I : 47.67 ft
J : 14.75 ft
P : 44.25 ft
E : 15.08 ft
Working Sail Area : 881.00 sq ft
Manufacturer Provided Description
Family yacht conceived for long distance sailing with a maximum of comfort and security Deck and cockpit Cruising yacht, easy to sail and manoeuvre, even shorthanded Spacious and ergonomic cockpit All line and winch control and handling at hand of the helmsman Compass at each steering post Twin steering wheel system, Tilting bathing platform with deep telescopic bathing ladder Life raft locker integrated into the transom New coachroof and portlight design, optionally equipped with central teak/iroko strip Interior storage facilities and doors in Moabi with inserts in Wengé Exceptional headroom in all cabins Well ventilated and very light saloon thanks to double portholes, many deck panels and ambiant LED night lighting Large and functional galley work top Refrigerator with top and front opening Hull portholes for wide visibility towards the exterior Aft heads with independant shower and many storage facilities Front cabin with ensuite heads Versions 2 cabins: Spacious saloon, L shaped galley with easy access to sail and wet gear locker. 3 cabins: longitudinal galley, big size chart table, 3 spacious double cabins To be discovered as from December 2008 at Paris boat show !
Additional DescriptionTeak trimmed seats, GRP sole.
2 large side lockers with lids fitted with padlock hasps.
GRP steering pedestals.
Rudder stock head under helmsman?s sole for installing the emergency tiller.
Engine lever and control panel easily to hand for the helmsman on the starboard side.
Transom open in centre with a tipping helmsman?s seat giving access to the swim/boarding platform.
Gas cylinder locker starboard aft. Life raft stowage in dedicated locker in front of helmsman seat.
Cockpit shower in port aft locker.
Inbuilt telescopic stainless steel bathing ladder.
All joinery work is finished in prime choice Moabi mahogany, with fiddles, mouldings and framings in solid wood.
Cabin doors have a blocking system in order to keep them open where necessary.
Soles are laminated floor boards in Moabi.
Saloon cushions and mattress fabrics have removable covers.
The cabin linings are in stylish white marine plywood.
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Sliding companionway hatch and washboard in Plexiglas with stops and lock.
Curved wooden steps and access to engine by lifting stair case on jacks.
Dedicated stowage for companionway door inside the boat.
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Large berth approximately 195 cm long with a 10cm thick mattress with washable cover.
Under the berth: 160 litre water tank and access to stowage locker.
Full length shelf with sea-fiddle over the berth alongside the hull. Large hanging locker with shelves.
Access to navigation instrument transducers.
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Double berth approximately 193 cm long. 10 cm thick mattress with washable cover.
Large hanging locker with double door and shelf above.
Shelf with sea-fiddle over berth.
200 litre fuel tank under starboard berth. 200 litre water tank under port berth.
Battery switches on the vertical area of the starboard berth.
Technical area with storage facilities between aft berths.
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Spacious head compartment with shower. Manual marine toilet, moulded washbasin, large mirror and chrome plated brass mixer tap with shower unit.
The shower has direct drainage by an electric pump.
45 L Holding available as an option.
> > > AFT HEAD > > >Manual marine toilet, moulded washbasin, large mirror and chrome plated brass mixer tap with shower unit.
The shower has direct drainage by an electric pump.
50 L holding tank as standard.
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A large U-shaped settee is on the port side with cushions made out of foam with washable covers. A central fixed settee has a hinged stowage area underneath.
Further stowage is available under seats and behind backrests.
Stowage lockers with doors and bookshelf above the settee.
Big saloon table with integrated plate holder.
Stainless steel mast pillar.
4 hull port lights to bring light into the interior.
Additional Description12V DC system. Switchboard with circuit breakers, voltmeter, 12V outlet.
1 x 100 Ah engine battery. 1 x 100 Ah service battery.
Switch for each battery.
Additional DescriptionL-shaped galley in the 2 cabin version.
Longitudinal shaped galley in the 3 cabin version.
Worktops in Corian®, Double stainless steel sink.
Chrome plated brass mixer tap for pressurised water.
Two burner cooker with oven and grill on gimbals.
12V electric refrigerator unit (180 litres) with both frontal and top opening.
Cutlery drawer and PVC stowage baskets.
Upper cabinets, one of which can house a microwave oven.
Crumb tray under sole.
Additional DescriptionVolvo 40 hp (29.1 kW). Sail-drive transmission.
Heat exchanger, anti-siphon valve. Large capacity sea water strainer.
Control panel close to helmsman with hour meter, engine stop and tachometer.
Alternator with battery isolator.
200 l fuel tank with gauge on electrical switchboard.
Fuel filter with water separator.
Emergency fuel shutoff handle.
Engine room ventilation blower, and two ventilation hoses.
Two-blade fixed propeller.
Access to the engine from front and both sides.
Independent engine bilge.
Quality sound proofing using high density foam.
Additional DescriptionHand laminated GRP hull.
The NPG gelcoat (the first layer of cloth is impregnated with NPG resin) forms an optimum barrier against osmosis.
Inner moulded hull bottom, structural grid laminated to the hull. Deck in Balsa core sandwich, made by Infusion process.
Draft 2.03 m, cast iron keel, bolt loads taken up by stainless steel backing plate.
Semi-elliptical rudder, filled with closed cell epoxyfoam.
Stainless steel, solid stock.
Additional DescriptionTeak handrails on coach roof. Wooden toe rail.
Self-draining chain locker with eye bolt and integrated windlass bracket, lid with locking bolt.
Stem head fitting, double anchor roller.
Pulpit with wooden step and separate green/red LED navigation lights.
Pushpits with horseshoe buoy bracket, flag pole holder, navigation light, and opening cable gate with hook.
Stanchions with two levels of life line.
Six aluminium mooring cleats. Single stainless steel chain plate for cap shrouds/aft lower shrouds. Two chain plates for the backstay. Two deck fillers for water and one for fuel.
Mainsheet track on and adjustable traveller on coach roof. Boom vang.
Genoa sheet tracks with piston lead blocks. Genoa sheet turning blocks on cockpit coaming.
4 and 3 sheave deck organizers for halyard returns, mainsail sheet and reefing lines.
Stainless steel swan neck electric/electronic cable gland. 9 clutches on coach roof.
Two x 32 ST halyard winches on the roof.
Two x 44 ST genoa winches on cockpit coamings close to the helmsman.
Sails & RiggingAnodised aluminium mast with double swept backed spreaders, deck stepped.
Anchor, steaming and deck light. Boom topping lift cleat.
Anodised aluminium boom equipped with two single line reefing system.
Genoa furler. Grounded rigging system.
Continuous standing rigging in single strand stainless steel cable and chrome plated bronze turnbuckles including: forestay, double backstay, cap shrouds, inter and lower shrouds.
Pre-stretched running rigging including: Main and Genoa halyards, boom topping lift, Main and Genoa sheets, two reefing lines, outhaul line, Mainsheet car control line, furling line, boom vang tackle.
Mainsail equipped with two broad reef bands, with battens and bag. Furling Genoa with anti-UV protection.
PlumbingPolyethylene tanks have a total capacity of approximately 360 litres with inspection plates and electric gauges on tanks .
Pressurised water system, 20 litre water heater.
Electric bilge pump with strainer and controls on switchboard.
Manual bilge pump operated from the cockpit.
Bilge integrated in hull and keel with easy access to strainer under floor boards.
Drainage of shower water by pumps direct to the sea, easily accessible under the washbasins.
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.