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Romanée 34
(10,20 m) - 1979

Layout :

  • Length : 10,20 m (33' 5")
  • Beam : 3,50 m (11'5")
  • Draft : 1,57 m (5'1")
  • Gauge : 9,90 T
  • Sails : 62,00 m2
  • Material : Aluminium
  • Rigging : Sloop
  • Engine : Yanmar 3GM30 27 HP

French flag. Taxes paid for French Polynesia.

Based in French Polynesia

Price : 3,9 M XPF / 32 700 €

Aluminum sail in good condition and maintained.

Interior fittings :

2 to 3 sleeps - 1 double cabin

  • Double cabin aft port side
  • Starboard aft cabin transformed into a workshop
  • Starboard chart table
  • U-shaped galley to port
  • Saloon on fore with facing benches
  • Fore head
  • Sail locker

Listing :

Building and history

Sloop sailboat Romanée 34 type in shaped aluminum stringers, built in 1979 by the Pouvreau shipyard in France.
Ballast with lead balls in resin, the keel is checked and the well redone.
Boat arrived in French Polynesia since 1998, she has always been used in private mode. The ship never suffered any event at sea.
She is regularly maintained and taken out of the water every year.
Second owner.


Yanmar 3GM30 27 HP engine, regular maintenance (5790h - 1993)
25 mm stainless steel shaft and cutlass bearing (2016)
PSS revolving seal (2015)
Injectors checked and injector nozzles changed (2016)
Fixed three-blade propeller Ni Br AL (2013)
90 L aluminum diesel tank + cans

Sloop rigging

Recent standing and running rigging (2011)
MARECHAL mast and boom (3 reefs) with one set of spreaders (mast foot crack under control, healthy spreader bases)
Dacron full batten oriented mainsail (2011)
Symmetrical spinnaker (2015, good condition)
Solent on snap hook (2013, very good condition)
Profurl furler (controlled)
2 Poles
LEWMAR winches (42, 30, 8)

Ground tackle

Lofrans Caiman 1000W windlass (2015)
Main anchorage: ROCNA 15kg anchor + 40m of 10mm chain + 60m of rope
Secondary anchorage: LEWMAR DELTA 16kg anchor + 10m of 10mm chain + 40m of rope
Sand anchor


Fresh water: 280 L in two fixed tanks (100L each) and a flexible tank (80L)
Katadyn 35 watermaker (4.5L/h on solar panels)
Double sink with separate foot pumps (fresh water, sea water and desalinated water)
ENO gas stove with oven (2014) and "Gazzy fiber" gas cylinder
INDEL Marine 65L fridge (2015, with dedicated battery)
Lavac toilet
Has bassin
Deck shower under pressure


PHILLIPI bi-polar electrical panel (2014)
220V internal circuit on galvanic isolator
Wiring redone in 2010
3 * 105Ah house batteries, total 315 Ah
Engine battery 95Ah
Shore supply and alternator charger
2 TENESOL fixed solar panels of 65W, total 130W
MPPT regulator
12 / 220V WAECO 350W inverter (2014)
DOLFIN 30A charger (2010)
Sacrificial anodes (2016)
IRIS 50 portable compass
SILVA compass

Electronics and navigation instruments

FURUNO log sounder Tri Data Fi 50
FURUNO Fi 50 wind gauge
JRC 1000 radar (low display)
MNEA 2000 network
NAVICOM RT 311 handheld VHF (2016 and 2010)
Isatphone INMARSAT satellite phone
LOWRANCE HDS 5m GPS / charts (with Pacific maps, display of all network data and autopilot control)
Garmin 72 H handheld GPS
SIMRAD TP32 helm autopilot (tiller)
Instruments interfaced with MNEA 2000
Battery monitor and electrical leakage monitor
ATOMS self-steering vane with spare parts

Safety equipment

SEA SAFE liferaft type YF4-11-0538 n°22321 (08/2011 valid until May 2018)
Offshore box: manual flares and parachute, smoke bombs (to be replaced)
2 Horseshoe buoys
4 Foam life jackets
2 Automatic life jackets
4 Harnesses
2 Lifelines
2 Fire extinguishers
Henderson manual bilge pump
Rule electric bilge pump
EPIRB Kannad distress beacon (2016)


Zodiac CADET 260 tender with removable floor
Mercury 5 HP outboard engine


Interior redone: painting of linings and floors
New cover
Davit for the tender
New swim ladder
Lazy jack (2015)
Lazy bag (2012)
Hood (2015)
Cockpit cover
Saloon convertible into berths
Folding table
Plenty of storage and cupboards
Painting of the hull and deck (2020)
Basic documentation of SHOM 1D
New SHOM maps of French Polynesia

Last bottom paint: end of 2016

Work needed


Main strengths

Healthy hull.
Regular maintenance.
Well equipped.

Last modified : 21/09/2020


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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