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Jouet 37
(10,96 m) - 1981

Layout :

  • Length : 10,96 m (35' 11")
  • Beam: 3,85 m
  • Draft: 2 m
  • Headroom: 1.90 m
  • Displacement (light): 7.9 mt
  • Material: GRP
  • Rigging: sloop
  • Engine: 42 HP PERKINS

Tax paid for French Polynesia.

Based in French Polynesia

Price : 3,9 M XPF / 32 700 €

Offshore cruiser. Live-aboard and fast sailboat, made many races.

Interior fittings :

Sleeps: 4 to 6

  • Double fore cabin
  • Bathroom and toilet
  • Saloon with a pull-down table
  • In the saloon, two bunks can be used as a berth
  • Chart table on port
  • Galley on starboard
  • Double cabin with wardrobe and arrangements
  • Large arrangements with sliding door instead of saloon's bunks

Listing :


GRP sailboat, JOUET 37 type, built in 1981 by Yachting France according to the design of Daniel Tortarolo. The boat is arrived in French Polynesia in 1993. She had two owners. The sailboat has participated in many local regatta.


PERKINS 4107 - 42HP (hour meter does not work anymore), 5000H approximately.
The oil changes are done regularly, every 100H with change of oil and diesel filters
Diesel tank: 120L
Consumption 2,5L/H to 1800 rp. 6 knots.
Hose changed in 2015, sea water pump repackaged in 2015, ss exhaust elbow 2016, turning joint ATMB 2015
Bi-paled propeller

Sloop rigging

Standing rigging 2002
Low stay, DYNEEMA runner and a expendable DYNEEMA stay
INCIDENCE mainsail 2002 (good condition, revised in January 2002), 25 m2 - 2 ris + 2 old mainsail in good condition
INCIDENCE genoa 2002 (good condition, revised in January 2012) - 56 m2 - on furler + 2 genoa revised with anti-UV band
Tri-radial asymmetrical spi 108 m2 with bow spirit and bobstay

Ground tackle

LOFRANS manual windlass 2014
Cable for electric windlass, ready to use
Main anchor: THP anchor 16 kg (2011) + 30m chain of 10mm + 40m cable
Secondary anchor: FOB anchor + 20m chain of 10mm + 20 m cable


Fresh water: 2 x 120L, in total 240L
Possibility of adding a water cow(150L) in the cockpit, connection and 3-way valve in place
2 ENO burners + oven (thermocouple changed in 2016)
Sink two bins with fresh water (electric pump with expansion tank) and sea water (foot pump)
The foot pump (by valve set) can be serve for fresh water
Fridge: eutectic plates - refrigerator coupled to engine (compressor dismantled at the moment)
Fridge: 220V - 80L
JABSCO manual toilet, 2002, with maintenance kit
Inside shower
2 speakers in the saloon + 2 in the cockpit
Sea water electric pump for outside


House batteries: 3 x 105 Ah, in total 315 Ah (December 2015)
Engine battery: 1 x 108 Ah (2014)
Alternator on engine: 70 Amp (2014)
Solar panels: 1 x 130 Wc (2008) and 2 x 100 Wc (2013), each with a regulator PWM 50 Amps (2015)
Inverter: 220V - 600 W
Inside/Outside lights in LED (2011)
AIRX 3 pales wind generator 400W on samson post (2013)

Electronics and navigation tools

ADVANSEA loch/sounder (2011)
AUTOHELM 3000 auto pilot + spare (timing belt)
BELCOM VHF and portable VHF
NAVMAN 950 card reader GPS
WINDCLIPPER weathercook/anemometer (new, to mount)
BLU transmetter/receiver ICOM M700 on wired antenna


ZODIAC inflatable annex 2014
MERCURY 3.3 outboard (2010), 2,5L tank


PLASTIMO life raft 6 persons (to revise)
Rockets chest
7 jackets + 1 harness
Horseshoe buoy


Inside (paint and varnish) remade in 2009, 2015
Hull paint 2009
Aft skirt (origin) and bathing ladder 2015 with step on transom and railing expanded for easy access to the cockpit
Pull-down cockpit table
Bimini 2015
PVC solar boat cover waterproof on boom
Davit and ss gantry
Side portholes of roof changed in 2009
Metal hinge of stem changed + front balcony modified in 2009 (to make access more convenient)
DYNEEMA guard-rail 2016
Ceiling remade in 2015
2 additional open panels for the ventilation in aft cabin
6 fenders

Main strengths

Robust, good habitability, clean and functional sailboat.

Last modified : 09/02/2018


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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