Jeanneau Tonic 23 a compact trailer-sailer with cabin headroom of 5ft 8",Clean modern lines and good accommodation for the size. The vessel comes with twin axle trailer. 5hp mariner engine. Cabin heating. Depth, log and compass and an electric auto helm. Lying Ashore Bangor
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GRP hull, deck and superstructure
L.O.A. 7.30m (23' 11")
L.W.L. 6.90m (22' 7")
BEAM 2.05m (8' 2")
DRAFT 0.70m (2' 3"keel up) or 1.38m (4' 6" keel down)
DISPLACEMENT 1330 kgs (2866lbs)
Two sets of sails (Jib x2 main x2) New main 2014 New Jib 2013 Winches x4, on deck 1 in cabin for the keel .Winch handle, Lazy Jacks and main sail stored in a zip bag on the boom. Roller Furling Jib,
Log, Depth, Compass. Auto Helm, Navigation Lights
Gas Cooker with gimbals and rails
Marine Cabin Gas Heater (new 2012) Gas Cylinder (All gas fittings new 2012)
Twin axel road trailer in excellent condition. New wheel bearings 2015. All straps and ropes for securing the yacht to the road trailer included. Spare wheel for the road trailer
Gas, Smoke alarm & CO2 alarm & Fire tinguisher “U shape” Life buoy and light
Brass Cabin Clock
anchor mooring and line
Blue Side Dodgers with vessel name
New cabin headlining in the main cabin 2015.
full set of sheets and blocks
Cockpit cushions & Cockpit Table
Built in crockery and cutlery storage
Fresh water tank
Pressure sink taps x 2
Built in Cool Box Storage
New wire safety rail 2015
Blue Spray Hood
Stern mounted, folding, stainless steel boarding ladder
5hp four stroke Mariner outboard, Fuel tank and fuel link, Remote engine control in the cockpit
Manual bilge pump
2 Electric bilge pumps12volt battery
The specifications of the Tonic 23 could be summarized as: "a large boat in a small hull." Indeed to satisfy those who can’t afford a Fantasia, Jeanneau and Philippe Harlé offer the Tonic 23, almost the same habitability for a boat that is still trailerable. The hull forms betrayed these constraints with its high freeboard and almost vertical planking, but everything is still very acceptable. To further facilitate transportation, the choice of an outboard engine in well allow to reduce the displacement. This well, off the axis, does not interfere with the volume of the aft cabin and does stir up in the rudder.
Despite this bias for the volume and livability, performance remains very honest although centerboard version is a notch below. Evidence of this successful compromise, the Tonic 23 has been sold over 700 copies and has been chosen by the Glénans (first sailing school in France).
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.