• Latitude 46 Tofinou 12
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  • Latitude 46 Tofinou 12
  • Latitude 46 Tofinou 12
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Barcos de ocasión, Yate a vela

Latitude 46 Tofinou 12

Tor For Boys

  • EUR 150.000,-incl. IVA
  • Tor For Boysnombre del barco
  • 2010año de construcción
  • 12,00 m x 3,20 meslora x manga
  • 2,40 mcalado
  • 4800 kgpeso
  • 1 Cabinanúmero de cabinas
  • 2 Literasnúmero de literas
  • Nanni 29hpmotor
  • Dieselcarburante
  • 59 ltanque de combustible
  • 532 hhoras del motor


España » Mallorca » Palma de Mallorca


Lightly-used ready-for-sailing example of the beautiful Tofinou 12. TOY FOR BOYS is the perfect push-button daysailer capable of hosting guests for occasional weekends.


Launched in 2010, TOY FOR BOYS has been very used and very well maintained with over Euro 80,000 invested in recent seasons. Her specification highlights include:
Harken electric winches.
Teak laid deck.
Retractable bow thruster.
Retractable anchor.
Carbon fibre mast and V-boom fitted 2013
Standing rigging replaced - 2018
Full-battened mainsail with lazyjacks
Electric jib furler
North Sails 3Di mainsail and jib
Code0 and Asymmetric spinnakers with Karver furler and sheets
B&G instruments with chart plotter, regatta VMG calculator, autopilot and mast-repeaters

MANUFACTURER?S COMMENTS (translated from original French text):

Designed by the naval architecture firm Joubert-Nivelt, the Tofinou 12 is faithful to the spirit of the site combining tradition and modernity. Its refined line, its easy to bring and send sails, make the Tofinou 12. a boat with elegant simplicity.

Keeping the line and the aesthetics of its sisterships, but assuming its 12m, the Tofinou 12 surprises with the sensations of speed and power that it provides, always with the same simplicity. Fast and safe, it combines the beauty of teak and varnished mahogany with the modernity of the inox and carbon. Easy to maneuver, the Tofinou 12. can sail alone or crew.

The Tofinou 12. (class in constitution), offers great opportunities to race. You will be welcomed in particular at the Régates Impériales of Ajaccio, at the Royal Regattas of Cannes and to end the season, at Les Voiles de St Tropez. Other prestigious regattas welcome the Tofinou 12. to the 4 corners of the world.

Tofinou 12 also allows you to have beautiful solo escapades ... Maneuvers whose ease is enhanced by the return of the plays in the cockpit, spacious and comfortable. Everything is there to give sail, to make room for the pleasure of sailing and even to allow for "Class America" tacking!

Whatever the expectations of his helmsman, Tofinou 12. knows how to make vibrate and arouse powerful emotions: it is singular, strong and mesmerizing.

The stylish interior with the well-kept comfort of Tofinou 12. invites you to rest and enjoy well-being.
A cabin with a kitchen, a shower and a separate toilet constitute a living space that satisfies necessity and aesthetics.

You can go sailing alone or crewed with comfortable berths. The subtlety of this boat will give you pleasure of navigation and satisfaction of moments of shared conviviality.


Latitude 46 is a builder of both sailing and motor boats and has been based in France for the last 25 years on the Ile de Re. From Australia, through Japan to Bresil, many have succumbed to the charms of these boats with their classical lines beneath which lies the hightest standard of modern construction. And it is here that the unique strenght of the compagny lies; preservation of unique French boat building skills, linked to the most modern methods od building with wood and composites. Without forgetting that each of the Latitude 46 designs bears the signature of Joubert / Nivelt, naval architects whose reputations extend well beyond the borders of Europe.


?The 40-foot Tofinou 12 is a Joubert/Nivelt design, moderate of beam, lean and low-slung, and drawing almost 8 feet?which would be a drawback in many areas of the U.S. East Coast, but makes for an impressively stiff and precise ride to weather. Hull and bulkheads are lightweight fiberglass/foam composites, and the bare minimum of interior furniture and systems?along with a carbon fibre spar?help keep weight down to a svelte 10,500 pounds?about 40 percent less than a typical 40-foot production boat.

Sail controls are led aft to a quartet of Harken winches in the cockpit, where they can be easily tended by the helmsman. Lines run in galleries behind the mahogany-sheathed false coaming and cabin-top sides, which can be removed and stored under cover when the boat is decommissioned.

The work area is concentrated around the twin carbon-fibre wheels, so guests can take it easy on the long teak-covered bench seats. With the autopilot driving, the skipper can easily trim, reef, raise and drop the sails, as well as tack and gybe the boat. But most of the time, he or she will be standing behind one of the leather-trimmed wheels or reclining against the comfortable padded backrests.

Once the big main was up and drawing, the boat hared off on a tight reach, feeling eager to go even before we unrolled the self-tacking jib and sheeted it home. When all you have to do in a tack is put the wheel over, sailing to windward becomes a pleasure. On a boat such as this, which fairly leaps out of a tack as soon as the sails fill, it?s even more rewarding. Hard on the wind, with 15 knots over the deck, the speed readout on the mast flickered readily into the 8s. With the sheets cracked in a freshening breeze we were soon surging along at 9-plus knots, with grins to match.

Sailmagazine - USA


RCD Status:
Our understanding is that the yacht complies with the EU?s Recreational Craft Directive and is categorised CE certification B.

Hull and deck Construction:
Lightweight fiberglass and foam composites
Teak laid side decks and cockpit
Dark grey painted topsides

Keel & Rudder:
The keel has a cast iron fin with a bolted torpedo shape cast lead bulb.
The top of the fin is recessed into the hull laminate.
Balanced spade rudder with monocoque foam/glass construction.
Stainless steel rudder stock


Engine & gearbox:
Nanni 3-cylinder, naturally aspirated fresh-water cooled diesel engine producing 29hp.
Sail drive gearbox
Fresh water engine cooling
Single lever throttle control

Service & Maintenance:
Engine hours ? approx. 532 hours as of Autumn 2020
Date of last engine service ? Spring 2020 (unused since)

Propulsion & Steering:
Folding propeller
Twin helm pedestals with hide covered carbon wheels

Bow thruster:
12vDC RMC swing bowthruster


Voltage systems:
12vDC primary domestic system with 12vDC starting circuit and 220v AC via shore power.
Electrical systems comprehensively refitted 2016

Battery Banks:
1x 110Ah 12vDC Varta engine start battery - 2020
2x 85Ah sealed lead acid service batteries joined in parallel to supply 170Ah
2x 50Ah 12vDC bowthruster batteries, windlass and genoa furler joined in parallel to supply 100Ah

Charging / Inverter:
Mastervolt ChargeMaster 10Amp 12vDC automatic battery charter

1 x 12vDC engine-mounted alternator


Fresh Water:
Hot & cold pressurised water supply with 12v pressure pump
Hot water tank with engine driven calorifier and 220vAC immersion heater element

Bilge pumps:
Electric bilge pump
Manual bilge pump


1x 59 litres fuel tank capacity
Tank gauge under the steps

Fresh Water:
1x 118 litres fresh water capacity

Holding Tanks:
1x 60 litres black water holding tank


In Cockpit / On deck:
B&G Zeus3 GPS chart plotter at starboard helm ? 2016
B&G VMG and wind triangle for regatta calculator (connected to plotter)
B&G Autopilot with control head in cockpit
3x B&G multi-repeaters at mast - 2016
B&G H3000 multi-repeater in cockpit ? 2016
2x B&G wind/speed/depth displays in cockpit -2010
2x steering compasses

Icom VHF with DSC


Isotherm 12vDC front opening stainless steel fridge in galley
Isotherm 12vDC top-opening cockpit fridge
Sink with hot & cold pressurised water supplies

Jabsco manual freshwater heads
Hot & cold pressurised water supply to sinks

Stereo system with USB connection and speakers in cockpit


Summary of Accommodation:
Up to 2 berths in one open-plan cabin. Separate heads compartment

Accommodation Finish:
Wood interior interior joinery
Leather upholstery and hull linings
LED strip lighting

Accommodation layout from Forward:
One open plan cabin with double berth
Two settees aft opposite to each other
Foldable galley port side with storage.
Shower and heads compartement to starboard.


Carbon fibre mast and V-boom with lazyjacks - 2013
7/8 Keel-stepped fractionally-rigged mast with two sets of swept-back spreaders
Stainless steel rod standing rigging - 2018
Rod vang
Furlex 200 electric sub-deck furler
Self-tacking jib track
Harken mast track with low friction battencars
Harken foot outhaul
Reef line led back to helmsman
Cunningham takle
Adjustable split backstay
Karver furler and sheets for Code0

2x Harken 2-speed self-tailing Electric winches for main
2x Harken 2-speed self-tailing winches for genoa

North Sails 3Di black fully-battened mainsail ? 2015
North Sails 3Di self-tacking jib ? 2015
Elvstrom Code 0 with furler ? 2013
Asymmetric spinnaker with furler ? 2011

Stainless steel pulpit, pushpit and guardwire stanchions
Varnished mahogany bulkwark
Retractable teak cockpit table
Retractable bathing ladder

Covers & Canvas:
Boom cover
Jib cover
Helm pedestal covers
Full deck cover for storage - 2020

Anchoring & Mooring:
Retractable folding anchor arm
12vDC electric anchor windlass with remote control
Galvanised anchor with chain
Recessed mooring cleats
Fenders and warps


General note on safety equipment: Any safety equipment such as liferafts, Epirbs, fire extinguishers and flares etc. are usually personal to the current owner(s) and if being left on-board as part of the sale of a used vessel may require routine servicing, replacement, or changing to meet a new owners specific needs.

Liferaft - 2020
406Mhz EPIRB ? 2020
4x inflatable lifejackets - 2019

Palma de Mallorca, Spain.

Available to view strictly by appointment

Office Hours Mon- Fri 0900 ? 17.00
Saturday by prior appointment

For more information or to arrange a viewing please contact us.

Please Note: Due to the varying locations of our yachts, your travel time and the distances that may be involved, we recommend that you only make arrangements to view if you are actively considering purchase.

Lead Broker: Lucio Pellegrini ? Grabau International (Palma)
Tel: +34 675 236 174
Email: #####@grabauinternational.com


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