Probably the finest of the sisterhood in brokerage captivity with uprated power supply, and a specification of eye watering proportions.
For more information on this vessel, please contact Sue Grant at our Lymington office on the numbers below.
Please contact Sue Grant at +44 (0)1590 679222
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Designer: Jacques Faroux
LOA: 54 ft 11 in
Beam: 15 ft 11 in
LWL: 48 ft 6 in
Length on Deck: 53 ft 8 in
Minimum Draft: 7 ft 6 in
Displacement: 17955 kgs
Engine Brand: Yanmar
Engine Model: 4JH3 THE
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Propeller: 3 blade propeller
Engine(s) Total Power: 110 HP
Number of single berths: 6
Number of cabins: 3
Number of heads: 3
BOZ is an exceptional example of her class with uprated power supply and a very full specification. She has been set up for comfortable shorthanded sailing and the deck saloon adds a further dimension for both warm and cool water sailing. She has been professionally maintained throughout her life.
BOZ would be a great choice for an ARC or other long distance adventure with sound and well conceived systems, and offering swift passage times and comfortable shipboard life.
RCD Status: The yacht conforms with the essential safety requirements of Directive 94/25EC (Recreational Craft Directive) and is categorised A – “Ocean” (or Cat B – whichever is appropriate)
Hull, Deck & Superstructure Construction:
Blake treatment to prevent osmosis (was done by Jeanneau at Les Sables).
Antifouled in Blue antifouling.
Luxury chrome hardware for dorades and compasses (factory extra BE660).
Beam on waterline: 15’1” / 4m.
Height above waterline: 72’2” / 21.99m
Teak on side decks (factory extra WE520).
Teak rub rail with built in chocks
Keel & Rudder:
Standard keel (2.3m) weight: 5,000kg / 11,023lb.
Fibreglass rudder, stainless steel frame and shaft.
Rudder tube fibreglassed to hull.
Engine & Gearboxes:
1 x Yanmar 110 HP Diesel engine with heat exchanger.
Mounted on fibreglass bed with engine well and ventilation.
Soundproof plastic film insulation and protected edges.
Filter inspection panel at foot of companionway.
Access to engine and generator sea water intakes in passageway.
Structurally sealed metal shaft strut and fibreglass shaft log.
Maintenance & Performance:
Engine Hours: approx. 300 hours.
Propulsion & Steering:
Stainless steel propeller shaft, 35 mm diameter, drip less stuffing box.
3-Bladed Gory propeller (factory extra).
Ambassador rope cutter (was fitted by Jeanneau at Les Sables).
24V Bow Thruster – 125 Kg/f with twin propellers (factory extra DO071).
230V electrical panel with circuit breakers, 230V voltmeter
Mastervolt BTM3 24V Electronic battery monitor.
230V source selector switch, dock, generator or inverter.
Rewired 230V so that all sockets can either access mains power, generator power or inverter.
N.B. BOZ has been upgraded into a single 24v circuit to feed all appliances (sails, winches etc.) as the previous 4 circuit, 12v standard system was not robust enough. Additionally all domestic batteries were centralized from the previous 3 x locations into 1 x central location. Boat trim improved as a result.
12 x 2V 420AH Mastervolt Gel batteries fitted underneath berth in forward owner’s cabin.
Washing machine and dryer under navigator seat (factory extra IA010).
Total fridge capacity of 280 litres.
140I refrigerator, seawater cooled converted to fridge/freezer (factory extra IA207).
Front loading refrigerator seawater cooled.
230v 24L 900 watt Microwave (factory extra IA002) (runs from inverter).
Oven ventilator extract fan (will not run from inverter).
4 Burner stove with crash bar (gas bottles converted to plastic to avoid rusting) .
Mixer tap with flexible hose.
3 x Electric quiet flush toilet (factory extra).
Chrome faucets with shower taps in washrooms.
Hot and cold water cockpit shower and main water inlet.
Heating & Ventilation:
The yacht is fitted with 4 x independently controlled 8000 BTU air conditioning units.
Heating is provided by electric coils fitted inside the air conditioners e.g. the air conditioning units are not heat pumps, but rely on electronic elements to generate heat (Factory Extra IC106).
CD radio and speakers in forward owner’s cabin.
HIFI in forward corner furnishing of saloon and speakers on bulkhead. Ipod compatible.
Electrically operated TV rises from the chart table.
Watertight stereo speakers in cockpit.
Halogen overheard lights with switches and reading lights by berth in forward owner’s cabin.
Chrome and stainless steel flush overhead lights throughout.
Overhead lights, aft lockers and sail locker.
Courtesy lights at companionway steps and forward of the saloon.
Summary of Accommodation:
The layout of the yacht is two cabins aft, with their own toilet and shower and one master cabin forward with toilet and shower to starboard. There is also a large sail locker forward of the master cabin but this can only be reached using the deck hatch. The salon is in “Paso Jaguar” while the cabins are in “Premium beige”. (Factory Option IS641)
Companionway and Hull Access:
2 x Handrail solid teak companionway.
Varnished teak steps and non-skid strips.
Plexiglas companionway hatch cover.
Removable Plexiglas hatch door with storage.
Access to front of engine via two panels on lifter arms.
Rear engine access by three removable panels in aft cabin.
Access trap to generator hold on lifter arms.
Saloon access traps to tanks, bilge, pumps and water heater.
Added bypass switch to enable generator starting battery to start main engine and vice versa.
Windows, Ventilation and Curtains:
8 x Fixed hull ports with pleated fabric curtains and tracks.
6 x Opening cockpit ports with curtain tracks.
12 x Forward opening deck hatches.
2 x Dorade boxes with stainless steel guards and vents on forward hatch. Stainless locking rings at base of dorades have been replaced with Teflon ones for more robustness.
2 x Lateral roof windows with interior curtains.
2 x Section front window with blinds.
Roller blinds on all deck hatches.
Outside covers for all saloon windows to prevent scratching when not in use. If cruising in the Mediterranean, these and the white hull are most important at keeping the boat cool.
Description of layout:
Forward Owner’s Cabin:
Double berth 1.6m x 2.03m mattress battens and mattress.
Teak hull liner, storage shelves and door.
4 x Drawer under berth, change draw on side.
Large hanging locker to starboard.
Large cupboard with shelves and large hanging locker to port (1 x shelved).
Desk with swinging seat, mirror and storage.
Heating and air conditioning thermostat.
Security safe secured to hull structure to starboard.
TV and video pre-wiring.
Mirror on mast bulkhead.
Forward Owner’s Washroom:
Moulded polyester washroom finishing.
Hot and cold shower tap.
Shower drain pump with switch.
Stainless steel wash basin with green synthetic resin decorative trim.
Storage under sinks with access to through hull holes.
Clothes hook, mirror, towel ring, toilet paper holder.
Stainless steel handrail on bulkhead and near sink.
Teak shower grating.
Folding seat over toilet.
Water temperature controlled mixing tap.
Non removable longitudinal bulkhead.
Each double berth can be transformed in to two single berths.
Turnbuckle protectors on shrouds (wooden varnished top inserts fitted as plastic factory fitted ones would not stay in).
Electric above deck genoa furler with fuses in master cabin (factory extra).
Halyard requirements are as follows: Mainsail halyard, Boom topping lift (also used to hoist trysail (trysail not included), Genoa Halyard, 2 x Spinnaker halyard, Spinnaker pole topping lift.
Reef line fitted in boom (factory extra).
All halyards led to spinlock jammers in cockpit (additional spinlock jammers added on mast to enable mainsail halyard and genoa halyard to be stored at mast rather than around companionway).
Rigid boom vang.
Blocks and deck fittings for spinnaker sheets, spinnakers guys and spinnaker pole downhaul.
Harken mast step blocks on deck fitting.
Watertight mast passage fitting.
Stainless steel mast reinforcement rod between deck fitting and mast foot.
Double thickness lower mast section, watertight.
Removable mast casing for access to cable connection.
Spinnaker pole rail on front of mast.
Wrap around furled genoa storm jib.
Spinlock jammers and Harken turning blocks for halyards and control lines.
2 x Harken genoa sheet tracks with adjustable fairleads.
Harken adjustable mainsheet traveller on roof.
Genoa sheet turning blocks.
Spinnaker pole for asymmetric spinnaker.
Spinnaker pole for symmetric spinnaker.
Spinnaker sheet turning blocks.
Spinnaker sheets, guys and downhaul.
2 x Harken 66.2 STCE-H electric winches (factory extra AU105).
2 x Harken 46.2 STCE-H electric winches (factory extra AU004x2).
Harken push buttons with cut-outs for electric winches instead of standard Lewmar fittings.
Original Quantum vertically battened mainsail and genoa.
Wrap-around storm jib.
Elmstroom Cruising Shute (2000 from previous boat) on Harken furling.
North 205 m2 Spinnaker – new August 2010.
Furling mainsail: 538 Sq Ft / 50m2.
Furling genoa: 893 Sq Ft / 83m2.
Symmetric spinnaker: 2206 Sq Ft / 205m2.
Asymmetric spinnaker: 1754 Sq Ft / 163m2.
Open bow pulpit.
Stainless steel stern pulpit with 2 x bouy brackets and flagstaff holder.
Port and starboard side access ladder fittings (factory extra BE105).
Side access ladder (factory extra BE105).
100kg Besenzoni hydraulic passerelle with remote control (factory extra BE404) (Converted to wireless remote controls from infrared as they did not work reliably).
Anchoring & Mooring Equipment:
1500w Lewmar deck mounted electric windlass.
Triple windlass control with chain counter (Starboard helm, deck and wired remote control).
Windlass remote control in sail locker; additionally one up and one down foot operated windlass controls have been added to the deck on the port side to enable windlass to be operated without the need to have the sail locker hatch open.
Stainless Steel double sheave bow fitting with swinging bow roller.
6 x Mooring cleats with chocks.
100m of stainless steel chain and stainless steel CQR anchor by Lewmar
Folding padeyes on deck and in cockpit.
Folding padeye for spinnaker pole downhaul.
Covers, Canvas & Cushions:
Bimini with blue cover (factory extra BE019).
Connection between spray hood and bimini with side protections (factory extra BE033).
Blue cockpit cushions with backrest (factory extra BS020)
Window, wheel, windlass and winch covers (factory extra BS105).
Tender & Outboard:
Inflatable Avon dinghy RIB. Purchased 2011. With paddles, long range tank, cover, anchor and bow locker.
9HP outboard engine. Purchased 2011.
2 x Horseshoes with lights and jonbuoy man overboard.
Double lifelines (covered in white plastic).
Port and starboard lifeline gates.
8 person Plastimo liferaft and offshore flares.
6 x 1KG fire extinguishers.
Fire extinguisher fitted in wooden varnished box in foul weather gear locker (was upgraded.)
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.