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Cal 46
(13,71 m) - 1974

Layout :

  • Length : 13,71 m (44' 11")
  • Beam: 3,65m (12'6)
  • Minimum Draft: 1,52m (5')
  • Displacement: 15 tonnes (30000 lbs)
  • Ballast: 4 000kg (8000 lbs)
  • Headroom: 1,82m (6'3)
  • Material: Fibreglass
  • Engine: PERKINS 85 CV

Canadian flag.

Based in French Polynesia

Price : 5,18 M XPF / 43 435 €

The Cal 46 is a passage making sailboat.

Many of them have circumnavigated, some multiple times.

This boat is very strong and beautiful custom window frames and lovely strong davits.

It has also been extensively refitted over the past 5 years and has been substantially upgraded.

It has just successfully completed a crossing to French Polynesia and is ready to continue exploring the South Pacific or she can be delivered to your preferred location in the Pacific.

Interior fittings :

Sleeps: 7

  • 2 cabins with double berths
  • 1 double berth
  • 2 single berths

Listing :


Engine PERKINS 85HP inboard; 1850 hours, 1974 (overhauled in 2011)
Fuel capacity: 260 US gallons
Drive Type: Stern drive
3 blade 26" gori folding and 3 blade fixed propeller
Cruising Speed: 7 knots @ 1600 RPM
Maximum Speed: 8 knots
Range: 1000 nm

Ketch rigging

Electric Barient sheet winches
Standing rigging replaced in 2011
Boom vang
Spinnaker pole with T-150 fitting mounted on track on mast (new 2016)
Full batten mainsail (NORTHSAILS) in very good condition
Spare mainsail in fair condition
Furling genoa (MACK SAIL, new 2012) in excellent condition
Spare furling genoa in very good condition
Spinnaker with sock in good condition
Furling mizzen (LEITCH and MCBRIDE, new 2010) in excellent condition

Ground tackle

Electric windlass
60 lb CQR anchor, with 220' 3/8” chain
Large aluminum FORTRESS
Loads of line and extra chain.


Fresh water tanks: 1 stainless fwd tank plus 2 new bladder tanks (160 Gallons)
Bimini top
Mainsail cover
Saloon portlight covers
Refrigerator – 120V freezer and fridge (runs off inverter)
Filtered potable water tap and raw seawater tap in galley
Range – FORCE 10 (new 2012)
Marine head – LAVAC aft


Shore power inlet
Inverter –VICTRON 3000W
Electrical Circuit: 12V
2 KYOCERA solar panels: 150W
PROMARINER battery charger
4 LIFELINE house batteries (new 2016)
LINK10 Battery monitor (2016)
2 start batteries (2016)
Sub panel new (2015)
GALVANIC isolator (2015)
Water heater 23L, engine and 110 V
SPECTRA 150 DELUXE water maker (2016)

Electronics and navigation instruments

SIGNET wind speed
RITCHIE compass
GARMIN 1040xs GPS (new 2015)
GARMIN radar - 4kW (new 2015)
AIS (new 2015)
Radio – am/fm/cd with speakers throughout


WEST MARINE, 11’ (2016)
Support for out board engine
Strong davits


Liferaft - 6-persons (certified 2012)
Electric bilge pump
Manual bilge pump
EPIRB (battery changed in 2016)


Recent upgrades include:
Hydrovane self steering (2012)
New SPECTRA 150 DELUXE water maker (2016)
New LIFELINE AGM batteries (2016)
New 3000 W VICTRON inverter (2016)
New PROMARINE batter charger (2015)
Solar panels (2016)
Salon interior refitted (2015)
New hatches
LED low power lighting (2015)
SUNBRELLA Settee cushions
New headliner
Deck hardware rebedded (2015)
New chart plotter, radar and AIS system -GARMIN GPSMAP 1040xs & 4 kW Radar (2015)
Electrical system upgraded - new sub panel (2015)
GORI three blade 26" folding propeller (2015)
New Bi mini/dodger - over sized tubing, heavy duty SUNBRELLA and highest grade window material (2015)
New forward head (2015) Rebuilt LEVAC aft head (2015)
Refitted engine room (2015)
New Stove/Oven (2012)
Barrier coat and bottom paint (2012)
New Genoa (2012)
New furler (2012)
Engine overhaul (2012)
Completely refitted mast, with new standing rigging (2012) and new spreaders and paint (2015)

Main strengths

Efficient and comfortable sailboat.
Fitted for long travel and very well maintained.

Last modified : 12/07/2019


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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