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(10,60 m) - 1998

Layout :

  • Length : 10,60 m (34' 9")
  • Beam: 19 ft 2 in (5.85 m)
  • Draft: 3 ft 1 in (0,95 m)
  • Displacement: 4.5 tons
  • Headroom: 6 ft 2 in (1.80 m)
  • Material: Fiberglass
  • Engines: 2*18 HP YANMAR

Tax paid in French Polynesia.

Based in French Polynesia

Price : 11 M XPF / 92 000 €

Small but sturdy catamaran! Very well maintained.

Perfect for cabotage in Polynesia. 3 double cabins.

Interior fittings :

Sleeps 6 - 3 double cabins

Starboard hull

  • Double aft cabin
  • Double forward cabin
  • Forward: Storage Space or single cabin

Port hull

  • Double forward cabin
  • Forward: Storage Space or single cabin
  • Head, aft: basin, toilet and shower in the middle


  • Saloon and chart table on port
  • Galley to starboard
  • Large cockpit with fixed table

Listing :


Catamaran, TOBAGO 35, built in 1998 by Fountaine Pajot (France) - designer: Joubert-Nivelt Design.
Until 2005, she belongs to a charter company in the Caribbean (Martinique).
The previous owner bought her in 2011, prepared the boat for ocean navigation and sailed up to French Polynesia.
Bought July 2015 by a couple who changes many things new. Electric circuit remade.
Bought by the current owner in December 2017, he made a great job revising and making the boat more "fresh", to live aboard and sail a lot between Tahiti and short trips in the islands (Moorea, Tuamotus, Bora Bora, Tetiaroa, etc.).
A change of plan pushes him to sell.


2 x 18HP YANMAR (1998) diesel engines
Revisions: December 2016, revision and engine cleaning August 2017
January 2018: all piping changed (exhaust, cooling systems), intercoolers remade (dismounting, cleaning, painting, resurfacing),
raw water pump revised (seals, impellers, bearings changed), + complete over-haul and cleaning of the bilges.
Currently injection pumps dismounted, revised, waiting for the new injection noses to be mounted back.
Port: 4884 hours / Starboard: 4672 hours
Transmission: saildrives
160L (42 US gal.) ss tank, cleaned in 2011

Sloop rigging

Standing rigging : entirely changed in february 2018
stay 8mm, backstay 8mm, bobstay
Forestay and shrouds replaced in 2011
Battened mainsail (2008, very good condition) with new lazy bag (2016) and lazy jacks
Genoa (2008, very good condition) on Profurl furler - UV protection 2012
Running rigging changed in 2018
Mainsail's pulley changed in 2018


Electric windlass Goiot 1000 W, with remote control
Anchors: 2 anchors "plates" + 1 CQR anchor
60 meters of 10mm chain (new, 2014)


Fresh water: 2 stainless steel tanks of 200 liters and 250 liters, for a total of 450 liters
3-burners stove and oven
Front loading refrigerator, 12V, remade clean, wiring and storage
Ss sink
Hot water on engine
Gas: 13kg bottle


3 house batteries new (2016)
2 engine batteries new (2016)
New watertight casing for the batteries
2 solar panels: 125 W + 150 W, i.e. 275 Wc on frame
Aerogen 6 wind generator + controller (2011)
Wiring and boxes remade
Dock battery charger 12V, 15 Ah (2014)
Power Inverter 1000 W


GPS: FURUNO GP32 (2011) at chart table
New autopilot (2016)
Chart plotter: RAYMARINE A50 (2010) outside at helm
Wind vane / anemometer: Raymarine ST60 + (2011)
Log / sounder / speed: Raymarine ST60 + (2011)
VHF: ICOM ICM411 (2011)
Handheld VHF COBRA MRHH330, waterproof and floating
Radar: FURUNO (2008)
PIONEER radio/CD player, outside and inside speakers ROCKFORD changed in december 2017


New dinghy MERCURY (dec. 2017)
Outboard engine (new): 4HP MERCURY

Safety equipment

6 personns liferaft, new (2016) PLASTIMO
EPIRB Kannad 406 Mhz GPS (2011)
Flare gun
Bilge pump (in each hull)


Helm station chair upholstery new (2016)
New lazybag (2016)
New lifelines + net (2016)
New trampoline ordered (April 2017)
Bimini, fabric changed in 2013
Cockpit cushions (2011)
Spare parts, hardware and tools
Survey report of septembre 2014, all points treated

Last fairing: August 2017
Last bottom paint: August 2016, to change the escape doors and the water-maker thru-hull.
August 2016 survey report available on demand.

Main strengths

Sailboat simple and very pleasant to live.
Light and easy to manoeuver, even single-handed, ideal for Polynesia.

Last modified : 04/09/2018


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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