2001 Jeantot Privilege 435
FT. LAUDERDALE FL, US
MAJOR PRICE DROP TO INDUCE A SALE!
For sale by original owner
Private use only… Never Chartered
Four stateroom Two Head "Owner Layout"
Recent Upgrades to Electrical system and Solar Panels
If you are looking for a reasonably-priced, well-equipped and nicely-maintained "go anywhere" Sail Catamaran…this could be your boat !
Easy to see in Ft. Lauderdale
OWNER WANTS IT SOLD NOW!!
Full SpecsBroker's description
In the middle of a range spanning from 37 to 65 feet, the Privilege 435 includes a multitude of aesthetic, practical, and structural assets. The boat's hulls offer unquestionable qualities of balance and power. The result of hi-tech manufacturing technology, the Privilege 435 successfully combines speed, comfort, and ergonomics. Her polyvalent size destines her not only for ocean voyaging but also for family cruises with multiple stopovers. Her qualities of comfort and ergonomics are indicated by her broad and deep transom steps, and by the ease with which one gains level access to the circular cockpit that is free of any sheets. The sidedecks lead forward in complete safety, for access to the pod and the cabin and forward stowage lockers. Mast foot controls and the forepeak lockers are easily accessible and for a spell of relaxation, the trampolines can be enjoyed. Boasting a fleet of several hundred catamarans, accumulating thousands of miles under their keels, the Alliaura Marine Group shows the pragmatism and absolute care that has gone into the Privilege 435. Through the saloon door to port, the chart table groups together on two superimposed levels, the electronics and the electrical panels supplying the boat's various 12V and 220V functions. The saloon is immediately accessible from the cockpit. It enables comfortable and practical watches to be kept thanks to the panoramic view and the seaberth cleverly integrated into the saloon settee. For relaxation, meals, and cooking, the Privilege 435 provides comfort and pleasure thanks to the luminosity and visibility from the saloon and galley. Functional and ergonomic, the split-level duplex galley has been purposefully offset from the saloon by a step down, and is equipped with work surfaces, domestic appliances, and stowage. The cabins have two separate 160 x 200 cm beds. A sofa at the foot of the berths makes for easy dressing. At the head of the berth, there is a shelf for bedtime books, and along the side, low cabinets accommodate personal effects. Directly accessible from the forward cabins, a veritable dressing room occupies part of the forepeak. Both to port and to starboard, the aft cabins have generous living space. They are provided with a hanging locker, sofa, row of shelves, and end of cabin alcoves, without encroaching on the 160 x 200 cm berth identical to those in the forward cabins. In each hull, a head, independent from the rest of the boat, is fully equipped with all comforts including shower, washbasin, toilet, and locker. Thanks to the many deck hatches and portlights, airing is optimized by a system of dynamic forced ventilation. Finally, unanimously recognized by owners and professionals, the workmanship applied to the interiors remarkably illustrates the attention to detail, the luminosity and the warmth of the species of wood and the quality of the varnish work. An extremely qualified workforce, combined with the components, and the scrupulous selection of equipment suppliers, are the assets and guarantees with which The Privilege 345 is produced. The quality of the resins, cloths, foam sandwich cores and processes, has been approved by the best international certification organizations: Lloyd's, the Norwegian society Der Nordsk, and Bureau Veritas. The latter will deliver on demand a "Construction Monitoring Certificate". The Privilege 435 has all the attributes of performance: a sail - area displacement ratio optimized to offer comfort and performance while cruising, with more than 13 sq. meters - ton upwind and up to 26 sq. meters - ton off the wind. Depending on the owner's program, there is a choice between fixed fin keels or daggerboards, and appropriate hull lengths. A "Performance" version will satisfy the amateurs of strong sensations: it features a carbon fiber mast, daggerboards, Spectra sails, Max-Prop propellers, and stretched hulls. For the comfort of shorthanded crews, an "Easy Cruise " version provides a particularly complete answer: it features an in-boom furling mainsail, generator set, water maker, stretched hulls, fixed Bimini top, and 4 heads. With an 8-9 fractional rig, the Privilege 435 has a deck-stepped single spreader mast, balanced with cap shrouds and shrouds, forestay and baby stay. So, whatever the state of the wind and the sea, nothing is easier than adapting the sail area to the demands of the weather, and keeping the loads exerted on the mast in perfect balance. The safety of the Privilege 435 can also be demonstrated by its aptitude to maneuver and get out of delicate situations with her engines. Sail Drive power trains of 2 x 27 hp or 2 x 40 hp are available. Access to the engine compartments is either via a hatch in the cockpit, or from the aft cabins. These compartments can also house the generator set and the water maker. Large hatches located above the engines allow, if necessary, their rapid removal without risk of damage to the interior fittings.
Privilege 435 Specifications - Standard Equipment Layout o Fixed keels o 4 double cabins and 2 heads with shower o Deck approx 80 sq.m with built-in anti-slip o Cockpit of about 8 sq.m with numerous lockers o 2 trampolines in net Masting, Rigging and Sails o White painted aluminum mast of 17.75m, divided rigging 8-9 with 1 set of spreaders, fitted with: 1 steaming light 1 mooring light + tricolour light 1 mechanical wind vane 1 set of leather spreader boots 1 deck light 2 lazy-jack points 2 halyard cleats 5 rope clutches for halyards Mainsail car battens system o White painted aluminum boom of 6m, fitted with: 1 hardening traveler foot 2 lazy-jack cleats 4 sheaves blocks with jammers 6 lazy-jack points o Still rigging (white covered unless stay & diamond stays) 1 forestay 1 stay 2 lower shrouds 2 shrouds 2 diamond stays o Running rigging: 1 topping lift 1 genoa halyard 1x12 strand mainsail halyard 1 staysail-stormsail halyard 1 mainsail sheet 1 ST winch for halyards, main foot and reef lines 2 genoa sheets 2 mainsail traveler sheets 3 reef fines o Mainsail full 3 reefs - 689sq.ft. o Genoa on furling system - 506sq.ft. Deck Fittings o 1 deck shower o 1 swimming ladder in a transom locker with 2 s-steel handles o 1 stay shoe fitted with bow anchor roller & U bolt o 1 mast foot block for mainsail halyard returned to windlass o 1 mainsheet track with double traveler and 2 end-stops with sheaves o 1 self tailing winch for mainsail traveler sheets o 2 clutches for lines of mainsail sheet traveler o 2 s-steel U bolts for shrouds & lower shrouds o 2 white plasticized s-steel guardrails all around o 2 lifelines o 2 genoa tracks with cars, blocks and end-stops, on coachroof o 2 ST winches for genoa and mainsail on roof o 3 winch handles with holders o 4 single blocks for mainsheet & 1 clutch o 7 aluminum mooring cleats o S-steel pulpits with teak seat o Helmstation at coachroof with wheel & double bench o Genoa furler system o 150OW electrical windlass o S-steel plate for mooring chain protection o Rubber protection on aft transoms Interior Fittings o Wild beech veneer o Varnish applied in 3 coats, first coat in a polyurethane hardener o Floor is white fillet Streamfloor, no maintenance o Washable fabrics fitted on felt and not subject to rot, lining type "Bolon" o Curtains o Salon height under ceiling: 1.95m o C-shaped settee and relaxation area with microfibre fabrics o Escape hatch under starboard stairway o Beech veneer honeycomb ergonomic table with a folding leaf o 2 hideaway pouffes o Galley equipped with: Double sink and large working plans Escape hatch under floor Stowage cupboards 4 burner stove with surrounding s-steel protection & oven o Trash with top access o Fridge 120 L 12V o Galley-salon separation with a bar with dish stowage o Special light for chart table o Panels for electronic instruments and switches DC & AC o Opening tray for navigation equipment storage o Storage under chart table Port Hull o 1 hanging cupboard o 2 low storage furniture 1 set fridge 70L - freeze 70L, on 12V 1 storage furniture o 1 head with shower, washbasin, manual toilet and shower curtain, storage furniture, mirror and sanitary accessories o Forward 5.5 sqm cabin with: bed (2.00m x l.60m) transversal with slatted bases & mattresses 10 cm thick with at end, one rounded bench 1 low cabinet with bookshelf at head of bed 1 low cabinet with doors 2 drawers at end of bed o 1 dressing-room with hanging cupboard and shelves, separated from the forward cabin by a curtain o Aft 5.0 sqm cabin with: Bed (2.00m x l.60m) transversal with slatted bases & mattresses 10 cm thick 1 shelves column 1 set of storage alcoves above the bed 1 hanging cupboard 1 little bench Starboard Hull o Storage furniture under the Salon bench o Technical furniture o Light shaft above floor area o 1 hanging wet locker o 2 low storage furniture o 1 head with shower, washbasin, manual toilet and shower curtain, storage furniture, mirror and sanitary accessories o Forward 5.5 sqm cabin with: Bed (2.00m x l.60m) transversal with slatted bases & mattresses 10 cm thick with at end, one rounded bench 1 low cabinet with bookshelf at head of bed 1 low cabinet with doors 2 drawers at end of bed 1 dressing-room with hanging cupboard and shelves, separated from the forward cabin by a curtain o Aft 5.0 sqm cabin with: Bed (2.00m x l.60m) transversal with slatted bases & mattresses 10 cm thick 1 shelves column 1 set of storage alcoves above the bed 1 hanging cupboard 1 little bench Lay Out of the Deck o Central cockpit with scupper o 1 locker for 13kg gas cylinder, in store pod o 1 large self - emptying mooring buoy o 1 sliding white lacquered aluminum entrance door o 1 polyester cockpit table o 2 lockers under floor (1 for liferaft, with 2 accesses) o 2 handrails on coachroof o 3 benches with storage lockers o Salon: 3 deck hatches + 2 opening port-lights perspex windows o Aft cabins: 1 deck hatch + 1 opening hull port-light o Forward cabins: 2 deck hatches + 1 opening hull port-light o Gangways: 1 opening hull port-light o Forward bows: 1 deck hatch o Heads in the gangways: 1 deck hatch + 1 opening hull port-light Technical Lay Out o 2 Volvo 28 h.p. Sail-Drive, with three fixed blade propellers o 2nd access to engines via a hatch at the back of cockpit o Phonic isolation with foam o Clean paint in engines rooms Plumbing o 1 x 220V hot water boiler with engine exchanger o 1 x 12V pressurized water system with expansion jar o 1 x 420L aluminum fuel tank with gauge o 1 x 600L s-steel water tank with gauge o PVC draining with 1-4 turn seacocks o Ceramic mixer taps Electrical System o 1 x 50A battery charger o 1 x 220V shore power plug o 2 x 100A engines batteries o 5 x 100A batteries for lights & services o Halogen spots & lights in all the boat o 2 manual bilge pumps o 4 electrical bilge pumps o Above the chart table, electrical panel with1 voltmeter 12V DC with alarm, 1 ammeter 80A DC, 1 voltmeter and amperemeter 220V AC o Cigar lighter at chart table o 220V circuit with 3 outlets (navstation, galley, port gangway) o 2 x 12V outlets (navstation, galley) Electronics o Navigation station Raytheon ST60, wind vane-anemometer and depth sounder o Chart table VHF Shipmate RS8300 Misc o 8 fenders o 4 docking lines o 1 complete mooring (1x20kg CQR anchor + 25m chain + 50m line) o 2nd mooring (1x20kg BRITANY anchor + 25m chain + 50m line) o Antifouling
Hulls are constructed of Divinycell foam core and multidirectional glass fibers utilizing the vacuum bagging process. Kevlar reinforced keels. High stress areas are solid fiberglass. There are six watertight compartments with a watertight collission compartment with each crash bullkhead making this yacht virtually unsinkable.
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.