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Tosca 39
(11,90 m) - 1979

Layout :

  • Length : 11,90 m (39' 0")
  • LOA : 11.9 m (39')
  • LWL : 9,58 m (32'09")
  • Beam : 3,84 m (12'59")
  • Draft : 1,6 m (5'24")
  • Displacement : 7949 kg (keel 2500 Kg)
  • Material : Fiberglass
  • Rigging : Sloop
  • Engine : Volvo 2D-40 - 40 HP

South Africa flag. Tax not paid for french Polynesia.

Based in French Polynesia

Price : 3,58 M XPF / 30 000 €

Well maintained and well equipped sailboat.

Self-sufficient in water and power. Recent engine.

Interior fittings :

Sleeps 4 to 6 - 2 double cabins

  • Large double cabin aft
  • U-shaped galley on port side
  • Chart table to starboard
  • U-shaped saloon to starboard and bench seat to port
  • Head compartment with washbasin and toilet

Listing :

Building and history

Central cockpit type Tosca 39 Bermudian sloop built in 1979 by Tosca Marine in Capetown according to the designs of the architect Angelo Lavarnos. She was launched in 2005.
The deck is textured fiberglass with aft platform; main steering system by wheel and cables to the quadrant; Spade rudder; Modified fin and skeg. Fiberglass interior with Cherry wood finish.


Volvo 2D-40 - 40 HP 4 cylinder (1060 hrs)
Heat exchange cooling system
Volvo (ZF) overhauled 2019
TFX controls replaced in 2021
Direct shaft drive
Kiwi folding propeller
Replacement three-blade fixed propeller
PSS seal on main shaft
Replacement engine parts: filters, belts and impellors
Spare alternator and starter
250 L fiberglass fuel tanks

Sloop Rigging

Sparcraft Capetown mast (steps to top)
Aluminum mast and boom
Standing rigging: stainless steel wire replaced in 2021
Running rigging: cored braided line
Mainsail reefing and hoist: Bat car system with 3 reefing points
Profurl B 35-M headsail roller furling
Self steering wind vane rigged to wheel steering
Two spinnaker poles with two goosenecks mounted on the mast track
Whisper pole for reaching with spinnaker
Barberhauler blocks for both fore sails
Genoa locking tracks
Custom system as Jibe preventor on both sides of the boom for down wind sailing
Detachable inner foresail rig for stay sail
Ulmann sails mainsail (2019)
120% Ulmann sails genoa (2019)
2 Spinnakers
Storm sail
Stay Sail
2 Winches Lewmar 48 ST 2 speed for genoa
2 Winches Lewmar 38 ST 2 speeds for main sheet
3 Winches Lewmar 30 ST for halliards
Spare winch in locker

Ground tackle

Electric windlass Lofrans 1000W (2019)
Main anchor: Rocna anchor 20 kg + 100 m chain 10 mm 40 grade (2019)
50 m of rope in the locker
Additional Rocna anchor 20 kg


350 L fiberglass fresh water tank with automatic pump
Little Wonder watermaker 25L/h
Holding tank with pump
Fresh water pumped hot and cold
Saltwater Elefant Manual foot pump
Calirifier water heater on engine cooling system
Gas stove SMEV 2 burners + oven
LPG gas with electric cut off switch
Danfoss 12V refrigerator with cold plate
Double sink in the galley
Jabsco toilet
Hot and cold water shower
Sony XPLOD system
MP3 CD with USB connection
2 Internal waterproof speakers in Saloon
2 External waterproof speakers mounted in solid Dog-house
4 x 12V electric fans fitted in cabins and saloon
GRP Gas bottles 2 X 9KG and 1 X 3kg aluminum stored in transom


12 volt/220 volt suitcase 2200 Honda generator
4 Deep Cycle Solar House house batteries 105 Ah, total 420 Ah (October 2021)
1 Delco engine battery 85 Ah (October 2021)
Brand: Deep Cycle Solar House battery, Delco engine battery.
2 Solar panels 150W mounted on rails, total 300W with 2 PV regulators
4 Solar panels 75W, total 300W regulated mounted on Targa bar
Wind generator AirX 40amp
Honda 220V generator to 40 Amp charger
Shore power connected to 40 Amp inverter charger
Hitachi Alternator 12V/120A
Smart charger
Inverter 110V
Inverter 220V
USB in all cabins, salon and cockpit
LED lights

Electronics and navigation instruments

Sunitoo 9 inch compass
Echosounder Raymarine Tridata ST 60
Speedlog Raymarine Tridata ST 60
Log Raymarine Tridata ST 60
Raymarine GPS
Raymarine ST 6001+ Autopilot
Raymarine Fluxgate Compass
Raymarine Chartplotter with charts from Southern Africa to Seychelles
Raymarine Radar
Raymarine wind instrument
Custom computer connected to all navigation aids and OpenCPN with all charts
VHF Standard Horizon with DSC and Ais with multiplexer to bring data into the ships computer
SSB Icom M802 with auto-tuning and DSC
Backup steering system Raymarine autopilot and Emergency tiller

Safety equipment

4 People life raft (revised August 2019)
Fire fighting equipment
2 Manual bilge pumps
2 Automatic bilge pumps
Safety equipment
Navigation lights
Guard wires pushpit and pullpit
Swim ladder on transom
4 Warps
4 Fenders
1 Boat hook
Complete first aid kit
Iridium 9555 satellite phone
Sattelite external aerial


2,10 m / 7ft Blue aluminium bottom dingy (2019)
Tohatsu 15 HP outboard engine (hardly used, bought new in 2009)
13.5 HP outboard engine (bought new in Martinique 2019)
Paddles for rowing
Anchor on rope
2 Transom mounts on the stern of the boat with lifting system to lift motors


Edson binacle steering (cables to quadrant)
Lazy Jack system for sail storage
Lee cloths for each berth
Mosquito nets for Lewmar hatches in cabin
Shade cloths covering from mast to targa bar
Passages to both cabins
Wind scoops for forward and center hatches
Very large supply of ropes of different lengths and thicknesses
One dive bottle and BCD (out of date so will need servicing)
Pressure canner for bottling food for long journeys
Variety of bottles and lids for bottling
Pots pans and many sealing storage containers
Custom crockery storage system
Upholstery theme: Kenyan fabric with multi-coloured seats and backs
12V TV
Barbeque Cobb
Sewing machine
Large clock
Full toolkit with sockets and all other goodies in aluminum tool box
Electric drill
Screwdriver set
Torque wrench
and so on...

Main strengths

Well maintained and well equipped sailboat.
Self-sufficient in water and power. Recent engine.
Ready to go.

Last modified : 15/03/2023


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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