You still want to start the season quickly? No problem. Here's a real bargain for last-minute buyers. The owner bought the boat only last year, invested a lot of time and money in renovating it and then spontaneously fell in love with another boat. Two boats are one too many. Act fast, it's worth it.


Simply WOW!

The Comar Genesi 43, an Italian shipyard build, plays in the financial upper league and is comparable to yachts from Luffe, Comfortina and Cantiere del Pardo. She is fast (sail load rating 5.02) and yet very comfortable. Inside, she is clad in cherry and teak and offers an exceptional finish. In front of the spacious saloon is the owner's area with Pullman bed, storage and seating. Further forward is the en-suite bathroom with shower facilities. The aft compartments seem to have the classic layout, but there is still room for a wet room accessible from both cabins under the high bridge deck. Very cosy and yet seaworthy.



So much new!

Here is a "small" list of the innovations of the last six months:

  • Floor new
  • All mattresses new, some still packed
  • Upholstery Alcantara approx. 3 years old
  • New stainless steel anchor
  • New stainless steel chain 30 m plus 30 m line
  • Both deck hatches
  • Side window approx. 3 years old
  • Electrical system overhauled with preparation for lithium batteries
  • New Mastervolt 75 Amp charge controller
  • New Gel Battery Bank 2x 191 Ah
  • New starter battery
  • AIS active almost new
  • Raymarine autopilot renewed
  • Lazybag new
  • Furling jib protection tarpaulin new
  • Cake stand new
  • Sprayhood new
  • Engine insp. incl. filter 2020
  • 4 KW diesel heating new
  • Hot water boiler new
  • 2 new WCs
  • New Genoa 3 2019
  • Very good current good
  • Nav. Lighting LED new
  • Interior partly LED
  • Tree/ mast freshly painted new
  • Shrouds and stays 2014
  • Plastic teak nuteak in cockpit new
  • Antifouling Coppercoat
  • Oven almost new
  • 2x air conditioning, one can also heat
  • Diesel parking heater new
  • Teak deck removed, now Kiwi Grip
  • and I'm sure I've forgotten a few things...

Shipyard is on board

Will be handed over ready to sail

Not everything is finished. In the photos and the video, the boom is not yet attached and the mast cables are not yet clamped. The shipyard is currently on board to take care of this and bring the boat into a ready-to-sail condition. Small things remain. For example, the new water heater has been installed but still needs to be connected to 220 volts. The bilge boards still have to be fitted with jacks (stainless steel jacks are available) and the newly installed 4 KW diesel heater still has to be connected to the ventilation pipes.


The Yacht has this boot type in its output from the 11 / 2002  extensively tested. Here still as download for you to read up on.

Video tour

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