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- EUR 119,000 Tax Paid (US$ 133,042)
The Beneteau 47.7 is an elegant Cruiser-Racer offering a spacious and well designed interior. 3-cabin-version, 2,1 m-keel, Yanmar 4 JH 55 HP engine. NO REGATTAS!
Die Beneteau 47.7 ist ein eleganter Cruiser-Racer mit geräumigem und schön gestyltem Interieur. 3-Kabinen-Version, 2,1 m-Kiel, Yanmar 4 JH 55 PS. KEINE REGATTEN!
El Beneteau 47.7 es un elegante crucero-regata con un interior espacioso y bien diseñado. Versión 3 cabinas, quilla de 2,1 m, Yanmar 4 JH 55 CV. SIN REGATAS
Mallorca Boat Broker has for years been the reliable partner when it comes to buying new or used sailing and motor yachts. Our "all-inclusive" package includes the brokerage of moorings, yacht financing and insurance as well a boat care.
Mallorca Boat Broker ist seit Jahren der zuverlässige Partner, wenn es um den Kauf von neuen oder gebrauchten Segel- und Motoryachten geht. Unser "Rundum-Sorglos-Paket" beinhaltet die Vermittlung von Liegeplätzen, Yachtfinanzierung und -versicherung sowie die Betreuung Ihres Bootes. Besuchen Sie uns in einem der schönsten Häfen der Insel, in Cala d'Or!
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Designer: Farr Yacht Design
Hull Shape: Monohull
LOA: 13.68 m
Beam: 3.98 m
Dry Weight: 9128 kgs
Total Power: 55 HP
Engine Brand: Yanmar
Year Built: 2006
Engine Model: 4 JH
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 700
Propeller: Folding propeller
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Engine Power: 55 HP
Fresh Water Tanks: 1 (400 Liters)
Fuel Tanks: 1 (200 Liters)
Number of single berths: 8
Number of cabins: 3
Number of heads: 2
Number of bathrooms: 2
VHF - DSC
Autopilot - with Wireless Stationn
Repeater(s) - Tridata Raymarine
Navigation center - Navtex
Wind speed and direction
Fully battened mainsail
Battery charger - Batteries 40 A
Shore power inlet - 220 V
Maniobra de Spi, Spinnaker-Equipment
Bomba agua salada para duchar y badeo de cubierta
Meerwasserpumpe für das Deck zum Duschen und Reinigen
Saltwater Pipe for the deck (cleaning and taking a shower)
TUF LUF extra
The feedback provided by over 550 owners of the First 40.7 has been instrumental for Farr Yacht Design and the Býýnýýteau Design Team to create the NEW Beneteau First 44.7. The First 40.7, designed by the same team, is a world best seller with a record of race titles, including an IMS World Championship. Her success is not due to race results alone. The 40.7 offers rare versatility, outstanding value, and consistently high resale value as will the NEW Beneteau First 44.7.
The cockpit is laid out in such a way that navigation and manoeuvring are easier: lots of storage space, sheets and halyards lead back to the cockpit, etc. The cockpit has 5 storage lockers: (the locker lids are made using injection techniques which gives them a perfect finish). ? 2 extra deep stern lockers providing ample storage space ? 2 easy to access lateral lockers under the cockpit seats ? 1 storage box capable of holding two large capacity gas bottles. There is a specific storage location, which is easy to get at, specially designed for the life raft (under the removable helmsman's seat). The cockpit seats are covered in teak and the sides forming the back are reclining for extra comfort. They are divided to provide the helmsman with better seating space (lined with teak). The seats are edged with "drainage grooves" for good water evacuation. The cockpit is self-emptying. The steering wheel is made of black anodised aluminium and is sheathed (Lexmar / whitlock Y spoke 1.70m Ø). It is fixed to a polyester base acting as a foot rest for the helmsman and a stand for the electronic compas. The engine control panel is to starboard. An articulated chain-plate used for hanging safety belt hanks can be found right beside the companionway.
- FORE CABIN - Starboard : ? Double bed with 1 1.40 m x 2.05 m foam mattress ? 2 drawers 2 storage lockers are located under the bed. ? 2 lockers with 2 levels of storage compartments is located under the mattresses (one of the lockers holds the water tank) ? Lateral storage spaces run the length of the hull both port side and starboard, as well as the length of the bulkhead at head of the bed. ? Two swivelling lights in the bed head as well as 2 overhead spotlights provide the necessary light. Portside : ? A large cupboard with 2 doors (wardrobe and shelves) as well as a dressing table (with folding table top, 1 storage space with door and 1 drawer) surround a seat with cushions. ? This seat/locker can be used as further storage space. ? Lighting is provided by 1 swivelling light above the seat and overhead lighting. ? The headliner is upholstered on the inside of the hull. ? The wooded mast locker can be dismantled. - AFT CABINS - ? Headroom : 1.95 m ? 2x1 size 1 hinged portholes with blind on side of coachroof ? 2x1 size 1 hinged portholes with blind on vertical sides of cockpit ? 2x1 fixed hull portholes ? 2 x 1 2.00m x 1.35 m double beds with foam mattress ? 2 x 1 1 door storage unit (1 wardrobe 2 shelves) , ? 2 x 1 open storage unit with shelf ? Lateral starboard and port side storage space along the hull ? Shelves located between the two aft cabins providing a good quantity of storage space in each of the cabins ? 2x1 swivelling lights and 2x1 overhead lights diffusing light in each cabin.
- POWER SUPPLY - The 12 V electric circuit is supplied by two 140 A lights and service batteries. The battery isolation switches (+/-), located in the aft cabin, protect the circuit. A voltmeter and ammeter enable good management of the battery installation. - ELECTRICAL NETWORK - Specific beams are inlaid in the deck to supply the integrated lighting in the deckhead as well as various electrical appliances (pumps, windlass, navigation lights, etc.) Pre-cabled sheaths are pre-positioned to make it easier to install options. - BATTERIES CHARGING - ? By alternator (power depending on engine specifications) attached to the engine, ? 220 V shore power supply (protected by a circuit breaker) - ELECTRIC PANEL - A 12 V back lighted electric panel, 16 functions (with labels and identification) is located above the chart table. A cigarette lighter socket is located on the panel. The electric panel provides power consumption information: The capacity of the various tanks can be visualised with a water gauge using a selector knob. - LIGHTING AND SOCKETS - 21 halogen lights (reading spotlights) diffuse light for greater comfort inside. 5 power outlets have been installed (in the cabins, galley and above the chart table).
? Headroom : 1.96 m ? 1 size 4 hinged porthole with blind on side of coachroof ? Laminated white worktop ? High moulded wood fiddle around the worktop to prevent objects from falling. ? Double sink with mixer tap ? Seawater foot pump or refrigerated cabinet drain by three way sluice. ? Polyester 110 L insulated refrigerated cabinet, which opens from the top. ? Frigo-matic cold generator as standard ? Wastebin on door under worktop. ? Cabinet with storage shelves under worktop ? Gimballed 2 ring stove with oven/grill ? S/S stove protection bar/dishcloth rail. ? Bottle storage ? Lateral storage spaces with doors along the hull above the worktop. One of these storage spaces is can take a microwave (electric socket accessible) and a S/S paper towel holder. ? Crumb collector in flooring.
The Sail Drive diesel engine is mounted in a ventilated and soundproof compartment, on a frame that is structurally part of the hull It was chosen following Bénéteau specification requirements (reliability, low vibration, reduced emission of harmful gases, compactness). It is equipped with sea water filters. The propeller (Volvo) is foldable (duckbeak) to reduce underwater resistance and thus improve boat performance. Its size is related to its horse power. The starter and control panel is located outside near the wheel. The Spinlock Flush Racing engine control lever, is built-in to the sides of the cockpit. The rotomoulded diesel fuel tank, located under the portside stern berth, has a 200 L capacity and is equipped with an electric gauge, a primary filter and a remote stop valve. Its aluminium filler hole is located on deck to the rear of the cockpit. A 12 V 110 A battery is specifically for the use of starting the engine.
The hull is made of solid GRP laminate. Hull capping and occasional reinforced areas (keel, rudder, chain plates, deck line), strengthen the overall structure. The hull is optimally protected from osmosis phenomena, thanks to the application of vinylester resin precoating. A structural solid laminate inner structural grid, is achieved through the use of biaxial and unidirectional material. It is glued to the hull and randomly laminated. Its structural function is important, since it makes it possible to pick out all the pressure and stress points (chain plate, shroud, keel, and rudder tie rods, etc.) guaranteeing even distribution and less strain on the hull. The ribes can support mechanical parts (engine, etc.) and water tanks. The structural bulkheads made of marine plywood are sealed to the hull for extra rigidity. The hull is white with a grey decoration line (Navy blue is optional).
The deck is built in sandwich (fibreglass/ balsa / GRP) for an optimal rigidity-lightness ratio. There are solid laminate reinforcement areas under the deck gear (winches, tracks, chain plates, cleats). All the working and movement areas on the deck have been given an non-skid gel coat pattern. The whole of the deck has been given a solid laminate inner lining, including the structural beams, which are sealed to the deck to give a perfect finish (integrated lighting, finish, access to deck gear fitting screws, etc.). - MOORING - 8 aluminium cleats (300 mm ) and their S/S protections are bolted to the deck/hull joint: ? 2 stem cleats. ? 4 intermediary springline cleats for greater ease of use. ? 2 stern cleats - PULPITS AND LIFELINES - A bow pulpit at 4 foot is bolted to the deck/hull joints. The stern pulpits are equipped with opening lifelines and take ensign staffs and lifebuoy supports. The boat is surrounded by double lifelines held up by 6 simple stanchions and 4 double stanchions (for small gates). These are made of stainless steel, are removable (h 650 mm) and are equipped with a double line of stainless steel lifelines with turnbuckle adjuster. They are fastened to wide stainless steel base plates, bolted through the deck/hull joint. Untreated bolted teak toe-rails, surround the deck. Two stainless steel grabrails are bolted to the top of the coachroof for leaving the cockpit. - BATHING PLATFORM AND TRANSOM - The transom has a battened teak bathing platform, with a removable articulated bathing ladder (can be stored in one of the cockpit lockers), with teak steps, a step ladder for deck access. A small cold shower head and a quay jack are attached to the transom in the standard version. The stern light is fastened to the transom.
CE Certification : A/12
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