Proto Bouvet-Petit 57' Year 2010519 000 € VAT paid
57' proto, Bouvet-Petit design. A robust mahogany-epoxy construction by its owner, an experienced marine carpenter, a complete high quality and very well sized fittings, an exceptional interior both well thought out and beautifully finished. All the elements come together to obtain a long-distance boat that is reliable and pleasant both at sea and at anchor. The engine has just been completely rebuilt, it is running in with less than 5 hours of operation.
As a marine carpenter, I built several sailboats including the "Steve I" in the years 1975, Joubert plan of 13 meters with which I sailed for fifteen years. Now based in Noumea, New Caledonia, she is well maintained because sold to a carpenter, she is still sailing. After carrying out several renovations on beautiful units of old rigs, I undertook the construction of the "Steve II" at the end of 1998, Bouvet-Petit plan, derived from the form plans of Ecureuil d'Aquitaine (first Boc Challenge of Titouan Lamazou , home version). Its layout is for pleasure boating, family cruising, long-distance travel. Indeed I sailed for ten years in the Mediterranean (Greece, Italy, Spain, Corsica and Sardinia). My sailboat is very seaworthy, very comfortable, pleasant both when sailing and at anchor, easy to sail (often solo).
|Architect||Bouvet - Petit|
|Material||Epoxy / Mahogany|
|Type of ballast||keelboat - deep draught|
|Displacement||18 000 kg|
|Ballast weight||6 000 kg|
|Engine(s)||Cummins 150HP Diesel (5 hours)|
|Fuel capacity||1 300 L|
|Water Capacity||800 L|
|Lying||French Western Mediterranean|