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Danaé 34
(10,34 m) - 1982

Layout :

  • Length : 10,34 m (33' 10")
  • Beam : 3,48 m (11'4")
  • Draft : 1,60 m (5'2")
  • Headroom : 1,90 m (6'2")
  • Displacement : approx. 7 to 8 tons depending on its load
  • Material : Steel
  • Rigging : Sloop
  • Engine : Volvo Penta 28 HP

French flag. Tax paid for French Polynesia.

Based in French Polynesia

Price : 2 M XPF / 17 000 €

Steel sailboat, in good condition, ideal for long trip.

Simple and robust boat. Insulated hull.

Interior fittings :

3 to 4 Sleeps - 1 double cabin

  • A double cabin at the front with a large V-berth
  • A spacious saloon with folding table for 6 people
  • A galley on starboard side
  • Chart table on port side
  • A single cabin at the rear port side
  • 1 Head with toilet

Listing :

Building and history

Steel keelboat type DANAE 34 built in 1982 by ACNNO shipyards according to the designs of the architect Jean Francois André.
The boat arrives in Polynesia at the end of 2011. Fully insulated boat. Ready to sail, sturdy, well maintained with an important refit in 2020. Hull, sails, engine, everything is good. Life on board is pleasant on a daily basis with its bright and airy layout. The oven/plate system works but is not optimal, the fridge is not working and a refit is needed.


Volvo Penta 28 HP engine in good condition, 3525 h (2003)
Revisions and many improvements made in 2020: new "tropical" heat exchanger, temperature sensor with gauge visible from cockpit, restored sea water pump, electric fuel booster pump, complete cleaning of cooling system and fresh water pump, oil changes and change of all filters, installation of lighting inside engine compartment, air extractor, exhaust elbow cleaned, new reversing control, new impeller (3500 h)
Engine placed in the center of the boat allows easy and accessible maintenance
Fixed three-blade bronze propeller
Semi-rigid shaft line with Volvo gland (December 2019), cutlass bearing (2019)
Prefilter decanter
Many spare parts (belt, anodes, impeller, filters, starter, fresh water pump, carbon, ...)
Fuel tank of 220L in the keel + can

Sloop rigging

Goiot furler (restored November 2020)
Forestay (new November 2020)
Removable forestay
Baby stay
2 Backstays, with tackle
Norseman crimps
Rigging checked by professional October 2020
2 Winches 43 self-tailing in the cockpit + 1 smaller one + 3 winches on the mast
Mast steps
All sails are in good condition, professionally maintained:
Mainsail in good condition, 3 reefs, 2020 sheet
Emergency mainsail (the original one)
Heavy genoa on furler (sunshade and leech, July 2020)
Staysail good condition + bag
Jib 1 good condition + bag
Jib 2 very good condition + bag
Stormjib very good condition + bag and 2020 sheets pre-installed for quick installation
Symmetrical spinnaker with sock very good condition, bell spinnaker pole and clamp ok
Drifter good condition, 2020 sheet
Lazy Bag in good condition

Ground tackle

Goiot manual windlass
Main anchor: CQR 30kg anchor + 60 m of 10 mm chain + 20 m of 20 mm rope
Secondary anchor : Britany anchor + 40 m new hawser


1 Fresh water tank of 80 L
4 Water flexible tanks, 220L (4*55L) (2020) + cans
Head: Jabsco pump, shower and faucet (August 2020)
1 Large sink
2 Burner gas stove + oven
Jabsco manual toilet (2021)
Fresh water faucet and WALES foot pumps (fresh water filter added in August 2020)
2 Pumps (2021)
2 Gas bottles (enough for 3/5 months depending on use)
Lots of storage space
20 L fridge from 2019 (broken)
2 PLASTIMO air hoses
100% LED lighting (2020)
Music: bluetooth radio, aux, USB and 2 speakers in the saloon (2020)
12V fan
USB ports and cigarette lighter plug in the saloon and in the double cabin


2 AGM house batteries 100 Ah, total 200 Ah (March 2020)
Engine battery 95 Ah (March 2020)
Solar panels 275W on gantry, regulator 30A
Load balancer (add 75W panel 2021, 1 other to be installed)
1500W pure sine inverter / shore charger
220V network
2nd TECSUP shore charger
Air X marine 400W wind generator on gantry and a second one for spare parts
Allows a complete autonomy of the boat at anchor and in nav for the life on board

Electronics and navigation instruments

VHF AIS DSC Radio Ocean (December 2019)
USB GPS position output for connection to computer
Garmin 73 handheld GPS (December 2019)
PEN LANN depth sounder
NAVICOM handheld VHF (December 2019)
Navigation lights (electricity redone June 2020)
Handheld external USB GPS antenna
Raymarine ST2000+ tiller autopilot and a 2nd one for spare parts
A NAVTEX to receive weather information (for the Mediterranean only)
Loch Speedo Pen LANN
Anemometer Pen LANN


Semi rigid dinghy Baltic 2,60 m with its cover (damaged)
Tohatsu 9.8 HP outboard engine with protective cover and various parts (March 2021)
During the big sailings, it finds its place on the deck, the engine is attached to the back of the cockpit.
Ideal size for snorkeling, foiling, provisioning and filling up with water.
Moorings for the dinghy : 1 small anchor + 10 m chain + rope

Safety equipment

Liferaft (periodic inspection date exceeded)
2 Automatic life jackets (May 2020) with refills
3 Harnesses, 1 child harness
2 Electric and 1 manual bilge pumps
Horseshoe buoy with dan buoy
Flares (January 2020)
3 Cyalumes (January 2020)
2 Powder extinguishers


Solar panel and wind vane on gantry
Large mooring cover to stay cool during hot weather
Cockpit cover in average condition
Folding cockpit table
A sail locker in the front
Large V-berth at the front (OK for 1,80 m)
8 Portholes in the saloon offering an almost panoramic view
Sunbrella covers covering the entire boat with rainwater collector (2020)
Cockpit bimini
Very large lockers in the saloon, under the cockpit for tools, under the cabin beds, in the bilges and at the back of the cockpit
Foam mattresses ok
12V vacuum cleaner
Maintenance equipment (spare parts, anodes, filters, paints, fittings, rigging, ropes, toilet seal kit...)
Set of kitchen equipment for life on board

Last bottom paint : December 2019

Main strengths

Very good sailing boat, simple, sturdy, pleasant, reliable and seaworthy.
Lots of storage space.
Good insulation of the hull.

Last modified : 23/09/2022


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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