Catamaran For Sale -- Naval Force Tropic 40 (Europe)

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Asking: $121,700 (USD) Location: Port St. Louis Du Rhone, France (Europe)
S/V Quinuituq is a Port St. Louis Du Rhone, France based 1999 Naval Force Tropic 40 Catamaran For Sale By Owner
This catamaran owner requires financial settlement only. Trades will not be considered.
This seller is open to offers via CatamaranSite escrow.

S/V Quinuituq is a Port St. Louis Du Rhone, France based 1999 Naval Force Tropic 40 Catamaran For Sale By Owner. Our boat has been loving cared for by three owners.

She is simple to operate under sail and power. She is reliable, well-built and well designed. She has seen the west and east coasts of North America, sailed around the world in 2017 and parts of the Mediterranean since 2018. Also she is a great sailing boat with no bad habits. She has a good bridgedeck height as well.

The boat was especially designed for two owners who know about long-term cruising. Therefore one hull is an owner’s cabin with a double-berth aft, lots of storage space in the center and a Lavac head in the front.

The main saloon and the cockpit are spacious and light filled with almost 360* visibility. The navigation station is quite large with lots of storage and easy access to the cockpit which has 3 lazarettes, 2 in sole compartments, shelving, the electronic displays and 2 compasses. And a swivel table.

Two to three guest beds are in the other hull and the main saloon. Workshop area  in the center of the portside hull with some tools and lots of spares. Quinuituq has a spacious and easy to use galley with lots of storage and a full complement of cooking equipment and tableware. She has sweet and seawater access here as well.


Specifications
Catamaran Name: S/V Quinuituq
Model: Tropic 40
Year Built: 1999
Builder: Naval Force
Construction: Composite
Loa: 39ft 4inches
Lwl: 39ft
Beam: 19ft 4inches
Headroom: 6ft
Draft: 3ft 1inch
Displacement: 12,700
Mast Height: 52ft 6inches
Bridgedeck Clearance: 3ft 2inches
Speed: 6.5 it’s engine
Fuel Tanks: 44gal
Water Tanks: 120gal
Cabins: 2
Heads: 1
Galley Location: Down
Engines: 2x Yanmar/3GM30F
Engine Hours: ~4000
Fuel Consumption: .6liters/hr
Sails: Furling jib with Profurl 42 furler
Fully battened mainsail
Furling genaker
Genoa
Storm jib
Lazyjack system

Layout Diagram

Catamaran Inventory

Construction

  • Underwater section iso-resin,fiberglass
  • Hull composite,10mm marine ply,fiberglass,epoxy
  • Deck composite foam, balsa core,fiberglass,epoxy
  • Beams epoxied red cedar,marine ply constructions
  • Paint 2 component PU

Accommodations

  • Owners cabin double berth with hanging locker, storage
  • 3 bunks singles various locations
  • Lavac head with large storage areas

Salon

  • Large folding central table with storage underneath
  • Semi surround seating, storage under all and behind
  • Almost 360º viewing
  • Beds for offshore nights and siestas
  • Large navigation area with seat and storage
  • CD/radio tuner with built in compartments
  • Clear plexiglass door 10mm
  • Led lights at table

Galley

  • Large U shaped galley with lots of counter space
  • Storage above and below all areas
  • Forcé 10 propane stove
  • 2 SS sinks with sweet and sea water
  • 2 opening ports for ventilation with screens
  • 2 40liter refrigerators with separate controls
  • Lots of cooking equipment and tableware

Cockpit

  • Large cockpit with teak seating
  • Custom SS tubing Bimini
  • 3 deep lazarettes
  • Deep well with 4 cockpit drains and 2 drains in sole
  • 2 big storage areas under sole plus access to fuel tanks
  • Locker for liquid storage and fire extinguisher
  • Built in compartments for electronics and 12v receptacle
  • 2 Plastimo compasses, navigation repeaters

Electronics

  • Raymarine navigation computer
  • Raymarine wind, speedo and depth indicators
  • Raymarine ST 4000 autopilot cylinders x 3
  • 2 separate speedo systems
  • Horizon VHF/ coupled to newer AIS
  • Nasa Target receiver
  • 2 Plastimo compasses

Electrical

  • 12V DC system
  • 220V AC system with Trace 2512 inverter
  • 110/220V 40 Ah charger
  • 233 Ah Ni-Cd batteries
  • 6 Kyocera 66W solar panels on custom rack(no shade issue
  • 3 high performance solar regulators
  • 12V Katadyn water maker
  • 4 hi amp battery switches

Deck & Hull

  • Davits
  • Bridge
  • Swimming ladder
  • Cockpit table
  • Cockpit lighting
  • Lazarette storage x3, sole storage x2
  • Bimini top
  • Winch x2 Lewmar 40
  • Winch handle x2
  • Gybe-preventing mainsheet system
  • Bowsprit
  • Tiller x2
  • 2017 standing rigging

Sails & Rigging

  • Genoa furler, Profurl
  • Genoa 2017 20 m²
  • UV strip
  • Mainsail full batten 2017 40 m²
  • Staysail 10m²
  • Gennaker 70 m²
  • Lazy bag
  • Lazy-jack

Engines & Mechanical

  • Yanmar 3GM30F, x 2
  • Lots of spares and new parts
  • Refurbished 2007 in British Columbia
  • Compression tested 2018, all cylinders between 131-134

Safety & Miscellaneous

  • Dinghy AVON 2.80 M 2014
  • 2017 Mercury 6 hp annex engine
  • Anchor -22 kg 22kg Delta, bridle
  • 100 meters anchor rodes
  • Chain 60 meters, stainless steel
  • Electric windlass 1000 w
  • Bilge pumps electric, manual, electric in both engine compartments
  • Coastal armament to be revised (US standards)
  • Survival 4 pax, to be revised
  • Offshore jacklines
  • 12 fenders, various sizes with many dock lines various sizes
  • Antifouling 2022