Tirant d'eau: 1,65m
Moteur Yanmar 75 CV 2006 680 Heures.
Inventaire: Propulseur , coupe orin, four gaz et micro-onde, 2 frigos, eau chaude, 6 couchettes, cuve eau noire, Chauffage Webasto 5000D, sellerie alcantara, 4 batteries ( 3x180Amp et 1 de 135 Amp), chargeur de quai + prise de quai, Guindeau électrique, mouillage FOB 22Kg neuve.
Electronique: central ST 60 raymarine: loch speedo sondeur, anémo-girouette, VHF , Pilote ST 6000, radar, traceur GPS+ carte Méditerranée et Atlantique, Navtex, radio cd 2HP cabine+ 2 HP ext.
Voiles: Génois neuf + GV Lattée, Lazy bag et lazy jack, GV artimon, Geenaker + Chaussette
Armement hauturier + survie 2006 à jour.
Place de port à sec disponible au tarif de 124 €ttc mensuel soit 1488€ttc annuel.
Prix 230 000€
Visible sur rendez-vous contacter Nicolas Mazan 06 72 15 38 50.
Zusatzinformationen, Zubehör und Ausstattung:
Designer: Wilho Aarnipalo
Länge über alles: 10.39 m
Breite: 3.40 m
L.W.L.: 8.61 m
Tiefgang min.: 1.65 m
Tiefgang max.: 1.47 m
Verdrängung: 8283 kg
Ballast: 2395 kg
Stehhöhe: 1.91 m
Trokengewicht: 8282 kg
Marke des Motors: Yanmar
Motor Typ: Innenbordmotor
Propeller: 3-Blatt Propeller
Antrieb Typ: Direktantrieb
Anzahl Wassertanks: (401 Liter)
Anzahl Treibstofftanks: (499 Liter)
Anzahl an Einzelbetten: 6
Anzahl Kabinen: 2
Anzahl Toiletten: 2
Anzahl der Badezimmer: 2
Description fournie par le constructeur
The Nauticat 331 is based on the Nauticat 33, but the Nauticat 331 features a freshly designed pilothouse, hull, and deck layout. The new, deep bolt-on fin results in improved performance under sail. Traditional Nauticat values such as superb comfort, careful arrangements of interiors, and effortless operation both under sail and under power were naturally not put aside. The Nauticat 331 is suited to yachtsmen looking for more versatility than the average motorsailer concept allows.
Nauticat 331 Specifications - Standard Equipment Hull - All hand-laminated GRP construction using alternate layers of mat and woven roving - Longitudinal stringers and transverse floor members in appropriate areas - All structural bulkheads are teak-faced marine plywood, securely bonded to the hull - Engine bed in GRP construction with steel plates Deck and Superstructure - The deck and superstructure are of 100 percent hand-laminated GRP construction - Decks with anti-slip finish - All exterior trim, including handrails are of teak - All windows of toughened safety glass suspended in alloy frames - Stainless steel stanchions with teak rails - Boarding gates aft and starboard - Four heavy duty mooring cleats and four heavy duty fairleads plus a stainless steel stemhead fitting - Cap-rail of teak - Anchor box on foredeck Engine - Standard engine is a Yanmar 4JH-DTE marine diesel developing 88 hp - 3600 rpm - Mechanic gear box provides 2.6:1 reduction - Engine is fresh water cooled - The acid-proof propeller shaft swings a 21" x 14" LH bronze propeller through heavy duty bronze bushings complete with lubrication system - 500 liters of fuel in two tanks, one each side of the engine room, properly vented, with side deck fills and equipped with a separate manual pump for taking out the dirt - A cruising range of approx. 600 nautical miles is provided Plumbing - All through-hull fittings below waterline supplied with seacocks - Fresh water capacity of 400 liters in polyethylene tank (with filter) beneath the main sole with large inspection - clean out port and fill from deck - A pressure water system supplies both the galley and the toilet - Tubing in PVC - Double stainless steel sink in galley, basin and hand shower in toilet - The toilet is supplied with marine pump type head, septic tank, 80 liters, and a pump-out fitting on deck, aft toilet is optional - Automatic, electric bilge pump and manual bilge pump on aft deck Steering - Dual steering stations, one in wheelhouse and one on aft deck, employ the widely known Capillano hydraulic system - Turnover rate of the inner wheel adjustable 3-6 turns from lock to lock - Rudder of fiberglass, rudder stock off acid-proof steel - Emergency steering by way of a tiller connected directly to the rudder stock Electrical System - Ship's service is by way of a 12V DC system employing 3 heavy duty lead acid batteries 2 x 180 AH for service and 1 x 135 AH for start - A master switch for start and service battery - The charging system employs a 12V - 80 amp alternator and a relay for parallel connection during engine-running - Automatic fuses for all consumers - Lighting throughout the yacht as needed - Running lights to international standards Spars and Rigging - Silver anodized aluminum spars, with internal halyards - Stainless steel wire with rope tails - The spars are soundproof - Boom equipped with Rodkick boom vang - Masts are deck stepped; steaming light, anchor light and deck light on the main mast - Deck flood light and flagstaff on mizzen mast - Main mast halyard winches - 2 x Andersen 10 - Standing rigging - main mast, 1 x 19, 5-6 mm dia., stainless steel wire; mizzen mast 1 x 19, 5-6 mm dia., stainless steel wire - Running rigging - internal halyards of stainless steel 7 x 19, with ropetails; sheets of rope 12 and 14 mm - Sheet winches - foresail: 2 x Harken 32 STA 2-speed - Chainplates and turnbuckles are of stainless steel Interior - The interior joinery is of satin varnished teak, fitted to highest yacht building standards - Countertops in the galley and toilet compartment are of low maintenance durable laminates - Upholstery and curtains throughout are available in a variety of standard combinations - Wheelhouse curtains are not included - Wall-to-wall carpeting in pilothouse - Floor drain in toilet, floor of mosaic tiles Forecabin - Berths with large aluminum framed opening hatch overhead - Reading lights and shelves above berths - Storage under berths Head - Toilet - Head compartment is located by the fwd cabin and contains a marine pump type head basin and hand shower - Inside the door on the ceiling there is a curtain on a rail of aluminum - Ceiling light, 12V outlet - Storage behind and underneath of basin - Head is of light colored laminate inside, lower part fiberglass module - One dorade vent - Opposite the head compartment is a large hanging locker Saloon - A large dinette for up to six persons convertible to a generous double berth - Outboard is cabinetry and a bar locker, bottle rack, mirror, space for a TV and radio, bookshelf - Large stowage compartments under seats - It is possible to place an U-shaped settee in the saloon Galley - The galley opposite the saloon features a two-burner propane stove with oven (gimbaled), and flame guards, double stainless steel sinks - Gas installation: solid copper pipe flexible to gas bottle and store - Shutoff valve in the cabinet under the sink - Full-length storage cabinets outboard provide ample space for dishes, provisions, and typical onboard cooking utensils - 12V compressor driven top loading 100 liter refrigerator - Glass shelf, cutting board, drawer for cutlery, trash pail - Translucent opening hatch and a dorade vent to provide light and ventilation to this area Pilothouse - Aluminum framed safety glass windows - The pilothouse features a steering position with full instrumentation, compass, depth sounder etc. - A navigation - chart table with storage under, and engine controls are at the helmsman's fingertips - All instruments are illuminated for night use - Overhead lighting as well as chart light are provided, as are the windshield wipers - Ventilation is provided by two deck hatches and the two pilothouse doors port and starboard - Additional storage for miscellaneous sailing gear - Fixed seats for three persons - Fire extinguisher - Lounge settees and a folding table make this area a delightful entertainment center - Several alternative layouts Aft Stateroom - 2 berths - 4 openable windows and deck hatch - Storage under the steps to the pilothouse - Ceiling light and two reading lights - Plenty of storage under the berths and on the shelves behind the berths - Several alternative layouts
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.