Cabochon – 92′- 2004

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Built for an experienced yachtsman and designed by Ted Hood / Ted Fontaine, CABOCHON’s
stout construction, world-class features and attention to detail are evident everywhere, from her
robust practical engineering and redundant systems, to beautifully book-matched teak joinery
and dovetailed drawers. CABOCHON is remarkable in that she brings so many desirable features
– shoal draft (board up = 6’6”/ board down = 18’), performance under sail and comfort at sea,
to name a few – together all in one beautiful vessel.

Unlike most boats of her size, CABOCHON is easily sailed shorthanded with “big boat” systems
such as captive winches and hydraulic furling – all sails can be deployed, trimmed, and furled
by 1 person from the helm pedestal. Also unlike boats of her size that are commonly made of
steel or aluminum, her hull is fiberglass with layers of Kevlar for strength and rigidity.

She is US duty paid, MECAL approved, and recently commercially registered to allow for a
charter program (although never chartered thus far). CABOCHON will continue to turn heads
worldwide, no matter where she is sailing, and is currently offered at an exceptional value. She
is a boat that has no excuses and is simply in need of nothing.

 

Specifications

Type
Pilot house cutter
Naval Architect
Ted Hood - Ted Fontaine
Interior Design
Ted Hood - Ted Fontaine
Year
2004
LOA
28.04 m
Beam
6.43 m
Draft
2.05 m
Displacement
99 ton
Hull material
composite material and a sandwich structure using Core-cell foam core.
Engine
John Deere
Crew
3
Cabins
3
Guests
6
Location
Florida, USA
US $ 3.299.000