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Romanée 35
(10,20 m) - 1980

Layout :

  • Length : 10,20 m (33' 5")
  • Beam : 3,50 m (11'5")
  • Draft : 1,85 m (6')
  • Headroom : 1.84 m (6')
  • Material : Aluminium
  • Rigging : Sloop
  • Engine : Volvo Penta MD2030-A 27 HP

French flag. Taxes not paid for French Polynesia.

Based in French Polynesia

Price : 2,7 M XPF / 22 600 €

Offshore sailboat. Ready to go.

Interior fittings :

4 to 8 sleeps - 2 double cabins

  • Fore double cabin
  • Saloon with suspended berths and double sleeping possible
  • Starboard chart table
  • U-shaped galley to port
  • Double port aft cabin
  • Aft starboard toilet

Listing :

Building and history

Aluminum Romanée 35 type sailboat built in 1980 by Pouvreau shipyards (France).
The boat was reconditioned on hard dock of Soubise from January 2014 to March 2017 and hull sandblasting under waterline + 4 layers of International epoxy + 3 layers of Trilux 33 International antifouling.
Arrived in Moorea August 2019 from La Rochelle (departure September 2017) via the Panama Canal.


Volvo Penta MD2030-A 27 HP engine, 2000 h, in good condition (1999)
90 L gasoline tank and circuit completely redone

Sloop rigging

Large mast double spreaders rig, fitted with retractable stainless steel mast steps
Standing rigging including turnbuckles and running rigging new from 2016
Removable staysail
Main sail 3 reef semi-battened (good condition)
Furling genoa (good condition)
Staysail with reef on removable stay (new)
Gennaker (new)
Spinnaker (very good condition)
2 Poles
Self tailing winches
All control lines led aft to the cockpit
Halyards, reefing lines, urling block, etc.
Lazy Jack and Lazy bag (to repair)

Ground tackle

QUICK 700 W electric windlass, cheek block (vertical)
Main anchorage: sand anchor 16 kg + 40 m of chain of 10 + rope
Second anchorage: Kobra anchor 14 kg + 27 m chain of 10 + rope
Additional anchorage: Kobra anchor 12 kg + 20 m chain of 10 + rope


2*100 L fresh water tanks in PHED plastic (replacing the 2 aluminum tanks), total 200 L
Pressurized fresh water, sea water at the sink
2-burner gas stove + oven
ISOTHERM fridge with compressor
Dish cupboard and many drawers
Washbasin with pressurized water, cupboard, mirror
Lavac toilet
40 L holding tank by gravity
Many storages under saloon seats and berths


AGM 100 AMP / h 12 V house battery (August 2016)
AGM 100 AMP / h 12 V engine battery (April 2017)
Battery pairing by rotary switch OFF-1-BOTH-2
40 W polycrystalline and 100 W monocrystalline solar panels, total 140 W
Victron MPPT 15A regulator
Shore supply 83 at 230V, output 12V 12A
12V 230V AC 100W inverter for recharging small equipment batteries
LED lighting including masthead lights, steaming lights and mooring

Electronics and navigation instruments

Large chart table, 1/2 Grand Aigle
RayMarine navigation system Sounder / Speedometer / Anemometer (screen to repair)
ST 2000 auto pilot
Atoms self-steering vane
Radio Ocean RO4500 ASN VHF fixed
Navicom RT-311 VHF handheld
AIS large screen receiver with VHF antenna splitter
Furuno 1623 radar
Cockpit compass Plastimo CONTEST 130
Waterproof binoculars 7x50 (115 to 1000m)

Safety equipment

SEA-SAFE liferaft 6-people in container (2016, to be revised) + 24h grab bag
EPIRB Kannad SPORTPRO+ GPS distress beacon (2016)
Automatic buoy
6 Plastimo Pilot 165 lifejackets
Signaling mirror
Cable cutter
3 ABC powder 1kg fire extinguishers


2.50m Quicksilver dinghy (new in Dec. 2018)
Yamaha Malta 3 HP outboard engine


Stainless steel aft gantry with davits
All the glasses on the Goïot hatchways and portholes have been replaced
The fore hatchway has been replaced by a new Lewmar 70x70 cm
Aft lockers
Aerated gas compartment at aft cockpit (2*6 kg bottles + 1 gas campsite)
Protected copper tube, except flexible tube connections at the bottles and stove
Aft platform with gratings
Swimming ladder 3 steps
Sun cover
All valves are plastic, mounted on welded aluminum through-hull fittings
Deck painting required

Last bottom paint: dec. 2018 in the Canary Islands with 2 layers of Trilux 33 International

Main strengths

Comfortable living space for this size.
Easy to maneuver.

Last modified : 01/05/2020


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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