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Grand Soleil 40

The Grand Soleil 40, designed by Massimo Paperini was without a doubt one of the most successful sail yachts of the 2000s, and among the best-selling models by the Cantiere del Pardo shipyard. Our Philine-Oscar has a 11.90 m (39”) length, and a 6,800 kg (15,000 lb) displacement. She is equipped with a 40 hp Yanmar which allows cruising speed in excess of 7 knots. The strongest feature of this boat, and the reason why she is so often chosen for charter, is definitely her sailing performance. If you are looking for exciting sailing, this is the boat for you: at all points of sailing, Philine-Oscar will fulfil your sailing desires. Gennaker is optional.

This vessel is in great shape, thanks to a careful maintenance and refitting interventions. In fact, in 2008 she was equipped with a new mainsail, in 2009 the canvas of her bimini top and spray hood was replaced, and finally in 2011 the yacht was given new anchor winch, genoa and lazy bag, and her engine underwent a thorough refitting. Nothing was overlooked. Even her original cotton cushions have been replaced with blue microfiber cushions, for a stylish look and greater ease of maintenance.


kitchen corner of Grand Soleil 40 Philine-Oscar
galley Philine-Oscar
Grand Soleil 40
map Grand Soleil 40
Name   Philine-Oscar
Year   2004-2005


Lenght   12,20 m
Beam   3,80 m
Draft   2,15 m
Engine   40 HP/Yanmar
Weight   6.800 Kg
Sail area   85,00 m2


WC   2
Berths   6+2
Wheel rudder   yes
Spray hood   yes
Bimini top   yes
Diesel tank capacity   180 l
Water tank capacity   360 l
Hot water   yes


Furling genoa   yes
Furling mainsail   no
full batten mainsail + lazy jacks   yes
Gennaker   opt

Electric equipment

Electric windlass   yes
Electric fridge   yes
Battery Charger   yes

External equipment

Cockpit shower   yes
Tender   yes
Outboard Engine   opt

Electronic Equipment

GPS   yes
Plotter   yes
Log   yes
Echo sounder   yes
Anemometer   yes
Vhf   yes
Autopilot   yes
Radio stereo CD player   yes