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Suncoast 50
(15,24 m) - 1989

Layout :

  • Length : 15,24 m (49' 11")
  • Beam : 4.5 m (14'7")
  • Draft : 2.6 m (8'5")
  • Displacement : 19 T
  • Ballast : structural lead filled welded to hull
  • Material : Steel
  • Rigging: Cutter
  • Engine: Lister Petter CS6 - 120 HP

Netherlands flag. Tax paid for french Polynesia.

Based in French Polynesia

Price : 7,03 M XPF / 59 000 €

Well equipped.

Survey of June 2022 available.

Interior fittings :

8 Sleeps - 4 double cabins

  • Large double owner's cabin aft with many storage spaces
  • En-suite head with toilet, shower and wash basin
  • Port side passageway with additional toilet and access to owner's cabin
  • Aft starboard double cabin with 2 bunk beds
  • Saloon in the center with benches on both sides and folding table
  • Chart table
  • Fore port double cabin
  • Fore starboard double cabin

Listing :

Building and history

Amateur built steel cutter type Suncoast 50, built in 1989 by Elzinga shipyard (Workum-Netherland), according to Elzinga design.
Steel hull sandblasted in 2018 with some plates changed and chainplates reinforced. Teak deck.
Last work done in 2022: hydraulic rudder with rebuilt cylinder and new seals, new seals on the stuffing box and stuiffing box polished on the inside, new bottom paint from hempel (silicone based) commercial grade (hempaguard X7).


Lister Petter CS6 engine (Ford block) - 120 HP (1471 h)
Average consumption: 4.5 L/h
Maximum speed: 7,5 kn
Cruising speed : 5,5 kn at engine speed, 6,5 kn downwind
Maxprop propeller with 3 blades
Fuel tank of 1000 L

Cutter rigging

Dyform cutter rig (2012)
Selden mast
2 Mainsails (including a Northsails from 2019)
2 High aspect ratio genoas (Yankee),
1 Small genoa for second head stay
1 Spinnaker pole
Hydraulic aft forestay
Navtec boom vang
2 Reckman furlers
2 Winches Lewmar ST 65 hydraulic
2 Winches Lewmar ST 52 hydraulic
2 Winches 40 manual
1 Winches 46 hydraulic
1 Winch Lewmar ST 48 mast mounted
1 Winch Lewmar 46
1 Winch Lewmar 40

Ground tackle

Nielsen windlass
Main anchor : 45 Kg pool anchor + 60 m of 12 mm chain
Secondary anchor : swivel plow anchor + 40 m of 12 mm chain
20 m of 12 mm chain in reserve


400 L fresh water tank
Interior shower
Deck shower
TV with computer to watch movies
4 Burners gas stove + oven
Single stainless steel sink
2 Refrigerators (1 water cooled; 1 air cooled)
Watermaker Seawater pro 140 L/h (2019)
Hot water (runs on generator or shore power)
Led TV


Genset Fisher Panda 5000 i neo (2019)
4 House batteries 230 Amp 12V - 560 Amp 24V (new batteries ordered in 2023)
2 House batteries 140 Amp 12V - 280 Amp 12V (new batteries ordered in 2023)
2 Engine batteries 140 Amp 12V
Charger Victron Phoenix 12V 50 Amp
Charger Victron Skylla 24V
Inverter Victron 24V 350W (Pure Sine wave)
2 Solar panels 185W, total 370W with Victron MPPT 24V
2 Solar panels 185W, total 370W with Victron MPPT 12V

Electronics and navigation instruments

Garmin 1020 GPS plotter (2018)
Wachteye AIS transceiver
VHF Gamin 200i
Garmin Reactor autopilot (connects to the hydraulic pump)
Autopilot remote control (allows you to go to the mast and control the boat) connected via NMEA 2000 and NMEA 0182 with a Wifi repeater to view information on tablet or computer, SSB transceiver
GNX WIND from Garmin
NMEA 2000 Wifi gateway (allows use of Navionics, OpenCPN, ...)
Garmin xHD radar
VDO depth (connected to plotter via NMEA 0183)
Speed log (does not work, requires a new speed sensor)
Kenwood 520 TS SSB
Furuno 1562 SSB (not installed)

Safety equipment

Epirb Oceansignal
Life raft for 10 people with additional grab bag
3 Membrane bilge pumps
4 Inflatable life jackets with harness
3 Normal life jackets
3 Fire extinguishers
Fire blanket


Tender AB Hypalon aluminum bottom (2021)
Outboard engine Yamaha 9.9 HP 4 strokes


Main strengths

Well equipped and well maintained boat.
Survey of June 2022 available.
Ready to go.

Last modified : 15/05/2024


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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