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Description English German Spanish French Dutch Italian Russian Swedish Norwegian Danish Polish Greek Turkish

English English
Fixtures & Cabin Layout:
Aft cabin, Bow cabin, Salon

Pantry:
Oven, Grill, Cooler, Refrigerator, Gas hob

Technology:
Anchor, Shore power 230V, Solar battery charger
House Batteries: 3x 120 Ah Engine Batteries: 2x 90 Ah Solar panels: 2x 60W + 2x55W

Navigation:
Autopilot, GPS, Compass, Radar, Sumlog, Wind instruments

Safety:
Gas alarm, navigation lights, Fog horn
-Life Bouys -Floating light -Floating line -Drogue -Radar reflector -Bosuns chair

Sails:
Aluminum boom, Head Sail, Main sail battens, Winches
Symmetric spinnaker (150m²) + snuffer Yankee (40m²) Running Rigging: 2002

Awnings & covers:
Main sail cloth, Foresail cloth

Accessories:
Anchor chain, Water maker, Tender, Deck hatch, Mooring line, Radio, Anti-fouling, Water heater, other extras
Dinghy: Wetline (2002) inflatable

Description:
Designed by the well know French Designer Eric LeRouge and built in France, she is a comfortable live aboard and easy to sail with her masthead cutter rig. Her slim hulls with smaller bridgedeck and curved wet deck means she is "long legged" with very little bridgedeck slamming. A unique feature only found on LeRouge designs is the curved structural forebeam/walk way joining the bows, which makes anchoring and rigging a bridle a snap. She has a fantastic deep and very secure cockpit with good views over the bridgedeck. Her deck gear is heavy duty with large self tailing main winches, curved main sail track running almost the length of the boat. A commodious boat with the locker space to go with the size - ideal for her designed purpose of long distance cruising and living aboard. Her current owner purchased her in 2001 from a French family who had lived and sailed her from France to the Caribbean. The boat has made at least four Atlantic crossings, coming back from Martinique to the UK - hitting 20 knots in some very brisk trade wind sailing. Sailed mainly in the Solent, then craned out for cosmetic work. The aim was to convert one of the forward doubles into an owners heads and shower. After updating instruments, replacing perspex, stripping out the interior and also resolving an engine problem, there followed a number of years of being unable to continue with intended improvements. She is now for sale and looking for a owner who can carry on the refit and put her back in the water where she belongs. Outstanding works include relining, repainting, re-rigging, re-installing woodwork and joinery and commissioning. Much of the expensive work is done but there does need to be an investment in time to get her ready to sail again.

German German
Ausstattung:
Achterkajüte, Bugkabine, Salon

Pantry:
Backofen, Grill, Kühlbox, Kühlschrank, Kochfeld Gas

Technik:
Anker, Landanschluss 230 Volt, Solaranlage zum Batterieladen
Batterien: 3x 120 Ah Batteriesn Motor: 2x 90 Ah Solar Panele: 2x 60W + 2x55W

Nautik:
Autopilot, GPS, Kompass, Radar, Sumlog, Windmessanlage

Sicherheit:
Gaswarngerät, Navigationslichter, Nebelhorn
-Rettungsbojen -Schwimmlicht -Schwimmleine -Schleppanker -Radarreflektor -Bootsmannsstuhl

Segel:
Alubaum, Fock, Lattengrosssegel, Winschen
Symmetrischer Spinnaker (150m²) + Bergeschlauch Yankee (40m²) Laufendes Gut: 2002

Persenninge:
Grosssegelpersenning, Vorsegelpersenning

Zubehör:
Ankerkette, Aufbereitungsanlage f. Seewasser, Beiboot, Decksluke, Festmacher, Radio, Unterwasseranstrich, Warmwasseranlage, weitere Extras
Dinghy: Wetline (2002) aufblasbar

Beschreibung:
Das in Frankreich gebaute Schiff, entworfen von dem bekannten Designer Eric LeRouge, bietet ein komfortables Leben an Bord und ist mit seiner Kuttertakelung leicht zu segeln. Seine schlanken Rümpfe und das schmale Brückendeck geben ihr mit ihrem kurvigen Außendeck ein elegantes und einzigartiges Aussehen, wie es für LeRouge- Designs typisch ist. Sie hat ein tiefes und sehr sicheres Cockpit mit einer guten Sicht über das Brückendeck. Die Deckausrüstung ist hochbeanspruchbar mit ihren selbstholenden Winschen und der Großschotleitschiene, die fast über die volständige Länge des Bootes läuft. Ein geräumiges Boot, das aufgrund seiner Größe viel Lagerrraum bietet- ideal für Langfahrten und ein Leben auf dem Boot.

Spanish Spanish
Equipamiento y división:
Cabina para 8 personas, Cabina de proa, Salón

Despensa:
Horno, Asador, Nevera portátil, Nevera, Hornillo de gas

Técnica:
Ancla, Conexión del país 230 voltios, Instalación solar para cargar baterías
House Batteries: 3x 120 Ah Engine Batteries: 2x 90 Ah Solar panels: 2x 60W + 2x55W

Navegación:
Piloto automático, GPS, Compás, Radar, Corredera electrica, Instalación de medición del viento

Seguridad:
Alarma de gas, Luces de navegación, Claxon para niebla


Vela:
mástil de aluminio, Vela trinquete, Vela mayor con sables, Chigre
Symmetric spinnaker (150m²) + snuffer Yankee (40m²) Running Rigging: 2002

Toldos y lonas:
Lona para vela mayor, Lona para vela trinquete

Accesorios:
Cadena del ancla, Instalación de tratamiento de agua de mar, Batel, Escotilla de cubierta, Dispositivo de amarre, Radio, Pintura submarina, Calentador de agua, Otros extras
Dinghy: Wetline (2002) inflatable

Descripción:
Designed by the well know French Designer Eric LeRouge and built in France, she is a comfortable live aboard and easy to sail with her masthead cutter rig. Her slim hulls with smaller bridgedeck and curved wet deck means she is "long legged" with very little bridgedeck slamming. A unique feature only found on LeRouge designs is the curved structural forebeam/walk way joining the bows, which makes anchoring and rigging a bridle a snap. She has a fantastic deep and very secure cockpit with good views over the bridgedeck. Her deck gear is heavy duty with large self tailing main winches, curved main sail track running almost the length of the boat. A commodious boat with the locker space to go with the size - ideal for her designed purpose of long distance cruising and living aboard. Her current owner purchased her in 2001 from a French family who had lived and sailed her from France to the Caribbean. The boat has made at least four Atlantic crossings, coming back from Martinique to the UK - hitting 20 knots in some very brisk trade wind sailing. Sailed mainly in the Solent, then craned out for cosmetic work. The aim was to convert one of the forward doubles into an owners heads and shower. After updating instruments, replacing perspex, stripping out the interior and also resolving an engine problem, there followed a number of years of being unable to continue with intended improvements. She is now for sale and looking for a owner who can carry on the refit and put her back in the water where she belongs. Outstanding works include relining, repainting, re-rigging, re-installing woodwork and joinery and commissioning. Much of the expensive work is done but there does need to be an investment in time to get her ready to sail again.

French French
Équipement & disposition :
Cabine arrière, Cabine avant, Salon

Pantry:
Four, Grill, Glacière, Réfrigérateur, Plaque de cuisson au gaz

Technique:
Ancre, Prise de quai 230 volt, Installation solaire pour le chargement de batterie
House Batteries: 3x 120 Ah Engine Batteries: 2x 90 Ah Solar panels: 2x 60W + 2x55W

Navigation:
Pilote automatique, GPS, Compas, Radar, Sumlog, Anémogirouette

Sécurité:
Appareil détecteur de gaz, Feux de navigation, Corne de brume


Voile:
Mât alu, Misaine, Grand-voile lattée, Treuils
Symmetric spinnaker (150m²) + snuffer Yankee (40m²) Running Rigging: 2002

Bâches & tauds:
Taud de grand-voile, Taud de voile avant

Accessoires:
Chaîne d'ancre, Dispositif de traitement d'eau de mer, Canot, Hublot de pont, Bitte d’amarrage, Radio, Peinture sous-marine, Système eau chaude, Options supplémentaires
Dinghy: Wetline (2002) inflatable

Description:
Designed by the well know French Designer Eric LeRouge and built in France, she is a comfortable live aboard and easy to sail with her masthead cutter rig. Her slim hulls with smaller bridgedeck and curved wet deck means she is "long legged" with very little bridgedeck slamming. A unique feature only found on LeRouge designs is the curved structural forebeam/walk way joining the bows, which makes anchoring and rigging a bridle a snap. She has a fantastic deep and very secure cockpit with good views over the bridgedeck. Her deck gear is heavy duty with large self tailing main winches, curved main sail track running almost the length of the boat. A commodious boat with the locker space to go with the size - ideal for her designed purpose of long distance cruising and living aboard. Her current owner purchased her in 2001 from a French family who had lived and sailed her from France to the Caribbean. The boat has made at least four Atlantic crossings, coming back from Martinique to the UK - hitting 20 knots in some very brisk trade wind sailing. Sailed mainly in the Solent, then craned out for cosmetic work. The aim was to convert one of the forward doubles into an owners heads and shower. After updating instruments, replacing perspex, stripping out the interior and also resolving an engine problem, there followed a number of years of being unable to continue with intended improvements. She is now for sale and looking for a owner who can carry on the refit and put her back in the water where she belongs. Outstanding works include relining, repainting, re-rigging, re-installing woodwork and joinery and commissioning. Much of the expensive work is done but there does need to be an investment in time to get her ready to sail again.

Dutch Dutch
Uitrusting en indeling:
Achterkajuit, Voorkajuit, SalonKombuis:
Oven, Grilloven, Koelbox, Koelkast, Kooktoestel op gasTechniek:
Anker, Walaansluiting 230 V, Zonnepaneel voor het opladen accu's
House Batteries: 3x 120 Ah Engine Batteries: 2x 90 Ah Solar panels: 2x 60W + 2x55W

Navigatie:
Automatische stuurinrichting, GPS, Kompas, Radar, Somlog, Windmeter

Veiligheid:
Gasdetectie-alarm, Navigatieverlichting, Misthoorn


Zeil:
Aluminium mast, Fok, Doorgelat grootzeil, Lieren
Symmetric spinnaker (150m²) + snuffer Yankee (40m²) Running Rigging: 2002

Dekzeilen en kappen:
Grootzeilhuik, Genuahuik

Toebehoren:
Ankerketting, Zoetwatermaker, Bijboot, Dekluik, Landvasten, Radio, Onderwaterverf, Warmwaterinstallatie, Verdere extra's
Dinghy: Wetline (2002) inflatable

Beschrijving:
Designed by the well know French Designer Eric LeRouge and built in France, she is a comfortable live aboard and easy to sail with her masthead cutter rig. Her slim hulls with smaller bridgedeck and curved wet deck means she is "long legged" with very little bridgedeck slamming. A unique feature only found on LeRouge designs is the curved structural forebeam/walk way joining the bows, which makes anchoring and rigging a bridle a snap. She has a fantastic deep and very secure cockpit with good views over the bridgedeck. Her deck gear is heavy duty with large self tailing main winches, curved main sail track running almost the length of the boat. A commodious boat with the locker space to go with the size - ideal for her designed purpose of long distance cruising and living aboard. Her current owner purchased her in 2001 from a French family who had lived and sailed her from France to the Caribbean. The boat has made at least four Atlantic crossings, coming back from Martinique to the UK - hitting 20 knots in some very brisk trade wind sailing. Sailed mainly in the Solent, then craned out for cosmetic work. The aim was to convert one of the forward doubles into an owners heads and shower. After updating instruments, replacing perspex, stripping out the interior and also resolving an engine problem, there followed a number of years of being unable to continue with intended improvements. She is now for sale and looking for a owner who can carry on the refit and put her back in the water where she belongs. Outstanding works include relining, repainting, re-rigging, re-installing woodwork and joinery and commissioning. Much of the expensive work is done but there does need to be an investment in time to get her ready to sail again.

Italian Italian
Installazioni e ripartizione:
Cabine di poppa, Cabina di prua, Salone

Cambusa:
Forno, Grill, Borsa frigo, Frigorifero, Piano di cottura a gas

Tecnica:
Ancora, Collegamento alla terraferma 230 V, Impianto solare per caricare le batterie
House Batteries: 3x 120 Ah Engine Batteries: 2x 90 Ah Solar panels: 2x 60W + 2x55W

Navigazione:
Pilota automatico, GPS, Bussola, Radar, Sumlog, Anemometro

Sicurezza:
Segnalatore antigas, Luci per la navigazione, Sirena da nebbia


Vela:
Bboma in alluminio, Vela di straglio, Serrette della vela mæstra, Verricelli
Symmetric spinnaker (150m²) + snuffer Yankee (40m²) Running Rigging: 2002

Teloni e incerate:
Capottina vela mæstra, Capottina vela di prora

Accessori:
Catena dell’ancora, Centrale di miscelazione per acqua marina, Scialuppa, Boccaporto sul ponte, Cima d’ormeggio, Radio, Vernice sottomarina, Impianto acqua calda, Altri optional
Dinghy: Wetline (2002) inflatable

Descrizione:
Designed by the well know French Designer Eric LeRouge and built in France, she is a comfortable live aboard and easy to sail with her masthead cutter rig. Her slim hulls with smaller bridgedeck and curved wet deck means she is "long legged" with very little bridgedeck slamming. A unique feature only found on LeRouge designs is the curved structural forebeam/walk way joining the bows, which makes anchoring and rigging a bridle a snap. She has a fantastic deep and very secure cockpit with good views over the bridgedeck. Her deck gear is heavy duty with large self tailing main winches, curved main sail track running almost the length of the boat. A commodious boat with the locker space to go with the size - ideal for her designed purpose of long distance cruising and living aboard. Her current owner purchased her in 2001 from a French family who had lived and sailed her from France to the Caribbean. The boat has made at least four Atlantic crossings, coming back from Martinique to the UK - hitting 20 knots in some very brisk trade wind sailing. Sailed mainly in the Solent, then craned out for cosmetic work. The aim was to convert one of the forward doubles into an owners heads and shower. After updating instruments, replacing perspex, stripping out the interior and also resolving an engine problem, there followed a number of years of being unable to continue with intended improvements. She is now for sale and looking for a owner who can carry on the refit and put her back in the water where she belongs. Outstanding works include relining, repainting, re-rigging, re-installing woodwork and joinery and commissioning. Much of the expensive work is done but there does need to be an investment in time to get her ready to sail again.

Russian Russian
обстановка и обшивка:
кормовая каюта, носовая кабина, салон

буфетная:
духовка, гриль, холодильная коробка, холодильник, газовая плита

техника:
якорь, вывод для подключения к береговому электроснабжению 230 Вт, солнечная панель для зарядки батареи
House Batteries: 3x 120 Ah Engine Batteries: 2x 90 Ah Solar panels: 2x 60W + 2x55W

навигация:
автопилот, навигационная система GPS, компас, радар, суммирующий лаг, анемометр

надежность:
детектор газа, навигационные огни, сигнальный гудок, используемый во время тумана


парусное судно:
алюминевый гик, фок, рейка грота, Лебедки
Symmetric spinnaker (150m²) + snuffer Yankee (40m²) Running Rigging: 2002

брезентовые покрышки и чехлы:
брезентовый чехол для грота, брезентовый чехол для форселя

аксессуары:
цепь для якоря, очиститель морской воды, посыльное судно, люк на палубе, швартов, радио, покрытие средством от биологического обрастания корпуса, водонагреватель, дальнейшие дополнения
Dinghy: Wetline (2002) inflatable

описание:
Designed by the well know French Designer Eric LeRouge and built in France, she is a comfortable live aboard and easy to sail with her masthead cutter rig. Her slim hulls with smaller bridgedeck and curved wet deck means she is "long legged" with very little bridgedeck slamming. A unique feature only found on LeRouge designs is the curved structural forebeam/walk way joining the bows, which makes anchoring and rigging a bridle a snap. She has a fantastic deep and very secure cockpit with good views over the bridgedeck. Her deck gear is heavy duty with large self tailing main winches, curved main sail track running almost the length of the boat. A commodious boat with the locker space to go with the size - ideal for her designed purpose of long distance cruising and living aboard. Her current owner purchased her in 2001 from a French family who had lived and sailed her from France to the Caribbean. The boat has made at least four Atlantic crossings, coming back from Martinique to the UK - hitting 20 knots in some very brisk trade wind sailing. Sailed mainly in the Solent, then craned out for cosmetic work. The aim was to convert one of the forward doubles into an owners heads and shower. After updating instruments, replacing perspex, stripping out the interior and also resolving an engine problem, there followed a number of years of being unable to continue with intended improvements. She is now for sale and looking for a owner who can carry on the refit and put her back in the water where she belongs. Outstanding works include relining, repainting, re-rigging, re-installing woodwork and joinery and commissioning. Much of the expensive work is done but there does need to be an investment in time to get her ready to sail again.

Swedish Swedish
Utförande & indelning:
Akterkajuta, Bogkabin, Salong

Pentry:
Grill, Grill, Kylbox, Kylskåp, Gas-kokhäll

Teknik:
Ankare, Landanslutning 230 volt, Solaranläggning för batteriladdning
House Batteries: 3x 120 Ah Engine Batteries: 2x 90 Ah Solar panels: 2x 60W + 2x55W

Navigation:
Autopilot, GPS, Kompass, Radar, Sumlog, Vindmätare

Säkerhet:
Gasvarnare, Navigationsljus, Mistlur


Segel:
Aluminiumbom, Fock, Storsegel med lattor, Vinschar
Symmetric spinnaker (150m²) + snuffer Yankee (40m²) Running Rigging: 2002

Planer & presenningar:
Storsegelpresenning, Presenning för försegelTillbehör:
Ankarkätting, Tillberedningsanläggning för havsvatten, Jolle, Däckslucka, Förtöjningsända, Radio, Målning under vattenytan, Varmvattenanläggning, Ytterligare tillbehör
Dinghy: Wetline (2002) inflatable Beskrivning:
Designed by the well know French Designer Eric LeRouge and built in France, she is a comfortable live aboard and easy to sail with her masthead cutter rig. Her slim hulls with smaller bridgedeck and curved wet deck means she is "long legged" with very little bridgedeck slamming. A unique feature only found on LeRouge designs is the curved structural forebeam/walk way joining the bows, which makes anchoring and rigging a bridle a snap. She has a fantastic deep and very secure cockpit with good views over the bridgedeck. Her deck gear is heavy duty with large self tailing main winches, curved main sail track running almost the length of the boat. A commodious boat with the locker space to go with the size - ideal for her designed purpose of long distance cruising and living aboard. Her current owner purchased her in 2001 from a French family who had lived and sailed her from France to the Caribbean. The boat has made at least four Atlantic crossings, coming back from Martinique to the UK - hitting 20 knots in some very brisk trade wind sailing. Sailed mainly in the Solent, then craned out for cosmetic work. The aim was to convert one of the forward doubles into an owners heads and shower. After updating instruments, replacing perspex, stripping out the interior and also resolving an engine problem, there followed a number of years of being unable to continue with intended improvements. She is now for sale and looking for a owner who can carry on the refit and put her back in the water where she belongs. Outstanding works include relining, repainting, re-rigging, re-installing woodwork and joinery and commissioning. Much of the expensive work is done but there does need to be an investment in time to get her ready to sail again.

Norwegian Norwegian
Utrustning og oppdeling:
Akterkabin, Baugkabin, Salong

Pantry:
Stekeovn, Grill, Kjøleboks, Kjøleskap, Kokeapparat, gass

Teknikk:
Anker, Landstrøm 230 Volt, Solcellepanel for batterilading
House Batteries: 3x 120 Ah Engine Batteries: 2x 90 Ah Solar panels: 2x 60W + 2x55W

Navigasjon:
Autopilot, GPS, Kompass, Radar, Sumlogg, Vindmåler

Sikkerhet:
Gassvarsler, Navigasjonslys, Tåkelur


Seil:
Aluminiumsbom, Fokk, Fullspilet storseil, Vinsjer
Symmetric spinnaker (150m²) + snuffer Yankee (40m²) Running Rigging: 2002

Planer & presenninger:
Storseilpresenning, Forseilpresenning

Tilbehør:
Ankerkjetting, Avsaltingsanlegg for sjøvann, Lettbåt, Dekksluke, Kryssholt, Radio, Bunnstoff, Vamtvannsanlegg, Annet ekstrautstyr
Dinghy: Wetline (2002) inflatable

Beskrivelse:
Designed by the well know French Designer Eric LeRouge and built in France, she is a comfortable live aboard and easy to sail with her masthead cutter rig. Her slim hulls with smaller bridgedeck and curved wet deck means she is "long legged" with very little bridgedeck slamming. A unique feature only found on LeRouge designs is the curved structural forebeam/walk way joining the bows, which makes anchoring and rigging a bridle a snap. She has a fantastic deep and very secure cockpit with good views over the bridgedeck. Her deck gear is heavy duty with large self tailing main winches, curved main sail track running almost the length of the boat. A commodious boat with the locker space to go with the size - ideal for her designed purpose of long distance cruising and living aboard. Her current owner purchased her in 2001 from a French family who had lived and sailed her from France to the Caribbean. The boat has made at least four Atlantic crossings, coming back from Martinique to the UK - hitting 20 knots in some very brisk trade wind sailing. Sailed mainly in the Solent, then craned out for cosmetic work. The aim was to convert one of the forward doubles into an owners heads and shower. After updating instruments, replacing perspex, stripping out the interior and also resolving an engine problem, there followed a number of years of being unable to continue with intended improvements. She is now for sale and looking for a owner who can carry on the refit and put her back in the water where she belongs. Outstanding works include relining, repainting, re-rigging, re-installing woodwork and joinery and commissioning. Much of the expensive work is done but there does need to be an investment in time to get her ready to sail again.

Danish Danish
Udførelse og skillerum:
Agterkahyt, Bovkabine, Salon

Kabys:
Bageovn, Grill, Køleboks, Køleskab, Gaskomfur

Teknik:
Anker, Landtilslutning 230 volt, Solaranlæg til batteriopladning
House Batteries: 3x 120 Ah Engine Batteries: 2x 90 Ah Solar panels: 2x 60W + 2x55W

Navigation:
Autopilot, GPS, Kompas, Radar, Sumlog, Vindmålingsanlæg

Sikkerhed:
Gasalarm, Navigationslys, Tågehorn


Sejl:
Aluminiumsbom, Fok, Fuldspilet storsejl, Vinsjer
Symmetric spinnaker (150m²) + snuffer Yankee (40m²) Running Rigging: 2002

Sejlduge & presenninger:
Storsejlpresenning, Forsejlpresenning

Tilbehør:
Ankerkæde, Behandlingsanlæg for saltvand, Jolle, Dækluge, Fæstning, Radio, Bundmalingslag, Varmtvandsanlæg, Yderligere ekstraudstyr
Dinghy: Wetline (2002) inflatable

Beskrivelse:
Designed by the well know French Designer Eric LeRouge and built in France, she is a comfortable live aboard and easy to sail with her masthead cutter rig. Her slim hulls with smaller bridgedeck and curved wet deck means she is "long legged" with very little bridgedeck slamming. A unique feature only found on LeRouge designs is the curved structural forebeam/walk way joining the bows, which makes anchoring and rigging a bridle a snap. She has a fantastic deep and very secure cockpit with good views over the bridgedeck. Her deck gear is heavy duty with large self tailing main winches, curved main sail track running almost the length of the boat. A commodious boat with the locker space to go with the size - ideal for her designed purpose of long distance cruising and living aboard. Her current owner purchased her in 2001 from a French family who had lived and sailed her from France to the Caribbean. The boat has made at least four Atlantic crossings, coming back from Martinique to the UK - hitting 20 knots in some very brisk trade wind sailing. Sailed mainly in the Solent, then craned out for cosmetic work. The aim was to convert one of the forward doubles into an owners heads and shower. After updating instruments, replacing perspex, stripping out the interior and also resolving an engine problem, there followed a number of years of being unable to continue with intended improvements. She is now for sale and looking for a owner who can carry on the refit and put her back in the water where she belongs. Outstanding works include relining, repainting, re-rigging, re-installing woodwork and joinery and commissioning. Much of the expensive work is done but there does need to be an investment in time to get her ready to sail again.

Polish Polish
Osprzet i rozmieszczenie:
Kajuta rufowa, Kabina dziobowa, Salon

Szafa na prowiant:
piec, Grill, Pojemnik chlodzacy, Lodówka, Kuchenka gazowa

Technika:
Kotwica, Uziemienie 230 V, System ladowania akumulatorów energia sloneczna
House Batteries: 3x 120 Ah Engine Batteries: 2x 90 Ah Solar panels: 2x 60W + 2x55W

Nawigacja:
Pilot automatyczny, GPS, Kompas, Radar, Sumlog, Urzadzenie pomiaru wiatru

Bezpieczenstwo:
Wykrywacz gazu, Lampy nawigacyjne, Róg mglowy


Zagiel:
Aluminiowy bom, Fok, Grot listwowy, Kabestany
Symmetric spinnaker (150m²) + snuffer Yankee (40m²) Running Rigging: 2002

Plandeki i brezenty:
Main sail cloth, Brezent grota

Akcesoria:
Lancuch kotwiczny, Pluczka wody morskiej, Ponton, Luk pokladowy, Cuma, Radio, Powleczenie podwodne, Urzadzenie cieplej wody, inne dodatki
Dinghy: Wetline (2002) inflatable

Opis:
Designed by the well know French Designer Eric LeRouge and built in France, she is a comfortable live aboard and easy to sail with her masthead cutter rig. Her slim hulls with smaller bridgedeck and curved wet deck means she is "long legged" with very little bridgedeck slamming. A unique feature only found on LeRouge designs is the curved structural forebeam/walk way joining the bows, which makes anchoring and rigging a bridle a snap. She has a fantastic deep and very secure cockpit with good views over the bridgedeck. Her deck gear is heavy duty with large self tailing main winches, curved main sail track running almost the length of the boat. A commodious boat with the locker space to go with the size - ideal for her designed purpose of long distance cruising and living aboard. Her current owner purchased her in 2001 from a French family who had lived and sailed her from France to the Caribbean. The boat has made at least four Atlantic crossings, coming back from Martinique to the UK - hitting 20 knots in some very brisk trade wind sailing. Sailed mainly in the Solent, then craned out for cosmetic work. The aim was to convert one of the forward doubles into an owners heads and shower. After updating instruments, replacing perspex, stripping out the interior and also resolving an engine problem, there followed a number of years of being unable to continue with intended improvements. She is now for sale and looking for a owner who can carry on the refit and put her back in the water where she belongs. Outstanding works include relining, repainting, re-rigging, re-installing woodwork and joinery and commissioning. Much of the expensive work is done but there does need to be an investment in time to get her ready to sail again.

Greek Greek
Έπιπλα και τμηματοποίηση:
καμπίνα πρυμιός, Καμπίνα πλώρης, Σαλόνι

Κελάρι:
Φούρνος, σχάρα, Παγονιέρα, Ψυγείο, ταψί αερίου

Τεχνολογία:
Άγκυρα, Σύνδεση γείωσης 230 volt, Ηλιακός εξοπλισμός για φόρτιση μπαταρίας
House Batteries: 3x 120 Ah Engine Batteries: 2x 90 Ah Solar panels: 2x 60W + 2x55W

Πλοήγηση:
Αυτόματος πιλότος, GPS, Πυξίδα, Ραντάρ, Sumlog, Σύστημα μέτρησης ανέμου

Ασφάλεια:
συναγερμός αερίου, φώτα πλοήγησης, κόρνα ομίχλης


Ιστία:
αλουμινένια δοκός, προΐστιο, Σανίδες μαΐστρας, Εργάτες (άγκυρας)
Symmetric spinnaker (150m²) + snuffer Yankee (40m²) Running Rigging: 2002

Χάρτες και καλύμματα:
Πανί μαΐστρας, Πανί προϊστίου

Πρόσθετα εξαρτήματα:
αλυσίδα άγκυρας, Εργοστάσιο επεξεργασίας θαλασσινού νερού, βάρκα σωσίβιο, Φινιστρίνι καταστρώματος, Παλαμάρι, Ραδιόφωνο, Υποθαλάσσια βαφή, Εξοπλισμός θερμού νερού, λοιπά έξτρα
Dinghy: Wetline (2002) inflatable

Περιγραφή:
Designed by the well know French Designer Eric LeRouge and built in France, she is a comfortable live aboard and easy to sail with her masthead cutter rig. Her slim hulls with smaller bridgedeck and curved wet deck means she is "long legged" with very little bridgedeck slamming. A unique feature only found on LeRouge designs is the curved structural forebeam/walk way joining the bows, which makes anchoring and rigging a bridle a snap. She has a fantastic deep and very secure cockpit with good views over the bridgedeck. Her deck gear is heavy duty with large self tailing main winches, curved main sail track running almost the length of the boat. A commodious boat with the locker space to go with the size - ideal for her designed purpose of long distance cruising and living aboard. Her current owner purchased her in 2001 from a French family who had lived and sailed her from France to the Caribbean. The boat has made at least four Atlantic crossings, coming back from Martinique to the UK - hitting 20 knots in some very brisk trade wind sailing. Sailed mainly in the Solent, then craned out for cosmetic work. The aim was to convert one of the forward doubles into an owners heads and shower. After updating instruments, replacing perspex, stripping out the interior and also resolving an engine problem, there followed a number of years of being unable to continue with intended improvements. She is now for sale and looking for a owner who can carry on the refit and put her back in the water where she belongs. Outstanding works include relining, repainting, re-rigging, re-installing woodwork and joinery and commissioning. Much of the expensive work is done but there does need to be an investment in time to get her ready to sail again.

Turkish Turkish
Esya & Donanim:
Kiç kabin, Pruva kabini, Salon

Kiler:
Firinli ocak, Firin izgarasi, Portatif sogutucu, Buzluk, Gaz ocagi

Teknoloji:
Demir, Sahilden elektrik beslemesi, 230 volt, Günes enerjili akü sarj cihazi
House Batteries: 3x 120 Ah Engine Batteries: 2x 90 Ah Solar panels: 2x 60W + 2x55W

Seyir:
Otomatik dümen, GPS, Pusula, Radar, Sumlog, Anemometre sistemi

Güvenlik:
Gaz alarmi, Seyir fenerleri, Sis düdügü


Yelken:
Alüminyum bumba, Ön yelken, Ana yelken tirizleri, Vinçler
Symmetric spinnaker (150m²) + snuffer Yankee (40m²) Running Rigging: 2002

Haritalar & tente:
Ana yelken bezi, Ön yelken bezi

Aksesuarlar:
Demir zinciri, Deniz suyu isleme tesisi, Sisme bot, Güverte lumbuzu, Palamar, Telsiz, Karina boyasi, Sicak su donanimi, Diger ekstralar
Dinghy: Wetline (2002) inflatable

Özellikler:
Designed by the well know French Designer Eric LeRouge and built in France, she is a comfortable live aboard and easy to sail with her masthead cutter rig. Her slim hulls with smaller bridgedeck and curved wet deck means she is "long legged" with very little bridgedeck slamming. A unique feature only found on LeRouge designs is the curved structural forebeam/walk way joining the bows, which makes anchoring and rigging a bridle a snap. She has a fantastic deep and very secure cockpit with good views over the bridgedeck. Her deck gear is heavy duty with large self tailing main winches, curved main sail track running almost the length of the boat. A commodious boat with the locker space to go with the size - ideal for her designed purpose of long distance cruising and living aboard. Her current owner purchased her in 2001 from a French family who had lived and sailed her from France to the Caribbean. The boat has made at least four Atlantic crossings, coming back from Martinique to the UK - hitting 20 knots in some very brisk trade wind sailing. Sailed mainly in the Solent, then craned out for cosmetic work. The aim was to convert one of the forward doubles into an owners heads and shower. After updating instruments, replacing perspex, stripping out the interior and also resolving an engine problem, there followed a number of years of being unable to continue with intended improvements. She is now for sale and looking for a owner who can carry on the refit and put her back in the water where she belongs. Outstanding works include relining, repainting, re-rigging, re-installing woodwork and joinery and commissioning. Much of the expensive work is done but there does need to be an investment in time to get her ready to sail again.
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