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Petit Prince 12.5
(12,50 m) - 1990

Layout :

  • Length : 12,50 m (40' 11")
  • Beam: 3.96 m
  • Draught: 1.90 m
  • Material: Steel
  • Rigging: Ketch
  • Engine: Perkins 4108 50 HP

French flag. Import tax paid.

Based in French Polynesia

Price : 7 M XPF / 58 660 €

Very well equipped for life on board and round-the-world cruising, with plenty of storage space.

Sailboat launched in New Caledonia ("nouméatisé") and French Polynesia ("papeetisé").

Interior fittings :

Interior fittings

  • 8 berths
  • Double forward cabin
  • Large galley in port passageway
  • Single cabin in starboard passageway used as workshop
  • Large chart table to port with storage space
  • Large saloon (sleeps 8 at table), with three berths (double bed to port, single bed to starboard)
  • Bathroom with electric WC
  • Large aft double cabin with plenty of storage space

Listing :


Petit prince 12.5 , Subrero design, built in 1990 and launched in 1992.
Steel ketch with a fully shooped hull.


Perkins 4108 50 HP engine (6000h)
Maintenance: oil change every 50 hours, fresh water rinse at each outlet, new Volvo cable gland (2022), new alternator (2023), new silentblocks (2022), engine and shaft alignment (2022), injection pump and injector rebuilt (sent to France in 2023)
Hurthz HBW 250 reversing valve
Three-way valve to run the engine on fresh water
Three-bladed propeller
650 L Diesel in keel
50 L Daily load tank

Ketch rigging

New standing rigging (2022)
Mainsail (2010, good condition)
Genoa (2010 in good condition)
Mizzen (2015 good condition)
Boom staysail
Storm jib and yankee on forestay (dyneema - 2022)
New Facnor furler (2022)
4 Harken cockpit winches

Ground tackle

Windlass Lofrans 1200W (2016) with 12mm sprocket (new 10mm sprocket spare)
Main anchor: 32kg Delta anchor, 60m 12mm chain (good condition)
Secondary anchor: 25kg FOB anchor


2 Fresh water tanks of 250 L, total 500 L
2-Burner cooker and oven
Sink with large basin, sea water at sink
12 V Gas fridge
Electric WC


4 AGM batteries 100 Ah, total 400 Ah (2021)
Engine battery 105 Ah (2021)
2 Fixed 100W solar panels, 1 foldable 150W solar panel, total 350W
Victron 50 Ah battery charger (2023)
600W pure sine converter
MPPT regulator
Wind generator 6
Battery coupler
2 12 V Switchboards with Victron Energy battery controller
12 V Sockets and 220 V circuit throughout the boat
Led lighting

Electronics and navigation instruments

Raymarine on Seatalk NG network (2022/23)
Raymarine chartplotter 2018 + navionics south pacific charts (updated 2023)
Raymarine ST7000 pilot
2 Portable GPS
Raymarine Depth Sounder
Raymarine Anemometer
Raymarine windvane
Microtalk system with wireless remote control
1 Ray53 marine VHF with integrated GPS
1 Portable VHF
1 Fixed VHF ICOM M56
AIS Camino
Furuno SSB with whip antenna and pactor 3 modem
Inmarsat satellite telephone
External antenna for Iridium GO installed


Seasafe 6 person liferaft (2014, last revised 2022)
Epirb beacon
Ocean signal distress beacon (2022)
10 Life jackets
2 Harnesses
Safety case (various lights)
2 Electric bilge pumps
1 Manual bilge pump


Dinghy Zodiac 2.8m (2015)
Outboard Suzuki 6 CV 4T (2015)


2 Outdoor comfort seats and numerous cushions
Hull passageways above the waterline
Lots of tools, screws and spare parts (engines, pumps, fittings, plumbing, electricity, etc.)
Mast chair
Fishing equipment
Numerous ropes and hawsers (including 2 anti-cyclonic 50m hawsers)

Last bottom paint: June 2022 -3 coats of primer + 2 coats of antifouling

Work to be carried out

Bottom paint
Replacement of an aft cabin window
Replace the coachroof
Replace lazy-bag

Main strengths

A safe, solid yacht with a new rig.
Numerous refits in 2022-2023 with invoices to back them up.

Last modified : 24/10/2023


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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