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Melody 34 M
(10,30 m) - 1980

Layout :

  • Length : 10,30 m (33' 9")
  • Beam : 3,22 m (10'5")
  • Draft : 1,90 m (6'2")
  • Headroom : 1,82 m (5'9")
  • Material : Fiberglass
  • Rigging : Sloop
  • Engine : YANMAR 3YM30 - 30 HP

French flag. Tax paid for French Polynesia (in process)

Based in French Polynesia

Price : 3,6 M XPF / 30 200 €

Elegant, solid and seaworthy sailboat. Renovated in 2016-2017.

Good condition, equipped and ready to go!

Interior fittings :

Sleeps 6

  • 1 fore double cabin
  • Head on starboard
  • A saloon with folding table
  • In the saloon, the benches can be used for sleeping
  • Chart table on starboard
  • A galley on port
  • Double cabin on aft starboard

Listing :

Building and history

Fiberglass sailboat MELODY type built by Jeanneau shipyards, according to the designs of the architect André Mauric.
The ship arrived in French Polynesia in July 2018.
The current owner bought her in 2016 in Martinique. After having renovated it, he sailed a lot in the West Indies, then road towards the Pacific, Marquesas, Tuamotu and finally Society's islands.


Engine YANMAR 3YM30 - 30 HP - 700 hours - installed by pleasure craft engineer (2012)
New inverter
New engine shaft
Stern gland (2016)
Cutlass bearing (2016)
Fixed three-blade propeller, new condition (2013)
90L fuel tank

Sloop rigging

Standing rigging changed before the transpacific (Dec. 2017)
Mast: crimp and turnbuckles changed (Dec. 2017)
Chain-plate revised (Dec. 2017)
Goose-neck in good condition, a new spare.
Fullbatten mainsail (good condition)
New genoa made by Mc2 Sail Design in Guadeloupe (2017)
Solent NORTH on releasable stay (2016)
Storm jib
NC42 PROFURL furler
Winch HARKEN 44.2 ST

Ground tackle

Electric windlass LOFRANS Kobra (2008 - revised in nov. 2018: SPI seal changed and emptying oil)
Anchor: Delta 35 LB anchor + 50 m chain of 10 mm (2015)
2nd mooring: anchor plow of 25 kg


Fresh water: 1 rigid tank 80 L + 1 flexible tank 80 L, total 160 L + 100 L of cans
Charcoal filter for drinking water from tanks
ENO 2 burner stove and oven (2008)
DANFOSS refrigerator
1 manual toilet RM69 (seals and valves changed recently)
1 water recuperator


4 * 115 Ah DEKA MARINE Lead Acid house batteries (2016) + 1 * 100 Ah DEKA MARINE battery (2017), total 460 Ah
Engine battery (Dec. 2017)
Alternator 30A (2012)
Solar panels 240 W (2016)
MPPT 30A Victron Regulator (2015)
KISS wind turbine to install
CRISTEC CP53 battery charger
VICTRON Pure Sine Wave 1200W converter
LED lighting everywhere on board
2 fans

Electronic and navigation instruments

Fixed VHF NAVICOM RT 650 (AIS reception)
2 * NAVICOM RT 350 portable VHF radios
GPS MAP 421 connected to the VHF for AIS / GPS 72 reception
ST 4000+ Autopilot: 2 revised rudders and helm angle sensor (2018)
JRC 1000 Radar
RAYMARINE log / depth sounder / anemometer connected to ST 4000+ auto pilot for self-steering vane
LINK 10 Battery Manager


HIGHFIELD aluminum bottom dinghy 2.40 m (2016)
Dinghy cover (sep. 2018)
Outboard engine MERCURY 5 HP - 2 strokes
Outboard engine TOHATSU 3.5 HP - 2 strokes

Safety equipment

BOMBARD Offshore ISO 9650 liferaft 4-seater (last revised: August 2017)
3 bilge pumps
4 Commercial lifejackets
Epirb PLB1 distress beacon (2018)
1 * ABC fire extinguisher 1Kg
2 harnesses and lifelines not installed


3 covers in good condition
Big cockpit trunk
Aft gantry
1 fishing rod with a troll
3 spearguns
Numerous tools: drill 1000W, screwdriver on battery, sander, etc ...

Last bottom paint: 2016 and gelcoat redone above the waterline in fev. 2018 (no osmosis)

Work done recently

All through-hull (except 2 recent) and valves changed (2018)
Nuts keel bolts changed (2018)
Lining redone (2017)
Teak cockpit redone (Oct 2016)
Roof portholes completely redone (plexiglas and frame) (Oct 2016)
Hatchways laid, cleaned and sealed (Oct 2016)
Upholstery and mattresses (Oct 2016)
Sprayhood and bimiti (2015)

Main strengths

Sturdy and seaworthy sailboat; she sails close to the wind.
Well maintained. Safe value.

Last modified : 07/12/2018


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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