This 2014 Fountaine Pajot Mahe is an exciting cat to sail.  As with all the FP cats she is quicker than her competitors and is known for her superior styling.  In 2011 the successful Fountaine Pajot Mahe 36 was re-introduced as the Mahe “Evolution”.  She includes many upgrades, the most dramatic being the attached hard bimini which defines all catamarans today.  She was the smallest boat in the FP line of big cruising cats.  However, she inherits a big cat feel.  When compared to other 35′ catamarans you will notice the difference immediately upon stepping aboard. 

The Mahe 36 performance characteristics come from a strong but much lighter weight hull utilizing infusion technology and composite bulkheads.  There’s much less water slapping as she has a significantly higher bridge deck clearance, as much as 30% higher than her competitors.  Lower helm stations enabling lower booms yield a lower center of gravity improving both speed and stability.  As to style her superior design is evident to the beholder.  Her lines are graceful and sweeping, not abrupt and vertical.  Enjoy one level living with the salon on the same level as the cockpit-no climbing down into the “dungeon” as in monohulls.  Guests will be together with the helmspeople (2 person helmseat) whether inside or out. 3 cabins

2020 Northern Inflatable 9’8″ Tender and 6HP Tohatsu Engine included. 



  • loa 36'2"
  • lod 36'2"
  • lwl 36'2"
  • beam 19'4"
  • draft 1'1" -8'7"
  • displacement 11023 lbs
  • fuel capacity 53 gallons
  • water capacity 70 galllons
  • type Catamaran
  • designed by O. Flahault /Joubert - Nivelt
  • builder Fountaine Pajot Mahe
  • model Mahe 36
  • year 2014
  • configuration 3 cabins, 1 head
  • location Falmouth, Maine
  • boat engine Volvo Penta D1-30 x2 ( 2020)
  • horsepower 30 Hp x 2


  • 11 metres long and incorporating all of the technological advances made over recent years, the Mahé 36 is a reasonably priced offshore catamaran.
    She benefits of the highest level of innovation of our range and of new improvments including :
  • A totally rigid bimini wich integrates a dual helm seat
  • – the main sail track is mounted on the bimini
  • Based on an Olivier Flahault design and with a Joubert/Nivelt hull, she is built for safe navigation with comfortable, bright living areas and a fully protected cockpit alongside the saloon.
  •  Allows you to move around freely onboard, enjoying comfort when navigating (at the helm, in the cockpit or down below) or while moored.
  • She also 3-cabin: one hull is reserved for the master stateroom with attached lavatory. The other accommodates two double cabins, each with all the comforts needed for a relaxing cruise.



  • Saloon accessible through double sliding door with doormat
  • Panoramic view through picture windows and aft bulkhead portlights
  • 1 wooden table seating 6, 1 bench seat for 4,
  • Spaces under bench seat
  • Ventilation by 1 deck hatch + 1 porthole at the foot of mast + 2 portholes at the picture window
  • Lighting with LED spotlights

Aft cabin

  • Access in passageway through wooden door
  • Double bed (1,50 / 1,57 x 2 m approx.)
  • 1 large front-accessed stowage space under bed
  • 1 hanging closet and a stowage with shelves
  • Ventilation by 1 hull portlight and 1 deck hatch
  • 1 non-opening outward-facing picture window
  • Curtains on all openings
  • Main lighting via LED spotlight and 2 bedside reading lights


    • Access in passageway through wooden door
    • Counter top with washbasin and mirror
    • Hot and cold water by mixer faucet with built-in shower fitting
    • Shower with electric drainage pump
    • Manual marine toilet
    • Bathroom accessories (toilet tissue holder + towel holder)
    • Ventilation via 1 deck hatch and 1 escape hatch opening
    • 1 neon light


    • Sink work top in granite effect gelcoat with 1 sink and 1 draining board
    • 1 top accessed trash can, bags removed through separate door
    • Pressurized hot and cold freshwater from mixer faucet
    • 1 x 3 burner stove
    • 1 stainless steel gas oven
    • 1 x 12V 130 liter refrigerator
    • Upper stowage locker, with integrated flatware basket lower stowage locker under sink
    • Lighting with adjustable spotlight

    Sails & Rigging

    Mast and boom

    • Mast and boom in anodized aluminum
    • Complete standing rigging
    • Ball bearing mainsail luff cars
    • 1 tackle on mainsail halyard
    • 1 topping lift
    • 2 reef pennants
    • 1 genoa halyard
    • 1 spinnaker halyard
    • Lazy-jacks
    • Clutches on genoa halyards and spinnaker halyards at bottom of mast
    • Clutches on reef pennants at boom exit
    • 2 flag halyards
    • Removal on reef pennants and halyard mainsail at helm station
    • Navigation, running and mooring lights
    • Deck lighting



        • Full-batten mainsail with CST in Dacron
        • Roller genoa furler
        • Genoa

        Mainsail and Genoa

        • 1 mainsheet tackle led aft to coachroof 
        • Ball bearing mainsheet traveler 
        • 2 x tackle on mainsheet traveler clutches 
        • 2 « stand-up » blocks for genoa sheets 
        • 2 genoa sheets 
        • Clutches on reef pennants and halyard mainsail 
        • 2 size 40 self-tailing winches for main and genoa sheets

        Recent Upgrades

        ·          Solar power system: 4 X 200 watt SunPower panels; MPPT Controllers, monitors            and Color Control GX remote panel.

        ·          Stainless Steel Arch

        ·          Extension/improvement stainless stern rails

        ·          Dingy and Outboard: 9’8” North Atlantic Inflatables, aluminum hull with bow locker            and 6HP Tohatsu outboard

        ·          Waterproof stainless U-bolts inner both bows

        ·          Mantus bridle system for anchoring/mooring

        ·          New Dock Lines

        ·          New bumpers

        ·          Folding hanging hooks inside each bow locker, for organizing fenders, dock lines,            etc.

        ·          Improved block system on main traveler

        ·          Replaced main halyard

        ·          Replaced genoa sheets

        ·          Improved reefing system with blocks

        ·          Installed waste tank monitor

        ·          Galley storage and organization system

        ·          Conversion of forward guest berth to office/workspace.  (Easily converted back, if            desired)

        ·          New safety gear:  auto-inflate pfd’s; jack line; tethers, etc.

        The Company 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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