The history: Boat built in 1938 in New Zealand by the 'Bailey and Sons'shipyard. One of the most prestigious and famous Hard Kaoriboat builder sites of this time. Baptized under the name of TE RAUPARAHA who is no more no less than one of the greatest Maori warlords in history and also author of the famous HAKA Ka Mate which can be admired among the All Blacks! He then left for World War II under the name Q07! It will then defend the Kiwi coast with a crew of ten soldiers on board. The Samara was then sent to New Caledonia in the years 1980/1990 to ensure the transport of passengers between Nouméa and the Amédée Lighthouse. Previous owner fell under its unique charm and its breathtaking history. The New Zealand Government wanted to classify the boat as a historic heritage if it returned to New Zealand. It is a boat entirely manufactured and hand-rebuilt in the rules of the art. Its main structure in Hard Kaori makes this boat a light boat while being unerringly robust. A stratification of the hull made over more than a year and a complete refit that lasted more than 3 years. The people who worked for his new life are known in the square and in the community, without forgetting the invaluable help of the companions of France. It measures 19m50, width 4m, 2x300hp Cummins engine (750 hours), 1000L of fuel, 1000L of fresh water, high-end indoor and outdoor sound equipment, latest generation Raymarine navigation equipment, 3 double beds, an Italian bathroom, a living room with kitchen, dressing room, laundry room, electrical cabinet, engine room, everything is air-conditioned in inverter (heating too), solid wood floor and structure hand-worked, kitchen equipped with modern equipment (induction, oven, dishwasher, machine ice cube etc ...), 2 JABSCO deluxe electric toilets, hot water over 150 liters, outdoor shower, floor entirely in 2nd generation flexiteek, solar panel (self-sufficient boat).