Liegeplatz: Ouddorp, Niederlande

CR 371

Preis: €109.000, Baujahr: 2005

Very well maintained and equipped; Eberspacher, boiler, fridge, 1x electr. winch, Navtex, TackTick speed/depht/wind, Raymarine autopilot, plotter, VHF, life raft, etc.

Preis: €109.000
Liegeplatz: Ouddorp, Niederlande
Jahr: 2005

RumpfmaterialGFK (Fiberglass)
Länge11.55 m
Breite3.24 m
Max Tiefgang1.85 m
Anzahl Motoren1


Specification list CR 371 "Cayenne"


Shape: round hull
Deck design: teak deck
Superstructure: polyester with antislip
Keel: lead finkeel
Rudder: semi-ballenced with a skeg
Steering system: whitlcok pedestal with a stainless steel steering wheel covered with leather
Windows: Lewmar deck hatches and stainless steel Rudgerson port holes
Load displacement : approx. 6000 kg
Ballast : approx. 2450 kg
Vertical clearance : approx 18 meter
Boatyard: CR Yachts Onrust AB - Sweden
Designer: Carl Beyer
Build Nr.: SE-CRY37166F505
CE code: A
White polyester/GRP hull with dark blue stripings
Teak on the cockpit seats and teak on the cockpit floor
A teak cockpit table can be mounted on a custom made stainless steel bar, which
can be attached on the front side of the pedestal
The teak entrance door can also be mounted on this stainless steel bar, to create a small table
The locker on star board side in the cockpit is very spacious and deep
6x Stainless steel mooring clamps (so also amidships)
The bottom of the yacht has almost every year been provided with a new layor of antifouling and the yacht has been regularly on the hard during the winter period
This CR 371 has been built in Orust in Sweden for the present (so still first) owner


Material, colours: mahogany interior (in a perfect condition)
Upholstery, curtains: grey-brown cloth upholstery
Cabins: fore cabin, saloon and aft cabin
Berths: 4 - 6 berths
Headroom: approx. 2.00 - 1.85meter
Toilet: 1x manual Jabsco toilet (complete toilet has been renewed in
2011 and all seals from the toilet pump have been replace in
January 2017)
Shower: 1x bathroom with a hand-shower at the wash basin
Sound system/TV: Pioneer radio-/cd-player with 4x speaker in the saloon and 1x
speaker in the cockpit
Cooking device: 2 burner ENO cooker
Oven: oven
Fridge: approx. 85 liter toploader fridge with an Isotherm cold-battery
and a watercooled compressor
Heating: Eberspacher D4 4kW with openings in both cabins, in the
saloon and in the bathroom
The cosy and warm interior is in a perfect condition
There are Corian working tops in the galley and in the bathroom
There is a Wempe Barometer on the main bulkhead in the saloon
The berth in the front cabin is 2.10 meter long and the berth in the aft cabin is 2.00 meter long

Engine, electrics, water

Power: 29 HP / 21 kW
Make: Yanmar 3YM30 (engine number : E-04629)
Year built: 2005
Fuel: diesel
Fuel tank: approx. 80 liter stainless steel tank
Cooling system: intercooling
Propulsion: SD20 saildrive with a 2 bladed folding propeller
Cruising speed : approx. 6 knots
Max speed : approx. 7 knots
Fuel consumption: approx. 3 L/H
Measuring instruments
Voltage: 12 and 230 Volt (shore power)
Operating panel
Battery: 1x domestic battery and 1x Optima Red Top engine battery
Battery charger: 25 A
Alternator: 55 A
Water pressure system: electric water pressure system
Warm water: approx. 22 liter hot water boiler (heated via the engine and via 230 Volt shore power - which is not connected at the moment)
Water tank: approx. 180 liter stainless steel tank
Holding tank: approx. 60 liter stainless steel tank with a deck connection
Shore power: fixed shore power connection with a circuit breaker and a shore power cable
Water tank gauge
The engine has been serviced every spring and also in autumn
The fuel filter is equipped with a water seperator (with glass)
The sea-cock from the outlet of the waste-water tank has to be replaced (a new sea-cock is present on the yacht)
2x 12 Volt socket at the chart table
Several 230 Volt sockets

Rig and sails

Type: sloop fractional rigged
Spars, stays: aluminium keel stepped John Mast mast (taller than the standard Selden mast), John Mast boom and a rigged John Mast vang, stainless steel Rod Rigging with a double set of spreaders and a manual Hasselfors backstay adjuster
Carline: ROD-cutter
Winches: stainless steel Andersen winches : 2x 46ST, 1x 28ST and 1x 28STE (electric - to hoist the mainsail and to hoist someone into the mast)
Sails material: white Dacron sails
Main sail: Lundh Sails : full battened mainsail with MDS tracks
Main sail reefing system: 2x reef
Fore sail: Lundh Sails : 1x 120% Furling Jib with a white UV protection strip and 1x High Aspect Jib
Fore sail reefing system: Furlex 200S
Gennaker: 2007 : North Sails : Blue/white Gennaker with a snuffer
All hallyards and ropes are lead to the cockpit
Everything can be controlled from the cockpit
12x Spinlock hallyard jammers in the cockpit
Aluminium spinnaker pole
Just in front of the pedestal is the standard (removable) mainsheet track, between the cockpit seats
To be able to trim and controle the mainsail in a better way, the present owner constructed a Custom Made light-weight (from air plane aluminium) mainsheet track (with a Rutgerson rails). This is also removable and can be mounted just in front on the pedestal and between both cockpit sides
Rudgerson Genoa rails and tracks
Spinnaker equipement
Dark blue mainsail cover with Lazy-Jacks

Navigation and electronics

Navigation lights: 3-colour mast head-, anchor-, steam-, deck-, bow- and stern light
Compass: Plastimo Mini Contest
Rudder indicator: via autopilot
Log/speed: TackTick. The hull transducer has been renewed in the summer of 2016
Depth: TackTick (2013). The hull transducer has been renewed in the summer of 2016
Wind: TackTick
Autopilot: Raymarine ST6001+ with Giro
GPS: in the chart plotter
VHF: Raymarine Ray215E DSC (at the chart table) and a speaker in the cockpit
Weatherfax/Navtex: McMurdo ICS Nav6 (NMEA connected to the TackTick system)
Chart plotter: Raymarine E80 chart plotter on the pedestal
Charts, pilots: 1x Navionics chart (updated in 2012)


Anchor: 1x anchor with approx. 10 meter chain, approx 20 meter anchor rope, a lead piece (to put more weight on the anchor rope) and provided with an anchor roll
Fenders, lines
Sprayhood: fixed windscreen with a stainless steel frame and a dark blue sprayhood
Swimming ladder: stainless steel
Swimming platform: with teak
Sea rails, pushpit, pullpit: stainless steel stanchions, pushpit with teak seats, pullpit and double wired guardrails
Shower on the bathing platform (hot and cold water)
Teak outboard engine bracket on the pushpit


CE certification: A
Radar reflector: Tri-lens radarreflector
Life jackets, harnesses: 5x automatic life-jacket (need to be surveyed)
Life raft: 4 Person Plastimo Cruiser ORC life-raft in a bag (needs to be surveyed)
Bilge pump: 1x manual bilge pump (in the cockpit) and 1x automatic/electric bilge pump
Fire extinguisher: 2x fire extinguisher (need to be surveyed or renewed)
Gas bottle locker
Emergency tiller
Life-Line's on deck
Life Sling
The construction of the rudderblade is very well constuated. When the rudder should be damaged by grounding, only a part of the rudder will brake off, so it will always be possible to controle the rudder and also the yacht


The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

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