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CENTURION: to discerning yachtsmen around the world, the name Centurion is synonymous with powerful, fast and sleek yachts. Above fashion and rating rules, a Centurion yacht gives her crew efficiency combined with safety, indispensable to the enjoyment of blue water sailing. "Joint Venture" is a good example of this statement from Wauquiez. She offers speed and comfort in an astonishing roomy interior. Her 36 feet makes her extremely competitive for shorthanded club sailing. "Joint Venture" was kept up to date by both her first and her present owner.


Dimensions   10,89 x 3,75 x 2,08 (m)
Material   grp
Built   1994
Engine(s)   1 x Volvo Penta 2003T Diesel
HP/Kw   40 (hp), 29,4 (kw)
Lying   at sales office
Sales information   De Valk Hindeloopen
Status   sold

General - CENTURION 36

GRP sailingyacht "Joint Venture", type: Centurion 36, built in 1994, building number: 153505936034, built by Wauquiez in France, designed by Ed Dubois, dim.: 10.89 (8.78) x 3.75 x 2.08 m, roundbilged white GRP hull with blue striping, GRP superstructure, teakdeck and teak in the cockpit, 2 large and 2 small opening Goyot perspex windows in aluminium frames and a total of 8 fixed perspex windows in aluminium frames on the superstructure, 3 opening ports to the cockpit, 4 large dorade boxes around the entrance for added ventilation, deep fin keel, displacement approx. 13.500 kg, capacity fuel tank approx. 140 ltr. in stainless steel tank, capacity water tank approx. 550 ltr. in 4 x 140 ltr. in stainless steel tanks with a single meter and switches to check the level in the water tanks, mechanical Solimar pedestal with wheel steering, emergency tiller.


Classic teak interior, 2 cabins each with a double plus 3 in the saloon makes a total of 7 berths, headway approx. 1.95 m in the saloon and foreward cabin and approx 1,85 m in the aft cabin and head, foreward is a large cabin with V-shaped bed, 3 lockers and 2 cupboards above and 4 lockers under the bed, a large escape hatch overhead, port aft is a double with ampel storage space in 5 lockers plus a vanity table. For ventilation there are 2 opening ports one to the cockpit and one to the deck, starboard aft is the head finished in white formica and equipped with a manual Lavac vacuum toilet, 2 lockers below and two mirrored door lockers above a large washbowl, a wet locker and a shower with seperate drainpump, to port foreward is a sofa with ampel storage behind and above and to port is a U-sofa with a cupboard and 2 lockers under the U-sofa. The U-sofa can be transformed into a double berth, to port is the foreward facing navigation table and to starboard is the L-shaped galley with corean worktop with double stainless steel sink, 2 lockers under and 3 lockers above, a water pressure system, hot water via a 15 liter boiler heated by both engine and 220 Volt, a footpump for salt water and a footpump for sweet water, a large refrigerator box with a 12 Volt refrigerator unit with enclosed freezing compartment and an engine-driven compressor refrigerator unit with coldbattery. The maximum dimensions of the berth in the foreward cabin is 1,98 x 1,93 and in the aft cabin is 1,98 x 1,72 meter.


Volvo Penta 2003T, 40 hp/29.40 kW, engine number 23000 57030, engine hours: 1300 (may 2003), indirect cooling system, hydraulic gearbox, stainless steel propeller shaft, 2-bladed fixed propeller, one manual bilge pump in the cockpit and one electrical bilge pump, 12 Volt/ 220 Volt electrical circuit, shore power with earthbreaker and cable, 20 Amp 12 Volt battery charger, invertor 500 Watt at the navigation table, 2 batteries, 1x 200 Ah. service (2002) and 1x 85 Ah. for start from 2001, enginecontrols for revs, temperature, oil pressure and engine hours.


HW special built C-Plath magnetic pedestal compass at the helm, Autohelm ST 6000 autopilot to starboard of the helm with a new display (2002) at the entrance NKE depth and NKE log (defect) and windset (defect), all from 1994 at the navigation table: NKE repeater (defect) and NKE central computer (partialy defect), Shipmate 8100 VHF (no atis), Furuno 1622 radar (2002), Raystar 390 GPS, Pioneer radio/CD-player type DEH 1350 with 2 speakers in the saloon, 12 Volt plug, windlass switch, DC voltas and AC amp meter, Epirb Mc Murdo 406 MHz emergency transmitter (2002).


Sprayhood (2003), sun awning (2002), McLite 12 Volt searchlight including charger, life buoy mounted on the pullpit, Lofrans electrical anchor winch with 35 LBS CQR anchor with 40 meter 8 mm chain and 5 meter rope, deck shower (cold water), gangway, fenders, barometer thermometer, hygrometer, radar-reflector, cockit cushions, cockpit table, fire extinguisher, spare parts for the engine, searailing with opening ports in the side and an open pull and pushpit for easy access.


Sloop-rigged, aluminium keel-stepped Sparcraft mast with 2 sets of spreaders, Profurl furling headsail system, Harken genoa tracks with ball bearing cars and a Harken mainsheet traveller and sheetblocks, babystay (adjuster defect), new mainsail (of 2002, only used once), full-battened mainsail, genoa I (old), genoa II (1994), genoa III (2002), a maximum of 65 meters up wind, new storm jib, cover for mainsail, traditional reefing system, France Sparr rodkicker, all Harken 2-speed selftailing winches: 2x type 46 primery sheetwinches, 2x type 16 next to the entrance for halyards each with a set of 2 Spinnlock stoppers, 1x type 32 reefwinch under the boom, 2x type 40 halyard winches on the mast and 1x type 40 port aft as furling headsail winch, 65 m2 up wind, 1x spi, 1x genoa, 1x lift and 2x main halyard, halyard attachment eyes at the foot of the mast for storing the halyards.


These particulars are given in good faith as supplied but cannot be guaranteed and cannot be used for contracts.

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