Archambault Grand Surprise 32

Particularly fast boat. Double handed easy to sail. It really sails on rails. The Archambault Grand Surprise 32 is the ideal sailboat for those who enjoy fast cruising. The design chose to prioritize performance over comfort. Even in moderate winds, the Grand Surprise is sensitive to small wind differences.

Price EUR 45000,-

Specifications

Year built 2008
Length over all 9.54 m
Waterline length 8.93 m
Width 2,98m
Draught 2.05 m
Weight 2650 kg

Mainsail opp. 33,2 m2
P = 13.15 m
E = 4.50 m

Genoa opp. 22,8 m2
I = 12.28 m
J = 3.41 m

Spinnaker 138 m2
Gennaker 77 m2 (not present)

To the wind opp. 56 m2
Ample wind opp. 171,2 m2

Sailing
mainsail 2X, genoa and jib good condition, spinnaker, storm jib z.g.a.n.

Engine
Good running Nanni N10-14 diesel
Hinged propeller 2-blade (recently replaced)

Accommodation
Double bed in point, 2 (sleeping) sofas, 2 sleeping places behind, cooking possibility.
Very little used upholstery, new cushions in front cabin. The interior was recently renewed and updated with a kitchen with water and cooking facilities.

Equipment
NKE central on mast with GPS, wind and speed, Simrad autopilot, VHF radio,

Navigation lights complete and working

Equipment
Carbon tiller, (new) anchor, spinnaker pole, stove

Archambault

The shipyard was founded in 1956 in the heart of France by Jean Archambault, passionate about designing boats with distinctly sporty characteristics combined with aesthetic qualities.

Twenty years after the site opened, the team of designers was enriched by the pencil of Michel Joubert who brought the Surprise project to life. Approximately 1,800 were produced for a large number of enthusiasts and connoisseurs who like to compete aboard a one-design competition boat. Archambault is driven by the search for performance which makes its sailing yachts meet the needs of the most demanding sailors.

 

The Archambault Grand Surprise 32 is the ideal sailboat for those who enjoy fast cruising. The design chose to prioritize performance over comfort. Even in moderate winds, the Grand Surprise is sensitive to small wind differences.

The large cockpit is hugely innovative and the gunwales are wide. The details of this vessel have been taken care of, from the quality of the gelcoat to the accessories, from the removal of every edge on the deck to the position of the instrumentation. Interesting is the solution found for the anti-slip, made in the Grand Surprise in the mold, of the ashlar type.

The engine that comes in this boat is a Nanni 14 hp twin cylinder, not very heavy and with limited noise and vibration, which is easily accessible thanks to the hinged ladder.

The Archambault Grand Surprise has the ability to be hoisted on an eye at the bottom of the hull making it easy to lift the boat out of the water for road transport.

Get the feeling!