The Boat + Tour

Fountaine Pajot has set a new standard in cruising catamarans with the release of the Belize 43.

Every navigational aspect on this yacht has been optimised - the helm station protected by a fixed plexiglass screen, access to the gangways, underdeck stowage of halyards, direct anchorage and more. Meticulous attention has been paid to each detail for greater sailing ease.

The Belize 43 is an extremely efficient sailing catamaran and one of the fastest in her class. The sail area is easy to hoist and haul thanks to the genoa furler and the fully battened mainsail on ball bearing batten cars.
Architect Olivier Flahault has succeeded in maximising space and storage capacity making it comfortable and eminently practical for long-term cruising. The saloon has a strikingly spacious feel, and an ingenious innovation enables the seating to adapt to either a circle or square arrangement.
This 4-cabin version has 2 heads – but they are extremely large compared to the more cramped heads compartments typically found on 4-head versions.
Builder:    Fountaine Pajot
LOA:       42’7”
Draft:      4’3”
Fuel:       80 Gallons
Mainsail:  Slab reefing with stack-pack
Windlass: Electric 
Year:       2005
Beam:     23’0””
Engines:  2 x 27 hp
Water:    140 Gallons
Foresail:  Roller furling
Helm:      Wheel
Rigid-hulled inflatable dinghy with 9 HP outboard motor
Chart Plotter - Autopilot – GPS – CD player with Cockpit speakers
Full air conditioning
8 kW Northern Lights Generator
Depth-sounder – VHF – Log/speedometer
Charcoal barbecue
Snorkel equipment
Aluminium Bimini Top
Cockpit table, light and cushions
Deck shower