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(12,14 m) - 1987 - VENTE EN COURS

Layout :

  • Length : 12,14 m (39' 9")
  • Hull length : 11,24 m (36'9")
  • Beam : 3,50 m (11'5")
  • Draft : up 0,80 m (2'6")) / low 1,90 m (6'2")
  • Displacement (loaded) : 8 tons
  • Material : Fiberglass
  • Rigging : Cutter
  • Engine : Yanmar 30 HP

French flag. Taxes paid for French Polynesia.

Based in French Polynesia

Price : 2,5 M XPF / 21 000 €

Fiberglass centerboarder, easy to sail single-handed.

Recent sails.

Ideal for a first sailboat.

Interior fittings :

7 sleeps - 1 double cabin

  • Double cabin aft + washbasin
  • V-berth for (2 people)
  • Removable saloon table (2 people)
  • Toilet, sink and shower
  • Chart table
  • Engine room workshop accessed by the cockpit and companion-way
  • Large cockpit lockers

Listing :

Building and history

Centerboard in fiberglass-balsa honeycomb reinforced (8*8*2 cm) with resin deck between each plate, loaded with silica and fiberglass, connected to the outer and inner skins (4 cm at the bottom and 2 cm at the edge) fiberglass and fiber. 35 mm hull made on female mold - anti-laminating.
Built by the previous owner in France from the designs of Trismus 37 by Van God and Brouns. Work began in 1982 and she was launched in 1987 for a circum navigation.
The sailboat has been sailing in Polynesia since 1999.


Central daggerboard in hydro plywood, weighted with lead pellets, liftable by winch
Aft daggerboard in hydro plywood, manually liftable


Yanmar 3GM30 engine (2004)
Complete overhaul in 2013, 600 hrs since
160 liter diesel tank, manual pump supplying a 20 L load tank

Cutter rigging

13.70m aluminum mast with double spreaders rig
Oversized standing rigging redone in 2016: 10 mm forestay, cap shroud, inter, low shroud 8 mm
Facnor forestay and genoa furler (2007)
Staysail forestay 8 mm
Main sail (2015)
Furling genoa (2010)
Storm-jib, staysail, Big boy, and light genoa: on snap hooks

Ground tackle

Lofrans manual windlass
Main anchor: HP FOB 30 kg flat anchor (2010) + 35 m of 10 mm chain + 25 m rope
Secondary anchor: 20 kg CQR anchor + 10 m of 10 mm chain
A 50 kg flat anchor for cyclonic mooring


Fresh water: 4 fiberglass tanks coated with food gelcoat, total 400 L
Two stainless steel sinks with 2 freshwater and seawater foot pumps
ENO Grand large 2-burner gas stove and oven - stainless steel
45 liter fridge, DANFOS BD 35F 12V compressor, flat evaporator
Lavac toilet
Washbasin in the aft cabin with foot pump
Indoor shower and deck shower with water pump
CD radio player with speakers


2 * 100 Ah house batteries (lead, maintenance-free), i.e. 200 Ah (2017)
1 * 90 Ah Victron Energy engine battery (2017)
3 solar panels of 90 W each with MPPT regulator (2014)
1 solar panel, 60 W, on the aft gantry
Aérogen 4 wind generator (bearings to be reviewed)
55 A engine alternator
200 W 12 V / 220 V converter
Fixed battery charger
4TB12 charge controller
Load distributor (2 inputs - 3 outputs)

Electronic and navigation instruments

Navicom RT 311 hand-held VHF
SIMRAD TP32 autopilot
Iridium phone
Radio Océan 731 log
Autohelm compass
Plastimo autonomous mast anemometer (cockpit)
2 Sounders: 1 LOWRANCE (chart table) + 1 RAYTHEON (cockpit)
Mer Veille radar detector


New inflatable Zodiac dinghy (2019)
SUZUKI 5 HP outboard engine (2018)


ARIES self-steering vane
Stainless steel swimming ladder

Last bottom paint: January 2017
Anti-osmosis treatment 2013 + hull and deck paint 2013

Works carried out in 2013

Anti-osmosis treatment
Replacement of valves and through-hull fittings
Change of stern tube
Hull and deck paint
Engine overhaul
Seawater pump overhaul (2019)

Main strengths

Easy to handle solo, offshore sailboat.
A large aft platform allows you to dive, access the dinghy, fish at anchor, take a shower ...
Small draft allowing to anchor on sandbanks near islets, reefs or beaches.
Ideal sailboat for Polynesia, its moorings and offshore cruising.
Boat delivered with kayak, paddle, snorkeling and fishing equipment.

Last modified : 26/04/2020


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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