Broker Polynesia - Sailing and motor boats

Fiji - Nouméa - Raiatea - Tahiti - Panama

Direct access to a boat

Sailing boats

Ketch ferrociment
(14,50 m) - 1978

Layout :

  • Length : 14,50 m (47' 6")
  • Beam: 3,96 m (13')
  • Draft: 1,85 m (6'06")
  • Headroom: 1,90 m à 2,30 m (6'23" to 7'54")
  • Displacement: 15 tonnes (33069 lb)
  • Material: ferrocement
  • Engine:VOLVO 50 HP

Tax paid for French Polynesia.

Based in French Polynesia

Price : 5,4 M XPF / 45 000 €

Ferrocement ketch, comfortable, family friendly and safe.

Numerous storage and lockers, large spaces for living.

Ideal for blue water sailing and live aboard.

Interior fittings :

5 to 8 sleeps

  • Large double cabin fore with double bed and 1 single bed
  • Very large cabin aft with a double bed
  • Large saloon with 2 single berths
  • L-shape galley on port
  • Bathroom with toilet and shower on starboard
  • Chart table on starboard
  • Passage way to access aft on starboard
  • Safe central cockpit

Listing :


Ketch rigging yacht, ferrocement custom built in 1978 by an asoociation of professionals.
Hull thickness: 18 mm, deck: 12 mm
Monobloc building after experimented study of the adjuvants and agregates granulometry.
Inside and outside hull coat in epoxy.
Inside arrangements were entirely remade in 2007.
Since her building, she made numerous family sails in the Mediterranean, the West Indies, Central America, south America and up to Polynesia.


VOLVO MD22 50HP (2003) - 1200hrs
2 Diesel tank: 200 L + 100L (52.83 US gal + 26.41 US gal) (5 x 24h non stop)
Injection pump was recalibrated in 2016
Injectors were re-set (2017)
New fuel pump and water pump (2016)
Waterlock changed in 2016
­Silent blocs changed in 2016
­Engine paint remade in 2016
Timing belt changed in 2013

Ketch rigging

Standing rigging changed in 1997
3 reefs full-batten mainsail, 2007
New mainsail lazy bag, 2017
Genoa on furler, 2007, anti-UV band remade in 2017
Hanked on Code Zero, on bow-sprit, very large
Full-battened mizzen sail (2007)
Hanked on stormjib, new
Staysail on boom
Hanked on yankee hanked, on bow sprit
The bow-sprit was remade new in 2016 of Balau wood

Ground tackle

Electrics windlass: LOFRANS CAYMAN 1000W
Main anchorage: 33kg ROCNA anchor + 60 m of 12 mm + 60 m mooring rope
Secondary anchorage: 2 CQR + FORTRESS anchors (20kg and 25kg) + 2 x 50 m mooring rope


Fresh water: 400L fiberglass tank under the saloon settie
Pressurized fresh water + foot pump sea water at the galley sink
2 burners stove + oven
2 x 13 kg gas bottles
ISOTHERM fridge 12V with DANFOSS compressor
Manual toilet
Many storage


Houses batteries: 3 x 115 Ah AGM (2016)
Engine battery: 110Ah (2016)
Windlass battery: 110 Ah (2017)
Engine alternator
3 solar panel: 1 x 80Wc + 2 x 125Wc
12/220V 300W VICTRON inverter with 220V circuit in the boat
SDMO 2000 W generator, new 2016


GARMIN Fishfinder sounder
AUTOHELM 5000 autopilot (electric jack)
SSB (transceiver)
Mer Veille detector
ASMER BEAUFORT HERCULE windpilot with rudder
INTEL new laptop (2016), Navigatrix software with whole world charts
LG new rotating screen (2017)


Hard-bottom HIGHFIELD rib, 2016, one repair, with Sunbrella cover
MERCURY 15 HP 2 strokes outboard engine in very good condition


First category approval
2 extinghuisers
CO detector
Distress beacon
Life raft
MOB pole


Very large Sunbrella cover for the cockpit and deck, strapped on the boom, new 2017
Cockpit remade new in 2016 of ipé wood
Many works made in the last 2 years.
Recent engine with very good maintenance.

Last bottom paint: December 2016

Executed works this 2 last years:

Careening: anti-fouling paint + hull paint + anodes
New Bow sprit and balcony
New teak cockpit and coaming
Renovation of deck panels for waterproofing
Renovation of toilet and bathroom
Fiber glass fresh water tank achievement
Renovation of Gunwale deck-hull
Purchasing of new Highfield dinghy
Purchasing of Yanmaha genset
Creation of tailor-made cockpit cover, lazy-bag and dinghy cover
Engine totaly removed : 4 silent-block changed, engine painting, power system rehabilitation, cooling block cleaning, reverser joints changed, shaft alignment, diesel tank cleaning, new filters, recalibration of injection pump, new waterlock.

Main strengths

Family and comfortable ferrocement sailing boat
Very well maintained, well-equipped, ideal for blue water sailing and live on board
Many storages, great habitability, central safety cocpkit

Last modified : 12/01/2018


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.

Back to sailing boats