Born on the draftboards of yacht designers Philippe Harlé & Alain Mortain, the Jeroboam series represents the epitome of the travel yacht. This unit, built in AG4 aluminium and perfectly insulated, is configured with three guests cabins forward of the saloon, and an owner's quarters aft. She is in mint condition, perfectly maintained by her sole owner, and features a long list of highgrade equipments. With 2012 deck paints, crossbar and solar panels, she is ideal for a circumnavigation and ready to go.
After having sold my Damien 2, I bought the plans for the Jeroboam and had one built at the Alumarine shipyard on the Loire, where I had her furnished and fitted out with rugged equipment that would last a long time. After twenty years of charter and cruising on the Mediterranean Sea, the Caribbean and the Indian Ocean, I have just started my own family, and I need to go back to "land", so I am ready to pass on "Jaipur" to a keen yachtsman.
Architects: Philippe Harlé & Alain Mortain
Length: 21.03 m
Beam: 5.50 m
Draught: 1.30-3.20 m
Type of ballast: Centerboarder
Displacement: 35 kg
Ballast weight: 12 kg
Engine: General Motors 8-cylinder 250HP (5950 hours)
Fuel capacity: 2,200 L
Water Capacity: 3,300 L
Lying: French Western Mediterranean
First hand: yes