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Warrior 40
(12,00 m) - 2001

Layout :

  • Length : 12,00 m (39' 4")
  • Beam : 3,90 m (12'9")
  • Draft : 1,50 m (5')
  • Headroom : 1,90 m (6'3")
  • Displacement : 8 500 kg / 18739 lbs Dry Load
  • Ballast : 3750 Kg / 8267 lbs
  • Mmaterial : Fiberglass
  • Rigging : Sloop
  • Engine : Volvo Penta MD22 L-B 50 HP

American flag. Tax not paid for French Polynesia.

Based in French Polynesia

Price : 8,29 M XPF / 69 500 €


Well maintained and comfortable offshore sloop.

Great performance and reliable.

Ready to go!

Interior fittings :

6 Sleeps - 3 double cabins

  • Fore owner's double cabin with closet
  • Fore head with separate shower
  • L-shaped saloon to starboard with facing bench seat
  • Galley on port side
  • Double cabin aft on port side
  • Aft starboard bunk bed cabin with closet
  • Aft head with shower

Listing :

Building and history

Fiberglass sloop type Warrior 40 built 1997 by Trident Marine Southampton, England, according to the designs of Bill Dixon and was completed by master boat builder Brent Strickland in 2001.
The boat sailed around the world, and arrived in the Caribbean and Polynesia in 2020.
The owners have just fitted her out for New Zealand, but the departure had to be cancelled for health reasons.
So the boat is ready to go!


Volvo Penta MD22 L-B 50 HP engine (7200 h, 1997, overhauled in 2020)
Work done in 2022: raw water pump, timing belt and sliding cone (clutch) on sail drive replaced.
Complete maintenance booklet available
Autoprop bronze feathered 3 blade propeller with line cutter
Single lever cockpit controls
Gearbox overhauled in 2020
Injection pump overhauled 2021 + belt
New 2014 injectors taken out, calibrated and tested 2021
2020 Sail Drive seals
Heat exchanger and cooling system overhauled 2021
SidePower bow thruster (2014)
190 L stainless steel diesel tank (cleaning of tank, lines and fuel filter 2021)

Sloop rigging

New standing rigging (August 2022)
Anodized aluminum double spreader mast and boom
2 Twizzle adjustable poles for downwind sailing
3 Lewmar 30 self-tailing manual winches at the mast
1 Lewmar self-tailing mainsheet winch
2 Lewmar self-tailing genoa sheet winches
2 Lewmar self-tailing winches for the staysail and furler
Lewmar mainsheet track
Lewmar jib track and traveler
Lewmar pulleys
Walder boom brake
Stainless steel standing rigging cable with crimped lugs
New fully battened Hood mainsail (January 2023)+ bag (old one is stored on board)
North Yankee genoa with UV protection at the clew
1 Hood Yankee cut genoa
North self-tacking staysail
Jib (stitched in July 2022)
Selden traveler
Sail bag and lazy jacks
Lewmar stainless steel winches

Ground tackle

Lewmar vertical windlass (foot controls)
Remote anchor control and chain length control
Main anchor: Manson Supreme 20 kg / 45 lb galvanized anchor + 300 ft / 100 m 10mm chain
Lewmar anchor brake
Additional anchors: Kedge Fortress FX 23, Fortress FX 30


2 Plastic fresh water tanks, total 590 L
20 L plastic holding tank
Echo-Tec watermaker 50 L/h 12V
Top loading refrigerator/freezer
Oven, grill and griddle
220V microwave
Water heater
Pressurized hot and cold water
Dickenson diesel heater
Salt water foot pump
Separate molded plastic showers for easy cleaning
Seat in front shower
2 Lavac marine toilets 
Fore head pump and piping replaced in 2021
Queen size bed with mattress topper in fore cabin
CD Am/Fm radio with USB port
Bose speakers
Cockpit speakers
Hot and cold water cockpit shower
Television with Avtex TV/DVD player


12V system and 12V outlets
Marine quality wiring throughout the boat
220v / 50 Hz shore power
32 Ah shore power cable
3 Lifeline AGM service batteries of 210 Ah, total 630 Ah (January 2022)
Engine battery 100 Ah
Dedicated bow thruster battery
2 x 200 Ah alternators
Mastervolt Combi 2200 W / 100 Ah inverter/charger with remote MICC panel (2018)
D400 wind generator
New solar panels 2x 100W and 1x 170W, total 370W (January 2023)
Tricolour navigation lights
LED lighting
Honda portable generator 220/12V eu20i

Electronics and navigation instruments

Raymarine ST70 speed, wind and depth (2018)
Raymarine Evolution autopilot (2018)
Raymarine Axiom Pro Hybrid touch with CHIRP sonar and separate Garmin chartplotter (2018)
Vespermarine Vision Class B AIS transmitter / receiver
Richie compass
ICOM VHF with second pedestal station
VHF Standard Horizon with DSC and masthead antenna (2018)
2 Epirb
SEA ME Electric radar reflector
McMurdo Navtex
Red box/WiFi Extender installed in 2021

Safety equipment

Life raft for 4 people (last revised August 2022) 
Horseshoe lifebuoy
Stainless steel stanchions with guardrails and lifelines
Electric bilge pump
2 Manual bilge pumps


Tender AB ultralight, aluminum bottom, 10ft (August 2022)
Yamaha 15 HP outboard engine (just overhauled)
Tohatsu 3.5 HP electric outboard engine


Bimini and hood with full closure, can be replaced by mosquito nets
New sprayhood in the bag (the old one is stored on board)
Two protective covers for bow of mast (one large and one small with a rainwater collection system)
Complete tool kit
Numerous spare parts for long-term cruising
Hydrovane steering wheel
Large cockpit drains
Large cockpit table with drink holder
Cockpit cushions
Swim ladder on aft platform
Teak and holly floor varnished in 2021
Large teak saloon table
2 Opening deck hatches with blinds or mosquito nets
Stainless steel pulpit with double davits
Stainless steel stern rail with flagpole
6 Aluminum mooring cleats
2 Outboard engine mounts
2 Salt water wash down systems (anchor locker and stern)
Gas supply
All stainless steel exterior polished in 2021
Full tool kit
Extensive inventory of spare parts for onboard systems
User manuals for all systems
Full service log

Final bottom paint: January 2022 (Ultra-Sonic antifouling in 2018)

Main strengths

Sailboat in good condition, very equipped and safe.
Good performances.
Ready to go!

Last modified : 27/05/2023


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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