L'Aigle de Mer 
  • Boat Name: L'Aigle de Mer
  • Year: 1984
  • Current Price: US$ 39,000
  • Located in Annapolis, MD
  • Hull Material: Fiberglass
  • Engine/Fuel Type:
  • YW# 1881-3099539
  • Sold

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Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:

Boat Name
L'Aigle de Mer

Keel: Centerboard


LOA: 40' 0"

LWL: 31' 7"

Beam: 12' 8"

Minimum Drafr: 4' 9"

Maximum Draft: 8' 9"

Headroom: 6' 3"

Displacement 17800 


Hull and deck are one piece hand laminated, fiberglass mat and unidirectional fabric used with balsa core for strength and rigidity.


Universal 40 - 30 HP FWC Diesel


Fuel: 47 Gallons

Water:55 Gallons

Holding: 16 Gallons


The interior of L'AIGLE DEL MER is Tartam's A accomodation plan. It is finished in the traditional hand rubbed, oiled teak joiner work, cabinetry, and solid trim.The cabin sole is teak and holly. The upholstery is green, and the interior hand rails are teak. Headroom throughout is 6'4".

The forward cabin has a 6'6" V-berth with two cedar lined hanging lockers, a bureau, and a dressing seat. There is ample storage provided by the shelves over each berth, and lockers under the bunks. Next aft is the fully enclosed head to port with a separate shower stall. There is access to the head from both the V-Berth, and the main saloon. Opposite the head to starboard is a large cedar lined hanging locker.

The main saloon has a U-shaped settee to port that converts to a double berth, and a single settee to starboard.Above the starboard berth is bottle and glass storage. The dining table stows against the port forward bulkhead. When in table mode it seats six to eight people.

Aft to port is the chart table facing aft, and the chart table is just aft of the galley.

The aft cabin is aft to starboard, opposite the galley and chart table. 

There are ten opening ports, and two large opening hatches. There are twio small hatches forward, and two dorade ventilators. The vessel enjoys excellent ventilation.

  • Stereo speakers port and starboard in saloon
  • Screens for hatches and ports
  • Brass clock and barometer on port main bulkhead.



The galley is located to port, and is well situated to serve the saloon or cockpit. There is excellent storage, and large counter top prep space.

  • Double stainless steel sinks
  • Hot and cold pressure water
  • 12 Gallon hot water tank heated by engine or 110 Volt shore power
  • Foot pedal for manual fresh water
  • Adler Barbour 12 volt refrigeration
  • Three burner LNG stove with oven


The ships electrical systems include 12 Volt battery power, and 110 volt shore power.

  • AC/DC panel with 22 breakers, battery condition indicator, and polarity indicator
  • Separate 3 switch panel for anchor, masthead tri color, and strobe
  • Two 105 amp hour 12 volt batteries
  • Master battery selector switch
  • 55 amp engine mounted alternator
  • 110 volt, 30 amp shore power cord, 50 feet in length
  • Numerous 110 volt outlets through out the ship


The engine is a Universal Atomic 40, 33 HP, FWC diesel

  • Fuel consumption is 0.5 gph @2500 rpm's
  • Cruising speed is 6kts.
  • Pre heat starting button
  • Full engine instruments at helm
  • Engine alarms
  • Primary and secondary fuel filters
  • 2:1 reduction gear
  • Three bladed fixed bronze propeller
  • water lift exhaust silencer

Sails and Rigging

She is a modern masthead, double spreader rigged sloop.Spars are annondized, and the mast is stepped on the keel. The standing rigging is 1x19 stainless steel. The mast has ppreader lights, anchor light, tri color, and strobe light. The mast height is 55' 6" above the water.

  • Sails: Main, fully battened, Genoa jib, spinnaker, sails by Ulmer / Allen
  • Harken roller furling
  • Seven Lewmar winches: 2 # 55 ST sheet winches, 2 # 46 ST secondaries, 2 # 43's on the cabin top
  • All control lines are led to the cockpit through sheet stoppers
  • Mainsail has jiffy reefing
  • Spinnaker halyard
  • Harken ball bearing travlers for mainsail and baby stay
  • Harken rigid boom vang
  • Two winch handles
  • Spinnaker pole with deck chocks
  • Internal and external jib tracks with cars
  • Flag halyard


At char table

  • Standard Horizon VHF
  • Micrologic Mariner GPS Navigator
  • Sony AM FM CD sound system with speakers
  • Datamarine Log
  • 12 volt Outlet
  • Breaker panel

In the cockpit

  • Raymarine Autohelm 6000 autopilot
  • Ritchie 5" binnacle mounted compass
  • Datamarine AWI plus wind speed
  • Datamarine speed and log

Deck Hardware
  • Double rail bow pulpit
  • Split double rail stern pulpit
  • Stainless steel stern mounted swim ladder
  • Double lifelines with gates port and starboard
  • Double anchor bow roller
  • teak toe rails
  • Teak cabin top hand rails
  • Midship chocks with cleats
  • Teak cockpit grate
  • Merriman Yacht Specialties pedestal steering

Additional Equipment
  • Awning
  • Life preservers ( PFD's)
  • Mooring lines
  • Fenders
  • "Pacific blue" dodger
  • Two boat hooks
  • Bosun chair
  • Flagstaff with US Ensign
  • Windscoop
  • Cockpit cushions
  • Two horseshoe life rings
  • First aid kit
  • Winter cover

The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

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Last Revised: Nov 26, 2018

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