Sailing BoatsJeanneauSun Fast 3300United Kingdom
The Sun Fast 3300 built by Jeanneau, is a Verdier/Andrieu designed rocket ship full of advanced and unique features. Verdier has designed some of the world's fastest Mini 650's, Class 40's and IMOCA 60's whereas Andrieu has a string of successful IRC & IOR race boats to his name. Between them they have designed a blisteringly fast, competitive IRC short-handed racer/cruiser which already has an enviable race record. This is an opportunity to purchase a stock boat, just arrived and ready to spec as you like with sail and electronics in time for the 2021 race season.
Manufacturer Provided Description
The Sun Fast 3300 is the brain child of Guillaume Verdier and Daniel Andrieu, whose collaboration guarantees high performance and success under a variety of rating rules. Taking advantage of Jeanneau’s long history of infusion manufacturing, every part of the 3300 is infusion molded, dramatically reducing the all-up weight of the boat while increasing stiffness. Combining the light hull with twin rudders, carbon rig, generous sail plan, and straight keel, the 3300 will excel as an offshore racer. Sailing fully crewed, double, or single handed, the Sun Fast is a truly exhilarating boat, not to be missed.
Yanmar 2YM15 - 15hp inboard diesel engine Shaft drive Engine throttle in cockpit with removable handle Engine panel in cockpit 125AH alternator 2 blade folding GORI propeller (upgrade from the factory standard) 50L Roto-moulded fuel tank on centreline Removable GRP companionway & side hatches for easy access to engine Fuel guage
HULL: Infused GRP sandwich with balsa core. Infused structural liner glued into place. DECK: Infused GRP sandwich with foam core. BULKHEADS: Infused GRP sandwich moulded companionway, mast and forward bulkheads. STEERING: Twin polyester rudders with stainless steel rudder stock. Self-aligning rudder bearings. Composite tiller with tiller extension. GRP support for autopilot ram.
Mast and Rigging
Axxon Carbon mast - deck stepped, twin spreaders, Dyform rigging Axxon Carbon boom Twin luff groove headstay foil Carbon bowsprit + running rigging for asymmetric sails Textile adjustable backstays with fine tune & return to primary winches 1 x Genoa halyard 1 x 2:1 Mainsail halyard 2 x Masthead spinnaker halyards (one of which converts to Fractional halyard) 2 x Genoa sheets + In-haulers + down-haulers 1 x Mainsheet with coarse and fine tune 1 x Double ended mainsheet traveller line 1 x Multi-purchase mainsail outhaul 2 x Mainsail reefing lines Barton boom vang
Stainless steel WS compliant pushpits, pulpit, stanchions and wire guardrails Mooring cleats forward and aft Moulded toe rail, WS compliant, and comfortable for crew hiking Full length mainsail traveller across cockpit floor 4 x Harken Performa winches (upgraded from factory standard) Harken and Spinlock deck gear - jammers, clutches, fairleads Dedicated sunken liferaft stowage area Central trimming pedestal Adjustable foot rack for helmsman
Electrical distribution panel USB plug Voltmeter for engine battery Voltmeter for domestic battery bank 1 x 50AH Exide engine start battery 1 x 140AH AGM Exide domestic battery
Large galley to port Storage with countertop Stainless steel sink Pressurised cold water tap Storage for flatware 2-burner gimballing gas hob (gas bottle locker in cockpit) 40L Cool box 100L Freshwater flexi-tank under saloon berth
Tricolour masthead LED light LED strip light for sail trimming on front of mast Deck level LED navigation lights (World Sailing safety regs compliant) Navigation magnetic compass
Straight IRC optimised keel, mixed lead/iron with epoxy surface treatment 2 x Winch handles Flush fit through hull seacocks Electric bilge pump Manual bilg pump Adjustable lee cloths in saloon Adjustable canting bunk supports in aft cabins IRC optimised saloon table Water ballast system 2 x 200L tanks + electric pumps Shipping / Storage cradle with hull former supports
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice. It is not guaranteed that the safety gear listed on the specification comes within the manufacturer's safety guidelines i.e. expiry dates and servicing and is therefore sold as is.
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