Berths – 8 in 3 double cabins and a larger saloon berth
Overall length - 10.75 meters ( 35ft 3in )
Overall Beam – 3.49 meters ( 11ft 5in )
Draft 1.85 meters ( 6ft )
Code of Practice - Cat 2 certified (60 miles from safe haven, perfect for cross channel France and Channel Island).
A make and model designed by Marc Lombard and manufactured by Jeanneau, Reach 4 the Wind is an outstanding example of this versatile yacht, with the classic Jeanneau lines and highest level of comfort she is a joy to be on board.
In their independent new boat test, Yachting Monthly commented “that the general arrangement is well suited to family coastal and offshore cruising”, also noting that “she proved herself a capable sailing boat in fairly severe wind conditions”.
Being coded for eight and having berthing for nine, there is plenty of room onboard for a full crew.
She is equipped with shore power, hot and cold pressure water system throughout and all cabin space is centrally heated (3 cabins, heads and the saloon).
She has a good size galley with a 140-litre fridge and a high standard of cookware.
Below decks she is finished in Burma teak and blue velvet Paradiso upholstery. The imaginative layout – three-position saloon table and stowable chart table, provides for maximum space and comfort. Additional hull ports are fitted in the after berths. She has a generous and well appointed head (including shower) and CD FM radio.
Raymarine log, depth, speed and wind instruments are displayed at the helm. Down below she is fitted with a DSC, VHF radio (with cockpit speaker) and a colour chart plotter and AIS Transceiver
The mast head rig is fitted with a roller reefing headsail and a single line reefing main (fitted with a lazy bag). She is very easily handled by a short-handed crew. All control lines are led aft through two banks of jammers / clutches on each side of the coach roof which is fitted with two self-tailing winches.
A symmetric spinnaker is provided within the cost for all Skippered and Corporate Charters.
The large cockpit is more than capable of seating the full crew whilst sailing or at rest and is equipped with a stowable table. Two self-tailing primary winches are conveniently situated in easy reach of the crew. Additional mid-ship cleats are provided to help with the busy weekend moorings. There is an anchor windless to take the strain in ground tackle recovery.
She has a full and comprehensive inventory which meets the DoT and MCA coding category class 2 (60 miles from safe haven). All navigation literature and safety equipment is included. Helly Henson and Musto wet weather gear is also available.