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2010 Jeanneau 57 Yacht

19 October, 2012 by EVAN

About this Sailboat:

Boat Name
Perfect Wave

Builder: Jeanneau France
Designer: Philipe Briand
Keel: Fin
Hull Shape: Displacement

LOA: 58 ft 4 in
Beam: 16 ft 4 in
LWL: 50 ft 4 in
Minimum Draft: 8 ft 2 in
Displacement: 45415 lbs Dry Load
Ballast: 13448 lbs

Engine Brand: V W Marine
Engine(s) Total Power: 140 HP
Engine Model: VW TDI #M103-300-07
Engine Type: Inboard
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Propeller: Folding propeller
Year Built: 2010
Engine Hours: 1070

Fresh Water Tanks: 3 Plastic (135 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: 3 Plastic (255 Gallons)
Holding Tanks: 3 Plastic (60 Gallons)

Number of cabins: 4
Number of heads: 3

Electrical Equipment
Electrical Circuit: 24V

Outside Equipment/Extras
Electric windlass

Equipment on Board:

Raymarine C90/w Plotter @ Lower Nav station
Raymarine C140/w Plotter In Cockpit
Raymarine X30 Smart Pilot
(4) Raymarine ST70 displays
Raymarine RD24HD Radar
Nobeltec Software for Central, South America and Caribbean
2012 Laptop back up navigation system
(2) GPS antenna
New 2012 200 MHz Raymarine Fishfinder w/ inhull transducer
New 2012 Interface forward looking Sonar with thru hull transponder
Radar AIS transponder and transceiver

ICOM M-604 VHF marine radio w/ 6 dB antenna
ICOM M-504 VHF marine radio w/ 3 dB antenna
(2) 2011 Icom HM-162 Command mic III located at helm
Single Side Band – ICOM – IC MB802 SSB140
KVH 150 Fleet Broadband Satellite System # (# removed)
W / Thrane handset SN# (# removed)

Audio and Computer
External “Bullet” Wi-Fi booster mast antenna and Wi-Fi router system
Bose surround sound/ 12 subwoofer
3 Sony multi disk CD-DVD players
Samsung Plasma televisions (3 total)
32″ LN32B…(# AZA43CDS835841Z),
32″ LN32B… (# AZA43CDS717589F),
19″ LN19B…(# AZA134NS512693B)

Eno 3 Burner Propane Stove
Panasonic Microwave #nn-sf550
Vitrifrigo Top and front load Refrigeration unit
Vitrifirgo Top load freezer
Dometic CF-110 freezer in shop area
Uline Ice Maker (7lbs/day) # (# removed)-08-0021
Magma Stainless Steel BBQ
Breville Espresso machine

Misc. Options
NuVair dive compressor MCH6/3E (220v)
Brownie dual person Hooka system 120ft hose
4 scuba tanks, BC’s and Regulators
LED underwater lights (2) new 2012
Custom 4″ Stainless steel radar mast (radar, tracphone, VHF, outboard hoist)
Custom stainless steel davits added to bow for dingy
50 feet Custom stainless steel safety rails added around cockpit
2 Stainless steel surf/ kayak racks on aft rails
Custom “Cover Loft” Sunbrella Bimini and Dodger with starglass side curtains (cockpit 70% all weather)
Custom Sunbrella Outboard Cover
Fresh water wash down system at anchor locker and garage
V-berth conversion built in workshop and sail locker

8 – 12 V 160 amp Mastervolt AGM battery 1280AH (24V house bank) New 2012 (New In March 2012)
4 – 50amp 12V battery for Bow thruster
2 – 60amp Optima12V engine battery New 2012
1 – 60amp Optima12V generator battery New 2012
Outback 3500 Inverter Charger
Outback Charge Control
Xantrex Battery monitoring system
Solar System (2 ) 210 Sanyo solar panels attached to custom stainless support over bikini

White gel coat with gold stripes
New antifoul bottom paint 1/10/2012
Decks are natural teak
Toe kick and rub rail 5 coats of V-Spar marine varnish and 10 coats Polyurethane

Mast & Electric Winches
Mast Height 79′ 4″ (24.20 m.)
White painted alum sparcraft mast w/ in-mast furling system
main and genoa in great condition
Bamar Power furl Genoa (Genoa 135)
Forspar Custom 27′ Carbon Fiber Aluminum Spinnaker pole and rigging mast track mount
Harkin Power winches 2 ( 2 speed 24 volt 70 series) 2 ( 2 speed 24 volt 53 series)
Espresso Leather
Owner’s stateroom aft layout w/ head
2 forward state rooms w/ heads
Work Shop in V-berth
Teak & Holley floor boards

Safety gear
Revere 8 man life raft
2 Offshore medical kits
Ditch bag fully equipped with survival rations, hand water maker
3 Flare guns w/ flares
Hand held flare kit
1 ICOM hand held VHF radios
4 offshore auto life-vests
8 USGG type
2 50’ 1 30’Jack lines
4 safety lanyards

Jeanneau 57 Yacht
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