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Arcona 400


  • €240,000 ex Vat

  • Description

    2009 Arcona 400

    The ARCONA 400 is the most popular boat in the Arcona range since her introduction at the Stockholm Boat Show, where she was she was awarded Boat of the Year. With stunning modern looks, technically advanced construction and performance to die for, she optimises cruising and racing and is easily sailed by a short-handed crew.

    Structurally, Arconas are built to withstand the toughest of sea conditions. At the heart of their build lies a substantial galvanised steel cross frame to which the mast, rigging and keel are firmly attached. This cradle takes all the dynamic loads on the hull, which can consequently be made lighter to improve her performance under sail.

    The hull and decks are made from 20mm thick Divinycell foam, sandwiched between a tough water resistant multi-axial polyester laminate. The bulk heads and interior are laminated to the hull and deck to give additional strength and rigidity.

    Designed for family living despite her racing credentials, This Arcona 400 is the three cabin version – with two large aft cabins, spacious double berths and comfortable forecabin (with optional additional head)

    Below decks the Arcona 400 offers: beautiful Khaya Mahogany varnished to a high satin finish; a high level of interior comfort, a spacious and bright saloon, different cabin layouts, a well-fitted galley, generous chart table, and a heads compartment with a shower and wet-clothes locker.

    In summary she is an all round winner, blending together the seemingly contrasting qualities of enviable speed; ease of handling and total comfort. Indeed the Arcona 400 effectively sums up what the Arcona experience is all about.

    2009 Arcona 400
    Colour: blue
    Number of cabins: 3
    Type of keel: 2.10 Pro

    Optional Extras Fitted:
    Teak deck
    Teak on coach roof
    Teak in cockpit
    Cockpit table
    Andersen 52
    Andersen 44
    Andersen 44
    Hide cover to wheel
    Andersen winch 48
    Gateway in stanchion, SB + Port
    Refrigerator Isotherm 3251 ASU/SP
    Central heating Eberspächer
    Hot water boiler
    Shower at stern platform
    Fabric "Deluxe" extra
    3-blade folding propeller Flexofold
    Bottom treatment with epoxy and antifouling
    High pressure pump for deck-flush
    Extra door in toilet (rain gear)
    TD Carbon/Spectra upgrade
    Cover to mast alcantara
    Andersen winches
    Jib Furling system Furlex
    Fully batten mainsail, extra
    Furling jib cover
    Rod kick with gas spring
    Lazy Jacks
    Back stay tensioner multiblock
    Main sail cover
    Dyform rig sides, extra
    Main and jib halyard spectra
    Raymarine Nav Equipment
    Masthead antenna VHF, FM, GSM
    12 V DC socket in cockpit
    Shore power with breaker
    Battery charger 25 A
    3-colour masthead light
    Extra battery, mounted

    Standard Specifications:
    On the port side, a large U-shaped sofa which converts into double berth. Top cabinet and bookcase. On the starboard side sofa, cupboards and bookcases. Stowage under the berths, drop-leaf table with bottle rack.

    Owners Cabin
    Forepeak with roomy double berth, longitudinal shelves, double hanging closets and wardrobes. Large stowage spaces under berths

    Aft Cabins
    Two very spacious aft cabins with comfortable accommodation for two people in each cabin. Both cabins are equipped with longitudinal shelves, hanging closets and wardrobes. The cabins have separate entrances.

    Navigation Location
    Chart table with space for charts, drawer underneath. Large folding dashboard. Location of instruments and navigation equipment.

    Kitchenette with gas stove / oven, cool box prepared for chillers. Double deep sinks with pressurized water, stainless steel water tank of 260 litre cabinets and drawers with ample space for crockery and kitchenware.

    Fibreglass Module, sink with mixer tap shower, pressure water. Upper and lower cabinets, shower trays drained with teak, marine toilet with holding tank 55 l, toilet paper holder, towel rack and mirror. Wardrobe for sailing clothing.

    Joinery of selected mahogany matt lacquered, Teak Floors, Roofs covered with white vinyl. Cushions covered with upholstery of the highest quality curtains. Bulkheads are laminated to the hull and deck for maximum strength and rigidity.

    Deck and Cockpit
    Deck and cabin roof fitted with substantial slip pattern. Spacious cockpit with wheel steering, sturdy locker for the anchor, sails, etc...
    Cockpit door of smoked acrylic glass, 2 x stainless steel railing on the way down and 2 on the cabin roof, 4 skylights, 2 pc Dorado valves, locker on the foredeck with shelf for gas cylinder, List rails in anodised aluminium with 6 cleats, Double lifelines, The-Pulpit and pushpit in stainless steel, 6pcs scuttles of tempered glass in aluminium frames, 4 x opening portholes to aft cabins, 2pcs winchar Lewmar 48 AST, 2 halyard winches Lewmar 40 A, 12pcs cases shippers and snatch block, 2 genoa tracks with floating blocks, mainsheet track with trotters with line adjust, 2 x 10 "lockable winch handle.

    Rigging and sails
    Mast and boom in anodized aluminium, 9/10-delsrigg, tapered mast with three swept spreaders (backstays not needed), Boom with single line reefs and outhaul inside. All cases and controllers routed to the cockpit. Mainsail, jib and mainsail cover and spray hood.

    3 x 70 AH batteries in ventilated area, start and deep separated Hearty electrical panel with fuses and circuit breakers, voltage and ammeter, 16pcs lighting points, Lanterns, Water and fuel gauges

    The hull is made of sandwich laminates with Divinycell as spacer material. Hand laminated with multiaxial fabrics and high-grade Isopolyester. This, together with strong reinforcement beams and solid laminated shots make the hull very light and stiff. Bottom and keel is massive and heavily reinforced with longitudinal galvanized steel beam connected to the chain plate and the keel bolts. The steel beam will effectively handle all loads from the rig and keel. The hull is white with NPG-based gel coat, which gives high finish, reduces the risk of bubonic plague and pigmentation changes. The hull is equipped with an integrated swim platform with stainless steel swim ladder, 2 cast waterlines and snob stripe in dark blue gelcoat.

    The deck
    Made in the sandwich laminate divinycell as spacer material, solid laminate at all fittings fixings. The deck is made of white NPG gelcoat, with dark blue line on the cabin sides, bolted to the hull and fitted with foot rail of anodized aluminium. Integrated steering pedestal with space for chartplotter.

    Keel bolted to the hull with 12 x 20 mm stainless steel stainless steel bolts.

    The rudder is made of fibreglass with moulded rudder stock of aluminium, 2 self-adjusting bearings.

    Yanmar 3JH5C 39hp, 40 hp, diesel with sail drive, folding propeller in bronze and freshwater cooling, Single lever, stainless steel fuel tank 150 litres, 12V 115A alternator with battery separator.

    General Information

    • Year Built: 2009
    • Hull Material: GRP


    • Length: 39.3 ft
    • Beam: 3.82 meter
    • Length Overall: 11.98 meter
    • Length at Waterline: 10.5 meter
    • Dry Weight: 7109.99 kilogram


    • Number of Engines: 1
    • Engine Model: 3JH4C
    • Fuel Type: Diesel
    • Engine Hours: 320
    • Total Power: 40 hp



    • Heating
    • Steering wheel
    • Vhf
    • Mainsail cover
    • Electric bilge pump
    • Storm jib
    • Log speedometer
    • Battery charger
    • Deep freezer
    • Manual bilge pump
    • Cd player
    • Teak sidedecks
    • Oven
    • Fully battened mainsail
    • Cockpit cushions
    • Wind speed and direction
    • Spray hood
    • Repeater
    • Gps
    • Plotter
    • Lazy bag
    • Depthsounder
    • Shore power inlet
    • Lazyjacks
    • Refrigerator
    • Teak cockpit
    • Navigation center
    • Compass
    • Marine head
    • Hot water
    • Radio
    • Cockpit speakers
    • Cockpit shower
    • Battened mainsail
    • Cockpit table


    The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.