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Old 27-04-2018, 01:54   #1
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1995 Dynamique 80 "Pawnee"

For sale: PAWNEE; Dynamique 80 ft Auxiliary Cutter; US$750,000

This fast, powerful, long range, low maintenance cruising boat is easily sailed by one old man as I well know, having sailed her 140,000 miles all over the world mostly single-handed in the last 18 years. Now I am reluctantly selling her due to advanced old age.

Registered in BVI, lying Venezuela. Delivery to the port of your choice can be arranged.

LOA 80´, Beam 19´6", Draft 8´, Reg. tons 47, Disp. tons 58.

Main engine: Cummins 250HP 6 cylinder diesel, rebuilt 2015 in S. Africa.
Generators: Northern lights 16Kw, Isuzu 10 Kw.
Modified wing keel with 3 tons extra lead. Bottom has 12 coats of copper powder in epoxy resin for antifouling/osmosis protection.

Non-slip decks with two teak floored cockpits, both with GRP roofs on alloy frames with tempered tinted glass windows.

Aluminium mast and boom; Mainsail in-mast hydraulic furling; Genoa and staysail hydraulic roller furling, Haarken hydraulic sheet and halyard winches. Stainless steel 19mm/16mm/14mm wire rigging, staylock type terminals. Spare Genoa and Code Zero.

Three ensuite cabins forward,a midships office/laundry, two aft cabins one of which is converted to a workshop, wood paneled saloon with leather upholstery, galley. .

Simrad 46 radar, Two GPS plotters, Two Raymarine 6000 autopilots with hydraulic rams, VHF, Wind and Depth indicators.

24VDC from 36 two-volt surrette batteries. 1700 watts solar panels. D400 wind generator. Two shore chargers.

Inverter 3Kw 220VAC, inverter 2.5Kw 110VAC. Six airconditioners. Watermaker 45 gph . Fridge/freezer, deep freezer, washer/dryer, microwave oven.

Tanks: Fuel 3,300 litres, water 1,500 liters.

Anchors: 50Kg Bruce; 50Kg CQR; 70Kg Navy; with 110 and 60 meters of 16mm galvanised chain. Electric windlass.

Dinghies: New Caribe 15 ft RIB with 90 HP Yamaha; Caribe 8 ft RIB with 5HP Yamaha.

Just returned from an 8 month voyage: Venezuela, W.I., Scotland, Norway, Ireland, W. Africa, W.I., Venezuela, mostly single-handed.

If you are seriously interested in buying this boat please send me a PM explaining who you are forfull details and more photos.



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Old 11-05-2018, 01:27   #2
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Sailing Vessel "Pawnee"

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Old 12-05-2018, 01:02   #3
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Old 11-06-2018, 00:31   #4
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Re: 1995 Dynamique 80 "Pawnee"

Nice boat hope you sell it quick
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Old 15-06-2018, 23:29   #5
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How do you survive the intrigue in Venezuela? Beautiful boat.
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Old 15-06-2018, 23:58   #6
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There is a saying here:


Rio revuelto buena pesca.


Turbulent rivers make for good fishing!


Plus the fact that one dollar will buy you more than two million bolivars, makes cheap labour available to keep the boat beautiful and capable of long ocean passages.
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G’day Norm l
I am a little wound up with situation on Nic ,but am quite in of awe of your exploits
Let me know if you have disposition to gain crew or refugees ({nice. People) to Guatemala
I am an Aussie with a daughter who is married and resident in Bluefields
Hope Cris gott away ok
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Beautiful, I love big sailboats.
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G’day Norm l
I am a little wound up with situation on Nic ,but am quite in of awe of your exploits
Let me know if you have disposition to gain crew or refugees ({nice. People) to Guatemala
I am an Aussie with a daughter who is married and resident in Bluefields
Hope Cris gott away ok
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Just interested in selling Pawnee to someone who will look after her and retiring!
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If she were about 600k cheaper I could certainly do that! Does one need any special licensing/ certification to operate an 80 ft boat for personal use? I know for a 60 footer they gave me keys and said have at it! But seems like I read at 80 ft the powers that be want some official training certificates.
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You wouldn't be Robinson Crusoe if it was that cheap
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I never needed papers on the high seas (except in the head). Hard currency is very useful in port, as well as for buying boats.
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Still for sale AussieNorm?
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Old 13-12-2018, 08:49   #14
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Yes, the boat is still for sale.
Right now she is in Venezuela, but I will be taking her to St Maarten, W.I. in January and staying there for a while.

Easier to visit!
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Re: 1995 Dynamique 80 "Pawnee"

Never heard of a Simrad 46 radar, is it a 4G possibly?


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