German flag. Tax not paid for French Polynesia.
Based in French Polynesia
Sturdy sailboat with a lot of comfort, always kept in order and clean.
3 Sleeps - 1 double cabin
First owner. The construction of the boat took 18 years (1988 - 2007). With the help of a professional welder and carpenter, this solid sailing boat was built in the yard of Michael Matzerath (Düren, Germany). A lot of care in safety, electricity and woodworking.
Aluminum hull (AlMg4,5Mn) of 6 mm and 10 mm bottom.
Double keels, ideal for sailing in shallow waters, tiller pilot with integrated emergency helm, walk-in engine room and also accessible by lifting the cockpit floor, the aft cabin is accessible through a corridor next to the engine room.
The entire boat is insulated with a 30 mm PE foam fire extinguishing system.
The furniture is made of cherry wood, matt varnished.
For 13 years, we sailed on the boat from Empuriabrava (Spain) to Raiatea. The pandemic interrupted our trip. Because of our age, we can no longer continue to sail.
Ford FSD 425 engine, 52kW, floating ground, 500h (1990)
Propellers: SPW Varioprop DF 107 3 chrome wings and SPW Varioprop DF 112 4 brass wings
Modified exhaust system, stainless steel gooseneck
1000 L aluminum fuel tank, under the saloon, never cleaned but inspection hatch and large hatch for maintenance
Müller and Hans aluminum mast with steps
8mm standing rigging 2 forestay, 2 backstays, 3 shrouds on each side
Mainsail 3 reefs
Lee Sail jib (2010) on Furlex Selden 300S 8-10mm (new UV protection by O'Rion Raiatea in 2019)
Storm-jib (never used)
Gennaker 95m² (new)
2 Winches Andersen (56ST and 46ST) in cockpit
1 Winch Andersen 12ST at the mast
4 Andersen Winches 28ST at the mast
Windlass Simpson Lawrence Anchorman Power 1200W
Main anchor: CQR 25kg + 100m 8mm chain + 100m rope
Secondary aluminium Spade 20kg anchor
4 Built-in 150 L aluminum fresh water tanks with inspection and maintenance hatches
Flojet water pump
Watermaker ECO Tec 260 DML-1, 12V, 50L/h
Pantry and head in Creanit (silicone free)
2 Waeco Coolmatic CB 40 refrigerators
Force 10 gas stove, 60100, 2 burners (2 gas detectors and alarm)
Force 10 self-contained oven (North American standard)
Rheinstrom HZK25 water heater, with 2 heating coils (engine and generator), 1 cartridge heater 220V
1 Sealand Vacuflush Typ 848 toilet with suction and drain pumps
Holding tank 150 L
Shower in the cockpit
Webasto Air Top 3500 Diesel heating system
2 House batteries 255Ah, Lifeline (2015)
1 Original Red Flash 1000 33Ah Vision engine battery (2015)
Generator Original Red Flash 1000 33Ah Vision (2015)
6 Solara 170 Wh/d solar panels (new 2017)
Morning Star Controller
Wind vane Superwind SW 350
Inverter Victron Energy Phoenix Multiplus 12-2500-120, 110/220V and 50/60Hz
Onan 4.0 MDKBH-5933C generator set, output: 220/50Hz (2013) floating bottom
Circuit voltage: 12V/ 220V (12V port, 220V starboard)
The ship‘s AC-voltage is 220V. The shore current can be 110 or 220 Volt. The ship is connected to the shore current via a separation transformer which can also step-up the 110V-input to 220V-output
12V electrical leakage control, plus and minus fuses
220V circuit breakers
LED lights inside mostly adjustable (salon, head, pantry and navigation)
Aqua Signal LED navigation lights
Echo, speed, wind, graphic: Raymarine ST60
Windpilot Pacific Plus windvane, connected to the helm
Viking RescYou 4 UKSL automatic life raft, in compartment (2013)
2 Automatic life jackets
2 Fire extinguishers
Gianneschi bilge pump in engine room + 2 alarms
In each keel, at the deepest point : one alarm and one Jabsco.
Dinghy AB 250
Outboard engine Yamaha 15 HP Enduro
Sailrite sewing machine
Documentation and maintenance descriptions
Last bottom paint: September 2018 in Raiatea (4 Interprotect layers and 3 Trilux33)
Replace the windlass
Solid and sturdy boat with a lot of comfort, always kept tidy and clean.
The shape of the boat and the high position of the cockpit give a feeling of security and allow to stay dry while sailing.
Last modified : 22/04/2021
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.