After boarding What's Left, you’ll soon realize there’s nothing missing in terms of comfort or amenities. To accommodate the greatest number of guests, our six-cabin layout adapts to your desires and your cruising needs. Each queen-sized suite has its own bathroom area ~ a first on the catamaran market for a 51-foot / 6-cabin model.
The experience aboard What’s Left is also a magical source of relaxation due to its incredible spaciousness. The entirely redesigned teak deck layout provides both breathing room and comfort, making it easy to move around. Another innovative feature is its complete opening between the saloon and cockpit, which facilitates communication between the galley and the large gathering table and offers a feeling of delightful freedom.
As with any Fountaine Pajot sailing catamaran, the latest trends have been woven into the very fabric of this brand-new Aura 51 model, which sets the benchmark for style, comfort, safety, and performance.
What’s Left was carefully designed to exceed the expectations of those who are passionate about the sea, and represents the pinnacle of modern design while incorporating cutting-edge industry technologies.
The elegantly modern design of What’s Left was based on the conviction that the ultimate sailing experience combines sensations with emotions. The talent of renowned designers has given our luxury catamaran the perfect balance between a beautifully refined aesthetic and a focus on performance, while boasting audacious technical achievements. This unique design, along with the polished line of our hulls, guarantees stability, agility, comfort, and the incredible sensation of pure elegance on the water.
What’s Left combines private and social spaces seamlessly, and offers comfortable, spacious living areas that are uniquely luminous. Thanks to panoramic views in the saloon, skylights and portholes, integrated saloon/cockpit space, and open galleys, the interior opens onto the exterior allowing for true indoor/outdoor living. The outside lounge decks offer areas devoted to relaxation, sunbathing, solitude or social connection.
What’s Left’s stable multi-hull structure provides both comfort and safety. Our technical specifications take reliability to the highest level (e.g., sacrificial keels, crash box, boom height, protected windlass). Also, the seamless transition from inside to outside makes maneuvering this sailing catamaran easier and more enjoyable.
What’s Left is undeniably pleasant to live aboard, but also goes the extra mile in terms of respect for the environment. In collaboration with the Olivier Racoupeau Design team of naval architects, Fountaine Pajot imagined the Aura 51 model to be able to accommodate a large surface area of solar panels without compromising on design. The generous flybridge, with its friendly lounge and relaxing sunbathing area, is fitted with solar panels that are totally flush-decked, integrating with the clean design lines and capable of producing 2,000 watts of renewable energy. This allows What’s Left to generate five times more solar energy than other similar yachts equipped with solar panels.
In order to optimize performance while reducing our ecological footprint, additional renewable energy sources have also been integrated into our sailing catamaran (e.g., AGM battery, low consumption fresh-water maker, visual control of consumption, etc.). This eco-responsible performance under sail ensures a reliable and economical trip.
Every cabin features en suite bathrooms, dry showers, separate air conditioning for each state room, and electric toilets.
To make your stay entertaining and connected there is Bluetooth / WiFi, plancha / BBQ grill, and makers for coffee, ice and water.
Air conditioning is also offered in the common area, along with drop-shades covering the aft of the boat, both of which help keep the living areas cool and comfortable to hang out in throughout the day ~ especially at sunset.
For optimal navigational comfort, the cockpit features a chart plotter, refrigerator, and speakers, as well as conveniences such as electric winches and sprayhood.
Guests will enjoy the beauty and stability of all teak decks, as well as the handy dinghy, accessible electric swim platform, and engaging underwater lights. Night lights on the mast are another nice touch, helping you find the boat after dinner or a night out on shore.
Another distinguishing amenity is the Bimini top covering the helm, which not only provides wind-protection and shade, but also keeps the skipper dry in the rain thanks to the surrounding zip-on shell. Also, we provide drop-shades to cover the aft areas of the boat, which offer cooling relief from the hot sun, especially when anchoring or mooring into the wind at sunset. Most boats don’t offer drop-shades, so this feature makes What’s Left particularly unique!
Every base is covered with practical equipment such as solar panels and a generator, holding tank, and inverter.