Full teak on side decks and superstructure
This very well equipped and cared for Jeanneau was completed in December 2001 and put into use in 2002, by her current and also first owner.
In view of 'blue water sailing' and additional safety, the Kevlar-reinforced underwater hull has been preventively reinforced in the keel area, with laminating of the keel section.
In addition to the standard equipment and ventilation possibilities, the yacht is equipped with 6 additional air hoists. This is in addition to the 14 hatches that can already be opened, for optimum ventilation.
Possibility to create 4 cabins
3 separate tanks
Black water tank for toilet
Shower in head compartment forward cabin and separate shower in head compartment aft cabin
3-burner gimballed gas comfort
Large, double top loading cool box with cold element
This Jeanneau has a so-called modular interior, with which the large aft cabin can be split up and a layout with 4 cabins is created. From the shipyard, the bulkheads and assembly are prepared in such a way that the layout can easily be adjusted as needed. Without deviding bulkhead in the aft cabin, the yacht provides a spacious owner's cabin in the stern.
The decksal creates a light and pleasant saloon. Here you will find a large, raised round settee from which you have a panoramic view. Opposite the settee are, the saloon offers two seats, separated by the card table. A clear navigation panel makes it a pleasant navigation area and while used as seats, offers a cosy , yet comfortable larger saloon area. For the colder days, this Jeanneau has a Webasto diesel hot air heater, with outlets in all cabins. There is also a stainless steel Dickenson Newport diesel heater in the saloon, which provides a lot of warmth and cosiness. For the Webasto as the Dickensen stove, there is a separate diesel tank available. The upholstery is fitted out in, those days optional Alcantara (dirt and moisture resistant). Under and behind the various seats and floorboards there is plenty of storage space.
Approximately 950 hours
3-Blade screw with rope cutter
5x service batteries: 3x 105Ah and 2x Optima red (recent)
3 Solar panels
The yacht has 3 solar panels (320Watt), which keep the battery voltage of service batteries at a good level. This means that the cool boxes can be left on effortlessly, independently of shore power. To save energy consumption, the cabins are equipped with LED lighting.
Autopilot with heavier Lecomte & Schmidt linear drive on quadrant
Extra handheld GPS
Map plotter with possibility radar overlay
Second handset and loudspeaker in cockpit. Extra handheld VHF
Display can also be used as a repeater for navigation data and logging
- MPI bow anchor: improved version of Delta anchor and tested as exceptionally reliable up to 60 feet.
- 50 Meter - 10 mm anchor chain, plus 50 metre octo-layed anchor line
- Aluminium Spade anchor, suitable for up to 60 feet and equipped with 50 m lead line - 18 mm (1x used)
- Floating anchor, like new
This Jeanneau has been forseen with teak on all decks by the shipyard.
* Provisional specification subject to seller's approval
Very well equipped and cared for decksaloon yacht from first owner. After the Jeanneau S.O. 43DS was completed in December 2001, it was put into service in 2002. With the idea, to make larger voyages, the owner implemented many extras and improvements, so that the yacht could be used for 'blue water sailing'. Although this wish never came true, the owner was able to enjoy it from his home port.