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Sloop acier 32
(9,50 m) - 1995

Layout :

  • Length : 9,50 m (31' 1")
  • Beam : 3 m (9'8")
  • Draft : 1,6 m (5'2")
  • Headroom : 1,8 m (6')
  • Weight : 6 tons
  • Material : Steel
  • Rigging: Sloop
  • Engine: Vetus M3.10, 22 HP

Polish flag. Tax paid for French Polynesia.

Based in French Polynesia

Price : 3,2 M XPF / 27 000 €

Steel sloop very easy to handle and safe.

Healthy and fully insulated hull.

Ready to go.

Interior fittings :

2 to 4 Sleeps - 1 double cabin

  • Double cabin forward
  • Berth in the saloon 
  • Single berth aft on starboard side, behind chart table
  • Galley on port side 
  • Separate toilet, with manual toilet on port side

Listing :

Building and history

A 32-foot steel sloop monohull built in 1995 in Switzerland to the designs of architect François Graeser. It remained on Swiss lakes until 2017, when it was fully equipped for safe ocean crossings. The hull is 5 millimetres thick (normally 3mm, but made by the Swiss...). It is fully insulated.
Everything has been designed in a simple and solid way to last over time.
A complete in-depth rust treatment was carried out in 2021 in Tahiti on the entire boat, the history of which is well documented.
In 2022, a number of comfort features were added. The plexiglass bubble gives a full view of the outside when sailing, whatever the weather.
The current owners are the 3rd.


Vetus M3.10 engine, 22 HP (720 h, 2012)
RPM max 3 500 RPM
Last maintenance: July 2021 by a professional
Annual oil change, turbine, new pump, ...
Stainless steel diesel tank of 40 L
Diesel reserve on deck 50 L
Engine insulation completed in 2023

Sloop rigging

Sails in very good condition: mainsail, genoa, jib, storm jib
Front sails to be hung on double forestay (possibility to sail in butterfly style)
Spinnaker pole

Ground tackle

Manual windlass Lofrans
Main anchor: Rocna anchor + 60 m of 8mm chain
Additional anchor


50 L fresh water tank (connections are already made to add an additional tank)
Water cans on deck to add another 70 L
High performance rainwater collector
Gas stove with oven and 2 burners
ENGEL cooler, 12V
Foot pump for sea water
Foot pump for fresh water (2024)


2 12V 50Ah House batteries, Total 100 Ah from 2024
1 Battery for the current consumptions
1 Engine battery
3 Solar panels, total 300W
2 Inverters that can accept more powerful panels, if needed

Electronics and navigation instruments

SIMRAD TP 32 autopilot on tiller 
ARIES self-steering vane
Compass on gimbal from Wilfried Ederman's Kathena II
VHF Standard Horizon AIS/GPS
Depth indicator

Safety equipment

4 People life raft
2 Life jackets
Lifebuoy and flashlight
2 Fire extinguishers
Gas bottle in outside compartment
Gas pipe changed in 2021, ok until 2026
Gas detector alarm


3D tender 2.50 m inflatable from 2024
3.5 HP Tohatsu outboard engine (2018)


2 Sun covers : one beige and one yellow (flat)
2 Mainsail protections: one blue and one yellow
4 Valves and throughulls changed in 2018
1 Hammock 
5 Fenders
2*15 cm thick foam mattresses, stored in the aft starboard berth
Numerous storage spaces, the boat will keep all the necessary kitchen equipment to live on board
Forward cabin with large bed length 190 * width 200 at the head, 40 at the feet
Comfortable and recent mattresses, memory foam mattress topper, installed in 2022
In the storage area: numerous spare parts, paints, tools and materials for maintaining the boat, electrical extension cords, machines, protection elements, mosquito nets...

Last bottom paint : 2021

Last modified : 21/06/2024


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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