2010 Tofinou 12
St Tropez, France
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- Engine/Fuel Type:
- Single / diesel
- Located In:
- St Tropez, France
- Hull Material:
- Current Price:
- EUR 200,000 Tax Paid (A$ 314,092)
'Milou' is a Tofinou 12 custom built to owner's exacting specification. Well equipped and professionally maintained, she is ready for the new season.
First launched in late 2010 the stunning Tofinou12 follows the same modern sleek style as the Tofinou 8 and 9.5 while offering the four berth accommodation of a true weekender with separate w.c and galley with fridge small hob and pressurised water. A deep fixed keel gives the 12 superb upwind performance and great stability reaching and downwind. Twin carbon wheels give the perfect steering position and all ropes lead to four winches just ahead of the helm positions. A large main on upgraded Park avenue boom and self tacking jib can be combined with code zero or furling asymmetric for speed and easy handling. Milou is without doubt the best specified and presented Tofinou 12 for sale on the market today
Please contact at +33 (0)4 42 05 88 88
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Hull Shape: Other
LOA: 39 ft 0 in
Beam: 10 ft 6 in
Maximum Draft: 7 ft 10 in
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Cruising Speed: 7 knots
Number of cabins: 1
'Milou', Tofinou 12 built in 2010 by Latitude 46 in France to a Joubert / Nivelt design.
German Flag - VAT paid
White' water lines and Anthracite Grey painted coach roof and aft cockpit coamings.
Deck in a vacuumed sandwich grp construction, joined to the hull by lamination and through fastenings.
Deck surfaces laid with 8 mm teak, vacuumed glued.
Cockpit coamings and cabin sides in mahogany, removable for maintenance and varnishing,and covering all the halyards and sheets.
Large aft deck locker with flush lid.
Toerails in varnished mahogany.
Cockpit seats and sole in teak.
Toe rail extended to bow with tack eye for gennaker on top.
Cast iron fin keel with lead bulb.
Twin carbon steering wheels and emergency tiller.
Fuel: 50 Litres
Water: 100 Litres
Nanni 29hp diesel engine
Battery charger with 15m shore power cable,
Additional 220v socket near galley, 2 x 110a/h batteries.
Teak interior joinery, one open plan cabin with double berth forward and two single berths aft.
Canvas upholstery, galley area with sink and large capacity refrigerator.
Navigation area with chart table and electronics panel.
Shower and heads (electric flush/fresh water) with holding tank moved forward to allow easy access to aft quarter berth, with teak door and vents. Storage locker starboard aft
220v electric immersion heater.
Radio/CD player with outside speakers and Ipod connection.
7/8ths rig with carbon mast.
Upgraded Park Avenue carbon boom,
Harken mast track divider and foot outhaul.
Reef lines led back to helmsman.
Harken traveller flush with deck.
Electric winch for mainsail.
SAILS ( 2 x sets)
NORTH SAILS (very little used)
3DI 760 Aramlid/dyneema
(1 reef, 2 x full lenght battens, HARKEN switch track cars)
3DI 760 Aramlid/dyneema
5vertical full battens)
2 x A0 GENNAKER
(Furling - Maxicode MK300P, white)
All by North Sails UK:
3DL Carbon/Kevlar: Mainsail (2 x reefs, 2 x full length battens, Harken Switch track cars);
Code 2 and Code 3 jibs (all horizontal furling battens).
Superkote 60 (white) A2 gennaker,
Superkote 90 (grey, very little use) A4 gennaker.
Norlon (white) G0 gennaker (furling sail with Karver KF2 furler),
8 oz Dacron stormsail
B & G H3000 CPU Hydra,
ACP1 Pilot pack (mono),
20/20 HV display pack,
Plastic flanged speed & depth sensors.
4 x way bracket.
Rotary rudder sensor,
T1/12v hydraulic ram,
GPSMAP 5012 inc GPS17 x NMEA 2000,
ICOM M33 waterproof,
Handheld VHF, ICOM M411 VHF and Heliflex Stubby VHF antenna & 25m cable.
Cockpit, wheel, jib and mainsail covers.
Lines and fenders.
Retractable cockpit table.
Anchor under deck with electric windlass.
Fabric cockpit and aft deck cushions.
Guard lines extended to transom.
Electric air pump for dinghy.
Eye in bow for spectra line (bowsprit)
Liferaft 6 pax
*This price is based on today's currency conversion rate.