French flag. Tax paid for French Polynesia.
Based in French Polynesia
Very clean and well maintained catamaran.
10 to 12 sleeps - 4 double cabins
Fiberglass catamaran type Leopard 42, built in 2001 by Robertson & Caine shipyard in South Africa on Morelli-Melvin designs.
The boat is registered in Papeete.
She belonged to the Mooring company until 2007.
Her current owner maintains her carefully and uses her for charter in Polynesia.
The boat is very comfortable and very sturdy, the cabins are very spacious and she has a very good behavior in navigation.
The boat is for rent, I sell her to buy a larger and more recent model.
2 YANMAR inboard engines of 40 HP, port 5306 h starboard 5209 h (2014, revised annually, last in 2022)
Average consumption : 5/6 L/h
Maintenance every 200 h
Volvo stern gland (2020)
Fuel tanks: 2 x 180 L, total 360 L
Complete new standing rigging and running rigging (May 2014, revised annually, last in 2022)
Aluminum single spreader mast and boom (2014)
Mainsail (2017, serviced in 2021)
Furling genoa (2018, serviced in 2021)
Electric windlass (engine 2018, gypsy 2021)
1 Dedicated battery (circuit breaker located under the chart table)
Main anchor: 25 kg plow anchor (2020) + 80 m chain of 10
Secondary anchor: 20 kg anchor + 80 m chain + rope
800 L fresh water tank
2 Burner gas stove + oven
1 Water heater
4 showers inside
1 Outside shower
2 Holding tanks
Electrical system 220V
4 House batteries (2022)
2 Engine batteries (2021)
2 Alternators 80 A
2 Solar panels 100 Amp, total 200 Amp, with controler
1 Battery charger
1 Inverter 500 W
Garmin GPS chart plotter (2021)
Wind vane / anemometer
Hard bottom RIB AB 5 persons
9.8 HP Tohatsu outboard engine
Plastimo 10 people life raft (2021, next service in 2026)
Full equipment (2022)
12 Life jackets
1 Epirb beacon
5 Fire extinguishers
2 Bilge pumps
Lazy bag (2014)
New cockpit cushion covers
Last bottom paint : 19/02/2021
Catamaran maintained by professional.
Ready to sail.
Last modified : 16/01/2023
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.