1987 Voyager Meta
Full DescriptionBoat is located in Freeport, Texas.
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Voyageur 47 is built by Meta, a famous French boat yard in 1987, for the NW Passage.
She is powered
by 2 BMW Marine Diesel 60 HP Engines.
A current bare ½ inch thick, TIG welded Stronghall Aluminum Hull, is only
still available from the company for $400,000, surveyed 2019 replacement cost.
Includes Robertson Autopilot,
Kenwood 150w SSB with Automatic Tuner, Sailor VHF, B&G Depth Sounder, 12-Volt Refrigerator, and 1500W Windlass.
Holds 500 Gallons Fresh Water with a Rain Water Catch System. 12KW Perkins Diesel Genset, and 100 Watts of Solar Cells.
She crossed the Atlantic from Canary Islands to Trinadad at 1800 RPM, 1.5 Gallons Per Hour, using 700 Gallons of the 1600 Gallon Capacity of Diesel Fuel.
My most recent trip was Freeport, Texas to Panama, Central America.
She is a proven ocean going vessel, yet has only 3ft draft, and a flat bottom.
This Voyageur is ready for any adventure up river or offshore.
Perfect Great Circle adventure.
Light, easy to handle by one person.
Functional interior is French Marine Plywood - No Particle Board!
Door locks like a vault, and is very theft resistant.
New $30,000 Top and Bottom Paint by Kirby Marine in 2020, plus Newly Rebuilt Rudders.
Coast Guard Documented, with Recent Survey Available.