Naval Force 3 (FR) - Tropic 40

Naval Force 3 (FR) - Tropic 40
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Object Number: 437897
128,686
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Seller:
Markus Lastuvka
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Key Data
  • Shipyard / Manufacturer:
    Naval Force 3 (FR)
  • Model:
    Tropic 40
  • Category:
    Catamaran
  • Length:
    12.00 m
  • Width:
    6.00 m
  • Draught:
    1.15 m
  • Material:
    GRP
  • Year Built:
    1999
  • Weight:
    4500.00 kg
  • Fuel Tank:
    165.00 l
  • Freshwater Tank:
    350.00 l
  • Number of Engines:
    2
  • Engine Model:
    Yanmar
  • Drive:
    Diesel with Inboard
  • Engine Power:
    39 kW (54 hp)
  • Number of Cabins:
    3
  • Number of Berths:
    5
  • Number of Bathrooms:
    1
  • WC:
    Manual Toilet with Sink
  • Condition:
    Well Maintained
Equipment
Additional Equipment:
Bilge Pump, Radio, Rudder, Bathing Platform, Storage Box, Underwater Paint, Sails, CD-Player, Deck Hatch, Fire Extinguisher, Mooring Ropes, Seawater Desalination
Covers & Tarpaulins:
Tarpaulin, Sunroof, Shade Sail, Bimini Top
Interior & Layout:
Cooling Shelf, Cabin
Nautical Instruments:
Autopilot, Autopilot, VHF Radio, Anemometer, Sonar, GPS, Map Plotter, Compass
Pantry:
Refrigerator, Sink, Freezer, Cooker, Cooker
Sail & Rig:
Furling System, Self-tacking Jib, Boom
Technical Equipment:
Shore Connection, Liferaft, Solar Charger, Storage Room, Steering Compass, Battery, Bench, Searchlight, Tachometer, Anchor, Built-In Tank, Speedometer
Special Features
Long Keel
Comments
CHARAKTERISTICS QUINUITUQ

Circumnavigation Catamaran on the Homerun

Beautiful 40ft catamaran (12m) – ready to go
Light, fast, solid, safe, seaworthy, customs built
Fully equipped for live-on-board on worldwide voyages (watermaker, photovoltaics, etc.)
successfully crossed all oceans (4x Atlantic, 3x Caribbean, 2xPacific, 1x Indian Ocean) passed 3x the Panama Canal and rounded Cape of Good Hope, travelled 25.000 on current circumnavigation
Reliable bluewater crusing-yacht with proven capability
Excellent sailing performance in all conditions (tested 5 - 45kn wind speed)
top sailing performance within 24 hrs ( Etmal ).: 232 nm with 3rd. reef
Easy to handle (singlehanded Atlantic crossing done)
Easy to maintain and repair (all manuals on board) owing to simplicity
Outstanding condition, complete refit in 2017
Sale upon completion of epic dream-voyage

Value: 144.000 EUR

Location: Canary Islands (from May 2019)
Flag: Austrian
Travel details: instagram: syquini


Technical Data and Equipment:

12m x 6m catamaran (40 ft.)
According to Messbrief 11,98m length for marina-tariffs <12m
Draft 1,15m approx., keels allowing for beaching and improved ( sloping Finn keels for dry traps), good sailing behavior ( little drift on the wind )

Hull Underbody:
Vinyl-ester-hulls underwater, no threat of osmosis,
Quality-antifouling by Hempel (2018 in Darwin)

Topsides & Upperworks:
formstabiles Sperrholz und GFK-Überzug bringen hohe Stabilität bei geringem Gewicht
( information of previous owner: approx. 4,5 tons in ballast / empty
coach roof / deck structure: sandwich constructure with a core of balsa wood -> excellent climate below deck , pleasant interior temperature even in the tropics. ( we never used the 12V-ventilators that we were carying along )
elegant deck layout, toes friendly stepless

mast & rigging:
masthead 14m above deck level
all shrouds changed in 2017
practical + safe: running goods are mostly redirected to the cockpit, for turning / jibing / reef I do not leave the cockpit; so that alone rides are safe ( I crossed the Atlantic solo with Quini 2017 ).
special feature: The double mainsheet is also amazingly easy to handle in a stable and controlled manner, so that I wonder why not more sailors are transferring.
single-line reef system for mainsail
Profurl furling system for foresail ( grooves for 2 sails ) and self-turning system
furler for gennaker, is driven on mobile bowsprit
various reserve lines

sails:
mainsail 40m2 (2017)
Genoa 20m2 (2017)
2. Genoa 20m2 as a passat or reserve
gennaker ca 70m2
storm sail ( fortunately never used )

Engines:
2 x 27 HP (20 kW) Yanmar engines 3GM30F
with saildrives and folding propellors
2 generators renewed 2018
Morse-steering
spare filters, belts and impeller
Mercury 6 HP 4-stroke-outboarder (2017) with external fuel tank for dinghy
all manuals will be provided and handed over!

Electrics:
2 starter batteries (2016 and 2018)
2 separate AGM battery banks as a provider (2017) and backup
6 solar panels a 66.2 Wp
NASA battery monitor
WAECO sine wave converter (new 2017)
Sterling battery charger for shore power 230V
Generator (second hand, not used)
all manuals will be provided and handed over!

Electronics:
complete electronics by Raymarine, newly installed 2017 including new wiring
Chart Plotter and navigation Raymarine new (2017):
Navionics-Seachart (updated 2019, updates available until 2023)
AIS Transponder aktiv+passiv, Raymarine new (2017)
Autopilot Raymarine new (2017)
Trilog Raymarine new, featuring 2 displays at starboard and port side of cockpit (2017)
Echolot (Backup)
Chart Plotter Standard Horizon ( backup )
Autopilot display ( backup )
GPS Garmin ( backup )
Weather station Barigo
Clock Barigo
VHF Standard Horizon
Dual Marine Receiver and CD-Player, interior and exterior speakers
Receiver Target
3 separate Antenna ( VHF, AIS )
EPIRB Ocean Signal
All manuals will be provided and handed over!

Cockpit:
fixed Bimini top provides a shady teak cockpit
turnable teak table in the cockpit
2x compass in the cockpit ( portside / starboard )
Lewmar winches
2 swimming ladders

Ground tackle:
Iron-on anchor 25kg with approx. 60m stainless steel chain ( we have anchored safely at 35kn wind )
anchor winch 1000W ( Goiot )
plow share anchor ( spare anchor )
plate anchor with chain lead and anchor rope ( used as a rear anchor to limit the area of swaying )
Folding anchor for dinghy with chain forward and rope

8 long lines
8 fenders
Life raft 4 Pers. (new, 2017)
Dinghy (old, to be replaced)
Outboard engine 6 HP (new, 2017)

Watermaker:
New Katadyn-Watermaker (2017) Swiss high end quality product, delivers approx. 6L/hr powered by solar pannels (PV) which provides autonomy
Service kit (2017)

Tanks:
Water 2x 175L
Diesel 2x 70L + 25L day-tank
Several spare cans for reserve (water, diesel, petrol)

Galley:
Seawaterpump+freshwaterpump (incl. Filter)
2x 40L coolbox/freezer (2xDanfoss-compressor in engine room)
gas stoves, security switch
Gasheating
2 gasbottles in external sea tlocker

Bath:
fresh water pump (including filter)
LaVac vacuum toilet

cabin layout:
large, comfortable living room with separate salon bunk, dining table, corner seat (suitable as another guest buoy) and map table in desk format.
In the starboard hull the owner's cabin with double bed, "cupboard space", as well as bath and toilet.
In the port hull the large galley with gas stove, fridge, freezer, etc., a former studio and the cabin with berth in the foredeck.
Special foam mattresses adapt to body shape.
Sufficient storage space, backboxes, sail-locker, anchor box and separate walk-in engine compartments make this cat really spacious.

Condition and maintenance:

Since the construction 1998/99 "owner-maintained" and never chartered.
Since the purchase in 2014 together with 2 friends, we have renewed everything necessary in a comprehensive refit until the departure in November 2017, as you can see from the equipment list.
My motto is: keep it simple. If you really want to sail your boat (and not just park in a marina), keep everything as simple, accessible and easy to maintain as possible. This also makes the maintenance favorable..

Background:

Quini (short for “QUINUITUQ“, an Inuit-expression for patience) is a magnificent,widely traveled, light and fast ship. The previous owner, a German-Austrian couple, are Alaska fans, have designed this 40-foot catamaran (with much experience and prior knowledge of their first yacht) ingeniously designed for long-haul, build at Naval Force 3 in La Rochelle on a shipyard (Tropic 40), and sailed from Europe via Polynesia and Hawaii to Alaska and back again.

Quini is a fantastic sailing yacht with which I cross all the oceans and have almost orbited the world in the last 15 months. Unfortunately, my family did not sail at the beginning of the voyage, so I am leaving Quini at the end of the circumnavigation (expected to be in Arrecife / Lanzarote at the beginning of May), which of course will be not easy for me. She is thus ready for the Caribbean and / or next round with new owner.


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