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- Engine/Fuel Type:
- Single / diesel
- Located In:
- North Argyll, Argyll & Bute, United Kingdom
- Hull Material:
- Current Price:
- £ 28,500 (US$ 35,369)
- Sale Pending
Rhum Remedy is a nicely presented example of a Beneteau Idyll 11.5 offered for sale with comprehensive inventory. Built as a cruising brand to compliment the very successful, performance orientated First designs. The range was developed around the same hulls with tweaked deck mouldings, more sedate rigs, shallower draft modest keels and spacious accommodation designed to appeal to the cruising sailor. Built before mass production techniques took over the quality of build has stood the designs in good stead and they now offer spacious comfortable cruising yachts.
Wintering ashore, available for viewing by appointment in North Argyll.
Please contact Mark Cameron at 01852 500247
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Designer: Jean Berret
LOA: 11.51 m
Beam: 3.70 m
LWL: 9.22 m
Maximum Draft: 1.33 m
Displacement: 6800 kgs
Ballast: 2500 kgs
Total Power: 35 HP
Engine Brand: Perkins
Year Built: 1984
Engine Model: 4.108
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 3085
Propeller: 3 blade propeller
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Engine Power: 35 HP
Fresh Water Tanks: 2 (300 Liters)
Fuel Tanks: 1 Stainless steel (80 Liters)
Electrical Circuit: 12V
Built as Beneteau's cruiser offering to compliment the successful performance orientated First range the Idyll range was from the same designer and loosely based around the same hull shape. A development of the First 35 the Idyll 11.5 has been designed with more rigorous cruising sailing in mind features include a more moderate keel and skeg hung rudder. Another feature of the idyll is the full length moulded shaft log protecting the propeller shaft aft to the propeller.
Both the hull and deck are constructed of traditional GRP mouldings and still have the original off-white gelcoat finish with burgundy style stripes. Below the water the hull has been subject to a full preventative epoxy osmosis treatment in 2001, the hull is currently finished with a red antifouling.
Spars & Rigging
- Isomat Mast
- Rod kicker
- Spinnaker pole
Masthead sloop rig with spars by Isomat of alloy construction finished in silver anodising. All rigging of stainless steel construction with roll swaged type terminations with chrome plated bronze rigging screws. All standing rigging replaced at time of purchase by current owners in 2001.
- Mainsail - Owen Sails. Fully battened, 3 reefs. 2002
- Genoa - Owen Sails. Roller reefing. 2002. UV strip replaced 2016.
- Cruising Chute - With snuffer, only used twice.
- Sprayhood - Owen Sails. Burgundy.
- Cockpit Tent - Owen Sails. Secures to sprayhood, covers full cockpit with removable aft frame. Burgundy.
- Mainsail Cover - Owen Sails. Stackpack type cover with lazy jacks. Burgundy.
- Spray Dodgers
- Main Anchor - Bruce on 50m, 10mm calibrated chain rode.
- Kedge Anchor - CQR with chain and warp rode, never used by current owner.
- Anchor Chum Weight
- Windlass - Electric with foot button controls.
The deck is formed with a pronounced raised coachroof running aft to a fixed windscreen/sprayhood and the cockpit. on the foredeck a twin roller stemhead fitting easily handles both the anchor and mooring with the anchor windlass located at the aft end of a large foredeck locker. The anchor chain self stows into the locker with plenty of additional space provided for the storage of fenders and general equipment.
Stainless steel guardwires run the full length of the boat providing crew members with some security outboard while stout grabrails and fitted on the coachroof inboard. The cannister liferaft is mounted on a timber cradle at the aft end of the coachroof just forward of the mainsheet track. A fixed windscreen at the aft end of the coachroof provides permanent protection for the companionway with a neat sprayhood fitting on top of the screen.
The sprayhood has been constructed with a stainless steel frame incorporating a grab rail at the at end. A full cockpit tent is aboard and connects to the sprayhood with a removable, folding aft frame rail; the tent provides full protection for the cockpit and creates an additional living space in poor weather. Moulded coamings run down either side of the cockpit with the primary winches mounted port and starboard. The pedestal and hide covered wheel occupy the aft end of the spacious cockpit with a varnished folding table mounted on its forward face. Teak finished seating is provided along both sides of the cockpit and along the after end of the cockpit. Large volumes of storage is provided around the cockpit with two large lockers and a further large locker to starboard.
- Log - TackTick wireless.
- Depth - TackTick wireless.
- Wind - Raymarine i60. Still in box not fitted, brand new.
- VHF - Icom IC-M505
- Autopilot - Autohelm 3000 belt drive.
- Navtex - NASA Target
- Fenders - Selection.
- Warps - Selection.
- Manual Bilge Pump - Located in cockpit.
- Electric Bilge Pump - Manually switched only.
- Liferaft - Plastimo 6 person cannister. Service now due.
- Tender - Seago 2.7m with inflatable floor.
- Outboard Storage Bracket.
- Cradle - Jacobs 6 leg cradle (Available by separate arrangement if required)
- Cooker - Plastimo Neptune 2500. 2 burner, grill and oven.
- Heating - Wallis diesel fired hot air system. Required servicing & duct repair.
- Pressurised Hot & Cold water - Hot water from engine fed calorifier.
- Battery Charger - Mobile step charger.
- Shore Power - Hard wired system, ring main.
With a deep displacement hull and the raised coachroof generous head room at well over 6' is provided throughout the accommodation space below decks. The quality of construction is significantly better than the later built boats with all internal joinery work substantially built in solid teak.
The forepeak is fitted out with two single berths in the traditional V-berth formation with an infill section creating a generously proportioned double. Storage is provided within the forepeak, beneath the bunks and in two storage units at the aft end of the forepeak.
The large saloon is laid out with the large dropleaf saloon table mounted centrally. A U-shaped settee wraps around the port side of the saloon with a straight style settee running along the starboard. The port side settee can convert into a compact double berth and the starboard settee makes a large single berth if required. Outboard on the port side of the saloon above the settee an additional pilot berth is provided. Storage is provided around the saloon with lockers outboard and beneath the seating.
Immediately at the bottom of the companionway the functional galley and nav station occupy the spaces to port and starboard. Practical in its layout the galley is appointed with gas cooker, U-shaped work space, twin stainless steel sinks, hot and cold water faucets, top loading coolbox. A good selection of storage is provided within the area for crockery, cutlery and food items. Opposite to starboard the chart table provides another practical working space with a generous chart table and lots of storage both within the table and outboard.
A spacious aft cabin accessed through the galley area provides a large double bunk with storage again contained within the cabin.
The heads is located to starboard appointed with sea toilet, basin with faucet which serves also as a shower head and vanity unit.
The Perkins 4.108 4 cylinder naturally aspirated marine diesel engine is located in a dedicated, sound insulation behind the companionway steps. Access is provided at the forward and aft end of the space with large removable panels. Throughout the current ownership the engine has been regularly serviced with oil changes every 50 hours and oil and filter changes every 100 hours.
Stern gear is of the traditional type with gearbox, shaft and fixed 3 bladed prop.
- Domestic Bank - 2 off 85Ah lead acid type.
- Engine Bank - 1 off 110Ah lead acid type.
In this case we are acting as brokers only. The Owner is not selling in the course of a business. whilst every care has been taken in their preparation , the correctness of these particulars is not guaranteed. The Purchaser is strongly advised to check the particulars and where appropriate at their expense to employ a qualified Marine Surveyor to carry out a survey and/or to have an engine trial conducted which if conducted by us shall not imply any liability for such engine on our part.
This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.