|Length Overall:||66.6 ft / 20.32 m|
|Beam:||31.14 ft / 9.5 m|
|Draft:||5.1 ft / 1.55 m|
|Displacement:||26 T - unloaded|
|Main Sail Area:||1270 sq ft / 118 sq m|
|Genoa Area:||904 sq ft / 84 sq m|
|Standard Power:||2 x 110 HP|
|Optional Power:||2 x 150 HP|
|Architects:||Berret - Raccoupeau Yacht Design|
|Interior Design:||Raccoupeau Design|
The luxurious new Victoria 67 sailing catamaran is inspired by its predecessor, the Galathea 65, and has been designed by the shipyard and Berret Racoupeau architects in response to the specific demands of Fountaine Pajot’s discerning multihull clients.
Fountaine Pajot’s first superyacht, the Victoria 67 features a sleek exterior design complete with full flydeck, a new innovation in the shipyard’s extensive sailing range.
As the company’s largest catamaran, the Victoria 67 sets new standards in space and style and has the largest sail area, the biggest interior volume and the most expansive owner’s suite of the Fountaine Pajot range.
The magnificent flydeck can be easily accessed from the cockpit via two secure stairways. With decadent benches, sofas and tables, it is a spacious and decadent haven for relaxation inspired by the world’s best hotels.
The flydeck also provides excellent visibility for crew with an ergonomically designed helmstation and efficient deck equipment to enable smooth operation of the catamaran under power or sail. At the aft of the flydeck is an exclusive zone to accommodate communication equipment and solar panels.
The generous interior of the Victoria 67 was designed by Isabelle Racoupeau who employed an ‘urban chic’ approach to create a warm yet contemporary living space.
Expansive passageways, built-in equipment, separate living areas, subtle lines and a carefully considered floor plan create a highly functional and eminently elegant interior. The huge saloon is gently bathed in light from an expanse of panoramic windows.