LOA:10.45m 34 3
LWL:7.60m 24 11
BEAM: 3.05m 10 0 DRAFT: 1.70m
DISPLACEMENT: 4,090 kg 8,998
BALLAST: 2000 kg 4,400 lbs
DESIGNED BY: G. Auzepy-Brenneur and
BUILT BY:Leo Bruckner Boats, St-Egreve, France.
YEAR BUILT: 1976 YEAR
CONSTRUCTION : GRP foam sandwich
RIG: Ketch with cutter head.. Aluminium spars.
Stainless steel rigging.
ENGINE: VOLVO MD2 15.5
STEERING: Wheel with Faryman
hydraulic drive. Rudderhead comes through the deck
for easy and seamanlike emergency steering.
AUTOPILOTS: Autohelm 3000
and Sargent autopilot.
GROUND TACKLE: 3
Brittany anchors with chain and warp.
FUEL: 75 ltrs 16.5 imp gals
SAILS: Old main.
New main. Old
mizzen. New mizzen.
Genoas No. 1, No.
2, No. 3.
DINGHY: Bombard inflatable
Last serviced 96
FREE POWER: Rutland
GALLEY: 2 burner gas cooker. Microwave 220 V.
Refrigerator, 12V, 220V,
ACCOMMODATION: To starboard the forecabin has a single berth with
pipecot over. To
port are deep built-in storage bins.
The saloon has a dinette (which converts to a double
berth) to starboard and the galley to port.
Aft of the dinette is the large, angled chart table
with drawers under. The
walkway to the aft cabin has the heads to starboard. The aft
cabin has a double berth with lockers to starboard.
There are generous hatches for each cabin giving the
neat layout an airy feel.
Interior trim is mahogany.
DECK LAYOUT: Flush
deck with small cockpit well so that seating is at deck level.
There is a deep steering
well with removable astrodome-type cover.
OTHER: TV and video. 4 band radio.
Warps. Tools. Spares.
An unusual yacht designed to meet uncomfortable
conditions with panache.
From the echoes of Moitessier in the astrodome to the
low wetted surface of the slippery hull and the very
satisfying near 50% ballast ratio she is the antithesis of
modern French commercially orientated yachts and yet as French
as the good brigadier Gerard.
This is a passionate design for an individualist who
knows what the sea can do and would not care to meet it in a
thinly disguised underpowered motor-sailer; the up to the
minute sloop with 30% ballast ratio and a half rolled genny
about as useful upwind as a potato sack.
The keel is a long fin.
The deep vertical rudder is mounted on a goodly skeg.
The cutter headed rig will give flexibility
without the need for too much sail changing.
Masses of storage space make longer cruises
easier to cater for and could be used for more fuel and water
The condition of this yacht appears neat,
seamanlike and seaworthy at a moments notice. The exterior is
well painted and unmarked, the interior fresh though lived in
and not pristine. The
owner is a single-hander who has lived on board for a number
of years whilst cruising the Mediterranean.
For health reasons he has decided to swallow the anchor
for a while which means that the boat comes equipped with his
At the price asked she is a great deal of boat for the
£15,750 Sterling -