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Venezia 42 S
(12,60 m) - 1996

Layout :

  • Length : 12,60 m (41' 3")
  • Beam : 6.95 m
  • Draft: 1.20 m
  • Headroom: 2 m
  • Material: Polyester GRP
  • Engines: 2 * 28 hp Yanmar

Based in French Polynesia

Price : 19,9 M XPF / 166 800 €

Catamaran in very good condition. 4 cabins, 2 heads.

Spacious hulls and well designed accommodations.

Engines' refit 2011.

Interior fittings :

Sleeps 8 to 10

  • 4 double cabins
  • 2 heads/showers
  • Large and comfortable saloon for 10 people with a large table
  • In the saloon, the seats can be used for 1 or 2 people to sleep.
  • U-shaped galley
  • Chart Table
  • Spacious cockpit

Listing :


Polyester catamaran, VENEZIA 42, built in 1996 by Fountaine Pajot, designer: Joubert Nivelt.
Her current owners bought her in 2010 in Saint Martin in the Caribbean, and prepared her for blue water sailing. She is currently in French Polynesia.


2 inboard Yanmar 3GM SD 20 - 28 HP (7400 hours, 500hours since the refit in 2011)
Regularly maintained
Fuel tanks, capacity 100 GAL + 3 TANKS 20L + 1 TANK 40L
Cruising speed : 8

Sloop rigging

Standing rigging 2013
Many recent halyards
Z-spar anodized aluminium mast
Mainsail full battened NORTHSAILS - 3 reefs - in very good condition
Lazzy bag and lazzy jack (2012)
2 genoa NORTHSAILS: 1 old correct and 1 in very conditions, more large
Profurl furling headsail
LEWMAR winches

-2 Xfurling genoa northsails (1old correct and 1 very conditions more large)


Electric windlass Lofrans 1000 W / 12V (2011)
Chain G4 87meter (2013)
2 anchors Delta 44 lb: 1 old + 1 new (never used, 2013)
Anchor CQR 45 lb
Anchor Britany


Fresh water capacity : 160 GAL (2 tanks) + 4 jerricans 20L
Water maker 20L/hour Offshore Marine (pickled and stored with spare filters..) - new membrane, 2013
Double stainless steel sinks
Water heater Isotemp 40L
Eno 3 burner propane stove and oven
Bottles of gaz: aluminium propane bottle, 2 camping gas bottles, 1 european bottle 13 kg (4 months autonomy)
Top loading refrigerator and frozen thermo electronic IR33
1 electric toilet and 1 mechanic toilet
Holding tanks
2 heads with shower
Fans in 2 cabins


Boat is equipped for 110 V and 220 V - US and European power
8 service batteries (930A) (2012)
2 engine batteries (2012)
Inverter Prosine 1800W 12V/220V
Inverter 220V/110V
Sterling pro-digital 50A battery charger, automatic 110V/220V, input selector
Solar panels: 580 watts (2012)
Reading lights in all the boat LED (2012)
Honda generator 110V


Navigation station with Autohelm multi display
MLR Valsat 02L GPS with repeater for laptop
MATRIX AIS+ GX2150 horizon transceiver (2013) in cockpit
SCS PTC-II pro (for weather, fax and e-mail reception)
FURUNO 1722C radar 24 miles with GPS color chart plotter with many electronics charts
GPS MAP Standard horizon cockpit
Autohelm ST6000 autopilot, engine reffited (2012)
Autohelm multi
Autohelm wind
Autohelm tridata ST50
Plastimo compass
Battery charger controller
Satellite phone Iridium phone with safety box
Radio usb Ipod
2 speakers in salon/2 speakers in cockpit (2012)
TV in one cabin


Semi rigid inflatable dinghy CARIBE 11.2
25 HP outboard engine Yamaha + HONDA 2 HP

Safety equipment

Full equipment


Davits with dinghy lifting system
New matelasses in 3 cabins
Transom swim ladder
Transom fresh water shower
Trampolines, 2013
Dock lines and fenders (10)
BBQ and ice box
Aluminium scuba dive equipment

Last bottom paint : December 2012

Main strengths

Strong blue water catamaran, comfortable and fast sailer.

Last modified : 07/03/2017


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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