|Tax Status:||Tax Exempt|
|Tax Information:||VAT does not apply as older than 1985 and in EU waters|
Korinthos Attica Greece|
The Pretorien is a French sailing yacht from the 1980's built by the Wauquiez shipyard. This yacht is known for build quality and fast passages. It sails well, is responsive and a fast passage-maker. Selling for approaching sell-by-date of the skipper.
|Vessel type:||Sailing Yacht - Sloop|
|Designer:||Holmann & Pye|
|No. of engines:||1|
|Engine model:||Volvo Penta D1 - 30F|
|Drive type:||Sail drive|
|Length over all:||10.80m|
|Length at waterline:||9.24m|
|Hull material:||Glass Fibre|
|Hull colour:||White with Blue stripe|
|Keel type:||Fin Keel|
|Fuel capacity:||100 Litres|
|Water capacity:||250 Litres|
|Holding tank capacity:||60 Litres|
The accomodation comprises, starting from the companionway: a galley with ENO cooker with oven, Fridge (Isotherm) and 2 sinks, storage for plates and crockery behind the cooker. On the port side is a chart table with seating position and drawer for charts and various documents. At the bottom of the companionway on the port side is a cabin with a double bunk and storage. Forward from the galley and chart table is a saloon with folding table. On port side the settee doubles up as a single bunk with lea-cloth. On the starboard side the settee can be puled out and transformed into a double bed. The bulkhead separates the saloon from a Heads on starboard side. In it a marine WC currently discharges at sea but the boat has a holding tank that has been decommissioned and could be reinstalled. The heads has a sink/shower with hot/cold water. The shower tray is emptied by an electric pump. Access to the heads is through 2 doors; one opening forward of the bulkheads coming from the saloon and another door opens directly in the forward cabin. The forward cabin has a double V shaped bunks with plenty of storage under it. A layout plan is included in th photos.
Wauquiez constructs solid fiberglass hulls, laid up by hand, that consist of several layers of bi-directional fiberglass. Six longitudinal stiffeners that run the entire length of the boat are glassed in and integrated to fiberglass beams running athwartships that provide additional structural integrity. Bulkheads are bonded to the hull and deck.
The modified fin keel — approx. 6.400 lbs. of lead— is fitted to a keel stub, and bolted to the hull with 3/4" stainless bolts and nuts on S/S back plates. The rudder is attached to a skeg running aft from the keel, and mounted on a stainless-steel bearing assembly. The deck is balsa cored, except in areas where hardware is to be attached, where it is solid fiberglass. The hull/deck joint is a flanged arrangement that is glassed over and reinforced by stainless steel fasteners. The toe rail and stanchion bases are also fastened through this joint. The engine compartment is insulated from the sounds of engine. The boat is designed to be equipped with a saildrive.
The teak deck is reaching the end of its serviceable life; it could be renewed but a better option would be to replace it with GRP covered in non-slip paint.
Dinghy Quicksilver with Yamaha 2 HP outboard engine
2X 115Ah batteries (and spare 75Ah)
Anchor is ROCNA 15kgs with 55 m 10 mm chain. Spare anchor in lazarette
Electric Windlass: Lofrans Tigres 1500 W
Compass at helm position: Plastimo
VHF: iCom A423
AIS Transponder iCom 510 TR
Portable VHF Navicom
GPS: Furuno GP-32
Autohelm instruments visible from helm position: Wind, VMG, Log, Depthsounder
Autopilot: Raymarine ST 6000
Volvo Penta D1-30F
Outboard engine Yamaha 2 HP for dinghy
1. Fully battened Mainsail with 2 reefing points
2.Genoa on furling forestay
3. Genoa 1 (Spare)
4. Jib 1 with dedicated removable forestay and separate tensioner
5. Spinnaker with pole
6. ST Winches (4) for sheets in the side of cockpit.
2 x Self-inflating lifejackets
1 horseshoe floating device
Note: Indicated location is approximate general area only.