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Model: Jouet 760 Lifting Keel
Price: £9,750 (GBP)
Year: 1985
Hull: GRP

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Model: Jouet 760 Lifting Keel
Price: £9,750 (GBP)
Year: 1985
Hull: GRP
LOA: 24' 10" (7.6m)
LWL: 24' 0" (7.3m)
Beam: 9' 2" (2.8m)
Draft: 5' 6" (1.7m)
Displacement: 13252lbs
Keel: Swinging
Rig: Bermudan Sloop
Engine Type: Yanmar IGM 10
Engine: Inboard diesel
Fuel: Diesel
Location: Cumbria

An immaculate example of the Jouet 760 high performance light displacement design. This boat was built by Yachting France and exhibited at The 1986 Southampton Boat Show. The swing keel allows her a minimum draft of 2ft 7in 0.78 meters and the maximum of 5ft 6in 1.67 meters. She underwent a complete refit in 2005/ 2006, including a professional respray of the hull between the waterline and the toe rail. The refit also included renewal of the standing rigging, renewal of the running rigging, the boom was replaced and all the windows, headlining, sea cocks, piping, carpets and upholstery. All control lines are led aft to the cockpit which is equipped with four Lewmar winches.


Accommodation:
There are a total of six berths in two cabins, with a double in the aft cabin, and four in the saloon and focsl There is a separate heads compartment with a sea toilet and wash basin. There is a large saloon table and a chart table.
Galley:
The galley is well equipped with a two burner gas cooker with grill, a stainless steel sink and a cool box
Sails:
The mainsail by Jeckells was new in 2006, there is also a spare main, 2005 The furling gear is Plastimo 2005. Spinnaker with pole.


Instruments:
Depth sounder, Log, Wind speed/direction,
Electrical System:
12v with shore power
Equipment:
Solar panel,jackstays, fenders,RAC engine starter, engine spares.




Port Side - On her mooring.

View from Port - Note the stack pack, and furling Genoa

View from the water - Mumbo Jumbo afloat on her mooring

The view from Port - Note the spray hood

Seen from the port quarter - There is a fixed boarding ladder on the stern

Looking down into the saloon - The view from the companionway

The saloon - There are two berths forward and two settee berths one port and one to starboard.

The chart table - Situated to port in the saloon

The port side saloon berth - The chart table is on the left the saloon table is folded down

The forward berths - A double berth with stowage below

The starboard berth - The galley is on the right

The galley - There is a gas cooker, a sink and a coolbox

The aft cabin - Note the opening window, there is also good access to the engine and gearbox

The galley - Situated on the starboard side of the saloon, well equipped and compact

The saloon - With the table extended

The heads compartment - Thre is a wash basin and mirror

The aft cabin - A spacious double berth situated aft on the starboard side

The heads compartment -

The heads - Situated on the port side

The engine - Has excellent access

The engine - Note the soundproofing

The switchboard - Located on the bulkhead above the chart table

The builders plate -

The cockpit - There is a large locker on the port side, note the gas bottle stowage

The cockpit locker - close up view

The cockpit locker - A positive cavern

The cockpit - Note the winches and the mainsheet traveller

The cockpit - Seen from the starboard side deck

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The solar panel - Note all control lines are led aft

A general deck view - Note the solar panel and mast detail

The fore deck - Note the fore hatch

The cockpit - Note the sprayhhod and the mainsheet

The cockpit looking forward - The spray hood offers good shelter note the winches mounted under it

The starboard side deck -

The main boom - The stack pack makes sail handling easy

Bow view - Showing the furling gear and pulpit

Looking along the port side deck -

Looking along the port side deck -

The starboard side deck - Note the stackpack which makes sail handling much easier

The fore deck - Note the genoa reefing line and twin mooring cleats

The fore hatch - In the open position

The main boom - Looking aft one can appreciate how the stack pack acts as a sail cover

Mast detail -

Looking aft down the starboard side -

Looking aft down the port side deck - Note that all the control lines are led aft to the cockpit

General deck view - Seen from the fore deck, there is an inner fore stay

The cockpit instruments - Wind speed and direction, depth and log

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Cockpit detail - Note the engine controls and mainsheet traveller

Additional stowage - At the rear of the cockpit note the position of the engine throttle.

On her mooring ready to go -

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Model: Jouet 760 Lifting Keel
Price: £9,750 (GBP)
Year: 1985
Hull: GRP
LOA: 24' 10" (7.6m)
LWL: 24' 0" (7.3m)
Beam: 9' 2" (2.8m)
Draft: 5' 6" (1.7m)
Displacement: 13252lbs
Keel: Swinging
Rig: Bermudan Sloop
Engine Type: Yanmar IGM 10
Engine: Inboard diesel
Fuel: Diesel
Location: Cumbria

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