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The Yacht Sauvage


Sauvage will take you anywhere in the world with comfortable crossings and sailing,
so that you can explore remote and wild places.


SAUVAGE is a 60 ' uncompromising voyaging yacht designed for charter cruises around the world. Equally at home in a tropical lagoon or a windswept Aleutian island bay, SAUVAGE'S strong steel construction will carry you safely on your adventure.

Designed by the French designer, Jean Francois Andre, and built in Brazil, SAUVAGE is a safe, steel, offshore sailing yacht. The unique centerboard design allows easy access to sheltered shallow anchorages.

Sauvage will take you anywhere in the world with comfortable crossings and sailing so that you can explore remote and wild places.



The interior of SAUVAGE is visually open and bright. The pilot house allows for plenty of natural lighting. In cold climates the diesel heater keeps it warm and inviting and when in the tropics there is ample hatches to allow the sea breezes to flow through.




LOA - 18.30 m
LWL - 16 m
Beam - 5.40 m
Draft Centerboard Down - 3.50 m
Draft Centerboard Up - 1.30 m
Displacement - 33 tons
Sail area - 190 m2
Mast - 23 m
Water capacity - 1000 liters
Water maker - 140 L /h
Diesel capacity - 2000 liters
Engine - John Deere 150 HP
Generator - 8 KW
Power aboard -

-220 V /110V / 24 V / 12 V


Iridium satellite phone for email connections .
Single Side Band- Icom
VHF Radio VHF - Icom
Radar - Furuno
GPS - Garmin
CD player, Mp3/Wma

Recreational equiment

1 dinghy BIM , 3.90 M with a 15 hp Yamaha , 4 strokes , outboard
4 kayaks exploration or 6 personnes
2 Stand Up Paddle Boards
4 surf boards

Diving equipments : 4 diving tanks, 1 Compressor Bauer


The saloon is very open and roomy. It is separated down the middle by the centerboard case and has a big teak dining table for 9 on the port side and another teak table for 4 on the starboard side. A diesel heater stove for high Latitudes keeps it a nice warm temperature inside.



SAUVAGE  can accommodate 6 passengers for charter cruises and 9 passengers for expedition cruises.

There are 3 guest cabins, each with a king size bed and a top bunk to be used for storage or for a 3rd passenger on expeditions. Each cabin has a private bathroom with shower and head.



The Galley is immediately to starboard as you come down the companion way and is fully equipped to be able to prepare excellent meals.



The cockpit is wide and well protected from the spray and wind by the pilot house. It has sun protection with a bimini top. There is a big folding table for 9 people for eating outside in the tropics and even sometimes in the cold places. The stern platform, sugar scoop, is very wide and handy to step aboard from the dinghy or for landing the fish caught while sailing on passage.

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