• Ecume de mer M9  / Mallard
  • Ecume de mer M9  / Mallard
  • Ecume de mer M9  / Mallard
  • Ecume de mer M9  / Mallard
  • Ecume de mer M9  / Mallard
  • Ecume de mer M9  / Mallard
  • Ecume de mer M9  / Mallard
  • Ecume de mer M9  / Mallard
  • Ecume de mer M9  / Mallard
  • Ecume de mer M9  / Mallard
  • Ecume de mer M9  / Mallard
  • Ecume de mer M9  / Mallard
  • Ecume de mer M9  / Mallard

Used Boat, Sailing Yacht

Ecume de mer M9 / Mallard

Mallard / Sea foam M9

  • CHF 16'500.-Basis for Negotiation
  • 9.00 m x 2.80 mLength x Width
  • 1.40 - 1.40 mDraft
  • 2'800 kgDisplacement
  • A - OceanCE Design Category
  • GRPMaterial
  • Tiller SteeringSteering
  • Fin KeelKeel Type
  • 1'500 kgBallast
  • 8 PersonsCertified No. of Persons
  • 185 cmHeadroom
  • 1 CabinNo. of Cabins
  • 6 bedsNo. of Beds
  • 1 BathroomNo. of Bathrooms
  • 200 l WaterFresh Water Capacity
  • Inboard Direct-DrivePropulsion
  • Volvo Penta DieselEngine
  • 1 x 9 HP / 6.6 kWEngine Performance
  • DieselFuel Type
  • 60 lFuel Capacity
  • 3'000 hEngine Hours
  • 12 m² (Battened Mainsail)Mainsail
  • 8 m²Jib
  • 14 m²Genoa
  • 45 m²Spinnaker

Location

Neuenburgersee » Chevroux

Berth Available


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The Ecume de Mer sailboat is a monohull, built by the Chantier Mallard shipyard in France. This fixed keel sailboat, rigged as a sloop at the head, built by the naval architect Groupe Finot with a maximum draft of 1.52 m. Production started in 1968 and ended in 1979. 1335 examples of the boat were produced.

L'Ecume de Mer is Jean-Marie Finot's foreground when he was still an intern at Philippe Harlé. The commercial success of this boat launched the architectural firm.
This sailboat was selected as a support for the Tour de France à la Voile in 1978.
4 ton cup several ties beginning in 1968

Our Mallard Ecume de mer dates from 1982. We sell it with a 10m x 3m berth, with a 50-year loop fee (purchased CHF 15'000). This right must be purchased with the boat. Total boat price CHF 31'500 to be discussed.

First boats were of plywood ulti-chine construction. (Flush deck).
Boats based on this design have been built in France, Holland, Australia and Japan.
Selected for the 'Tour de France a la Voile' in 1978.
Finot was actually still working for Philippe Harle at this tie.
'Petite Fleur', a soft chined version of the ECUME DE MER design (with other iproveents) was Int. 14 ton cup several ties beginning in 1968
First boats were of plywood ulti-chine construction. (Flush deck).
Boats based on this design have been built in France, Holland, Australia and Japan.
Selected for the 'Tour de France a la Voile' in 1978.
Finot was actually still working for Philippe Harle at this tie.
'Petite Fleur', a soft chined version of the ECUME DE MER design (with other iproveents) was Int. 1

Equipment

  • Shore Connection
  • Battery
  • Battery Charger
  • Inverter
  • Fire Extinguisher
  • Anchor
  • Bilge Pump
  • Navigation Lights
  • Autopilot
  • Sink
  • Coolbox
  • Freezer
  • Gas Stove
  • Bimini Top
  • Swim Ladder

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