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WAY OF LIFE Yacht for Sale

87' (26.59m)

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Not for sale or charter to U.S. residents while in U.S. waters.


Model MaxZ86
Length (LOA) 87' (26.59m)
Year 2003
Beam 15' (4.74m)
Location Slovenia


Staterooms 1
Sleeps 15
Heads 1

Dimensions & Capacity

LOA 87' (26.59m)
LWL 79' (23.98m)
Min Draft 8' (2.2m)
Fuel Tank 159 g (600 L)
Displacement 21,495


Hull Material Carbon Composite
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Other Machinery

  • The engine room is tidy; hydraulic and other rubber pipes are properly protected and fixed.
  • PTO can use all positions like grind, but for rating current owners use grind.


  • The vessel is intended for competitions and therefore the interior is not too luxurious, but comfortable.
  • Bunk beds are available for the crew and bathrooms are of minimal size.
  • The navigation room is located on the stern and features all devices for controlling the installed systems.
  • The port middle part of the vessel has space for storing items of sailing equipment.

Navigation Equipment

  • B&G navigation equipment; protected by covers.
  • Cobra Marine communications equipment.

Deck Equipment


  • 11 x Harken deck winches.
  • Sail winches are hydraulically operated; manual hydraulic pumps are located on the stern and in the middle of the vessel.

Rigs & Sails


  • Hall spars carbon mast and boom package is installed on WOL; mast: 134’6” / 41m - fixed in the vessel's bilge.
  • 5-spreader configuration, with masthead rigging.
  • Updated fixed bowsprit with twin tack lines and 2:1 arrangements.
  • Completely new standing rigging installed in 2019.
  • The new PBO standing rigging, despite having an increased safety factor compared to the previous rigging, is also lighter, obtaining a saving on the overall weight of about 6%.
  • The new system weighs totally about 72 kg, compared to about 78 kg in the previous one, with a saving of more than 5 kg in weight.
  • This is a significant value for a mast of this size, considering also an improvement in the performance of the whole system. The finish of the cables is totally in Black Dyneema®.
  • In addition to rigging, the supply also involved new Loops in Dyneema® to connect Runners, Checkstays and Backstays to the mast and other deck equipment, some Lock Strops and part of the running rigging.
  • Runners replaced in 2019 – along with the standing rigging.
  • Harken deck hardware throughout the majority of the sail handling systems.
  • 4 x Harken grinding pedestals, with carbon shafts primarily and multiple gearboxes below decks, linking primary winches, mainsheet winches and runner winches.

Capri Race Inventory

  • Mainsail, 3Di, M-7.    
  • Jib, 3Di, L1-4.    
  • Jib, 3Di, M1-4.    
  • Jib, 3Di, H1-4.    
  • Jib, 3Di, J4-5.    
  • Genoa Staysail, 3DL, GS-1.    
  • Spinnaker Staysail, 3DL, SS-1.    
  • FR0, 3DL, FR0.    
  • MH0, Doyle, MH0-1, 2019 Sail/440m.
  • A1, CN, A1, Bricked.
  • A1.5, Nylon, A1.5.    
  • A1.5, Nylon/Poly, A1.5-1, 2019 Sail/580m.
  • A2, CN, A2, Bricked.
  • A2, Nylon/Poly,    A2-1, 2019, Sail/587m.
  • A3, CN,    A3, Bricked.
  • A4, Polyester, A4.    

Capri Storm Sails

  • Storm Trysail, Spectra, Trysail.
  • Storm Jib, Spectra, SJ.

Capri Back Up Inventory

  • Mainsail, 3DL, M-6.
  • Jib, 3DL, J4-3, Bricked.

Sails Left in Container

  • Main, 3DL, M??, 2007 Sail.
  • Main, 3DL, M??.
  • Jib, 3DL, JI-3, Poor condition, has delam.
  • Jib, 3DL, Med.    
  • Jib, 3DL, Med-5.
  • Jib, 3DL, H-3, Looks unused but has delam.
  • Jib Top, 3DL, JT.    
  • A0, 3DL, A0, 2013 Sail.
  • A1, CN,    A1-1, Standard Sail.
  • A2, Nylon, A2-4.
  • A2, Nylon, A2-6.
  • A4, Nylon or Poly, A4-3.    

Refit History

Keel Service
January – July 2021:

  • Torque checked all the keel bolts inside the boat.
  • Top keel cover was opened.
  • Complete check of all the keel seals.
  • Keel position sensor was replaced.

Engine Service
August 2021:

  • Complete service of the engine (oil, filters, belts, zincs...).
  • Fuel tank and complete system was cleaned and checked.
  • New water pump.
  • New alternator bracket and pulley.

October 2021:

  • Changed all exhaust pipes and new exhaust muffler.

Hydraulic Service
August 2021:

  • All the hydraulic rams except the canting keel rams and the propeller shaft up and down ram were taken out of the boat. 
  • The rams that were taken out underwent a full service with new seals, ram polishing and filled with new CO2 for the return.
  • Keel rams were checked inside the boat and some of the valve and plugs sealings were changed because of small leaks.
  • All the pipes and connections were checked for leaks.
  • Complete service and tuning of the Navtec valves that are fitted on deck.
  • Complete and thorough test of all components when the boat was in the water.

October 2021:

  • New sealings on the emergency Navtec pump that is connected to the grinders driveshaft

August 2021:

  • New PLC for the fwd rudder.
  • New position sensor on the aft rudder.
  • New stern light.
  • New batteries.
  • New and updated program on the main PLC.

October 2021:

  • New deck and steaming light.
  • Two additional bilge pumps were mounted forward of the mast.
  • All new button pannels on deck for the keel, rudder and engine controls.

March – May 2022:

  • New B&G processor.
  • Replacement of damaged B&G cables.
  • New connectors on the B&G masthead unit.
  • New bilge sensors in the keel and engine compartments.
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