1979
Year
CCYD
Builder
75' (22.86m)
Length
6
Cabins

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MAR Y POLES - 1979 75' CCYD 75' Polar Ketch
€395,000 EUR


Yacht for sale is a 1979 CCYD 75' "MAR Y POLES" 75' Polar Ketch Cruising Sailboat in
France. Super cool steel lifting keel schooner. She really is a 4x4 of the sea and can go anywhere. She benefits from a 2014 18 month long refit, which transformed her from a classic yacht into a very capable adventure seeking yacht.

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LENGTH 75' (22.86m)
BUILDER CCYD
ASKING PRICE €395,000 EUR
BUILT (REFIT) 1979
BEAM 19' (5.79m)
DRAFT N/A
MX SPEED 14 Knots 16 MPH
CRUISING SPEED 10 Knots 12 MPH
CABINS 6
GROSS TONNAGE 0.00
DISPLACEMENT 136686.6 Lbs
LOCATION
France
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FULL SPECIFICATIONS

Construction

RCD Status: Our understanding is that the yacht is exempt from the essential safety requirements of the Recreational Craft Directive as she was built and placed into use within the EU prior to 1998.

 

Hull, Deck & Superstructure Construction:

  • Corten steel hull and superstructure.
  • Cast iron ballast
  • 3 watertight bulkheads. One in the forward peak used for anchor chains. Next one just at the back of the forward peak used as a fully equipped workshop.  Both areas can be isolated from seawater with watertight doors (operational).  At the back of the boat, another technical area (lazaret) with a watertight bulkhead.  The engine room is also isolated at the front and the back.

 

Keel & Rudder:

  • Centerboard hydraulic keel.
  • 2 steering wheels, one located in the saloon, the other one in the cockpit.

Machinery

Engine & Gearboxes:

  • 2 x Perkins Sabre M135/16 135hp diesel engines.
  • Total of 270hp.

 

Maintenance & Performance:    

  • Starboard engine:Perkins Sabre M 135/16 Serial # 50 3592 – M135/16 YA 30194U688916.Start date: 1999.Engine hours: 3600h.
  • Port engine: Perkins Sabre M 135/16 Serial # 50 3593 – M135/16 YA 30194U688909E. Start date: 1999. Engine hours: 4070 h.
  • Both engines have been revamped in 2013 with a new diesel  pump, new freshwater pump, new impellers, injectors, Durits.
  • Last servicing June 2019.
  • Cruising speed: 10 Kts at 1000 rpm.
  • Maximum speed: 14 Kts at 1400 rpm.
  • Fuel consumption at cruising speed: 10 l/h at 1000 rpm.
  • Range @ cruising speed: 500nm

 

Propulsion & Steering:

  • 2 x 3 blade bronze propellers.
  • Direct drive.
  • Bow thruster: tunnel + propeller in place – Former connection to engine room, requires a 24V hydraulic pump, not in place

 





Electrical Systems

Voltage Systems:

  • 12V for navigation instruments only.
  • Other 24V : boat lights, windlass, radar, inside lighting.
  • 1000 A 24V / 220 V (each cabin is equipped with a 220 V socket for computers/ mobile phones when cruising).
  • 110 V is not available onboard.

 

Batteries:

  • OPz battery farm, 12 x 12V /batteries / 1000 A.

(OPzS is used to refer to a flooded type of tubular-plated, lead acid, deep cycle batteries).

  • Engine batteries: 4 lead batteries 2 x 2 x 12V / 90 A, serial connection providing 24V / engine.

 

Battery Chargers:

  • Battery charger: Christec CPS3, replaced 2019.
  • Inverter :  Newage PRM 500.
  • Alternators: 2.
  • 1 x 120 A per engine for service batteries.
  • 1 x 80 A per engine for engine batteries.

 

Generator:

  • Fischer Panda Performance generator, 12kW (2019) for 24V / 12V converter.

 

Shore Power:

  • Shore power inlet, 32 A with a 20m cable to quay.

Plumbing Systems

Fresh Water & Water Heating System:

  • Webasto water heater.

 

Watermaker:

  • Aqua-based Watermaker by SLCE, model YC4, 220 V, 240 l/h.

 

Bilge Pumps:

  • Drying equipment:  1 electric pump 80 l/mn in engine room, 1 electric pump 80 l/mn in cabin corridor.

 

Other Pumps:                                         

  • Sea water pump.

Tankage

Fuel:

  • Total fuel capacity of 5,000 litres in 2 x 2,500 litre tanks.

 

Fresh water:

  • Total water capacity of 1,000 litres in 2 x 500 litre tanks.

 

Grey/Blackwater holding tanks:

  • Blackwater tank capacity of 75 litres in 1 tank.
  • Greywater tank capacity of 90 litres in 2 x 45 litre tanks.

Navigation Equipment

Navigation Centre:
  • Raymarine chart plotter.
  • Raymarine radar.
  • NKE Marine Electronics depth sounder.
  • NKE Marine Electronics wind direction indicator.
  • NKE Marine Electronics autopilot.
  • NKE Marine Electronics gyrometer.
  • NKE Marine wind vane – anemometer.
  • NKE Marine Electronics loch / GPS. The GPS requires an optional subscription to get an operating code.
  • Wind, direction, depth, pilot rudder angle etc… are repeated on the stirring wheel in the cockpit.
  • Compass.
  • Log Speedometer.
  • 2 Garmin 128 GPS, 12 channels.
  • GPS Raymarine E 120 with maps for the Mediterranean and NW Atlantic.
  • Radar: Raymarine plotter paired up with digital Radom 100 maritime charts.
  • Navtex receiver Furuno Navtex NX-300 2.
  • Fax receiver Furuno Fax 207 3.
  • Autopilot.
  • AIS.
  • NKE Gyropilot.
  • Horn / Fog Horn.
  • Paper maps:  Scotland – Norway – Svalbard.

 

Communications Equipment:

  • Micro computer PC ASUS 2015 + 25 » » monitor.
  • Fixed VHF Icom IC M 505 1.
  • Portable VHF Icom IC M33 Lithium batteries + ICOM ICM35.
  • Radio receiver FUSION 2 HPINT 1.
  • BLU IC M 801GMDSS 1.
  • Iridium 9505 2 satellite phone.

Domestic Equipment

Galley:

  • Fridge (motor changed 2019) + cooling plate.
  • Freezer (motor changed 2019) + cooling plate.
  • Oven.
  • Washing machine.

 

Heads/Showers:

  • 3 x heads, each with electric WC a showers.

 

Heating & Ventilation:

  • Radiators throughout, powered by Webasto.

 

Entertainment:

  • CD player.
  • Radio.
  • Cockpit speakers.

 

Lighting:

  • Standard lighting as per COLREG-1972.

Accommodation

Summary of Accommodation:

  • 12 berths in 6 cabins (5 cabins with 8 single berths, 2 double berths + 1 crew cabin with 2 berths).

 

Description of layout from forwards:

 

Forward Crew Area:

  • Fitted teak furniture including seating area with table, sink, small galley area, washing machine and head.

 

Pullman Guests Cabin - “Ile Barbe” (starboard) and “URCA” (port):

  • Have two bunk beds each, one with bureau/dressing table and both with full length wardrobes.
  • From the starboard one there is a door which leads through a watertight bulkhead to the crew quarters.
  • Both cabins have been revamped in 2020 with a washable plastic coating (walls and ceiling).

 

First Guest Cabin “Ammassalik”:

  • Situated to port, forward of the saloon, consists of a large double berth, bedside locker, dressing table and vanity unit and two full-length wardrobes.
  • Finished in solid teak with Alcantara ceiling & wall panels and fitted carpets.
  • Cabin revamped in 2020 with a washable plastic coating (walls and ceiling).

 

Second Guest Cabin “Pen Duick”:

  • Situated on starboard, forward of the saloon consists of two large single berths with a bedside locker separating the berths.
  • Dressing table, vanity unit and large full length wardrobe. Bookshelf, opening portholes, ventilator and additional locker space beneath the berths.
  • The cabin is finished in solid teak, Alcantara ceiling panels and fitted carpet.
  • Forward of the saloon is the central corridor leading to the guest cabins and crew quarters.

 

Saloon:

  • Located centrally and is full width.
  • Mahogany teak fitted furniture, with walnut extending dining table, chart chest, drinks cabinet and 240volt fridge. Large dining table offset to starboard with U shaped seating for 8 people, plus two further dining chairs.
  • The saloon benefits from the large deckhouse windows.
  • Companionway from cockpit / deck takes you into the aft of the saloon.

 

Galley:

  • Fitted with an opening window onto the bridge deck.
  • The galley door isolates the saloon which allows food preparation in private.
  • From within the galley is an access door to a large racked room, ideal for storage on long voyages.

 

Navigation Area:

  • The inside steering position, chart table and control panel are located forward and to port, with entry to the engine room under the floor.
  • Aft is the door to the owner’s suite and a door starboard aft leads into the galley area.

 

Owners Cabin -” Wollaston”:

  • Situated aft and is full width with a large double berth, built in full–length wardrobe, dressing table and vanity unit.
  • There are two bedside lockers each with a large reading light and intercom.
  • Ample storage for books.
  • En suite facilities, all fully tiled, include shower, sink unit and a further built-in wardrobe.

Deck Equipment

Rig:
  • Ketch  rig (originally was a schooner rig).
  • Main mast : 23 m with genoa on mainstay + mainsail.
    1. Ball bearing mainsail slider carriage, spreader bars: 3 stages.
    2.  Rigging: Vertical / Diagonal / Backstay.
    3. Mast winch LEWMAR 64 ST.
    4. Boom: With 2 reef blockers.
  • Mizzen mast: 17.8 m with staysail + mainsail.  The mizzen mast was the main mast of Pen Duick III, one of Eric Tabarly’s yachts, and was refitted in 2014.
    1. Ball bearing mainsail slider carriage, spreader bars: 3 stages.
    2. Rigging: Vertical / Diagonal / Runners / Backstay.
    3. Mast winch LEWMAR 64 ST.
  • Both masts and both booms are made of aluminum alloy, both manufactured by Marechal yard.

 

Winches:

  • Electric windlass Lofran.
  • Other winches.

 

Sails:

  • Fully battened mainsail with UV strip, Dacron – 80m2 (new 2014).
  • Fully battened mizzen sail, Dacron – 55m2 (new 2014).
  • Furling genoa – 125m2 (new 2015).
  • Staysail – 30m2 (new 2015).
  • Spinnaker – 320m2 (new 2016).
    1. 290m2 upwind.
    2. 610m2 downwind.
  • Asymmetric spinnaker with sock and retractable bowsprit.

 

General:

  • Teak cockpit.
  • Deck table and seats

 

Anchoring & Mooring Equipment:

  • 2 x 80kg anchors on stem hawseholes (starboard and port). 
  • 1 stock anchor.
  • Chains : 2 X 100m ∅ 14mm.
  • Anchor cables : 400m.

 

Covers, canvas & cushions:

  • All berths equipped with pillows, double sheets, duvets, duvet sheets.

 

Tender & Outboard:

  • 1 x 3.5m semi-rigid Highfield tender kept on deck, with Hypalon floats.
  • 15hp outboard engine.

 

Safety Equipment:

  • 1 x liferaft with total capacity of 12.

 

Fire-fighting equipment:

  • Engine fire extinguisher:  automatic heat release and manual release Control manometer.
  • Fire extinguisher in kitchen.
  • Fire extinguisher in saloon.
  • Fire extinguisher in cabin corridor.
  • Fire extinguisher in front workshop, powder 4kg.
  • 1 ABC, powder 6kg.
  • 1 ABC, powder 2kg.
  • 1 Rear cabin fire extinguisher ABC, powder 2kg.

Listing Marketed by

Bruno Kairet
Berthon International
Port La Napoule
11 Avenue Henry Clews
Mandelieu La Napoule,
France

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