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Jumbo 46
(13,90 m) - 2010

Layout :

  • Length : 13,90 m (45' 6")
  • Beam: 4.49m (14'7")
  • Draft: 3.10m (10'2") / 1.60m (5'2")
  • Displacement: 6t (dry load) 8.5t (full load)
  • Material: Airex + epoxy + fiberglass sandwich
  • Engine: YANMAR 75HP

French flag.

Based in French Polynesia


Price : 16,35 M XPF / 137 000 €

Perfect compromise between family cruising and speed. Ready for blue water sailing.

Available for fast cruising fans!

Same properties as an Open 40 type or Pogo 12.50 type, with more comfort!


Interior fittings :

Owner version (3 cabins)

Sleeps: 7

  • Double fore cabin with desk
  • Bathroom / toilet + shower on starboard
  • Large saloon
  • 2 double aft cabins with storage
  • U-shaped galley on starboard
  • Large chart table on port
  • Central keel box
  • Large cockpit
  • Only 2 steps in companion way

Listing :

Building

Sandwich AIREX + epoxy+ fiber glass sailboat, Jumbo 40 type, extended up to 46' (additional aft platform and fixed bowsprit).
Building by owner (experienced) in close collaboration with Jumbo shipyard (Plemeur Bodou, France), design by Pierre Roland.
Blue water sailing with family from 2011 to 2014, never in charter. Sailed from France to New Zealand. Currently sailing back to French Polynesia.

Engine

YANMAR 4JH4TE turbo 75HP (1000hrs)
Diesel tank: 350L (92 US gal)
J PROP folding three-blade propeller

Rigging

SELDEN mast and boom
Total sail area: 115m² (HYDRANET)
Full battened mainsail, 3 reefs with lazy jack, 2 automatic reefs (from cockpit): 58m²
Solent on FURLEX furler: 57m²
Stormjib on FURLEX furler on removable stay (HYDRANET) : 26m²
Aluminium pole 4m (13')
6 ANDERSON winchs (4x42ST + 2x46ST)

Ground tackle

LOFRANS 1500W electric windlass
Main anchorage: 16kg SUPREME anchor + 70m of 10mm chain
Secondary anchorage: 16kg BRITTANY anchor + 30m of 10mm chain + 50m rope

Comfort

Fresh water: 2 x 80L (21US gal) 160L (42US gal) in total
POWER SURVIVOR 24L/h watermaker, 12V (6 US gal/h)
Double sinks
ENO 4 burners stove + oven
160L (42 US gal) fridge (FRIGOBOAT compressor), water cooled
10L (2.6 US gal) freezer
SFA electric toilet + RARITAN mini water treatment plant (instead of a holding tank)
1 shower inside + 1 deck shower in aft platform
Radio CD player + 4 speakers (2 inside + 2 outside) (2013)

Electrics

Service batteries: 12 x 100Ah Gel VICTRON ENERGY, total 1200 Ah
Engine batteries: 2 x 80Ah (2014)
FISHER PANDA 4 kW 12V generator (1000hrs)
Solar panels with charge controller: 2 x 70 Wc (140Wc n total)
VICTRON inverter/shore power supply 120A (3200W)
RARITAN water-heater on engine and/or electrics: 25L (6.6 US gal)
2 x electric pump for fresh and salt water systems
Hydraulic pump (+ manual in spare) to lift the keel (one way hydraulic cylinder): 1500W

Electronics

NAVICOM RT 650 MOB VHF with DSC
NKE navigation center with autopilot (remote control + AIS transceiver + realwind pilot)
2 x NKE multifunction displays
FURUNO GP 32 GPS
DELL laptop with navigation softwares + world charts

Dinghy

AB 3.10 m tender, ultra light, aluminium, 40kg (2013)
TOHATSU 9.8HP outboard engine (2013)

Safety

Serviced liferaft
6 lifejackets + hharnesses
2 MOB strap

Miscellaneous

2 fore and aft covers
Guardrail protection
Double tillers + double suspended rudder
Revolving table (cockpit)
Chain-plate pulpit and stanchion in carbon glass
Waterproof partition fore + crash-box (foam)
Non-slip on roof (SICOMIN paint) SEACORK for the deck
11 circular open port-holes MOONLIGHT

Last bottom paint: April 2014

Main strengths

Epoxy sailing boat (no osmosis)
Fast sailing boat easy to sail olone
Safety and deep cockpit (ideal for children). no many differences between cockpit and saloon. Rigid roof in cockpit (no water). Large owner cabin. Performant with light wind ( 6nds speed with 6nds beam reach)
Stable and good sailor with strong wind. Removable keel. Large for size.

Last modified : 23/05/2018



ATTENTION

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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