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1990 Privilege 39

Duty and GST paid for NZ.

NZ $248,000

Privilege 39  – This Boat has now sold to excited new owners

 Set up for blue water cruising/circumnavigation; just completed a 1.5 year, 20.000 Nm trip from Mediterranean to New Zealand. Upgraded main systems and sails/rigging at start of this trip. Comes with extensive inventory to step onboard and continue cruising and/or start a new adventure. 

Large cockpit compared to similar sized catamarans with steering station on portside, main salon with nav station, 4 double cabins, 2 heads with shower, galley in portside hull, second fridge/freezer and ample storage in starboard hull. Further two watertight compartments in each bow; one for tools and spare parts, one for water maker, sails and other storage.

Privilege design allows for large storage locker between the hulls forward of mast; easily holds all fenders, gangway, cockpit cushions, lines, winter covers for cockpit/dinghy and other items. 

Although designed for robustness rather than speed, the boat managed 170+ Nm days on Atlantic and Pacific passages quite easily. The dual headsail setup allows easy downwind sailing in stronger winds, whilst the spinnaker can be used for lighter winds. No spinnaker poles required for downwind sailing. 

Boat is registered in The Netherlands. 

Please contact: Stephen Prinselaar 021 447778. or email for more information.

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Year: 1990

Make: Jeantot Marine, Privilege

Model: Cat

Class: Catamaran

Length – metres: 12.0m 

Draft/Draught – metres: 1.1m 

Beam Width – metres: 6.3m 

Sails and Rigging:

Mainsail: 2021, One Sails Slovenia, Dacron HQ cross cut, full batten, 4 reefs 

Genoa on Facnor FX-2500 furler: 2021, One Sails Slovenia, Dacron HQ 

Jib: 2011, needs to be replaced 

Spinnaker: year unknown, very good condition 

Storm jib: year unknown, very good condition 

Plus: Main standing rigging replaced November 2021 (12mm) 


  • 2 x D1-30B Volvo Penta engines 20kW, 2900 hours each 
  • Average fuel consumption over 1300 motor hours: 1.3 litre/engine/hour 
  • 2 x Saildrive 130S 
  • 2 x 2 blade Volvo Penta folding prop (2021) 
  • 2 x 225L fuel tank 


  • Schenker Zen30 (2021)
  • 2 x 225L fresh water tank


  • Waeco CRX-110 in galley (portside)
  • Built-in 180L fridge/freezer in starboard hull


  • Windpilot Pacific wind steering system (2021)
  • Quick Nautic Boiler BXS 40L, 2012
  • 80L black water tank connected to starboard toilet

Hull and deck material: Foam core fiberglass 

Main Anchor: 33kg Rocna anchor with 80m of 10mm chain, 2010/2011 

    Secondary Anchor: 20kg (approx.) Delta anchor 

    Windlass: Lofrans Tigres 1500W, 2010 

    Self-tailing winches:

    • 2 x Lewmar 46 (in cockpit) 
    • 4 x Lewmar 43 (2 in cockpit, 2 on mast) 
    • 1 x Lewmar 40 (on mast) 


    • Portside steering station 
    • Custom stainless steel cockpit structure for access to boom 
    • 4 x 175W solar panels on cockpit structure (2021) 
    • Large dual dropleaf teak table, seating 8 
    • Swim ladder and outdoor (hot water) shower on portside transom 

    All navigation equipment renewed 2016 after lightning strike, NMEA2000 via SeaTalk backbone 

    • Raymarine eS98 multi-functional display 
    • Raymarine i60 wind instrument 
    • Raymarine i70 instrument display 
    • Raymarine p70 autopilot with ACU-400 course computer and Type 2S linear drive unit 
    • Raymarine CPT-110 transducer (2021) 
    • Raymarine Quantum Radar 
    • AIS: easyTRX2S; type IS – IGPS – N2K – DVB-T – WiFi 
    • Raymarine Ray50 fixed VHF radio 
    • ICOM IC-M33 handheld VHF radio 
    • Furuno Navtex NX-300 
    • IridiumGo! Marine Package including 2 x SIM card (2021) 
    • Electrical system is 12V DC, 230V AC 
    • All batteries, solar panels, charge controller, inverter and battery charger replaced 2021 
    • 6 x 6V 250Ah TAB Golf Cart TS lead-acid batteries (to create 750Ah 12V household battery bank) 
    • Victron Energy BMV-700 battery monitor (2016) 
    • 4 x 175W Victron Energy BlueSolar Monocrystalline solar panels 
    • Victron Energy MPPT 100-50 charge controller with Bluetooth 
    • Victron Energy Phoenix Inverter Compact 12V-1200W to 220AC (multiple sockets throughout boat) 
    • Mastervolt Chargemaster 12/50-3 
    • 1 x 110Ah TAB Topla lead-acid starter battery 

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    Additional Equipment/Extras
    • Window covers renewed 2022 
    • Cockpit lounge cushions renewed 2022 
    • Kayak: Albatross, children kayak with paddle 
    • Passarelle: aluminium folding gangway with holding bracket on starboard transom 
    • 8 large fenders, 2 small fenders 
    • 4 dock lines (2 x 14m, 2 x 12.5m) 
    • 2 x 50m lines 
    • Cobb Grill including charcoal cartridges 
    • (Water) vacuum cleaner, 230V, 1250/2200W (shore power only) 

    Apart from the main hull there are 4 watertight compartments; 2 x engine room, 2 x forward compartment (the bow of each hull). 

    Bilge pumps: 6 

    • Separate high capacity submersible pump (230V, 900W (will operate on inverter), 8000 liter/hour) 

    Life raft: Eurovinil DM77, 6 person, 2007, reinspection due since 09/2022 

    Life ring 

    EPIRB: Ocean Signal RescueME EPIRB1, 2021 

    Fire Extinguishers (2): 2 x Type ABF, each hull, reinspection due since 10/2022, 

    Fire blanket in galley 

      Ground Tackle & Tender information

      Ground Tackle:

      • Main anchor: 33kg Rocna anchor with 80m of 10mm chain, 2010/2011 

        Secondary anchor: 20kg (approx.) Delta anchor 


      • Dinghy: Goldenship HFP300, 2021 

      • Outboard: Mariner 5hp, 2-stroke 

        *Important information


        • Jib including furling system needs replacement 
        • Some running rigging (sheets jib/genoa/spinakker, main halyard) needs replacement 
        • Headlining in salon and wall cladding in cabins needs attention 

        Please Note:

        *The information and specifications supplied here are believed to be correct to the best of our knowledge as provided by the current owner. Potential buyers are responsible for confirming the accuracy of this information. They should inspect the boat and have a professional survey completed.

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