"Callinectes" is a fine example of the popular Beneteau 411 model. With her recent canvas and new mainsail for the 2012 season, she is set to take you and your crew to a destination near or far. She is well equipped for distance cruising, but can also be enjoyed for weekend & day-sailing. Please be sure to click on the Full Specs tab for all of the details on this fine Beneteau yacht!
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Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Designer: Groupe Finot
Flag of Registry: United States
Hull Shape: Monohull
LOA: 41 ft 0 in
Beam: 13 ft 0 in
LWL: 36 ft 11 in
Maximum Draft: 4 ft 9 in
Displacement: 17196 lbs
Ballast: 5500 lbs
Headroom: 6 ft 4 in
Dry Weight: 17196 lbs
"Callinectes" is a fine example of the popular Beneteau 411 two stateroom, two head layout which offers ample space throughout. With her recent canvas and new mainsail for the 2012 season, she is set to take you and your crew to a destination near or far. She is well equipped for distance cruising, but can also be enjoyed for weekend & day-sailing.
Starting below in the bow, there is a large forward head with vanity and shower. Moving aft brings you to the forward cabin with the large double berth on the starboard side, with hanging locker, settee, and shelf space opposite. Stepping further aft brings you into the bright and comfortable main salon. There is a large U-shaped seating area to starboard (with convertible table to make into a double-berth), and a single settee to port, with comfortable navigation station facing aft. Just beyond this navigation station area is the aft head which also offers a vanity and a shower. Opposite the head brings you into the comfortable galley which lots of space for preparing meals, as well as tons of storage for all of your wares. Moving further aft on the port side brings you back into the large aft cabin which has a spacious double berth. A large hanging locker and shelf space allow for easy & secure stowing of all of your gear. Please let us know if you have any specific questions!
The Beneteau 411, designed by the renowned Groupe Finot, exemplifies a true marriage of performance and beauty. Setting the highest standards in safety and construction, the 411 offers peace of mind. Her powerful hull is made up entirely of hand laid fiberglass and is protected by vinylester resin. With the bulb - fin keel, maximum stability and efficiency on all points of sail are achieved by her low center of gravity. Whether one is soloing or is with a crew of family and friends, the standard in-mast furling main and roller furling genoa provide efficiency and true ease of handling. Only the highest quality hardware is installed on her well laid out deck, and the location of the genoa sheet winches (accessible and within an arm's reach of the helm) will be appreciated. The beautiful teak capped bulwark, wide walkways, handrails, double lifelines, and Beneteau's molded nonskid deck surfaces create a strong sense of reliability. A standard three-blade prop gives the Beneteau 411 excellent maneuverability under power, and her large, leather-covered wheel provides precise and easy steering under sail or power. The large cockpit with teak inlaid seats is designed for maximum comfort while providing safety at sea, and the pedestal console allows ample space to install electronics. There is also a dual leaf cockpit table containing a large molded storage area and there is plenty of space to stow gear in the large cockpit lockers. Going for a swim is easy and convenient with the extra-wide aft swim platform and ladder, walkthrough transom, and standard cockpit shower. Below, her spacious and efficient layout makes use of every nook and cranny. An abundance of natural light and ventilation floods the interior through many deck hatches, portholes, and dorade vents. The Beneteau 411's joinerwork is handcrafted and cherry stained. Both the two- and three-cabin layouts have roomy companionways, large cabins, and plenty of storage throughout. All of this is accented with richly detailed and highly finished Beneteau cabinetry. Designed for entertaining or enjoying a gourmet meal, the salon table is very accommodating - seating up to six people; remove the inner leaf, and it becomes a cocktail table with plenty of room for games and snacks. Specially designed for serious cruising, the 411 nav station provides a large chart table and ample space for installing electronics. Under the chart table settee there's an additional locker for even more storage. The deluxe forward owner's stateroom features a generous double berth and an upholstered port settee that is perfect for reading or relaxing. Additional features include a large hanging locker, shelves, and stowage under the berth; as well, there is private access to the spacious and well ventilated forward head with sink and shower unit. The galley is beautifully appointed with pressure laminate countertops, big double stainless sinks, and loads of storage. The two-compartment refrigerator - freezer has top and side access, and the two-burner propane stove with oven will accommodate every culinary need. Handcrafted lockers with cane doors, great ventilation, and plenty of workspace add to making cooking pleasurable dockside or underway.
Double stainless steel sink with hot & cold pressurized water.
12V Adler-Barbour Refrigeration Systems - both top loading and front loading refrigerators.
Force 10 - two burner propane stove and oven w/ two propane tanks.
Electronics & Electrical
Raytheon ST 6000+ Autopilot (linear drive).
Raytheon ST-60 Tri-Data.
Raytheon ST-60 Depth Sounder.
Raytheon ST-60 Wind Speed & Direction.
Raytheon RL 74 Radar/Chartplotter.
Raystar 114 DGPS Antenna.
Icom 710 SSB Radio.
Standard Nova + VHF with RAM mic in cockpit.
JVC AM/FM Stereo with JVC CD Changer.
Two 4D house batteries.
One group 27 dedicated engine start battery.
Link 20 battery monitor.
Balmar 100 Amp alternator w/ max charge regulator.
Air Marine wind generator.
Automatic battery charger.
Tri-color light on masthead.
Two Cruiseair reverse cycle heat & Air conditioning systems.
Simpson lawrence electric windlass w/ handheld wired remote.
35# plow anchor with rode.
Secondary Danforth anchor with rode on second bow roller.
Radar arch/dinghy davits.
Dodger (2008) & Bimini (2008) with center panel.
3 blade feathering Max-prop with line cutter.
Spare 3 blade fixed prop included.
Built-in oil change system.
Each head feeds to it's own 15 gallon holding tank.
There are two water tanks aboard totally 150 gallons of freshwater. The forward tank is 100 gallons and aft tank is 50 gallons.
The main fuel tank is 40 gallons, and there is a second auxiliary tank (with separate deck fill) which has a transfer pump to the main tank which offers an extra 17 gallons.
Neil Pryde roller furling mainsail (new in 2012).
Neil Pryde 140% roller furling genoa (2000).
Neil Pryde 100% roller furling jib (2000).
Working Sail Area : 877.00 sq ft
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