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Sea Spray Yacht Charters Ltd

Largs Yacht Haven

Registered in Scotland

Company No. SC495376

Boarding Pass 1  

Grand Soleil 43

Sister Ship


Grand Soleil recently celebrated forty years of producing award winning performance cruiser-racers that were built by Cantiere del Pardo. They are the epitome of ‘made in Italy’ design, performance and style.

Cantiere del Pardo’s success is linked to several models and several designers who have made a profound impact on the sector. The company has always relied on the top designers of the moment to develop designs with great personality, characterised by their excellent performance and unmistakable elegance. These distinguishing features make the Grand Soleil yachts icons of style and elegance. Today, the Grand Soleil brand epitomises an explicit lifestyle, embodied by a genuine passion for the sea, design, technology and innovation.

Boat Specification and Layout

Boat Specifications


Boat Specifications:


Length: 13.25 metres (43ft)

Beam: 3.95 metres (12ft 10ins)

Draft: 2.20 metres (deep keel)

Teak Deck

Engine Yanmar 56HP 4JH3E & Sail Drive

3 Bladed Folding Prop.

Roller Reefing Genoa

Electric Genoa Winches

Slab reefed Main Sail with drop bag

Fully battened Mainsail

Autopilot

Electric anchor windlass.

Dinghy & 4.0HP Yamaha Outboard

Cockpit chartplotter: Raymarine E80

Chart-table Chartplotter: Raymarine E80

VHF Radio: Raymarine 49E

Water:    450 litres

Fuel:      200 litres

3  double cabins, plus saloon conversion. Heads/showers: 2

Overnight Berths: 8

Suggested ideal overnight: 8 crew

Single Wheel Steering

Fridge & coolbox

Central Heating: Webasto

10 Life jackets on board

8 Man Liferaft

CD Player: Kenwood HDCW 4527

Fuel type: Diesel

Galley Cooker: Hob & Oven

 8 Berths

Year of Build 2004


Condition:

Skippers must hold RYA Yacht Master Offshore practical or equivalent experience.


Sleeping Areas/Bunks are shown in yellow

Heads are shown in buff brown

Galley is shown in blue

Chart Table is shown in dark yellow

Built in 2004 Boarding Pass has eight berths in three double cabins plus the main saloon. She is a 13-metre yacht, with luxurious accommodation and a fast hull which is not only quick but safe in all weather conditions.

She is built with elegant lines, a general sense of harmony and outstanding performance.  Careful thought has been given to all aspects of construction, but nowhere more so than on deck, where you will find simple but functional fittings and a generous sail plan; with all running rigging led aft to the cockpit.   Boarding Pass is a delight to sail.

The interior of the yacht has an air of quality: fore cabin with own heads, spacious saloon and linear galley which is situated to port, and then aft to where the two double cabins are situated.  All the equipment systems are sound-proofed, so your peace and comfort won’t be disturbed.

Externally this fine-looking yacht, with her stylish transom, has achieved the perfect balance between hull and deck volumes, and offers also a large and well protected cockpit, along with safe side decks to complete what is, without any half measures, a classic destined to remain forever beautiful. A good example of Italian style.

Outstanding construction quality, comprising galvanized steel reinforcing frame to receive the lead keel, keel-stepped mast, and the rigging loads. This together with a closed-cell foam core hull above the water line creates an extremely stiff hull with an ultra-low centre of gravity for unrivalled windward performance and overall speed. A true cruiser/racer!!

Every aspect of design has been carefully considered, resulting in a faster, stiffer, stronger and higher quality yacht in all areas. Technology and deck ergonomics make this not only faster, but easier to manage whilst sailing short-handed.

Boarding Pass I has a furling Genoa.  Her Main sail is slab reefed through leech lines brought back to the cockpit.  The luff points are secured using the cringles and rams-horn.  A very simple yet effective system.