Designer: Philippe Harle
Boat kind: sailboat / sailing yacht
Category: used boat
Year built: 1992
Location: France, Ste Maximle, Méditerranée
Cabins / berths: 3 / 6
Hull material: GRP/polyester
Steering: steering wheel
Length: 12.60 m (41.3 feet)
Beam / draft: 4.20 / 1.95 m
Headroom: 2 m
Weight: ca. 7,500 kg
No. of toilets: 2
Engine: Yanmar 4JHE
Engine power: 44 hp (32 kW)
Propulsion: sail drive
Cruis. speed: 6 kn
Consumption for cruis. speed: 3 ltr/hour
Fuel tank: 250 ltr
Fresh water tank: 400 ltr
Designed by Philippe HARLE, the Feeling 416 is a very pleasant and marine cruiser, very comfortable and powerful at sea, much appreciated by long-haul sailors. This model is a first hand.
Prices in proportion to the restoration work to be planned:
Original rigging, keel bolts, Legere osmosis, Vaigrages, original electronics, teak bridge…
Electronic tools for navigation:
Radar Antenna, Sonar (ATH).
Staging and technical:
Engine Alarm, Water pressure pump, Teak Side Decks (en fin de vie), Teak Cockpit (En fin de vie), Shorepower connector, Strand rigging (d'origine), Outboard Engine Support Bracket, 2 guard rails with gates (Babord a reprendre).
Domestic Facilities onboard:
Safety equipment within 12 miles.
Spi Equipment, Jib Furling System, Staysail forestay, Backstay tensioner, Vang.
In addition to the points described in the list of equipment, it is to be provided on this boat a restoration including the following points:
Keel bolts, Vaigrage and waterproofing windows, Change valves and pass hull, Osmosis treatment, Frost, Port side exit and liston to straighten and bolt, Curtains, Aerator waterproofing, High bulkhead rear cabin Tribord to change, Survival overhaul, Outdated gas pipe, current rigging
This list is non-exhaustive.