€110,000 tax paid

Great spec, fantastic condition SF3200

General Information

Manufacturer/ModelJeanneau Sun Fast 3200
DesignerDaniel Andrieu
New or UsedUsed
Sale StatusAvailable
Tax/VAT StatusTax paid
LyingCannes, France


EngineYanmar 2YM15 15hp
Engine Hours591
Fuel Capacity75l
Hull ConstructionGRP
Keel TypeFin Keel
Drinking Water Capacity80l


Extremely well-optioned and low hours 2014-launched Sun Fast 3200. Perfect for single or twin handed offshore racing. North Sails, B&G instruments and lots more.


Launched in 2014, this sparkling example of the former European Yacht Of The Year, boasts a fantastic spec with the most popular options ticked. Used for racing in and around the S.of.France / Monaco region, she has been well maintained throughout her life. Her highlights include:-

• North sails package with carbon mainsail, 3DL genoa, SK75 rudder and storm jib
• Symmetrical spinnaker equipment with carbon fibre pole
• B&G electronics package with Zeus plotter, PC interface autopilot and mast-repeaters
• VHF with DSC and AIS transceiver
• Upgraded battery capacity with 3x service batteries (replaced 2018)
• 220vAC shore power and battery charger
• Anchoring kit
• Safety equipment package with SeaSafe 4-man liferaft


The Sun Fast 3200 is a cruiser-racing concept that perfectly combines speed and comfort . Its interior layout is exceptional for a boat of this size. The kitchen, the chart table, the two double cabins and the bathroom have been designed to make your life on board easier. Its technical equipment has been designed to be above all, functional and reliable.


Sailing, at its core, is an irrational enterprise. And that's why it so seductive, so addicting. Sure we describe boats in analytical terms in stern-faced reviews but let's face it, dreams and the stuff they're made of are as important to the sailboat industry as the development of new designs and technologies. With this in mind, enter the new Jeanneau Sun Fast 3200. This is an infusion-molded, vacuum-bagged dream machine. It is an Open 60 for the rest of us. I know it has an LOA of just 33 feet, 3 inches, and is surprisingly affordable, but the 3200 is so much fun to sail that it doesn't take much imagination to picture yourself surfing down monster Southern Ocean waves or racing a deep depression across the Bay of Biscay…

…The new 3200, which incidentally was the European Yacht of the Year in 2008, is an intriguing blend of technology, performance and practicality. It is a boat for our times, and with a base price around $160,000 and the support of one of the world's premier builders, the 3200 just may be the answer to your dreams.

Sailing Magazine – February 2009



RCD Status:
• The yacht conforms with the essential safety requirements of Directive 94/25EC (Recreational Craft Directive) and is categorised A – “Ocean”

Hull, Deck & Superstructure Construction:
• Hull constructed in an infused GRP sandwich with balsa core
• Deck constructed in an infused GRP sandwich with PVC core
• Structural inner moulding glued into place
• Infusion moulded mast bulkhead and watertight bulkhead forward
• White gelcoat coloured hull
• White non-slip moulded deck and cockpit sole
• GRP toe rail

Keel & Rudder:
• L-shaped bulb keel with iron fin and lead bulk fixed with bolts and stainless steel backing plates
• Keel epoxy coated
• Twin GRP rudder blades with stainless steel rudder stocks


Engine & gearbox:
• Yanmar 2YM15 15hp 2-cylinder diesel engine
• Yanmar SD20 Saildrive gearbox
• Fresh¬water cooled engine.
• Engine control in cockpit with removable lever

Engine Maintenance:
• Engine hours: approx 591 as of winter 2018

Propulsion & Steering:
• 2-blade folding propeller
• Twin wood tillers with direct connection and linkage bar


Voltage systems:
• 12vDC domestic systems with 220vAC via shore-power

Battery Banks:
• 3 x 105Ah Varta 12vDC service batteries joined in parallel (2018)
• 1 x 12vDC engine start battery

• 12vDC/230vAC 10amp Automatic battery charger

• 12vDC 125Amp engine-mounted alternator

Other Electrical:
• Electrical control panel
• 12v socket
• Victron Energy voltmeter indicator
• Battery level monitor


Fresh Water:
• Pressurised cold water supply with 12vDC pump

Bilge Pumps:
• 12vDC electric bilge pump
• Manual bilge pump


• 75 litres fuel capacity in 1x rotomoulded plastic tank
• Fill¬i¬ng of fuel tank is through deck inlet.

Fresh Water:
• 80 litres fresh water capacity in 1x rotomoulded plastic tank beneath saloon seating
• Fill¬i¬ng of water tank is through deck inlets

Holding Tanks:
• 1x holding tank with discharge to sea

• B&G Zeus T7 GPS chart plotter with Wifi router
• B&G AC42 autopilot with remote control
• 2x B&G Triton T41 digital multi-displays
• 2x B&G maxi displays at mast
• B&G wind, speed and depth transducers
• 2x Plastimo Contest 130 steering compasses at companionway
• PC interface for GPS

Communications Equipment:
• Navicom RT-650 VHF with DSC
• Raymarine AIS650 Class B AIS transceiver


• Stainless steel 2-burner gas hob
• 60 litre icebox
• Sharp 220vAC microwave oven
• Stainless steel sinks with cold pressurised fresh water supply

• Manual marine heads
• Cold pressurised water supplies with shower


• Up to six berths in two double cabins aft and an occasional single berths in the saloon.

Accommodation Layout from Forward:

• Composite watertight bulkhead with through access via deck hatch.

• Finished in GRP
• Head access via sliding door in composite forward bulkhead
• Sink with pressurised shower fixture
• Drainage of compartment via bilge
• opening deck hatch
• Marine head with manual pump
• Holding tank.

• Table with folding leaves
• 2 bench seats with back rest 2m long
• Storage under bench seats and behind back rests
• Storage compartments under side deck to port and starboard
• Fixed ports along coachroof
• Cushions and back rests have removable covers
• Removable floorboards
• 80 L water tank under saloon seating.

• L-galley to starboard
• Worktop of laminate
• Storage and access to through-hull
• Stainless steel sink
• Pressurised cold water tap
• Storage for flatware and rubbish bag mount
• 2 burner hob
• 60 L icebox
• Fixed port above galley
• Handrail in façade

Chart Table:
• Chart table to port with storage within desk
• Panel for mounting electronics
• Designed to be compatible with a laptop computer.

Aft Cabins:
• Mirrored port and starboard
• Double berth 1,96 m long
• Mattresses with removable fabric covers
• large port opening into the cockpit per cabin
• 2 fabric hanging lockers
• Complete access to engine compartment
• Access to battery switches
• Cabin doors of the same fabric as the hanging lockers


• Keel-stepped 19/20 fractional mast from Sparcraft
• Anodised aluminium alloy spars
• 2x sets of pushing spreaders
• Stainless steel Dyform shrouds
• Adjustable backstay with returns to each helm
• Forestay with hardware for hanked-on sail
• Mainsail traveller track in rear of cockpit
• Harken deck hardware
• Line jammers on coachroof for halyards and control lines
• Multipurpose genoa halyards so that one can be used as the spinnaker pole uphaul
• Doubled mainsail halyard with shackle
• 2x masthead spinnaker halyards
• Mainsheet with fine tune
• Mainsail outhaul
• Adjustment lines for mainsheet car and genoa cars
• 2x reef lines
• Rigid boom vang.
• Carbon fibre spinnaker pole stowed on deck
• Spinnaker track on mast with uphaul and downhaul
• Stainless steel bobstay at bow for fitment of asymmetric spinnaker

• 2x Harken Performa winches for genoa and spinnaker
• 2x Harken Performa winches on coachroof for halyards and control lines

• North Sails Carbon battened mainsail – 2014
• North Sails Radian NDR 6.0 battened mainsail – 2014
• North Sails 3DL 680 Aramid/Carbon hanked Light/Medium jib – 2014
• North Sails Norlam 7.0 NLGX No.2 jib - 2014
• North Sails ORC Max Dyneema SRP heavy jib with reef – 2014
• North Sails High visibility storm orange DP storm jib – 2014
• North Sails SK75 S4 heavy runner symmetrical spinnaker – 2014

• Forward stainless steel pulpit
• Aft stainless steel pushpits
• Twin lifelines with stainless steel stanchions,
• Mooring cleats without fairleads aft (on deck edge)
• Mooring cleat without fairleads on foredeck
• Toerail moulded with the deck
• Handrails on deck
• Storage lockers to port and starboard with access by deck hatches
• Cockpit bench seating
• Gas bottle storage in cockpit
• Storage for liferaft in central locker
• Swim ladder on stern
• Foot hold in centre of cockpit and near helm positions.
• Plexiglass companionway door lockable from interior and exterior with air vents,
• Sliding GRP hatch with ocean cover in GRP

Anchoring & Mooring:
• Anchor with chain
• Mooring cleats without fairleads aft (on deck edge)
• Mooring cleat without fairleads on foredeck

Covers, Cushions & Canvas:
• Mainsail cover

Safety Equipment:

General note on safety equipment: Any safety equipment such as liferafts, Epirbs, fire extinguishers and flares etc. are usually personal to the current owner(s) and if being left on-board as part of the sale of a used vessel may require routine servicing, replacement, or changing to meet a new owners specific needs.

• Safety equipment package
• 4-man liferaft
• Horseshoe buoy with light
• Floating throwing line

Viewing arrangements

Lying: Cannes, France

Available to view strictly by appointment

Office Hours Mon- Fri 0900 – 17.00
Saturday by prior appointment

For more information or to arrange a viewing please contact us.

Please Note: Due to the varying locations of our yachts, your travel time and the distances that may be involved, we recommend that you only make arrangements to view if you are actively considering purchase.

Tel: +44 (0)1590 673715
Email: enquiries@grabauinternational.com

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