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Karate MK1
(9,95 m) - 1982

Layout :

  • Length : 9,95 m (32' 7")
  • Max. Beam: 2,95m (9' 8'')
  • Length at the waterline: 7,65m (25')
  • Draft: 1,80m
  • Air draft: 11,80m
  • Light displacement: 4500kg
  • Construction Materials: GRP
  • Rigging: Sloop
  • Engine: LOMBARDINI 33HP

Based in French Polynesia

Price : 3,8 M XPF / 31 800 €

Maneuver and convenient sailboat, very fast.

Interior fittings :

Sleeps : 7

  • Fore: double cabin
  • Double aft cabin
  • 1 double berth + 1 simple berth in the saloon
  • Saloon
  • Chart map
  • Galley
  • Bathroom / WC on port

Listing :

Fiberglass sailboat, Karate MK1 type, built by Chantiers Nautiques du Sud-Ouest (CNSO) shipyard in 1982, according to the design of the architects Michel Bigoin and Jacques Duvergié.

This boat has been draw for the cruising and he has won a lot of race's victories.
The form of the boat, the wheel and the aft space give the impression of a large boat than this 9,95 m. The hull has a classic design, with a beautiful list at the stem and at the back.
The sheet-traveller is straight and elegant. The rudder-blade is suspended behind a robust flapper. The trafic on the bridge is easy, with a lot of space at the forefront for the
maneuvers. The cockpit is tight on the back and large, well protected from the waves and the spray.


LOMBARDINI LDW 1003 33HP inbord engine (around 500 hours)
1 fuel tank PVC 55L
New propeller installed in 2009
Speed motor 6,5 knots

Cutter rigging

New rigging remplaced 5 years ago, removable shroud
RANDA mainsail (2009)
2 gennakers (2010)
Fore-staysail (2010)
Genoa (2009)
Total area of the sail 49m2
Handicap/CVL 12.0/4.6

Ground tackle

Electric windlass 1000W
Main anchor: BRUCE anchor 25kg + 30m chain
Secondary anchor: 1 DANFORTH anchor 25 kg + 230m chain
1 UMBRELLA anchor 25kg + 10m chain


Hard PVC freshwater tank 80L
2 burners gas stove and oven (3 bottles of gas 5 kg)
Sink with electric pump for freshwater + manual pump for sea salt
WAECO Coolmatic CB36 fridge, front opening, extern engine 12V
Bridge shower in the back with electric pump for freshwater
JABSCO manual marin toilet
Fan 12V


All the electrical system has been remade in 2009
A battery service (2012)
Inverter: 1 x 12V/220V – 600 W
1 charger
KYOCERA solar panels: 2 x 175W (2012)
AIR BREEZE 400 wind generator (2011)
SONY radio-CD player

Electronics and navigation tools

GARMIN GPS portable
RAYMARINE soundeur (2010)
Anemometer (doesn't work, probably because of a bad contact in the masthead)
FURUNO Navtex (2010)
FURUNO M1623 radar (console only)
RAYMARINE ST 6000 auto pilot (2010)


SOLAS hard-bottom annex 2,4m, slattered inflatable keel
ARIMAR hard-bottom annex 1,8m, slattered inflatable keel
JOHNSON EVINRUDE 3,4HP outbord engine (old modele and only 10 hours)
YAMAHA 2,5HP outbord engine (2012)


1 survival offshore (expired in May 2013)
1 electric block pump manually controlled from the electrical board


1 speed regulator, type equivalent to the PACIFIC PLUS
1 welding plant
1 hand compas
Cushions cockpit 2011

Last bottom paint: 2012
The boat is actually dry.

Works needed

Batteries to remplace
The sail (GV, genoa and fore-staysail) need to be repaired (but can be used in the state just for a time)

Main Strenght

Sailboat really maneuver and practical, fast compared to the others class's boat. It holds perfectly the sea even in bad weather.
The LOMBARDINI engine is compact, light and the technology is ultra modern. His consumption is low. It is considered like the best engine in the world according to the test benches
of several magazines.
The wind generator and the solar panels produce the necessary energy for all electrical needs.
The preference speed of the boat is on the wind where he expresses his performance.

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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