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Victoire 855

Price € 34.500
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Length (m) 8.55
Width (m) 2.72
Draft (m) 1.60
Building year 1990
Material Polyester
Location Bruinisse

Victoire 855

D. Koopmans designed this fine and good looking sailing boat in 1989, this one was built in 1990 and is in very good condition. For example, the boat has been on shore every winter and many things have been renewed. Located sales office House of Yachts Bruinisse.


Victoire 855
Built in 1990 by Victoire Jachtbouw, The Netherlands
Designed by D. Koopmans
CE category A
GRP hull, superstructure and deck
Flexiteak in cockpit
Dimensions 8.55 x 2.72 x 1.60 meter
Displacement approx. 3.000 kg
Ballast approx. 1.400 kg


Classic interior
Yellow upholstery in saloon
1 cabin and saloon
3-5 berths
Jabsco manual u.w. toilet (2015)
Wallas Marine heater (needs to be checked)
Galley with two burner Dometic Origo spirit stove
S.s. sink
Isotherm fridge

Motor, Electric & water

Volvo Penta 2002 - 18 hp (service 2023)
2 cylinder
Saildrive (saildrive manchet 2015)
Indirect cooling system
Mechanical gearbox
Approx. 60 ltrs. diesel tank
Approx. 60 ltrs. fresh water tank
12v / 230v electrical system
Start battery (2022)
Service battery (2016)
Mastervolt chargemaster 12/25-3 (2016)
Mastervolt battery monitor BTM-III (2018)
Shore power with cable (2015)
Replacement of main power supply and renewal of electrical wiring


2x Barient 10P
2x Barient 18
Seldén Furlex 204s (2021)
Running rigging (2015)
Control running and standing rigging (2021)
Control winches and deck fittings (2022)
Hagoort main sail (2019) + cover (2019)
Lazy jacks (2021)
Hagoort genoa III (2019)
Lion Sails reacher

Navigation & Electronic

Raymarine i50 speed (2016)
Raymarine i50 depth (2016)
Sailor Compact RT2048 VHF
Magellan NAV 1200 GPS (inside) (does not work anymore)
Autohelm 800 autopilot


Hanse Sails sprayhood (2019)
Tiller steering
Fire blanket
Fire extinguisher
Manual bilge pump
Anchor with chain
Fender + lines
Bathing ladder
Antifouling (2024)
Anodes (2024)
Underwatership stripped and newly built-up (2019)
Stored ashore during winter