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Banana 43
(13,00 m) - 2010

Layout :

  • Length : 13,00 m (42' 7")
  • Length at waterline: 11.70m (38' 7")
  • Max. beam: 6,60m (21')
  • Headroom: 2m (2'6")
  • Draft: 1,20 m (3'11")
  • Air draft: 19m (62'4'')
  • Light displacement: 9.2 metric tons
  • Material: Aluminium
  • Rigging: Cutter
  • Engine: 2 x VOLVO 55HP

Based in French Polynesia

Price : 41,8 M XPF / 350 000 €

Outstanding aluminium catamaran, renown sailboat. Built for offshore sailing and cruising.

Large spaces to live aboard. High quality and level of equipments.

Interior fittings :

Sleeps: 4 to 6

Starboard hull

  • Large double cabin fore, numerous storages, drawers, hanging locker
  • Toilets
  • Shower cabin
  • Workshop cabin aft with freezer and watermaker

Port hull

  • Large double cabin fore, numerous storages, drawers, hanging locker
  • Large bathroom aft with toilets and shower cabin
  • 2 fridges in the catwalk

Main central cabin

  • Large U-shape saloon with panoramic view plexiglasses, large central table, numerous stoagres,
  • lockers, lockers under the setties, shelves, etc.
  • Chart table on starboard
  • L-shape galley facing the cockpit

Listing :


Aluminium Banana 43 type catamaran (same as Mowgli, famous other Banana 43 from the Prometa shipyard).
The owners made her custom built by the PROMETA shipyard in Saint-Raphaël (France) from 2008 to 2010,
with a custom wood interior.
5083 type marine aluminium for the hulls, central cabin, deck, cockpit, beams, keels and rudders; structures are of 6060 sections. Shell plating: 8 mm. Bottom: 10 mm.
They sailed from France and entered French Polynesia in May 2015, via Panama.


2 x 55HP Z-Drive VOLVO
Both engines fully revised in November 2016
Aluminium tanks (in each hull): 2 x 400L, i.e. total 800L

Cutter rigging

SPARCRAFT mast, 17.20 m of light anodised alloy
9/10e self-standing rigging, 2 spreaders sets
2 shrouds, 2 lower shrouds, 1 stay, 1 mobile stay, 4 diamonds, 2 backstays + tackles
Mainsail, good condition, fully battened, 3 reefs, lazy-bag remade
Gennaker, good condition, on furler
Genoa on furler
Parasail spinnaker + sock
Staysail on mobile stay
Pole and 2 fixing points
Self-tailing ANDERSEN winches: 4 x 52, 2 x 46, 1 x 42
Winches at mast foot
Winches in the cockpit/roof
Hydraulic steering wheel

Complete check of the rigging: November 2016

Ground tackle

Electric windlass
Main anchor: ROCNA
Secondary anchor: SPADE


Fresh water: 800L in 2 x 400L tanks (with gauges)
Pressurized water, 2 pumps
SEA RECOVERY 60L/h watermaker
Double sink
3-burners TECHIMPEX stove + oven
3 x 12V fridges, fresh water cooled
1 freeze
WEBASTO air heating-system in all the cabins
1 manual JABSCO toilet
1 electric toilet with macerator and holding tank
2 showers + pipe on cockpit


Houses batteries: 3 x 220Ah, 600Ah in total (2014)
Engine batteries: 2 x 105Ah (2017)
220V differencial circuit
Solar pannels 4x110W + 4x80W on MPPT charge controller
MASTERVOLT 3,5kW generator
MASTERVOLT 12V 100A battery charger
Dock connection
Inverters: 12V/220V - 2000W

Electronics and navigation instruments

2 FURUNO pilots cylinders and hydrolic LECOMBLE & SCHMIDT
FURUNO navigation system, network with wind/depht/loch NAV COM instruments and NAVNET 3D map
FURUNO FI 50 repeater wind/depht/loch
CONTEST compas
On charts table:
Icom IC 604 VHF
Icom ICM 802 SSB
1 pilot control
DURABOOK computer with MAXSEA + charts


VICKING life raft (2012)
Life jackets
Life buoy
IOR pole (MOB)
KANNAD 406 beacon + GPS
Manual bilges pump
2 automatic/ manual bilges pumps


CARIBE hard bottom dinghy
YAMAHA 15HP 2 strokes outboard engine


Covers, rigid bimini
Covers for deck pannel
Many spare parts for all pumps,

Survey: November 2016
Technical inspection and checking: November 2016

Main strengths

Renowned boat, comfortable and safety. Hight building quality with good equipement.
Full folder if asking. Building invoices on board.

Last modified : 31/10/2018


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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