Fountaine Pajot Orana 44 (Caribbean)

Presented By Chris @ The Multihull Company

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Asking: $379,000 (USD) Location: Grenada, GD (Caribbean)
S/V Saya is a Grenada, GD based 2009 Fountaine Pajot 44 Orana Catamaran For Sale By Broker
This catamaran owner requires financial settlement only. No trades.
Responses to inquiries may come from a broker, and this sale may include brokerage fees.


Are you ready for a comfortable, exciting sailing life?

Meet: 2009 Fountaine Pajot Orana 44 “Saya”

***2022 Survey Available for Serious buyers***

Saya is a popular Owners Version (Maestro) Catamaran from the well-respected French factory, Fountaine Pajot and the world-famous design team of Joubert Nivelt.

The first thing you notice when you board this vessel is the curved modern clean lines throughout. From when you step aft through to the cockpit the openness of the space is so inviting. From the port holes forward, to cabinetry throughout a mix of warm wood and white accents creates a bright modern opened feeling representing the build quality of this boat. Yes, its a production boat but they put lots of love into it, too. Living on a sailboat offer a unique opportunity to be in harmony with nature and the environment. Embracing a sustainable life onboard will help preserve our oceans and planet for future sailors. Saya comes equipped with the systems to live off grid!

The double lounging space greets you starboard and is a great reading spot in the shade with a friend. Wow! And room for the whole anchorage for sundowners in the spacious cockpit. The elevated semi-flybridge helm station seats two {maybe three) and allows for conversation with the party below. All the sail lines (except the halyards) lead to the helm for easy single-handed sailing. There is plenty of elbow room for winching starboard of the helm for a helpful crew member.

Visibility from the helm is excellent!

Transition from the cockpit to the saloon is seamless with no steps or obstructions but there is a hidden. covered well for sea splashes and mop water. The double-door to the saloon enlarges the outdoor living space. The galley is conveniently located starboard for easy prep, serving and being a part of the crowd. Ventilation is provided above the sink area but far enough away not to interfere

with the stove top flame. Thank you, Jouber Nivelt! There is also air available from three front port holes and corner fans. Lots of prep space, serving space and storage in this efficient u-shaped kitchen.

The owners side has an island style bed and two reading lights. This means you do not have to crawl all over the sheets just to make the bed or disturb your neighbor to turn on the light. The bathroom has a separate shower to keep things dry. Forward, is a well-organized storage area or workshop. The guest cabins have semi-island style beds meaning one side has easy access, which is not common in a lot of 44 ft. boats. Also, the guest cabins have their own head and showers as well. The sleeping areas have so many cubby holes for stashing shoes, clothing, books or just keeping reading glasses within easy reach.

On deck, the windows are tapered to avoid trip traps when going forward to quickly grab a line or catch a mooring ball. There is a huge access point for the anchor windlass and lounging area on the trampoline to watch the stars at night. The sturdy coach roof holds the solar panels and gives you access to the main sail as needed.

AND this boat has a washing machine! This might not seem like a big deal but if you have spent any time washing in a bucket, you will be living in the lap of luxury with this washing machine!

Saya is waiting for you on the tropical island of Grenada in the Southern Caribbean just where you want to start living your dream! Grenada has direct flights from major cities around the world and enjoys the sweet Trade winds all year long. The broker has personally sailed on this boat and happy to answer any questions about this boat or sailing in the Caribbean.

Catamaran Name:S/V Saya
Model:44 Orana
Year Built:2009
Builder:Fountaine Pajot
Designer:Joubert / Nivelt
Loa:13.15m (43ft)
Lwl:13.15m (43ft)
Beam:7.35m (24.11ft)
Headroom:2.05m (6 FT 5 inches)
Draft:1.2m (4ft)
Displacement:9.81 tonnes
Mast Height:19.2m (63 ft)
Speed:under Engines - 9Kts
Fuel Tanks:1 (106 Gallons)
Water Tanks:1 (106 Gallons)
Cabins: 3
Heads: 3
Engines:2 x Volvo D2-40 40 hp
Engine Hours: 2598 / 2599
Sails:Mainsail – two line reefing, six full battens, three reefing points
Genoa fuler – Facnor LS200

Catamaran Inventory


  • Keel: Twin Keel


  • Length Overall: 43 ft
  • Length Waterline: 43 ft ft
  • Bridge Clearance Measure: 63' 0"
  • Beam Measure: 24' 0"


  • Total Power: 80
  • Engine Brand: Volvo
  • Engine Model: D2-40
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Engine Hours: 2598
  • Engine Power: 40 hp
  • Total Power: 80
  • Engine Brand: Volvo
  • Engine Model: D2-40
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Engine Hours: 2599
  • Engine Power: 40 hp


  • Mainsail – two line reefing, six full battens, three reefing points
  • Genoa
  • Asymmetric
  • Genoa fuler – Facnor LS200


  • Two Harken 48 (1 electric, I manual) 2 speed self-tailing (coach roof)
  • One Haren 46 manual, 2 speed self-trailing (coach roof)
  • One Harken 44 electric, 2 speed self-tailing (cockpit)

Windlass and Ground Tackle

  • Lofrans Cayman 12v, 1,000W windlass
  • 3/8″ (10mm) Chain gypsy and rope drum
  • Primary anchor – 25KG Delta w/75m 10 mm chain
  • Secondary anchor – Vetus 7m, 10 mm chain, 70 m 3 strand anchor rode
  • Third anchor – 20 KG Delta (no chain or rode)


  • Console mounted stainless steel wheel
  • Connected to the rudders by Dyneema line
  • Two autopilots: Furano hydraulic and back-up Raymarine linear drive


  • Main bilge – two SPX Flow 1,250gh 12V with air pressure sensors
  • Engine rooms: 500 gh electric air pressure sendors


  • Fresh Water
  • 2 x polyethylene water tanks, 530 liters total
  • Watermaker – 12V Shenker 60 ph watermaker
  • Hot water – Isotemp 40-liter
  • Black Water / Sanitary Systems
  • Port forward head – Jabsco manual flush
  • Aft and Starboard head – electric flush
  • 40-liter polyform holding tank
  • Gray Water System
  • Direct overboard discharge
  • Rule 750 gph 12V pump shower drain


  • 12V DC Electrical System
  • (8( Trojan T105-6W batteries
  • (2) 160W Victron Energy Solar panels 75/50 MPPT controllers
  • (2) 110 Amp Alternators (each engine)
  • (2) Mastervolt 12-70-30 battery charger
  • 220V AC Electrical System
  • 220 shore power connection
  • Mastervolt 12/2000W inverter


  • Isotherm Freezer
  • Chest-style refrigerator (seperate)


  • Furuno GP-32 GPS/WAAS Navigator
  • Pioneer car stereo
  • Naviform RT-500 SC/ VHF Radio
  • 12V Panel with 18 breakers
  • Mastervolt inverter remote panel
  • Xantrex LinkLite Battery monitor
  • aFuruno Navnet 3D 14 display with charts
  • ais & radar
  • Raymarine P70 Autopilot Contro
  • Furuno FI-50 multifunction instrument display
  • Furuno FI-50 Wind instrument display
  • (2) Volvo Penta Engine panels with tachometers and engine hours
  • Volvo Penta Twin engine control levers
  • Plastimo Contest 130 magnetic compass bubble in bowl
  • EPIRB: Ocean Signal E100G, Battery expiry 11/2024.
  • Five (5) Spinlock auto inflate deck vests with lights and hood
  • Two (2) Plastimo Storm 2
  • 100N foam filled collar lifejackets
  • Safety Harnesses: four (4) with tethers
  • Danbuoy man overboard
  • Flares
  • Viking RescYou 6-person raft, next service due July 2021
  • Fire Extinguishers:
  • Smoke detector
  • Propane gas detector


  • Highfield cl10 aluminum
  • Nissan 18 HP engine
  • Davits

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Chris @ The Multihull Company

By Chris @ The Multihull Company

Chris Rundlett’s first sailing adventure was on a small Sunfish owned by the U.S. Coast Guard where his father was stationed in North Dakota. There was plenty of wind – but not much water! Since then he dreamed of bigger horizons and sailed whenever he had the chance. Chris is a true son of a sailor. Chris started his maritime career teaching USCG Captains Licensing courses in the Pacific Northwest. This lead to teaching sailing in the San Juan Islands of Washington State. In 2008, Chris started working with a sailing school in the Caribbean – St. Vincent and the Grenadines. He enjoyed sailing in these exquisite waters so much, he decided to stay. In 2013, Chris started the premier American Sailing Association affiliate school in the Caribbean, LTD Sailing – “Living the Dream!”, with his partner Chrystal Young. They have now opened a second location in the Grenadines at the Port Louis Marina, Grenada partnering with The Multihull Company and Five Oceans Marine Group. Chris and Chrystal found that many of their sailing school students were interested in buying boats – making this a natural partnership. Grenada is a great cruising destination with its southerly latitude, excellent marine services and active cruising community. Please call Chris or Chrystal if you would like to discuss the advantages of buying or selling your yacht in the Caribbean. Stop by the office at Prickly Bay Marina to say ‘Hi’ next time you are in Grenada!