CUSTOM 77ft Custom Norlin Cutter Sloop (1988) for sale in Teulada, Italy

£469,990 GBP
Listed price €545,000 EURGet a foreign exchange quote


Discover the high-seas potential in the exquisite CUSTOM 77ft Custom Norlin Cutter Sloop, stationed in Teulada, Italy. This fully-registered and VAT paid (under Maltese jurisdiction) beauty was thoughtfully crafted in the year 1988 by Jacobsen Brothers—the builders of the renowned Fantasi Yachts—rendering her a testament to Swedish finesse. The superior GRP sandwich construction of the hull and teak-adorned deck, superstructure, cockpit sole and seating pair durability with a classy finish. It also features seven watertight compartments, ensuring maximum safety in all sea conditions. Enjoy impressive speeds of up to 11 knots courtesy of the 2 Yanmar 4JH 110 ZF25 110hp/81kW engines, both new in 2020, and navigate effortlessly with max power 15kW bowthruster steering. Onboard systems, including the freshwater maker, air conditioning, heating and entertainment, are powered by an efficient Victron energy system, coupled with a 9.4kW Sole generator for uninterrupted power supply. Navigational convenience is ensured by Garmin MFD, wind direction tracker, plotter GPS and autopilot systems. As luxurious as it is efficient, the yacht offers accommodation for ten, featuring mahogany interiors and green leather upholstery across five cabins. Delight in the fully equipped galley, modern washing facilities and a frigomar air conditioning unit. To sweeten the deal, the last renovation of the teak deck was completed in 2020. Purchase the CUSTOM 77ft Custom Norlin Cutter Sloop for a world-class sailing experience.

General information
CUSTOM 77ft Custom Norlin Cutter Sloop
Used sail boat for sale
£469,990 GBP | Listed price €545,000 EURGet a foreign exchange quote
Name of boat
Length overall
23.34 metres
5.58 metres
Teulada, Italy

About this CUSTOM 77ft Custom Norlin Cutter Sloop



RCD Status: Our understanding is that the yacht is exempt from the essential safety requirements of the Recreational Craft Directive as she was built and placed into use within the EU prior to 1998.


Flag & Registration:

  • Malta registry – private pleasure yacht.
  • VAT paid (in Malta, under former owner).


Hull, Deck & Superstructure Construction:

  • GRP sandwich construction above and below waterline with solid GRP in way of fin keel and skeg areas.
  • The two skins and the solid laminate are believed to be built of hand laid GRP. The core material is reported as Divinycell. There are seven watertight compartments.
  • GRP / Divinycell cored deck and superstructure, with teak laid over; and including cockpit sole and seating.
  • Teak deck – we believe was new 2012 (under former owner) and refitted 2020 in Spain with the other works.
  • Substantial teak bulwarks.
  • Interior structure of deck-heads includes fore and aft cedar battening and laminated mahogany and holly beams and half-beams.
  • White hull with red trim lines. We believe she was last painted 2014.


Note: CAPRICE was built as “Swedish Caprice” for Jan-Eric Osterlund, a Swedish businessman. He sailed the yacht each summer and owned her until 2023.

The builder yard was “Jacobsen Brothers” (later builder of Fantasi Yachts). She was then owned by two other Swedish men.


Keel & Rudder:

  • Shallow integrally moulded fin-keel fitted at its bottom with a bolted cast-lead ballast.
  • Partly balanced rudder is hung on a stainless-steel rudderstock and additionally supported by a short skeg integrally moulded to the hull.
  • Twin wheel steering.
  • Emergency tiller.


Engine & Gearboxes:

  • 2 x Yanmar 4JH 110 ZF25 110hp/81kW – both were new in 2020.
  • New Aquadrive transmissions – 2020.


Maintenance & Performance:

  • Engine hours – approx. 500 as of May 2023.
  • Engine last serviced – May 2022.
  • Cruising speed – approx. 8 knots @ 2000 rpm.
  • Maximum speed – approx. 10/11 knots.
  • Fuel consumption at cruising speed of 7 knots – approx. 4 litres per hour per engine.
  • Range @ cruising speed – approx. 4,500 nm.


Propulsion & Steering:

  • 2 x Max Prop 3 bladed propellers.



  • MaxPower 15kW bowthruster, control at starboard helm.

Electrical Systems

Voltage Systems:

  • 24V DC and 220V AC systems.
  • Victron isolation transformer.
  • Victron Galvanic isolator VD1-32A.
  • Victron battery isolator.
  • Victron “colour control” system with panel by nav station.


Battery Banks:

  • Service and start batteries – new 2020.
  • Divine AGM 12V batteries for service.
  • 2 x Exide Energy batteries for engine start.


Battery Chargers:

  • 220V/24V 40A battery charger for shorepower – 2017.
  • Victron 5kW inverter – 2019.
  • Victron Energy blue power charger 12-10.
  • Victron Blue smart charger 12V 30A.
  • Victron Phoenix smart charger 24V 25A.
  • Sterling digital 4 step battery to battery charger.
  • 4 x Victron Energy Orion-Tr Smart 12-24-15 isolated DC-DC chargers (input 8-17V. Output 18-30V. Power 360W).
  • Victron blue power Quattro charger-inverter, 24V – 5000W – 120Amp.
  • 600W solar panels (on bimini) for charging with control system.
  • Blue Solar charge controller MPPT 100-30.



  • 2 x 60A alternators, one on each engine.



  • Sole 19 GSC 9.4kW – new 2020. Located aft.
  • Start panel by chart table and in generator room.


Shore Power:

  • 220V shorepower including 150m cable, plug, etc.

Plumbing Systems

Fresh Water & Water Heating System:

  • Hot water via engines or 220V boiler.



  • Newport 400 MKII watermaker.
  • Control panel by chart table. Unit in aft “generator room”.


Bilge Pumps:

  • 4 x electric auto bilge pumps, with manual override. Switches on main electric panel.
  • Pumps located under galley, at engine room, at aft generator and aft cabin.



  • Approx. 3,500 litres in 7 tanks.
  • Fuel tank monitors at main electric panel for: starboard day tank fuel, port day tank fuel, mid aft fuel, port forward fuel, mid forward fuel, starboard fuel.
  • 1 x aft for generator.


Fresh Water:

  • Approx. 700 litres in one integral tank.
  • Water tank monitor at main electric panel.


Grey/Blackwater Holding Tanks:

  • 2 x holding tanks (blackwater), approx. 300 litres total.
  • Main tank and an aft plastic tank at owner en-suite.
  • Monitors at electric panel for “blackwater tank” and “aft blackwater pump”.
  • 2 x grey water tanks – one forward and one aft.

Navigation & Communication Equipment

At Chart Table:

  • Lenova PC screen, keyboard.
  • Icom IC-M605 VHF.


By Companionway:

  • Holder for handheld VHF – Icom IC-M25.


In Cockpit:

  • 2 x Garmin MFD.
  • 1 x Garmin wind direction.
  • Garmin plotter GPS Map.
  • Garmin autopilot.
  • 2 x Plastimo compass.
  • Icom M600 VHF.

Domestic Equipment


  • ENO 3 burner gas stove and gas oven – 2020.
  • Vestel dishwasher.
  • Bosch washing machine.
  • Isotherm 24V fridge, front opening, in galley under the counter.
  • Vitrifrigo wine fridge in main saloon.
  • 24V Frigomar freezer.
  • 2 x 24V Frigomar refrigerator boxes.



  • 2 x Jabsco manual WC.
  • 1 x Planus electric WC.
  • 3 x shower units.


Heating & Ventilation:

  • Frigomar air conditioning unit with reverse heating cycle, ducting air to upper saloon / aft cabin and guest cabins – new 2020.
  • Hot water radiator heating system (aft cabin, upper saloon, galley), plus 6 x passive heaters (3 forward cabins).
  • Air fans throughout.



  • Fusion music system with speakers in cockpit and saloon.



  • 24V lights and LED.
  • Navigation lights.
  • Underwater lights.


Summary of Accommodation:

  • 10 beds in 5 cabins (not including saloon pilot berth).
  • Interior joinery of mahogany.
  • Soles are of teak-faced individual sections.
  • Green leather upholstery in both saloons.
  • Exposed topside areas in all sleeping cabins are lined with varnished mahogany battening.


Description of layout from forwards:


Crew Cabin:

  • From starboard guest cabin a door forward leads to crew cabin.
  • Joinery is the same as the guest cabins.
  • The cabin may be used as crew cabin or guest/child cabin.
  • Upper and lower berths on port side.
  • Lockers and drawers: all the starboard side of cabin is storage, plus drawer under the bed.
  • Large fore-hatch, which extends over the whole standing area, also provides direct access to the deck.


Starboard Guest Cabin:

  • Entered from the forward passageway, next to the day head and the door to the port guest cabin.
  • Twin cabin with upper and lower berths.
  • Direct access into the head/shower forward of the port guest cabin, via a door through the central partition.


Forward Head/Shower:

  • Access through a door at the fore end of the port guest and from starboard guest cabin.
  • Varnished mahogany joinery.
  • Teak sole grating.
  • Washbasin.
  • Shower and shower curtain.
  • Jabsco manual WC.
  • Lockers.
  • Mirror.
  • Overhead hatch.


Port Guest Cabin:

  • On port side of the passageway, opposite the day head/shower.
  • Double upper berth and wide single lower berth.
  • Mahogany joinery.
  • Wardrobe and four drawers.
  • Fold up desk unit.
  • Hull port.
  • Overhead hatch.


Day Head/Shower:

  • Available to forward cabins.
  • Varnished mahogany joinery.
  • Teak sole grating.
  • Wash basin fits the top of the outboard cupboard, with a further mirrored cupboard outboard.
  • Jabsco manual WC located at forward end, with a long mirror behind it.


Crew Mess:

  • To starboard.
  • L-shaped settee; outboard backrest folds up to create an upper berth. The lower berth is the outboard section of the settee.
  • Vestel dishwasher forward.
  • Bosch washing machine above (with door).
  • Hull port. Deck hatch.



  • To port.
  • Mahogany cupboard/worktop units.
  • Gimballed cooker is installed in an outboard recess and protected by a crash bar.
  • Twin stainless steel sinks.
  • Isotherm fridge installed aft under the counter.
  • 2 x top loading fridges, 1 x top loading freezer.
  • Hull port.
  • Deck hatch.
  • Between the galley and the crew mess is the forward passageway.


Main Saloon:

  • Traditional pilot berth to port and right outboard.
  • Cupboard ahead of the berth at the same level.
  • Below the pilot berth, banquette seating around three sides of a mahogany dining table, with one folding leaf on the inboard side, against which two folding chairs may be placed.
  • In the table is a drawer for bottles and in the top is a space for stowage. The top piece turns up to be a drink holder.
  • Green leather upholstery.
  • To starboard is a large mahogany sideboard, with various lockers and drawers, and a 3-shelf open bookcase.
  • Free standing armchair (could be used at table or chart table).
  • New Vitrifrigo wine fridge installed starboard side.
  • Access to the galley and crew mess through a door in the forward bulkhead.


Navigation Station:

  • To port at upper saloon level.
  • L-shaped chart table, outboard and forward facing.
  • Computer screen.
  • Radio VHF.
  • Various lockers.
  • Drawers under desk.
  • Chart stowage in desk.
  • Electric panel and various other controls for battery monitoring, gen set, watermaker, fire detection, air conditioning, bilge pumps.


Upper Saloon:

  • To starboard of entrance steps.
  • L-shaped banquette seating runs across the aft bulkhead and along the outboard side.
  • Green leather upholstery.
  • Fixed circular coffee table.
  • Various lockers fitted at a high level on the aft bulkhead.
  • Further lockers to starboard side.
  • Lockers under seating and outboard behind sofa.
  • Exceptional headroom (203 to 211cm).
  • Twin main engines installed directly beneath the midships section of the upper saloon sole, which is very heavily sound insulated.
  • Large coaming windows forward and on both sides.
  • 2 x deck hatches.
  • Two steps lead forward and down into the main saloon.


Aft En-suite Head Compartment:

  • Steps between navigation station and main entrance lead down and aft to the door of the owner´s cabin.
  • Upon entering owner´s cabin, door to the right accesses the en-suite head compartment.
  • Varnished mahogany joinery.
  • Vanity top with washbasin and outboard cupboard with mirrored doors.
  • Separate shower stall with teak sole grating.
  • Headroom in shower is 246cm.
  • Plastic holding tank outboard.
  • Electric flush head WC.


Owner´s Cabin:

  • Full beam spacious master suite with lots of natural light, ventilation and a “cosy” feel.
  • Study area at forward end, with a library, 5 x glass fronted lockers, drawers and lockers under.
  • Proper working desk to starboard.
  • Across to port is a drawer chest with locker outboard, and next to it a full-length mirror.
  • Centrally positioned mahogany ring frame forms a notable feature of the cabin, separating the study area from the aft sleeping/relaxing area.
  • Double berth to port.
  • Generous settee to starboard.
  • Oval shaped coffee table by settee.
  • Many lockers fitted beneath the berth, at a high level on the aft bulkhead and outboard of the berth.
  • Various lockers fitted outboard of settee.
  • Hull port fitted alongside the berth.
  • Hull port on starboard side by desk.
  • 2 x coaming ports, 1 over head and 1 by desk.
  • 4 x coaming ports in aft area of cabin.
  • 4 x deck prisms.
  • Between settee and berth at aft bulkhead, two steps lead up to a watertight door, which gives access into the generator room.


Generator Room:

  • Access from the aft deck, or alternatively and more comfortably by hinging back the aft coach-roof section in which the hatch is mounted.
  • In bad weather, access through the watertight door from the owner’s cabin.
  • The space serves as a workshop and is fitted with a bench and a vice.
  • Washbasin.
  • Wood bench seat.
  • Many wood drawers, cupboards etc. for storage of spares and tools.
  • Systems installed here include the Frigomar inverter chiller unit, Newport watermaker, Victron Galvanic isolator, and generator (in a sound shield).

Deck Equipment


  • Keel-stepped Reckmann 3-spreader white-painted aluminium mast with in-mast furling and hydraulic power pack.
  • Reckmann aluminium, white-painted boom.
  • Standing rigging stainless-steel wire (believed to be from 2013).
  • Rod forestays.
  • Running backstays.
  • 2 x Furlex Selden furling units for genoa and job, operated from hydraulic power pack.
  • Inner stay with Reckmann hydraulic furling unit.
  • 2 x Navtec hydraulic backstay adjusters.
  • Navtec hydraulic boom vang.
  • Sailtec hydraulic control panel unit at cockpit for backstay and vang.
  • White-painted aluminium spinnaker pole mounted into stainless steel bracket on mast.



  • Lewmar self-tailing winches:
    1. 2 x 70 ST – electric primaries on aft coaming behind cockpit.
    2. 4 x 65 ST – mainsheet (3 speed), mainsheet, staysail sheet (2 speed), on side coaming.
    3. 2 x 55 ST – running backstays, aft.
    4. 2 x 40ST – main car adjusters, on aft coaming behind cockpit.
  • Mast winches:
    1. 3 x 55 ST, on mast.
    2. 1 x 52 ST, on mast.
    3. 2 x 43 ST, on deck forward of mast.



  • By Sail Service Poland, new 2020.
  • In-mast furling mainsail, 110m².
  • Roller genoa, 194m².
  • Roller yankee, 142m².
  • Roller staysail.



  • Stainless-steel double rail bow pulpit.
  • Tapered stainless steel stanchions, with guard wires.
  • Stanchions to port and starboard provide boarding gates.
  • Aft coachroof fitted with the mainsheet track at forward end.
  • Spacious aft deck, with a stowage compartment.
  • Stainless steel “goal post” at stern with stainless steel davit arms to hold/lift the tender.
  • Stainless steel side boarding ladder.
  • Alloy and teak passerelle.



  • Cockpit is fitted at a slightly raised level from the main deck. Its forward end is protected by a high “breakwater”, set on the forward coachroof, and surmounted by a stainless-steel framed sprayhood.
  • Large fixed bimini extends over the entire cockpit from the “breakwater” to aft coaming with stainless steel frame and lighting.
  • Aft extensions of the coach house side coamings protect the two steering positions: each set in a forward corner, to either side of the main hatch to the accommodation.
  • Steering wheels are set on square pedestals against the coach-house aft bulkhead and provided with compass binnacles. Dished, teak slatted, stainless steel helmsman’s seats - adjustable for fore and aft position, and easily removable.
  • Adjacent to the starboard wheel is a Garmin autopilot control box, and twin single lever engine controls, plus control panels for Yanmar engines, MaxPower bowthruster, exterior lights, and windlass controls.
  • On the port side of the cockpit adjacent to the wheel, are press-button controls for furling of mainsail; genoa; yankee and staysail.
  • Plastimo compass at each helm.
  • Garmin GPS plotter in front of starboard helm in stainless steel fronted locker.
  • Amidships, and above the sliding entry hatch cover, is a row of Garmin instrument repeaters and VHF.
  • Fusion cockpit speakers.
  • Aft section of the cockpit arranged in a U-shape, with excellent seating.
  • Varnished teak cockpit table, adjustable height, folding leaves port and starboard.
  • Waeco free standing chest fridge in cockpit under port seat, with lines and fittings to tie it down.


Anchoring & Mooring Equipment:

  • 2 x Quick 220V anchor windlasses – both rebuilt 2020. Controls at bow and cockpit.
  • 2 x 140lb CQR bow anchor, 100m chain.
  • Mooring lines.
  • Fenders.


Covers, Canvas & Cushions:

  • Burgundy cockpit bimini.
  • White sprayhood – new April 2023, and an old one as spare.
  • Deck cushions.
  • Hatch covers, grey.
  • Winch covers, grey.
  • Table cover, white.
  • Dinghy + outboard covers.


Tender & Outboard:

  • AB Lammina 11 AL 3.5m.
  • Mercury 20hp outboard – new 2020.

Safety Equipment

  • 2 x 6-person Lalizas liferafts. Stow in stainless steel brackets on pushpit.
  • 2 x Lalizas “life-link” buoys.
  • Lifejackets (10+).
  • Mc Murdo “Smartfind” EPIRB 406 located by companionway.
  • Medicine kit.


Fire-Fighting Equipment:

  • Engine room fire extinguisher system.
  • Xintex FR2000 fire detection system, panel by chart table.
  • Fire extinguishers in cabins.

2020 Refit Notes

  • 2 x new Yanmar engines installed by Yanmar agent from Cartagena (engines supplied from Poland).
  • 1 x new Sole generator.
  • New sails.
  • Refitted teak deck.
  • New navigation equipment.
  • New outboard for tender.
  • New deck hatches.
  • Winches serviced.
  • 2 x Quick anchor windlass + remote at helm (one new and one refitted).
  • 2 x Furlex headsail furlers (refitted).
  • New electric panel and wiring.
  • New Frigomar fridge system and compressor + freezer.
  • New Eno gas stove.
  • Fire detection system.
  • All through hull fittings replaced.
  • Frigomar heat and air conditioning.
  • Chargers and inverter.
  • Green leather upholstery in saloons.

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Maximum speed
20 kph
Cruising speed
15 kph
Number of berths
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Edificio Reina Constanza, Calle Porto Pi 8 - 8B
Palma de Mallorca
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