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  2. Eclipse 472

    Eclipse 472

    Nadi, Fiyi
    2012
    €428.484

    CARETTA HIGHLIGHTS Eclipse 472 (Or Boheme 49). Extended Transoms to 15.70m From Naval Architect Gerard Danson, who designed and founded the celebrated Outremer Catamarans. Built in France by AB Marine and heavily customised to suit unlimited world cruising GRP / Epoxy encapsulated marine ply core, with monolithic pure Epoxy hulls below the waterline Foam Epoxied into the structure of the boat, in the bilges, bows, ect to make the boat unsinkable. (The buoyancy will remain neutral even flooded) Fast and elegant with typical Outremer plumb bows and pedigree lines High bridge for comfort at sea Excellent turn of speed and upward tracking capabilities, yet without needing daggerboards. Incredibly roomy. Ideally suited to comfortable live-aboard. Equipped for unlimited world cruising and independence at sea. 3 cabins version with immense owners cabin and guests accommodation in separate hull Suited to high and low latitudes, with ducted heater, full isolation and plenty of cross ventilation. -------------------------------------- CARETTA is a superbly maintained blue-water, high-performance cruiser ready for worldwide cruising. She is a perfect choice for a couple or family looking for a well-built comfortable and proven offshore cruiser.  Caretta is a Boheme 49, also known as Eclipse 472 when professionally built by AB shipyards in France.  The design, with it pedigree lines and elegant, racy look, is pure Gerard Danson, the visionary naval architect who designed the Outremers Yachts and launched performance cruising catamarans on the forefront of the Bluewater cruising world. Caretta has only had 2 owners. The first, who had the boat built for him in 2012, spent the first 4 years of ownership designing and finishing the interior to a more refined level. In spite of her great power, this catamaran is designed to be easily handled by a couple with a focus on comfort, performance, and safety - a perfect choice for serious ocean cruisers. Combining extraordinary performance upwind and yet offering a very comfortable interior perfectly suited to long-range cruising and family live-aboard in comfort and safety, Caretta is a successful combination of Outremer Yachting attribute for speed and exhilaration, mixed with the plush comfort of a Catana or Dolphin Catamaran. Caretta is a catamaran which sits at the exact opposite spectrum to production yachts in the way that each and every component of her design and assembly was never subject to a price point, but to quality, strength and durability. Caretta is presented to you in beautiful, an extraordinary example of a design which both designer and owners should be extremely proud of. This French family specifically searched for a boat exactly like Caretta and were lucky to discover her in 2017 in France, upon her return from her second Caribbean season with her first owner. Wanting an Outremer for the turn of speed and Ocean-minded delivery, yet also needing more in terms of comfort, she was just perfect for them.  Two handed sailing with a young child over thousands of ocean miles and sometimes difficult conditions imposes stringent search criteria when deciding on a yacht. They found this and more in Caretta and if parting with their beautiful yacht is certain to be an emotional time, they can be proud to pass the flame to a new family who will certainly appreciate Caretta for the extraordinary yacht she is and in a condition that reflect the respect she inspires.  We are immensely proud to present Caretta to you and to assist you in any way we can if you think if this is the yacht you have been looking for. For a bit of info about ourselves, we are a boutique-style brokerage devoted to high quality cruising yachts and to the cruising community. Ex- cruisers ourselves we just strive to help others begin their journey on the ocean.  Our team can organise a private video viewing with you as well as have all the time in the world to answer your questions, put you in touch with the owners if you wish, assist with organising your visit, purchase, delivery home if needed, insurance, berthing, crewing, etc.  NYM has a reputation to present to the market only quality cruising yachts in beautiful, turn-key condition, but our real trademark is to work as a team with you and the sellers to ensure a seamless, transparent, and joyful experience.  (French Description): POINTS FORTS CARETTA Eclipse 472 (Ou Bohème 49). Impostes étendues à 15,70 m De l'architecte naval Gérard Danson, qui a conçu et fondé les célèbres catamarans Outremer. Construit en France par AB Marine et fortement personnalisé pour s'adapter à une croisière mondiale illimitée  Ame bois encapsulé en GRP / époxy, avec coques monolithiques en époxy pur sous la ligne de flottaison Mousse époxydée dans la structure du bateau, dans les cales, les arcs, etc. pour rendre le bateau insubmersible. (La flottabilité restera neutre même inondée) Rapide et élégant avec des arcs à plomb et des lignes de pedigree typiques d'Outremer Pont haut pour le confort en mer Excellente rotation de la vitesse et des capacités de suivi vers le haut, mais sans avoir besoin de dérives.  Incroyablement spacieux. Idéalement adapté à la vie à bord confortable. Équipé pour une croisière mondiale illimitée et une indépendance en mer.  Version 3 cabines avec immense cabine propriétaire et logement invités dans une coque séparée Adapté aux hautes et basses latitudes, avec chauffage canalisé, isolation complète et beaucoup de ventilation transversale.  ----- CARETTA est un bateau de haute performance, superbement entretenu, prêt pour la croisière dans le monde entier. Elle est un choix parfait pour un couple ou une famille à la recherche d'un croiseur offshore confortable et éprouvé bien construit. Caretta est un Boheme 49, également connu sous le nom d'Eclipse 472 lorsqu'il est construit professionnellement par les chantiers navals AB en France. Le design, avec ses lignes pures et son look élégant et racé, est du pur Gerard Danson, l'architecte naval visionnaire qui a conçu les Outremers Yachts et lancé des catamarans de croisière performants à l'avant-garde du monde de la croisière Bluewater. Caretta n'a eu que 2 propriétaires. Le premier, qui a fait construire le bateau pour lui en 2012, a passé les 4 premières années de propriété à concevoir et à finir l'intérieur à un niveau plus raffiné. Malgré sa grande puissance, ce catamaran est conçu pour être facilement manipulé par un couple en mettant l'accent sur le confort, la performance et la sécurité - un choix parfait pour les croiseurs océaniques sérieux. Combinant des performances extraordinaires au près tout en offrant un intérieur très confortable parfaitement adapté à la croisière au long cours et à la vie à bord familiale dans le confort et la sécurité, Caretta est une combinaison réussie de l'attribut Outremer Yachting pour la vitesse et l'euphorie, mélangé avec le confort moelleux d'un Catana ou Catamaran Dauphin. Caretta est un catamaran qui se situe exactement à l'opposé des yachts de production dans la mesure où chaque composant de sa conception et de son assemblage n'a jamais été soumis à un prix, mais à la qualité, à la résistance et à la durabilité. Caretta vous est présentée dans un magnifique exemple extraordinaire d'un design dont le concepteur et les propriétaires devraient être extrêmement fiers. Cette famille française cherchait spécifiquement un bateau exactement comme Caretta et a eu la chance de le découvrir en 2017 en France, au retour de sa deuxième saison caribéenne avec son premier propriétaire. Voulant un Outremer pour le virage de la vitesse et de la livraison à l'esprit océanique, mais ayant également besoin de plus en termes de confort, elle était tout simplement parfaite pour eux. La navigation à deux avec un jeune enfant sur des milliers de milles océaniques et des conditions parfois difficiles imposent des critères de recherche rigoureux lors du choix d'un yacht. Ils ont trouvé cela et plus encore à Caretta et si se séparer de leur magnifique yacht est certain d'être un moment émouvant, ils peuvent être fiers de transmettre la flamme à une nouvelle famille qui appréciera certainement Caretta pour le yacht extraordinaire qu'elle est et dans un état qui reflètent le respect qu'elle inspire. Nous sommes extrêmement fiers de vous présenter Caretta et de vous aider de toutes les manières possibles si vous pensez que c'est le yacht que vous recherchiez. Pour un peu d'informations sur nous-mêmes, nous sommes une agence de courtage de style boutique consacrée aux yachts de croisière de haute qualité et à la communauté des croisières. Anciens croisiéristes nous-mêmes, nous nous efforçons simplement d'aider les autres à commencer leur voyage sur l'océan. Notre équipe peut organiser avec vous un visionnage vidéo privé ainsi que tout le temps du monde pour répondre à vos questions, vous mettre en relation avec les propriétaires si vous le souhaitez, vous aider à organiser votre visite, achat, livraison à domicile si besoin, assurance , amarrage, équipage, etc. NYM a la réputation de ne présenter sur le marché que des yachts de croisière de qualité dans un bel état clé en main, mais notre véritable marque de fabrique est de travailler en équipe avec vous et les vendeurs pour assurer une expérience fluide, transparente et joyeuse.    

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  3. Lagoon 42 Owners Version

    Lagoon 42 Owners Version

    Nadi, Fiyi
    2016
    €549.888

    LAGOON 42 - 'EDEN': HIGHLIGHTS Immensely popular Lagoon 42, which is still in production today and fast becoming the most popular catamaran in the world. Rarely available OWNER'S VERSION with 3 cabins and 3 heads. Outstanding presentation. Would suit new boat buyer looking for fully de-bugged, outfitted and tested LAGOON 42 ideally equipped for luxury Bluewater cruising. Only two owners since new and never chartered.  Purchased from Lagoon factory with many factory upgrades to suit specific requirements for Bluewater cruising, including powerful Yanmar 57HP (instead of the regular 45HP), Code Zero & hardware, upgraded electric winches, 5.2 Kva generator, additional fridge space in the cockpit, plus much, much more... Full survey report (late September 2022) will be available on request to serious buyers. 2 x Yanmar 4JH57SD with low hours. Engines and engine room kept immaculate.  Substantial solar bank mounted on coachroof Powerful Inverter Victron Multiplus compact 12V/80A/2000W 220/240V AC and 12V throughout. Full set of sail including Code 0. Parasailor available as extra. 3 independently controlled reverse cycle air conditioning systems with temperature control pads in each cabin. Full set of B&G electronics including Zeus 2 12" plotter interfaced and shared to iPad or digital tablet with all information available at your finger tips. B&G Forward Scan perfect for cruising the South Pacific and avoiding coral or debris. Safety at sea with B&G radar, AIS, ect. Upgraded Fusion sound system / Bluetooth connection. Speakers inside and out. Recently installed 140l / h watermaker  7kg washing machine ‘Eden’ is simply a dream come true.  Must be seen to be fully appreciated! Please watch our full video tour, filmed in Fiji in September 2022 at the time of listing. All our media for this boat is dated of the day of listing and shows the vessel exactly as she is. ------------ Eden is a truly magnificent example of what is fast becoming the most sought-after catamaran in the world, the Lagoon 42. In fact, this extraordinary design is so much in demand that it is still in production today and has not been dethroned during the past 5/6 years since the VPLP team introduced it to the world 6 years ago. This boat is sure to be love at first sight for you and your family. Owned by only two owners, both desiring comfort and safety for their family as they set off for their Bluewater voyage, Eden has continuously been cherished, upgraded, maintained and always kept immaculate. Unlike many boats, which were often left unattended and stuck on various sides of the world during the Covid crisis, and which are now negatively flooding the market, Eden was with her owners at all times. This means that everything was always kept running smoothly and never left to deteriorate. Equipped to provide you with an un-matched level of comfort, whether at sea or at anchor, with her powerful solar bank, diesel generator, 2000W inverter, 140l/h watermaker, extra large cold storage capacity, 7kg washing machine, air conditioning etc. you will be hard pushed to find Eden a rival anywhere in the world.  A credit to her designer and builder as much as to her owners, the Lagoon 42 Eden has sailed two oceans with hardly a wrinkle to show for it. Immaculately presented from the tip of her bows, down to her engine rooms, She would easily pass for a 2022 model, yet comes without the de-bugging period necessary for new boats, and available turn key, ready for you to step aboard and begin making your own memories. Her German owners are currently cruising Fiji. Delivery to New Zealand or Australia can be arranged as part of a purchase agreement. Please get in touch with Anna at Nautilus Yacht Management if you have any questions. We would be delighted to assist you in any way we can! For a bit of info about Nautilus Yacht Management, we are a boutique-style brokerage devoted to high quality cruising yachts and to the cruising community since our launch in Sydney in 2011. With several offshore branches from French Polynesia to Fiji, New Zealand and Australia to assist cruisers along South Pacific route, we are here to help both sellers and buyers with the logistics involved from registration to insurance, delivery, import, survey, storage and crewing if required. Ex- cruisers ourselves we just strive to help others begin their journey on the ocean.  

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  4. Leopard 48

    Leopard 48

    NADI, Fiyi
    2013
    €637.625

    LEOPARD 48 'LIVING DAYLIGHTS': HIGHLIGHTS 4 CABINS VERSION - NEVER CHARTERED - TWO OWNERS ONLY  PREVIOUS OWNER ONLY LIGHTLY USED WITH PROFESSIONAL SKIPPER / CARETAKER TO LOOK AFTER THE BOAT YEAR AROUND ALWAYS KEPT IN IMMACULATE CONDITION AND REGULARLY UPGRADED WITH TOP OF THE RANGE EQUIPMENT CURRENT OWNERS PURCHASED IN GREECE AND FURTHER UPGRADED HER FOR ATLANTIC CROSSING AND TO COMPLY WITH STRICT ARC ENTRY REQUIREMENTS  FURTHER UPGRADED AGAIN BEFORE CARIBBEAN PASSAGE TO PANAMA AND AGAIN BEFORE PACIFIC CROSSING. ---------------------- This boat presents beautifully, has been upgraded for serious cruising between 2017 and 2022, as well as maintained in beautiful condition. The list of safety, cruising equipment, tools and spares is impressive. As per our company policy for offshore cruising vessel, Living Daylight is to be fully surveyed at the end of September by an independent Australian surveyor who will fly to Fiji especially for this purpose. The report will be available on request. Small cosmetic work needed, such as salon upholstery and bathroom mirrors which have corroded around their outer edge. Read on for the full description!   A WORD (OR TWO!) FROM THE OWNERS: "This Leopard 48 has proven to be the perfect boat and home for (all of) us as a family, allowing us to travel to remote places of the world with great comfort and with everything we need. When we first started looking, as sailing newbies we were pretty agnostic about which cat would be a better fit as we had never owned any boat before. So, we focused more on the “bones” of the boat, how it had been treated, how we’d fit, and how it would suit our needs and become our home rather than a specific model. We went to all the boat shows, looked and poked at all catamarans we could find, got properly confused, but we managed to get a feeling for what we would like and what wouldn’t be necessary. When this cat came out for sale in Greece, we specifically asked to visit and be able to talk to the owner. We did a lot of research and realized a Leopard 48 would fit the bill perfectly, as a proven, reliable, offshore cruising catamaran that sails well and looked very safe as we were going cruising with three kids. Long story short, we have never regretted the decision or been in doubt that Living Daylights was the right boat for us. Being a cruising catamaran, this 4 cabins Leopard 48 focuses on the comfort of living onboard without sacrificing solidity, good speed under sail, and easy access to all compartments. It is a 2013 boat, the first of the Leopard modern designs, which have been copied down the line for other later models.  Upon seeing it firsthand, the first things we noticed were the spacious feel, the cleanliness of the design, the huge cockpit table, room for everybody…even when one needs some alone time. Not surprisingly it’s a good sailboat, doesn’t require much wind, handles strong winds well, and is easily handled by one person alone safely from the cockpit. How safe? Get this: just before leaving I had gifted my wife with a new, all bells and whistles Goretex sailing jacket. I thought … a necessity when going at sea, right? 20,000 nautical miles later, two ocean crossings and you know how many times has she used it? Yep…you guessed it: exactly zero. Not even once. It’s still in the wardrobe, in its original cellophane, collecting dust.  Neither of us had prior significant sailing experience and that’s why we were looking for, and found, an impeccably maintained catamaran, which would carry us while we got our hands wet and learnt what was needed. Paradoxically, our lack of experience (both my wife and I come from a finance background) has influenced the way we organize and maintain our own boat, that is, we make damn sure to keep everything in top condition. We take all measures to ensure our (and our kids) safety, from safe navigation, engines that are expertly maintained, impeccable rigging, to making sure all safety equipment is certified and redundant for the passages we have taken. In deep scuba diving, a very dangerous sport, there’s a thing called the Snowball effect: “Fix the first problem fully and completely as soon as you recognize it”  We take the same approach to boat maintenance: our life and our kids depend on it. Goes without saying, we are still cruising on Living Daylights, and keeping everything in great shape. The boat will be handed over in excellent condition and turnkey ready for anyone who wants a ready to go boat life, and to enjoy the fabulous lifestyle of sailing around in your home away from home.  Living Daylights spent her first years in Greece where she saw mostly summer use and was stored in a good climate. The first owner had a skipper on payroll year around, who would take daily care of the cat and keep her, literally, in top condition. She has never been used in charter and it is obvious to everyone who visits her that she has been well taken care of - something we have been told repeatedly by other cruisers and are proud of. After 5 years the owner wanted a bigger cat, and, truly, that turned out to be our lucky day.  In May 2018 a serious refitting had been carried out, new batteries, new top-quality cushions, new fishfinder (he was, and still is an avid fisherman: we got the bug as well), and more. Late 2018 we bought it and started to add ocean cruising equipment as Living Daylights had been used in the Med only. Hence, during the following spring, as we started to prepare for the 2019 ARC to St. Lucia, we ordered and installed the Sparcraft bowsprit, new compression post, new Code 0 and new asymmetrical spinnaker by the best sailmaker in Italy (Sail Design), new blocks and jammers to handle them, new Facnor 4500 furler on the bowsprit, new Dyneema lines, significantly upgraded the solar panels, cables, Victron MPPTs, new battery monitor, new Iridium phone, new external Iridium antenna, new wind generator SilentWind Pro 400, new Electrolux 7kg washing machine, new wraparound cockpit Sunbrella enclosure, new kitchen shelves, new top of the line Plastimo lifevests with OceanSignal personal AIS transponders included for each of us. We also fully serviced both engines and saildrives, replaced the antifouling, had the rudders inspected and changed their bearings, changed the generator’s elbow, upgraded the watermaker low pressure pump, inspected, serviced and recertified the Viking Liferaft.   After an uneventful crossing (that’s how we like them), we spent the season in the Caribbean, until we got stuck in St. Martin during the Covid scare as the world closed down. We then headed south to Grenada for hurricane season and, in October 2020, hauled her out in preparation for the Pacific crossing we were planning for Spring 2021. We chose Grenada Marine as they were the official dealers for Yanmar engines and SeaRecovery watermakers: so, not only we did the usual works, filters, oil, new antifouling, Propspeed on props, we also replaced the engine-saildrive seals, had the cones lapped (it wasn’t needed, but still we preferred to do it just in case), replaced the whole anchor chain for a new one, new Mantus anchor swivel, had the watermaker professionally checked, dropped the rudders and had their steel core cleaned, new zincs, replaced the jib UV band and on and on..  There was one more very important item I wanted to tackle, something that had been bugging me for a while: a second autopilot. The original rotary drive autopilot hadn’t had any problem but, in keeping with “Redundancy, redundancy, redundancy” theme, we wanted to make extra sure we wouldn’t have any issue with it, if, for some reason, one failed. For that we headed back to St Martin, where we purchased a brand new Raymarine Ev 400 and started the laborious process of installing it, because, for extra safety, I wanted the linear drive (the piston) directly on one of the rudders, skipping the steering cables completely. A small extra fiberglass shelf was created in one engine room, and an extra arm on the rudders was welded in. The conversation with the welder went like this: “Hello, I need to install a new autopilot linear drive on a rudder and need a new arm on it” “Sure, this aluminum piece will do just fine for your needs” “Great thanks, actually, I would like something about 5x stronger than what you’re suggesting” He looked at me askance: “You don’t need it and it’s only gonna cost you more” I smiled pleasantly “Please humor me”.  And so he did. Unfortunately, French Polynesia threw a monkey wrench on our plans and closed down a few weeks before we were scheduled to leave. We then spent the dry (ah!) season in Panama, but we got out of dodge in April as lightning season started since there’s little that scares us more than lightning on a boat as we have heard too many horror stories. So, we went to Costarica, where we finally got our permission to go to French Polynesia in Spring 2022. Goes without saying, we hauled out the boat in January 2022, did all proper maintenance, engines, generator, rebedded our rubrails, winches and windlass were serviced, renovated all Sikaflex on our Tek-Dek, new antifouling, new seats for the dinghy, propellers were polished and coated with Propspeed, and pretty much everything was polished and scrubbed. As always, if it’s on the boat, it needs to work.  After spending the season enjoying the Pacific islands, it’s time to take stock: kids grow, college beckons, and priorities shift. We thought long and hard whether it makes sense to sell Living Daylights, but this cat is made for deep water sailing, not for the occasional weekend use. And so it is with a heavy heart that we have chosen to put our dear Living Daylights on the market. We hope that she will give someone else as much joy and adventure as we have had, and that the future owners will continue to take good care of her. We will do our best to make a proper handover and to answer any questions in the future. We honestly believe that whoever the next owner is, you will be very lucky." Living Daylights Family - Fiji, September 2022 --------------------------- For a bit of info about Nautilus Yacht Management, we are a boutique-style brokerage devoted to high quality cruising yachts and to the cruising community since our launch in Sydney in 2011.  With several offshore branches from French Polynesia to Fiji, New Zealand and Australia to assist cruisers along South Pacific route, we are here to help both sellers and buyers with the logistics involved from registration to insurance, delivery, import, survey, storage and crewing if required. Ex- cruisers ourselves we just strive to help others begin their journey on the ocean.  If you think Living Daylights could be exactly what you have been looking for get in touch! Our team can organize a private video viewing with you as well as have all the time in the world to answer your questions, put you in touch with the owners if you wish, assist with organising your visit, purchase, delivery home if needed, insurance, berthing, crewing, etc.   

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  6. Lagoon 380 S2

    Lagoon 380 S2

    Nadi, Fiyi
    2012
    €280.555 (Venta pendiente)

    Lagoon 380 S2 'WAPITI' HIGHLIGHTS! Truly astonishing presentation. Will suit the most discerning buyers. Owners Version of the immensely popular S2 Series with much larger owner's head area. Extensive upgrade in 2018, and again in 2022 New standing rigging in 2018. - full rig report available All new running rigging 2022 Dessalator DUO100 - 12v 100 liter per hour watermaker 1130 W solar panels in total Full set of recently upgraded cruising electronics         12V 900AH (12 Winston lithium cells) battery bank   RED BMS controlling two relays ensuring safe battery operation 3000W Victron Multipluss, charger and inverter Reliable YANMAR diesels with 30HP factory upgrade in immaculate condition. Low hours and religiously maintained. Sails in very good condition, with brand new furling Gennaker 2022 Extensive list of spares, safety equipment Pre-purchase survey (in and out of water) from Australian surveyor August 2022. Report available on request. Full video walk-through filmed at the time of listing late August 2022 Owners will deliver to Australia or New Zealand as part of a purchase agreement. ----------------------------- Awarded most  popular Lagoon model ever built , the Lagoon 380 S2 offers very good sea-going capabilities as well as generous accommodations, a large and functional cockpit and a sturdy, compact build that will withstand the test of time, is easy to maintain, and will fit in most cradle or travel lifts where much larger catamarans may need to travel far and wide to find somewhere to get their boat out of the water when needed.  'WAPITI' will suit the most discerning buyers and particularly a family looking for a truly immaculate home on the water to join our growing cruising community. It is presented in truly astonishing condition and is an ideally equipped, yet affordable world cruising catamaran. Continuously upgraded by her Norwegian owners, a young couple who are both Navy officers with valuable knowledge in the marine background, WAPITI was lavished continuous attention to details, religious maintenance of all her systems and mechanical aspects, as well as being equipped with safety, comfort and independence in mind. Read on for the full description! For more information or to organise an inspection please contact our friendly team at Nautilus Yacht Management. We would be delighted to assist you in every way and to help you make your cruising dream come true. Our agency specialises in cruising yachts and is very involved with the cruising community. We can answer all your questions regarding offshore purchase, import, registration, etc. and help you at every stage of this exciting journey!  

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  8. Dolphin 460

    Dolphin 460

    Nadi, Fiyi
    2007
    €468.272

    DOLPHIN 460 - OCEAN - HIGHLIGHTS An ideal cross between an Outremer Catamaran and a Catana, but smaller price tag. Conceived and built with strength and safety in mind for unlimited ocean travels Multiple watertight bulkheads and partitions for safety in case of collision forward or beneath the hulls. Incredibly fast in all points of wind, this catamaran will out-speed many monohulls, even up-wind. Strong construction. The hull-to-deck joint is not bolted or riveted, but is a wide flange that is glassed inside and out to reinforce rigidity and strength. Outstanding presentation throughout, immaculately maintained and continuously upgraded. Same owners since new. The owners, well-known in the international cruising and racing community, were very much involved with the designer and shipyard at the time of building this outstanding example of the Dolphin 460. 7’ 6” deep daggerboards for outstanding upwind performance and minimum leeway. Rare 2 cabin version, with two ensuites and separate showers. Adapted from an 'Owner's version' design, the forward guest cabin,forward cabin, designed and fitted out as an office, can be easily converted to a guest cabin if needed. Completely equipped for off-grid and independent live-aboard and long distance cruising with an emphasis on minimising the use of fossil fuel. Brand new SailDrive bellows and seals in 2016 Extensive engine refit in 2021; injectors & fuel pumps, alternator and starter motors, valve adjustment, heat exchangers, mixing elbows, and thermostats, front main oil seals, SailDrive internal flush.  2018: Isotherm S/S drawer-style fridges and freezer unit. 12-volt air-cooled New Lofrans Project 1500 windlass installed in  2019 on strengthened platform 2019: Strengthened forward beam connections to hulls 2021: Complete check and renewal of hydraulic steering: new cylinders, hoses, steering pump 2021: Ship’s batteries (1,260ah total) replaced Four forward Lexan cabin windows professionally replaced in 2021 2021: Replaced eleven Goiot deck hatches with Lewmar Ocean hatches, complete with thermal hatch covers to minimise tropical heat. New salon and cockpit upholstery 2021 Impressive inventory (please read on). Comes fully loaded and ready to sail on. Her owners will provide a proper hand-over with the buyers to demonstrate how everything works on board. *****Owners will deliver to NZ and improt in NZ should this be the buyer's preference. ____________    IN THE OWNERS' WORDS: "The past 15 years with OCEAN have been an amazing, rewarding journey. But now it’s time to let her go. OCEAN has taken us places we never dreamed we’d go—literally and figuratively—and we have learned so much from her, learned how to be better sailors and (we hope) more thoughtful people. If this sounds like we are giving OCEAN too much credit (she is just a boat, after all), let us explain. Before we had our catamaran, we had a dream. We’d grown up living lucky lives—great parents, a childhood spent sailing and racing, and coastal cruising with our families (Tom in Southern California, Harriet in Connecticut). By the time we were old enough to say goodbye to our corporate careers, we weren’t ready to retire from life. We wanted to give back, to help others. When we sailed through Mexico and the South Pacific on a previous boat, a 28-foot Bristol Channel Cutter named freelance, we’d seen poverty and communities that needed help. But we were unequipped to help them. Back in 2007 when we decided to leave our jobs and go cruising again, we wanted a boat that would not only be an ocean-going and liveaboard vessel but would enable us to lend a hand. At first, we weren’t sure how or where we could help. But in 2008 when we sailed our new Dolphin 460 north from the Dolphin Catamaran shipyard in Aracaju, Brazil, through the Eastern Caribbean enroute to our home port of New Bedford, Massachusetts, we found our answer. Six English-speaking countries of the Eastern Caribbean (Antigua, St. Lucia, Dominica, St. Kitts and Nevis, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, and Grenada) had longstanding child literacy problems. Children were growing up without books to read, and thus were not learning to read. Schools, drastically underfunded, were unable to turn Caribbean children into readers. Caribbean child literacy—pre-school to primary school to high school—became the focus of Hands Across the Sea, Inc., our new charity. We also named our Dolphin Hands Across the Sea, but in case you are wondering, the charity did not fund our boat; we paid for our boat, all the maintenance and equipment upgrades, and every marina berth and haul out, out of our own pocket. That was the right way to do it. The money we fundraised for Hands (the charity) went to helping Caribbean children. The years flew by. We spent every summer and fall in New England raising money and packing books in a warehouse, where they were shipped to the Caribbean on cargo vessels. Each school received exactly the books they requested in their “Wish List,” and the books were brand new, age- and content-appropriate, filling the shelves of school libraries (most of them newly-created via our Hands Library Guide). This process was costly and time-consuming, but it resulted in sustainable, top-notch libraries (other charities send used, worn-out, inappropriate books). We spent the winter months in the Eastern Caribbean, visiting and mentoring over 100 schools in the islands each season. This “work commute” meant making the 3,500-mile round trip from Massachusetts to the Eastern Caribbean 11 times. The passages were often windy and rough. Fast forward to 2021, when we co-founders (Harriet was the CEO, Tom the Marketing Director) stepped away from our charity to go bluewater cruising. We renamed the boat OCEAN, the boat underwent an extensive refit in 2021 at a leading Maine shipyard, and we set out for the Pacific We’d already sailed 40,000 miles on her, and this 12-month, 11,000-mile journey (Massachusetts-Bermuda-Puerto Rico-Panama-Galapagos-Marquesas-Society Islands-Fiji-New Zealand) would be our most ambitious yet. We left Hands, the charity, behind, having sent new amazing books to 420 libraries and reading programs, 400 pre-schools, reaching over 150,000 children. Yes, we made a difference—we will always treasure that accomplishment. But for OCEAN, it is sadly time to part with her. We have left the U.S. to start a new life in New Zealand, in the Bay of Islands, a magnet for sailors returning from the sea. OCEAN—equipped for passagemaking, a comfortable liveaboard—is too accomplished of a boat to swing on a mooring. We are searching for a new owner who will cherish and enjoy OCEAN, and keep her cruising and crossing oceans. Now here’s a look at working directly with Junior Pimenta, the owner of Dolphin Catamarans, and Philippe Pouvreau, the designer, and the yearlong process of creating OCEAN. Safety and Construction Integrity: We chose the Dolphin 460 not only for its performance under sail (with 7’ 6” daggerboards and inboard jib leads, the boat performs particularly well to windward) but for its built-in safety. Each hull has five watertight collision bulkheads and three watertight cabin sole compartments. The hull-to-deck joint is not bolted or riveted (the shortcut way to build a catamaran), but is a wide flange that is glassed inside and out. The daggerboards and trunks are extremely strongly built. Protective “breakaway” fins are bonded forward of the SailDrives for protection. In 15 years of sailing her, we have seen no flexing or deflection in the vacuum-bagged vinylester/Divinycell deck or hulls—testament to the quality of Dolphin Catamarans’ engineering and construction. Solar Powered: When we say “solar powered” we mean electrical power for daily liveaboard use. Our vision of cruising doesn’t include emitting partially-combusted diesel fuel and exhaust into the environment every day. We specified the maximum number of solar panels (1,035 watts) onto the hardtop bimini, which has powered our daily needs (refrigeration, watermaker, laptops, occasional use of appliances or power tools) while at anchor or the dock. The need to charge using the engine, usually in rainy weather, is rare. Note that in setting up our solar charging system, our “energy audit” did not include a large freezer—the downfall of many cruising boats that requires daily genset or engine use. If you “need” a big freezer, you’ll need to run a Genset every day. Sail Plan for Doublehanding: After we chartered a Dolphin 460 for a week in St. Vincent and the Grenadines and before we began creating OCEAN, we decided that the standard 150% genoa was a bit too much sail for breezy trade wind conditions. In over 15 knots of wind, the genoa is a handful to handle, and the sail reefs poorly and doesn’t perform well to windward. We asked Philippe Pouvreau if we could have a working jib (97% overlap) with a jib boom that could be vanged down to strong padeyes to remove leech twist, making the sail efficient on all points of sail. Pouvreau not only said “Yes!” immediately, he raised the mast height two feet and lengthened the main boom 1.5 feet to help compensate for lost sail area. In this and in many other areas, we were very lucky to have Junior Pimenta, Philippe Pouvreau, and the Dolphin Catamarans construction team behind us. Performance and People: he Dolphin 460 is an offshore performance cruising catamaran. OCEAN sails efficiently to windward, and jumps up easily to 8.7 to 9.0 knots under mainsail and working jib when close- and beam-reaching and further off the wind. Under screecher (called a Code 0 in North Sails lingo), usually flown with the apparent wind aft of 80 degrees (5 knots of wind) to 120+ degrees (up to 20 knots true wind speed), the boat speed jumps to a steady 9.5, with bursts to 11, 12, or 13 knots and higher. But we’ve found that the boat can “outperform the people.” Carrying too much sail, especially in boisterous sea conditions, increases the demands on the sails, rigging, and autopilot, and can give everyone on board, particularly the off-watch person, a bouncy, noisy (water rushing by the hull) ride. When it comes to reducing sail, the old monohull adage applies: you should reef when you first think of it. It’s fun to go fast, but it’s even better to go (slightly) less fast and have a far more enjoyable ride. (Sermon over!) The Dolphin 460 is a performance cat, but it will not fly a hull, capsize, or pitchpole downwind. The design parameters are moderate and commonsense in every respect. The Dolphin sails to windward well, it doesn’t bury its bows when surfing, and the freeboard is moderate, unlike ultra-high freeboard, multi-storied, high center-of-gravity charter boats (and even some performance boats). In our experience, the moderation demonstrated in OCEAN’s design and construction make her a solid, trustworthy vessel for a cruising couple or family who want to sail safely across oceans and live aboard in comfort with a minimal footprint on the environment." Tom And Harriet. July 22. Tahiti. ------------  For a bit of info about Nautilus Yacht Management, we are a boutique-style brokerage devoted to high quality cruising yachts and to the cruising community since our launch in Sydney in 2011. With several offshore branches from French Polynesia to Fiji, New Zealand and Australia to assist cruisers along South Pacific route, we are here to help both sellers and buyers with the logistics involved from registration to insurance, delivery, import, survey, storage and crewing if required. Ex- cruisers ourselves we just strive to help others begin their journey on the ocean. If Ocean has got under your skin, get in touch! Our team can organize a private video viewing with you as well as have all the time in the world to answer your questions, put you in touch with the owners if you wish, assist with organising your visit, purchase, delivery home if needed, insurance, berthing, crewing, etc.        

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  9. Knysna 500

    Knysna 500

    Tahiti, Polinesia Francesa
    2012
    €734.544 (Venta pendiente)

    KNYSNA 500 "OSA" - HIGHLIGHTS Light, quick, and robust, the Knysna 500SE is the ultimate in comfort, luxury, and performance, an international benchmark in catamaran standards. Quality craftsmanship from renowned boutique manufacturer Knysna Yacht Company – South Africa. Exquisite finish and attention to detail in every way comparable to the quality standards of a superyacht. Knysna yachts have been nominated for the 2019 & 2020 Multihull of the Year Osa is presented to rival a new Knysna 500 and equipped for luxurious cruising and independence at sea for long period of time. Fast and incredibly comfortable. Excellent upwind performance. Extremely strong and purposely built for unlimited ocean cruising in all latitudes and weather conditions.  Owners’ version with port hull entirely reserved to the owner’s private use Two guest staterooms, each with their own bathroom Reverse cycle air conditioning with independent private controls New rigging (Sparcraft) 2019 New sails in 2020. Beautiful condition. Set up for short-handed sailing with 2 electric primary winches (Harken Radial) Full set of top of the range performance cruising sails in good condition Low hours Yanmar 54HP engines just serviced. Yanmar saildrives just serviced (new seals, o’rings, new oil) Folding Gori props New 2022 Engine rooms kept immaculate. 12V and 220V electrical systems thoroughly updated in 2020-2021 including 1580W Solar Power  Top of the range Lithium Power Solution including Master Volt Lithium Ion, 310Amph Batteries x3 (total of 930Amph) Westerbeke Generator 5.7Kw   Wired to adapt to local voltage anywhere in the world with Master Volt IVET8 Isolation Transformer 120/230/240v in/out Full set of recently upgraded cruising electronics including Garmin Navigation NMEA 2000 Network, GMI 20 Autopilot New 2022, 3 X GHC 20 Display screens New 2022, New GPS 2022 Panoptix Forward Looking Sonar New 2022 Garmin Chartplotter New 2022 Schenker Modular 100 Electron Analogic Watermaker 100l / h 7kg Washing machine New 2022 Bauer Junior II dive compressor with 4 complete sets of scuba diving equipment Just antifouled September 2022 Presented turnkey and fully loaded with an impressive list of equipment, spare parts, tools, water toys etc. Full Video tour available on our Youtube Channel at Nautilus Yacht Management. Filmed in Tahiti in September 2022.  Available Now.  Can be delivered.  -------------------------------- Few boats have come our way in a quarter of a century dedicated to sailing, cruising and the cruising community, which have had the jaw dropping effect of the extraordinary 'Mama Osa'.  From her sleek but powerful lines, to the intelligence of her design, her hulls shaped to effortlessly conquer oceans and take you safely, and in utmost comfort to the furthest reaches of the world, the Knysna has, in spite of her deliberately kept small production numbers, also conquered the world of cruising with its enviable reputation. The name Knysna is known and awe-inspiring to those who have looked beyond the production lines for a boat that is not built to a price point, and where only the very best will do, from the drawing board to the final touches. Sitting at the extreme opposite to production boats, the Knysna Yacht Company only produce 3 yachts a year, each on order and customised to their buyers specific tastes. This is also why Osa is unique, and yours in every way from the moment you will be able to proudly call her yours. Meeting Osa is stepping into a different world, one without compromise.  Please read on for the full description and watch our full video tour to discover this superb ship in details. We also have a series of additional videos to send you if you wish, and which show the more technical aspects of the vessel, as well as videos of the boat on the hard just last week (12th September 2022), as she was being re-splashed a week 'at the spa'. For a bit of info about Nautilus Yacht Management, we are a boutique-style brokerage devoted to high quality cruising yachts and to the cruising community since our launch in Sydney in 2011.  With several offshore branches from French Polynesia to Fiji, New Zealand and Australia to assist cruisers along South Pacific route, we are here to help both sellers and buyers with the logistics involved from registration to insurance, delivery, import, survey, storage and crewing if required. Ex- cruisers ourselves we just strive to help others begin their journey on the ocean.  If like us, OSA has become an obsession for you, get in touch! Our team can organize a private video viewing, discuss the purchase process with you as well as have all the time in the world to answer your questions, put you in touch with the owners if you wish, assist with organising your visit, purchase, delivery home if needed, insurance, berthing, crewing, etc.  --------------------------------   A Word From The Owners - Why a Knysna catamaran?: "To be honest, neither of us had ever even heard of the town Knysna, let alone the South African catamaran company named after it. We were in the market for a non-production, performance catamaran. So, we went to the 2019 Annapolis boat show hoping to be inspired by something different. Our friend, who was attending the show with us, was the first to mention the build quality and excellent design of Knysna catamarans. Having spent time in South Africa, he was enchanted with the sturdy build of South African boats and quickly convinced us to do a walkthrough of a Knysna. We both immediately began to fall for this boat builder. We loved the layout and feel of the boat. It was different then anything we had seen and it felt so solid. The crew showing the boat had sailed her from South Africa and they were as salty as they were knowledgeable. You could tell these guys had tons of sea miles under their belts. They knew the boat inside and out. Their respect and appreciation for her was infectious. We were sold, but we didn’t want to wait 1-2 years for a new boat. As a boutique builder, building only 3 vessels a year, we figured finding a used Knysna was likely out of the question, but we got lucky. Osa, then called Alley Cat, was on the market and ready to go in Sint Maarten, Caribbean. George and I immediately went to see her.  She was absolutely stunning, a real jaw dropper. The previous owner bought her new and spared no expense kitting her out.  Instantly we felt at home and could easily visualize our family living on this vessel. It felt special. One of a kind. And it still does.  Many of our boat friends covet Osa. Complete strangers have dinghied over to ask about her and for a tour of the inside. So needless to say, on December 5, 2019, during the sea trial when the surveyor asked us if we could see ourselves owning this boat. Without hesitation we said, “Absolutely!”. Six weeks later we moved our family from the snowy Canadian Rockies, to the Caribbean and aboard our new floating home.    At the time, we are not quite sure why we pushed ourselves to pack up our lives in Canada and move aboard post haste as we did. Today we attributed the immediacy we felt to move aboard to a number of things. Number one being, our daughter getting older. She was 12 at the time and we could tell that our window of opportunity to take her away on a sabbatical from school and friends was rapidly narrowing. Number two was the onslaught of the Canadian winter we were anxious to not endure. Number three would be covid. Of course we had no idea that covid was literally weeks away from shutting down the entire planet but when it did, and we were tucked safely aboard our floating home in the Caribbean, well, we were high-fiving each other for weeks afterward, endlessly grateful that we went through 6 weeks of frantic packing to get aboard and live our dream.     Every single day, over the past 2.5 years, at least one of us has declared aloud, "Man, I love this boat!". We have been extremly happy with our Knysna. It is so dependale, beautiful, strong, comfortable, and unique. We decided, as a cruising family, we did not need a super fast, performance catamaran. We wanted a safe and comfortable boat that sailed well and looked good. We are an active family. We love to surf and dive and we wanted space and the abiity for our boat to handle the extra weight of our toys. As a sailor with over 40 years experience sailing monohulls, George wanted a goodlooking boat he could have fun sailing. Something he could feel respond to sail adjustments and easily get up to 8-10knots. Osa ticked all those boxes. I wanted a safe, comfortable, & spacious boat with a water maker, functional & attractive cockpit, 3 cabin layout, dedicated shower stalls in the heads, decent storage and a nice galley up. Osa has fulfilled all our expectations and then some. We have been very pleased with the performance of our Knysna and have never once wished we went with a different catamaran.    After leaving the Caribbean, we headed to Panama and crossed the canal. We loved cruising the remote corners of the Las Perlas Islands, Coiba, and Bahia Honda. We surfed, dove and explored from the Darien Gap all the way up to northern Nicaragua. We took Osa up rivers and explored untouched corners of Central America. We sailed to main land Ecuador, leaving Osa on a mooring for a month while we trekked in the Andes. We had an amazing time sailing to and from the Galapagos, where we spent 2 months exploring. There are so many highlights of our adventures, but one that I will forever hold close to my heart will be the Pacific crossing from mainland Ecuador to Marquesas. After 28 days at sea, with Nuku Hiva insight, we all agreed that we could easily carry on sailing for another week or more. Osa carried us safely and extremely comfortably across the worlds largest ocean and no one was ready for our time at sea to come to an end. If that doesn't speak volumes about how much we love being on this boat, then I don't know what will! We have spent the past 6 months falling in love with French Polynesia. This place is enchanting, the epitome of cruising grounds. There is so much to see and do here, above and below the water, one could spend a life time exploring. The experiences we have had here connecting with local families has endeared us to this place forever.    We left Canada with the intention to sail for 2-3 years, and return for our daughter to complete her final 2 years of highschool. We intended to go as far as we could in the time we had. Covid definitely slowed us down but it did not steal the show. To be able to take our home with us to far flung places, to move under the power of the wind, to show our kids the world beyond their backyard, to push our comfort zones, to grow as a family into a team, to overcome adversity, to learn to trust the process and live in the moment, to live everyday as an adventure, to challenge our fears and tackle obstacles, to fulfill our dreams, to see our kids shine and become unique individuals with a strong sense of self, to meet people from all walks of life and be apart of their story for awhile, to make life long friends, to witness the wonder and majesty of nature every single day, to become better humans. That is what we set out to do. Mission accomplished. Now its your time."  Kristina and George - Tahiti, September 2022  

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  10. Pogo 40

    Pogo 40

    Noumea, Nueva Caledonia
    2006
    €90.000

    CATCH ME - HIGHLIGHTS NOW REDUCED FOR QUICK SALE AS THE OWNER HAS PURCHASED A BIGGER BOAT. BUILT FOR SERIOUS OFFSHORE RACING IN ALL LATITUDES BUT LIGHTLY USED BY HER OWNERS UNSINKABLE - BOAT DESIGNED TO REMAIN AFLOAT EVEN FULL OF WATER. WATERTIGHT BULKHEADS AND FOAM FILLED CRASH BOX FORWARD CENTRALLY PLACED BATTERY BANKS FOR WEIGHT DISTRIBUTION  EQUIPPED AND FITTED OUT FOR SOLO OR SHORT-HANDED SAILING UPGRADED FROM PURE RACING TO BLUE WATER CRUISING WITH ALL NECESSARY EQUIPMENT EXCELLENT PRESENTATION, READY TO RACE OR CRUISE NOW WITH NO FURTHER EXPENSE NEEDED. DEEP RACING KEEL 3M (GTE) 2 X WATER BALLAST (750L EACH) CARBON FIBRE MAST RETRACTABLE CARBON BOWSPRIT DYFORM STANDING RIGGING NEW JANUARY 2022 RUNNING RIGGING IN GOOD CONDITION DECK AND COCKPIT REPAINTED JANUARY 2022 IMPRESSIVE SAIL WARDROBE FOR BOTH SERIOUS RACING AND CRUISING VOLVO D1 30HP IN EXEMPLARY CONDITION FULL RANGE OF CRUISING ELECTRONICS 2 X ALTERNATORS, SOLAR PANELS AND A HYDRO-GENERATOR FOR GOOD POWER SUPPLY OFFSHORE SAFETY STANDARD EQUIPMENT INVENTORY 3 CABINS VERSION GALLEY WITH STOVE, SINK, STORAGE, AND 80L FRIDGE IN GOOD CONDITION AS WITH MOST RACING YACHTS THE HULL IS VINYL WRAPPED, WHICH IS AFFORDABLE TO REPLACE WITH YOUR OWN DESIGN IF DESIRED. ------------ THE POGO 40 is designed by renowned architects Finot/Conq and was born at the same time as the inception of the Class 40 and the first model won the 2006 Route du Rhum. Fast and with proven reliability are just two of the key points when considering one of these vintage category Class 40 designs. More than 45 of these first generation Pogo 40 were built with proven race records in both fully crewed and shorthanded configurations. Sisterships to CATCH ME are still being raced on the European Class 40 circuit and within the various global oceanic race fleets and remain very competitive. Ideal as an entry level shorthanded racing yacht or as a very fast cruiser for adventurous families. A great opportunity to pick up a well maintained and fitted out Class 40 with a good inventory, afloat and ready to go sailing anywhere now without further expenses needed. CATCH ME is ideal lower budget vintage category Class 40 that would be eminently suited for entry in either the Globe 40, Race Around, Global Solo Challenge or any of the current classic oceanic races. Available now in Noumea, New Caledonia. Tax Paid and ready for pick up or delivery to your preferred location. ----------------------- (FR) LE POGO 40 est conçu par les architectes de renom Finot/Conq et est né en même temps que la création du Class 40 et que le premier modèle a remporté la Route du Rhum 2006. Rapide et avec une fiabilité éprouvée ne sont que deux des points clés lorsque l'on considère l'un de ces modèles de classe 40 de catégorie vintage. Plus de 45 de ces Pogo 40 de première génération ont été construits avec des records de course éprouvés dans des configurations en équipage complet et en équipage réduit. Les Sisterships de CATCH ME sont toujours en course sur le circuit européen de classe 40 et au sein des différentes flottes mondiales de course océanique et restent très compétitifs. Idéal comme yacht de course en équipage réduit d'entrée de gamme ou comme croiseur très rapide pour les familles aventureuses. Une excellente occasion d'acquérir une classe 40 bien entretenue et équipée avec un bon inventaire, à flot et prête à naviguer n'importe où maintenant sans dépenses supplémentaires nécessaires. CATCH ME est la classe 40 vintage idéale à petit budget qui serait parfaitement adaptée pour participer au Globe 40, Race Around, Global Solo Challenge ou à l'une des courses océaniques classiques actuelles. Disponible maintenant à Nouméa, Nouvelle-Calédonie. Taxe payée et prête à être acquis sur place ou livrée à votre emplacement préféré. Le bateau est importé en Nouvelle Calédonie.      

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