2006 lift keel single aft cabin version of this popular Marc Lombard designed cruising yacht from Jeanneau.
A comfortable and spacious interior with two large double cabins, well laid out galley and large heads compartment with excellent storage. and with her lift keel and twin rudders she is able to explore areas other boats cannot reach. Well equipped with wheel steerring, bow thruster, good instruments, autopilot and cabin heating.
White GRP hull with stern bathing platform
Lift keel version with fixed ballast keel and swinging centreboard – Serviced 2015
Wheel steering with twin semi balanced spade rudders. Emergency tiller.
White GRP deck, superstructure and self-draining aft cockpit
Moulded non-slip deck surfaces, teak laid cockpit seats, sold & aft platform..
Internal GRP moulding with teak internal joinery. Laminated cabin floors.
Yanmar 27HP three cylinder diesel engine.
Fresh water cooling with heat exchanger and wet exhaust.
Reversing reduction gearbox with shaft driven two bladed fixed propeller
Regularly serviced – last service Sept 2020 – Owner believes low engine hours
Vetus bow Thruster with control on pedestal
Fuel - 130 litres
Fresh water - 310 litres fresh water in two tanks
Hot water - 18 litre calorifier tank _ immersion
Holding Tank - 50 litres
12 volt system – 3 x batteries for services and domestics, charged by engine driven alternator or battery charger. 12v lighting throughout. Bow, stern, steaming and anchor lights.
240 volt system - shore power cable, RCB, outlets below, immersion heater in calorifier tank and battery charger.
Deck stepped fractional sloop rig
Sailspar twin swept spreader mast and single line slab reefing boom
Original 1 x 19 stainless steel wire standing rigging.
Facnor headsail furling gear.
Selden sprung kicker
Terylene running rigging with all controls led back to cockpit.
11 cockpit clutches
Harken winches – 2 x 40ST sheet & 2 x 32ST halyard on coachroof
Mainsail – slab reefing - 2006
Furling Genoa with blue sacrificial strip - 2006
Blue stackpack type zip up mainsail cover with lazyjacks
Single aft cabin version – Six/seven berths in two cabins plus saloon.
Cream leatherette upholstery in saloon
Patterned berth covers in cabins
Cream curtains, blinds to deck hatches
Hot and cold pressurised water to galley and heads.
Webasto diesel fired hot air cabin heating, outlets to cabins, sloon & heads.
Sony stereo radio CD player.
4 opening deck hatches and 4 opening ports
Forecabin - with good size V berth, hanging and stowage lockers.
Saloon – U shaped dinette to starboard (converts to double berth) with storage outboard and below. Settee to port with sliding chart table. Central saloon table with access to lift keel mechanism. Fixed hull windows.
Chart tableto port with chart stowage, instruments and switch panel.
Heads/shower – aft to port - large GRP moulded compartment with sea toilet piped to holding tank, washbasin with h & c water, separate shower cubicle and access to cockpit storage
Galleyto starboard with 2 x stainless steel sinks, large top opening 12v refrigerator, Eno two burner gimballed gas cooker with 2 burners, oven and grill.
Aft cabin– aft to starboard with large double berth and hanging locker
Stainless pulpit, split pushpit, stanchions and guardwires.
Double bow roller stemhead fitting.
Self-stowed Danforth anchor with chain and warp.
Quick electric anchor windlass
Teak coachroof grabhandles
Sprayhood 2 hoop frame only (hood on-board as pattern)
Blue wheel cover
Blue stackpack mainsail cover with lazyjacks
Harken mainsheet track forward of companionway. 2 x Harken Genoa tracks.
Alloy bow, stern and spring mooring cleats with fairleads.
Deep aft cockpit with lowering stern seat & access to bathing platform
S/s folding swim ladder
Blue cockpit cushions
Two cave lockers plus gas bottle locker with two bottles
Wheel steering pedestal with instrument pod and engine control
Winch handlle pocket
Mooring warps and fenders.
Manual and electric bilge pump
In this instance Fox’s Yacht Sales are acting as brokers for the vendor. The vendor has provided the information and whilst we endeavour to ensure the accuracy, the details are believed to be correct but are not guaranteed. Any prospective purchaser is advised to check the boat specification thoroughly and to employ at their expense a qualified marine surveyor and/or engineer to check the specification and condition of this craft and its equipment.