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The Jeanneau 44i is designed by the renown naval architect Phillip Briand who effortlessly combines performance and comfort. With the twin-wheel steering stations, large cockpit and wide side-decks, it is easy and safe to move around the deck and to manoeuvre. The interior is practical and light and comfortably accommodates six crew in three cabins in a luxurious and airy style. Recent upgrades include NEW SOLAR PANELS, DINGHY DAVITS, OUTBOARD CRANE, ARUBA DINGHY & YAMAHA OUTBOARD, BIMINI & SPRAY HOOD, RAYMARINE C12 SERIES GPS/CHART PLOTTER & WATER-MAKER, ANTI-FOULING 2022.
The layout offers up to six berths in three cabins with three heads. There is full standing headroom and good ventilation throughout.
Forward cabin: The entire boat forward of the mast is devoted to the master suite. The large (2.0x1.5m) centreline island berth has a dressing seat and hanging locker to port, and en-suite head to starboard with marine toilet, wash basin and shower with seperate pumpout. Additional stowage in lockers above and outboard of the berth.
Galley: The galley runs the full length of the saloon on the port side with 12v fridge with small freezer section, Eno two-burner oven, twin stainless sinks and plenty of storage lockers.
Saloon: To starboard, the C-shaped saloon seating table can easily seat six with an island settee on the centreline. Stowage below and behind seating. The chart table with outboard facing seat and electrical panel are on the starboard side.
Aft cabins: Aft, the ample width of the hull is divided equally between two more cabins, each with a mirror-image en-suite heads, also accessed from the saloon. The two aft cabins are full-sized doubles with plenty of light and storage lockers. En-suite heads with marine toilet, wash basin and shower.
Four AGM sealed 12v domestic batteries. Single 110 amp/hr start battery. 2 x 12v bow thruster batteries. Batteries charged via engine alternator and battery charger. Victon battery monitor. Shore power system with Mastervolt battery charger/monitor/inverter, ring main and immersion heater. 2 x 250W solar panels. LED lighting.
2010 Yanmar 4JH5E, four-cylinder, 55hp engine, naturally aspirated diesel engine located under companionway steps. Approx. 1500hrs at May 2022. Yanmar SD50 Sail Drive to three-blade fixed propeller. New Starter motor 2019.
MaxPower 7hp bow thruster.
Fractional sloop rig. Double spreader deck stepped aluminum mast and boom. Stainless steel running rigging. Terylene running rigging. Slab reefing mainsail with lazy stack pack and furling headsail. Harken mainsheet traveller. Rod kicker. 2 x Harken self-tailing sheet winches. 2 x Harken self-tailing halyard winches on coachroof. Lines led aft to Spinlock clutches.
Built in 2010 by Jeanneau, France and first launched in 2011. White GRP hull and decks with moulded-in non-slip surfaces. Dark blue waterline stripe. Standard fin bulb keel and spade hung rudder. Twin wheel steering with leather covered wheels. Teak-laid cockpit seats. Walk-through transom access to bathing platform. Stainless steel pulpit, pushpits and stanchions with gates both sides. Wood toe rails. Last antifouled 2022.
Baraka has a Canadian registration and there are no outstanding mortgages or encumbrances.
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General note on safety equipment: Any safety equipment such as liferaft, 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 owner’s specific needs.