Grand Soleil 42

Grand Soleil Engine: Volvo Penta 30 year 2024 new Year: 1992 Type: vela Flag: España Beam: 4.05 mts Loa: 12.65 mts Draft: 2.04 mts Displacement: 9000 Kg

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Carlos Fandiño Fratamico

Perfectly rigged for sailing alone.

Maintained by professional sailor 7th list, VAT paid.

Sold by company invoice. In other words, 'VAT-exempt' invoice.

The buyer avoids paying ITP (Property Transfer Taxes) Only for Spaniards

Sailboat Specifications

Hull Type: Fin w/spade rudder

Rigging Type: Masthead Sloop

LOA:41.50 ft / 12.65 m

LWL:33.14 ft / 10.10 m

S.A. (reported):979.00 ft² / 90.95 m²

Beam:13.29 ft / 4.05 m

Displacement:19,841.00 lb / 9,000 kg

Ballast:7,496.00 lb / 3,400 kg

Max Draft:6.70 ft / 2.04 m


First Built:1989

Builder:Cantiere Del Pardo

Designer:German Frers

Water:90 gals / 341 L

Sailboat Calculations

S.A. / Displ.:21.45

Bal. / Displ.:37.78

Disp: / Len:243.36

Comfort Ratio:27.44

Capsize Screening Formula:1.97

Hull Speed:7.71 kn

Pounds/Inch Immersion:1,573.71 pounds/inch 


Slider - speedometer

Wind speed and direction: RAYTHEON 2012

Repeaters: 1 in cabin

Navigation Center; RAYTHEON

Plotter - Graphing: Lowrance 2019.

Autopilot; RAYTHEON installed in the sector.

Compass / Log Compass

GPS: Lonrance.

VHF Radio: 2 Icom / Shipmate.

Radar: Furuno.


Forced batten mainsail. Half use

furling genoa; 2

Dynema 2021

Storm: 1

Spinnaker: 1

Gennaker / Cruising Spinnaker:1

Jib: 1

Forced battenless mainsail :Dynema 2021




DVD Player


CD playback

Speakers in bathtub

rudder wheel

Helm of respect

Electric windlass 500 W

spinnaker pole

Teak bathtub


bathtub bearing

bathing ladder

Shower in bathtub

Outboard motor bracket

radar reflector

Auxiliary boat

life raft

Safety equipment valid until 2026.

Bathtub table

Seakeeper: what would be an English translation for marine guardian.


marine toilet

Chemical toilet


Automatic battery charging

Electric bilge pump

Manual bilge pump



Hot water

Water purifier

Sea ​​water pump

External power input


Mainsail cover

Bathtub cover

Genoa deck

Last picture is how the boat is build

This structure shown in this image is how a boat is built at the Grand Soleil shipyard.

It is laminated, in its hull, about half the thickness that is given to each hull of the ships that are built in this shipyard.

Therefore, the reason is justified that these are boats that have a higher price than other boats, where this laminated structure is not used in their hull.

This structure supports the Mast Base, Engine Base and on the port and starboard side, the shrouds of both sides are rigidly fixed.

This avoids, during the years of the life of these sailboats, the possible deformations that other constructions usually have through their years of use.