Fresh Water Tanks: (255 Liters)
Fuel Tanks: (75 Liters)
Number of cabins: 2
Number of heads: 1
Number of bathrooms: 1
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This hull designed by the Berret/Racoupeau tandem, has adopted space, light, all weather, all speed performances and great interior comfort.Offered with two different accommodation versions, for 2 couples or for a crew of up to eight.
Central pivoting helm seat for ease of access to bathing platform. (B?n?teau patent).
2 teak slatted helm seats on each side of the cockpit.
Plenty of stowage space to make life on board easy:
2 side cockpit lockers, (liferaft in starboard locker).
1 starboard aft cockpit locker.
1 separate watertight gas locker to port.
Teak slatted cockpit benches.
Leather-covered pivoting stainless steel steering wheel on column.
On the column: 1 steering compass, engine control lever, support for navigation instruments, handrail, glass holder.
Teak cockpit table with folding leaves.
Engine control panel built into seating to port.
Manual bilge pump in cockpit.
Woodwork is in fruit-tree coloured wood.
Varnished "hydropont" sole with black inlay strips.
- FORECABIN -
Headroom: 1.86 m.
Triangular double berth (2.00 m x 1.66 m x 0.40 m).
Numerous stowage spaces for easier on-board living:
Shelving along the hull.
Locker with door to port and shelves.
Hanging locker to starboard.
Opening deck hatch with blind.
Deckhead light with independent switch.
Two reading lights.
- SALOON -
Headroom: Saloon forward 1.88 m, saloon aft 1.98 m.
Saloon with two fore-and-aft settees:
Port settee: 2.00 m x 0.52 m.
Starboard settee: 1.76 m x 0.52 m. Settee backrests are sloping for more comfort.
Centre table to saloon: inlaid wood table with bottle holder and drop leaves with moulded wood fiddles.
The table is fixed to the mast support pillar.
There is wood/stainless steel shelving to port and starboard.
Stowage locker with door along the hull to port.
Stowage under port and starboard settees.
Hull lining in plain plywood.
2 Lewmar opening hatches with blinds.
2 Lewmar fixed ports with curtains.
1 large panoramic window at deck level.
2 fixed hull ports (1 each side).
Four halogen deckhead lights with independent switches.
Wall light on bulkhead.
9-switch 12 V electrical panel with voltmeter.
Toggle circuit breaker.
12 V socket on panel.
The circuit is supplied as standard by:
1 x 70 Amp service battery.
And by one 70 Amp engine battery.
Alternator power: 14 V / 60 A.
Electric fuel gauge.
By 220 V shore supply and charger.
By 220 V sockets situated in the cabins, saloon and galley.
Fore and aft navigation lights.
Wiring for deck searchlight.
In the 2-cabin version, there are 4 reading lights, 2 halogen strip lights and 11 deckhead lights.
In the 3-cabin version, there are 6 reading lights, 2 halogen strip lights and 11 deckhead lights.
Headroom: 1.98 m.
A functional space:
Laminated work surface with moulded wood fiddle.
Stainless steel sink.
Mixer tap with hot/cold pressurised water.
Two-burner hob with grill - gimballed and fitted with a stainless steel fiddle for increased safety.
1 x 12 V electric 130 L front opening refrigerating unit.
Plenty of stowage space:
Stowage under hob.
Bottle stowage along bulkhead.
Hatch in work surface with tray for crockery stowage.
Shelving for stowage along hull.
Stowage under sink.
Waste bin under sink.
Strip light over hob, 2-burner grill, and deckhead light above sink.
Opening port with curtains above hob for good ventilation.
8 person table setting.
Engine mounting built into the inner mould.
Engine compartment soundproofed with insulating foam.
Engine control panel (rev. counter and alarms) with engine control lever in port cockpit.
Stainless steel propeller shaft is protected in a GRP skeg moulded with the hull.
Three- or two-blade fixed propeller according to engine.
Rotomoulded 75 L fuel tank with electric gauge.
Water filter to cooling system.
The hull is single-skinned GRP construction.
Reinforced points (keel, rudder, chain plates, hull-deck joint) help to strengthen the structure.
A structural inner moulding is bonded and laminated to the hull. Its structural role is important as it takes and absorbs the stresses at pressure points (shroud chain-plate tie rods, keel, rudder, etc.), and spreads any loads guaranteeing reduced strain on the hull.
The surface material of the inner moulding makes cleaning easier and provides a better finish.
The stainless steel propeller shaft is mounted and protected in a GRP skeg.
The standard hull colour is white with blue and silver livery. Steel Blue is available as an option.
The deck is sandwich construction (glass fibre and balsa) for an optimal strength/weight ratio and thermal and sound insulation.
A ?diamond point? non-slip surface increases safety over all areas of movement on deck.