• 23.91 m
  • 1935
  • Montenegro
  • 850 000 €


  • Basic Information
  • Dimensions
  • Speed / Weight
  • Accomodations
  • Hull & Deck
  • Engine Information
  • Category: Cruising/Racing Sailboat
  • Model: N/A
  • Model Year: 1935
  • YearBuilt: 1935
  • Year Refit: 2012
  • Refit Type: N/A
  • Tax Paid: VAT Exempt
  • Country: Montenegro
  • Registration #: N/A
  • Coast Guard #: N/A
  • Vessel Top: N/A
  • Fly Bridge: No
  • Cockpit: No
  • Helipad: No
  • Accomodations: Guest SR/S: 3/6 - Crew R/B/S: 2/0/3
  • LOA: 78' 6" (23.91m)
  • LWL: 58' 11" (17.94m)
  • LOD: 73' 0" (22.25m)
  • Beam: 15' 8" (4.75m)
  • Min Draft: 10' 6" (3.18m)
  • Max Draft: --
  • Clearance: --
  • MFG Length: --
  • Cruise Speed: 7 Knots
  • Cruise Speed RPM: 1,600 RPM
  • Cruise Speed Range: 700 Miles
  • Max Speed: 10 Knots
  • Max Speed RPM: 2,200 RPM
  • Max Speed Range: --
  • Displacement: 37 Tonne
  • Gross Tonnage: 59 Ton
  • Water Capacity: 1,000 Liters
  • Holding Tank: --
  • Fuel Capacity: 1,000 Liters
  • Fuel Consumption: --
  • Berths: N/A
  • Heads: N/A
  • Sleeps: 6
  • State Rooms: 3
  • Crew Berths: N/A
  • Crew Sleeps: 3
  • Crew Heads: N/A
  • Captains Quarters: No
  • Hull ID: N/A
  • Hull Material: Oak
  • Deck Material: Teak
  • Hull Configuration: N/A
  • Project Manager: N/A
  • Hull Designer: F. Camatte
  • Hull Color: N/A
  • Hull Finish: N/A
  • Exterior Designer: N/A
  • Interior Designer: Olivier Godefroy
  • Manufacturer: Perkins
  • Model: N/A
  • Engine Count: Single
  • Engine Type: N/A
  • Fuel Type: Diesel

Detailed Description

TYPE Bermudian Ketch
BUILDER Chantier Navale de Normandie, Fecamp
INTERIOR DESGIN Olivier Godefroy
YEAR 1935
REFIT 2006(Malta), 2007(Toulon), 2011/12 (Sanary sur Mer)
CONSTRUCTION Oak Hull on oak frames, teak deck & Superstructure
CLASSIFICATION MCA LY2 approved for 15 people, crew included
FLAG British Commercial
GT 59 tons
LOA 23.91m / 78’.4”
LOD 22.25m / 72’9’’
LWL 17.94m / 58’8’’
BEAM 4.75m / 15’5’’
DRAFT 3.18m / 10’4’’
MAXIMUM SPEED 10 knots at 2,200rpm (sailing 15 knots)
CRUISING SPEED 7 knots at 1,600-1,800rpm
FUEL CONSUMPTION 10-15 1/hour at 7 knots
RANGE 700 nm without sails (with use of generator)
ACCOMMODATION 6 x Guests in 3 x double cabins, 1 in Doghouse
CREW Captain's cabin & Twin crew cabin
FUEL 1,000 litres/264 US gallons
FRESH WATER 1,000 litres/264 US gallons

The doghouse made from teak contains a watch bunk and storage space and leads to a mahogany curved steps leading to the Honduras mahogany passageway in which the navigation area is found. This passageway leads to three double cabins (A, B & C)
Owners cabin (A) is in bird's eye maple and rosewood and has an overhead hatch giving plenty of natural light to the room. The cabin has a double bed, writing desk, five drawers, hanging wardrobe, en-suite bathroom with vanity basin set into a marble top, toilet and shower.
Portside cabin (B) is in sycamore and poplar, has a double bed, five drawers, hanging wardrobe, en-suite bathroom with vanity basin set into a marble top, toilet and shower.
Starboard cabin (C) is in sycamore and Norwegian silver birch, has a double bed, five drawers, hanging wardrobe, en-suite bathroom with vanity basin set into a marble top, toilet and shower.
Saloon with dining for eight guests (D)
L Shaped seating arrangement to port (D)
Comprehensive navigation station underneath the stairway
Galley to portside with fridges, microwave, gas-oven/grill and a combined
The Fore Peak has crew accommodation for 2 crew members (F) and Captain’s
cabin (E) next to the galley. In between the crew cabins on starboard side, there is
a crew shower with vanity basin and toilet

ENGINES 1 x Perkins 6.354 Turbo Diesel
(Complete overhaul and serviced 2011)
ENGINE CONTROL Mechanical Morse throttle to cockpit
GEARBOX Velvet Drive 5000 (new 2006, serviced 2011)
PROPULSION Maxprop (3 Blades)
STEERING SYSTEM Lecomble & Schmitt Hydraulic Steering System (2006)
GENERATOR Onan 13,5 MDKBP, mona-fase 220Volt (new 2011)
CHARGERS Mastervolt Mass 24/75(2008)
WATER MAKER Sea recovery (max. 120 litres per hour)
TOILET SYSTEM 3 x Jabsco Electric toilets and 1 Jabsco manual toilet
Dacron sail inventory by Zaoli Sails (2007)
Some older foresails
RIGGING All running rigging, stainless steel rigging and
fittings supplied by Russo Yachting (2007)
WINCHES 6 x Bronze Barient Self tailing winches
8 x Bronze Barlow winches
MASTS/BOOMS/POLE Mizzen mast, both booms and staysail boom
built by Collars, UK, 2007
Mainmast old, but completely overhauled
2007. Wooden Spinnaker pole.
GYRO COMPASS Furuno PG700 Mini-gyro (2012) Cassens & Plath
AUTOMATIC PILOT Furuno NAVPilot 700(completely integrated
with Raymarine e7 and Tacktics systems) (new 2012)
RADAR Furuno FR821
DEPTHSOUNDER Tackticks T912 Transducer (2007)
GPS 2 x Raymarine Multi-Functional Display E7 (2012)
LOG Tackticks T911 Transducer (2007)
WIND INSTRUMENTS Tackticks T120 Wireless Wind Transmitter (2007)
SATCOM Thrane & Thrane Mini M TT3064A
VHF Leisure DSC Sailor Navicom RT320 5 Watt (handhold)
EPIRB ACR Electronics RLB-38 Cat II(02/2017)
SSB IC-M700 - Single Sideband (not installed)
ANCHOR WINDLASSES Ideal Electrical Windlass (serviced 2010)
ANCHORS Hall Anchor 45 kg
Brittany Anchor 40 kg
ANCHOR CHAINS 2 x 100 meters of 13 mm stud link chain
AWNINGS Complete waterproof tent/awning in between
masts for cocktail parties

· Sony CDX-GT620U(4 x 52w)
· Sony XPlod amplifier for 2 x Pioneer inside speakers & a Caliber 150W cockpit speaker
· TV Hyundai
· 1 x Oven Force 10, kombi gas oven and grill
· 1 x Microwave Goodmans GS200 Grill/Microwave (220 Volt)
· 1 x transformed U-line Ice-maker into kombi Ice-maker 220 Volt or 24 Volt Freezer
· 2 x custom built fridges (220 Volt)
· 2 x Eurovinil Life raft Iso 9650-1 Group A (6 Persons)
· 12 x Plastimo “Pilot” Automatic Lifejackets
· 2 x Grab bags for the inflatable Liferafts
· 1 x Mechanical operated Bilge Pump Jabsco 51200-2011 for Main Engine
· That has a dual function as fire pump
· 2 x RULE 3700-24 Volt, with delayed automatic sensors
· 6 x ABC Fire Extinguishers throughout the yacht
· 1 x 34B Fire Extinguisher near Chart Table
· 1 x Pyrogen Mag 4, Fire extinguisher in engine room
· 1 x Jabsco 51200-2011 main fire & bilge pump, bronze clutch pump, 200 litres/min @ 1,500 rpm
· 2 x Gasalarms
· 6 x Fire Alarms
· Snorkel and dive equipment on request
· Water skies
· Wind surfboard
· Fishing Gear
· Sun awning
· Bauer Capitano Automatic

In 2006 L'Odyssée commenced a restoration at Melita Marine Shipyard in Malta. The yacht has been almost completely rebuilt with 80% of her hull planking being replaced, some frames being replaced and a new teak deck.
In the cockpit a new hydraulic steering system has been installed. All stainless steel tanks and the plumbing have been replaced. The yacht sailed over from Malta without her aluminium masts to Toulon where her new mizzen mast and booms, made and shipped by Collars UK, were waiting to be installed by Russo Yachting in La Seyne Sur Mer.
Topsides faired & freshly repainted with Awl grip by Chantier Navale des Baux
Stern part completely rebuilt and fairleads been put back (CNDB)
4 x Frames replaced in engine room and 2 Frames replaced in the peak (CNDB)
Doghouse hatch and front entrance hatch refitted. (CNDB)
Iron Keel has been sandblasted and treated with a complete paint cycle. (CNDB)
Teak deck has been sanded and re-caulked where necessary (CNDB)
Main Engine & gearbox overhauled & completely serviced. (Motor Maintenance)
New stainless steel main engine exhaust system installed. (MM)
New Generator installed. (MM)
Compressor pumps serviced. (Hydro Electric Marine)
Engine room completely repainted.
Peak completely painted.
Wooden blocks re-varnished and new bearings
Passerelle refurbished and varnished
Furuno Autopilot system with Raymarine e7 Hybrid Touch Screen in cockpit and navigation table working seaming less with all data from Tackticks and radar. (Morvan Electronique)
Galley has new sink, new water tap, 5 spotlights, new microwave and has been completely repainted (CNDB)
One 20ft container accompanies L'Odyssée in use as Portable workshop, spare parts, roller furling, spare sail inventory, teak planks for capping rail, staysail boom, water sport equipment, anchor chain, crew-uniforms, and deck equipment.
L'Odyssée was designed by the well-known French architect F. Camatte and built and launched by "Chantier Navale de Normandie" under her original name L'Odyssée, in 1935. She has sailed extensively around the British and French Coast, the Mediterranean and the Caribbean, with at least 12 Atlantic Crossings to her name.
In 2007 the yacht has been reinstalled to her original sail plan with wooden masts. Since her transformation, she is a much faster yacht in light winds and kept her cruising comfort in strong winds and rough seas. She is a very comfortable yacht built for cruising but can be sailed in regattas for first places as well.
L'Odyssée has been successfully operated as a commercial charter yacht until 2010. At the moment the yacht is registered as a private yacht but could be re-registered as MCA commercial yacht without a lot of extra costs.
The yacht can be sailed with 3 crew members and with the autopilot and roller furling system, the yacht could be sailed and kept by 2 crewmembers. She has the great advantage of a separate engine room, with all mechanical equipment easily accessible.
3 x Paintings in saloon