lazy bag, lazy jack


  • Volvo D2-40F, 2 x 40 hp in lieu of standard 30 hp
  • complete overhaul of the engines (2019)
  • 2 engine panels and dual engine control at helm station



  • large cockpit on the same level with saloon
  • cockpit rigid bimini top
  • helm and steering wheel protected by blue cover
  • solarium behind helmsman seat with headrest
  • 6-person bench seat around the table
  • cockpit floor covered by wooden tiles, not glued, easy to remove


  • davits for dinghy with additional holders for overlying solar panel platform
  • deck shower, hot/cold
  • new covers for all exterior cushions
  • 2 new sunbeds
  • swim ladder
  • 2 pulpit chairs
  • electric windlass at bow
  • Rocna anchor, 33 kg, with 70 m anchor chain and spare anchor



  • B&G Zeus 3S GPS chart plotter 12”
  • B&G HALO 20+ pulse compression radar, 36 nm range
  • FURUNO autopilot
  • NAVICO ForwardScan transducer
  • B&G Triton 2, multi functions display with DST810 Depth/Speed/Temp
  • B&G WS310 Wind Pack and N2K interface
  • compass



  • NMEA 2000, WLAN router
  • radio/MP3 sound system in saloon with 2 speakers and 2 additional speakers in cockpit



  • MASE generator, 5 kW, 43 hours
  • generator starter battery and 2x starter batteries for engines with main switches (all new)
  • all leisure batteries recently replaced by AGM Deep Cycle batteries
  • battery charger, 12 V/50 Ah
  • 6 solar panels with 600 W in total
  • inverter, 1500 W
  • watermaker 90 l/h
  • electric toilet in master bathroom



  • ZODIAK dinghy, 3.10 m
  • HONDA outboard engine, 15 hp
  • 2 folding bicycles (bought end of 2022)



  • AIS
  • liferaft for 8 people
  • ICOM IC-M323 VHF
  • MOB system
  • fire extinguishing system
  • gas detector



  • ELECTROLUX washing machine, 6 kg (new in 11/2022)
  • DYSON vacuum cleaner
  • galley with 3 burner gas stove with oven, pressurized fresh water mixer tap, pressurized sea water, refrigerator 150 l, deep freezer 80 l


The highly anticipated ORANA 44 replaced one of Fountaine Pajot’s greatest successes, the Belize 43.

Designed by renowned Joubert/Nivelt team, the ORANA 44 is ideal for high-performance ocean sailing or modified for charter operators.

Boasting a high degree of comfort, the ORANA 44 has a low centre of gravity to afford maximum safety and with a generous 110 square feet of sail area.

New manufacturing technologies employed in the vessel include a single piece hull infused with composite partitions and a deckhouse constructed with RTM eco-technology, ensuring it affords complete respect to the environment.

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 three people and groups all navigational manoeuvres together affording excellent visibility above the deckhouse.

The ORANA 44 has sleek lines and perfect proportions with a rigid bimini that is seamlessly integrated into the overall design. Inside there is excellent headroom and a spacious ambience that has been achieved without compromising exterior aesthetics.

A sunbathing deck aft of the catamaran features two mattresses with deck-chair style adjustments for optimal comfort.

The luminous interior comprises a light and airy galley that opens onto the cockpit, a beautiful saloon table that seats eight people with panoramic views, as well as a card table that faces the sea.

The galley is comprehensively equipped and features Fountaine Pajot’s famous ‘piano refrigerator’ and ample space for cooking and preparation while overlooking the spacious saloon.

Each of the four cabins aboard the ORANA 44 enjoys its own private bathroom with separate shower, while sliding doors in the companionways provide exceptional privacy for every guest. The Owner’s suite in the Owner’s version is fitted with an island bed, while the two supplementary cabins have semi-island style beds.

The ORANA is powerful and commanding in inclement conditions, maintaining a high degree of comfort and stability courtesy of its advanced design and good forward volume. Easily managed singlehandedly in all conditions, the catamaran is also a delight to sail in lighter breezes.


a prima vista offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.


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