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Bruce Roberts 43
Fiberglass ketch, spacious, sturdy and healthy.
Sturdy and marine sailboat, seaworthy thanks to her ketch rig.
Taxes paid for New Caledonia
Based in New Caledonia
4 to 6 sleeps - 2 double cabins
Buce Roberts type fiberglass sailboat built in 1981 in the US.
This unit has belonged to its current owner since January 2009; over the sailings, he has always improved her with recent material and new equipments. Crossed the Pacific 2013-201414 then sailed in New Caledonia between 2014 and 2017.
ISUZU 60HP 2L 4 cylinder inboard engine (955 hours since 2004, standard exchange)
Shaft line with Volvo shaft seal
1*500L diesel tank (RACOR prefilter)
Standing rigging (2000)
Mainsail 3 reefs 25m², triple stitched Lee Sails - good condition
Boom with Wichard brake
Furling genoa 25m² - good condition
Small staysail on removable stay
Main anchorage: Lewmar 20kg anchor + 90 m of 10mm chain
CQR 20kg and 15kg rescue anchors, one Danforth 20kg anchor with chain and rope
Mooring in the harbor of Noumea
Fresh water: 2 tanks for a total of 500 L
Fresh water under pressure with ceramic filtration and activated carbon - Sea water foot pump
4-burner stainless steel gas stove and oven
Manual toilet and washbasin
WAECO 140 L refrigerator in 12V / 110V / 220V (2014)
Plenty of storage space - very functional at anchor and in navigation
Honda 4 strokes generator
Solar panels on davit
110 Ah house battery
100 Ah engine battery
All interior and exterior LED bulbs (very low consumption)
Self-steering vane (2012) also serves as a backup rudder
VHF COBRA MARINE MR F55EU
GPS / chartplotter / touchscreen sounder NSS7 with transmitting AIS
6 people liferaft (2011)
Fire extinguishers and distress flares kit (compliance to be expected)
Fully equipped workbench / workshop for all DIY projects
Hard bottom hypalon / aluminum dinghy
Yamaha outboard engine 15 HP (2014)
Mooring 2 Tons of 2015, 16mm chain in Nouville bay included in the sale
Hood and cockpit cover
Last bottom paint: 2013 (total absence of osmosis points thanks to a previous anti-osmosis treatment made of several layers of epoxy resins)
Sturdy and marine sailboat, Seaworthy thanks to her ketch rig.
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.