Catamaran For Sale -- Freydis 46 (USA)

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Asking: $399,000 (USD) Location: Norfolk (USA)
S/V Andanza is a Norfolk based 2005 Tournier Marine Freydis 46 Catamaran For Sale By Owner
This catamaran owner requires financial settlement only. Trades will not be considered.

S/V Andanza is a 2005 Freydis 46 catamaran for sale by owner. This is hull no.19, built in Soubise (France) by Tournier Marine. Designed by Erik Lerouge. This model has a stellar reputation and this particular unit is extraordinarily equipped, and was very well taken cared of and much improved by us since purchase in 2015. French flag EU VAT paid.

This a 3 cabin 2 bath “Owners’ Version” model. Where one hull is dedicated to an owners suite with a large bath/shower. You will not find a similarly equipped boat with such build quality.

About $100,000 was invested in a 2015/2016 refit, and about 100000$ over the 2015 – 2022 period for continuous improvements. If not all, at least a vast majority of all these cruising life tricks and gear have be implemented to Andanza. We know because we’ve been testing and optimizing for seven years, 25000 miles and 12 countries! Shiny boatshow gelcoat is nice, but what matters is a proven boat. Andanza crossed the Atlantic 5 times both ways. You can trust her to take you safely anywhere.

A truly blue water fast machine, with an emphasis on safety and autonomy, 100% turn key. Spare parts and tools are already stocked labelled and organized : just add your personal preferences for gear and go!

Full detailed and dated maintenance track record since 2015 and unlimited support for seamless transfer of ownership.

EDIT 06/15 : because I am tracking down the engine certification papers in order to import the boat in the US, it is now my understanding that for now I am to mention here that our boat is “NOT FOR SALE TO US RESIDENTS IN US WATERS”. But I’m working on it and I’ll find a way for US buyers willing to import it to be able to do so (which isn’t always necessary depending on what your intentions are, where you want to sail, etc.). Just mentioning this here to be square with the US government requirements. Thanks for your understanding, hopefully I’ll be able to remove this mention soon.

Yannick



Specifications
Catamaran Name: S/V Andanza
Model: Freydis 46
Year Built: 2005
Builder: Tournier Marine
Designer: Erik Lerouge
Construction: Sandwich foam (Airex)
Loa: 46ft
Lwl: 46
Beam: 25ft 7in.
Headroom: 6ft 7in.
Draft: 4ft
Displacement: 26000 lbs
Mast Height: 72ft
Bridgedeck Clearance: 3ft 6in.
Speed: 6 motoring to 19.5 sailing (our record)
Fuel Tanks: 90 gal / 340L.
Water Tanks: 106gal / 400L.
Holding Tanks: 26 gal. / 100L.
Cabins: 3
Heads: 2
Galley Location: up
Engines: 2 x Lombardini LDW 1404 (Kubota blocks) sail drive
Engine Hours: 3800
Fuel Consumption: 0.6 gal/h 1 engine 6 kts
Sails: Mainsail : full batten triple reef 10oz Hydranet 850sqft (79m2) (2015)
Genoa : Hydranet 517sqft (48m2) (2015)
Code 0 : Laminated twaron, tafettas, mylar 1100sqft (102m2) on Colligo CN5 furler with torsion line (Purchased used in excellent condition in 2021)
Spinnaker : Nylon 1.5oz 2150sqft (200m2) with sock (2019)

Catamaran Inventory

Construction

  • Sandwich Airex foam with glass and polyester
  • Kevlar reinforcements below the waterline
  • Bottomjob : Coppercoat (2017)
  • Boat can beach on its « mini keels »
  • Rudders were rebuilt with epoxy foam and bearings were changed (2019)
  • Note : while it is not certified, this boat cannot sink because of the sandwiched foam

Accommodations

  • Main cabins :
  • Double bed : 55in. x 79in.
  • Digital wall clock
  • Caframo fans
  • Reading lights
  • 220V sockets
  • Thermostats (for heating)
  • Book shelves
  • Plenty USB charging ports
  • Above head screen mount with power in the starboard cabin (used to have the anchor alarm on an iPad mini)
  • Port front cabine :
  • Two bunk beds with storage underneath
  • Reading light
  • Caframo fan
  • Port « guest » bathroom :
  • Manual pump head direct discharge, pump and hose new 2022
  • Stainless steel sink, mirror
  • Storage
  • Starboard « owner » bathroom :
  • Manual pump head black water tank discharge (wiring present to switch to electric)
  • Sink, mirror
  • More storage
  • Entertainment :
  • Samsung widescreen TV with sound bar and subwoofer
  • Ethernet and HDMI network : allows you to hook and NAS storage / your computer to display your computer screen on TV
  • Fusion sound system (Bluetooth) 2 speakers indoor / 2 speakers outdoor

Galley

  • U shaped and on the bridgedeck : designed to liveaboard
  • 2021 new countertop and mirror stainless steel double sink
  • 2021 Induction cooktop 1800W+1200W burners; propane is still an option as the hoses are still installed
  • Eno propane stove
  • 2021 rebuilt in top loading fridge 7.8cu.ft (220L) and freezer 5.5cu.ft (156L) with lid vaccum insulated; all double seal, magnetic, and a fan in each to help air circulation. Lit by LED
  • Frigoboat watercooled compressors with digital thermostat (2021)
  • 2019 Acuva UV LED sterilizing system with dedicated filter for drinking water
  • Sea water faucet with foot pump
  • True espresso machine
  • Ice maker
  • Microwave
  • Thermomix equivalent called « Monsieur cuisine »
  • Breadmaker : we use it all the time for bread and cakes

Electronics & navigation

  • Helm :
  • 2021 B&G Zeus 2 9in.
  • 2016 Triton 2
  • Classic Plastimo compass
  • Support for iPad 12.9in. + 10in. with USB ports
  • 2021 B&G Precison9 digital compass
  • Chart table :
  • 2016 B&G Zeus Touch 12in.
  • 2016 B&G VHF V50
  • 2016 H50 portable handset
  • Analog clock + barometer (Vion)
  • Autopilots :
  • 2021 Main : B&G NAC3 + Raymarine RAM T2S
  • 2019 Secondary : CPT Autopilot (totally self contained, not dependent on NMEA2K)
  • 2021 Bluetooth remote control : sit at the bow and control the boat
  • 2019 Radar : B&G Broadband 4G
  • Sonar :
  • 2016 B&G DST200 (speed, depth, temperature)
  • 2016 B&G Forward Scan
  • All B&G data can be displayed on phones/tablets with the GoFree wifi system
  • Weather :
  • 2018 Iridium Go satellite weather email and web with outdoor antenna
  • Furuno FAX30 : get weather for free thousands of miles away
  • 2016 NAIS-400 (emits and receive, can be silenced in emission)
  • 2022 CV7-RM Ultrasonic wind instrument
  • Sena SPH10 bluetooth headset for crew coordination : talk without yelling in the wind, at night, up the mast to the bottom of the bilge
  • 2019 Portable VHF
  • Night vision scope : useful to spot small fishing boats for instance, or getting in an anchorage in the dark
  • Public Address : located on the davits, connected to the radio microphones

Electrical

  • The boat is 24V and 12V / 220V AC
  • Solar : 5 panels
  • 2021 3x340W on bimini,
  • 2019 2x335W (orientable) on davits
  • Total 1690W
  • 4 x MPPT regulators : Victron 1 x 30A + 3 x 20A to make each panel a independent system i.e not affected by shade on other panels
  • Alternator : Mastervolt 75A/24V with smart regulator lithium compatible
  • Mastervolt MV Easy monitor LCD screen
  • Mastervolt distribution and shunt
  • 2021 Batteries : 595Ah / 24V lithium well designed system
  • 2 individual 8x3.2V/280Ah 24V batteries (redundancy) = 560Ah / 24V
  • Safety AGM battery in parallel = 35Ah
  • Heating pads for lithium : batteries can be charged and used in cold weather
  • Bluetooth detailed monitoring on phone/tablets
  • Many boats are 12V, to compare remember that this system is equivalent to 1190Ah / 12V
  • Mastervolt Mass Combi Ultra 3500W (peak 7000W) -100A is an inverter (24VDC to 220VAC) combined with battery charger (100A) and an MPPT solar controller (not used in favor of the 4 x Victrons)
  • Galvanic isolator : installed to prevent stray current while plugged in marinas; has a visual alarm that will tell you if it is blocking stray current
  • Extra long power cord for shore power

Deckware

  • 2020 trampoline polyester 13mm net
  • Swim ladder
  • Emergency tiller
  • Toerail
  • Electric seawater deckpump
  • Blocks for symetrical and asymetrical spinnaker
  • Genoa sheet tracks
  • Davits : tender is raised manually with one or two people. It is also the support for two solar panels and most of the antennas (HF, GPS, wifi, 4G, radar)
  • Lifelines with nets : was installed for kids, easily removed if so desired
  • Lights : navigation lights, anchor light deck light; the anchor light can also be turned into a backup navigation light
  • Fenders : 2 large spherical, multiple regular fenders (with covers) and high quality foam rectangular fenders with a PVC side and a soft side all with hooks for fast installation on the lifelines; there are more fenders than needed to guard it all around in a marina when you're not around
  • Cockpit can be completely enclosed with Sunbrella
  • Sunshade for the salon
  • Bugscreen for hatches and portholes

Sails & Rigging

  • Mast : aluminium rotating wing mast from Maréchal 86sqft (8m2, that’s the fourth reef!)
  • Mainsail track : roller bearing (Harken)
  • 2016/2019 Sidestay + runners : synthetic Colligo Dux rigging from Colligo Marine
  • 2019 Headstay : steel 14mm Hi-Mod reusable non swaged fittings
  • 2015 Mainsail : full batten triple reef 10oz Hydranet 850sqft (79m2)
  • Lazybag
  • 2020 Lazyjack made with low friction blocks
  • Mainsheet track with 5:1 pulleys (Harken)
  • 2015 Genoa : Hydranet 517sqft (48m2)
  • 2022 Furler : Facnor LS290 furler
  • Code 0 : Laminated twaron, tafettas, mylar 1100sqft (102m2) on Colligo CN5 furler with torsion line; sail bought "used as new" in october 2021 in Annapolis
  • 2019 Spinnaker : Nylon 1.5oz 2150sqft (200m2) with sock
  • Aluminium bowsprit : 7ft (2.2m) all new improved and stronger installed late 2021 for new Code 0 along with bobstays reinforcements with stronger backing plate, extra layers of glass epoxy
  • Winch : total of 7 (Harken) all carefully maintained double speed models (regularly taken apart, cleaned, oiled, greased) :
  • 1x44 : on the mast
  • 2x53 : on the roof
  • 2x46; 2x48 : on the sides of the cockpit
  • Running rigging : various generations all functional, some polyester, some Dyneema core

Engines & Mechanical

  • Main engines : Lombardini LDW1404 (39HP) 3500h
  • Transmissions : Saildrive SD1404 (seals and bearings changed 2020) + header tank to check the oil (as opposed to the usual closed saildrive system : no more guessing about the integrity of the seals, just check the color of the oil)
  • Diesel tanks : 2 x 45 Gal. (2 x 170L)
  • AGM 12V start batteries from Duracell (2021) with a trickle charge system from Sterling power linked to the house batteries. When the house batteries are full, excess solar is charging the start batteries
  • Clear glass diesel water separator makes checking diesel cleanliness easy. Biocide in diesel was always used and never got any clogged filters
  • Propellers : feathering J Props
  • Automatic and manual fire suppressing system for the engine/generator rooms
  • Generator : Onan MDKBH 4kVA 2150h with external control panel in the salon. Electrical part (the whole alternator side) was replaced in 2021. All serviced in may 2022

Fresh water

  • Structural 106 gal (400L) tank with 3 inspection ports
  • Pump with 8L accumulator to minimize cycling
  • Faucets in the galley, bathroom, shower and outdoor shower
  • Hot water : either from the starboard engine or AC electric

Tender

  • 2019 3D Tender Hypalon RIB 10.5ft (3.2m)
  • 2022 2 stroke new Yamaha 15HP with stainless steel antitheft device
  • 10 lbs (4 kg) anchor, chain, rode
  • Steel cable with locker to secure the tender
  • Navisafe tricolor magnetic mount light

Safety

  • Plastimo liferaft Transocean 24h+ ISO 9650-1 for 6 (next safety inspection march 2023)
  • Fully prepared ACR grab bag (food, survival gear, water, signaling device…)
  • EPIRB Kannad Safelink Sportpro+ (battery 2023)
  • IOR MOB pole with flag, buoy
  • Recovery line for MOB
  • Lifevests :
  • For crew : Spinlock Deckvest 5D x 2 + Deckvest Cento (child or teen compatible) + AIS MOB1 (Man Over Board beacon, water automatic activation) + dyneema hook line and LumeOn life jackets illuminator
  • For passengers if needed : 4x self inflatable lifevest
  • West Marine foul weather gear
  • Ocean Signal AIS alarm system : will sound if an MOB1 beacon on the lifejackets is activated
  • Bilge pumps : 4 total + 2 manuals from the helm
  • Fire / smoke detectors :
  • Salon
  • Compressors / waterpump cabinet
  • Electric cabinet
  • Carbon monoxyde detectors : in both main cabins
  • 3 « Maus » fire extinguishers : will NOT damage electric wiring! www.mausdistribution.com
  • The « emergency locker » as we call it has all you need in case :
  • Plugs
  • Horn
  • Underwater epoxy
  • « Stay afloat » : stops any leaks
  • 220V AC Karcher SP5 pump 2500 gal/h (9500L/min)
  • Multiple flares, chemlights
  • Cordless grinder

Anchor & Docking

  • Windlass : Lofrans Tigre 1200W/24V with remote and chain counter
  • A camera can show on the B&G chartplotter screen where the anchor and chain are!
  • Anchor : Spade S160; tested at 55kts no dragging!
  • Chain : 300ft (100m) of 10mm Grade 70 Force 7 chain : much stronger than regular grade
  • Mantus bridle and massive chainhook
  • Spare anchor : Fortress FX-27

Miscellaneous

  • Tools :
  • Husky tool « bucket » with dozens of hand tools (screwdrivers, hammer, wire brushes, it’s a long list!)
  • Tankless compressor 1.5HP (tender, paddleboard, dusting,…)
  • Pressure washer
  • Small drill press (110V)
  • Cordless Ryobi tools and batteries from the One+ line :
  • Drill
  • Grinder
  • Sander (cornercat)
  • Sander (orbital)
  • Jigsaw
  • Lamp
  • And more
  • Vise
  • Hydraulic jack (yes it turned out useful on occasions)
  • Refrigeration kit : vacuum pump, canisters, leak detector… Know how to use it and you should never have to look for the rare « marine refrigeration specialist ». And help other cruisers fix their fridge in the middle of nowhere!
  • Epoxy kit : everything to fix stuff
  • Glass
  • West system epoxy kit
  • Additives
  • Peel ply
  • Parts :
  • Engine and generator parts, all nicely organized in a large case with bins:
  • Impellers, filters, anodes,…
  • Spare starter
  • Spare raw water pumps
  • Spare alternator
  • Plenty of others parts for optimal autonomy
  • Deck hardware : blocks, cotterpins,
  • Oring kits (metric and SAE) and even a DIY oring kit for any size
  • Spare CO2 canisters for PFD
  • Spare batten for the mainsail
  • Chemicals : list is endless. It’s all you need to maintain, clean, grease, oil…
  • Other miscellaneous :
  • Paper manuals and documentation all organized in folders + a computer folder with all operating and installation manuals for all equipments, hardware and tools installed on the boat
  • Multiple yellow diesel and red gasoline jerrycans + 2 blue water jerrycans
  • Epson WF-100 wireless printer (small, ideal for that paperwork) + spare cartridges
  • Funnels
  • Extension cords with 220V plugs
  • Binoculars
  • Comforters, pillows
  • Paddle board
  • Bodyboard
  • Snorkel gear
  • Fishing gear

By Yannick

We bought Andanza in 2015 in Martinique. Brought it back to the US and sailed it back to Europe the next year. Since 2019 we lived and cruised aboard, sailing 25000 miles and visited 13 countries.
It's time for us to start a new chapter.
PS : it's an awesome boat;)