ZANZIBAR is a beautifully maintained Gilles Vaton design flush deck, cutter rigged sailing yacht. small cabin top aft of the mast, a large guest cockpit, and separate aft sailing cockpit with twin wheels. She has accommodations for six or seven owners and guests in three ensuite staterooms forward, and up to four crew in two cabins aft. Hull color is dark blue, superstructure is white, and decks are teak. She has twin engines, screws and rudders, a centerboard and full hydraulics. Total refit 2012-2015 (i. e.: complete refitting of teak deck, bow thruster, communication equipment and engine).
Please contact Charles Ehrardt in Cannes:
T +33 (0)4 92 912 915
M +33 (0)6 26 58 26 39
F +33 (0)4 92 912 900
Built: by Trehard
Length: 31.35m/102' 8"
Beam: 7.4m/24' 3"
Draft: 2m/6' 6"
Classification: Bureau Veritas
Flag: Cayman Islands
Hull colour: Dark Blue
Gross tonnage: 89t
Net tonnage: 26t Displacement 86 tons
Designer: Gilles Vaton
Speed 10/13 knots (approx)
Fuel capacity 1,585 US Gallons (5,999 Litres)
Water capacity 1,585 US Gallons (5,999 Litres)
Engines: 2 x CAT 180HP
Engine model: 3208
Engine hours: Port: 9,011hrs (28-Aug-2017)
Starboard: 8,391hrs (28-Aug-2017)
Gearboxes: Twin Disc, 3:1 reduction ratio
Generators: 2x Northern Lights 27 kva generators, new 2008
Generator hours: Port 10237 hours at 28-Aug-17
Starboard 9011 hours at 28-Aug-17
Electricity: ZANZIBAR is powered by a 24 volt DC system and a 220volt AC 50hz system
DC system: Two service banks of 12x 2 volt wet cell lead acid batteries providing 1500 amp hours each
Charging Systems: 175 amp 24v alternators on each main engine for service banks 40 amp 24v alternators on each main engine for engine start 35 amp 12v alternators on each generator for generator start ENAG Model CDS3 24v/20 amp for radio-engine batteries
Victron 3000 watt inverter/charger (2012)
Shore power: 60 amp shore power
Batteries: Main engine start: 2x (each) 12 volt lead acid to provide 24volt start
Generator start: 1x (each) 12 volt lead acid
Radio: 4x 6 volt gel cell batteries to provide 24 volts
Dometic chilled water system cooling/heating Two compressors in series Dometic MCG48 Air handler/fan coil units throughout accommodations with individual controls
Max Power retractable R300 duo-prop hydraulically driven from a dedicated pump on the starboard generator.
Sanguinetti Jet Flush
2x black water tanks with through hull and on deck discharge
800 GPD “Aquamiser+” 220V (2012)
High pressure Cat pump1,5 HP motor
Friga Bohn with three Copeland compressors
Two 800 litre stainless steel lined refrigerated compartments in galley with upper and lower doors to each and with individual digital thermometers and thermostats, allowing either compartment to be set for fridge or freezer service.
Hydromeka installation with four 24volt electrically driven hydraulic pumps for sail handling systems etc.
Hydrorene Lubec hydraulic pump on starboard generator for bow thruster and back up for 24volt systems.
Navtec manual systems (2) for backstay, vang, headsail halyard tensioners, etc.
HPU 200 continuous running pump for back up autopilot
HPU 200-300 continuous running pump for main autopilot
Hydraulic power supplied to:
Primary winches, secondary winches, mainsheet winch, halyard winches, genoa furler, staysail furler, transom door, dinghy recovery system, centerboard lifting system, bow thruster and autopilot.
Jabsco CP20 transfer pump
(4) tanks with transfer manifold
Main engine Separ KWA50 fuel/water separator
Generator Separ KWA25 fuel/water separator
Fresh water system:
Gianneschi & Ramacciotti ACV80 Idrojet 24 pressure pump providing high capacity and high pressure, allowing all showers to be used simultaneously.
200 litre tank in forward end of port lazzarette with twin 220 volt immersion heaters.
2x tanks, one forward, one aft, non integral, with automatic/manual control and high water alarm.
Each tank is evacuated overboard by one of the two separate Gianneschi & Ramacciotti MV44 pumps.
(2) tanks, non integral, fitted with float switches and Gianneschi & Ramacciotti MV44 pump for overboard discharge.
Deck pump-out facility for shore side discharge.
(2) Rule 2000 gph submersible pumps with float switches in forepeak
(2) Rule 2000 gph submersible pumps port and starboard in engine room
Gianneschi & Ramacciotti Hydrojet 4 engine room bilge pump
Jabsco 24volt diaphragm scavenger bilge pump in engine room (2016)
Rule 2000 gph submersible pump in mast bilge
Rule 2000 gph submersible pump in galley bilge
Hendersonmanual bilge pump in lazarette bilge
High water alarms in all bilge compartments with synoptic bilge alarm panel
(2) Gianneschi & Ramacciotti CP50 2.2kW 220 volt 50 hz pumps in pump room, with suction manifold to all compartments, interchangeable for either bilge or fire
Rule 2000 gph submersible pump in lazarette bilge
Forward in the accommodations, the large and very quiet Master Stateroom features king size berth against the aft bulkhead to starboard, with night tables and reading lights. To port is a desk with pullout section and with bookshelves above, forward of which are huge hanging lockers. Through twin doors in the forward bulkhead are the "his and hers" head compartments, finished in green marble, with large stall showers with seats. Light and air are provided by six deck hatches with blinds and screens, and two fixed hull ports.
Almost a mirror image of the port stateroom, the starboard Guest Stateroom is slightly smaller in width. There is a queen size berth above which is a slide-out "Pullman" berth. The head and shower compartment is similar to that in the port side guest stateroom.
The powerful rig is versatile and easy to manage. There are several refinements, such as running backstay blocks in below deck boxes, which keep the running rigging ‘lines on deck' to a minimum.
The main features of this yacht are :
- 2 main engines
- 2 rudders
- A lifting keel hydraulic overhauled in 2015 allowing anchorages in very shallow waters
- Timeless teak interior and design
- Proven world cruiser
- Deck teak new 2012/2017