CIM Maxi 88

CIM Maxi 88, Sail Yacht

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CIM Maxi 88

Sloop

1991

29.64m (97'2")

6.22m (20'4")

2.95m (9'7")

Fibre de verre

1 x 313hp Caterpillar

8 berths in 4 cabins

Spain

1.050.000 € TVA non payée

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Description:

This 1991 Maxi 88, built by the CIM Shipyard in Rochefort, France, impresses with her good sailing performance. She has an outstanding, protected cockpit area. Her interior's huge volume accommodates in style and comfort eight guests. Great crew area!

MOTEURS:
1 x 313hp Caterpillar 3126 DITA, 6 cylinders

VITESSE:
10 knots aprox.

CAPACITES:
Carburant:    3180 Litres
Eau:   3940 Litres
Eaux Usees: 1015 Litres

EQUIPEMENTS MECANIQUES:
Hydraulic retractable bowthruster Lewmar 300 SVTH  
Engine: new clutch 2007  
A centralised hydraulic system operates the winches, the furling gear, the windlass and the bowthruster.  
This system is based on the following principles:  
- Lewmar hydraulic pump coupled to the port side generator set (bow thruster, windlass)  
- 24V Andersen central hydraulic unit (winches, furling gear)  
- 24V Tenderlift hydraulic unit (submersible multi-function platform)  
- 24V Kerdranvat/Bopp hydraulic unit power assisted helm (automatic pilot, tiller, manual helm)  
- Manual five functions Navtec hydraulic unit (halyards (2), backstay (1), outhaul (1) and vang cylinder (1))

GENERATEURS:
Two 25kW Onan generators (one overhauled 2008)
12kW Fisher Panda generator (2006)

AMÉNAGEMENT:
Berths: 8
Cabins: 4
Head: 4
Crew Berths: 5
Crew Cabins: 3
 
This CIM Maxi 88 comes with high ceilings and an entry at the aft end of the main salon.  
 
The main salon comes with a long C-shaped sofa with cocktail table to starboard, a curved settee with large dining chairs to port and a bar area aft to port.  
 
Aft of the salon, a centre hallway leads to the guest cabins. A guest cabin with two single beds, hanging locker and en suite bathroom lies to port. Another guest cabin with double bed, hanging locker and en suite facilities follows to port. Following, there is a private starboard cabin with double bed, hanging locker and en suite bathroom, further a private starboard stateroom with double bed, hanging locker and en suite bathroom.  
 
Further forward are the crew quarters with three sleeping cabins and a shared head off the hallway.

CHAUFFAGE:
Yes

AIR CONDITIONNE:
72,000 B.T.U., all revised 2006

CARRE:
Forward of the salon is a large commercial style galley to starboard and a dinette to port. The L-shaped galley with large island has granite counter tops, sink at the island, huge storage and work areas, racks over the island for storage and full cooking facilities.  
 
There is a crew mess for four people.

NAVIGATION:
Autopilot Robertson AP 45 (revised 2006)

PONT:
Teak deck (2003)  
Anchor winch Lewar 4000  
 
A large cockpit table in varnished teak, with two composite extensions, mounted on stainless steel legs, allows ten people to be comfortably seated sheltered from the sun and adverse weather.  
 
Tenderlift  
Hydraulically operated, the submersible platform (to a depth of 60cm underwater) consisting of a teak grating on an aluminium and stainless steel structure raises and lowers the tender effortlessly.  
The Tenderlift gangway has been specially designed to make access to the deck easier with the possibility of integrating a sliding gangway under the platform. A removable bathing ladder is also specified.  
 
Deck gear  
Mainsail sheet system  
Genoa sheet system  
Self tacking staysail sheet system  
Mast foot blocks  
Runner’s system

VOILES:
Reckman hydraulic genoa
Reckman hydraulic cutter
Sparcraft mast
Hydraulic inmast furling for main mast
Hydraulic backstay

CANOTS / JOUETS:
4m RIB with 50hp outboard

HISTOIRE SERVICE ET CONSTRUCTION:
Teak deck refurbished (2010)  
Hull and superstructure repainted (2010)  
Antifouling and anodes (all checked 03/2008)  
Osmosis treatment (2003 approx.)  
Depth 3.12m  
Gross registered tonnage 102 tons approx.  
Net registered tonnage 63 tons approx.  
Hull built in a sandwich of multi-layer laminates and high-density Airex foam core

COMMENTAIRE DU COURTIER:
This 1991 Maxi 88, built by the CIM Shipyard in Rochefort, France, impresses with her good sailing performance. She has an outstanding, protected cockpit area. Her interior's huge volume accommodates in style and comfort eight guests. Great crew area!

EMPLACEMENT:
Spain