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  1. 2002 Privilege 435 Easy Cruise

    December 2, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    This 2002 Privilege 435 (now called the 445) has beeen well cared for and extensively cruised by her current and original owners, who were lucky enough to be able to visit the factory several times during construction. They picked the boat up in France and delivered her on her own bottom to St Lucia on an unforgettable 17 day crossing from the Canaries. After years of cruising the Caribbean, the sellers undertook and completed a circumnavigation in 2010-11. This fully found and completely comfortable cruising cat is only on the maket because the owners have run out of places they want to sail!

    Boat Name
    Jeannius

    Additional Specifications

    Model: Privilege 435 Easy Cruise

    Builder: Alliaura Marine, France
    Designer: Marc Lombard, France
    Flag of Registry: British

    Year Built: 2002

    Launched: October 14th 2002

    Hull : 435/23

    Dimensions
    LOA: 13.42 m (44ft 3)
    Beam: 7.19 m (23ft 7)
    Draft: 1.20 m (4ft 5)

    Engines
    Engine Brand: Volvo
    Engine Model: 2 x MD2040D (40hp)

    Tanks
    Fresh Water Tanks: 550 Liters (145 us gal)
    Fuel Tanks: 380 Liters (100 us gal)

    Accommodation
    Number of double berths: 4
    Number of cabins: 4
    Number of heads: 4
    Number of bathrooms: 4

    Electrical Equipment
    Electrical Circuit: 110V

    Accommodations

    4 double cabins all with queen sized berths, 4 heads with marine toilets and shower & washbasin. Beech Wood, superior veneer finish throughout. Complete set of saloon curtains, saloon cushions in blue. MarineAir reverse-cycle air-conditioning throughout living accommodation, 3 units all with electronic temperature controller. 110V outlets throughout.

    Galley
    Propane oven and 3 burner Eno stove, Double bowl sink, H/C pressurized water, trash with top access, Microwave, electric toaster, electric blender, electric breadmaker.

    Refrigeration
    Front opening stainless steel 12v fridge in the galley. Stainless steel 12v front opening freezer in the port hull

    Equipment on Board:

    Electrical and electronic equipment

    Electrics
    •Air conditioning throughout the boat (AirMarine) 16000btu main unit and two 5000 btu individual units. All reverse cycle so they heat as well as cool
    •6 x 12v fans.
    •Westerbeke 7.6kW 110VAC generator (2010).
    •Xantrex ProSine 100Amp Charger / 2000Watt Inverter (2008).
    • 2 x 110V Shore power plug, 2 x starting batteries,
    • 6 x 6v 220amp service batteries (2008),
    •2 x Solar panels 130 watts with charge controller (2008),
    • 1 x AirBreeze windgenerator (2008).

    Electronics/Navigation

    HELM STATION:
    •Raymarine Autopilot ST 7002 with 2S electric linear drive,
    •Raymarine ST 60 wind, Raymarine ST 60 depth, Raymarine ST 60 speed,
    • 2 Volvo engine control panels.
    •Plastimo compass.

    CHART TABLE:
    •Raymarine Chartplotter/Radar RL70C Pathfinder Plus,
    •Raymarine ST 60 multi,
    •VHF,
    •SSB Icom 706 with Tuner.
    •McMurdo Smartfind EPIRB (2008),
    •Motorola 9500 Iridium Satellite phone (with approx 300 minutes on the sim card)
    •Generator control panel,
    •2 Holding tank level indicators,
    •Fuel tank gauge,
    •ProSine Battery Management Control,
    •110VAC, 12VDC outlets.
    •Kenwood Radio/CD.

    Sailing, Ground Tackle, Deck and Safety Gear

    Sail Inventory
    Doyle Genoa and fully battened Mainsail (2008). Doyle Stackpack and lazyjacks. Original Incidences genoa kept as spare.

    Mast/Rigging
    The mast is 59 ft and rigged with a set of spreaders and leather spreader boots, steaming light, deck light, mooring light , Clutches for Main, Genoa, Spinnaker, Storm-Jib halyards and Topping Lift. 1 Two speed Harken manual winch, Main Halyard, Topping Lift, 2 Reef lines, Outhaul and Downhaul lines all lead back to the cockpit for safety and the convenience of using the two Harken Electric Sheet winches for all mainsail handling.

    Standing Rigging: Forestay, inner forestay, 2 lower shrouds, 2 main shrouds and 2 diamond stays,

    Running Rigging:
    Genoa halyard, mainsail halyard, storm jib halyard, mainsail sheet, 2 genoa sheets, 2 main sail traveller sheets.

    Ground Tackle:

    Double anchor bow roller, electric windlass Lewmar Ocean 3, 100m (330ft) galvanised 13mm (half-inch)anchor chain, Delta type main anchor, Danforth type secondary anchor with chain and 3 ply mooring line..

    Deck Gear

    2 x Harken Electric Sheet Winches. 2 x Harken manual winches. Forward bow pulpits with teak seats and navigation lights. Helm station with double bench, Aluminum wheel with leather wheel cover, Cockpit table in teak, cockpit cushions (2008) in closed-cell foam, covered in blue sunbrella. Sun shields (2008) sliding main entrance door, opening portholes in the saloon side glazed ports, deck hatches, stainless steel davits with clutches. Transoms teak laid, Deck shower with swim ladder

    Safety Gear
    Plastimo 8 person liferaft serviced November 2009. 8 auto-inflating life vests with harnesses. McMurdo Smartfind EPIRB (2008), Motorola 9500 Iridium Satellite phone (with approx 300 minutes on the sim card)

    !0′ Caribe dinghy with 15hp Yamaha outboard


  2. 2001 Privilege 435 Easy Cruise

    October 19, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    The Privilege 435, introduced in 1999 to replace the Privilege 42, continued the evolution in the Privilege line to meet the shifting demands for quality catamarans. The design of the 435 incorporates measures to get better performance (without compromising the luxury level). These enhancements include ligher displacement gained through a more highly optimised hull structure.
    This Pirvilege 435 is well equipped and maintaned with both engines rebuilt in 2010. She’s ready to sail the Med this summer!

    Equipment on Board:

    Electronic Equipment

    Raytheon: Autopilot w. 2 control units,

    Wind, Depth, Autohelm ST 60 series ,

    Radar Pathfinder Plotter,

    Marine Radio device: VHF SIMRAD, Type Shipmate RS 8300

    Galley:

    natural gas oven,

    2 refrigerators,

    1 deep freezer,

    2 sinks,

    Additional equipment

    Desalinator: Sea Recovery, Aqua Whisper SRC AWM 600-1

    lazy bags for mainsail

    electrical windlasses for genoa

    60 m Inox anchor chain

    electrical anchor winch

    Dinghy: Arimar 3,20 m

    Outboard Motor: 9,8 HP TOHATSU


  3. 1999 Privilege Catamaran

    October 18, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    Exceptional and Rare “OWNER’S VERSION” With Entire Starboard Hull Dedicated As Owner’s Private Suite – Queen Berth Forward – Separate Head & Shower – Desk/Vanity Area

    Two Additional Queen Sized Cabins in Port Hull – Both with Private En suite Head & Shower

    Fully Air conditioned – Generator – Wind Generator – Solar Panels – Fully Equipped For Long Term Cruising or Live-a-Board

    Large, Bright & Airy, Saloon w/Circular Dinette, Nav Station and Full Galley “UP” – Additional Refrigerator/Freezer in Port Hull

    Huge Cockpit w/Opening Dining Table – Elevated Helm – Extensive Seating Area

    Separate Large Workshop/Storage Area – Entered From Cockpit – (Can be converted to crew quarters)

    Easy Access Around Entire Vessel – w/Swim Platform At Rear of Each Hull – Twin Trampolines Forward

    This vessel is fully equipped for extended cruising, and is in excellent condition. She has (3) private storerooms – (3) heads w/showers and loads of storage space, additional refrigerator/freezer space, 6’4″ headroom throughout, and a beautiful cherry wood interior.
    She is well equipped for sailing w/dagger boards Port & Strbd for better upwind performance – All lines led to the cockpit – Electric winch, plus manual winches – and a full compliment of sails.

    If you are looking for a well equipped catamaran – in excellent condition – at a realistic price contact Jeff Sorgen (# removed)

    Equipment on Board:


  4. 2001 Privilege 435 Easy Cruise

    October 5, 2011 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    The Privilege 435, introduced in 1999 to replace the Privilege 42, continued the evolution in the Privilege line to meet the shifting demands for quality catamarans. The design of the 435 incorporates measures to get better performance (without compromising the luxury level). These enhancements include ligher displacement gained through a more highly optimised hull structure.

    This Pirvilege 435 is well equipped and maintaned with both engines rebuilt in 2010. She’s ready to sail the Med this summer!

    Equipment on Board:

    Electronic Equipment

    Raytheon: Autopilot w. 2 control units,

    Wind, Depth, Autohelm ST 60 series ,

    Radar Pathfinder Plotter,

    Marine Radio device: VHF SIMRAD, Type Shipmate RS 8300

    Galley:

    natural gas oven,

    2 refrigerators,

    1 deep freezer,

    2 sinks,

    Additional equipment

    Desalinator: Sea Recovery, Aqua Whisper SRC AWM 600-1

    lazy bags for mainsail

    electrical windlasses for genoa

    60 m Inox anchor chain

    electrical anchor winch

    Dinghy: Arimar 3,20 m

    Outboard Motor: 9,8 HP TOHATSU


  5. 1999 Privilege Catamaran

    October 5, 2011 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    Exceptional and Rare “OWNER’S VERSION” With Entire Starboard Hull Dedicated As Owner’s Private Suite – Queen Berth Forward – Separate Head & Shower – Desk/Vanity Area

    Two Additional Queen Sized Cabins in Port Hull – Both with Private En suite Head & Shower

    Fully Air conditioned – Generator – Wind Generator – Solar Panels – Fully Equipped For Long Term Cruising or Live-a-Board

    Large, Bright & Airy, Saloon w/Circular Dinette, Nav Station and Full Galley “UP” – Additional Refrigerator/Freezer in Port Hull

    Huge Cockpit w/Opening Dining Table – Elevated Helm – Extensive Seating Area

    Separate Large Workshop/Storage Area – Entered From Cockpit – (Can be converted to crew quarters)

    Easy Access Around Entire Vessel – w/Swim Platform At Rear of Each Hull – Twin Trampolines Forward

    This vessel is fully equipped for extended cruising, and is in excellent condition. She has (3) private storerooms – (3) heads w/showers and loads of storage space, additional refrigerator/freezer space, 6’4″ headroom throughout, and a beautiful cherry wood interior.
    She is well equipped for sailing w/dagger boards Port & Strbd for better upwind performance – All lines led to the cockpit – Electric winch, plus manual winches – and a full compliment of sails.

    If you are looking for a well equipped catamaran – in excellent condition – at a realistic price contact Jeff Sorgen (# removed)

    Equipment on Board:


  6. 1990 Privilege Catamaran

    October 5, 2011 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    The first thing to note when you step aboard the Privilege 39 is the massive T shaped cockpit space. There is a big dropleaf teak table that will easily seat 8 to starboard, with additional seating to port and a bench seat aft that spans the width of the boat. A canvas bimini shades the table and seating area while sunning spaces with cushions outboard port and starboard allow sun worshipperss aboard a place to lounge.
    The helm is to port and aft, and the helmsman retains good visibility forward while remaining on the same level as guests and crew. Wide side decks make going forward safe and easy. Through the double teak doors in the cockpit is the salon area featuring a 15 foot circular settee with dropleaf table and a roll out beverage cabinet. Quality teak joinerwork and and teak and holly floors add a luxurious feel everywhere on this boat. 8 opening ports and 11 opening deck hatches provide excellent ventilation throughout the vessel. The Nav station is to starboard of the settee. Companionways port and starboard in the aft part of the salon lead to the hull accomodations. There are four equal double berth staterooms in the ends of the hulls. Each has its own vanity and sink, hanging locker and storage. A head with standup shower is located outboard at the foot of the companionway steps in each hull. The galley is located in the port hull with a gimbaled LP range, 3 way refrigeration, double sink and ample counter and storage space. The starboard companionway features an extra fridge freezer unit and tons of storage filled with enough spares to start a marine store!

    Equipment on Board:

    430 Ah house battery bank (new 2009)
    Engine starting battery
    2 x 400W AIR Marine wind generators (new blades 2009)
    2 x Kyocera 130W solar panels (new 2009) with Flexcharge NC-25 charge controller
    2 x Balmar 90A alernators with Heart Interface regulators
    Automatic battery combiner with current limiting
    Xantrex Truecharge 40 Amp multi-stage battery charger
    Xantrex 1500W inverter
    Victron Energy BMV-602 battery monitor
    Honda EU2000i 2kW gasoline generator
    Galvanic isolator for 110V shore power circuit
    Low-power LED lighting for frequently used lights (navigation, anchor, salon, etc.)
    30A shore power fitting and cables


  7. 1999 Privilege Catamaran

    October 5, 2011 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    Exceptional and Rare “OWNER’S VERSION” With Entire Starboard Hull Dedicated As Owner’s Private Suite – Queen Berth Forward – Separate Head & Shower – Desk/Vanity Area

    Two Additional Queen Sized Cabins in Port Hull – Both with Private En suite Head & Shower

    Fully Air conditioned – Generator – Wind Generator – Solar Panels – Fully Equipped For Long Term Cruising or Live-a-Board

    Large, Bright & Airy, Saloon w/Circular Dinette, Nav Station and Full Galley “UP” – Additional Refrigerator/Freezer in Port Hull

    Huge Cockpit w/Opening Dining Table – Elevated Helm – Extensive Seating Area

    Separate Large Workshop/Storage Area – Entered From Cockpit – (Can be converted to crew quarters)

    Easy Access Around Entire Vessel – w/Swim Platform At Rear of Each Hull – Twin Trampolines Forward

    This vessel is fully equipped for extended cruising, and is in excellent condition. She has (3) private storerooms – (3) heads w/showers and loads of storage space, additional refrigerator/freezer space, 6’4″ headroom throughout, and a beautiful cherry wood interior.
    She is well equipped for sailing w/dagger boards Port & Strbd for better upwind performance – All lines led to the cockpit – Electric winch, plus manual winches – and a full compliment of sails.

    If you are looking for a well equipped catamaran – in excellent condition – at a realistic price contact Jeff Sorgen (# removed)

    Equipment on Board: