Technologie Marine Entincelle 60 (Florida)

Presented By Alexis @ The Multihull Company

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Asking: $699,000 (USD) Location: Terra Ceia, FL, US (Florida)
S/V Cool Cat is a Terra Ceia, FL, US based 1999 Technologie Marine Entincelle 60 Catamaran For Sale By Broker
This catamaran owner requires financial settlement only. No trades.
Responses to inquiries may come from a broker, and this sale may include brokerage fees.

 

Etincelle 60 COOL CAT was built by the Tecna yard in Brazil, best known for the Dolphin catamarans. She is hull #3 of a series of 6 sisterships and was launched in 2000.

Tecna is a household name at The Multihull Company as it is the builder of the better known Dolphin 430 and Dolphin 460s. Our company sold a few dozen of the new Dolphin 430s/460s and we continue to sell them second-hand all over the world. They are known for quality of craftsmanship and outstanding sailing performance.

A carbon-epoxy construction, COOL CAT is designed and built for reliable, blue-water performance. The centerpiece of the yacht is a rotating, carbon wing mast with all textile standing rigging (standing rigging replaced in 2016), and carbon fiber Park Avenue boom. The mast was cured in an oven. The boat is equipped with recent Calvert performance sails: carbon-composite mainsail, carbon-composite, self-taking jib, a 2022 gennaker and two spinnakers.

Moving forward along the wide decks you note the carbon composite dagger-boards outboard. And ahead, the long, narrow bows and the long trampoline take your breath away. The distinguishing feature of this cat is the limited footprint of the bridge-deck in relation to the waterline length. This design is all about keeping weight down just under 20,000 pounds or 10 tons and centered. This cats very long legs and minimal deck volume give it a sea-kindly motion especially in choppy or rough seas that in turn allow high average speeds – where other boats hobby horse. The bridge deck clearance is a rare 95 centimeters (over 3 feet).

The low-profile coach-roof gives you excellent access to the boom, mainsail, lazy jacks and stack pack for stowing the main, accessing reef lines or maneuvering underway. The headroom inside the salon is 1,95 meters.

Moving back to the stern, we have a view on the extra-long sugar scoops and you will note the significant distance between the aft beam and transoms – a real design difference here with even the more modern performance cats that offer very little waterline length behind the bridge-deck. The davits hold a new 14 foot RIB dinghy with 40HP Yamaha 2 stroke outboard engine. An elegant, carbon fiber frame holds two 380 watt solar panels. For the pleasure of helming this speedster, two rear tiller steering stations are equipped with Raymarine wind instruments and autopilot repeaters.

COOL CAT is a superbly constructed, simple, performance cat with beautiful lines. It was designed to achieve 200-300 mile days over long distances and has proven reliable on numerous ocean passages over many years.

We would be delighted to show you COOL CAT in person. Always in impeccable condition, this is a cat on which all systems work and all equipment is continuously maintained. The owners sail 2,000-4,000 miles a year aboard. Do check out the attached video and give us a call to discuss.

 

NOT FOR SALE TO U.S. RESIDENTS IN U.S. WATERS


Specifications
Catamaran Name:S/V Cool Cat
Model:Entincelle 60
Year Built:1999
Loa:60 ft
Lwl:58.33 ft ft
Beam:26' 0"
Mast Height:82' 0"
Fuel Tanks:1 (132 Gallons)
Water Tanks:1 (132 Gallons)
Cabins: 4
Heads: 2
Engines:2 x Yanmar 4JH2CE 54 hp
Engine Hours: 4300 / 4300

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MEASUREMENTS

  • Length Overall: 60 ft
  • Length Waterline: 58.33 ft ft
  • Bridge Clearance Measure: 82' 0"
  • Beam Measure: 26' 0"

ENGINE(S)

  • Total Power: 108
  • Engine Brand: Yanmar
  • Engine Model: 4JH2CE
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Engine Hours: 4300
  • Engine Power: 54 hp
  • Total Power: 108
  • Engine Brand: Yanmar
  • Engine Model: 4JH2CE
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Engine Hours: 4300
  • Engine Power: 54 hp

Interior Layout and Amenities

  • How many cabins: 4
  • How many can she sleep: 8 +
  • Interior finish: Faired and painted, no liners
  • Salon couch and fabric: Ultraleather
  • Head and showers: 2 heads with showers each + 2 outdoor stern showers
  • Hanging lockers: Yes
  • Navigation station: Yes, forward facing and very large
  • Interior lighting: LED
  • The main salon is accessed via a wide, sliding doorway. The interior is a faired and painted finish throughout clean and light. No frills, no liners to hide mold and unnecessary embellishments on this performance cat. A dining table that can accommodate 5-6 guests dominates to port with a generous wraparound ultra-leather settee. Four large, opening hatches forward provide good ventilation through the salon and 4 windows to each side bring in ample light. A large, forward-facing chart table that doubles as a desk is set to starboard. Mounted on the chart table are nav instruments, Raymarine autopilot, Standard Horizon VHF radio, AIS and a Fusion stereo. An Iridium Go Satphone and EPIRB complement the safety equipment. A lithium-ion battery pack is situated under the main salon settee.
  • The galley is down to port and features large countertops, a 3-burner stove, oven, updated fridge and freezer and ample storage. There is an additional fridge/freezer in the salon.
  • The forward cabins feature double size berths and cabinets. Portholes on the topsides provide abundant natural light.
  • The large aft cabins have impressive headroom with queen size beds athwartships. There is one head with shower in each hull.

Galley

  • Type and size of refrigerator: 2 Top load
  • Type and size of Freezer: 1 Top load, 1 of the refrigerators can also be a freezer.
  • Sink size and type: Double Stainless Steel
  • Stove and number of burners: Eno 3 burner
  • Oven size and type: Eno separate oven
  • Type of counter tops: Laminate

Electronics and electrical

  • Electronics:
  • GPS type, model and size: B&G chartplotter, 2021
  • Depth sounder model and size: 1 B&G, 1 Raymarine
  • Wind speed and direction model and size: Raymarine
  • Autopilot size and brand: Raymarine Type 3
  • VHF Radio brand and model: Standard Horizon VHF with AIS receive with remote @ helm.
  • Satellite phone system: Iridium Go
  • Radar brand and size and year: B&G Halo 20+, 2021
  • Chart plotter brand and size: B&G Zeus 35-12, 2021
  • Compass brand and size: Plastimo Contest 101
  • AIS: Camino 101 Class B AIS transmit and receive
  • Electrical:
  • Inverter model and size and year: Xantrex sine wave 1800w
  • Charger system type: Dolphin Battery charger
  • Alternator size and type: 2, Zena 150A, Zena 250
  • Electrical socket type and number: 110, 230
  • Cabin fan type and number: Several
  • Hot water heater brand and size: 2 Tanks

Sails and Rig

  • Mainsail type, size and age: Calvert cruise carbon 1110 sq. Ft 2019
  • Jib type, size and age: Calvert self tacking cruise carbon 433 sq ft. 2017
  • Spinnaker Asymmetrical: Calvert 2243 sq ft. Contender cloth 2017
  • Asymmetrical spinnaker: Calvert 2837 sq ft. Contender cloth 2017
  • Screecher: Calvert 1168 sq ft. Carbon sport 2022
  • Screecher Furler type and size: 1 Profurl
  • Mast type and height: Carbon fiber rotating on SS Ball
  • Bowsprit type and length: Yes

On Deck

  • List all winch sizes and brand: Harken
  • List all deck cleat sizes and brand: Yes
  • Dinghy type, age and size: Defender, 2020, 14
  • Dinghy engine type and horsepower: Yanmar 40 hrsp.
  • Cockpit seating and table? Built in seats, portable table and additional chairs.
  • Cockpit cushions: Yes
  • BBQ type: No
  • Deck shower type: Yes, 2
  • Bimini design and type: Stainless and Stamoid
  • Traveler brand and type: Harken
  • Standing rigging size and type and age: Dyneema Dux and Stainless age varies
  • Running rigging type and size and age: Varies
  • Stack pack with lazy jacks: Stowable Weathermax 80 with dyneema jacks
  • Standard sail cover:
  • Batten car brand and type: Harken with RBS E-glass Battens, 2011
  • Primary anchor brand and size: Rockna 88
  • Primary anchor chain and rode: 3/8 G4, 175
  • Secondary anchor brand and size: Vitas Aluminum
  • Secondary anchor chain and rode: rode
  • Windlass brand and size: Lewmar
  • Trampoline type and year: Dyneema 2009
  • Bumpers how many and what size: Yes, varies
  • Dock lines: Yes
  • Opening hatches brand and number: Yes, Goiot
  • Davits: Yes
  • Swim platform: Yes
  • UV hatch covers: Yes
  • You will be impressed with the oversized winches that stand behind a battery of clutches. The cockpit is deep and the winches waist-height making for efficient maneuvering. The cockpit is surrounded with a vinyl enclosure and curtains for protection in all weather. COOL CAT has just returned from a summer cruise to Nova Scotia and Newfoundland where these proved very useful.

Engines and generator

  • Two Yanmar 54 HP engines are set forward in the transom watertight compartments.
  • Two new SD-60 sail-drives and new Flexofold, 3 blade props were installed in July 2022.
  • A Yanmar 2tn generator with 250 amp DC alternator is located in the port engine room.
  • A clutch-driven water-maker with 60 gal/hour capacity is just behind it.
  • Observe the headroom in the engine room, the easy access to steering, water-maker and other components.
  • Generator type and size: DC Generator 250 amp, Yanmar 2TN
  • Generator hours: 2700
  • Solar panel type and size of total watts: Sunpower, 2 @ 360 watt
  • Water maker type and size: Aqua-pack 60 gal/hr

Safety

  • Life raft type and size and year of last service: No
  • Flares: Yes
  • Life Vests: Yes
  • MOB Gear: Yes
  • Sea Anchor: Yes
  • Electric bilge pumps: 6
  • Manual bilge pumps: No
  • Emergency tiller type: Yes
  • Fog Horn: Part of VHF radio
  • Bell: Yes

Dinghy and outboard

  • Defender, 14 foot RIB, 2016 with chaps.
  • Yamaha 40 HP, two stroke.

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Alexis @ The Multihull Company

By Alexis @ The Multihull Company

Alexis grew up racing dinghies in the waters of Brittany, France. He immigrated to the United States as a young man and developed his interest in offshore cruising and racing in New England and the Bahamas. Alexis began his professional yachting career as a charter captain sailing the storied seas of French Polynesia on a Fountaine-Pajot Marquises 56 catamaran. There he developed a talent for sharing and communicating his love for bluewater sailing to his worldly guests. More recently, Alexis spent ten years managing Nautor’s Swan Charters, a high-end charter company with over fifty Swans based in the Caribbean, New England and the Mediterranean. While at Nautor’s Swan, Alexis coordinated sales of new yachts through the French defiscalisation program. He later instituted a successful yacht sales and management program to develop the fleet in non-French territories. This experience gave him substantial experience in the many facets of yacht sales and brokerage in the United States, Europe and the Caribbean. Alexis is bilingual English-French. He was educated in the United States and has worked in the US, Europe and the Caribbean. He has sailed extensively on multihulls and particularly enjoys performance cats.