Faeton presents its third project since the yard was bought out by Astondoa the 36 Formentera. This project sees again Faeton concentrate on dimensions into the mid thirty feet size, with the 36 Formentera presenting a hybrid concept of a center console with that of a cruiser, which also features a performance orientated two step hull. The hull shape is a first for Faeton and the Spanish builder continue to explore new borders as we have seen with the previous new Cruiser range, 360 Fly and 380 HT models this being more orientated towards a luxury modern type clients. The 36 Formentera will be part of the Sport range, of which it will be the largest offer along the 26 and 29 Scape models. Inside accommodation will be capable of sleeping four in a convertible Vee shaped dinette to fore, and twin berth cabin to mid ship. A galley, and a separate shower head will be part of the lower deck layout. Standard power will be of twin Mercury outboard starting from 200, up to 300hp each. A stern drive inboard version will also be available from a single Mercruiser gasoline of 320hp.