This popular two cabin model has never been chartered, and has always been maintained to the highest standards. There have been numerous upgrades and additions, and everything on the boat works. This is also not a boat that has sat at the dock - the owner has sailed her consistently and continuously, and does not allow dust to collect. She is an excellent example of one of the most popular models ever produced by Beneteau. Having sailed numerous Beneteaus, including this one, I can attest to first hand experience of it's response and seaworthiness.
THE BOAT IS IDEALLY SUITED FOR BOTH LIVING ABOARD AND CRUISING, WHICH IS WHAT THE CURRENT OWNER HAS DONE WITH HER.
IF YOU ARE IN THE MARKET FOR A PROVEN LIVEABOARD OR CRUSING BOAT, DON'T PASS THIS UP!
DRAMATIC DROP IN PRICE - SELLER WANTS OFFERS!
Glen has extensive offshore experience, including a Trans-Atlantic crossing, deliveries on the East Coast of the US, and numerous passages to the Bahamas. He holds a 100 Ton Masters License, races locally and continues to live aboard the boat he sailed from South Africa. He has also worked for Towboat US.
Glen's passion extends beyond just a job - he has toured numerous manufacturing facilities, including Island Packet, Catalina, Mainship Trawlers, Beneteau in SC as well as the Beneteau plant in France, and the Fontaine Pajot plant in La Rochelle, France. He has also visited the Moody factory in Southhampton UK.
Glen has also done numerous charters around Charleston, both on sail and power.
Call Listing Broker Glen Appelbaum for more information. Cell 843 813 3711
For further details please contact Glen Appelbaum at 843 813 3711 or via email at Glen@AshleyYachts.com
Please contact Glen Appelbaum at 843 813 3711
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Pied 'a Mer
Designer: Groupe Finot
LOA: 41 ft 7 in
Beam: 13 ft 0 in
LWL: 36 ft 11 in
Maximum Draft: 4 ft 9 in
Engine Brand: Westerbeke
Year Built: 2000
Engine Model: 44A4
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 1887
Propeller: Folding propeller
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Engine(s) Total Power: 44 HP
Max Bridge Clearance: 58'05" Ballast: 5500 Displacement: 15432
Total Power: 44 Cruising Speed: 7 Max Speed: 8
Fuel: 39 Fresh Water: 145 Holding: 2X13
As one comes down the companionway the European style is evident in the clean and functional lines. The steps are molded into the engine access cover, and there is a a solid rail on either side, mounted on solid wood supports. The galley is to starboard, and the nav station is to port. Immediately behind the nav station is a head and shower, behind which is the spacious double cabin. There are lockers and drawers for storage, as well as access to both sides of the engine. There are also large storage areas under the dinette and settee cushions The salon consists of a settee to port and dinette to starboard. The dinette table has a cushion which allows the conversion to a comfortable double berth. The forward cabin is just in front of the bulkhead, with a pullman to starboard. There are two very large drawers under the berth, and storage is opposite the pullman. The Vacuflush head and shower is further forward in the V.The boat is cooled and heated by two Cruiseair units, 12000 and 7000 BTU's. These units also have a dehumidifier function. The owner has upgraded the lighting to LED throughout the boat to reduce power consumption.
Large forward cabin with pullman - Tempurpedic mattress
Hanging locker in forward cabin
Two large drawers under pullman
2 X Hella 12 volt fans in fwd cabin
Head and shower en-suite
Vacuflush head fwd
Large aft cabin to port with queen berth
Hanging locker in aft cabin
Hella 12 volt fan in aft cabin
Second head and shower forward of cabin
Large C shaped convertable dinette
2 X Hella fans in salon
Custom Weems and Plath Barometer and clock
Cruiseair 12000 and 7000 BTU reverse cycle units
Custom Ultrasuede throughout
Ocean sun screens throughout
The U shaped galley is to port,tucked away safely on the starboard side. There are twin Stainless Steel sinks, pressurized hot and cold water, locker storage, two burner propane stove/oven and microwave. There is a front loading refrigerator and toploading freezer. There is countertop space for working surfaces, and a bar across the gimballed stove for safety.
U shaped galley
Twin Stainless Steel sinks
Hot/Cold pressurized water
Front-loading Adler-Barbour refrigeration
Toploading Adler-Barbour freezer
First Wave 2 burner gimballed stove/oven
110 v Hot water & via heat exchanger
Raytheon RL70CRC Chartplotter - Seatalk
Raytheon ST 60 Tridata - Seatalk
Raytheon ST 60 Multi x 2 - Seatalk
Raytheon ST 60 Wind - Seatalk
Raymarine Life Tag MOB system
Raystar 120 WAAS GPS Sensor
Tricolor LED masthead w/ strobe
LED stern light
Raytheon ST6000+ Auto Pilot
12 CD JVC shuttle
Cockpit and salon speakers
Standard Horizon Intrepid DSC w/RAM
12 Volt outlet on pedestal
12 volt outlet on breaker panel
406 EPIRB - MMSI registered
There are two electrical systems onboard, 110 volt A/C and 12 volt DC. The A/C system is brought to the boat via two 50 amp umbilicals, and the DC system is provided by 4 AGM batteries.
3-200 Ah house batteries
1 starter battery
Sentry 40 amp 3 output battery charger
Honda 400 Portable gas genset
2800W Pure Sine Wave inverter (2012)
The sleek lines of the boat are indicative of a long-standing pedigree of speed and comfort. The hull has been engineered to respond to both heavy weather as well as light wind. The boat has the ability to go to weather easily, and the large cockpit is designed for comfort and safety. There are two large lazarettes as well as a propane locker. The helmsman's seat may be dropped to open up the swim platform. There is a drop-down swim ladder on the starboard side of the transom. The lines are all led aft to the cockpit, and there is a large bimini and dodger with a connector. There are also grab handles on the bimini for safety. There are protective sunscreens which connect to the bimini and dodger, and offer almost the same protection to the occupants in the cockpit as a full screen enclosure. Aside from the Main, 150 Genoa, and 110 working Jib, there is also an assymetrical Gennaker with an ATN collar. For easy downwind sailing there is a Forespar whisker pole. In 2011 a Selden deck mounted bowsprit with US Spars tack assembly was mounted at the bow for flying the Gennaker. The main is in-mast furling, which makes for very easy sail handling when cruising or sailing short-handed. There is a 6 man Switlick liferaft mounted on the deck.
Inmast furling system
UK/Halsey Tape Drive furling main - July 2011
110 Working Jib (Hathaway Reiser)rarely used - 06/04
Forespar whisker pole - 04/05
Switlick MD-2 6 PAX offshore liferaft
Deck mount for liferaft
New UV covers for 150 Genoa - 05/08
Avon Rollaway inflatable - 05/04
Horshoe buoy and mount
Outboard mount on pushpit
Lifesling MOB system
5 hatches on deck for ventilation
SS swivel between chain and anchor
Profurl roller furler
Leather chafe guards on bimini & dodger
Twin propane tank locker in cockpit
New Fortress anchor with rode
Remote for windlass in chain locker
Remote for windlass in cockpit
The Westerbeke is known as a reliable and durable engine. The engine has always been serviced and has never given any problems. Access is under the companionway steps and through the sides.
Borg-Warner transmission - 07/05
Racor 500MA w/ Vacugauge - 09/07
17' 3 bladed Maxprop
Speedseal impeller plate w/thumbscrews
Westerbeke spares kit
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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