Good looking and very powerful cruising yacht with excellent accommodation, deck saloon, and sparkling sailing.
RCD Status: The yacht conforms with the essential safety requirements of Directive 94/25EC (Recreational Craft Directive) and is categorised A – “Ocean”
Hull, Deck & Superstructure Construction:
Engine & Gearboxes:
Maintenance & Performance:
Propulsion & Steering:
Fresh Water & Water Heating System:
Grey/Blackwater holding tanks:
Heating & Ventilation:
Summary of Accommodation:
Description of layout from forwards:
Entering the yacht from the cockpit you step down into the saloon. The interior is executed in mahogany. The table is on the starboard side with comfortable seating area around it. The saloon has panoramic windows giving full vision forward and both port and starboard. All the seating is in blue leather On each side of the entrance into the saloon there 2 storage lockers housing a TV/LCD to port side and a CD player to starboard.
On the port side of the saloon is the chart table, electronics and the secondary electrical control box.
At the base of the chart table are the battery controls.
In the centre of the saloon facing forward are steps that go down to the forward cabins. On the port side of the saloon facing aft are steps to the galley and crew cabin.
This cabin has two single berths, and with drawers and storage space under the berths. There is a hanging locker to port and drawers to starboard. The air conditioning control is located in the hanging locker. In the corridor forward of the owner’s cabin, you will find the door to the en-suite shower to port and the heads compartment to starboard.
In the saloon.
Guest Cabin 1 & 2:
1 x Port and 1 x starboard mid-ship. These two central cabins have separate berths. At the entrance of each cabin is a hanging locker with the air conditioning control inside as well as drawers and another set between the berths. Forward of each cabin is a door leading into the heads compartment which has an electric WC and separate shower stall.
On the port side amidships it is accessed via the port aft saloon steps. The galley is L shaped. From aft, there is a fitted fridge/freezer and then twin sinks, work top and dish washer. There is a hob with 4 burners and an electric oven. The microwave oven is above the cooker in a locker. The galley has ample storage for food, utensils and cooking equipment.
Crew Cabin 1:
This is intended as the Captain’s cabin. It has a single berth with storage beneath. There is a large hanging locker, and facing the berth there is a desk with storage space and a chest of drawers.
Crew Cabin 2:
This cabin has 2 single berths with a chest of drawers in the middle. There is also a separate heads compartment..
Crew Heads Compartment:
The heads’ entrance is in the corridor aft. It has good storage space, a washbasin, WC and a separate shower stall. There is direct access from this heads to the engine room.
The decks are overlaid in teak with 9 x stanchions either side.
Starting at the bow of the yacht there is the anchor and windlass which is Lofrans 2000W which is positioned in the chain locker. The deck wash is situated here also. Aft of the anchor locker is a very deep sail locker, with the the tank for the bow thruster and the pump for deck wash which can also be used in the event of a fire.
The cockpit is divided, with twin Solimar wheels. Forward of the wheels is a folding table awith the life raft beneath. The electric winches for the genoa and staysail are on the coamings. Forward are the stoppers for controlling the sails. Forward of the starboard wheel is the joy stick control for the bow thruster and the display for engine start etc., horn, and anchor control. Near the port wheel is the Multi display for the automatic pilot and compass. The controls for the hydraulic Navtec are mounted central. The port side of the pulpit houses the aerials for the main instruments; radar, GPS, Navtex and horn.
The garage aft has storage space and opens opens to create a swimming ladder.
The mast is a Sparcraft – series performance ( F3360) 340mmx205mm made in aluminum with 3 x spars and painted in Awlgrip. The boom (F2390) 185x315mm. The vang is a hydraulic Navtec 30. A hydraulic backstay Navtec 22.
Anchoring & Mooring Equipment:
Covers, Canvas & Cushions:
Tender & Outboard:
Port La Napoule
Mandelieu La Napoule