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Trismus 40 Alu
(12,00 m) - 1979

Layout :

  • Length : 12,00 m (39' 4")
  • Beam : 3.65m (12')
  • Draft: 1.05m to 2.32m (3'4" to 10'9")
  • Material: Aluminium
  • Rigging:Sloop
  • Light displacement: 7.6t (16.755lbs)
  • Engine: PERKINS 4018 50HP (original) (5400hrs)

Tax paid for Noumea

Based in New Caledonia


Price : 6 M XPF / 50 000 €

Easy to sail, possibility of grounding on clog

Aft platform


Interior fittings :

6 sleeps

  • Double berth fore
  • Large U-shaped saloon with folding table
  • U-shaped galley on port
  • Large double cabin aft on port
  • Bathroom (shower + toilet) on starboard
  • Chart table on starboard
  • Desk between chart table and saloon

Listing :

Building

Aluminium (double) centerboarder TRISMUS 40 type, built in 1979 by Aluminium and Techniques shipyards (France, Isigny s/ Mer), design by Patrick Van God.
Aluminium AG4 M6. Cherry wood interior layout achieved by local craftsman from Isigny s/ Mer.
Owner version with 2 double cabins and 1 bathroom.
First owners sail durng 10 years from France to New Caledonia and live on board on a marina place. They sell her in 1991 (previous owners live on bord to).
Current owner purshased her in 1996 et sail in Vanuatu and Loyautés islands. She is now a shore.

Engine

PERKINS 4108 50HP (original) (5400hrs)
Diesel tank: 250L (66 us gal) with daily tank of 50L (13Us gal) (ANDERSON pump)
Cutlass bearing changed in 2014
Hours meter changed at 5120hrs in 2016, new one 244hrs

Sloop rigging

Battened mainsail 3 reefs (Simon Willis NZ) 27m²
LEE SAIL genoa on PROFURL furler (1987) serviced in 2004 (40m²)
Spinnaker with sock and spinnaker pole (108m²)
Storm jib
Staysail (original) with reefs
Yankee (original)
Light genoa on removable stay (45m²)
LOISE (Fr) original sails in good condition
Shrouds changed in 2002 to 2005
Black anodized aluminumISOMAT mast (12.5m) with steeps
ISOMAT boom and spinnaker pole

Ground tackle

GOIOT 309 (2 fast) manual windlass (1992)
Main anchorage: 35lbs CQR anchor + 50m of 10mm chain
Secondary anchorage: 35lbs BRITANNY anchor + 10m of 10mm chain + 35m of 24 Nylon rope
Rescue anchor: 35lbs BRITANNY anchor + 2 x 30m of 24 Nylon rope + 25m of 24 polypropylen rope
2 storm mooring lines of 18 mm (50m)

Comfort

Fresh water tank: 2 x 225L (59 Us gal) , 450L (118 Us gal in total)
Heater water: 20L (5.3Us gal) on fresh water engine circuit
Double sink with mixer tap and sea water feet pump (WHALE pump)
Fresh water feet pump + 1 electric (2014)
Showers (bathroom and cockpit) with hot water
Ss ENO 2 burners stove + oven (gas) (2006)
12V Groupe Roma 35F fridge (2013)
1 LAVAC manual toilet
TV set
Radio CD player
LED lights

Electrics

220V circuit + 12V bi polar circuit
House battery: 100Ah (2016) possible to add one more
Engine battery: 100Ah
"Sailing" battery: 100Ah (VHF auto pilot...)
Solar panels: 2 x 75 Wc, 150Wc in total with charge controller
MASTERVOLT shore power intel with socket
Inverter: 12V / 220V of 250W
Engine alternator 124Ah (2010)
Batteries controller

Electronics

NAVICOM RT-550 VHF (AIS connected to GPS)
ICOM IC M33 handheld VHF
NAVMAN sounder/ log /anemometer/ wind vane (2002)
LOWRANCE ELITE charts reader (2014), Cmap New Caledonia + Vanuatu
Magellan Spor Trak GPS (2005)
AUTOHELM ST 4000 + AUTOHELM ST 2000 autopilot

Dinghy

FAST ROLLER (ZODIAC) inflatable tender
MARINER 3.3HP outboard serviced in 2014

Miscellaneous

All charts for New Caledonia
Engine invoices on board
Covers for deck and cockpit

Safety

Life raft must be changed
2 life lines
4 life jackets (+ 2 for childrens)
1 inflatable harnesse
2 harnesses
Horseshoe buoy + light
2 wire-cutter
2 extinguishers (2014)
Flares (2014)
1 manual bilge pump + 2 electrics

Main strenght

Reliable and comfortable centerboarder.

Last modified : 24/11/2017



ATTENTION

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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