Based in French Polynesia
1 cabin, 3 berths, 1 WC
Boat well-equipped to live in board
Seabreeze 35 polyester drop-keel built in 1964 by Allied Boat Company Inc. (USA), according to the Seabreeze 35 plan designed by Mac Lear and Harris. A legendary boat with timeless elegance, providing an incomparable pleasure to steer. Build to face the oceans alone, it will turn heads at anchorages.
This boat belonged to a Franco-American, getting older, he decided, before returning to the Metropolis, to cross the ocean, alone, to discover Polynesia. He arrived in Taravao where I bought him "Breeze" a year ago. Well-equipped to live on board. Fairing and painting done in 2016.
Engine: Yanmar 2 cylinders 20 HP, quite new (less than 400 hours) ; draining carried out 6 months ago by the harbor nautical garage), consumes little (on average 2.5L/h)
Fuel tank: 121L
Main sail in perfect condition
Fore-stay sail and spinnaker never used
More than 100m chain of 8, in very good condition, and spotted every 5m and 10m
Conventional sanitary with manual pump evacuation
Cooker in stainless steel gas: an oven and two fires (new) + 2 security gas
The boat is totally autonomous energy
4 solar panels
Aerogen Wind Turbine 6
3 batteries, 2 of services and 1 motor (adjustable according to need; switch)
12 V, 110 V provided by rectifier and 220 V for small equipment (computer, printer, etc.).
GPS (one fixed and two mobile)
Depth sounder and speedometer (outside and repeater inside)
Fixed VHF and two mobile
Raymarine pilot on steering wheel
Top of the line self-steering vane
Surch and rescue transponder
Safety harnesses + lifeline
DIY kit complete: drill, sanders, jigsaw, grinder, welding machine, wrenches, screwdriver, pliers
Stock for electricity and plumbing
Consumables: engine filters, GO, oil, pump, seals ...
A pleasent and beautiful sailboat, willing to navigate in excellent conditions.
The drift is weighted, rotates on one axis and the movement is controlled by a sheet
Last modified : 05/06/2018
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.