Catamaran For Sale -- Nautitech 442 (Caribbean)

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Asking: $375,000 (USD) Location: Le Marin, Martinique (Caribbean)
S/V Bulle is a Le Marin, Martinique based 2011 Nautitech 442 Catamaran For Sale By Owner
This catamaran owner requires financial settlement only. Trades will not be considered.

S/V Bulle is a 2011 Nautitech 442 Catamaran for sale by owner. EU VAT paid. This is the 4 cabin 2 head charter version. The Nautitech 442 catamaran has a convenient, well-thought-out central cockpit and potential as a true bluewater voyager.

This yacht is a fully equipped and well maintained 44 ft catamaran from 2011 that has never been chartered, has no hurricane damages and has always been family owned. It is fully equipped for live aboard ocean crossing and off the grid sailing. Plenty of upgrades 2020-2022. Plenty of solar panels, so no generator needed. This catamaran is currently a full-time cruiser and will be delivered ready for you to carry on exploring the big oceans. The boat is currently cruising in the Caribbean.

This boat offers the perfect combination between performance and living comfort. It should not be compared to a Lagoon or Fountain Pajot sailing wise. This boat handles wind and waves better and our season best 24h average is 9.3kn (223 Nm) with kids onboard. So still safe and comfortable.

The outboard helms give a good view and control over the boat when you are under way. It also makes room for great social seating areas. When the weather is rough, use the auto pilot and stay dry in the large cockpit underneath the hard Bimini top. Since there is no fly bridge there is more space for a large and powerful mainsail with a boom low down for a lower pressure point.

4 cabins, 4 double berths with plenty of wardrobes and storage space. Berths are comfortable with new mattresses from 2020 Surrounded by rich and beautiful real-wood paneling. Many ports and hatches makes for an pleasant sleep.

The front cabin in each hull has a double bed, wardrobes and storage under the bed. There is an attached private bathroom with electric WC. Fresh water and sea water supply (specific request). The bathroom can also be entered from the passage way as it has two doors.

The rear cabin in each hull also has double beds, wardrobes and storages under the beds. There is an attached private bathroom with a shower. There is space to turn any of the bathrooms into a laundry room. The berths are equipped with blankets, pillows, sheets, towels, etc.

Port and starboard passageway door has a customized safety door for children, (specific request). There is a large forepeak storage in each hull that can easily be turned into kiddie/crew berths as mattress for both the forepeaks comes with the boat. Today they are used as storage space.

On the Bridge Deck is a u-shaped galley that is large and well planned. The saloon is open and light with panoramic 360 windows and ceiling windows. The folding dining table can seat 8-10 people but can also be divided into one smaller dining table and one lounge area with an adjustable sofa table. The kitchen is fully equipped. The sofa and the foldable table can also be transformed in to a double bed, ideal when you are on longer passages and want to sleep close to cockpit are or if you just want guests to stay over night. There’s also a comfortable and practical navigation station for piloting indoors when underway.

Led lightening throughout the indoor area.

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Upgrades 2020-2022

  • New bottom paint, anti-fouling (2022)
  • Changed sail drive seal (2022)
  • Changed all (6) house batteries (January 2022)
  • Sail wardrobe upgrade (2021)
  • Standing rigging (2020)
  • New dinghy (2020)
  • Watermaker (2020)
  • Solar panels (2020)
  • Trampoline (2020)
  • Continuously upgraded the running rigging
Catamaran Name: S/V Bulle
Model: 442
Year Built: 2011
Builder: Nautitech (La Rochelle, France)
Designer: Mortain & Mavrikios
Construction: Fiberglass
Loa: 44'
Lwl: 42.5'
Beam: 22.3'
Headroom: 6' 6"
Draft: 4'
Displacement: 20286
Mast Height: 50'
Bridgedeck Clearance: 2.75
Speed: 9 Knots
Fuel Tanks: 400L
Water Tanks: 830L
Holding Tanks: 50
Cabins: 4
Heads: 2
Galley Location: Up
Engines: 2 Volvo Penta D2-40F approx.
Engine Hours: 2500 hours
Fuel Consumption: 2L; @ 7kn; 1 Engine;
Sails: Mainsail: Modified to fit, Elvström triradial with fathead. 5 full batten and 3 reefs
Genua: Modified to fit, North Sails 3Di Nordac with mounted silver/grey sun cover
Code on Selden CX15 furler
Gennaker: Modified to fit, Albatross sail with North Sail sock

Layout Diagram

Catamaran Inventory


  • 4 Full Cabins with Queen sized beds hanging closets
  • Under berth storage, top hatch, side port hatch,
  • LED lightning
  • 2 Crew Forepeak Cabins with single berths
  • 2 Bathrooms with toilets
  • 2 Bathrooms with showers
  • Hot and cold water, vanity and mirrors


  • Dining table can seat 8-10 people
  • Led lightening throughout the indoor area.
  • Saloon is open and light with panoramic 360 windows
  • Adjustable sofa table


  • Upstairs is a u-shaped galley that is large and well planned.
  • 3 burner stove
  • Propane oven
  • Galley Tap fresh water
  • Galley Tap salt water
  • Galley Tap drinking water with special filter
  • 12V Fridge
  • 12V Freezer
  • Double Stainless Steel Sink (with hot and cold fresh water)
  • 830L (300L x 2 + 115L X 2) fresh water tanks
  • Watermaker 60L/h


  • Radar Raymarine RD418D
  • Chartplotter Raymarine C95 on Scanstrut pod (WiFi communication with tablet or mobile phone)
  • AIS Class b Transponder Raymarine 650 & Splitter 100
  • Raymarine ray49E fixed VHF
  • Portable ICOM - IC.M910
  • Furuno GPS
  • Raymarine Autopilot (x 2, main and backup, one hydraulic cylinder on each rudder)

Navigation Equipment

  • Radar Raymarine RD418D
  • Chartplotter Raymarine C95 on Scanstrut pod (WiFi communication with tablet or mobile phone)
  • AIS Class b Transponder Raymarine 650 & Splitter 100
  • Raymarine ray49E fixed VHF
  • Portable ICOM - IC.M910
  • Furuno GPS
  • Raymarine Autopilot (x 2, main and backup, one hydraulic cylinder on each rudder)


  • 390 W (3 X 130) solar panels on davits and 290 W (2x145) on bimini
  • 220 outlets, 12 v USB chargers
  • Batteries bank: 2 engine batteries NEW February 2022, 6 service batteries AGM Duracell (6 x 110 AMP)
  • Inverter 500W
  • Victron BMV700 battery monitor

Deck & Hull

  • Port electric winch (Harken)
  • Code furling line brought back to the port helm station (specific request)
  • Upper arch stainless steel helm station (specific request)
  • Helm and winch covers
  • Standing rigging (2020)
  • Main halyard brought back to the helm station
  • Selden code furler CX15
  • Lazy bag (2020)
  • • 5 part cover to enclose outside seating area (2020)


  • Massive Cockpit that is fully closed (no walk-thru) making it extra safe for young kids.
  • Cushions
  • 2 Storage lockers plus propane locker

Sails & Rigging

  • One of the owner of the yacht is a sail maker so a lot of time and love has been spent on the sail list.
  • Modified Mainsail, Elvström triradial five full battened, three reefs, 2018
  • Modified Genua, North Sail 3DI Nordac, 2021
  • Code 0
  • Gennaker with sock. Modified Albatross 2017
  • Running rigging continuously upgraded, e.g main sheet, main halyard, traveler lines all NEW January 2022
  • The old mail sail and genua are kept as spares on the boat.
  • New flood light LED NEW 2022

Engines & Mechanical

  • 2 Volvo Penta D2-40F approx. 2500 hours
  • A generous collection of spare parts, such as a brand new alternator, filters, belts, impellers.


  • Dinghy 3D Tender hypalon 3,20m on davit, (2020)
  • Aluminum bottom
  • Tohatsu two stroke 9.8 hp engine


  • Life raft, BIB Plastimo Transocean 10 ISO 9650, serviced until 2023
  • 5 personal beacons AIS MOB1 Ocean signal 2018
  • EPIRB 1 2018 beacon
  • 2 auto inflate life vests with spares
  • Dan Bouy (New 2022)
  • Fire extinguishers
  • Parachute anchor
  • Life lines
  • Netting all around

Anchor & Docking

  • Spade 25kg anchor (2020)
  • 60 m 10 mm chain, 40 m rope, 18 mm (2020)
  • Windless
  • Spare anchor
  • Numerous fenders
  • Numerous docking lines in different lengths


  • Watermaker Dessalinator; 60l/h (2020)
  • 40L water heater
  • Air heater Wallas
  • WIFI and 4G amplifier
  • Fans in 3 berths
  • Custom made wind scoops
  • Custom made deck bags for e.g halyards and sheet
  • Plenty of spare parts

Spares and other equipment

  • There is plenty of other equipment and spare parts. Everything to make your further journey as easy as possible.
  • Fenders and lines for docking
  • Spare and extra lines
  • 220V high flow pump
  • Water tank 30L x2
  • Gasoline jerry can x2
  • Fuel feeder x1
  • Diesel jerry can x3
  • 3 large gas bottles
  • 2 small gas bottles for barbeque
  • Shore power supply cable plus extension
  • 20m water hose with various fittings
  • 220v portable washing machine
  • 2 auto bilge pumps
  • 1 shower pump
  • 1 sea water pump
  • 2 Doulton ceramic filters for drinking water
  • 1 spare tap for drinking water
  • Toilet spare parts
  • Goiot window spare parts
  • Plumbing, various fittings
  • Raymarine seatalk cable and connector set
  • Main sail batten end x2
  • Main sail slides x2
  • 1 used gooseneck in spare
  • Winch maintenance kit
  • 12v drain pump
  • An alternator for D2-40F
  • 3 Volvo alternator belts
  • Sail drive anodes, impellers, filters, temperature probe, oil, coolant, etc.
  • 2 belts, filters and connectors for the watermaker.
  • Lot of tubes of different diameters and lengths.
  • Life jackets
  • Sail repair fabric
  • Safety harnesses
  • Boxes of all kinds
  • Binoculars
  • Port guides French and English
  • Charts
  • Sun protections over trampoline
  • Winch handle
  • Foldable bike
  • Children bike
  • Child car seat
  • Foldable child seat for table
  • SUP x2 plus electric inflator, bags, daggerboards and paddles
  • Inflatable water toys.
  • Etc.