GRAND SOLEIL 43 Botin & Carkeek

GRAND SOLEIL 43


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  • Grand Soleil 43 Botin & Carkeek 2008• Nom: GUMA
    • Pavillon: français
    • Chantier naval: Cantiere di Pardo
    Dessign: Botin & Carkeek
    • Certificat: CE A
    • Matériau: Fibre de verre
    • Longueur totale: 13,25m
    • Longueur de coque: 12,95 m
    • Longueur en flotaison: 11,40m
    • Largeur: 3.95m
    • Tirant d’eau: 2,30m
    • Ballast: 2,850 kg de plomb
    • Déplacement: 8.900Kg
    • Cabines: 3
    • Toilettes: 2
    • Capacité d’eau: 400 L
    • Marque moteur: VOLVO PENTA
    • Puissance: 55 HP
    • Capacité de carburant: 230 L
    • Prix: 135 000,00 € TVA incluse

Documentation:
Pavillon français TVA payée

Moteur
VOLVO PENTA 55CV. 1800 heures Transmission par voilure. FLEX OR FOLD Hélice repliable à 3 pales.
Vitesse de croisière 2300 t / mn 6.8 noeuds
Vitesse max 3400 tr / min 8.2 nœuds

Construction
Cantiere del Pardo maintient la coque dans le moule pendant 10 jours, tandis que l’assemblage de la structure en fer, ajuste la quille et le safran, le moteur est installé, l’électricité et la plomberie. Ce système élimine tout type de torsion postérieure dans l’assemblage.
La coque est composée de 12 couches de tissu unidirectionnel avec résine vinylester et gel coat isophtalique. La structure en fer est composée d’une poutre centrale sur laquelle sont montés le mât, le bras oscillant et le moteur. Avec 5 nervures transversales sur lesquelles reposent les cloisons. Un renfort en acier inoxydable relie le gréement ferme à cette structure. La couverture est laminée à la coque avec de la résine époxy. Tous les raccords de couvercle sont vissés sur des plaques en acier inoxydable préalablement laminées sur la couverture.
De cette manière, un ensemble solide, robuste et compact est obtenu, qui définit les caractéristiques de la navigation et la durabilité de ce bateau.

Voiles
Dacron semi-battened avec 2 ris en très bon état. Rolling Genoa Dacron 130% neuf, jamais utilisé. Triradial roll-up Gênoa 105% en bon état.
Code D sur emmagasineur. Spi simetric avec tangon.
Winch électrique des drisses sur le roof HARKEN 44ST2 2012. 2 winchs primaires upgraded HARKEN. 2 winchs HARKEN spi. Gréement dormant nouveau 2016. Génois enrouleur sous pont 2012 HARKEN. SPARCRAFT mât 3 barre a fléches.

Électronique
RAYMARINE: Pilote automatique ST6002. Wind ST 60. Fondeur ST 60. Affichage GRAPHYCS ST60. Écran multifonction LOWRANCE ELITE 7M 2017. AIS VESPER MARINE 2012. GPS FURUNO GP32. IPad avec cartographie NAVIONICS et logiciel INAVX.

Équipement de pont
Pont et Cockpit on teck, table de cockpit teck 2018, guindeau LEWMAR 1000W, la chaîne de 30 m de 10 mm + ancre DELTA 18 kg, 16 kg ancre BRITANY + 10m chaîne de 10 mm, Capote, couverture globale, coussins de cockpit, douche de cockpit, lumière de cockpit sous bôme, roue recouverte de cuir, porte latérale, etc.
Annexe 3D TENDER (16kg) 2017 + moteur HONDA 2,5cv 2017

Distribution
Cabine d’armateur à l’avant avec lit central, grande armoire et salle de bain avec douche. 2 cabines doubles symétriques à l’arrière, toilettes, couloir avec banc central, cuisine L à tribord, table à cartes à babord.

Confort intérieur
Ambiance Mediterranée: Armoires intérieures en acajou verni, sellerie blanche, sols en teck classiques, etc …Banque centrale dans le salon, réfrigérateur électrique ISOTHERM, EUROWAVE micro-ondes, réservoir de WC, salle de bains avec douche séparée, armoires avec éclairage intérieur, 60L d’eau thermale chaude, dessalinisateur DESSALATOR 60LH, système de pré chauffage, moustiquaires, réservoir d’eaux usées, etc. …

Électricité
Circuit électrique 12v / 220v, chargeur de batterie VICTRON 46 Ah, 5 batteries 90 Ah 2017, batterie 85Ah, gestionnaire de batterie MASTERVOLT. Panneau solaire 68W. 60Ah alternateur supplémentaire.

La sécurité
Équipement de sécurité pour 6 personnes. Radeau de sauvetage Balise

Observations
Bateau du second propriétaire. Entretien impeccable Améliorations constantes :
Entretien Dernières interventions à souligner

Peinture antifouling May 2019
• Peinture antisalissure en avril 2018
• Révision du moteur en juin 2018
• Revue du radeau de sauvetage en 2018
Vannes de coque: septembre 2018
Table de cockpit en teck 2018
Toutes les bateries 2017
Nouveau greement dormant 2016
• Radio Beacon Review 2016 

Catálogo        http://pdf.nauticexpo.com/pdf/grand-soleil/brochure-grand-soleil-43newing/20173-797.html

Tested by Cruising World
If you’ve spent any time sailing in Europe lately, you’re probably familiar with Grand Soleil’s racy performance cruisers. For 30 years, the Italian yard Cantiere del Pardo has built high-quality sailboats designed by the likes of Germán Frers and Judel/Vrolijk & Co. In the same tradition, this Grand Soleil 43 came from Botin Carkeek Yacht Design, a Spanish firm whose designs dominate European raceboat circuits.
With a tapered cabin house, uncluttered decks, and elegant Italian interior design, the Grand Soleil 43 has a classic look. Like Botin Carkeek’s raceboats, the hull has a longer waterline, reduced wetted area, and a deep, efficient rudder and keel designed and built based on research by the automaker Ferrari’s aerodynamics department. The hull laminate consists of unidirectional fiberglass and vinylester resin, with a cross-linked PVC foam core called Termanto used above the waterline and in the deck layup.
Bonded inside the hull, an epoxy-coated galvanized-steel grid system absorbs the loads from the chainplates, keel, and mast step. Cruising World’s team of Boat of the Year judges agreed that the boat felt remarkably solid. The entire grid is accessible for inspection by way of screw-held sole panels.
The GS 43 has a sleek and purposeful deck, with halyards and reef lines led aft under the coachroof. Like many new designs, however, cabin-top handrails don’t extend ahead of the mast, so going forward in a blow may be dicey. I did find that the optional teak decking provided excellent traction and the side decks were easy to navigate. With the adjustable genoa tracks tucked against the cabin side, the only potential impediments are the outward-opening ports in the long cabin windows.
The deck and cockpit are set up primarily for racing, but the layout is also good for family cruising. The ergonomics of the entire cockpit are nearly perfect. The seats are wide and comfortable with well-angled coamings, and the teak cockpit sole is attractive and provides secure traction. Low coamings and long teak handrails make it easy to go forward, and the helm station is excellent. There’s an especially nice spot to windward when the breeze is up; the wheel pedestal is angled to make a splendid foot brace. Even short skippers will have good sight lines over the low cabintop.

Moving around the wide cockpit was easy, but I’d have appreciated foot braces. Our test boat was equipped with only one set of cockpit winches, so the mainsheet led to the cabin top, out of reach of the helm. With a second pair, the double-ended sheet can be led to primaries close to the helm, at either end of the traveler, and that’s an option most owners buy. The 12-inch bridgedeck, required for European Union certification, should do a good job of keeping the interior dry in case of boarding waves. The companionway boards have a neat self-stowing system, but when they’re closed, there’s a finger-width gap underneath, which is something to address before heading offshore.
For such a high-performance boat, the Grand Soleil’s interior is remarkably inviting, with cherry-stained mahogany and a wide-open feel. A choice of one or two heads is offered in the three-cabin layout. The substantial master cabin forward (with optional en-suite head) boasts a queen-size centerline berth. I always climb into berths and turn on the reading lights to see if they’re usable, and the Grand Soleil was up to my test.
In the main saloon, the C-shaped dinette includes a stand-alone bench on centerline, which also provides back bracing for the cook in the in-line galley to port. The countertops have excellent fiddles, but the upper lockers lack any means of restraining the contents. The deep, stainless-steel double sink has an easily accessible seacock that may need to be closed against flooding when the boat’s well heeled on starboard tack. The small, two-burner stove has room to swing if the factory-installed rubber stop is removed; cruising cooks may want to install a stove guardrail.
I find it distressing that many new boats-even those intended for long-distance cruising-have navigation desks unfit for anything but half-size chart kits. Not this boat. While the nav area has lots of extra space in which to add more electronics and a desk ergonomically designed for laptop use, it also has space to spread out a full-size chart. The electrical panel is neatly installed, as are all of the systems, and drip rails under the ports help protect electronics from damage.
Opposite the nav desk is the main head and shower. Twin quarter cabins with standing headroom, hanging lockers, and double berths extend under the cockpit. The split mattresses allow lee cloths to be rigged for use as sea berths. Panels in each cabin and under the companionway ladder provide access to the engine.
On the day we test-sailed the boat, the wind was gusting into the low 30s. We assumed that we’d tuck in a second reef but soon realized it wasn’t necessary. With the genoa partly furled and one reef in the main, the boat felt solid and under control. The standard sails set very nicely when reefed, and steering was a dream.
The Grand Soleil should be a nimble upwind boat: Even in fairly heavy winds, steering through constant puffs with less-than-perfect sail trim, we tacked through 110 degrees while going more than 8 knots. On a reach in 25 knots the G.P.S. showed 8.4 knots speed over ground.
Under power, the 55-horsepower Volvo Penta saildrive and two-bladed folding prop moved the boat smartly at 7.0 knots at 2,500 rpm and 7.9 knots at 2,900 rpm.
The Grand Soleil 43 is seriously fun. After sailing it-and gushing about the exceptional helm, the stability, and the powerful big-boat feel-our team of judges noted the price: $ seemed low for so much boat. For club racing, daysailing, or coastal cruising, the Grand Soleil 43 deserves serious consideration. With a few minor additions and changes and an experienced crew, I wouldn’t hesitate to sail it offshore.

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The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information or warrant the condition of the vessel. The price of sale or the inventory can change without notice.

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