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Beneteau First 405

€61.993 Prezzo quotato US$69.500

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Marca Beneteau
Modello First 405
Anno 1986
Stato Usato
Prezzo US$69.500
Tipo Vela
Classe Crociera
Lunghezza 12.19 m
Tipo di carburante Diesel
Materiale scafo Vetroresina
Ubicazione Portsmouth, Rhode Island, Stati Uniti
Lunghezza totale 12.4 m
Baglio 3.94 m
Pescaggio massimo 1.7 m
Dislocamento 18480 lb
Zavorra 7694 lb
{Engine} Marca Perkins
{Engine} Modello 4.108
Tipo di carburante Diesel
Motore 40 hp
Tipo di trasmissione Direct Drive
Posizione motore enums.engine-location.center
Propeller Material 2 Lame
Materiale elica Bronzo
Ore di motore 1810
Designer Jean Berret
Locale WC /bagni 2
Serbatoio carburante 30 gal
Serbatoio acqua 130 gal
Serbatoio acque nere 2 x 12 gal
Mulinello Mulinello elettrico

Descrizione

Equipped for Blue Water Cruising - Very Attractive Price Given Outfit

Home ported in Portsmouth RI, this 40 foot sailing vessel has been extensively upgraded with numerous features and systems for extended cruising. Built at a time when robust construction of sailboats was common, this boat has been customized for blue water voyaging with a broad range of safety gear. Ideal for those sailors wanting to explore the wider world of serious cruising or to head south for the winter - JAMAR is a perfect solution at reasonable cost. Meticulously maintained, it includes tools, an extensive inventory of spare parts, charts, guide books, and a full stock of cruising gear.

Important Features

  • 40 ft. epoxy barrier coated fibreglass hull
  • Shoal keel 5 ft. 7 in.
  • Dual anchors on bow and vertical windlass
  • Isomat aluminum mast and boom
  • Heavy duty upgraded standing rigging on three spreaders
  • Avon RB3.11 10.5 ft. Inflatable dinghy and 5 hp outboard motor
  • Dodger, bimini and connector over cockpit
  • Aft cockpit frame for solar panels, wind generator and antennas
  • Liferaft
  • Wind vane steering
  • Electronic autopilot
  • Perkins 45 shp diesel with feathering MaxProp

Standing Rigging

*  Denotes modified or added equipment

  • Three spreader configuration approx 59 ft* - All wire rope replaced with higher gage
  • Harkin furler adjustable from cockpit
  • Inner forestay stowable* - Added for storm sail in cutter configuration
  • Baby stay
  • Secondary lower shrouds* - Added for backup redundancy
  • Dual back stay/mechanical adjustment* - HF antenna incorporated
  • Spinnaker pole mount on mast* - To clear decks

Running Rigging

*  Denotes modified or added equipment

  • Running backstays
  • Up to twelve cockpit control lines* - Increased from 8 with all new line clutches
  • Two primary Lewmar 55 winches; two secondary Lewmar 46 winches, four coach roof Lewmar 40 winches; one mast mount Lewmar 16 winch
  • Three reefing lines in mainsail* - Increased from two
  • Boom vang & main sheet traveller system in cockpit
  • Genoa car adjusters in cockpit
  • Gybe preventer system* - Added to improve safety
  • Bosun’s Chair* - To access mast gear; folding aluminum steps also added to parts of mast
  • Lazy Jacks* - Replaced with new line and fittings 2016

Sails

*  Denotes modified or added equipment

  • Four batten main sail 360 sq. ft. Wilson and Silsby
  • 150% Genoa 602 sq. ft. Wilson and Silsby
  • Spinnaker 1227 sq. ft. with turtle head sock and deployment bag
  • Storm jib 80 sq. ft. North Sails* - Added for new inner forestay

Deck and Safety Gear

*  Denotes modified or added equipment

  • Dual Anchor rollers* - Replaced with redesigned rollers capable of handling two full anchors
  • Bow chocks* - Replaced with Sparton chocks with locking pins
  • Maxwell VWC2200 vertical windlass* - Added for anchor handling; rotates into locker for a clean deck
  • Bruce anchor (44 lb) on 190 ft. chain rode* - Added for soft seabeds; rode replaced 2018
  • CQR anchor (35 lb) on 150 ft. rope rode and 21 ft. chain
  • Snubbers for both anchors* - Added to properly secure rode
  • Anchor marker line and float* 
  • Galerider drogue* - Added for security in high winds
  • Parachute sea anchor* - Added for security in extreme conditions
  • 400 ft rode for use with gale rider drogue and parachute sea anchor
  • Spare Danforth anchor and rode* - Stowed for use as auxiliary second anchor
  • Storm covers for all hatches and ports* - Added for backup in offshore passages
  • Sun shades for hatches and ports* - Protection in extended layovers
  • Rain shields for ports* - Added to improve air circulation
  • Hatch locks* - Added to improve security
  • Wind scoop for sliding hatch* - Added comfort by aiding air flow at anchor
  • Jack lines and tethers for offshore passages* - Added for personnel safety
  • Padeyes in cockpit* - Added for Jack Lines and/or wheel tethers
  • Deck dinghy stowage frame* - Secure stowage in offshore
  • Cockpit compass* - Added back-up compass in aft cabin
  • Folding teak cockpit table
  • Block and tackle and lifting sling for outboard motor stowage on aft port rail*
  • MOB pole and horseshoe on aft rail
  • Lifesling on aft rail for personnel retrieval* - Added for personnel rescue
  • Block and tackle for boom mount* - Added for personnel retrieval from water
  • Dodger* – new 2016
  • Bimini* – new 2016
  • Cockpit connector panel* - sun and rain protection
  • Cockpit side canvas panels* - rain protection
  • Datamarine wind, depth and knotmeter with log panel
  • Manual depth sounding line* Added for backup
  • Goiot chain drive steering system
  • Divers knife* - Attached to pedestal for emergency line cutting
  • Emergency tools kept in nav station locker; axe and heavy wire cutters*
  • Manual bilge pump in cockpit
  • Emergency tiller - Stored in port locker
  • Monitor wind vane and emergency rudder* - Added for wind relative mechanical steering and rudder backup
  • DBC 6 person liferaft deployable from stern mount*
  • Collision Mat* - For stemming inflow from hull breach; port locker
  • Propane locker and spare 10 lb aluminum bottle
  • Propane BBQ demountable*
  • Heavy duty aft cockpit structure* - Added for two solar panels (110 watts, wind generator, GPS antenna, TV reception antenna and block and tackle for outboard motor
  • HF antenna* - Incorporated into backstay
  • Swim ladder* - Added for access to water and dinghy
  • Dinghy paddles, air pump and grapnel anchor*
  • Two fishing rods* - Heavy and light plus rod holder
  • Collection of fishing gear and lures*
  • Two boat hooks*
  • Cleaning supplies*
  • Engine supplies
  • Spare lifejackets*
  • Extensive tools and spares*
  • Portable Solar hot water heater* - Added wash down function
  • Air horn*
  • Ship’s bell* - Added for fog conditions
  • Rain goggles 2 pr* - For visibility in extreme conditions
  • Throw line* - MOB rescue
  • Docking lines and fenders, both sides
  • Nav lights at deck level switchable with Tri-color masthead light* - Added for improved visibility offshore
  • Anchor light at masthead* - Improved visibility in anchorages
  • Steaming light and foredeck light
  • Deck flood lights*  - Added for security and night time illumination
  • Two powerful handheld spotlights*
  • Radar reflector mounted on mast
  • HF radio hull mounted ground plate
  • Four floating cockpit cushions
  • Fitted cockpit cushions – port, starboard and stern 
  • Tapered pine plugs tethered to each seacock
  • Two winch handles
  • 5 gal Jerry cans: 3 diesel and 1 gas
  • Extension Ladder: for access in winter storage

Interior Gear and Additional Safety Gear

*  Denotes modified or added equipment

  • Amptech 125 Amp S125Se alternator* - Upgraded for higher output
  • House battery 450 amp-hrs lead acid* - Upgraded in capacity; four six volt series parallel
  • Starter battery 100 amp-hrs, CCA 670 amps lead acid* - Upgraded
  • Ample Power Energy Monitor/Controller* - Added for monitoring battery performance
  • Switchable 240/120 VAC input transformer* - Accommodates power supplies in foreign ports
  • Victron Energy AC/DC battery charger and inverter* - 80 amp charger and 2 KVA inverter
  • Expanded 36 circuit breaker DC panel at nav station* - Redesigned and custom built to accommodate additional functions and spare circuits
  • 6 AC outlets and 5 12VDC outlets* - Expanded for better access
  • Battery charger for electronics* - cell, tablet, laptop; AC output
  • Four main cabin LED lights* - Brighter with less current drain; 2 position dimming
  • Four LED salon reading lights* - Lower current drain; brighter
  • Two LED galley lights* - Better illumination
  • Fans in forward berth, main, galley and aft cabins*
  • Two heads, fore and aft, cold and hot water, showers and manual toilets*
  • Two holding tanks and discharge pumps* - Added pumps for offshore discharge; deck ports for shore discharge
  • Three fresh water tanks* - 130 gal total capacity; overhauled and repainted with Brewcoat
  • Fresh water pump and transfer system* - Tank selection and transfer valves redesigned and upgraded
  • 8 gal hot water heater, 120VAC and engine coolant loop
  • Two electrical bilge pumps* - Replaced and expanded
  • One manual bilge pump in aft cabin* - Added to supplement manual cockpit bilge pump
  • Deck wash pump* - Added; can feed either salt or fresh water; useful for de-anchoring
  • VHF marine radio
  • Walkie Talkies* - For personal shore use
  • Portable battery rechargers* - For small battery reuse
  • SSB HF radio and antenna tuning unit* - Added for long distance comms and sailmail
  • Furuno color marine radar*
  • Garmin GPS chartplotter*
  • Alpha 4404 direct drive Autopilot
  • AM/FM radio and dual speakers
  • Security system on companionway door*
  • Refrigerator with dual circuit holding plate* - Redesigned for larger capacity and increased insulation
  • Dual engine and electrical compressors* - Replaced engine compressor and added smaller electrical Polar 1000 system for backup and efficiency
  • Gimballed two burner propane stove and oven with propane solenoid switch
  • Microwave oven 900 watts*
  • Dual galley stainless steel sink with salt and fresh water selection and pump for refrigerator drainage
  • Extensive cooking pots and utensils
  • Electric mixers
  • Portable vacuum cleaner*
  • Smoke detector*
  • Fire Extinguishers* - ABC five units
  • First Aid supplies* - Essential remote location supplies
  • EPIRBs 121.5 Mhz and 406 Mhz (batteries require replacement)*
  • Flares*
  • Heavy duty wire cutter and axe* - Added for emergencies
  • Charts* - US east coast, Bahamas, Turks and Caicos, Bermuda
  • Books on sailing and maintenance*
  • Guide books*
  • Manuals and data sheets* - Stored for reference and training
  • Medical First Aid books*
  • Cook books*
  • Lee cloths for cabins and salon* - For heavy weather
  • Sailrite sewing machine* - For use anywhere; driven by inverter
  • Extensive sewing supplies and Sail Repair Kit*
  • Insect screens on all ports and hatches
  • Barometer
  • Ships clock
  • Foul weather gear
  • Lifejackets

Dinghy

*  Denotes modified or added equipment

  • Avon RB 3.11 10.5 ft. Inflatable* - Large enough for four persons
  • Nissan 5 hp 2 cycle outboard motor* - Reliable and economical
  • Dual tow lines* - Backup to prevent loss in heavy seas
  • Dinghy paddles, air pump, bailer and grapnel anchor*
  • Stainless steel lines for dinghy tie-up* - Added for security

Disclaimer

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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Latitude Yacht Brokerage, LLC

45 Elm Street
Newport, RI, 02840
Stati Uniti
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