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1976 Chassiron Tour du Monde 45 Chassiron Tour du Monde 45 - 45'


 
Year 1976
Length 45ft.
Price USD $114,000
Type: Pre-owned
Categories:
Location Cataumet,
Hull Material Fiberglass/GRP
Engine type Single
Fuel Diesel
Contact Information
 
Dimensions
Beam: 13 ft 6 in
Max Draft: 6 ft 0 in
Draft Drive Up: Direct Drive
Displacement: 28000 lbs
Engines
Engine(s): Cummins
Engine Model: 4B 3.9M
Year: 1987
Fuel: Diesel
Hours: 3627
Engine(s) HP: 80 HP
Tankage
Fuel: 2 (80 Gallons)
Water: (250 Gallons)
Holding Tank: (35 Gallons)

Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:

Dimensions
LOA: 45 ft 0 in
Beam: 13 ft 6 in
Maximum Draft: 6 ft 0 in
Displacement: 28000 lbs
Engines
Total Power: 80 HP
Engine 1:
Engine Brand: Cummins
Year Built: 1987
Engine Model: 4B 3.9M
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Location: Center
Engine Hours: 3627
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Engine Power: 80 HP
Tanks
Fresh Water Tanks: (250 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: 2 (80 Gallons)
Holding Tanks: (35 Gallons)
Accommodations
Number of single berths: 2
Number of double berths: 2
Number of heads: 1

Interior Layout and Accommodations

This gorgeous Chassiron 45 is a large classic ketch offering a beautiful richly appointed interior that is ideal for comfortable passage making. Her deep hull provides plenty of storage for fuel, water and supplies. Her interior is classic vintage with a layout that provides complete privacy in both the forward and aft cabin. There are numerous storage cabinets, cubbies, and lockers and the overall layout makes her perfect for a live-aboard. This vessel has taken her owners up and down the eastern seaboard where they enjoyed exploring the coasts of Maine, Nova Scotia, and Newfoundland, as well as Bras D’or Lake and the French islands of St. Pierre and Miquelon. With a keel that runs almost the full length of the vessel, this boat is made for blue water cruising and offshore passages. It balances beautifully and sails smoothly. With the abundance of room below, carrying up to 6 crew members is feasible, however this yacht is easily handled by just two people even on long passages.

 

The joinery and finish are teak with satin varnish. The forward cabin offers a comfortable starboard side double berth, hanging locker and multiple storage shelves and cubbies. The head is located just aft to starboard and there’s a separate bulkhead door that may be closed off to the main salon for added privacy. This essentially provides privacy for three separate cabins. A single settee is aft to port with a U-shaped dinette opposite to starboard. If needed, the settee can be expanded and cushions arranged to create a snug bunk for two, complete with lee cloth.

The galley is located aft to starboard of the companionway and features all of the comforts of a modern working kitchen. There’s a custom made, energy efficient deep refrigeration/freezer compartment that has a nifty storage nook off to the side. Double stainless sinks with a Moen stainless steel faucet and under sink water filtration system with faucet, Force 10 double burner stove w/oven, dry storage for pots and pans and a wonderful spice and condiment rack make the galley the perfect setup for preparing meals while at sea. There’s even aluminum flashing over the stove to protect the teak joinery from heat and splatters. Two large opening ports provide ventilation while cooking.

The Nav station is opposite the galley and features a full sized teak chart table with bench seating and easy access to the electrical panels, instruments and electronics. An Espar Hydronic 10 forced hot air diesel furnace is installed beneath the Nav table and is easily accessible via a small hatch and a removable panel. This furnace heats the entire boat quite nicely and is plumbed directly into the diesel fuel tanks. The Nav station faces forward with a large bulkhead “window” allowing excellent visibility of settee and dinette. This is a nice arrangement as one could be working on a laptop or writing a letter while still socializing with those in the salon.

Access to the aft cabin is via a passageway on the port side. The passageway has a single pilot’s berth (with lee cloth) to port which may also double as a very large storage space. In addition, there are open, overhead storage compartments above (see photos). The passageway also includes two opening ports to the cockpit area for additional ventilation as well as access panels to the engine room.

The aft cabin offers an athwart ship double berth complete with lighting and large port lights that bring in plenty of sunlight. There is a door that latches open in the passageway and can be closed for privacy. To the port side there’s a clever storage locker with a hinged leaf that drops down for access to the shelves within. The aft head is located to starboard; however, the owners decided to convert that over to a storage space with shelving. The space has its own very nice satin finished door (see photos). The sink remains and is operational. The owners also decided to remove the access ladder from the cockpit as it opened up the space to make it much more comfortable and efficient.


Electronics
  • Tacktick Wireless Wind Display – 2011
  • Simrad NSE8 GPS/Chart plotter - 2012
  • Simrad Radar
  • Simrad Depth Sounder
  • Standard Horizon Depth Sounder
  • Navico Powerpilot 8000 Autohelm
  • Standard Horizon VHF Radio
  • Garmin GPSMAP 182/232 chart plotting receiver
  • Danforth Compass
  • Technautics Cool Blue High Efficiency Marine Freezer and Refrigeration System – 2000
  • Espar Hydronic 10 forced hot air diesel furnace - 2004
  • Cambridge Soundworks Stereo System

Sails and Canvas

Mainsail (Excellent Condition) 2010

Mizzen (Excellent Condition) 2010

Genoa (Excellent Condition) 2003

Asymmetrical Spinnaker with snuffer (Excellent Condition)

Cockpit Dodger – rigid stainless steel custom frame with hard top 2003

Cockpit Bimini


Deck and Hull

Deck Construction: Teak over marine plywood.

Hull Material: FRP

Hull to deck joint: Vertical deck joint with teak cap

Superstructure: Cabin sides are solid mahogany; cabin overhead is teak over marine plywood.

Stainless steel stanchions w/cable lifelines.

Total of 9 deck scuppers per side

One brass hawse pipe above chain locker


Engine

Cummins 4-Cylinder 80hp Diesel Engine.

Three blade bronze propeller.

Morse Mechanical Lever/Cable Throttle Controls.

Fireboy emergency engine shut down system switch located in cockpit.

Engine room is located below the cockpit and offers easy access and excellent lighting.


Electrical

Four 6v Rolls EIW 250 Deep Cycle house batteries – 2017

One 12v engine starting battery (New in 2015)

Xantrex Prosine Inverter with digital e-meter

Charles Solid Power 5000 SP Series 50 amp battery charger

Balmar Max Charge MC 612 alternator regulator

Main battery switches: Guest and Perko

PowerMax high output alternator: 2 – includes working spare

KISS 350 watt high output wind generator (mounted on stern) - 2002

Uni-Solar 64w 12v Thinfilm Solar Panel (mounted on stern davits) - 2006

12 volt outlets on binnacle and beside settee.

Shore power service w/cord. Two (2) cords available.


Fresh Water System

Shurflo Aqua King ll marine freshwater pump – 2018

WellSaver freshwater pump tank

Isotemp Slim 6.5 gallon hot water heater – 2008

GE under sink fresh water filtration system with faucet

Hot and cold pressurized water.

Approximately 150 gallons in four tanks.


Tankage

Fresh Water Tanks: (approximately 150 Gallons)

– In 2014 all four aluminum tanks were removed, cleaned, acid washed, epoxied, interior coated with CeramKote 54 (a food grade coating for water tanks), and exterior repainted.

Fuel Tanks: 2 (80 Gallons) aluminum– 2013

Holding Tanks: 1 (35 Gallons) polyethylene - 2008

Propane – 20 lb cast aluminum; recertified 2017


Ground Tackle

Dual Delta anchors mounted at bow with anchor, chain and rode.

Rode: 5/8" 3 braid marine grade nylon (aprox. 250' feet)

Chain: 5/16 BBB type for windlass usage.

Goiot mechanical windlass


Auxiliary Safety Equipment

Revere Survival Products Co., Inc. Sea Sava Plus 4-person inflatable life raft (mounting cradle on aft cabin top)

EPIRB: SAT alert, class B mounted in cockpit.

Smoke Detector

Fixed Fire Extinquishing System (Halon Type); Halon 1301 mounted in engine room-automatic and manual activation.

Fire extinguishers: 3

Hand held search light

First Aid Kit

Carbon monoxide fume detector

 

 


Running Rigging

Barient Self-Tailing Winches

Barlow Self-Tailing Winches

Genoa Roller Furling (Goiot)

LED Spreader Lights

 


Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
 

Builder: Chantier ÙŽEdouard Richard - Marennes, France

Dimensions LOA: 45 ft 0 in

Beam: 13 ft 6 in

Maximum Draft: 6 ft 0 in

Displacement: 28000 lbs

Engines Total Power: 80 HP Engine 1:

Engine Brand: Cummins Model: 4B 3.9M Year Built: 1987

Cylinders: 4 In-Line

Engine Type: Inboard

Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel

Location: Center

Engine Hours: 3627 Drive Type: Direct Drive Engine Power: 80 HP

Engine head overhauled 2001

Transmission rebuilt 2004 Starter replaced 2017


Exclusions:

 

Ship’s clock and barometer All artwork: paintings, wood carvings, sculpture Brass trawler lamp Plates, flatware, bowls, knives, etc

 

Pots and pans Power tools (drills, Fein tool, random orbit sander) Bedding, throw pillows, throw blankets Books

All personal effects


Comments

 

This gorgeous Chassiron 45 is a large classic ketch offering a beautiful richly appointed interior that is ideal for comfortable passage making. Her deep hull provides plenty of storage for fuel, water and supplies. Her interior is classic vintage with a layout that provides complete privacy in both the forward and aft cabin. There are numerous storage cabinets, cubbies, and lockers and the overall layout makes her perfect for a live-aboard. This vessel has taken her owners up and down the eastern seaboard where they enjoyed exploring the coasts of Maine, Nova Scotia, and Newfoundland, as well as Bras D’or Lake and the French islands of St. Pierre and Miquelon. With a keel that runs almost the full length of the vessel, this boat is made for blue water cruising and offshore passages. It balances beautifully and sails smoothly. With the abundance of room below, carrying up to 6 crew members is feasible, however this yacht is easily handled by just two people even on long passages.

 

"Raven" is currently in the water and ready to take her next owners on the adventures of a life time. 

Call now to make an appointment to view this spectacular boat!


Disclaimer
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.
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