Duty paid in French Polynesia
Based in French Polynesia
Wharram in aluminum with cabin and inner wheelhouse. Robust and marine.
Outside cabin (aluminum structure, fiberglass / epoxy)
Wharram Narai Mark 4, aluminum catamaran, built in South Africa (Richards Bay) in 1996, according to James Wharram plans.
The boat was built by Walter Lanigon, hulls and deck in aluminum, with longitudinal stringers and transverse frame.
Her first owner sailed from South Africa to New Zealand via Malaysia, Indonesia, Australia, ...
The catamaran was bought in 2003 by her current owner in New Zealand. He sailed to Polynesia where he sails 5-6 months per year (Leeward Islands, Tuamotu ...).
The vessel is registered in New Zealand.
Yamaha outboard engine 9.9 HP 4 stroke, 2005 (300 hours)
Fuel tank: 160 liters
Standing rigging changed to half in 2005 and half in 2008
All sails were made by Northsail (thick Dacron) and are regularly serviced.
Mainsail with cover
Spinnaker (too small)
Electric windlass Nilsson
Main anchor gear: 1 CQR anchor + 30 meters chain + 30 meters rope
Secondary anchor gear: 1 CQR + 20 meters chain + rope
Fresh water: 800 liters
Double sink, pressurized water
2 burner gas stove
Water heater (gas)
Radio CD, USB
1 service battery November 2015: 225 Ah AGM, sealed, maintenance free
1 engine battery November 2015: 180 CCA, sealed
1 Battery for the windlass November 2015: 300 CCA, sealed
Solar panels: 3*53 Wp = 159 Wp (2 are installed)
Generator 1 KVA 4 stroke
2 inverters 12 V / 220 V 2000 W and 600 W
Sounder Fishing Hummbird M12
Autopilot Simrad TP 32 (2009)
SSB Icom M700
New aluminium bottom 3m dinghy with inflatables pontoons
15 HP outboard engine Yamaha (2007)
Liferaft (to be serviced)
Refit in 2012
New side covers
Last bottom paint: November 2015
Atypical catamaran, robust and marine. Inner wheelhouse.
Last modified : 22/08/2017
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.