0 1993 JFA 75 Alloy Custom Sloop For Sale | Grabau International Yacht Brokerage


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Fantastic custom aluminium performance sloop

General Information

Manufacturer/ModelJFA 75 Alloy Custom Sloop
DesignerFinot Conq / Patrick Roséo
Boat NameRunaway Bunny
New or UsedUsed
Sale StatusAvailable
Tax/VAT StatusTax not paid
LyingPalma de Mallorca, Spain


LOA22.87m (75'0")
LWL19.6m (64'0")
Beam6.19m (20'0")
Draft3m (9'0")
Hull ConstructionAluminium
EngineYanmar 4LHA-STP 240hp
Keel TypeFin Keel

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    Utterly fantastic custom aluminium performance sloop from JFA in France to designs by Finot Conq & Patrick Roséo. Continually and comprehensively updated and refitted during her last ownership of 20yrs.


    Custom built by JFA in France in 1993 to designs by Finot Conq & Patrick Roséo, RUNAWAY BUNNY (originally named KERMOR) was conceived as a ‘money no object’ stylish light displacement ocean cruiser to take her first owner around the world in comfort, safety and at speed. In terms of design, she was well ahead of her time, with a fine bow entry, broad stern, water ballast tanks and powerful yet easily-managed rig with swept-back spreaders. Below decks, she was also light-years ahead of her counterparts with a bright and airy interior featuring proper double berths for owner and guests.

    Purchased by her current and third owner in 2004, RUNAWAY BUNNY has been used privately for cruising on both sides of the Atlantic. Maintained by a full-time captain and with a continual program of refit and upgrade, often back at the JFA shipyard, RUNAWAY BUNNY has never been left wanting for anything. She has benefitted from comprehensive upgrades in the last twenty years costing in excess of Euro 800,000.

    Her specification highlights are many and include:-
    • Aluminium hull, deck and superstructure construction
    • 4-cabin, 4-heads interior layout with master cabin in the bow and twin double cabins aft
    • Carbon fibre mast
    • Movable water ballast
    • 3.00m shoal-draft keel draft
    • Teak laid side decks
    • Twin helm pedestals
    • Hydraulic retractable bowthruster
    • Yanmar 4-cylinder diesel engine with 3-bladed feathering propeller
    • Full battened mainsail
    • Hydraulic genoa and staysail furlers
    • Hydraulic winch package
    • Harken deck gear
    • B&G instrument displays
    • Raymarine chart plotter and Raymarine radar
    • SSB radio
    • Electro-hydraulic fold out bathing platform
    • RIB tender with 18hp outboard
    • Twin Kohler 9kW generators
    • Schenker reverse-osmosis watermaker
    • Air-conditioning throughout
    • Sea-water cooled twin refrigerators and freezer at galley
    • Retractable LCD TV in saloon with surround sound system
    • Teak interior joinery

    2023 survey available.


    I have owned ‘RUNAWAY BUNNY’ since 2004 and only used her as a private yacht for cruising predominantly throughout the East Coast of the US, Caribbean and Mediterranean.

    During the 2022-2023 season ‘RUNAWAY BUNNY’ has traveled 12,000 NM and has sailed from the Newport Rhode Island, Bermuda, Dutch West Indies, Antigua, Iceland, Ireland, France, North of Spain, Portugal and Mallorca to date.

    She has amazing sailing characteristics thanks to her 2,500lts of freshwater ballast. On a number of occasions, she has easily completed 340+ nm runs in 24 hours making for some of the most exciting sailing, she is ahead of her time! This proved to be a massive safety feature this season, being able to catch systems and having the ability to get out of the way of fast-moving lows. This is something that is becoming more important with the changes in global weather patterns, having the ability to point very high and also make great milage.


    • New Starlink satellite internet and phone antenna
    • New NMEA network cables
    • New fitting for NMEA fault and protection boxes behind navigation station
    • Rig inspection
    • New Bow thruster electric controller panel
    • New wiring run and proximity switches
    • New Hydraulic line on transom door
    • New Engine start battery
    • New High pressure main water supply line
    • New Gas detector and solenoid
    • New Racor diesel-water separators
    • New fuel lines
    • New 2x ICOM handheld VHF
    • New Steiner Commander binoculars
    • New HP printer
    • New 200 pieces set hard case toolbox
    • New Fleetband Sailor 150 Satellite Phone service
    • New Ronstan/Harken/ mainsail cars, tracks inspection
    • Liferaft service
    • Forestay ram rebuilt and new shaft machined
    • Manual Navtec hydraulic unit overhauled and rebuilt
    • Fuel tanks cleaned and refurbished
    • Engine major service included replacing injectors, removal of heat exchanger and oil cooler including all oils and coolant plus valve adjustments
    • Gen 1 major service
    • Gen 2 major service and injectors replaced
    • Emergency tiller serviced
    • Raw water manifold sea cocks for heat exchangers and water maker replaced

    • New Davis Mark 15 Sextant
    • New Spotlight
    • New VHF/AIS
    • New ICOM Commander VHF radio at helm station with DSC
    • New Raymarine HD 18inch radar dome Masthead TV antenna
    • New Shorepower connection with converter transformer
    • New Galvanic isolator
    • New Reverso oil changing system
    • New Hydraulic winch motors
    • Major service of all winches
    • Rigging systems inspected/serviced/replaced
    • New Raymarine electronics
    • New Victron combined charger/inverter
    • New Mastervolt invertors
    • New Victron charger controllers
    • New electrical system cables both 230v/110v/24v/12v
    • New electrical junction boxes installed
    • Refrigeration re-gassed and serviced
    • New raw water pumps for air conditioning including loop flushed
    • New Zen150 silent watermaker with auto flush and touch screen installed
    • New Bow thruster batteries
    • Bow thruster service
    • Hull surveyed
    • New anodes
    • New service batteries (10 x Lifelong AGM’s)
    • New battery charger system
    • New twin rudders with stainless steel stock supported by 2x roller bearings serviced including a complete set of new bearings as spare
    • New sump boxes
    • New bilge pumps
    • New black water holding tank plumbing and breather filters
    • Automatic fire control system serviced
    • Fire extinguishers serviced
    • Drained Anchor locker with a Lewmar hydraulic anchor windlass serviced in stripped and serviced
    • Water tanks cleaned and flushed
    • Lewmar hydraulic power pack serviced
    • Shaft inspected and stern gland done
    • Cabinetry repairs and replacement
    • Heads Major service/replacement of vacuum system
    • Dometic Vacuum heads fully serviced
    • Re-bedding of hatch lenses and removal of rudders and quadrants for inspection or replacement of wear parts
    • Cable & quadrant steering connection serviced

    • New inverter
    • New mooring cleats fore, midships and aft including backing plates

    • B&G Wifi Module
    • B&G Wind sensor transducer

    • Hull topsides repainted
    • Replacement mast step remanufactured and refitted

    • New black water tanks
    • B&G depth Transducer

    • Running rigging replaced
    • Replacement of teak laid deck, cockpit seating and cockpit sole

    • New stainless steel rod standing rigging
    • New Engine

    • Southern Spars carbon fiber Veelux Boom with 2 x boom lights, slab reefing (3 reefs) and locking cams for three reefs installed


    A modern hull shape, directly influenced by our racing experience, but specially adapted to cruising a fine bow entry for comfort when passing through waves, a stern transom designed for stability under sail with special control and flair when going downwind’. This is how Pascal Conq – chief architect at the firm of Finot Conq resumes the design. Two months after being launched Kermor took to the open ocean to undertake a circumnavigation and continues her voyage to this day.


    JFA Yachts was founded in March 1993 at Concarneau in Brittany, a region in France rich in maritime heritage.
    Kermor, a 75’ light displacement sailing yacht, was the first yacht produced by the shipyard. Kermor means ‘ house on the sea’ in Bretton. Her owner christened the yacht after a hotel on the ‘Sables Blancs‘beach in Concarneau where he took up residence during the construction of the yacht. “It was fascinating going through this building process with JFA, I felt I was at home. My Yacht is called Kermor and will indeed be my home on the water. Kermor is just as I imagined her, we built her together.” Kermor’s owner. These words still resonate at JFA Yachts because they resume perfectly the shipyards’ approach: we don’t build a yacht for a client, but with a client. This characterizes what we call today, a Boutique Shipyard; where the expertise, the savoir-faire, and family environment make the construction project into a unique experience. Today nearly 30 new build and 40 refit projects, yachts, both sailing and motor, monohull, and multihull, built from both aluminium and composite explore the planet. Not one has really left JFA Yachts’ sight.



    RCD Status:
    • Our understanding is that the vessel is exempt from European Union Recreational Craft Directive as she was first placed into use within the EU prior to 16th June 1998

    Hull, Deck & Superstructure Construction:
    • Aluminium hull, superstructure and deck construction
    • White painted topsides All grip Snow White G8044/F863/N8101
    • Teak laid side decks, cockpit and bathing platform
    • Hull skin single plate construction.
    • Structural bulkheads are of aluminium contraction consisting of posts. The woodwork and cabinetry are not part of the structural integrity making for ease of refining and modifying if so desired.
    • Replaced teak laid deck, cockpit seating and cockpit sole – 2016
    • Hull treated, faired and painted – 2018
    • Teak toe rail
    • Steel construction Engine beds

    Keel & Rudder:
    • 3.00m deep draft lead bulb keel
    • Twin rudders with stainless steel stock supported by 2x roller bearings serviced - 2022 including a complete set of new bearings as spare.


    Engine & gearbox:
    • Yanmar 4LHA-STP 177kW/240 mhp 4-cylinder turbocharged direct injection diesel engine – 2014
    • Single lever engine controls at helm position.
    • Separ fuel/water filter with bypass

    Maintenance & Performance:
    • Engine hours: Approx 2,721 as of Autumn 2023
    • Date of last engine service – August 2023
    • Fuel consumption at cruising speed – approx. 15 l/h @1800 rpm and 24 l/h @2,400 rpm
    • Range at cruising speed – approx. 8-9 Knots
    • Reverso oil changing system - 2022
    • New Racor diesel/water separators - 2023
    Propulsion & Steering:
    • Maxpower hydraulic R300 Hydraulic retractable bowthruster
    • Max Prop 3-blade feathering propeller
    • Stainless steel propeller shaft
    • Shaft inspected and stern gland - serviced 2022
    • Steering wheel consoles to port and starboard with Elkhide hide-covered aluminium helm wheels
    • Cable & quadrant steering connection - serviced 2022
    • Emergency tiller - serviced 2023.

    • Navtec Commander hydraulic powerpack
    • Hydraulics for bowthruster, vang, backstay, swimming platform
    • Hydraulic line on transom door replaced June 2023


    Voltage systems:
    • 24vDC domestic system with 12vDC engine start battery and 220v/110v AC 50Hz system via shore power, generator or inverter
    • 220v/110v AC 50Amp/50Hz shorepower connection with a 12.5 KVA ANG converter transformer - 2022
    • 1x Rockstone 5000w portable step up & down transformer

    Battery Banks:
    • 1x 12vDC engine start battery – 2023
    • 12vDC generator start battery bank
    • 8x 12v 255 Amp lifelong AGM service battery bank – 2022
    • Batteries located in a vented GRP box located under the midships flooring (centre line).
    • 1x lifelong 12v/255 Amp Hydraulic bow thruster batteries replaced in 2022
    • Victron battery monitoring system
    • 2x Xantrex battery monitors (for services and emergency batteries)

    • 2x Victron Skylla-TG 220v/110AC 24V 80 Amp charger/inverter

    • 1x Mastervolt MASS SINE 24/2500W 230V/50Hz 24vDC inverter - 2022

    • 1x 110 Amp 24v engine mounted alternator serving the house batteries.
    • 1x 55 Amp 12v engine mounted alternator serving the engine start battery.

    • 2x Kohler 9Kw 9EFKOZD 220vAC 50Hz diesel generator - 2018
    • Date of last generators service: April 2023
    • Generators hours: 4,000 hrs approximately each as of Autumn 2023

    Shore Power:
    • 220v/110v AC 50Amp/50Hz shorepower connection with a 12.5 KVA ANG converter transformer - 2022
    • Rockstone 5000w portable step up & down transformer
    • 220vAC sockets throughout interior
    • Zinc Saver galvanic isolator
    • Pro Safe FS60 60 Amp galvanic isolator installed in 2022


    Fresh Water:
    • 24vDC pressurised fresh water system - 2023
    • Pressurized hot & cold water throughout the vessel via 220v high pressure pump which works via 24v inverter
    • Water heated from main engine & Isotherm immersion heater in 2x 76 litre well-insulated tanks
    • Filtered drinking water with 2x filters
    • Hot & cold fresh water shower at bathing platform

    • Schenker Zen 150 touch 220vAC reverse-osmosis watermaker with auto flush producing approx. 150-200 litres per hour (used just once since instllation) – May 2023
    • Watermaker Display at chart table

    Bilge Pumps:
    • 24vDC electric bilge pumps with overrides at DC panel
    • 6x new submersible high flow discharge 24v electric bilge pump with both automatic and manual settings including new spare bilge pumps
    • 2x Manual bilge pumps, one being below and the other in the cockpit
    • Bilge alarms

    Gas system:
    • Stowage for four gas bottles in the tender garage to starboard
    • New gas detector and solenoid - 2023
    • New gasoline - 2023
    • Solenoid valve for turning off gas bottles located below the stove


    • 1,400 litres in 6x 230 litres aluminium tanks + 1x day tank 90l
    • Filling of fuel tanks is through deck inlet.
    • Fuel level monitoring

    Fresh Water:
    • Ballast tanks
    • 5,000 litres in 2x 2,500 litres aluminium tanks
    • Filling of water tanks is through deck inlet.
    • Water level monitoring

    Holding Tanks:
    • 2x 200 litres black water aluminium holding tank
    • Holding tank monitoring system
    • Black water discharges to sea or to black water holding tanks


    At Helm:
    • Raymarine Axiom chart plotter – 2022
    • Raymarine HD 18inch radar dome November - 2022
    • B&G depth Transducer - 2017
    • B&G Wifi Module - 2019
    • B&G Wind sensor transducer – 2019
    • 2x steering compasses

    At Chart Table:
    • Raymarine plotter display
    • HP multi-function wireless printer

    Communications Equipment:
    • ICOM Commander VHF radio at helm station with DSC – 2022
    • Vesper Cortex VHF/AIS at helm - Nov 2022
    • VHF high gain antenna
    • 2x ICOM handheld VHF - 2023
    • Masthead TV antenna
    • Starlink antenna - 2023
    • Fleetband Sailor 150 Satellite Phone - serviced in 2023


    • Panasonic integrated Microwave with grill.
    • Stainless steel 3-burner oven with stainless steel panelling to oven surround.
    • 2x Stainless steel sinks drained via seacocks or electric pump with mixer tap over
    • Domestic front opening refrigerator to port
    • Top opening refrigerator
    • Top opening freezer
    • Extractor fan in galley

    • 4x Domestic vacuum foot operated flush marine toilets
    • 3x bidet in owner, mid-ship and aft port heads
    • Hot & cold pressurised water supplies with throughout
    • Electric sump pumps to showers

    • 220vAC reverse-cycle air-conditioning system with fan coils in all accommodation cabins, saloon and galley
    • Hella Turbo electric fans to the galley, aft cabin, saloon and chart tabl.
    • Dorade over galley and flush deck ventilators to all living quarters

    • Sony radio, DVD player and CD player in Port Aft, Midships
    • Pioneer radio system owner cabin
    • 180W MR6W Boss speakers: 2x for each cabin and 1x aft cabin(s)
    • 2x Polkaudio large speakers forward in saloon
    • 4x Fusion speakers in the cockpit
    • Pull out TV to port next to saloon seating
    • Amplified TV antenna
    • Marshall sound system portable


    Summary of Accommodation:
    • Guest accommodation for 8 in master double cabin forward, one bunk bed cabin to port side and two mirrored double cabins aft with ensuite heads for all cabins;

    Accommodation Finish:
    • Painted heads over acrylic &plywood
    • Canvas lee cloths for all bunks.
    • Blinds for side windows and portholes.
    • Interior finished in teak with a satin varnish finish
    • Corian counters in saloon and heads
    • Ply cored cabin sole with PVC veneer
    • Creme vinyl padded head linings with teak battening
    • Cream coloured upholstery to the saloon – 2005
    • Bed linen throughout - - 2023
    • Bed mattresses in all cabins - 2023
    • Red lights over the chart table and saloon on starboard.

    Accommodation layout from Forward:

    Owner stateroom:
    • Double bed with 2x reading spot lights
    • Ventilator fan
    • Lounge sofa to starboard
    • 2x large wardrobes
    • Table with chair, 220V sockets and USB socket
    • 2x deck hatches
    • Pioneer radio
    • 2x audio speakers
    • Telephone
    • 2x air-conditioning fan coils
    • Air conditioning control panel
    • B&G repeater display
    • Cabinets, bed drawers and lockers
    • Mirror

    Owner bathroom:
    • Water mixer tap sink with mirror and lower cabinet
    • Drawers
    • 2x Cupboard
    • WC with bidet
    • Separated shower with closing door, settee and teak panel grating
    • 2x Ventilation hatch

    Forward twin bed forward guest cabin to port:
    • 2x single bunk beds with 2x reading spotlights
    • 2x Ventilation fan
    • Wardrobe
    • 3x drawers
    • Deck hatch
    • Radio with speaker
    • USB socket

    Forward bathroom to starboard:
    • Water mixer tap sink with mirror and lower cabinet
    • Mirror
    • WC and bidet
    • Shower and teak panel grating
    • Ventilation hatch
    • Air conditioning fan coil

    • C-shape sofa settee around dining table to port with 2x fixed chairs
    • Teak dining table
    • Lower cabinets, drawers and TV
    • Chart table with 2x sofa settee and movable stool to starboard side
    • Cupboards and cabinets
    • 6x deck hatches and 6 deck windows
    • 2x structural poles

    • Galley hood
    • Ventilation Deck window
    • Metal wall cover
    • Double sink with water mix tap
    • Drinkable water tap
    • Breakers panel
    • Cockpit window
    • Generator and Victron charger, inverter control panel

    Aft bathroom to starboard:
    • Water mixer tap sink with lower cabinet
    • Mirror
    • WC
    • Shower and teak panel grating
    • Ventilation hwindow
    • Air conditioning fan coil

    Aft double cabin to starboard
    • Double bed with 1x reading spotlights
    • B&G repeater display
    • Audio speaker
    • Ventilation fan
    • Air conditioning fan coil
    • Deckhead hatch
    • Port to the cockpit
    • Port to the deck side
    • Cupboards
    • 2x 220V sockets

    Aft double cabin to port
    • Double bed with reading spotlights
    • B&G repeater display
    • Audio speaker
    • 2x Ventilation fan
    • Air conditioning fan coil
    • Deckhead hatch
    • Port to the cockpit
    • Port to the deck side
    • Double door cupboard
    • 2x 220V sockets

    Aft bathroom to port:
    • Water mixer tap sink with lower cabinet
    • Mirror
    • WC and bidet
    • Separated shower and teak panel grating
    • Ventilation window
    • Air conditioning fan coil


    • Navtec rod standing rigging – replaced 2014 (date of last rig check – 2022/23)
    • Running rigging replaced - 2016
    • Southern Spars carbon fiber mast being keel stepped with four sets of spreaders
    • Southern Spars carbon fiber Veelux Boom with 2 x boom lights, slab reefing (3 reefs) and locking cams for three reefs installed - 2009.
    • Mast is stepped on a metal mast step with a moveable shoe for rake adjustment with longitudinal girders between bulkheads for chain plate tie rods
    • Mast step remanufactured and re-fitted – 2018
    • Navtec hydraulic backstay cylinders, hydraulic vang, hydraulic main outhaul and hydraulic forestay ram with 4-way selector and 1 x gauge
    • Reckmann hydraulic genoa furler
    • Reckmann hydraulic staysail furler
    • Baby stay with manual furling gear
    • Check stays
    • Ronstand Deck mounted genoa and staysail tracks
    • Spinlock jammers
    • Adjustable mainsheet track
    • Mast jacks and blocks including manual pump

    • 2x Lewmar 700ST 3-speed hydraulic self-tailing primary sheet winches
    • 1x Lewmar 58ST 2-speed hydraulic self-tailing mainsheet winch
    • 2x Lewmar 58ST 2-speed hydraulic self-tailing secondary cockpit winches
    • 2x Lewmar 48ST 2-speed manual self-tailing secondary cockpit winches
    • 1x Lewmar 65ST 2-speed manual self-tailing halyard winch aft of mast
    • 2x Lewmar 58ST 2speed manual self-tailing halyard winch aft of mast

    • North Sails NPL Tour UltraX NorLam NLU450 fully battened mainsail – 2023
    • North Sails NPL Tour UltraX NorLam NLU450 furling 130% genoa – 2023
    • North Sails NPL Tour UltraX NorLam NLU450 Furling Inner Jib – 2023

    • Goiot Opening deckhead hatches
    • Stainless steel swimming ladder
    • Varnished teak cockpit table with folding leafs
    • Electro-hydraulic opening bathing platform
    • Stainless steel pulpit and pushpit with twin guard wires and stanchions.
    • Starboard, port and aft boarding gate(s).
    • Shower at swimming platform.
    • Fresh water washdown connector for deck hose under helm seats.
    • Liferaft cradle positioned forward of the sprayhood
    • Stainless steel outboard motor bracket to aft centerline above tender garage/transom
    • Carbon passerelle with 4x carbon stanchion

    Exterior Lighting:
    • Up & down lights on 4x spreaders
    • Deck working lights
    • Foredeck light position to the front of the mast
    • LED lights all-through

    Anchoring & Mooring:
    • Anchor foldable arm with piston
    • 24vDC electric anchor windlass with remote control handset
    • Drained Anchor locker with a Lewmar hydraulic anchor windlass serviced in stripped and serviced in Oct 2022
    • Anchor remote control and controls in the cockpit
    • CQR 80kg anchor with approx 137 meters of anchor chain
    • Mooring cleats fore, midships and aft including backing plates - 2021
    • Various mooring warps and fenders
    • Boat hook.

    Covers, Cushions & Canvas:
    • Creme coloured canvas mainsail stackpack with lazyjacks
    • Sprayhood with stainless stell Framework
    • Cockpit bimini with stainless stell Framework
    • Boom cockpit awning on both sides
    • Cockpit table cover

    Tender & Outboard:
    • Highfield Aluminium 310 tender with stowage chocks on foredeck - May 2023
    • NS 18hp short leg outboard engine - May 2023
    • 1x tender anchor and chain in bag
    • Fixed 24v Turbomax air pump to inflate/deflate tender and fenders located in port lazaret


    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.

    Navigation lights:
    • Tri-colour navigation light
    • Port & Starboard LED bow navigation light

    Life Saving:
    • 8-man Hard Case liferaft stowed on foredeck - 7/2023
    • Bosun's chair and mast safety harness
    • 2x JonBouy
    • 8x tropical immersion suits
    • SART/AIS
    • EPIRB
    • 9x DCP fire extinguishers
    • CO2 portable fire extinguisher
    • Automatic fire suppression system in engineering spaces
    • Ocean flare, smoke and rocket kit
    • 2x Rocket and Flare kits (1x in grab bag and 1x in tender)
    • MOB grab bag and harness
    • Manual hydraulic rig cutter in pelican case stored in starboard lazaret.
    • Boat hook
    • 10x 150N offshore lifejackets
    • Child lifejacket
    • Lifelines
    • Emergency grab bag and survival equipment for tender

    Fire Control:
    • 220vAC submersible fire pump with lay flat fire house for fire fighting and flooding
    • Engine room meets SOLAS B-15 requirements with a fire suppression system
    • LSA/FFE (requires servicing)
    • Automatic fire control system serviced - 2022
    • Fire extinguishers serviced – 2022
    • CO2 portable fire extinguisher
    • Smoke detector

    Viewing arrangements

    Lying Palma de Mallorca, Spain

    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.

    Lead Broker: Lucio Pellegrini
    Tel: +34 675 236 174
    Email: lucio@grabauinternational.com

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