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Old 12-10-2021, 03:58 AM   #1
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2006 TMC Alloy Explorer/Trawler Joubert 72' France

2006 Trawler/Explorer 650000 US$

Built in "Sealium" from Pechiney allloy 15% stronger than the 5086 or 5083

LOA 22.07 m

Hull L 21.135 m

Lflott. 19.30m

Beam maxi 5.90m (overall)

Hull Beam 5.80m

AIr draft with arch 7.70m ,

Air draft without arch 4.95 m

Draft light 1.60 m

Draft full loaded 1.80 m

Displacement light 47 T

Displacement full load 60 T

Water tank 2000 lt

Diesel tanks 9000 lt (able to made an Atlantic crossing, could be delivered every where, depending only ...covid restrictions :-))



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2 Caterpillar C12 705 cv 750 h 30/11/2021

ZF350 2,077/1

Caterpillar Multi-Station control System ICH

Aquadrive CV60 Aquadrive HDL700

Shaft seal ERCEM

Propeler 4 blade

Shaft inox 80mm


Side Power 90 liter hydraulique

2 Windlass hydraulique Maxwell 4000

Bowtrhuster Side Power SP550HYD

2hydraulic pump Sauer Danfoss JRL-060-B2

Stabilisateur Vetus (vérin 2021)

Gangway hydraulicOpacmare

Crane hydraulic OPACMARE 350kgs
Antifouled 09/2021


Trawler designed by Joubert/Nivelt for a project launched by a director of Alubat. The distribution of the arrangement brings it closer to the Selene 66 with more volume than the latter. Sélène/Trawler Joubert hull length 20.19/21.14 m, flotation 18.75/19.30 m, width5.69/5.90 m .With its very dense structure, supporting 8 mm Sealium plating, its reliable engines, large autonomy, this trawler would be a perfect support for "off-road" trips. Probably more in its true place in Alaska, Spitsbergen, Patagonia... Structure designed by Veritas Paris, plating certificates, welder certificates, welding control was all made by VERITAS.
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Old 12-29-2021, 04:04 AM   #2
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She is in need of some paint job ? :-)

https://youtu.be/ed5SBVwZ4D8?t=9
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Old 01-05-2022, 05:57 AM   #3
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Yes for the topside .

We will get a quotation for that next week.
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Old 01-15-2022, 04:07 AM   #4
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Some photos

Last year friend of us said i will buy our 72' to bring her in Ukraine and "refit" her (mainly paint).
But he retract because he bought ...3 another boat !
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Old 01-16-2022, 08:38 AM   #5
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OP, looking at the instrument gauge cluster on your dash, was wondering if you are a pilot?
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Old 01-16-2022, 12:18 PM   #6
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If I don't

misunderstand your question, the answer is : yes

You can see the cover of the "Simrad AP50" just above the throttle on the photo below
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Old 01-16-2022, 05:54 PM   #7
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Pardon, my question was unclear. Are you a airplane or helicopter pilot? I recall that you had that boat built, and by the looks of the cluster of gauges it would seem that perhaps you were, the way they are laid out.
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Old 01-17-2022, 03:00 AM   #8
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The "problem"is not

your question...it is my poor level in English.
Unfortunately I am not a pilot even a "recreational one" .
It was my dream, but young not enough money, finally one day I register in a small club at "Avy" in France. I start the theoretical and one week later they receive a new airplane, the deliverer and the instructor try the new airplane : accident tow people died
I stop !
6 month later I think "you are stupid it is very rare" and I come back to this club, but a "learner" made some mistake and he fall with the instructor just few hundred meter before the airfield : one died and one badly injuries


I definitely stop
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Old 02-19-2022, 09:00 AM   #9
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Did you

think she could get more interest if already in USA ?
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Old 02-19-2022, 09:18 AM   #10
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LC, I don’t think there would be more interest in the US. American yachtsmen are more conservative and generally prefer fiberglass. They like nice wide beams and plenty of interior volume. A metal vessel would do well in the Pacific NW, but that’s a long way from France.

The advantage of this country is the large number of wealthy individuals who could afford a vessel of that size and price range.

But I would think that Northern Europe would still be the best place to market your metal vessel. If you’re having difficulty selling then there is one reason. There is only and always only one reason.

Price. You haven’t found that magical price point yet.
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Old 02-19-2022, 09:26 AM   #11
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think she could get more interest if already in USA ?

However back to your question, perhaps advertise that sale of the boat includes free delivery to NE America. If it costs you $40k in fuel, crew and return airline tickets, just factor that into your costs.

An interesting marketing ploy which might open up the North American market to you.
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For the price

some of my friend said : because the price is ...too low and when people saw a "low" price they always immediately thinking : why ? Where is the problem ?
Off course we could delivered her to USA.
We living on our different boat during the last ...46 year (except when we build the next one ...)
We already miss two opportunities ( smaller boat in the range of 18 m), now we found another potential nice boat for us and we are open to negotiate... until we miss also this one.
May be we could make a .... oups I don't know the word in English !
In French we say "sondage" (and now with the coming election we have a lot ...) here:


what is a real interesting price for our 72' ?

(good technical condition) the only "problem" she is in need of paint ).


The volume is little bigger than a Selene 66


https://www.yachtworld.fr/yacht/2009-selene-62-8048357/

https://www.yachtworld.fr/yacht/2006-selene-66-8060392/



And the price is close to the price of a "small" selene 48'


https://www.yachtworld.fr/yacht/2006-selene-66-8060392/


Or this much more older/smaller steel hulled boat

https://www.yachtworld.fr/yacht/1993...21.60-6992979/


or this wooden one
https://www.yachtworld.fr/yacht/1973...awler-7903378/


The problem if the price of a 72' alloy trawler from 2006 twin C12 is lowered to low we will not be able to buy a 60' steel trawler from the 90
https://www.devalk.nl/en/yachtbroker...SCH-17.5M.html

https://www.devalk.nl/en/yachtbroker...ER-KOTTER.html



or one 17 loa same age
https://www.devalk.nl/en/yachtbroker...RVEY-1650.html


what is a real interesting price for our 72' ?
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Old 02-19-2022, 12:46 PM   #13
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LC you have a beautiful, amazing vessel. But trying to accurately gauge the listing/selling price for a custom boat is incredibly challenging.

One thing I learned however is that you can't price the boat based on what it cost you to build. @Yachtbrokerguy once told me "There is an old joke among yacht brokers about custom built boats... 'Build a one off and when you sell, take half off.'"

Definitely interview and find the best qualified broker who can guide you and market it correctly.
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LC you have a beautiful, amazing vessel. But trying to accurately gauge the listing/selling price…

Definitely interview and find the best qualified broker who can guide you and market it correctly.
Oh please. Seller is doing fine. He probably knows more about boats than 99% of brokers.

It appears as though you’re trying to get a listing. I have had so many bad broker experiences…. including many mistakes, omissions, wrong pictures, etc. on Yachtworld. Don’t even get me started on “ready to cruise!”.
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Old 02-19-2022, 01:09 PM   #15
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:-)
We made 3 "one off", always take back our initial amount of money (but 'lost' our x thousand labor hour.)
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Oh please. Seller is doing fine. He probably knows more about boats than 99% of brokers.

It appears as though you’re trying to get a listing.
Wow, what a weird thing to say.

So the OP is looking for advice as to why his boat isn't selling or isn't selling in the American market. Why don't you offer some helpful advice?
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For information the type of alloy used to built the Pacific 72


https://squalt-marine-international.com/about-sealium/
PECHINEY SEALIUM MARINE ALUMINUM ALLOY BOATBUILDING AND DENSITIES OF MATERIALS
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Old 02-28-2022, 02:26 PM   #18
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Yes for the topside .

We will get a quotation for that next week.
I sent you a PM. Don't paint it untill we speak!

Thanks,
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Old 05-03-2022, 06:39 AM   #19
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Great opportunity !!

Special offer :-)

500000 US$


Since right now until the end of June our trawler is for sale at an incredible price of :
In « Where is as is « basis, but she could be delivered everywhere in the world,
You can't find an another 2006 aloy 72' trawler at this price ! exeptional strong and well structured/built hull under the control of BUREAU VERITAS and two « like news » C12
Actually she only need some cosmetics work (mainly paint of superstructure), but she could start right now to your home port,
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Old 05-03-2022, 07:45 AM   #20
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Last year friend of us said i will buy our 72' to bring her in Ukraine and "refit" her (mainly paint).
But he retract because he bought ...3 another boat !
Your "friend" dodged a bullet (literally and figuratively).

Good luck with sale.

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