Fountaine Pajot ODSea Lab

Fountaine Pajot on board for environmental transition in the marine industry

In March 2022, Fountaine Pajot unveiled its ambition to become a leader in the environment transition for yachting.

ODSea Lab is the company plan to achieve tis major shift. It addresses production as well as issues on board, such as energy and propulsion.


"In the carbon neutrality journey, There is still a lot of unknown, but we can't wait, we have a thousand ideas, we need to shake, focus and turn good ones into opportunities. We want to move forward to make it happen, try, fail, do it again, we have to move forward, This is our mission."


Romain Motteau, Fountaine Pajot Deputy CEO



Eco-navigation innovations

In order to allow boaters to contribute always more to marine conservation, Fountaine Pajot heavily invests in many innovations in order to reach carbon neutrality by 2030.

  • Green energy production through solar and hydrogen,
  • Electrical engines,
  • Energy optimization,
  • Waste treatment,
  • Sustainable navigation conduct.

Fountaine Pajot owners already benefit from Smart Cruising management systems to optiomize energy.



Aiming at producing carbon-neutral boats by 2030

Everything is being researched and tested to produce carbon-neutral yachts.

Fountaine Pajot is already working on installing electric engines on its catamarans. Furure owners can already opt for this motorization according the the following agenda: delivery by


The shipyard first electric motorized catamaran is the Aura 51 below, which has been shown during the Fountaine Pajot 2022 International Dealter Meeting, end of June. 


Fountaine Pajot AURA 51 with electric engine


Fountaine Pajot industrial transition

In order to become leader in energetic transition in the cruising industry, Fountaine Pajot shipyard is accelerating changes both on board its boats and in the production facilities.

With ODSea Lab, Everything has to be thouroughly reviewed to make significant changes, all along the various production processes. This helps reducing the environmental impact of building boats.

In order to achieve this, Fountaine Pajot has worked on three main aspects:

  • consulting all collaborators and partners in order to enhance the built quality, while bringing better work conditions, facilitating workforce training and versatility;
  • using cleaner and less material and recycling waste, as well as reducing energy use and facilitate cleaner energies;
  • auditing and controlling suppliers in order to enforce specifications, and finding local suppliers.