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  3. Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 45.1

    Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 45.1

    Tahiti, Polynésie Française
    1997
    €144 224 (Vente en cours)

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 One of the best example of the popular Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 45.1 we have seen.  Never chartered and always privately owned. Set up for safe and comfortable Bluewater cruising for a family with children. 4 double cabins / 2 heads version Major upgrade of the electrical system (12V and20 Hydrovane Windvane  150L / h Watermaker Selden In-mast mainsail furling and Selden Genoa furling systems
 New in 2019. Hydranet Spectra reinforced Dacron, furling Main sail and 480gm, furling Genoa, and Gennaker in 1.5 oz nylon.  All sails in perfect condition. All new standing rigging in 2022 Spinnaker pole, detachable bowsprit for gennaker. New Yanmar 55HP (upgraded from the regular 40HP in 2010. Only 2400h) New cockpit canvas 2019 in grey Sunbrella including ‘wind catchers’ to cool side cabins, and side panels for shade and weather. Clears replaced in 2022. Comes loaded with extras including everything you need to live aboard now, plus scuba diving gear for two, lots of spares and tools, water toys, etc. Just polished and antifouled (June 2022) 'Marco" is in Tahiti.  A perfect start for new adventures in Pacific Ocean. Easy access from anywhere in the world. You can watch our full video walkthrough (filmed in Bora Bora July 2022). Just check our Youtube Channel at Nautilus Yacht Management. ---------- "Marco" is a 4 cabin 2 head version of Jeanneau's popular Sun Odyssey 45.1 line from 1997. Never chartered. Complete refit 2019. There is plenty of headroom and space inside as well as outside in the wide, super spacious cockpit with direct access to the water. Perfect for outdoor living in the tropics. The solid construction quality with Kevlar fibre reinforcements on these boats explain in part the immense success of Jeanneau in the rental fleets of the 1990s and 2000s. On the hull side, the ribs, reinforcements and bulkheads are generously dimensioned, and the rigging anchoring points are solidly attached. With its broad beam, strong bow and still slender look, it's a powerful monohull that is still sought after on the second-hand market today.    The boat went through a major refit and upgrade in 2019 in Denmark and is now really well-equipped with some of the newest and best available gear for increased comfort, performance and safety. After a rebuild of the layout in the front cabins and saloon area the boat now sleeps 8 people very comfortably plus 2 extras in the sofa area. She was sailed from Europe to French Polynesia arriving here in September 2020.   A Word from the Owners:  "We are a Canadian family of 5 and purchased Marco last year to cruise French Polynesia and beyond, but have to return home to Canada in August. She has been an amazing boat and we are sorry to let her go. The boat can be delivered to Fiji or Hawaii, or remain in French Polynesia until September under current 2 year cruising permit. Permit can be renewed by leaving for 90 days or the boat can be 'Papeetized' and stay in French Polynesia. Best options for delivery or importation can be discussed. Marco is a turn-key cruiser, in excellent shape and ready to continue her bluewater sailing adventure, fully equipped and ready to go anywhere." Tahiti. July 2022.   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. These are tricky times, but our little team are here to help you bridge the geographical gap and surmount Covid restrictions. If 'Marco' has got under your skin, get in touch! 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 surveys or expert reports 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.            

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  5. Dolphin 460

    Dolphin 460

    Tahiti, Polynésie Française
    2007
    €456 543

    DOLPHIN 460 - OCEAN - HIGHLIGHTS 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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