Excess 12 for sale

Ibiza, Spain

£376,593GBP
Listed price €450,000 EUR

Tax Not paid / Excluded

Excess 12 - 2021 Excess 12 - MAMMA MIA - for sale
General information
Make/model
Excess 12
Category
Used sail boat for sale
Price
£376,593 GBP | Listed price €450,000 EUR
Price comment
4-cabin, tall-rig version of the new Excess 12
Tax / VAT status
Not paid / Excluded
Name of boat
Mamma Mia
Year
2021
Designer
VPLP Design
Length overall
11.81 metres
Length waterline
11.46 metres
Beam
6.82 metres
Draft
1.35 metres
Displacement
10,300 kg
Hull
GRP
Location
Ibiza, Spain

About this Excess 12

English

‘As new’ 2021-launched Excess 12. MAMMA MIA is a fully-optioned example of the Multihull Of The Year 2020 winning Excess 12 catamaran.

FURTHER BROKER’S COMMENTS:

Launched in 2021, MAMMA MIA is an ‘as new’ example of the fantastic new Excess 12 cruising catamaran from Groupe Beneteau. Her specification highlights include:-

• 4-cabin, 2-heads layout

• Performance ‘Pulse’ sailing option with tri-radial laminate sails and square-top mainsail

• Code Zero

• Raymarine navigation equipment

• Upgraded 45 hp engine option

• Large solar panels

• Chain counter for windlass

• Fusion interior and waterproof speakers

• Tender Outboard engine

MANUFACTURER’S COMMENTS:

The Excess 12 adopts a marked chine and a pronounced deck sheer, creating unique lines. Her twin helm stations, located aft, offer a maximum of sensations and create a more seamanlike concept that brings us closer to the sea. The light and precise helm and the opening bimini are reminiscent of the pleasures of helming a monohull.

The cockpit of this boat is bathed in light thanks to its opening roof. On the outside there is the usual trampoline between the hulls, great for sunbathing, as well as the large exterior table. The hulls have a large volume with the option of a three double cabin or four double cabin version.

With her completely new lines for the coachroof, a short nacelle and the taller Pulse Line rig, the Excess 12 brings a breath of fresh air to the world of cruising catamarans.

ABOUT EXCESS CATAMARANS:

A world where catamarans are as much fun to live on as they are to sail. An elegant look, amazing colors and sophisticated lines all combine in a catamaran that’s simply a pleasure to sail. This is what today’s new sailors are asking for. Excess is for them.

The increased sail area of Excess catamarans, the mast set forward of the coachroof or the twin aft helms that allow you to sail with direct connection to the rudders. As for the volumes on board, they are designed for a lifestyle inspired by the oceans.

Architectural choices signed by VPLP Design, specialists in ocean racing. A perfect combination for living the sea; and living at sea in all simplicity.

Everything has been carefully designed to meet the expectations of generations who want a modern, lively, aesthetic boat, adapted to the new ways of thinking about life on the water, a sailboat in phase with their lifestyle.

PRESS REVIEW:

Groupe Beneteau, builder of Lagoon catamarans, has introduced a new multihull line called Excess. The first of the boats to reach U.S. shores at the Annapolis boat show was the Excess 12, a 38ft 6in design based on the popular Lagoon 40. The thought process behind this new boat was driven by customer feedback, with an eye toward creating a light, open cat that connects the crew more directly with the sailing experience. According to Beneteau, the target market for this sporty-looking design includes monohull sailors in search of something new and multihull aficionados looking for the wind-in-your-hair experience that makes them feel more “at one” with whatever boat they’re on.

Construction of the Excess is much like that of the Lagoon, with vacuum-infusion and balsa coring in both the deck and hull above the waterline. Built in three sections, the Excess 12 has the same bridge deck and inner-hull design under the waterline as the Lagoon 40. However, the outer hull sections were reshaped by the specialists at VPLP to include two new chines that create more interior volume and a slightly different aesthetic overall. To enhance performance, literally a ton of weight was taken out of the boat relative to the Lagoon 40, most of it in interior furnishings.

The differences aboard the new Excess are immediately visible from the dock, primarily because of the twin helm stations aft on each hull and the fact that there’s no flybridge. The starboard helm has a Raymarine MFD and engine controls. The port helm has wind instruments and an attachment for a tablet, which acts as a repeater. An option I would certainly consider is adding engine controls to both sides. They’re well integrated into the outboard hull sides at hip level where you can reach them without taking your eyes off the bows when docking.

A double seat for the driver and a companion is located at each helm and each is designed to fold up and tuck away to provide clear access to the aft steps and swim platforms. An often-heard complaint with this kind of outboard layout is that it leaves the person at the helm exposed to the elements. However, Excess has come up with a fairly elegant solution in the form of a bimini structure that wraps in from outboard to provide a sunshade above. It’s the least intrusive solution I’ve seen in this kind of configuration, and it works.

Another contentious issue with having twin helms aft is visibility, and while many of the designers of such models will claim you can see the opposite bow through the saloon, I’ve found that claim to be somewhat dubious, at best. That said, aboard the Excess 12 the design team appears to have truly dialed it in, and you can actually see all the way down to the tips of both bows. Excess has even gone so far as to make all the windows with clear rather than tinted glass, allowing you to see through equally well at night.

Throughout the interior, the French builder has focused on streamlining the interior wood structures and in so doing has done away with various bits of cabinetry hardware, including drawer pulls. The effect is a smoother and lighter interior that still does all you need it to.

The Excess 12 is offered in two versions: Standard and Pulse. The latter is the souped-up iteration with a 3ft-taller mast and an additional 54 sq. ft of sail. The mast in both configurations is positioned well aft to make the main smaller and easier to handle for shorthanded crews. Both versions also have a self-tacking jib and square top main. Another performance advantage to the Pulse line is its gray tri-radial laminate Incidence sails, which is how the boat for our test sail on the Chesapeake was outfitted. A sprit is optional and serves as the attachment point for a Code 0, which on the Pulse line is 86 sq.ft larger than on the standard version of the boat. It’s a versatile sailplan, easily managed by a cruising couple.

Sail Magazine – December 2019

SPECIFICATION

CONSTRUCTION

RCD Status:

• The Excess 12 is built to comply with the requirements specified by the European Union’s Recreational Craft Directive (RCD) to meet Design Category A – ‘Ocean’.

Hull, Deck & Superstructure Construction:

• Hull – Polyester, vacuum infused hull, and deck anti-osmotic resin

• Balsa core hull, solid laminate under water line

• Laminated or marine plywood bulkheads

MACHINERY

Engine & gearbox:

• 2 x Yanmar 45 Hp 4JH45SD

• Saildrive gearboxes

• Engine compartment air extractor

• 200 Hours as of December 2021

• Mechanical engine throttles

Propulsion & Steering:

• Fixed 3-bladed propellers

• Wheel steering in carbon

ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS

Voltage systems:

• 12vDC domestic systems with 230vAC via shore-power

Battery Banks:

• 2x 50Ah AGM 12vDC engine start battery

• 2x 140Ah AGM 12vDC service batteries

• 2 x 80aH AGM 12 DC service batteries

Charging:

• Battery charger 40 Ah

Alternator:

• 12vDC engine-mounted alternators

Shorepower:

• 40A Shore power

Solar Panels:

• Solar panel array

PLUMBING & GAS SYSTEMS

Fresh Water:

• The hot freshwater circuit is led into a well insulated hot water tank, heated by engine or 230v AC immersion heater element.

• 32 Litre water heater

TANKAGE

Fuel:

• 400 litre fuel capacity

Fresh Water:

• 300 + 300 litres water capacity in two tanks

Black Water:

• 2 x 95 Litre holding tanks

NAVIGATION & COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT

• Raymarine MFD

• Raymarine Autopilot

• Raymarine AIS

• Raymarine Depth / Speed

• Raymarine Wind

Communications Equipment:

• Raymarine VHF

• Handheld VHF

DOMESTIC EQUIPMENT

Galley:

• Laminated countertop

• Stainless steel sink

• 3 – burner gas stove

• Built-in gas oven

• Trashbin

• 2 x 12V Stainless steel fridge

• Storage lockers

• Microwave

Heads:

• Access from companionway via wooden door

• GRP countertop

• GRP sink with pressurized hot& cold water

• Lockers & storage

• Separate shower with Plexiglas door and duckboard

• Jabsco Manual sea water WC

Heating & Ventilation:

• Cooling fans in saloon and cabins

Entertainment:

• Fusion Stereo system with speakers inside and deck

• TV in saloon

ACCOMMODATION

Summary of Accommodation:

• Up to 10 berths in forward cabins, aft cabins and saloon. Two heads.

Accommodation Finish:

• Alpi Honey teak plywood with UV Varnish

• Plywood floor, Sand

Accommodation Layout from forward:

• Forward Cabins – Bed: 2x 1,70m, 2 reading lights, hanging lockers, storage drawer under bed, Storage in bulkhead, panoramic full window with opening porthole.

• Aft Cabins: Bed: 2 x 1,60 m. , 2 reading lights, bedside tables, hanging lockers, storage drawer under bed, Storage in bulkhead, panoramic full window with opening porthole.

• Saloon: L- shaped sofa, storage under seats, wooden high table, chart table with storage, bench, TV

• Aft cockpit: L-shaped sofa, GRP cockpit table, Daybed on starboard with storage

DECK EQUIPMENT

Rig:

• Performance ‘Pulse’ sailing package with larger mast.

• Anodized aluminium mast

• 2 sets of spreaders

• Deck light and steaming light on mast

• Square section mast pillar in stainless steel glossy finish

• Anodized aluminium boom

• Anodized aluminium crossbeam with fixing point for the jib furler and davits

• Coated shrouds

• Forestay with furler and self tacking jib

• Adjustable lazy-jacks

• Double-braided dynema mainsail halyard

• Double-braided dynema jib halyard

• Mainsail clew line lashing

• Block + clutch on for furling jib manoeuvre

• Self-tacking track for jib sheet with stoppers

Winches:

• Harken 46.2 STA manual winch

• Harken 40.2 STA manual winch

Sails:

• Laminate tri-radial square-top fully-battened mainsail – 2021

• Laminate tri-radial self-tacking jib - 2021

• Code Zero - 2021

General:

• Stainless steel pulpit, pushpit and guardwire stanchions

• GRP toerail

• Double stainless lifelines.

• Stainless steel pulpits around companionway and dorades

• Bathing platform ladder

• Gangway

• Outboard engine bracket

• Swimming ladder

Covers & Canvas:

• Bimini

• Cockpit cushions

• Stackpack and lazyjacks

Anchoring & Mooring:

• Anchor with 50 m chain

• 12vDC electric anchor windlass with chain countor

• Fenders & warps

VIEWING ARRANGEMENTS

Lying – Ibiza, Spain

Available to view strictly by appointment

Office Hours Mon- Fri 0900 – 17.00

Saturday by prior appointment

For more information or to arrange a viewing please contact us.

Please Note: Due to the varying locations of our yachts, your travel time and the distances that may be involved, we recommend that you only make arrangements to view if you are actively considering purchase.

Lead Broker: Jonas Renlund – Grabau International (Marbella)

Tel: +358 408 098688

Email: enquiries@grabauinternational.com

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Propulsion
Engine
2 x Yanmar 45 Hp 4JH45SD
Engine hours
200
Fuel
Diesel
Fuel capacity
400 litres
Accommodation
Number of cabins
4
Number of berths
8
Drinking water capacity
600 litres

Grabau International offers the details of all vessels in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information or warranty the condition of any vessel and the details do not constitute a part of any contract. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. All vessels are offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice. Grabau International provides professional yacht conveyancing and legal transfer of title for all yachts as per the ABYA Code of Practice with all deposit payments and final balance payments processed through secure dedicated client accounts solely for that purpose. Our dedicated client accounts are written in trust at Natwest Bank and we are fully insured.

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