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Outremer 50 Light
(15,30 m) - 2002

Layout :

  • Length : 15,30 m (50' 1")
  • Beam: 7.20m (23'7")
  • Draft: 1.05m / 2.30m (3'5" / 7'6") retractable dagger-board
  • Headroom: 1.90m (6'3")
  • Displacment: 24250 lb
  • Rigging: Sloop
  • Engines: YANMAR 2 x 39HP

Tax not paid for French Polynesia.

Based in French Polynesia

Price : 41,65 M XPF / 349 000 €

Fast, light and spacious catamaran, well maintained, ready to continue the trip.

New mast and boom (2009).

Interior fittings :

Sleeps: 8

Owner hull on starboard

  • Length double aft cabin with slatted bed base and wardrobe
  • Heads with shower and electric toilet (+ washing machine and storages)
  • Double cabin fore removable into desk

Port hull

  • Doubl aft cabins
  • Heads in the middle with shower
  • Double fore cabins


  • Large saloon with removable table
  • Equipped galley
  • Chart table (perpendicular to the way)
  • Large cockpit with table and helm station (with hydraulic steering wheel)
  • Large sail locker in fore peak on port
  • 2 larges trunks on aft platforme

Listing :


Fiberglass catamaran, Outremer 50 Light type, built in 2002 by Outremer shipyard (in La Grande Motte - France), designed by Gérard DANSON. Launched in 2003. Owner layout. Current owners purchased her in 2013 and are going back to the shipyard to make a significant refit by the Outremer technicians. 6 months later they leave for the great journey. They sail to Mediterranean, Atlantic, West Indies, Panama and Polynesia...Catamaran Outremer 50 Light arrived in French Polynesia in march 2017.


YANMAR 3JH3E engine: 2 x 39 HP (2200 hours)
Diesel tanks: 2 x 220L, 440L in total (2 x 58.11 US Gal, 116.2 US Gal in total)
Saildrive SD40
2 FLEXOFOLD propellers
2 soundproof engine rooms (with aft platforme access)
2 centrifuges (2011)
(major refit: paint, rockers, saildrive joints)

Sloop rigging

Aluminium SPARCRAFT mast and boom (2009) (2m more than original)
Trilam full-battened gaffsail mainsail, 3 reefs, lazy jack + lazy bag (2009)
Hydranet self-tacking solent (2013)
Code 0 on furler (2009)
Symmetrical spinnaker with sock (2009)
DYNEEMA halyards
DYFORM standing rigging
6 winches, HARKEN carts

Ground tackle

LOFRANS TIGER electric windlass 1200W (serviced in 2016)
Main anchorage: SPADE anchor 27 kg + 80m of 10mm chain (2013)
Secondary anchorage: COBRA anchor 16 kg + 30m of 10mm chain (2013)
DELTA spare anchor 27 kg
Ropes: 30m + 2 x 20m + 2 x 15m + 2 x 10m


Fresh water tank: 2 x 180L, 360L in total ( 2 x 47.5 US Gal, 95.10 US Gal in total)
Pressurized fresh water
Plastic double sink
Foot pump
4-burners gas stove + oven (gas)
ISOTHERM 100L fridge
Deep freezer on 12V (2015- removable into fridge)
Heater in each cabin + saloon
Hot water: Ss tank 50L on 220V + engine
AQUABASE 60L/ hour fresh water maker (2009)
Deshumidifier 110V
Washing machine on 220V


Engine batteries: 2 x 90Amp (2016)
Houses batteries ( lithium) : 2 x 600Amp, 1200A in total (2009)
AEROGENE 6 wind turbine (maintenance and rolling 2016)
Solar panels: 2 x 195Wc + 1 x 100Wc (2016) + 3 x 90Wc (2002) with MPPT inverter
MASTERVOLT charger - inverter: 2500W
Electric system remade in 2009


RAYMARINE ST 60 navigation center : auto pilot / sounder / anemometer (3 control panels at helm station)
RAYMARINE ST 70 (spare navigation center), control panel at helm station (LECOMBLE et SCHMITT cylinder)
FURUNO GP32 GPS (at chart table)
AIS transceiver
FURUNO NAVNET (radar - GPS - sounder) with 15' display at chart table
TV set + DVD
FUSION radio CD player (+ 4 speakers)


Aluminium bottom HIGHT FIELD 3.40 m (2014)
HONDA 20 HP 4 strokes outboard


BOMBARD 8 peoples life raft (2013)
IOR buoy
8 life jackets
Offshore gear


Sun covers (cocpkit + roof)
Mosquito nets for each port holes
Lazy bag 2009
Sponge saddlery cover

Works done:
Sanding hull (8 months drying + epoxy undercoat)

Last modified : 04/01/2018


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.

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