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Catana 471
(14,20 m) - 1999

Layout :

  • Length : 14,20 m (46' 6")
  • Max. beam: 24'7'' (7,50m)
  • Draft: 2'7'' to 7'6''
  • Headroom: 6'4''
  • Light displacement: 9,5 metric tons (20,943 lb)
  • Engines: 2 x 50HP VOLVO MD22

Australian flag

Based in New Caledonia

Price : 38,9 M XPF / 326 000 €

Owner version Catana catamaran, 3 cabins. Ready to sail.

Coming soon to New Caledonia.

Interior fittings :

3 double cabins / sleeps 6 to 8

Starboard hull (owners')

  • Double cabin aft, 6 large storage lockers
  • Large bathroom with toilet and separate shower

Port hull (guests')

  • Double cabin fore
  • Large double cabin aft (or two single beds)
  • Heads with shower, basin and toilet
  • Storage lockers


  • Large U-shape saloon
  • Galley facing the saloon, opening onto the cockpit
  • Chart table
  • Very large cockpit with fixed table (2 folding sides)
  • 2 helm stations (main to starboard)

Listing :


CATANA 471 typ polyester catamaran, n° 10, built in France by the Catana shipyard after Christophe Barreau's design in 1999.
The current owner, the third, is in the Vanuatu and will sail to New Caledonia spring/summer 2016.
The boat is australian-flagged.


2 x 50HP VOLVO MD22, app. 3300 hours, with VOLVO sail drives
2 x tri-blades folding VOLVO propellers
2 x gasoil tanks: 400L + 300L, i.e. 700L total (185 US gal.)
2 steering wheels
Suspended rudders

Sloop rigging

Standing rigging, commissioned 1999, testes 2012
MARECHAL lacquered white aluminium mast and boom
MARECHAL lacquered white aluminium fore beam and bowsprit (new 2015)
Mainsail: Dacron, fully-battened, 88m2, 2006 + lazy-bag
Genoa: Dacron, 60m2, on PROFURL furler, 2008
Symmetrical tri-radial light spinnaker with sock, 150m2, 2008
Asymmetrical tri-radial light spinnaker with sock, LEE SAILS, 2007
Tri-radial Stormlite gennaker, INCIDENCE, 82m2, on PROFURL furler, new 2015


LOFRANS electric 1500W windlass
Anchors: 30kg (66lb) Spade + 80m (262') of 10mm (app. 3/8'') chain
30kg (66lb) Brittany + 10m (33') of chain + 50m (164') rope
15kg HP Foglight on 50m (164') rope


Fresh water: 2 x 400L tanks, i.e. 800L total (211 US gal.)
Sea water at sink (not connected)
Hot water system SIGMAR Marine, 40L, 220V/800W, on engine or generator
3-burners ENO stove plus oven
FRIGOMATIC 200L fridge and 100L freezer


Battery bank: 4 x 800 Ah DryCell batteries (new 2015)
60Amp alternator on engine
Solar panels totalizing 400W (2009)
Charge controller
NORTHERN LIGHTS M676 5.6kW diesel generator
Shore charger: 2 x 12V/80Amp CRISTEC chargers (2012)
VICTRON Phoenix 3000W inverter (2007)


MaxSea Time Zero software
2 x lochs
2 x GPS
2 x sounder
Windvane-anemometer (new 2015)
2 x hydraulic autopilots (one is spare)
AIS device
Fixed VHF + hand VHF
IRIDIUM satellite phone
RAYMARINE i50 instruments repeaters all new 2015 : depth, speed, wind, TriData
4 x pilots ST 6000+ commands
Satellite tracking system
New radio-music player 2014 + 4 x 60W speakers


Hard bottom 3.40m CARIBE (11'2''), with cover (2006)
TOHATSU 15HP 2 strikes outboard engine (2006)
SUZUKI 2.5HP 4 strikes outboard engine (2014)


6 people ZODIAC liferaft (new 2012)
2 x KANNAD Epirb distress beacons 406 Hz (1 portable and 1 on deck)


All halyards, reefing lines and mainsail sheet on aft clutches and stoppers throughout for comfort and safety through maneuvers
All ropes under deck for safety and comfort on deck
New inside and outside upholstery Les Toiles du Soleil
New inside lighting on LED
Rigid bimini (water collecting)
Trampoline changed in 2012

Main strengths

Catana 471 N°10, a sound investment
Sturdy end light, efficient in light air (thanks to her new furling gennaker) and reliable in rough weather. Timeless style design.
Very pleasant to live aboard, large and friendly cockpit, with adjoining galley, comfortable spaces for storage. Pleasure both underway and on mooring.
Carefully maintained, fitted out with style.

Last modified : 13/10/2016


The boat's inventories are based on the indications given by the owners and even if we do our best to see that they are in accordance with the reality, there might be some differences. The boat's and equipment's condition has to be checked jointly by the buyer and seller before the sale. The respective responsibilities of both the seller and the buyer remain intact. In no case can Raiatea-yacht be held responsible for any defect on the boat.

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