Catana 39 – Catana39 S for sale

£ 120,000

Millbrook, South West


Catamaran ‘Tigre’ is a Catana S, build by Chantier Catana at Canet en Rousillion, France in 1988, hull no. 4. Designed by Australian Lock Crowther for fast and comfortable long distance affordable sailing. All in vinylester and herex foam core inclusive of bonded bulkheads. The boat has been set up for single handed sailing, runs exclusively on solar power and has all equipment for long distance trips. With 430W of solar the boat is fully autonomous and does not need any other machanical charging. Usually the battery is full at midday after 24hrs of sailing and there is sufficient capacity to run a watermaker.There are large areas available for short and long term food storage.
The boat has been totally stripped down and rebuilt between 2013 and 2015 with all systems replaced.
Below water line peeled and relaminated, topsides dried and regelled, copper coat applied.
2 impact legs were added and 2 new rudders with stocks, to allow the boat to be beached.
The rig was stripped down, painted and refitted.
Two Volvo 2030 3 cylinder engines (from 2008) were fitted onto the new 130B Z drives.
Full rewire with all systems replaced.
Since then Tigre has crossed the Atlantic single handed and been a live aboard whilst cruising The Scilly isles, The Azores, Spain, Portugal, Canaries, Full Mediterranean circuit and is now based in the Canaries.
The boat is a great live aboard for up to 4 people and occasional guests to go anywhere with speed and comfort.
VAT was paid in the UK.
The boat is in a very good state, very reliable, good in light airs as well as rock steady when it blows and ready to go anywhere.
Tigre is for sale for £120,000.SpecificationWeight; light 6T, fully loaded 7.5TWidth; 6 MDepth; 0.9 MDeckQuick 1000W anchor winch2 Lewmar winchesSparcraft double spreader mastNew trampoline 2016Fibre rigging with Galigo terminals, new 2019. Large fenders, Ribeye 4.2 M aluminium rib with 9.9 Mercury outboardRocna anchor under trampoline with 30M 8mm chain and 50m multiplat, Aluminium Danforth anchor with 60m 3-strand. Galvanised Danforth keg.SailsFully battened main in Hydranet new 2018Twin Profurl furling genoa and staysailCode 0 with furler on bow sprit new 2018Asymmetric spinnaker in snuffer1 ounce ‘halfwinder’or heavy weather kiteElectronicsGarmin GPS 4208 plotter with half the world in chartsRaymarine wind, depth, speed. 2 x Raymarine 6001 autopilotsInmarsat satphoneNasa battery monitorSuper B 100A Lithium battery with sterling alt to battery charger, 440 W solar panels with regulator all new 2020. Victron 40A shore power charger 110 and 240V, 30A Hydro generator with regulator, Icom VHF, Stereo with cockpit speakersPanasonic toughbook laptop with GPS and open CPN charts as back-upGarmin 7211 portable GPSStandard horizon handheld VHFNasa AIS receiver with alarmFused switch panel, all lighting LED, All wiring renewed in 2014Shore power leadEngineeringNew stainless rudder stocks and rudders2 x Volvo 2030 new 2008 with new 3 bladed kiwi props 2019, around 1500 Hrs2 x Volvo Z drives 130-B new 200082 x 80A alternators with regulators2 x 22L calorifiers with 240V elementsNew Lexan windowsMany spares for all systems in workshop on boardCabinLarge Frigoboat fridge/freezer 2014 top loadingTwo burner ENO gas stove with ENO oven2 x 10kg glassfibre LPG gas tank, 2 x aluminium gas tank 5kg in vented lockerNew foam matresses and coversPropex gas/electric space heating with 3 outletsSafety equipment2 Life jackets with lanyardsSS Life linesJack stays1 ACR EPIRB2 McMurdo CrewfindThe present story of Tigre in actual use and in technical termsStructure and shapeWe have owned this Lock Crowther design for 10 years. I think the boat is clever, in the sense that a very good compromise has been struck between speed, comfort and safety. If you want a catamaran which is very dry, comfortable, fast and safe then this Catana 39 S does not disappoint. The whole structure is made from 30MM Herex foam and triaxial glassfibre and kevlar bonded with vinylester resin inclusive of all bonded bulkheads. This creates a stiff and light structure. The underwater areas were treated against Osmoses in 2011 and the whole area was re-glassed in epoxy and another 4 layers of epoxy primer applied prior to the copper coat. Impact legs were added in front of the Z drives and 2 new rudders with stocks and bearings fitted. The boat can be beached for careening or maintenance and can be pulled easily up a slipway not requiring craneage.The hulls are relatively narrow which greatly increases speed and directional stability. The boat feels on rails when barreling down waves and is therefore undemanding on the auto pilot, saving power. The hulls are asymetric, being flatter on the outside and more rounded on the inside. This shape, (akin to the Dart catamarans) decreases leeway whilst ensuring sufficient displacement for weight bearing. The dagger boards decrease leeway again whilst going upwind and decrease wetted surface area whist going downwind, when pulled up. In addition adjustable lateral resistance is a great safety feature in heavy weather as it allows side slipping in large braking waves. The boat heaves too very well in heavy weather under 4 reefs and main only, peace returns! The bulbous bows greatly increase displacement as they are pressed into waves by the rig loads also keeping the decks dry most of the time. The cantered bows ensure that the boat never careers off track during fast wave descents, making it rock solid in heavy weather. The bow canter straightens up with the slight boat heel going upwind, ensuring that the bows do not fall away under lateral pressure. The boat therefore sails well upwind.Lay-outThe internal layout is galley, nav area and seating up ,and sleeping with heads down in the hulls.The seating is ample for 6 people with large long term storage under the seating. The seating is long enough to sleep on during night watches and the boat can be observed through the large windows in the central section during colder weather from inside. The galley benefits from the table as it provides an additional large worktop, and converts to dining table when required. The table can be turned during passages to form part of the galley and an infill can be added to the seating to form a large ‘divan’, very comfortable when underway for sleeping, reading, watching films etc.The large (850 x 400 x 400) well insulated fridge can be split into fridge and freezer if required with separate controls. The freezer has never been used to date as we do not feel the need. Vacuum packed goods last for weeks in the fridge and no passages are longer then 3 weeks, in our experience.Each hull has two double cabins and one large toilet with shower. One double can be extended width-wise to provide some extra bed space.Up forward there is a water tight crash box which is empty. Aft from the heads there is an ample engine compartment allowing easy access for maintenance. Two doors to the central cabin prevent engine noise.A workshop space is fitted to the starboard hull where all spare parts and handy bits live.The two forward cabins can be accessed through the deck hatch and appropriate steps are fitted for direct access. The adjoining door can be closed for added privacy when underway or in port.We have successfully lived on this boat for extensive periods of time and have found it very comfortable at anchor as well as whilst sailing. The boat is regularly sailed single handed for longer passages.Cockpit protectionThe large level cockpit allows for external dining and controlling the boat as all lines are fed back. A good view and protection from the wind reduces fatigue and increases safety through all round life wires with stanchions. The jack lines start on the side deck and reach the seagull striker for full ‘tied on’ access.The large bimini protects from the sun and overheating of the area when hot or from the rain. There was a plan to fit a rigid cover over the very sturdy aluminium frame which could also facilitate rain water collection but there has been no burning need to date.Oilskins are only worn in 30K wind or above as the cockpit is completely dry and wind free. All electronics and systems are kept inside for protection but can be viewed from outside easily.The cockpit has extensive storage under the floor and in an integral box/seat which hides all the tools, wet suits, diving gear, spare water containers, safety gear and so on.Rig and SailsThe fractional rig is a Sparcraft section with a set of double triangulated spreaders which forms a very stiff section up to the hounds. It can be set up as a cutter and I have fitted a Profurl staysail set up just inside the genoa. In the end I have removed it as I personally did not use it enough to warrant the slight reduction in head stay tension, it can easily be refitted.New dyneema standing rigging was fitted by Allspars in 2019 as the stainless wire rigging was disappointing as it started to show signs of fatigue after only 5 years.I usually reef at around 18K of apparent, which takes the head of the sail to the hounds. The main has 4 reefs to 15% of sail area as that is the best way to heave too on this boat, no headsail required. The Hydranet main has a flat top and is very powerful and therefore needs the extra reefs in stronger winds to slow the boat down. All the battens have Fredericson cars that fit the groove in the mast. It is possible to reef whilst going downwind by tightening the reefing lines at the leach to get the battens off the main shrouds to allow the sail to drop.There is a code 0 on an endless furler which is a very useful and safe sail up to 12 Knots upwind and 18K down wind, ensuring good speeds. An asymetric spinnaker can be used up to around 18 Knots and is a very flexible sail, made especially controllable by the snuffer and the fore guys fitted with musle boxes to each fore peak. This will allow the spinnaker to be strapped down when used down wind making it very safe. We tend to use it a lot day and night in steady conditions, often without or deeply reefed main.EnginesThe old Volvo 2018 two cylinder engines were replaced in 2012, with two Volvo 2030 from 2008. The beds were adjusted, all fuel and cooling pipes renewed. Two new nylon fuel tanks of 100L were fitted. The 3 cylinder engines are much smoother, quieter and lighter then the previous ones.Two new Volvo 130B Z drive legs were fitted in 2010. Two new Kiwi props were fitted in 2017.The boat is easily driven by one engine and motor sails very well when under 5 Knots of wind, depending on the wind angle. The second engine is only used when manouvering. The Kiwi props work very well and give good adjustable thrust forward and brisk stopping power back. These props have greatly increased low rev power and reduced fuel consumption to anything from 1 to 2 L per hour depending on rev’s. The whole system is very reliable and stable. We tend to roughly use only 200L of fuel per 6 months, depending on where we are. During passage times less, and during time in the Mediterranean slightly more. As soon as the wind is over 4 to 5 K of wind the engines are not used as the boat tends to be faster under sail, depending on the point of sail. There are many maintenance parts on the boat such as filters, glow plugs, leg seals, starter motor, alternator etc.AnchorThe boat lives on its 20KG Rocna anchor wherever we go and it has proved to work well in all conditions. Rocky ground gives good holding but sometimes problems with retrieval due to the chain wrapping itself around rocks and such. Sometimes there is not the choice such as in some volcanic Islands.The Anchor lives under the bridge deck to keep the weight back and not to have an anchor at the main forward cross beam, the weight would increase pitching and might foul spinnakers and so on. The 30M of 8 MM chain might seem short and small gauge but in practice it is plenty strong and with the bridal the length becomes 36M and I personally only anchor in less then 8M depth providing more then 4 : 1. This chain could be lengthened if need be. The whole rode is 70M inclusive of the rope.The Fortress FX 23 is a great aluminium light weight anchor, easily launched from the dinghy, which we often use of the bow as secondary anchor and it provides great holding. We have sat out 50 to 60 Knots of wind several times like that. This anchor has a 50M 23MM 3-strand rode with 5M of 10MM chain.There is also a galvanised fortress keg anchor with 50M of 3 strand, which I have yet to use.The Quick anchor winch is positioned on deck for easy access but also to ensure clean chain runs and sufficient height for the chain not to get fouled up in its retrieval crate. There is no need to flatten the chain heap as it all seems to sort itself out due to the deep anchor locker. A secondary anchor switch is fitted in the cockpit for single handed retrieval.Tender and outboardThe tender is a very good 4.2M aluminium rib-eye with 450MM tubes providing a solid fast and very stable access to shore. It planes easily with two people and therefore allows for more remote anchorages. The outboard is a 9.9 mercury 4-stroke which provides ample quiet power, with a good range through the remote 12L fuel tank.Two large wheels can be fitted to the transom so that 1 person can pull the dinghy up the beach with the engine down. 2 people can hand carry the dinghy up the beech without the engine on. We tend to row a lot and not use the outboard much in practice.The boat is easily accessed by dinghy through the transom cut outs allowing the dinghy to come along side the hull, usually into wind rather then squaring up to the transom with the wind on the side which can be problematic with loads of shopping.The dinghy launches and retrieves from the transom davits by block and tackle and can be done by 1 person, don’t forget the bung! To be ready to go at any time and to avoid theft we raise the dinghy with the outboard every evening. It has a cover during passages to keep the sun of it.The outboard is a little heavy at 33 KG but a pulley system guides it from the storage bracket on the aft beam, down to the launched dinghy, making retrieval relatively easy even in lumpy conditions by 1 person.Electrics, electronics, lightingThe boat was fully rewired in 2013 and fully tinned wire was used throughout. The board was maintained but all new fuses fitted. 430W of solar with regulator was fitted on the bimini and fully supplies the boat with it’s electrical demand of up to 65A per day when sailing, around half when at anchor. A new 100A Super B Lithium battery was fitted in 2019, which seems like not enough but the system is working very well and there is only a daily defecit in renewable power when the sky is fully overcast, in that case run an engine after 1 day.The 80A alternator in reality charge at 40A each but the Lithium battery takes all of that charge until full, resulting in engine charging at maximum 1 hour per 24hrs in overcast conditions as a top-up, none when the sun is out even for half the day. Usually the battery is full by mid-day and I could use the access power if I had a water maker of up to 60L per Hr.There is also a hydro generator fitted to an arm extended of the Port transom, it is easy to set but does make some noise, slows the boat by ¾ of a knot and produces about 1A per Knot of boat speed. Now with the new battery and rapid charging system it does not get used anymore but is a good back-up if other systems fail. It has its own regulator and wiring to the battery.The heavy financial investment in Lithium was fully worth it as the supply of electrical power has become a non-issue and is largely forgotten about. The boat is very rarely plugged into shore power but there is a 40A Victron battery charger which manages the Lithium and the starter batteries.There is room for more solar panels but have not really felt the need as the system is balanced and working well in the way that we use it to date.In my experience I have found wind generators to be expensive, noisy and under performing in reality. This is largely due to them only really working at 12K upwards. That means when sailing down wind you would need to have upwards of 20 Knots or over to make them work.In my opinion solar is now so cheap that a couple of extra panels far outperform a wind generator, certainly in sunny climes.All the lighting both internally and navigation are LED with an insignificant power use. The main saloon has multiple sailing lights, both red and white. The overhead saloon lights are dimmable. Furthermore throughout the boat there are reading and chart lights. The cockpit is lit by red and white LED’s.The workshop has very bright tube lights.The thinking behind the electronics is simplicity, doubling up and no integration but stand alone to increase reliability of vunerable but now essential systems for navigation and steering. Only the wind instrument and the auto pilot are linked to allow wind, rather then course driven steering.Learned a lot about integrated systems failing through something trivial on very expensive cats whilst doing the 2 handed round Brittain and Ireland races.To date the electronics are simple and very stable, fully doubled up in case of the plotter failing. A back-up Panasonic lap top with separate GPS and open CPN charts ensures continuity.The other vital system is the auto pilot which runs 95% of the time.A Garmin radar is fitted and works well but in practice I very rarely use it now that there is the AIS. Sometimes it is used as a back up when positions are not clear or looking for squalls. If it was not there I don’t think I would miss it. Would rather get the AIS upgrade for the Garmin as a back up.SystemsThe water system has an electric lift pump coupled to an accumulator, fed by the two new stainless steel tanks of 225L each. Water can be drunk straight from the tap and is good for tea without the need to filter anything. There is a freshwater foot pump at the galley, if all fails or if we want to save water.The waste water shower pumps are switched manually at the showers, to reduce maintenance and issues. There are two manual gusher bilge pumps to each hull. The toilets are manual units and full sets of spare parts are on the boat.There is a Propex blown hot air heating/ventilation system which can be electrically powered through shore power of 2000W or run on gas and produces 2500W when run on butane.2 large 13KG fiberglass gas bottles provide about 1 year’s worth of cooking for 2 people.The fridge is quiet and fully automatic, it has a keel cooler and in hot climates uses about 20A per day.The boat is tiller steered which has, in my opinion, some real advantages. When you want to steer the boat the helm is very responsive, light and a joy and therefore very light on the auto pilot with insignificant power consumption. Our experience is that the boat is virtually always on auto pilot from the minute you pull up the anchor.Tillers fitted directly to the rudder stocks are so simple as there is virtually nothing to go wrong or wear out. Personally I find twin wheel systems on cats nice but unresponsive (unless very well engineered) very likely to go wrong when you need them most, in heavy weather. On top of that the boat is always on auto pilot anyway so the least intrusive space and power saving system would be tillers. This boat is steered by the smallest Raymarine S1 autopilot and never runs out of range or strength under all conditions so far. Sailing to the wind gets a bit frustrating sometimes in variable wind conditions, when you need it most, as the 20’ off course alarm comes on regularly, stopping sleep! On the other hand it stops you sailing off into the blue yonder, the wrong way. On balance, after having tried some different wheel driven steering systems, I recon that the Dazcats work the best but I cannot afford one. Which brings me back to tillers as the best low to no maintenance, safe and cost effective option for me….*

Performance Cruising Inc – Gemini MC105 for sale

£ 80,000

Cardiff, Wales


Sailing BoatsMultihull SailboatsPerformance Cruising IncGemini MC105Gemini MC105 Catamaran. Rare opportunity to purchase this fantastic blue water cruising catamaran built in 2008. Two previous owners.
Excellent condition and specification. Three double berths with master cabin having queen sized bed. Lovely bright and airy cabin with u shaped seating and table. Galley with twin hob, gas oven, double sink, full sized fridge. Toilet and shower. Enhanced package at production included screecher sail (spinnaker) and bow track. Full cockpit enclosure covers. Davit with dingy and large solar panel on top. Padded cockpit cushions, Rear hammock.Large fridgegreat galley set up.Plenty of storageHead with sink and shower.Hot water heater from engine or power.Water pressure pump.central heating with 7 day timer controlauto bilgegas alarmstarter and 3 seperate leasure batteries. Built in mains charger.Solar panel to boost.Retractable boards in each hull. reduced to just 0.5m draft when lifted.Main sail, furling genoa and large screecher sail.Auto helm with remote control unit.This is a fast boat when sailed correctly.Raymarine 54E, NAV3100, Raymarine ST60, Raymarine Auto Pilot, Raymarine GPS C70, Sea Me.8 person offshore auto life raft.flaresAll original documentation from factory and operating manuals.There are plenty of videos on line if you google “gemini catermaran mc105 2008” and then choose video from the search results.This is a great cruising catamaran with lots of cockpit and deck space. Lovely bright cabin Perfect for a family. We have loved this boat but having taken on a farm, we have no time to enjoy her. The first photo is a stock photo of the model with sails outs for reference only….*

Fountaine Pajot – Lavezzi 40 for sale

£ 141,504

Mallorca, Spain


Sailing BoatsMultihull SailboatsFountaine PajotLavezzi 40Lovely example, well maintained. Catamaran Lavezzi 40 owner’s version, 3 cabins, 1 x spacious owner’s cabin with its own bathroom and 2 double cabins and 2 bathrooms. New 2x 50HP Volvo Penta engines with very low hours. With possible Spanish charter permit for 2021. The boat is equipped with all appropriate safety equipment and all necessary navigation devices to facilitate navigation and handling. Berth in prime marina Mallorca available by separate negotiation. Contact Yacht Broker. Albert Blom (English, Español, Nederlands, Deutsch). M. – Click here to reveal phone number – – Click to contact –
Katamaran Lavezzi 40 mit 2x 50PS neuen Volvo Penta Motoren (mit nur 20 Stunden) Der Katamaran hat erst 17 Stunden mit den neuen Motoren und Getrieben gefahren, im August 2020 hat er eine Chartergenehmigung erhalten ist aber noch nie verchartert worden, es handelt sich um die Eignerversion, 3 Kabinen, 1 x großzügige Eignerkabine mit eigenem Bad und 2 Doppel-Kabinen und 2 Bäder. Der Salon ist sehr großzüglig und hier findet man viel Platz.Die Segel haben einen Sonnenschutz bekommen und sind im Jahre 2019 gewaschen worden. Das Sonnenverdeck wurde komplett erneuert und die Außenpolster sind auch neuIm Aussenbereich bietet er ein großes Cockpit mit Sitzgelegenheiten und einem Tisch, im Bugbereich befindet sich ein Trampolin zum Sonnenbaden und relaxen.Es gibt einen großen Salon mit großer offener Küche mit Backofen, Herdplatten und einem großen Kühlschrank. Die Küche ist komplett ausgestattet mit allen notwendigen Utensilien.Der Außenbereich bietet ein großes Cockpit mit Sitzgelegenheiten und Tisch. Im Bugbereich befindet sich ein Trampolin zum Sonnenbaden und relaxen.Das Boot ist mit allen entsprechenden Sicherheitsausrüstungen und allen notwendigen Navigationsgeräten zur Erleichterung der Navigation und Handhabung ausgestattet.INFORMATIONENAlbert Blom (English, Español, Nederlands, Deutsch). M. – Click here to reveal phone number – – Click to contact – InventoryELECTRONICSNavigation package: Autopilot Raymarine 6001 plusRaymarine GPS / Plotter Raymarine VHFON DECKBimini Top with hard top middle partFull enclosure covers for cockpitElectric Capstan winchBow anchor CQR with 10mm chain 50m with fixture and guided protectorMooring kitlines, fenders, etcDouble helmsman seatCockpit cushionsTransom Bumper protection of PVCBoxes for storageCockpit canvasDeck hatch bow starboardTENDERTender dinghy Outboard engine The sails have been given sun protection and were washed in 2019.The sun canopy has been completely renewed and the outer cushions are also newBridgeFOUNTAINE PAJOT LEVEZZI 40 BUILT 2006 IN FRANCELavezzi 40 3 Cabin Model and Interior1 x owner cabin plus 2 double cabins2 headsCONSTRUCTIONWhite GRP hulls and deckLOA: 11.90m – 39’10″Beam: 6.50m – 21’4″Draft: 1.10m – 3’60″Displacement: 6.2 t approx FRESH WATER CAPACITY: 2x 280LFUEL CAPACITY: 250l All figures approximateMachineryNEW ENGINES FROM 2019 WITH less than 20 RUNNING HOURS2 x VOLVO 50HPSail drive2 Blades propellersELECTRICITY12V plugs / 220V3 x service batteries 1 x engine batterie 110 AmpEngine alternator 90ABattery charger Shore power + cableRigSLOOP RIG WITH ALUMINIUM SPARSSAILSMain sailGenoaLazy Bag Spinnaker equipmentTeak gangway Snatch blocks + spinnaker equipment for parasailAccommodationACCOMMODATIONOwners double suite (STB)2 x double guest cabins (PORT)Guest head and showerElectric WC large size in owner suiteRadio / CD sound system 2 speakers in and 2 speakers outsideThere a large cockpit with seating and a table, in the bow area there is a trampoline for sunbathing and relaxing.There is a large salon with a large open kitchen with an oven, hob and a large refrigerator.The kitchen is fully equipped with all the necessary utensils.COMFORTSaloon tableIsotherm fridgeIsotherm freezer Microwave…*

Lagoon – Seventy 7 for sale

£ 2,592,594

UK or France delivery available, United Kingdom


Sailing BoatsMultihull SailboatsLagoonSeventy 7Following the success of the Lagoon 620 and 630, the Seventy 7 is Lagoon’s biggest ever project to date. A luxurious production multihull with custom options and high level finishes, this spacious new sailing yacht is easy to handle, offers the utmost comfort for owners, guests and crew and bares dashing good looks that will stand the test of time.
Along with the usual high specification fit-out that one would expect from Lagoon, the VPLP designers have taken comfort to the next level with clever use of space to create private living areas as well as non-invasive walkways and access points for both guests and crew. Made in the same boatyard as CNB’s world class monohull yachts, the Seventy 7 also benefits from the vast building know-how and experience of CNB’s boat building team.
This 23 metre yacht marks an important step for Lagoon towards a world in which elegance and refinement are the watchwords. Lagoon brought together an illustrious team for the design of its flagship: VPLP, Patrick Le Quément and Nauta Design. All have strived to produce a catamaran where harmony reigns between the interior and exterior living spaces, where compromise does not exist, where innovation enhances comfort and life at sea. On deck: Wellbeing and comfort under way• – The SEVENTY 7’s massive flybridge can be customised as you wish: Jacuzzi, large folding dining table to starboard, magnificent sunbathing area forward.• – The twin ergonomic helm stations enable enjoyment of the experience of navigation while admiring the immensity of the ocean.• – An aft cockpit, with a view over the open sea, has lounging areas as well as a spacious teak dining table.• – A Tenderlift hydraulic stern platform links the two transom skirts, affording an exceptional bathing deck.• – Connected spaces flow together, inviting you to walk around and explore this grand sailing yacht.Below decks: a luxurious and harmonious world• – Well-balanced finishes, refined interior panelling and the meticulous choice of materials by Nauta Design create a timeless elegance.• – A huge saloon, equipped with contemporary furniture, is complemented by large glazing units and exceptional headroom to provide a panoramic view.• – Exceptional communication between interior and exterior. The forward central door of the saloon and wide sliding door aft provide superb ventilation and direct access to the foward and aft cockpits.• – An owner’s suite, independent of the rest of the vessel, provides access to the sea with a private beach: a technological gem!• – Large hull glazing panels with integral portholes enable exceptional natural light and magnificent views.• – A very wide choice of layouts for different scenarios of life on board: up to 5 cabins, each fitted with an island bed, ample storage spaces and complemented by a private bathroom.• – A choice of well-appointed crew cabins, very carefully thought-out, which connect to the galley areas.Did you say “custom”?In the aft area of the port hull in the forward galley version, 269 sq.ft of fully configurable space will enable you to create your very own SEVENTY 8: an extra cabin, office, games room or even a cinema, to name a few possibilites.PRINCIPAL DIMENSIONSArchitects Van Peteghem-Lauriot PrévostInterior design Nauta DesignLength over all 23,28 mBeam 11 mDraft 1,90 mMast clearance 33,60 mLight displacement (EEC) 56,8 T / 125 685 LbsSail area 335,4 m² / 3609 sq.ft.Full-batten mainsail 192 m²Square top mainsail (opt.) 205 m²Furling genoa 130,4 m²Engine (std) 2 x 180 hp VOLVO D4Fuel capacity 2800 lFresh water capacity 1600 lNo. Of berths 8 – 16EC certification A : 14 ; B :18 ; C :24 ; D :40…*

Harley Raceboats – Farrier 32AX – GBR809M for sale

£ 139,000

Leigh-on-Sea, Eastern


Sailing BoatsMultihull SailboatsHarley RaceboatsFarrier 32AX – GBR809MBuilt by Nigel Harley in Cowes and launched July 2017. Nigel is a professional boatbuilder with an excellent reputation. Grey Goose was the second Farrier he built with a further one under construction.She has the following equipment:
4 Harken two speed 40.2 self-tailing winches;
Harken mainsheet controls inc windward sheeting car;
Spinlock XTS clutches;
Ronstan rope constrictors;
Garmin echomap chartplotter inc depth transducer;
Raymarine i40 depth inc 2nd depth tranducer;
Plastimo bilge pump;
One Sails main and jib made in carbon/aramid;
One Sails asymmetric with Profurl top down furler;
One Sails code 0 with Karver roller;
Profurl roller for jib;
Zspars mast and boom complete with batten cars;
Tohatsu 9.8 hp long series outboard with electric start and remote steering;
Yard tolley.
Grey Goose has been professionally sprayed both outside and inside in a 2 pack pu finish. 3M Deckgrip has been used to provide a non-slip surface which is both hard wearing and looks great.
More information and pictures available….*ManufacturerHarley RaceboatsModelFarrier 32AX – GBR809MMooring CountryUnited KingdomCurrencyGBPYear built2017Conditionvery goodSale TypeUsedSalePrivateSales statusavailableLength9.83 m/32 ftWidth7.2 m/24 ftDraft1.78 m/6 ftCategorydagger boardPropulsionOutboardPropeller3-bladeSteeringTiller steeringEngine manufacturerTohatsu 9.8No. of engines1FuelPetrolFuel Capacity25Fresh water capacity25No. of cabins3No. of berths5Headroom1.93 mWC & bathrooms1

Lagoon – 380 S2 for sale

£ 267,530

France, Mer Méditerranée, France


Sailing BoatsMultihull SailboatsLagoon380 S2VISITE EN CORSE LE 12 SEPTEMBRE !! Reprise LOA – Place de port et gestion location possible. Bonne visibilité depuis le poste de barre – Volumes incroyable offrant une belle habitabilité. Cockpit fermé sur l’arrière, Le carré panoramique est confortable et bien aéré, la cuisine fonctionnelle, le cockpit convivial et les jupes arrière parfaites au mouillage… Centrale de navigation B&G. Disponible mi-septembre. Contacter Valérie au – Click here to reveal phone number – English The Lagoon 380: copied but never matched! Good visibility from the helm – Incredible volumes offering beautiful livability. Cockpit closed on the back, The panoramic square is comfortable and well ventilated, the kitchen functional, the cockpit friendly and the back skirts perfect at anchor… Navigation centre B-G. Available mid-September. Italiano VISITA LA CORSICA IL 12 SETTEMBRE!! Takeover LOA – Luogo portuale e gestione del noleggio possibile. Buona visibilità dal timone – Volumi incredibili che offrono una bella vivibilità. Cockpit chiuso sul retro, La piazza panoramica è confortevole e ben ventilata, la cucina funzionale, la cabina di pilotaggio amichevole e le gonne posteriore perfette all’ancora… Centro di navigazione B-G. Disponibile a metà settembre. Contatta Valerie al numero – Click here to reveal phone number – Deutsch BESUCH IN KORSIKA AM 12. SEPTEMBER!! LOA-Rückführung – Hafenplatz und Vermietverwaltung möglich. Gute Sicht von der Stange – unglaubliche Volumen bietet eine schöne Bewohnbarkeit. Geschlossenes Cockpit auf der Rückseite, Das Panorama-Quadrat ist komfortabel und gut luftig, funktionale Küche, freundliche Cockpit und die perfekten Heck-Röcke am Ankerplatz… Navigationszentrale B&G. Mitte September verfügbar. Kontakt valérie unter – Click here to reveal phone number – Español VISITA CORSICA EL 12 DE SEPTIEMBRE!! Takeover LOA – Lugar del puerto y gestión de alquiler posible. Buena visibilidad desde el timón – Volúmenes increíbles que ofrecen una hermosa habitabilidad. Cockpit cerrado en la parte posterior, La plaza panorámica es cómoda y bien ventilada, la cocina funcional, la cabina amigable y las faldas traseras perfectas en el ancla… Centro de navegación B-G. Disponible a mediados de septiembre. Comuníquese con Valerie al – Click here to reveal phone number – Россию ПОСЕТИТЕ КОРСИКУ 12 СЕНТЯБРЯ!! Захват LOA – Порт место и управление арендой возможно. Хорошая видимость от руля – Невероятные объемы, предлагающие красивую пригодность для жизни. Кокпит закрыт на спине, панорамная площадь удобна и хорошо проветривается, кухня функциональная, кабина дружелюбная и задние юбки идеально подходят на якоре… Навигационный центр Б-Г. Доступно в середине сентября. Свяжитесь с Валери по – Click here to reveal phone number –
Catégories de navigation
Accessoires supplémentaires
Appareillage électronique de navigation AIS, Loch (B&G), GPS (B&G – exterieur), Pilote automatique (B&G).
Equipement technique et de pont supérieur Ancre (Spade 20 kg), Radeau de sauvetage (2020), 6 Batteries (4 x 140 Ah service / 2 x 75Ah moteurs), Moteur d’annexe (4cv – 2020), 2 Panneau solaire (150w), Passerelle (neuve 2020), Annexe (2,6m).
Equipement domestique de bord Ballon d’eau chaude, 2 Cuve à eaux noires, Prises interieures 220v.
Divertissements Hi-Fi.
Cuisine et appareils électromenagers Cuisine, Cuisinière, Groupe froid.
Grand-voile (2019), Génois (2019).
Solar panel – Qty: 2. 150wGps – B&G – exterieurVhfTender – 2,6mWind speed and directionGangway – neuve 2020RadarSteering wheelHot waterCockpit tableCompassOvenAutopilot – B&GCd playerGennaker cruising spinnaker – 2019Genoa – 2019Log speedometer – B&GIn this case we are acting as brokers only.  The Vendor is not selling in the course of a business.  Whilst every care has been taken in their preparation, the correctness of these particulars is not guaranteed.  The particulars are intended only as a guide and they do not constitute a term of any contract.  A prospective buyer is strongly advised to check the particulars and where appropriate at his own expense to employ a qualified Marine Surveyor to carry out a survey and / or to have an engine trial conducted, which if carried out by us shall not imply any liability for such engine on our part.   Note to seller and purchaser:  If the boat you are selling or purchasing is registered, please ensure that the registration is completed after the sale of the boat.  If the purchaser wishes to cancel the registration is the duty of the seller to contact the Registry and inform them that the registration is to be cancelled.  If the purchaser wishes to continue with the registration, it is the duty of the purchaser to complete the relevant forms and post off the bill of sale to the Registrar….*

Astus Boats – 20.5 for sale

£ 23,999

£ 23,999

Sailing BoatsMultihull SailboatsAstus Boats20.5The Astus 20.5 trailerable trimaran available through Boats on Wheels. Top performance multihull cruising just became affordable – a better post Brexit exchange rate means prices for this Astus start at only £24,000* including VAT!The Astus 20.5 provides a high speed sailing experience but on a super stable platform with massive 930l floats to reassure even the most hesitant of crew members.
This trimaran is easy to launch and recover thanks to telescopic floats which can be extended or contracted in minutes to a trailer friendly 2.5m beam.
Lightweight construction makes it half the weight of an equivalent monohull, so the Astus 20.5 can be towed behind a small family car. The even lighter ‘Infusion’ version weighs only 490kg so can be towed on an un-braked trailer.
Weekend sailing for 2 adults on a long v-berth with space for a chemical toilet under. There are 2 smaller quarter berths and a large amount of space for storage under the cockpit
An Astus 20.5 demonstrator is available at Boats on Wheels in Hampshire. Contact us to arrange a viewing or more information and price lists. We look forward to hearing from you soon.*Price according to Euro/Pound exchange rate as at 1.3.2021…*

Excess – 11 for sale

£ 299,264

France ex factory, France


Sailing BoatsMultihull SailboatsExcessModel 11The highly anticipated EXCESS 11 Catamaran from Groupe Beneteau is now available for the 2021 season. This is a Sea Ventures Stock Order for HULL NUMBER 43. The Excess 11 is the only large-scale production boat on the market for this size of catamaran. She is one of the smallest cruising catamarans capable of offering so much comfort, space and performance. Our stock boat is spec’d with the 3 cabin “owners” layout and the “Pulse Line” rig. Very easy to handle but increased performance. This is a STOCK BOAT HULL NUMBER 43 which has been ordered in advance by Sea Ventures to reserve and guarantee a build slot for 2021. Availability ex Factory August 2021. PART EXCHANGES CONSIDERED WE CAN ARRANGE DELIVERY TO THE BERTH OF THE NEW OWNER ADVERTISED PRICE DOES NOT INCLUDE VAT. CAN BE SOLD EX VAT FOR EXPORT FINANCE IS AVAILABLE FROM SPECIALIST FINANCE PROVIDERS SGB      
Yacht Information
  Excess 11 Catamaran Year:  2021 Builder:  Groupe Beneteau Designer:   VPLP Design Engines:  2 x Yanmar 3YM30AE Version:  3 x cabins 2 x heads Location:  Ex factory, France West Coast
  LOA:  37 ft 2 in / 11.33m Beam overall:  21 ft 7 in / 6.59m Draft:  3 ft 9 in / 1.15m Light Displ (EC):  9 tons
2 x Yanmar 3YM30AE engines 29hp diesels Tankage: Fuel capacity:  2 x 200 litres Water Capacity: 2 x 300 litres
Raymarine Pack: Upgraded to Axiom 12″ display at starboard helm station Autopilot i70 display – speed/depth/wind Raymarine Pilot Smart controller VHF Ray90 2nd VHF Raymarine wireless handset
Deck Equipment
PULSE LINE RIG: Pulse line rigging and sail plan Square top mainsail and self tacking jib Code 0 rig and pole and furler Textile lifelines Steering wheels upgraded Pulse line hull decoration Code 0 sail in Mylar Dual helms Port winch Starboard electric winch Additional port double helm seat Windlass remote control at helm Pulpits with integrated seats Boarding ladder Stainless steel Davits
Canvas & Upholstery
Biminis on helm stations port and starboard in Cadet Grey Aft cockpit enclosure with windows in Cadet Grey Lazy bag for boom in Charcoal Grey Sliding top on roof Cockpit cushions in grey Forward cockpit cushions
Cabin Types
3 x cabins + 2 x heads 1 x owners cabin in starboard hull with ensuite heads and shower 2 x guest cabins and head in port hull Fresh water electric toilets Berth in starboard bow compartment
Domestic Inventory
“Fast & Curious” interior styling Honey Teak & White lacquered wood Sand Flooring in saloon Galley with cooker Additional stool in saloon Microwave Fusion sound pack with speakers in saloon and cockpit Sea water electric toilets
Launched, rigged and antifouled 4 x dock lines Excess fender kit Anchor kit Diesel
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.  It is not guaranteed that the safety gear listed on the specification comes within the manufacturer’s safety guidelines i.e. expiry dates and servicing and is therefore sold as is….*

Lagoon – 42 for sale

£ 426,317

Brighton, United Kingdom


Sailing BoatsMultihull SailboatsLagoonModel 42New Lagoon 42 in owners 3 cabin version.Essential configuration, aft cockpit enclosure, cockpit cushions, folding propellers, inverter, radar, chart plotter, hardtop bimini, electric heads, square-top main. The Lagoon 42 is one of Lagoon’s faster cats and offers very easy sailing, ergonomic friendly flow both above and below decks. A self-tacking jib, one-level cockpit saloon area, and spacious cabins make her a real joy to sail. Available August 2021!Inventory
Composite helm bimini with soft windscreen and sides
Quiet flush electric toilets for 3 head version
12V fans in cabins and saloon
Aft cockpit cushions in Papyrus
Cockpit enclosure with windows in PapyrusB&G AIS transceiver with antenna coupling (only with plotter and VHF)B&G Zeus 12″ plotter at the helm with Europe, USA or ROW cardB&G Halo20+ radar. Chart plotter and VHF compulsoryB&G V60 VHFInverter 12 / 220V 2000WUnder-bed spring slats for 3 cabin version12V fans in cabins and saloonQuiet Flush electric toilets for 3 head version(s)*Package Contents – Lagoon 42 Essential Equipment ConfigurationFlag halyards on spreadersDinghy hoist systemUpholstered helm seat2 additional service batteries, 140AHAdditional fuel tank, 300L, underfloor in the port aft cabinWaterproof speakers in cockpitElectrical maneuvering winch to port, size 46Indirect lighting in cabins and saloonShore power circuit and 40A battery chargerBattery controllerAft portholes in aft cabins with curtainsFusion USB music system with 2 speakers in saloonBow pulpits with wooden seatsUpper storage in the saloon to starboardNavigation packLeather bulkhead organizers in cabinsBridgeLAGOON 42 CATAMARAN – AVAILABLE August 2021Designed by VPLP, interior by Nauta Design and built by Lagoon in France.Specification shown can of course be modified to a customer’s requirements.All pictures are brochure and boat show pictures.Composite Bimini with windscreen and enclosure, CONSTRUCTION:White GRP hull, deck and superstructureStairs to coachroofHigh-quality anti-osmotic resin with glass fibre woven cloth laminatesHull and deck laminated by infusion Balsa core hull, bridgedeck and deckSpecial attention has been paid to weight-saving construction methods in non-structural areas to enhance sailing performanceDIMENSIONSLOA: 12,80 m (42’0″)Hull Length: 12,50 m (41’0″)Beam: 7,70 m (25’3″)Draft: 1,25 m (4’1″)Displacement (ECC): 12 t (26 460 lbs)Mast clearance: 20,65 m (67’9″)All figures approximateMachineryENGINES57hp Yanmar Common Rail saildrive engines 3 blade folding props for Yanmar 57hpSTANDARD ELECTRICAL SYSTEM2 alternators 12V 125A2 start batteries 12V 110A2 lead acid service batteries 12V 140Ah *(4 x 140 Ah as an option)*Gel service batteries as an optionBattery breakers in the engine compartments (just below the hatches)12V General distribution panel at the chart table with protection by a circuit breakerAmmeter, voltmeter, circuit breaker, panel lightingShore power circuit in equipment pack optionsFRESHWATER300L rotomoulded freshwater tank with gauge at the nav station*Additional 300L as an option (not with generator)Pressurised hot and cold water40L electric water heater with 220V immersion heaterGREY WATERShowers and washbasins drain to grey water tank and automatic pumpBLACKWATEROne holding tank is supplied per toilet as standard.RigAnodized aluminum mast with mainsail track and ball-bearing1 level of spreaders + diamondAnodized aluminum boom2 encased shrouds1 self-tacking jib forestay with furlerLazy-jacks adjustable on cleat at the foot of the mastDeck light on the mast1 double purchase spectra mainsail halyard with return at the helm station1 spectra self-tacking jib halyard fixed at the foot of the mast1 pre-stretched mainsail sheet2 pre-stretched self-tacking jib sheets3 reefing lines (1st dynema)1 pre-stretched self-tacking jib furling line2 pre-stretched mainsail traveler car control linesLazy bag in PapyrusUpwind sail area 90 m² / 968 sq.ft.Dacron square top mainsail in lieu of standard 59 m² / 635 sq.ft. Self-tacking jib 35 m² / 377 sq.ft. *Code 0 (option) 68 m² / 732 sq.ft.Code 0 rig and poleAccommodationOWNERS 3 CABIN VERSIONSLEEPS 6 IN 3 DOUBLE CABINS WITH 3 EN-SUITE HEADS with essential equipment configuration.Standard Upholstery in Smart Shark, Alpi Walnut interior with Asburgo (light grey oak) floors.Aft cockpit cushions in PapyrusCockpit enclosure with windows in Papyrus12v fans in cabins and saloon.In the last couple of years, the trend for the hotter countries has been to go for the Lighter interior but more recently the majority of customers has turned this thinking on its head and going for the Alpi Walnut interior with Aspurgo floors as this is easier on the eye after a long hot day in the sun, along with the cooler feeling material upholstery in the saloon and settee that has become the more popular choice.This 42 has THREE double cabins with en-suite bathrooms each with quiet flush electric toilets, showers, and sinks. Under-bed sprung slats for comfort and to aid the airflow in the warmer climes. The starboard hull is designated as the owner’s cabin and heads. A large double berth with under-storage compartments.Cabin settee with dresser and large storage cupboards for clothes.Forward is the head compartment and separate large shower. The port aft cabin comprises an island double bed, wardrobes, and ample bookshelves. The bright, well-ventilated interior has large windows in the hull sides and facing aft, both with opening ports. The fore cabin is equally generous: double bed again, with side access and good stowage, all bathed in light. There is an option for all cabins to have USB sockets to satisfy modern essentials.In the saloon of the Lagoon 42, functionality and ease of use is the watchword, a generous dining table capable of accommodating all the crew plus a few neighbors on ‘L’ shaped seating with a separate bench.A large chart table and fully-equipped galley to starboard with: HobOvenStainless steel sink and ample storage.FridgeThere is an option for an additional fridge, top opening, 12V/100L.Locker and the option of microwave oven with grill 220V (no locker without this option)Please note all internal photos are brochure shots…*