Well maintained and with a very good and flexible sail wardrobe, this Beneteau First 36s7 is available and ready to sail away immediately. She has been upgraded continuously with her latest main and #1 being North Sails 3DL. She is also equipped with furling headsail, dacron main, spinnaker, ##1 light, #1 medium,#3 and storm sails.
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Please contact James Kirwan at +353 877712223/ +353 1 2878334
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Designer: Jean Berret - Philippe Starck
Hull Shape: Monohull
Beam: 3.78 m
LWL: 9.47 m
Maximum Draft: 2.11 m
Displacement: 5300 kgs
Ballast: 1710 kgs
Headroom: 1.91 m
Dry Weight: 5299 kgs
Fresh Water Tanks: (302 Liters)
Fuel Tanks: (90 Liters)
Number of single berths: 6
IJPE : 605.58 sq ft I : 44.58 ft J : 12.92 ft P : 42.00 ft E : 15.08 ft Working Sail Area : 660.00 sq ft
Manufacturer Provided Description
The First 36s7 is the complete racer - cruiser. Without compromising comfort, she has been designed to give performance, whether fitted with the standard (9-10) rig or the race (7-8) rig. With a choice of keels, shallow bulb with winglets, deep bulb keel or high-performance lead keel, the First 36s7 will fully adapt to different requirements and will never disappoint. The First 36s7 combines complete mastery of modern techniques and technology to give the greatest of pleasure, and most importantly, complete safety, whether this is in terms of her structure (inner hull moulding, tie rods, installation of parts), or more generally, in the application of real innovations (dual volume deck, removable lifelines on stern pushpit, flush stanchion bases). With two steps in the transom, climbing on board is easy. From the cockpit to the stemhead, the First 36s7 presents an elegant, uncluttered and logical deck plan. The cockpit is well-protected by the rounded coaming with seating on teak inlaid contoured bench seats. A slightly wider T-shaped section is incorporated aft to make plenty of room for the standard wheel steering. Forward of the mast, the "dual volume deck" increases the amount of room for the foredeck crew, and allows the shroud chainplates to be positioned inwards for better performance on the wind. A clever distribution of interior volumes has created both a spacious L-shaped galley to port and navigation station to starboard. The rich pearwood stained salon is bathed in natural light from the many opening hatches, forward portlights on the coachroof and the two hull portlights. The forward cabin is well ventilated by a large opening hatch, and both it and the aft cabin have double berths and plenty of storage.
First 36s7 Specifications - Standard Equipment Construction - Hull: Laminated GRP hull with internal fiberglass hull liner, reinforced with unidirectional rovings - Deck: Balsa sandwich for stiffness plus thermal and acoustic insulation. Deck liner for additional insulation and easy maintenance - Interior wood: varnished pear Deck equipment - 1 stainless steel stemhead fitting with single roller - 6 aluminum mooring fairleads - 4 aluminum mooring cleats - Anchor locker with self-bailer - Solid teak toe rail with integrated fairleads - Stainless steel bow pulpit, with navigation lights - Stainless steel stern rail with life ring and flagstaff supports - Stainless steel tapered stanchions 24" high - Stainless steel double lifelines, adjustable, with large gates - Mast step with halyard blocks - 4 halyard organizing cleats aft of coachroof - 1 halyard cover on coachroof - 2 stainless steel hand rails on coachroof - 2 genoa tracks with adjustable genoa cars - 2 genoa foot blocks - 2 Lewmar 44CST genoa sheet winches - 1 Lewmar mainsheet track in cockpit - 4 double and 1 single Lewmar deck organizer to lead control lines aft to cockpit - 8 jammers with fairleads installed on coachroof - 2 Lewmar 40CST coachroof mounted winches for halyards, reefing lines, mainsheet, outhaul & vang - 6 folding padeyes - Cockpit seats with teak inlays - 1 starboard cockpit locker - 1 LP gas locker under port side of helmsman seat - 1 locker under starboard side of helmsman seat - 2 winch handles - 1 winch handle pocket - 36" leather covered steering wheel - Binnacle compass on steering pedestal - Self-draining cockpit - Swim ladder Rigging - Tapered, anodized aluminum, deck stepped, mast - Twin aft-swept spreaders - Anodized aluminum boom - Solid vang - Genoa furling with drum above deck - 1 genoa roller furling line - 2 genoa sheets - 1 genoa halyard - 2 genoa fairlead adjusters - 1 mainsheet for double ended mainsheet system - 1 main halyard - 2 main traveler control lines - 2 reefing lines - 1 mainsail outhaul line - 1 main boom topping lift - 1 solid vang line - Discontinuous stainless steel standing rigging (1 x 19) - Backstay with mechanical adjuster - Beneteau chrome bronze low profile chainplates anchored to hull pan Sails - 1 roller furling genoa 150% - 1 mainsail with slides - 2 reefs Interior Accommodations Forward cabin - Double V-berth (7' 2" x 5' 7") with removable berth extension - Shelving on hull - 1 hanging locker - Storage under V-berth - Blue indigo striped fabric - 1 Lewmar opening hatch (19 3-4" x 14 1-2") with curtain - 2 flush mounted halogen ceiling lights Salon - Symmetrical salon, settees usable as berths - Cream cushions - Stainless steel mast compression post, access to mast electrical cables - Folding salon table with central bar - storage compartment, removable fiddle rails - Shelving and storage lockers on hull - Hand rails with integrated roller blind on coachroof sides - Chart table with storage compartment, bookshelf, mounting panel for navigation instruments - Navigator's seat with storage underneath - 1 Lewmar opening hatch (19 3-4" x 14 5-8") on coachroof - 1 dorade vent - 2 fixed portlights forward facing on coachroof sides - 2 Lewmar opening ports (16 3-8" x 6 3-4") on coachroof sides - 1 Lewmar opening port (16 3-8" x 6 3-4") into chart table area - 4 flush mounted halogen ceiling lights - 1 red dome light and 1 flush mounted ceiling light in chart table area Galley - Antium work top with wooden fiddle rail - Electric refrigeration 12 volt - Ice box drained by electric bilge pump - 2 round stainless steel sinks with mixing faucet - Storage under sinks, sliding vegetable basket, trash can - 3 burner gimbaled s-s propane stove with oven - Shelving and storage lockers on hull - Dust tray in floor boards - 1 Lewmar opening port (16 3-8" x 6 3-4") on coachroof side - 1 fluorescent overhead light Companionway - 2 hand rails - Fiberglass with laminated wood steps and nonskid rubber stripping - Sliding hatch (5-8" acrylic) - 2 part hatchboard Aft Cabin - Double berth (6' 7" x 5' 7") - Hanging locker - Shelving on hull - Storage under berth - Blue indigo striped fabric - 1 Lewmar opening port (16 3-8" x 6 3-4") with curtain - 1 Lewmar opening port (10" x 4") with curtain - 3 flush mounted halogen ceiling lights Head Compartment - One piece fiberglass liner - USCG approved marine head with holding tank 15 gals - Wash hand basin with hot and cold pressure water - Shower with 12V sump pump - Vanity cabinet - Mirror - Stainless steel towel rack - Plexiglas shelving - 1 Lewmar opening hatch (16 3-8" x 6 3-4") in aft toilet with roller blind - 3 flush mounted halogen ceiling lights Water System - 1 fresh water tanks total 80 gals - Hot and cold pressurized fresh water system with electric pump - Hot water heater (6 gals ) Electrical - 110 volt shore power socket on transom - 12 volt electrical panel, 12 functions - 110 volt electrical panel - 5 x 110 volt outlets - 1 electric bilge pump with float switch - Grounding of standing rigging - Bicolor nav light - Stern light - Anchor light - Combination deck and steaming light - Conduit for options Engine Equipment - Diesel 27 hp - Engine mounts integrated into hull liner - Single-lever engine control - Stainless steel prop shaft - Two-bladed propeller with zinc - Engine room sound insulation - 12 volt 55 amp alternator - Battery charger 20 amp - 2 Batteries, 12 volt 75 amp - Fuel tank, 24 gals - Fuel filter and water separator - Fuel gauge and hour meter on cockpit coaming next to engine control panel Keel - Cast iron fin keel Rudder - Spade rudder with composite rudder shaft Miscellaneous - Owner's manual - Beneteau briefcase - Spare parts case - Teak flagstaff - Life raft stowage in cockpit locker - 1 manual bilge pump First 36 Optional Equipment - Spinnaker gear - Primary winch upgrade to 48CST - #3 genoa track - Electric windlass - Manual windlass - Aluminum toe rail - Cockpit shower - Air conditioning - Shoal lead wing keel - Deep lead fin keel - Inverter and extra battery - Two-bladed folding prop - Two-bladed Max prop - Blue or green cushions - Stereo system, cassette AM-FM - Screen kit for all Lewmar deck hatches - Cradle - Racing version
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.