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Sun Magic 44 M - VENTE EN COURS
(13,30 m) - 1988

Layout :

  • Length : 13,30 m (43' 7")
  • Beam : 4,22 m (13'7")
  • Draft : 2,12 m (7"2")
  • Displacement : 10 tons
  • Material : Fiberglass
  • Rigging : Sloop
  • Engine : Yanmar 55 HP

French flag. Taxes not paid for French Polynesia.

Based in French Polynesia

Price : 8 M XPF / 67 000 €

Swift and sturdy sailboat, 4 cabins. Ideal for life on board and offshore sailing.

Interior fittings :

Sleeps 9 - 4 cabins

  • On fore :
  • 1 double cabin with a large bed
  • 1 starboard side cabin with 2 single bunk beds
  • 1 head with shower and toilet
  • Saloon:
  • A large U-shaped saloon with bench facing
  • A large u-shaped galley to starboard
  • A starboard chart table
  • Aft :
  • 1 double cabin on port side with attached head with toilet and shower
  • 1 triple cabin (double bed + bunk bed) with washbasin

Listing :

Building and history

Fiberglass sailboat built by the JEANNEAU shipyard in 1988, designed by architect D. Andrieu.
The owners bought her in 2013 and sail in the Mediterranean until 2016 then crossed the Atlantic for the West Indies and arrived in Polynesia in 2019.

A word from the owner

It's with a heavy heart that I decided to sell this boat but the age of my usual teammates, all older than me, leads them to forfeit the type of navigation that I like, offshore trips and discoveries, and I find myself alone now.
I can tell this boat allowed us to realize the dreams we had.
We sailed the Mediterranean Sea: Turkey, Israel, Greece, Croatia, sailed to Venice St Mark's square, Italy, Sicily, Sardinia, Corsica, Sète, Baleares, Spain then we enjoyed Gibraltar, Madeira and then cross Atlantic to Martinique, stayed during 2 seasons in the Antilles.
This year we left the island of Grenada where the boat was wintering to go to Martinique then to the islands San Blas, Panama, Panama Canal, Perlas, Galapagos, Marquesas, Tuamotu, Tahiti and Leeward Islands.
This last cruise was for us the apotheosis that we had dreamed and the boat made a faultless without any technical problem with excellent speeds, for each step our average was always higher than 6.5 knots, we even went up to 13.5 knots under spinnaker.
For all our sailings we appreciated the most the impression of safety that it gives us even in the harshest seas and the strongest winds, the helm is light even in heavy weather which allows to keep the pilot almost all the time, her excellent average speeds.
In addition, despite his age she is still a beautiful sailboat that I always enjoy.


Yanmar 55 HP - 2500 h (new in 2008)
Three-blade JPROP feathered propeller with modification propeller pitch possible under water
Fuel tank: 190 L

Sloop rigging

Mat (2016)
Boom (2016)
Shrouds (2016)
Removable stay (2016)
Profurl furler (2016)
Triradial Hydranet full batten main 40 m2 (2018) with traveler system
Triradial Hydranet genoa 60 m2 (used only one season)
Triradial Hydranet solent 40 m2 (2018)
Inter Dacron on removable stay 32 m2 (2015)
2 Spinnaker 130 m2 with sleeve
1 Asymmetrical Spinnaker 121 m2 (2015)
All halyards spectra and halyards doubled as standard

Ground tackle

Cayman 1200 W electric windlass (2015)
Main anchorage: SPADE anchor + 100 m of chain of 10 + 30 m of rope
Secondary anchorage: BRITANY anchor + 10 m chain of 8 + hawsers
Additional LEWMAR anchor
4 hawsers of 50 m (2 new) + 200 m hawsers


Fresh water tank: 500 liters in 3 tanks (220 L, 190 L and 90 L)
Watermaker KATADYN Power Survivor 40 (March 2019, under revision in Tahiti)
DANFOSS compressor refrigerator and evaporator (2015)
2-burner gas stove with oven ENO
Double sink
Sea water at the sink
Holding tank 50 L
3 camping gas bottles


Electrical panel, electrical circuit completely overhauled (2015)
3 AGM house batteries of 105 Ah, total 315 Ah (2018)
1 maintenance-free engine battery of 100 Ah (March 2019)
2 solar panels 90 W, total 180 W
Wind generator D 400
25A battery charger
Converter 12/220 V - 1000 W
Indoor and outdoor LED lighting

Electronic and navigation instruments

Garmin radar with GPS chartplotter
TOSHIBA I3 SSD notebook with GPS and mapping
Wind vane, anemometer, compass magnifying glass, loch SIMRAD in cockpit with repeater on chart table
Fixed VHF with GPS and DSC
Portable VHF
AIS with SIMRAD screen
AP 24 AC 42 autopilot, SIMRAD feed back compass with multifunction wireless remote control (all duplicate items)
2 RAYTHEON power unit for autopilot


AD Bombard 2.6 m dinghy
YAMAHA 2.5 HP outboard engine
Electric inflator


Life raft SEASAFE offshore container 8 people (2016 revised 2019)
Grab bag
Epirb distress beacon (2016)
AIS mobile individual distress beacon
7 Auto inflatable harnesses
2 Classic harnesses
9 Lanyards
9 Fenders


Lazy jack
Very complete tools and spare parts fittings
All recent valves (between 2012 and 2016)
Kitchen and table utensils
Cockpit cushions
Snorkel gear
Fishing rod with horizontal reel and fishing tackle

Last bottom paint: March 2019 and hull cleaned in July 2019 on hard dock

Regular maintenance:
New engine in 2008
New upholstery in 2010
Side linings 2010
Saloon ceiling linings 2016
Interior varnishes 2012
Replacement of all cockpit teak in 2013
Steering wheel mechanism changed in 2016
Standing rigging completely new: mast, boom, shrouds, furler, removable stay in 2016
Old rudder trunk removed for a new one higher with bearings reinforced and with shoulders
Sanding of antifoulings, treatment of the hull with 3 epoxy protective layers in 2017: controlled without osmosis
New hull decoration strips in 2017

Main strengths

Sturdy boat with an important section of underwater and boat floors.
Nice sail area, well equipped for life on board and offshore sailing. Comfortable and pleasant to live.

Last modified : 17/01/2020


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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