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Nouanni Garcia
(14,30 m) - 1987/2002

Layout :

  • Length : 14,30 m (46' 10")
  • Max. beam: 4.35m (14'3'')
  • Draft: 1.10m / 2.60m (3'7'' / 8'6'')
  • Displacement loaded for navigation: 15/16 metric tons
  • Material: aluminium
  • Rigging: cutter
  • Engine: 75HP YANMAR

Arriving soon in France.

Price : 20,3 M XPF / 170 000 €

Full centerboard aluminium sailboat from the famous Garcia shipyard. Sturdy and reliable.

Ideally fits every kind of blue water sailing.

This boat is ready to sail, without any further expense. The owner is open to deliver everywhere.

Interior fittings :

Sleeps: 4

  • 2 fore cabins
  • Bathroom
  • Spacious saloon under the cockpit
  • Galley on starboard
  • Chart table on port
  • Workshop with fixed desk and storages

Listing :


Full centerboard aluminium sailboat, NOUANNI type, built after plans by Philippe Harlé, renowned for his great experience of long range navigations boats.
Hull built by the GARCIA shipyard 1987, which the current owner bought bare, with the deck built and the hatches set.
From 1987 to 2002 the inside was fit after the owner's plan, with the collaboration of different shipyards and craftmen. The boat was designed to favor a friendly living space.
Life at sea mainly takes place in the main cabin aft of the mast and the saloon settees.
From 2002 to 2009, the boat sails in Atlantic, Gallicia – Spain, Portugal, Ireland.
From 2009 until today, blue water sailing, Atlantic and Pacific.


YANMAR 75HP, changed in 2014 in New-Zealand (400hours)
Gasoil tank: 450L (119 US gal.)

Cutter rigging

MARECHAL mast, 16 m (52'6''), 2001
Standing rigging from DOYLE, NZ, changed in 2014
Running rigging in good condition
Full-battened tri-radial mainsail, DYNEMA NORTH, NZ, 2015
Yankee of hydranet, VOILE SYSTEME, 2009, on PROFURL furler
Staysail of hydranet, VOILE SYSTEME, 2009, on FACNOR furler
Gennaker of nylon, VOILE SYSTEME, 2009, on storer, bow sprit
Asymmetrical spinnaker of nylon, VOILE SYSTEME, 2009, tacked on sprit, sock

Ground tackle

LOFRANS electric windlass 1200W
SPADE anchor 30kg (66 lbs)
Anchors: SPADE 20kg (44 lbs), FOB 30kg (66 lbs), aluminium FOB 7kg (15 lbs)
80m (262') of 10mm (3/8'')chain, 2014
20m (65') of 10mm chain, never used
50m (164') of lead weight rope for aft anchorage with light anchor


Fresh water: 400L (105 US gal) tank
ECHO TECH watermaker, 50L per hour, 12V, consumption 35Amp, new engine and pump (2015)
Double sink
Pressurized fresh water, hot and cold, in the galley, the bathroom, and the scoop
Pressurized sea water in the galley, the toilets, the scoop, and the anchor chest
4-burners ROZIERE gas stove + oven, 2 x 13kg gas bottles in the anchor chest
Hot water bottle: 30L (engine and 220V)
SFA macerating toilet
Freezer with DANFOSS 80 - 12V compressor (December 2015)
Front-opening fridge: 60L - 12V
EBERPASCHER heating system, on hot water, water radiator in saloon and owner cabin, air fan deck


Watertight service batteries: 7 x 110Amp (2014)
Engine battery: 1 x 80Ah (2009)
OCTOFAX consumption manager, for real time consumption and total charge/discharge
Engine alternators: 1 x 75Amp connected to the engine battery + 1 x 130Amp connected to the service batteries
MASTERVOLT bipolar electric panel, refit in 2012
570 W through two solar panels groups with 2 MPPT controllers
MASTERVOLT 800W inverter (2009)
FISHER PANDA 4,5 kW generator in acoustical cocoon box (2500 hours)

Electronics and navigation tools

NKE central with loch/sounder/anemometer
NKE autopilot with LECOMBLE and SCHMIT drive, 2 calculating heads, 2 gyropilots, MOB remote control
Board PC, L3 ROM arranged, consumption 8 W, 15'' LED screen, 12V
ICOM MA-500TR AIS transceiver with display
ICOM IC-M801E SSB with PACTOR 3 modem
VION electronic barometer


CARIBE 280 dinghy, with fore locker and bench, revised 2014, SUNBRELLA cover
YAMAHA Enduro 15HP 2 strokes outboard engine (2011)
HONDA 2.4 HP 4 strokes outboard engine

Safety equipment

1st category gear
PLASTIMO liferaft, 2003, serviced in 2015 in NZ (vacuum fold in new case), in transom locker
Tracking beacon with built-in GPS, boat tracking on Whatusea
GLOBAL FIX ACR built-in GPS distress beacon
Bilge pumps: automatic ones (under the engine, mast foot and heads) + manual ones (cockpit and mast foot)


SUNBRELLA dodger and all-over cockpit bimini
Workshop with extended tools equipment, including electro-portable tools (6 machines)
Spare parts for engine, generator, various pumps, windlass relay...
Sets of ss bolts and nuts, hardware, drugs, paints...
Diving equipment, new bottle and regulator of 2009

Last bottom paint: April 2015
Works planned for May 2016: hull striping and epoxy cover remake

Main strengths

Continuous care and maintenance have been made by the owner since the launching and since he left France in 2009. Important works were lead during 4 months in New Zealand in 2014, including replacement of the hatches (except front of the roof), complete painting of the deck with non-skid, setting of new solar panels, pitching up the sun power capacity to 570 W, allowing extended self-sufficiency on mooring (including cooling and one hour of water-maker a day).
The boat is ready to sail blue-water, without any further expense.

Last modified : 15/02/2018


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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