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Old 07-02-2015, 18:20   #1
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Headroom

Hi, I am interested in the Fountained Pajot Lavezzi and Athena cats. I have not been able to find the headroom in either boat. Is anyone able to help? Cheers, Roger.
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Greetings and welcome aboard the CF, RNM.
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Re: Headroom

I can't give exact figures but I spent a lot of time on a Lavezzi last year and had at least a few inches above my head everywhere and I'm 6'2" - nowhere did I feel I needed to duck or stoop - at a guess I'd say 6'6"
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Re: Headroom

I favor the FP Mahe myself and the lowest headroom on that boat is the shower and the passage through the bulkheads in the hulls. I am six feet and barefoot, the shower ceiling is about an inch and a half above me. There are two bulkheads in each hull only one of which requires my attention to step through without bumping my head. That is the passage into the head itself. The passage into the staterooms are a non issue as the foot of the bed is right there so you pass through it directly onto the bed. All other areas of the interior have good clearance for me. Salon ceiling curves down towards the rear corners but works very well aesthetically and functionally. Steps down into each hull are well done and don't require contortions to go from salon into the hull.
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