Owner’s version 2 master cabins – each en-suite
Sleeps 6 (including 2 Salon berths) – 2 full heads w/ showers
Large cockpit with twin steering wheels, walk through transom, swim platform, stern arch
Cockpit is fully enclosed for comfort in inclement weather – or can be opened for the ocean breeze
Easy to handle by 1 person, in-mast main furling, genoa furling, electric winch, bow thruster
Large fully equipped Galley and Salon, air conditioning w/ heat
Shallow draft w/bulb keel
Low engine hours
Well equipped with solar and wind generator
This vessel has been lightly used, and is in excellent condition. She has very good sailing characteristics, and is easily handled by one person. Full electronics package, and many options for a safe, comfortable cruiser, day sailor, or live aboard. Contact the listing broker for more information, or to make an appointment to see this exceptional vessel.
Designer – Barrett-Racoupeau
Length……………. 46 ft ………………………14 meters
LOA ……………… 47 ft 3 in ………………. 14.4 meters
LWL …………….. 40 ft ……………………… 12.19 meters
Beam …………… 13 ft 11 in …………....…… 4.24 meters
Draft …………… 5 ft 9 in ( bulb keel) … ........ 1.75 meter
Displacement ............23,290 lbs ……………. 10,564 Kilo
Ballast …….......……. 7,145 lbs …………….. 3,241 kilo…….
Tankage - Fuel 63 gal ( FRP Tank)....................238.48 ltr
Water…. 150 gal FRP ( in 2 tanks) .. 567.8 ltr
Holding. 50 gal FRP……………… 189.27 ltr
Engine: Yanmar 4JHT4 Turbo ( hours ..1500)
This vessel is configured with 2 large en-suite cabins. One forward and one aft.
This owner's version sleeps 6 in two double staterooms, the dinette to port and settee/berth to starboard.
The master stateroom can be forward or aft as both staterooms feature queen berth and en-suite head and shower.
The aft stateroom features a large queen berth athwartships. The interior reflects beautiful hardwood trim and veneered bulkheads. It also contains numerous storage lockers, opening ports and hatches, and a desk or full vanity to Port. The Head and shower have a private access door to this aft stateroom, and also an access door in the Salon, making this also the day head.
Navigation station ( forward facing) is next to starboard with the galley across to port.
The L shaped galley to Portside, with island puts the chef always in the middle of entertaining or sailing. The large saloon is next, forward of the Galley. with U shaped dinette and flat panel TV on main bulkhead, settee with center armrest to starboard.
This owners' version has a private cabin forward of the Salon, with the en-suite head To Port with separate stall shower
Open feeling in the Salon is achieved with larger ports and opening hatches.
Dinette -seats 6 – to Port
Settee – to starbd
Full Nav station
Abundant lighting and storage
Well laid out U-shaped galley to port as you enter from the cockpit. Corian counters with storage lockers over and refrigerator, freezer and gas stove/oven below, hot and cold pressure water, double SS sink. The chef will enjoy great access to crew in saloon or cockpit while cooking with plenty of light and fresh air.
12-volt DC system with house and start batteries, 12-volt circuit panel with voltmeter; 120-volt AC system with circuit breaker panel and shore power cable, 40A converter, batteries x 3, solar panels x 3.
Electronics and navigation equipment
Yanmar 4JHT4-TE turbo diesel engine with shaft drive, ( 1371 hours in 2014 – hour meter read-out intermittent after 2014 – less than 100 hours reported following the clear reading in 2014 estimated current hours <1500)
bronze wheel, raw water sea strainer and engine shut off; manual and automatic bilge pumps; manual fire extinguishers; propane solenoid switch; electric marine heads with holding tank x 2 and macerator pump, manual steering with twin destroyer wheels.
Large cockpit with duel steering wheels allow for easy access around the cockpit, and easy access to the stern swim platform. The cockpit is fully protected by a large Bimini top with integral dodger, and side and aft enclosure with both full Isinglass, and screened openings.
Wide side decks also allow easy access fore and aft, and a Large foredeck provides lots of space for anchoring, handling dock lines, or simply lounging in the sun
The dingy davits are integrated into a custom heavy duty antennae arch of 1 1/2" SS tubing which also supports the solar panels and wind generator. It was built by Beneteau USA.
Anchors; one 30kg Bruce/claw SS, one Fortress FX-37 alum secondary with chain and rode in chain locker, SS stanchions with double lifelines, twin pedestals with leather wrapped SS destroyer wheel, emergency tiller, white hull, swim steps to platform and boarding ladder; walk around side decks, fenders and dock lines, US Coast Guard safety package, life jackets, horseshoe life ring, swim ladder, navigation, cockpit, and deck lights, fin keels and spade rudder.
Cruise equipped with SS wire standing rigging and aluminum mast stepped on deck, in mast mainsail roller furling, Dacron roller furling jib, mainsail and genoa, 4 x 2spd Lewmar winches. Standard cockpit setup with sail controls led aft to the secondary winches; one electric.
Galley utensils, plates, glasses
Owner’s personal effects
Tender and outboard motor negotiable
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