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Jeanneau Voyage 12.50 – 1988

Jeanneau Voyage 12.50 – 1988

Price: €49,000 – 5.85 MCFP

Wéoflaïf is a simple boat, enhanced by its first owner in terms of interior and exterior layout. It is seaworthy and stable. It is equipped with a furling mainsail, a staysail on a furler on the inner forestay, and a furling genoa on the forestay extending from the bowsprit. It is self-sufficient in electricity thanks to its 260W solar panels and wind turbine. The electronics are minimal, with only a VHF radio, an AIS transponder, and a Raymarine navigation system controlling the autopilot on a mechanical ram. Navigation is done using a tablet or smartphone. There are only 4 seacocks. It is an ideal boat for coastal or offshore cruising with family.

General Characteristics

• Length: 11.99 m
• Overall length: 13.40 m with bowsprit and extended aft deck
• Waterline length: 11 m
• Beam: 4.05 m
• Draft: 1.65 m
• Material: fiberglass/polyester
• Displacement (light, loaded): 8.2 tons
• Rig type: cutter
• Engine: 42 HP Vetus/Mitsubishi Type M4 17, 2006
Flag: French Homeport: Le Guilvinec
Entry into PF: April 2024
Current location: Tahiti


The interior of “Wéoflaïf” has been extensively modified.
Berths: 2 double cabins aft, 1 large cabin forward, 1 saloon with 2 benches and a table that can be lowered.

  • 1 large forward cabin with a large storage closet and shelves on either side of the bed. Upholstery in good and recent condition. A small closet at the forepeak.
  • Small corridor with 4 large storage closets and wardrobes on portside.
  • Bathroom on starboard with an electric toilet and a small 220V water heater for the shower.
  • Saloon amidships, equipped with a U-shaped bench and a straight bench. The paints, linings, and upholstery are in good condition.
  • Navigation table on portside at the bottom of the companionway. It is simple and functional with 6 large storage drawers.
  • Galley: in good condition. Comprising a unit housing the stove and oven on portside and a U-shaped island at the bottom of the companionway. The furniture is in good condition. The stove is fixed and in good condition. The oven is fixed and in good condition. Cold group on starboard in usable condition.
  • Central double sink in good condition. A seawater pump is present.
  • 2 aft double cabins: paints, linings, and upholstery in good condition.
  • Cockpit: in good condition. The cockpit consists of a section arranged as a deck saloon and the helm station. The cockpit is partially covered by a rigid dodger; flexible plexiglass can be installed on the sides to create a true doghouse.
  • The deck saloon consists of benches/storage boxes and a folding, removable table. The cockpit benches are equipped with wooden slats.

Construction and History

Sloop built in 1988 by Jeanneau shipyard in Les Herbiers (France) based on the designs of Guy Ribadeau Dumas
All information on construction is available: specifications, protection, finishes, etc.
Sandwich hull – gelcoat. Monolithic hull bottom (live works). Laminated deck (sandwich). Plywood bulkheads laminated or glued.

Refits or Major Works

We are the 4th owners. The first owner, a professional skipper, sailed around the world for 13 years. Major refurbishment from 2005 to 2008 done by him with his experience in composite materials: added a rigid dodger type Dog-house with mainsail rail on top, added a bowsprit with genoa forestay extension, extended the boat by about 1m aft by reversing the transom to add 2 large lockers and a hinged platform for easy access to the boat, removed the second shower cabin to gain interior space and modified the saloon configuration from a rounded C-shaped bench to a U-shaped bench, moved the longitudinal galley on portside to a straight bench and repositioned the galley forward of the aft cabins on portside and starboard with a central island for the 2 sinks, added an arch for solar panels and with davits for the dinghy, reinforced floors at the keel’s return from the round the world trip due to perceived longitudinal flexibility, switched from wheel steering to tiller steering to simplify the steering sector and free up space in the cockpit. The second owner used the boat sparingly, and the third owner did a transatlantic crossing with family and lived on the boat for 4 years. It is thus a boat for owners who live on it and take care of it.
We are selling “Wéoflaïf” as Tahiti marks the end of our 11-month family voyage.


All standing rigging was replaced in 2018. Fittings for the 2 sets of spreaders are new. Monotoron shrouds. 1 forestay, 1 inner forestay, 2 upper shrouds, 4 lower shrouds, double backstay.

  • Aluminum mast Francespar in good condition with 2 sets of spreaders containing a furling mainsail system
  • steps
  • Aluminum boom Francespar
  • textile boom vang on pulleys
  • gooseneck in good condition
  • spinnaker pole


Sails serviced in March 2023

  • Mainsail: furling, with battens 45% wear
  • Furling genoa, 45% wear. We note the snap hook holes on the bolt rope, no impact on sail performance
  • Furling staysail, 45% wear
  • Symmetrical spinnaker with sock in good condition
  • 4 Lewmar ST winches 2 x 52 for the headsail sheets, 2 x 43 at the companionway for the mainsail sheet and mainsail furler, and 1 Lewmar 40 at the mast base for the halyards.


  • Vetus/Mitsubishi diesel engine, 42HP, 2006, M4-17, 2000h
  • Average consumption: 3L/h at 1500 RPM
  • Three-blade propeller
  • Fuel tank capacity: 190L

Ground Tackle

  • GOIOT windlass, electric, in usable condition and working well
  • Dedicated 1000Ah battery. Remote control on an accordion cable in the forward cabin
  • Circuit breaker under the central sink island
  • Main anchor: 20Kg flat anchor with 42m of 10 mm chain in good condition
  • Secondary anchor: 20Kg Bruce anchor connected to 20m of 10mm chain and 30m of rope.


  • 3 stainless steel freshwater tanks (1 aft portside 150L, 1 central 150L, and 1 forward 150L)
  • Double sink
  • 1 freshwater pump in the saloon and 1 seawater pump under the sink unit
  • 4-burner stove
  • 130L refrigerator on starboard
  • 220V water heater only in the bathroom
  • Shower in the bathroom
  • Electric toilet in the bathroom
  • Fans in each cabin and in the saloon


  • 4 service batteries 100Ah, April 2023
  • 1 engine battery 90Ah June 2023
  • 1 windlass dedicated battery 1000Ah
  • Alternator on the engine
  • 2 solar panels 2 x 130W
  • MPPT regulator
  • AIR – X 400 wind turbine, disengageable at the navigation table
  • Victron 30A battery charger in good condition
  • 1000W inverters in the saloon locker
  • LED lighting
  • Fans 1 per cabin and 1 in the saloon, a total of 4
  • Victron BMV-700 controller

Electronics and Navigation Instruments

  • NAVICOM RT 750 VHF, good condition, working well
  • GPS on laptop (Open CPN)
  • Autopilot: RAYMARINE ST600
  • BLU
  • Raymarine ST6001 central unit
  • AIS: yes, transceiver
  • Compass: PLASTIMO
  • Barometer on the navigation table
  • Depth sounder: NASA. The depth sounder sensor is glued to the hull, it does not penetrate the hull


  • Dinghy: Bombard 6-person raft
  • Outboard: Tohatsu 6HP under warranty. Purchased in September 2023


  • Sea safe liferaft type: KHYF6-16-4327 6 places 2016 serviced in 2022 next service: 2025
  • EPIRB at the entrance of the starboard aft cabin
  • 1 extinguisher at the bottom of the companionway (next to the stove) and 1 in the starboard cabin (fuel tank)
  • 2 automatic life jackets with harness loop for their tethers
  • Electric bilge pump in the engine bilge and 1 manual pump


  • 1 large sun awning
  • 1 rainwater collection awning
  • 1 arch with davits for the dinghy
  • Fishing rods x 2. Fish spear
  • Lots of fittings, dishes, sheets, towels, fins, masks, beach games
  • Sewing machine
  • Toolbox
  • Spare parts
  • Last haul-out: April 2023


  • Equipment: simple boat with minimal power-consuming electronic equipment.
  • 2 headsails on furlers make maneuvers very simple. The furling mainsail makes reefing very easy
  • Maintenance: minimal maintenance due to its simplicity
  • Ready for long voyages: capable of traveling with electrical autonomy, the freshwater tanks allow for up to 8 weeks of use if consumption is reasonable, without drinking the tank water. It has already completed a round-the-world trip through the tropics, an Atlantic circuit, a trade winds transatlantic crossing, and a voyage from the Caribbean to Polynesia (2023/2024). Arriving in June 2024, it is ready to depart immediately
  • Habitability: perfect for a family with 2 children
  • Regular ongoing maintenance without major work required or anticipated.