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- Engine/Fuel Type:
- Single / diesel
- Located In:
- Cleveland, OH
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- Current Price:
- US$ 95,000
2009 Beneteau First 36.7
The Beneteau 36.7 is a unique cruiser/racer. This Bruce Farr designed boat offers the performance every racer desires, and the comfort that all cruisers look for in a sail boat.
The 36.7 offers great one design class racing, but also performs very well under handicap rules. Upwind the boat handles very well; downwind it offers a stable platform.
The 36.7 though is also a family cruiser - three separate sleeping cabins; lots of natural light and a simple, functional layout.
This specific 36.7 has been professionally maintained and fresh water sailed its entire life. A full North Sails 3DL racing inventory makes this boat very competitive in class racing. The rig and deck layout have been optimized for class racing. With a winning track record on Lake Erie and many solid finishes in North American Championships makes this boat a turnkey choice. The boat is also equipped with a cruising inventory to make weekend trips with family simple and fun.
To learn more about this boat and its history please contact us!
Please contact Master User at (216) 361-7245
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Hull Shape: Monohull
Beam: 11 ft 3 in
Dry Weight: 12941 lbs
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Beneteau First 36.7
Boat Name: “Cloud Nine” Hull # BEYN2009L102
Builder: Beneteau Designer: Bruce Farr
Dimensions: LOA: 36ft
LWL: 30ft 3in
Beam: 11ft 4in
Draft: 7ft 3in (Deep Keel)
Engine: Volvo Penta Model MD-2030D Saildrive
29 HP 2cyl Diesel.
Tankage: Fuel: 20 gals
Water: 72 gals
Waste: 20 gals
General Information: Fresh water boat from new. Winter storage either shrink-wrapped or stored indoors.
Accommodations: Cherry finished interior with private V-berth cabin, forward head compartment with vanity sink and shower, port and starboard settee’s in salon with centerline drop leaf table, L-shaped galley to port with forward facing nav station to starboard, two private aft cabins.
Galley: L-shaped galley with laminate countertop, top loading refrigerated icebox, S.S. sink with hot and cold pressure water mixer. Propane stove and microwave oven.
Upgrades / Additional Equipment:
Harken Rod Headstay with Carbo Foil
Harken Roller Furling System
Carbon Fiber Spinnaker Pole
Adjustable Spinnaker Pole Track
Backstay Purchase upgraded and led forward to cockpit
Mainsheet traveller upgraded (2011)
Extra Purchase on Main Outhaul
Extra Purchase on Genoa Lead Track
Leather Wrapped Wheel
1:1 Steering Ratio
Folding footrests for Helm (never fitted)
New Head installed (2008)
Larger 20 gal waste holding tank installed (2011)
Bottom re-finished in 2008, including keel and rudder faired to template, five coats of sprayed on Interprotect Epoxy barrier coat and six coats of VC Offshore anti-fouling. Measured by class in 2010 and Keel Measurement Certificate issued.
Electronics: Raymarine ST60 Wind System
Raymarine ST60 Tridata
Raymarine ST60 Multi
Raymarine ST60 Mast mount displays
TackTick Racemaster compass on mast
Raymarine ST4000 Autopilot
Raystar 120 GPS Receiver
GPS – PC interface at Nav Station
Standard Horizon GX1250S VHF transceiver
Dual MXD25 AM/FM/CD Receiver + USB port
Pedestal Mount compass
Electrical: 2 – 12V batteries
30amp shorepower with cord
Link 20 battery monitor system
AC.DC distribution panel
Regatta: North 3DL850 Main (2010)
North AP-2 Genoa (2012)
North 3DL Jib (2008)
North Norlite 60 Spinnaker (2011)
North Norlite 70 Spinnaker (2005)
Club racing: North 3DL Main (2007)
North AP-2 Genoa (2009)
North Norlite 60 Spinnaker (2008)
Spare: North AP-2 Genoa (2007)
Older Sails: Doyle Light Air Spinnaker
North 3DL Furling Jib (2002)
North 3DL Main (2004)
Doyle Jib (2005)
Doyle Genoa (2005)
Cruising Sails: North Dacron Main with Dutchman System
North Dacron Furling Jib
North Dacron Furling Genoa
North Asymmetrical Spinnaker
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.