This Boat is Off Market

  • Off Market
  • $284,900
  • Sail / Cruisers
  • Wauquiez / Centurion 45s
  • 2005 / Used
  • 45' / 13'8"
  • 2005 Yanmar 4JH3-TE-98
  • 75 hp
  • 645 hrs

Cruisers 2005 Wauquiez Centurion 45s listed by Edwards Yacht Sales (Off Market)

  • Last advertised price $284,900
  • Powered by single Yanmar 4JH3-TE-98 / 75 hp / 645 hrs
  • Off Market since Feb 16th 2015

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"Lagniappe" is a fine example of a well-cared for Wauquiez (pronounced vokey-ay). T his French built yacht must be considered by anyone wanting a top quality built vessel, capable of long off shore passages with a short handed crew. Combine g reat economics to operate maintain plus stunning style under sail or docked, this vessel makes for a proud owner.

Lagniappe has been hauled every year since new for inspection and bottom paint. The Dodger Bimini, Raymarine electronics, foresails and much more have been replaced since 2012.

The only thing a new owner needs to do is provision and GO!

Why wait? Make an appointment to see Lagniappe today ...
Boat Name

Builder: Wauquiez
Designer: Berret/Racoupeau
Flag of Registry: United States

Engine 1:
Engine Brand: Yanmar
Engine Model: 4JH3-TE-98
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 645
Drive Type: Sail drive
Engine Power: 75 HP


  –  L.O.A.: 14,00 m / 45'11"

  –  L.W.L.: 12,28 m / 40'3''
  –  Beam: 4,16 m / 13'8''

  –  Shoal Draft: 1,95 m / 6'5''
  –  Displacement: 10,5 t / 23148 lbs approx.

  –  Bridge Clearance: 20,11 m / 66' (Includes VHF Antenna)

  –  Diesel, 1 Tank, 235 L / 62 US gal. approx.

  –  Propane Tank(s): 2 , 9.6 lb each

  –  Fresh Water: 2 Tanks, 500 L / 132 US gal. approx.

  –  Holding : 1 Tank


  –  Yanmar Turbo Diesel, 75 HP, Model 4JH3-TE-98

  –  Hours: 645 (Approx)
  –  Fuel Filter(s): Racor water/fuel separator
  –  Sail-drive
  –  Propeller: 3-Blade, Max-Prop


Lagniappe - is "a little something extra" . The beautiful open layout is designed for comfortable living while cruising or at anchor. Upon entering the main cabin from the companionway you are wrapped in a golden-hued Burmese teak interior. Satin-finished teak-and-holly flooring flows through-out. Aft are twin cabins with double beds, hanging lockers, big side lockers and side shelves, with more storage behind the motor. The L-Shaped Galley is to starboard with all the right appointments - S/S Double Sink, ENO Propane Range, Fridge Freezer and plenty of room for provisions. Forward of the galley is the Nav Station with two built-in seats. To port, across from the galley is t he guest's head which doubles as the day-head when sailing . Just forward is the settee with comfortable seating for six. Forward, thru an arched door is the owners stateroom with en-suite head. Includes a built in seat, hanging locker and generous storage.

Interior is Open and Inviting!

  –  3 Staterooms
  –  2 Heads
  –  L-Shaped Galley to Stbd
  –  Large Settee to Port

  –  Upholstery: Light Tan Alcantara (Man-made Suede) Upholstery

  –  Nav Station to Stbd

  –  A/C, 2 - Wabasto Marine Comfort FCF Series
9,000 BTU, Located in the Main Salon 12,000 BTU, Located in the Stbd Aft Berth
  –  Ports: Opening 6 Each w/Shades
  –  Hatches, 10 Each w/Sun Shade and Screen


  –  L-Shaped, Stbd Side
  –  Corian Counter
  –  Sink: Double Stainless
  –  Stove/Oven: ENO, 2-Burner, Gimbaled, Propane w/Serving Tray Cover

  –  Refrigeration: Freezer/Top Load and Refrigerator, Coolmatic RPD-0080E, 12V/24V
  –  Generous storage and counter space
  –  Wauquiez embossed plates and cups

Navigation/ Electronics

  –  Chart plotter/Radar, Digital: Raymarine C120w (2012) Located at Nav Station

  –  Charts: U.S. and Mediterranean
  –  Radar Antenna, Digital, Raymarine (2012)
  –  VHF Fixed: ICOM, IC-M402
  –  VHF Handheld: 2 - Cobra MR HH325 Standard Horizon HX290
  –  AIS500 Class B (Receive Transmit) Transceiver: Raymarine (2012)
  –  Wind Instrument: Raymarine ST60
  –  Tridata, Depth/Speed/Log: Raymarine ST60
  –  Autopilot: Raymarine ST6001
  –  Magnetic Compass: Plastimo Horizon 135
  –  Stereo: VDO, CR 721 X
  –  Satellite Radio Receiver: Delphi, XM SKYFi 2
  –  CD Changer: VDO 6-Disc, CDC601A
  –  Speakers:Cockpit 2 Maxima Marine, Salon 2 Pioneer

  –  Clock Barometer: Weems Plath

Sails, Mast, Rigging, Winches

  –  Sail Inventory: Storm Jib, ATN (2012), Trysail, North (2012), Gennaker (Custom Made), North (2012), Main Sail, Good Condition
  –  Mainsail Lazy Bag (Custom Made) Veleria Montefusco Sail Loft (2013)

  –  Mast: Aluminum, Keel Step w/Triple Spreaders, Sparcraft

  –  Jib Furler: Facnor Custom

  –  Boom Vang: Rigid, Sparcraft

  –  Hydraulic Backstay Adjuster, Navtec (Split Backstay)
  –  Harken Deck Gear - Traveler, blocks etc..
  –  Running Rigging: Good Condition
  –  Winches: Andersen 2-Speed, Self-Tailing - 6 Total. Cockpit Port 1 - #58, 1 - #52. Cockpit Stbd 1 #58, 1 #52, Coach-house Port 1 #46, 1 #46 (Electric)

Cockpit Deck Hardware

  –  Wheel, Jefa 1700mm / 67" Leather-Bound

  –  Dodger (Spray-hood) Bimini (2012)

  –  Canopy (2012)
  –  Cockpit Table, Teak, Folding
  –  Cockpit Storage Compartment, Under Port Starboard Seating

  –  Rope Locker at the foot of the companionway and coach-house winches
  –  Deck Toe Rail: Teak
  –  Lifelines: Double S/S

  –  Port and Starboard Gates
  –  Stanchions: Stainless Steel
  –  Transom, C an be folded out to create a Stepped Boarding Paserelle . Perfect for Med-Mooring and as a Swim Platform.

  –  Cockpit Shower, Hot/Cold Water
  –  Outboard Motor Bracket, Edson


  –  Distribution Panel: A/C D/C

  –  Batteries: 3 Total.180 Amp/Each, Wet Cell

  –  Alternator, 60 Amp (2012)

  –  Charger: Cristec, Model CPS600, 12V/50 Amp

  –  Wind Generator: Eclectic Energy D400 w/ Diversion Load/Resistor Bank
  –  Interior Lighting: Halogen

  –  Cabin Fans


  –  Hot Cold Pressurized water
  –  Water Heater: 40 L / 10 Gal, Quick Nautic Boiler, 110/1200W

  –  Toilet(s): 2 - Jabsco Manual

  –  Shower: 2 - Plus 1 Cockpit

Ground Tackle

  –  Windlass: Quick High Performance, 12V
  –  Windlass Remote Control: Raymarine (2014)
  –  Anchor: 1 - 44 lb CQR w/Approx. 20' Chain 200'+ Nylon Rode

Safety Additional Items

  –  Life-raft: Revere Coastal Commander, 6 Person, Next Inspection 10/14 (2012) Located in deck locker behind steering pedestal

  –  Bilge Pump: Manual Electric
  –  EPIRB: ACR Globalfix IPRO, 406 MHz (2012)
  –  Man Overboard Pole: Jim-Buoy
  –  Drogue, Para-tech (2012)
  –  Sea Anchor, Para-tech (2012)
  –  300 foot Rode for Drogue or Sea Anchor (2012)
  –  Misc. Spares and Manuals

Upgrades Maintenance

  –  Raymarine Remote Control Installed for Anchor Windlass (2014)

  –  Lazy Bag, Custom Made, Montefusco Sail Loft ( 2013 )
  –  Canvas Bimini, Dodger (Spray-Hood) and Canopy ( 2012)

  –  Digital Chart Plotter, Raymarine C120w (Old analog plotter conveys) (2012)

  –  Digital Radar, Raymarine (2012)

  –  Class B AIS Transceiver, Raymarine 500 (2012)

  –  Alternator, 60 Amp (2012)
  –  Separate Storm Track Installed, J.Gordon, Annapolis, Md. (2012)

  –  North Sail Try-sail (Storm Sail) (2012)

  –  North Sail Gennaker, Custom made (2012)

  –  ATN Storm Jib (2012)

  –  Revere 6 Man Life-raft (2012)

  –  EPIRB (2012)

  –  Wind Generator, D400, Resistance Load and S/S Mast, professionally installed, J. Gordon, Annapolis, Md. (2012)

  –  Drogue, Para-tech (2012)

  –  Sea Anchor, Para-tech (2012)

  –  300 foot Rode for Drogue or Sea Anchor (2012)

  –  New House and Start Batteries ( 2011)
  –  Lagniappe has been hauled annually, since new. Generally from Nov through late April/Early May. Records available. Bottom paint every year , last paint April/May 2014, Caporais Shipyard, Gallipoli, Italy


GRP and balsa sandwich hull construction, using the infusion process for an optimum fiber / resin ratio. Protection from osmosis with vinyl-ester resins for the external layers of the sandwich. The hull incorporates a one piece floors stringers structure. The main floors are glassed to the hull in the keel attachment area for extra strength. Bulkheads are glassed and / or bonded to the hull and deck for added stiffness. GRP, resin balsa sandwich deck construction. Hull to deck joint via polyurethane adhesive and mechanical fastening. Lead keel with stainless steel bolts.

Broker Comments

Lagniappe has received above average care with recent upgrades! Seller has enjoyed sailing the Mediterranean and beyond. The wind generator has been more than adequate for the electrical needs of the seller - whether on the hook or at the dock. Included is a newer electronics package, dodger, bimini, sails and more. If your dream is to cruise during extended weekends or longer in comfort and style, Lagniappe is for you.

Offers are Welcome - It is Time to Go Sailing!

*Owners personal items are excluded from the sale.

**Owners inflatable dingy outboard are negotiable - separate from the sale of Lagniappe.

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