The Jeanneau Sun Fizz 40 is a well-designed and fast family cruiser. 'Flying Colours' was raced in her early days and then sailed across the Atlantic and used as a ‘live-aboard’ in the West Indies. The current owners have enjoyed her for the last 5 years. During this time they have raced her in Antigua, sailed across the Atlantic twice, and used her for extensive cruising throughout the Caribbean. She is spacious and comfortable,with lots of deck space, a generous cockpit, a large saloon, one heads and two showers - one internal and one external. The light bright teak veneer interior is well ventilated with portlight and hatches. With such a schedule, both hull and rigging have been constantly updated and well maintained. The owners are reluctantly selling her for a simpler life in Spain and are hopeful to pass their ‘pride and joy’ on to a young couple desiring the advantages of a cruising life with the option of simply living aboard when a destination becomes more attractive than the journey.
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The layout offers six berths with three separate double sleeping cabins. There is full standing headroom and good ventilation throughout. In the forecabin, a large V-berth, ample storage and an opening hatch to foredeck. Aft to port is the heads, to starboard a hanging locker. In the saloon, a dinette to port with a bench seat and storage to starboard. Aft to port is the galley with a two burner Eno gimbaled gas cooker with oven, refrigerator and twin stainless steel sinks with a pressurized cold water system (hot water is obtained from a large solar water bladder which can be placed on the deck). Large chart table to port. Twin double aft cabins with hanging lockers and ample stowage.
Masthead sloop rigged. Anodized aluminium mast and boom by Sailspar. Stainless steel standing rigging (2012). Dyneema and dacron running rigging (2009/2012) . Slab reefing mainsail. Harken headsail furling system. Two Lewmar 55 self-tailing sheet winches. Two Barlow 27 self-tailing halyard winches. Two Barlow 25 general purpose winches. Lazyjacks with new main sail cover.
Located behind the companion way steps is the Perkins 4108, 50hp diesel engine. Freshwater cooled via heat exchanger. Shaft drive to a three blade, Maxi prop. Twin lever control. 140 litre fuel tank. Various engine spares. Engine last serviced, June 2013.
Built in 1981 by Jeanneau, 'Flying Colours' has a white GRP/foam hull with style stripes. The hull was totally refurbished in 2010/2011 with Awlgrip epoxy being applied to the topsides and Gelshield followed with several coats of Coppercoat applied to the bottom. Alloy toerails. White GRP superstructure with GRP/foam non-slip deck. Spaderudder. Wheel steering. Aft self-draining cockpit. Over the last three years the heads, cooker, wiring, standing and running rigging, mainsail and bimini have all been replaced.
'Flying Colours' is registered in the British Virgin Islands. There are no encumbrances.
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