Sailing BoatsRacing BoatsJeanneauSun Fast 3200
Designed by Andrieu Yacht Design, the Jeanneau Sun Fast 3200 is a versatile cruiser-racer. Easily handled, with sparkling performance, they have enough comfort below deck to cruise with the family whilst still being competitive on the racecourse. A true all-rounder. This Sun Fast 3200 was supplied new to her current owner by Clarke & Carter, and has been lightly club raced and cruised on the East Coast. She has an upgraded cooker with oven and has been set up with a removable carbon pole for asymmetric downwind sails. 2016 IRC was 1.000 Viewing by appointment only through our Essex office - - Click here to reveal phone number -
The layout offers up to six berths with two double sleeping cabins separate from the saloon. In the forepeak there is good sail stowage space together with marine toilet and washbasin. Two settee berths in saloon with storage below and behind. Fixed saloon table with folding leaves. Galley to starboard with stainless steel sink and cold pressurised water system, Plastimo Pacific 4500 two burner gimballed gas cooker with oven, and insulated coolbox. Chart table to port with dedicated seat. Twin aft cabins both with double berths, lee cloths and hanging locker space.
Located under the companionway, Yanmar 2YM15, 15hp, twin cylinder diesel engine. Freshwater cooled. Yanmar SD20 saildrive to folding propeller. Single lever controls. 437 engine hours in May 2020. Plastic fuel tank. Engine fully serviced and saildrive seal replaced in March 2020.
4 x 12 volt batteries in two banks Alternator charging 240 volt shorepower with ring main and battery charger 12v lighting throughout
Spars and Sails
Masthead rigged sloop. Sparcraft silver anodised aluminium keel stepped, double swept-back spreader mast. Sparcraft boom. Selden removable carbon asymmetric bow sprit. Stainless steel Dyform standing rigging. Spectra running rigging. Slab reefing mainsail. Harken furling headsail furling system with removable drum. Two Harken 40 self-tailing control line winches on coachroof. Two Harken 35 self-tailing sheet winches. Harken and Spinlock deck gear. Barton 'boomstrut' kicker. Adjustable backstay. Mainsail - One Sails - 2015 - Dacron - lightly raced/cruised - valeted 2020 Code 2 - One Sails - 2015 - Dacron - lightly raced/cruised - valeted 2020 Code 2 - One Sails - 2016 - Lightweight CZ laminate - triradial - very good Code 4 - One Sails - 2015 - Dacron - lightly raced/good - valeted 2019 Code 0 with Karver KF1 furler - One Sails - Millenium membrane, technora fibres with single sided taffeta - very good A4 (0.9oz) spinnaker - One Sails - 2015 - valeted 2020 A5 (1.5oz) spinnaker - One Sails - 2015 - lightly raced/good - Valeted 2019
Anchor stowage locker Anchor with 25m chain Two cockpit lockers Stainless steel pulpit, pushpits and stanchions Extended transom boarding ladder 5 x fenders Various mooring warps
2 x Plastimo bulkhead mounted compasses 2 x B&G Triton multi function displays with depth, speed/log, wind speed/direction transducers 2 x B&G Maxi displays on mast B&G NAIS-400 transceiver with SPL-400 antenna splitter. Simrad RS12 DSC VHF radio with masthead Hawk VHF antenna windex VHF cockpit speaker B&G Zeus T7 colour plotter at chart table with wifi router B&G AC12 autopilot system Barometer Bi-colour, tricolour and anchor/steaming navigation lights on mast
Manual and electric bilge pumps GME MT403 EPIRB
Built by Jeanneau in 2015 to a design by Andrieu Yacht Design. The Sun Fast 3200 benefits from the latest advances in resin infusion to ensure exceptional strength and rigidity while drastically reducing weight. White GRP hull with style stripes. White GRP decks with moulded-in non-slip surfaces. Cast iron fin keel with lead ballast. Twin tiller steering to twin spade hung rudders. Good sized aft cockpit optimised for performance sailing with a full crew or shorthanded. Liferaft locker at aft end of cockpit. Self-draining anchor locker. Offset bow roller.
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