|LOA:||11.89 m/39 ft|
|Length:||11.89 m/39 ft|
|Width:||3.66 m/12 ft|
|Draft:||1.83 m/6 ft|
|No. of engines:||1|
Etap 39S for sale. The fairly low displacement / length and powerful sail area makes this a performance cruiser, able to make the most of light winds with an increase in speed when the breeze is available. Double hull foam filled GRP construction, unsinkable, white topsides and superstructure, teak effect cork decking, aft cockpit with wheel steering, Bermudan sloop rig, two cabin version that can sleep 6 with saloon conversion. All lines are led back to the cockpit for sailing short or single handed. Below decks there is ample headroom and light, spacious accommodation. Etap discovered that most galley related injuries occur when sailors fall over a hot stove. So, they designed the linear galley so that an adult seated on the saloon settee with their feet solidly placed can reach the cooker and counter spaces well supported. An attractive, comfortable safe and stylish boat that has been well maintained and regularly updated.
Sleeps 6 in 3 double berths in 3 cabins including saloon Webasto Air Top 5000 warm air heating with outlets in all cabins Fabric upholstery and foam cushions (2013) Curtains (2013) Veneered ply flooring 5 x hanging lockers Galley: Linear galley ENO 2 x burner cooker with oven Chest refrigerator (all workings including evaporator plate, 2012) Stainless steel sink with mixer taps Drinking water tap in galley supplied via a Nature Pure QC filter off the main tank Separate Whale hand pumped galley tap switchable between fresh water and sea water Saloon: Chart table U shaped seating (can convert to double berth) Double seat opposite Dining table Aft Cabin: Double berth Ceiling hung cabinets Hanging lockers Foreward Cabin: V berth Ceiling hung cabinets Hanging locker Heads: Two cabins with separate doors, as well as Jack and Jill linking door. One cabin has basin and Jabsco Marine toilet with holding tank (behind mirrored panel), the other has a shower with curtain, 2 x hanging lockers and 2 x shelved cupboard, one of these was a wet locker and could be returned to that function by removing the shelves.
Navigation Equipment: Raymarine E95 Hybrid Touch chart plotter with Navionics Gold electronic charts for Mediterranean and Black Sea (2013) Digital Yacht AIS 100 dual channel receiver, with pushpit whip aerial, integrated into chart plotter to display AIS targets and target data on screen (2013) Raytheon Autohelm LCD Furuno Navtex NX-300 linked to chart plotter for auto station selection Icom VHF Marine- M423 DSC radio plus Icom command mic Autohelm ST6000 Plus Autopilot, with ST600R wired remote unit (2013) Plastimo compass on Whitlock steering pedestal (2013) Autohelm control on steering pedestal Autohelm Tridata and Autohelm wind instruments on panel over companionway Anchoring and Mooring Equipment: Rocna 15kg anchor (2015) Danforth kedge anchor 50m chain (2013) 20m warp (2013) Lewmar electric Anchor winch Boathook 6 x fenders 6 x mooring warps General Equipment: Pioneer radio/ CD player with saloon speakers Stainless steel dinghy davits Bathing ladder Transom shower Bimini with zip cover when folded Grey spray hood (2013) Zip on windscreen cover Grey bimini (2013) Over boom awning (2013) Grey cockpit side screens Anchor locker Cockpit lockers Cockpit table Cutlery Crockery Utensils Wet locker has been converted to shelving but could be restored Safety Equipment: Lifebuoys Foghorn Radar reflector Manual bilge pump Electric shower bilge pump (can also act as general bilge pump) Jackstays
Built in 1999 by Etap Yachting NV, Belgium to a design by J & J design HIN#: BE-ETP39008L899 SSR#: 98358 GRP hull, deck and superstructure (gel coat re-applied 2019) Marine Deck 2000 (cork laid like teak), decks and cockpit Decks re-caulked with SIS-440 UV resistant caulk (2017) Fin Keel Wheel steering Engine: Volvo Penta MD 2040S 40hp diesel engine Fresh water cooled Last serviced 2017 (not serviced in 2018 as lifted out) Sail drive Volvo folding propeller Approximately 1000 engine hours Maximum speed 9 knots Fuel consumption 2.2 litres per hour Electrical: 12v system 170 Ah starting battery (2014/15) 2 x 100 Ah service batteries (2014/15) 4 x 12v sockets plus 1 x continental style 12v socket Isotemp 30 litre insulated calorifier with 750w immersion element Victron Atlas Combi 12/800 battery charger / inverter 2 x alternators, one for starting battery and one for service batteries Tankage: Fuel capacity 120 litres in 1 x stainless steel tank (under aft quarterberth) Fresh water capacity 300 litres in 1 x polythene tank (forward) Holding tank capacity 70 litres in 1 x stainless steel tank (in heads), with Domestic Tankwatch level indicator Water System: Manual and pressurised hot and cold water system Jabsco fresh water pump Water heated by calorifier and immersion Sea water washdown pressure pump Rigging: Sloop rig Deck stepped Selden aluminium mast Double swept back spreaders Stainless steel standing rigging In mast reefing system operated by reefing line from the cockpit or from the mast Furlex headsail furling Second forestay for hanking on working jib or storm jib Spinaker pole Sails: Crusader Mainsail (2015) Elvstrom genoa (before 2012) Elvstrom jib (hank on ), (1999, unused) Elvstrom storm jib (1999, unused) Furlex roller reefing foresail Cruising chute/ genaker with snuffer (before 2012, little used) Winches: 2 x Lewmar 44 sheet winches 2 x lewmar 40 halyard winches