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    Jeanneau 54DS

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    <strong>Remarks :</strong><br /><p>Jeanneau 54DS this is one of the best examples in the Mediterranean, never chartered and has been under private ownership since new.<br /><br /> This Jeanneau 54DS has been extensively upgraded and up rated power supply and a very full specification. Her new owner will have nothing to renew except sail away in the knowledge that they have purchased a near perfect Jeanneau 54DS sailing yacht, that has been set up for easy shorthanded sailing in total comfort.<br /><br /> There are many Jeanneau 54DS for sale, but this yacht has to be viewed to appreciate its fantastic condition.&amp;nbsp;<br /><br />Part exchange considered.<br />Finance Available: from &amp;pound;2,010.28 pcm (30% deposit)&amp;nbsp;<br />&amp;nbsp;</p><br />

    <strong>Accommodation :</strong><br /><div> <div> <div> <div> <div> <p><strong>General Layout</strong></p> <p>The layout of the yacht is two cabins aft, with their own toilet and shower and one master cabin forward with toilet and shower to starboard. There is also a large sail locker forward of the master cabin but this can only be reached using the deck hatch. The salon is in &amp;ldquo;Paso Jaguar&amp;rdquo; while the cabins are in &amp;ldquo;Premium beige&amp;rdquo;.&amp;nbsp;<strong>(Factory Option IS641)</strong></p> <p><strong>&amp;nbsp;</strong><strong>Forward Owner&amp;rsquo;s Cabin</strong></p> <ul> <li>Double berth 1.6m x 2.03m mattress battens and mattress.<strong></strong></li> <li>Teak hull liner, storage shelves and door.<strong></strong></li> <li>4 drawer under berth, change draw on side.<strong></strong></li> <li>Teak floorboards.<strong></strong></li> <li>Large hanging locker to starboard.<strong></strong></li> <li>Large cupboard with shelves and large hanging locker to port. (one shelved)<strong></strong></li> <li>Desk with swinging seat, mirror and storage.<strong></strong></li> <li>Heating and air conditioning thermostat.<strong></strong></li> <li>Security safe secured to hull structure to starboard.<strong></strong></li> <li>TV and video pre-wiring.<strong></strong></li> <li>CD radio and speakers.<strong></strong></li> <li>Halogen overheard lights with switches and reading lights by berth.<strong></strong></li> <li>Mirror on mast bulkhead.<strong></strong></li> <li>Twelve 2V 420AH Mastervolt Gel batteries fitted underneath berth.<strong></strong></li> <li>Original windlass and bowthruster 24 volt batteries unchanged underneath berth.<strong></strong></li> <li>Trip for electric furling and windlass in master cabin.<strong></strong></li> </ul> <p><strong>(Boz has been upgraded into a single 24V circuit to feed all appliances (sails, winches; etc) as the previous 4 circuit, 12 volt standard system, was not robust enough. Additionally all domestic batteries were centralised from previous 3 locations into this one central location.&amp;nbsp; Boat trim improved as a result. &amp;nbsp;Windlass and bowthruster still operate from an independent 24 volt battery bank as this requires different battery types)</strong></p> <p><strong>&amp;nbsp;</strong><strong>Forward Owner&amp;rsquo;s Washroom</strong></p> <ul> <li>Moulded polyester washroom finishing.<strong></strong></li> <li>Electric quiet flush toilet.&amp;nbsp;<strong>(Factory extra)</strong></li> <li>Holding tank.&amp;nbsp;<strong>(Factory extra)</strong></li> <li>Hot and cold shower tap.<strong></strong></li> <li>Shower drain pump with switch.<strong></strong></li> <li>Stainless steel wash basin with green synthetic resin decorative trim.<strong></strong></li> <li>Storage under sinks with access to through hull holes.<strong></strong></li> <li>Clothes hook, mirror, towel ring, toilet paper holder.<strong></strong></li> <li>Stainless steel handrail on bulkhead and near sink.<strong></strong></li> <li>Shower curtain.<strong></strong></li> <li>Teak shower grating.<strong></strong></li> <li>Folding seat over toilet.<strong></strong></li> <li>Water temperature controlled mixing tap.<strong></strong></li> </ul> <p><strong>&amp;nbsp;</strong><strong>Aft Cabins</strong></p> <ul> <li>Non removable longitudinal bulkhead.<strong></strong></li> <li>Each double berth can be transformed in to two single berths.<strong></strong></li> <li>Wood hull liner, light coloured fabric ceiling liner.</li> <li>Hanging locker and under berth storage.&amp;nbsp;<strong>(Starboard hanging locker has been shelved out.)</strong></li> <li>Side shelf along hull.</li> <li>Fixed teak floorboards with access panels.</li> <li>Lee cloths to all berths.</li> <li>Heating and air conditioning thermostat.</li> </ul> <p>&amp;nbsp;<strong>Aft Washrooms</strong></p> <ul> <li>Moulded polyester washroom finishing.</li> <li>Electric quiet flush toilet.&amp;nbsp;<strong>(Factory extra)</strong></li> <li>Holding tanks in both aft washrooms.&amp;nbsp;<strong>(Factory extra)</strong></li> <li>Hot and cold shower tap.</li> <li>Shower drain pump with switch.</li> <li>Stainless steel wash basin with green synthetic resin decorative trim.</li> <li>Clothes hook, mirror, towel ring, toilet paper holder.</li> <li>Sink counter handrail.</li> <li>Plastic shower grating.</li> </ul> <p><strong>Salon and lounge</strong></p> <ul> <li>Wide U shaped salon luxury seating to starboard.</li> <li>Central bench with drawer and handrail.</li> <li>Deluxe folding table&amp;nbsp;<strong>(Factory extra II104)</strong></li> <li>Upper storage lockers, storage under seats.</li> <li>Lounge area to port with two angled seats with central bar furnishing and removable lower table. High quality non breaking wine and spirit glasses in locker.</li> <li>Upper storage compartment.</li> <li>HIFI in forward corner furnishing and speakers on bulkhead. Ipod compatible.</li> <li>Electrically operated TV rises from the chart table.&amp;nbsp;</li> </ul> <p><strong>Companionway and hull access</strong></p> <ul> <li>2 Handrail solid teak companionway.</li> <li>Varnished teak steps and non-skid strips.</li> <li>Plexiglas companionway hatch cover.</li> <li>Removable Plexiglas hatch door with storage.</li> <li>Access to front of engine via two panels on lifter arms.</li> <li>Rear engine access by three removable panels in aft cabin.</li> <li>Access trap to generator hold on lifter arms.</li> <li>Saloon access traps to tanks, bilge, pumps and water heater.</li> <li><strong>Added bypass switch to enable generator starting battery to start main engine and vice versa.</strong></li> </ul> <div><strong>Windows. Ventilation and Curtains</strong></div> </div> <ul> <li>Eight fixed hull ports with pleated fabric curtains and tracks.</li> <li>Six opening cockpit ports with curtain tracks.</li> <li>Twelve forward opening deck hatches.</li> <li>Two dorade boxes with stainless steel guards and vents on forward hatch.&amp;nbsp;<strong>Stainless locking rings at base of dorades have been replaced with Teflon ones for more robustness.</strong></li> <li>Two lateral roof windows with interior curtains.</li> <li>Two section front window with blinds.</li> <li>Roller blinds on all deck hatches.</li> <li>Outside covers for all saloon windows to prevent scratching when not in use. If cruising in the Mediterranean, these and the white hull are&amp;nbsp; most important at keeping the boat cool</li> </ul> </div> <div> <p><strong>Galley</strong></p> </div> <ul> <li>Galley located on port side on slightly lower level, one step down.</li> <li>Synthetic resin countertop with top icebox cover, folding stove cover, dish drain, double sink with covers and drawers.</li> <li>140I refrigerator, seawater cooled converted to fridge/freezer.&amp;nbsp;<strong>(Factory extra IA207)</strong></li> <li>Front loading refrigerator seawater cooled.</li> <li>Fresh and seawater foot pump.</li> <li>Upper shelf furnishing for microwave, dishes and storage.</li> <li>230v 24L 900 watt Microwave&amp;nbsp;<strong>(Factory extra IA002)</strong>&amp;nbsp;<strong>(Runs from inverter.)</strong></li> <li>Oven ventilator extract fan.&amp;nbsp;<strong>(Will not run from inverter!)</strong></li> <li>4 Burner stove with crash bar.&amp;nbsp;<strong>(Gas bottles converted to plastic to avoid rusting)</strong></li> <li>Three cutlery drawers, trash basket on sliding rail.</li> <li>Storage locker on aft bulkhead.</li> <li>Access to through hull fittings behind saloon seat backrest.</li> <li>Glass divider between galley and saloon.</li> <li>Mixer tap with flexible hose.</li> <li>Handrail and compression post for mainsail traveller track.</li> </ul> <div><strong>Navigation station</strong></div> </div> <ul> <li><strong>24V electrical panel with circuit breakers with access to connections</strong></li> <li><strong>As already mentioned, 12 x 2V 420 Amp Hour Mastervolt batteries installed under berth in master cabin</strong></li> <li>12V charge ammeter, 12V voltmeter, 12V charge selector<strong></strong></li> <li><strong>Mastervolt BTM3 24V Electronic battery monitor</strong></li> <li>230V electrical panel with circuit breakers, 230V voltmeter<strong></strong></li> <li>230V source selector switch, dock, generator or inverter<strong></strong></li> <li><strong>Galvanic Isolator for corrosion prevention</strong></li> <li><strong>Mastervolt 24V to 12V convertors for car radio and VHF unit.</strong></li> <li>Generator set controls mounted on the right hand side of instrument area.<strong></strong></li> <li><strong>Navigation light control panel with alarms for failed bulbs.</strong></li> <li><strong>Diesel gauge moved from cockpit floor to station panel.</strong></li> <li><strong>Added engine oil pressure gauge at station panel.</strong></li> <li><strong>Added generator oil pressure and water temperature gauges at station panel.</strong></li> <li><strong>Addition of engine and generator hours clock at station panel.</strong></li> <li><strong>Bilge pump control panel with alarms indicating running of pumps (A second bilge pump was added to offer additional safety/redundancy!&amp;nbsp; An alarm sounds when either bilge pump operates.)</strong></li> <li>Curved teak batten navigator seat with support.<strong></strong></li> <li>Washing machine and dryer under navigator seat.&amp;nbsp;<strong>(Factory extra IA010)</strong></li> <li>Side storage with bookshelf.<strong></strong></li> <li>4 Drawers on left hand side.<strong></strong></li> <li>Deep foul weather gear locker behind navigator seat.<strong></strong></li> <li>Fire extinguisher fitted in wooden varnished box in foul weather gear locker<strong>. (Was upgraded.)</strong></li> <li>Access to 12V service batteries under floorboards are now additional storage lockers.<strong></strong></li> <li>12V &amp;ndash; 60 amp battery charger.<strong></strong></li> <li><strong>24V &amp;ndash; 50 amp battery charger.</strong></li> <li><strong>24V &amp;ndash; 3000W inverter.</strong></li> <li><strong>Rewired 230V so that all sockets can either access mains power, generator power or inverter.</strong></li> <li><strong>Moved generator and shore power earth trips into electrical panel to enable easy resetting.</strong></li> <li>Compression post for mainsail traveller track.<strong></strong></li> <li>Raymarine ST60+ Graphic .&amp;nbsp;<strong>(Factory Extra)</strong></li> <li>Raymarine E120 GPS Plotter .&amp;nbsp;<strong>(Factory Extra)</strong></li> <li>Raymarine E240E VHF and loudspeaker + Hawk aerial.&amp;nbsp;<strong>(Factory Extra)</strong></li> <li>Dual Channel gas alarm.&amp;nbsp;<strong>(Factory Extra)</strong></li> <li>Raymarine Ethernet based connectivity for laptop.&amp;nbsp;<strong>(was fitted by Jeanneau at Les Sables.)</strong></li> <li>Electrically lifting flat screen TV at chart table.&amp;nbsp;<strong>(Factory Extra)</strong></li> </ul> <div><strong>Lights and Electricity</strong></div> </div> <ul> <li>Main domestic circuit &amp;ndash; now 24V throughout the boat&amp;nbsp;<strong>(was done as part of conversion to 24 volts)</strong></li> <li>Engine battery &amp;ndash; one 80Ah &amp;ndash; 12V dry cell battery</li> <li>Generator battery &amp;ndash; one 80Ah &amp;ndash; 12V dry cell battery</li> <li>Generator battery can be in an emergency to start the engine (and vice versa) with override in companion way&amp;nbsp;<strong>(was done as part of conversion to 24 volts.)</strong></li> <li>Chrome and stainless steel flush overhead lights.</li> <li>On/off switches in saloon and cabins.</li> <li>Overhead lights, aft lockers and sail locker.</li> <li>One 230V and 12V outlet per cabin</li> <li>2 x 230V outlets in master cabin, 2 in galley, 1 saloon and 1 at navigation station</li> <li>Courtesy lights at companionway steps and forward of the saloon</li> </ul> <div><strong>Plumbing</strong></div> </div> <ul> <li>Hot and cold pressure water, rigid plastic tubing</li> <li>&amp;ldquo;Heavy duty&amp;rdquo; water pump&amp;nbsp;<strong>(changed to 24V)</strong></li> <li>45 litre water heater tank with 230V immersion heater element.</li> <li>Stainless steel water tanks under the salon, with deck water fill and separate vents</li> <li>Chrome faucets with shower taps in washrooms</li> <li>Separate water gauge for each tank&amp;nbsp;<strong>(Moved from kitchen cupboard to station panel beside the chart table.</strong></li> <li>Deck wash pump.&amp;nbsp;<strong>(Factory extra EE010)</strong>&amp;nbsp;<strong>(changed to 24V)</strong></li> </ul><br />

    <strong>Inventory :</strong><br /><div> <p><strong>Sail locker</strong></p> <ul> <li>White rot-resistant hull side panel liners.</li> <li>Access ladder with storage.</li> <li>Lower storage compartment, lateral hull shelves.</li> <li>Access to Lewmar Windlass motor.</li> <li>Windlass remote control.&amp;nbsp;<strong>(Additionally one up and one down foot operated windlass controls have been added to the deck on the port side to enable windlass to be operated without the need to have the sail locker hatch open).</strong></li> <li>Drain hose with valve.</li> <li>Storage racks for mooring lines and fenders.</li> <li><strong>Custom built tool and spares chest. &amp;nbsp;Enables all spares boxes and tool boxes to be removed individually.&amp;nbsp;&amp;nbsp;</strong></li> <li><strong>This locker has been converted into spares, sails, fender and rope locker using high quality &amp;nbsp;&amp;nbsp;wood/varni shing to make it a valuable addition to the yacht. Best use of space...&amp;nbsp;</strong></li> </ul> </div> <ul> <li>Inflatable Avon dinghy RIB. Purchased 2011. With paddles, long range tank, cover, anchor and bow locker.&amp;nbsp; Little used.</li> <li>9HP outboard engine. Purchased&amp;nbsp; 2011. Little used.</li> <li>Many spares of all type specific to this yacht.</li> </ul><br />

    <strong>Mechanical :</strong><br /><div><strong>Engine &amp;amp; Generator</strong></div> <ul> <li>Yanmar 110 HP Diesel engine with heart exchanger.</li> <li>Onan 7 Kw/ 1500 RPM 230V diesel generator. &amp;nbsp;<strong>(Factory Extra)</strong></li> <li>12V &amp;ndash; 80 Amp Engine Alternator</li> <li><strong>24V &amp;ndash; 110 Amp Mastervolt Engine Alternator.</strong></li> <li>Mounted on fibreglass bed with engine well and ventilation.</li> <li>Soundproof plastic film insulation and protected edges</li> <li>Filter inspection panel at foot of companionway.</li> <li>Access to engine and generator sea water intakes in passageway.</li> <li>Structurally sealed metal shaft strut and fibreglass shaft log.</li> <li>Stainless steel propeller shaft, 35 mm diameter, drip less stuffing box.</li> <li>3 Bladed Gory propeller.&amp;nbsp;<strong>(Factory Extra)</strong></li> <li>Ambassador rope cutter&amp;nbsp;<strong>(was fitted by Jeanneau at Les Sables)</strong></li> <li>Independent engine starting battery</li> <li>Forced ventilation</li> <li>Fuel/water separator</li> <li>Engine 630 hours and generator 435 hours as at 1<sup>st</sup>&amp;nbsp;May 2014.</li> </ul> <p><strong>Air Conditioning</strong></p> <p>The yacht is fitted with four independently controlled 8000 BTU air conditioning units. Heating is provided by electric coils fitted inside the air conditioners. E.g. the air conditioning units are not heat pumps but rely on electronic elements to generate heat.&amp;nbsp;<strong>(Factory Extra IC106)<br /><strong><br />Bow Thruster</strong></strong></p> <ul> <li>24V Bow Thruster &amp;ndash; 125 Kg/f with twin propellers.&amp;nbsp;<strong>(Factory Extra DO071)</strong></li> <li>Joystick control at starboard steering position.</li> </ul> <div> <p><strong>Steering</strong></p> </div> <ul> <li>Twin steering wheels, self aligning rudder bearings.</li> <li>Stainless steel cable steering, moulded aluminium quadrant</li> <li>Fibreglass rudder, stainless steel frame and shaft</li> <li>Rudder tube fibreglassed to hull</li> <li>Raymarine S3G autopilot corepack with added gyro compass for MARPA.&amp;nbsp;<strong>(Factory Extra)</strong></li> <li>Raymarine type 2 linear drive&amp;nbsp;<strong>(Factory extra but subsequently changed for a hydraulic version as it could not cope in heavy seas.)</strong></li> <li>Wheel covers for both wheels (covers for all instruments as well as the wheels)</li> </ul> <div><strong>Mast/Rigging</strong></div> <div> <ul> <li>Keel stepped furling mast.</li> <li>Triple spreaders.</li> <li>Discontinuous cable rigging, lower forward shrouds.</li> <li>Double backstay and turnbuckles.</li> <li>Turnbuckle protectors on shrouds.&amp;nbsp;<strong>(Wooden varnished top inserts fitted as plastic factory fitted ones would not stay in.)</strong></li> <li>Electric above deck genoa furler with fuses in master cabin.&amp;nbsp;<strong>(Factory Extra)</strong></li> <li>Halyard requirements are as follows:</li> <li>Mainsail halyard.</li> <li>Boom topping lift (also used to hoist trysail. (trysail not included)</li> <li>Genoa Halyard.</li> <li>Spinnaker halyard x2.</li> <li>Spinnaker pole topping lift.</li> </ul> <ul> <li>Reef line fitted in boom.&amp;nbsp;<strong>(Factory Extra)</strong></li> <li>All halyards led to Spinlock jammers in cockpit.&amp;nbsp;<strong>(Additional Spinlock jammers added on mast to enable mainsail halyard and genoa halyard to be stored at mast rather than around companionway.)</strong></li> <li>Rigid boom vang.</li> <li>Blocks and deck fittings for spinnaker sheets, spinnakers guys and spinnaker pole downhaul.</li> <li>Harken mast step blocks on deck fitting.</li> <li>Watertight mast passage fitting.</li> <li>Stainless steel mast reinforcement rod between deck fitting and mast foot.</li> <li>Double thickness lower mast section, watertight.</li> <li>Removable mast casing for access to cable connection.</li> <li>Spinnaker pole rail on front of mast.</li> <li>Flag halyards.</li> <li>Mainsail and Genoa in Dacron manufactured by Quantum.</li> <li>Wrap around furled genoa storm jib</li> <li>North 205 m2 Spinnaker &amp;ndash; new August 2010 and used for 12 hours total since.</li> <li>Elvstrom Cruising shute. &amp;nbsp;(year 2000 &amp;ndash; recycled from previous yacht.)</li> <li>Raymarine24&amp;rdquo; 4kW radar and mounting brackets.&amp;nbsp;<strong>(Factory Extra)</strong></li> <li>Glomex TV Aerial.&amp;nbsp;<strong>(Factory Extra)</strong></li> <li>Foghorn and loudhailer integrated into Raymarine VHF.</li> <li>Blipper radar reflector.&amp;nbsp;<strong>(was fitted by Jeanneau at Les Sables)</strong></li> <li>Tricolour navigation light fitted at mast head to provide contingency.&amp;nbsp;<strong>(was fitted by Jeanneau at Les Sables</strong>)</li> <li>Combined VHF/Windex HAWK aerial. &amp;nbsp;<strong>(Factory Extra, part of VHF kit)</strong></li> </ul> <div><strong>Deck hardware &amp;amp; Sails</strong></div> <div> <ul> <li>Stainless Steel double sheave bow fitting with swinging bow roller.</li> <li>Teak on side decks.&amp;nbsp;<strong>(Factory Extra WE520)</strong></li> <li>Open bow pulpit.</li> <li>Stainless steel stern pulpit with two bouy brackets and flagstaff holder.</li> <li>Two horseshoes with lights and jonbuoy man overboard.</li> <li>Double lifelines. (covered in white plastic)</li> <li>Port and starboard lifeline gates.</li> <li>Port and starboard side access ladder fittings.&amp;nbsp;<strong>(Factory Extra BE105)</strong></li> <li>Side access ladder.&amp;nbsp;<strong>(Factory Extra BE105)</strong></li> <li>100 kg Besenzoni hydraulic passerelle with remote control .&amp;nbsp;<strong>(Factory Extra BE404)</strong>&amp;nbsp;<strong>(Converted to wireless remote controls from infrared as they did not work reliably)</strong></li> <li>Teak rub rail with built in chocks</li> <li>Six mooring cleats with chocks</li> <li>1500w Lewmar deck mounted electric windlass.</li> <li>100 Metres of stainless steel chain and stainless steel CQR anchor by Lewmar</li> <li>Triple windlass control with chain counter (Starboard helm, deck and wired remote control.)</li> <li>Spinlock jammers and Harken turning blocks for halyards and control lines.</li> <li>Two Harken 66.2 STCE-H electric winches. &amp;nbsp;<strong>(Factory Extra AU105)</strong></li> <li>Two Harken 46.2 STCE-H electric winches .&amp;nbsp;<strong>(Factory Extra AU004x2)</strong></li> <li>Harken push buttons with cut-outs for electric winches instead of standard Lewmar fittings.<strong></strong></li> <li>Two Harken genoa sheet tracks with adjustable fairleads.</li> <li>Harken adjustable mainsheet traveller on roof.</li> <li>Genoa sheet turning blocks.</li> <li>Spinnaker pole for asymmetric spinnaker.</li> <li>Spinnaker pole for symmetric spinnaker.</li> <li>Spinnaker sheet turning blocks.</li> <li>Genoa sheets.</li> <li>Spinnaker sheets, guys and downhaul.</li> <li>Folding padeyes on deck and in cockpit.</li> <li>Folding padeye for spinnaker pole downhaul.</li> <li>Original Quantum vertically battened mainsail and genoa.</li> <li>Wrap-around storm jib.</li> <li>Elmstroom Cruising Shute (year 2000 from previous boat) on Harken furling.</li> <li>North 205 m2 Spinnaker &amp;ndash; new August 2010 &amp;ndash; used for only 12 hours!</li> </ul> <div> <div><strong>Cockpit and Stern Platform</strong></div> <div> <ul> <li>Twin level cockpit, teak seats and floor.</li> <li>Two side lockers with gas lifting shocks.</li> <li>Central &amp;nbsp;locker for liferaft.</li> <li>8 person Plastimo liferaft and offshore flares.</li> <li>Six 1KG fire extinguishers.</li> <li>Gas locker for two gas bottles.</li> <li>Two larger lockers under helm seats.&amp;nbsp; [Starboard side has one boxed in A/C unit.]</li> <li>Two steering wheels covered in leather.</li> <li>Two compasses with stainless steel guard.</li> <li>Engine and bow thrusters control on starboard steering console.</li> <li>Engine panel on starboard side.</li> <li>ST60+ instruments at starboard steering consoles as follows:&amp;nbsp;<strong>(Factory Extra)</strong></li> <li>ST60+ Tridata.</li> <li>ST60+ Wind.</li> <li>ST60+02 Autopilot.</li> <li>ST60+ instruments at port steering consoles as follows:&amp;nbsp;<strong>(Factory Extra)</strong></li> <li>ST60+ Tridata.</li> <li>ST60+ Wind.</li> <li>Remote control for windlass and chain counter on starboard side.&amp;nbsp;<strong>(Factory Extra BA111)</strong></li> <li>Besenzoni passerelle control on port steering console.&amp;nbsp;<strong>(Factory Extra)</strong></li> <li>Raymarine 240E VHF and VHF loudspeaker.&amp;nbsp;<strong>(Factory Extra)</strong></li> <li>Navigation lights switch fitted to the starboard steering console.&amp;nbsp;<strong>(Now defunct as all moved to new station panel during 24 volt conversion.).</strong></li> <li>Teak cockpit table with folding sides.&amp;nbsp;<strong>(Factory Extra BE203)</strong></li> <li>Varnished teak cockpit table&amp;nbsp;<strong>(Upgraded&amp;nbsp; to luxury standard by craftsman in Monaco)</strong></li> <li>Stainless steel fiddle and handrail with light on cockpit table.<strong></strong></li> <li>Raymarine E120 colour GPS Plotter.&amp;nbsp;<strong>(Factory Extra)</strong></li> <li>DGPS Antennae.&amp;nbsp;<strong>(Factory Extra)</strong></li> <li>Teak stern platform with steps.<strong></strong></li> <li>Hot and cold water cockpit shower and main water inlet.<strong></strong></li> <li>Folding swimming ladder with teak steps and cover.<strong></strong></li> <li>Watertight stereo speakers.<strong></strong></li> <li>Bimini with blue cover&amp;nbsp;<strong>(Factory Extra BE019)</strong></li> <li>Connection between spray hood and bimini with side protections. &amp;nbsp;<strong>(Factory Extra BE033)</strong></li> <li>Blue cockpit cushions with backrest.&amp;nbsp;<strong>(Factory Extra BS020)</strong></li> <li>Window, wheel, windlass and winch covers.&amp;nbsp;<strong>(Factory Extra BS105)</strong></li> </ul> <div><strong>Hull, Deck &amp;amp; Keel</strong></div> <div> <ul> <li>Standard 5000 kg &amp;ndash; 2.3 metre keel</li> <li>Blake treatment to prevent osmosis&amp;nbsp;<strong>(was done by Jeanneau at Les Sables)</strong></li> <li>Antifouled in Blue antifouling.</li> <li>Luxury chrome hardware for dorades and compasses.&amp;nbsp;<strong>(Factory Extra BE660)</strong></li> <li>Upgraded bilge pumps to sensible size&amp;nbsp;<strong>(was done as part of conversation to 24 volts.)</strong></li> </ul> </div> <p><strong>&amp;nbsp;</strong></p> </div> </div> </div> </div><br />

    £ 310,000
    Sales status:available
    Manufacturer:Jeanneau 54DS
    Year built:2008
    Length (m):16.46
    Beam (m):4.88
    Category:fin keel
    Engine manufacturer:yanmar 4jh3the
    No. of engines:1
    Material hull:grp
    Waterline length53 feet
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