PAN | 1988 Custom Pastorale 60

Carriacou, GD


Marc Pinta Pastorale 60 for sale in Carriacou, Grenada. Built in France in 1988 by the renowned builder Chantier Marc Pinta, the Pastorale is a highly impressive performance cruiser that offers both comfort and speed. It is not uncommon to see 240nm days on 'Pan'. With superior construction that uses only the finest materials and techniques, and with the first owner's pursuit of excellence, there is no doubt that this vessel is exceptionally well-founded.

The current owner, who has been in the marine industry for 40 years as a captain of large high-end sailing vessels and as a project manager and consultant for construction and refits, has owned Pan for five years. During this time, the owner has meticulously inspected every inch of the boat to ensure that all systems are functioning at their peak. The vessel's wiring is high-quality military spec, sea cocks are recent Marelon, the bilges are dry, and there is a workshop/technical room filled with tools of all kinds and numerous spares.

The boat features a spacious galley and salon area, multiple fridges and freezers, 1200W solar array, wind charger, recent Lifeline batteries, water maker, multiple inverters, 3kW DC alternator, furling screecher, electro-hydraulic winches, recent composite hardtop, dual complete B&G autopilots, and much more.

Despite the owner's preference for functionality and easy access to all systems, the original Ash joinery has aged remarkably well, a testament not only to the owner's care, but also to the skilled artisans who built the vessel. The previous vinyl liners have been removed in some areas, and the GRP surfaces have been Awlgripped, with wiring neatly encased in wiring sleeves. The result is a pleasing mix of warm wood surfaces and functional simplicity.

This vessel is a strong, light, fast, and comfortable long-distance cruiser that embodies quality. It is an excellent option for those looking for a serious voyager with a great turn of speed.


  • Length: 60ft
  • Beam: 34' 3"
  • Draft: 4' 9"
  • Year: 1988
  • Hull: Composite
  • Speed: 8
  • Status: Active

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  • Length Overall: 57 ft
  • Max Draft: 4' 9"
  • Beam Measure: 34' 3"


  • Total Power: 80
  • Engine Brand: Lombardini
  • Engine Model: LDW 1404
  • Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Engine Hours: 1400
  • Engine Power: 40 hp

  • Total Power: 80
  • Engine Brand: Lombardini
  • Engine Model: LDW 1404
  • Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Engine Hours: 1975
  • Engine Power: 40 hp


  • Fresh Water Tanks: 1 (195 Gallons)
  • Fuel Tanks: 1 (195 Gallons)


  • Number of cabins: 3
  • Number of heads: 2


Interior Layout and Amenities

Owner version: yes
Cabins: 3 (2 x queen and 1 x double)
Total berths: 6
Interior finish: Awlgrip light cream paint & quality Ash wood joinery throughout
Salon couch and fabric: L-shape settee, Sunbrella covered
Salon table: Wood, 2 section’s with stainless steel hydraulically adjustable base
Head and showers: 2 x 24v electric Tecma toilets (2014) & 2 separate shower stalls
Cabinets: various
Hanging lockers: various
Navigation station: Very spacious, with all the instruments easy to reach and service. From left: B&G 3000, B&G Hydra2, Horizon VHF & AIS, Echomax ActiveBand radar detector, flexible LED lights – double colour, 24V & 12V panel switches, Xantrex battery monitor, Bilge alarm – acoustic & visual for 9 compartments, 4 converters – 24v to 12V, Mac computer & HD screen with cartography, Lowrance fish finder, Furuno radar, Iridium sat phone, Pyle radio & CD, Tank Tender, Pro Sine remote control for inverter, space for charts under the table.
Interior lighting: 24V LED & fluorescent
Water maker type and size: SeaRecovery engine driven 55gal/hr – 208L/hr
Hot water heater brand and size: Isotemp AC240V & engine heated 20gal/75L with digital thermometer (2015)
Cabin fan type and number: 4 x Caframo Bora 3 speed


GPS type, model and size: Garmin & B&G GPS12
Depth sounder model and size: B&G Hydra 2000 & B&G 3000 & Lowrance X-50 fish finder
Wind instruments: B&G Hydra 2000 & B&G 3000 with dual independent masthead units
Autopilot size and brand: 2 completely independent systems – B&G Hydra & B&G 3000, each with their own B&G hydraulic systems
VHF Radio: Standard Horizon Matrix AIS GX2100 with remote at helm
Handheld VHF: Icom IC-M71
Satellite phone system: Iridium Extreme with exterior antenna
Single Side Band Radio: Icom IC-R72 + JRC Jax-9 WeatherFaxReceiver
Radar: Furuno
Chart plotter: MacEnc on MacMini & Mac 23” HD screen, at nav station – easily viewable through opening port light at helm station
Compass: B&G

Mechanical & Electrical

Solar panels: 6 x ShellSolar 200W, total 1200W
Outback Power Systems solar MPPT controller
Batteries: AGM Lifeline 24V, 510Ah battery bank (2017)
Wind Generator: Airbreeze 24V (2015) with carbon fiber blades
Generator: ENAG DC double belt driven 3Kw, on starbord engine 24V/110Ah
Generator hours: Less then 500
Shore power: 30M cable on automatic retriever under deck
Charger system type: Guest ChargePro 10A/12V 2-bank for engine’s batteries, NewMar PT-24-40 automatic 110V/240V with remote and temp sensors on house batteries
Alternator size: 2 x original Lombardini 12V + 1 spare
Electrical sockets: 18 x AC 240V, 15 x AC 110V, 6 x DC 12V and 4 x DC 24V
Inverters: ProSine 1000W/24V/110V on remote, Sinergex PureSine2 3000W/24V/240V on remote (2014), Victron Phoenix 24/800 Sine Wave, Mastervolt MASS 24V/4500W modified sinewave on remote
Battery monitor system: Xantrex


Refrigerator: Dometic CoolFreeze 80L, 2 x NovaCool (100L & 122L) 12V-24V (2014)
Freezer: NovaCool 100L 12V-24V (2014)
Sink: SS double with mixer and Seagull-5 water charcoal filter
Stove: 4 Plate Thermor Electric Convection AC 240v (2017)
Oven: Severin MW7848 240V Microwave & Ventilated Convention+Grill (2015)
Type of counter tops: Formica

Sails and Rig

Mainsail: Fully battened Incidence Hydranetstill in decent shape
Jib: Self-tacking Doyle dacron (2012), on Gojot furler, to hydraulic winch
Spinnaker symmetrical: 1 x Banks
Screecher: North Sails Codeon Facnor FX4500 furling system
Mast type and height: Marechal aluminium 7/8 fractional, 23,57m

On Deck

Winches: Lewmar hydraulic ST (2 x cockpit winches and 1 x foredeck winch) powered by Commander20 24V, Halyard 50, 2 x Primary 56 Manual ST, 4 x Halyards 46, 2 x Runners 50, 2 x Main 52
Deck cleats: 6 x Goiot
Dinghy: Highfield Aluminium/Hypalon 310 RIB (2016) with cover
Dinghy engine: Yamaha Enduro 15hp (2016)
Cockpit seating and table: 4 x folding benches + folding table
Cockpit cushions: 3 x close cell – Sunbrella covered
BBQ type: Charcoal
Deck shower type: Ghohe mixer
Bimini: Composite cored hardtop, mounted to sturdy aluminium structure
Traveler: Lewmar
Standing rigging: Replaced inx19 – 14mm & 12mm, on Norseman plus toggles & Dyform forestay and diamond spreader
Running rigging: Vectran & Dyneema on Lewmar blocks (2016)
Integral Lazy Jacks: Dyneema on Antal stoppers
Standard sail cover: Yes
Batten car system: Harken on Antal
Primary anchor: Custom 200lb, galvanised in 2016
Primary anchor chain and rode: Stainless steel 100m
Secondary anchor: CQR 90lb, galvanised in 2016
Secondary anchor chain and rode: SS 20m plus rode 100m
Windlass: Lewmar 3000 24V – new gearbox & electric motor – 2000W in 2017
Trampoline: Dyneema net
Bumpers: yes
Dock lines: ample
Davits: Block & tackle off aluminium structure for panels
Large aft trampoline for storing dinghy whilst underway, or for relaxation in the shade of the large solar array
Topsides newly Awlgripped in 2015
Anti-skid redone in 2013

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.


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