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Plan Farr 36
(10,96 m) - 1976

Layout :

  • Length : 10,96 m (35' 11")
  • Beam : 3,60 m (10'5")
  • Draft : 1,80 m (5'9")
  • Headroom : 1,80 m (5'9")
  • Material : Aluminium
  • Rigging : Sloop
  • Engine : Yanmar 3GM30 27 HP

French flag. Taxes not paid for French Polynesia.

Based in French Polynesia


Price : 3,2 M XPF / 26 800 €

Excellent racing boat in good condition, cosmetic to review.

Equipped for solo sailing.


Interior fittings :

1 Sleep

  • Large Saloon with facing benches
  • Starboard galley
  • Port chart table
  • Starboard aft single berth
  • Aft port storage
  • Large storage in the forepeak

Listing :

Building and history

Aluminum sailboat built by the CN BELLETTI Italy shipyard in 1976.
Excellent racing boat.
Equipped for solo or crew navigation.

A word from the owner

In 2016 the boat was prepared in Nantes for a tour of the Atlantic: mechanics, dismasting, electricity, automatic pilot installation and various improvements. The former owner had incurred approximately € 15,000 in fees.
In 2017 after his tour in the Atlantic, I bought the boat and prepared her in Lorient for a long trip and equipped her to sail alone, which includes a revision of the rigging, the engine, a complete refit of the electricity, the installation of the dogger, modifications of the interior fittings, modification of the deck plan, a revision of the sails, a complete bottom paint.
In 2018, while a stopover in the West Indies, I continued to improve the boat by installing a self steering vane, a staysail on a furler, a rigid vang, solar panels, an electric windlass and I changed the fittings.
In 2019, I arrived in French Polynesia, I continue to make small improvements and to date I am about € 15,000 in fees also.
And of course regular maintenance.

Engine

Yanmar 3GM30 engine, regular maintenance, works perfectly
Cruising speed 5n at 2500rpm, maximum speed 7n at 3500rpm
Maxprop propeller feathering on engine shaft (maintenance carried out January 2020, dismantled and greased)
120 L dDiesel tank
Average consumption 1.5 l / h

Sloop rigging

7/8 th Throughull mast
Openwork boom completely revised and reinforced in September 2018
Rigid vang (adjustable from cockpit)
Split with backstay (adjustable with dynema rope), swept spreaders, shrouds and low shrouds (fitted with tube to avoid wear of sheets)
Facnor B45 genoa furler
Facnor B35 staysail furler (bearings changed in December 2019 and profile in November 2018), installed in October 2018
Standing rigging of 2016
Running rigging in very good condition (mainsail, spinnaker, genoa, staysail and lift halyards, 3 reefs, lift and pole vang) with the return to the cockpit
New genoa and staysail sheets
Lazzy jack and lazzy bag
1 Spinnaker pole
Full batten mainsail reinforced on trolley
Genoa revised
North Sails staysail of August 2018
Symmetrical spinnaker
2 Lewmar ST 45 line clutches winches of 2017
2 Lewmar ST 45 winches in the cockpit of 2017
2 ST 40 Winches in the cockpit
4 OneTouch winch handles of 2017

Ground tackle

Lofrans project 1000W electric windlass from October 2018 equipped with two remote controls, one wired and one wireless (with 2 control boxes) and a circuit breaker
Main anchorage: galvanized FOB THP 20 kgs flat anchor + 50 m of chain of 10 (October 2018)
Secondary anchorage: CQR 11kgs anchor + 25 m of chain of 10 + 45 m of rope of 20
Chain hook
1 Goof
4 Moorings
6 Fenders

Comfort

1 Sink fitted with two foot pumps for fresh water (145 L tank with filter) and sea water
1 ENO stove 2 burners of 2017
Chemical toilet
No shower

Electrics

12V circuit redone in October 2017
LED lighting
USB and cigarette lighter plugs
Engine and house battery circuit breaker with voltage indicator
Fuse electrical panel
2 * 120A house batteries from October 2017
1 * 120A engine battery from April 2018
2 solar panels of 50W each (1 from March 2018) on the aft guard-rails and 1 from 100W (from September) on the dogger
Victron MPPT 100/30 charge controller for solar panels
Battery charge distributor
LED mooring lights (with light detector) and navigation

Electronics and navigation instruments

Furuno GP32 GPS
Fixed and hand held VHF
1 Raymarine Evolution inboard autopilot with type 1 electric lifting jack from 2016
Raymarine i40 wind vane (coupled to the autopilot)
Raymarine st40 depth sounder
Speedo Raymarine st40
Plastimo bulkhead compass (night lighting) September 2018
Hydrovanne self-steering vane (2 overhead)

Safety equipment

1st category armaments
4W For Water life raft to review (September 2016)
EPIRB1 Ocean signal beacon
2 Harnesses with integrated life jacket
Life buoy
1 Life jacket
2 Lifelines
3 Fire extinguishers
Electric bilge pump
Manual bilge pump

Dinghy

Dinghy to be defined

Miscellaneous

Swimming ladder on aft platform
Stainless steel tiller (racket type) October 2017
Teak cockpit duckboard of October 2017
Cagnards
Cockpit cover
2 Chain locker in the cockpit
Upholstery and curtains of 2017 (sunbed)
Fore hatch for storage of mooring accessories
Aft hatch for access to aft lockers
Anti-slip Kiwi Grip on the back and paint type mixed with sand on the rest
Stanchion and guard-rails in good condition
Fittings in good condition
Dogger fixed on Roof (allows to be sheltered for maneuvers) which accommodates the line clutch and 2 rope lockers
2 Deck mattresses
Painting topsides in average condition
Underwater: bottom paint done in November 2018, epoxy primer and 3 layers of international antifouling

Main strengths

Sturdy, light and equipped sailboat for solo or team sailing for regattas.
Ready to go.

Last modified : 25/03/2020



ATTENTION

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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