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Manufacturer Provided Description
Strong on design, strong on technology, full of character and a sensational sail ! 5 interior versions.
Tuff Luff forestay (in place of genoa furling gear).
Wide sprayhood in ?Captain Blue? with two frames.
Supplementary 180L water tank.
Rigid toilet holding tanks fore and aft.
ELECTRONICS NAV PACK (Option) Raymarine N° 11
Cockpit to port: ST60 Tridata instrument, log and depth sounder (with log and sounder transducers), ST60 Wind instrument (with anemometer, masthead windvane, 30 metres cabling and junction box at foot of mast.
Cockpit to starboard: ST6001 Plus Autopilot with controller, computer, compass and LS40 helm drive.
On steering console: ST60 remote control for mast-foot repeaters.
On mast: 3 x ST60 multifunction repeaters.
Over chart table: Plotter, C80 LCD 8.4″ colour screen with Navionics Gold cartography. Linked to GPS receiver to aft of cockpit.
Additional electronic navigation equipment not included in pack (Option):
Raymarine PC Interface (RS32 input/output series in PC format).
Radar with mast fitting.
Six cockpit lockers: 3 aft lockers ? of which the one under helmsman?s seat is for liferaft stowage. 2 central cockpit lockers (1 port, 1 starboard) with engine stowage support. 1 gas locker to port.
Teak-slatted cockpit benches and sole.
?Captain Blue? cockpit cushions.
Teak grating in front of wheel
Steering wheel console. Triangular in shape and functional:
Space for steering compass.
Footrest for helmsman when seated to
2 waterproof cockpit speakers.
The First 47.7 Commodore is available in 3 layout versions, with 3 or 4 cabins.
Woodwork is in pear-coloured Mukali.
Soles are ?hydro pont? in varnished wood with black strips.
1x 110 Amp 12V engine battery with circuit breaker.
2 x 140 Amp 12V service batteries.
Battery management by 12V voltmeter and ammeter.
40 Amp 12V battery chargers.
12V 16-switch and 4-switch 110/220V electrical control panel.
Circuit protection via differential circuit breaker.
2 x 220V sockets.
Lighting (see Accommodation).
Bicolour bow light.
- L-SHAPED GALLEY TO STARBOARD -
Max. headroom: 2.10m.
Lavishly equipped galley comprising:
L-shaped work surface with moulded wood handrail.
180L front opening refrigerating unit with shelves.
Gimballed 2-burner hob with oven, protective rail and covered by folding work surface.
Rectangular double stainless steel sink with chopping boards.
Mixer tap with hot and cold pressurised water.
Seawater foot pump and icebox drainage.
Numerous stowage places:2 drawers. Lockers with stainless steel sliding baskets. 3 shelves along hull. Under-sink stowage with round chrome wastebin. Low unit with 2 shelves and bottle stowage.
Forward opening stainless steel pulpit with teak step.
Bicolour navigation lights fitted to pulpit.
Two part stainless steel pushpit with lifebuoy holder, ensign staff support and closing guardrail.
The boat has a double row of adjustable stainless steel guardrails all round.
10 single and 4 double stainless steel shaped stanchions (with small side openings) with flush moulded stainless steel bases (Bénéteau patent).
All round deck teak toerails.
Two stainless steel handrails bolted to coachroof.
100 HP engine with drive shaft transmission.
Max Prop 3-blade propeller.
Engine compartment insulated and soundproofed with honeycomb foam.
Rotomoulded 235L (approx) capacity fuel tank with sediment filter and flow cut-off.
Engine hatch in cockpit to port.
?Flush? aluminium engine control lever.
Retractable bow thruster with 2 batteries.
The single-skinned hull is GRP and glass fibre construction with balsa stringers.
A structural inner moulding is bonded to the hull.
Its structural role is important as it takes and absorbs the stresses at pressure points (chain plate tie rods, keel, rudder, etc.) and spreads any loads, guaranteeing reduced strain on the hull. The surface of the inner moulding makes cleaning easier and
provides a better finish.
The hull gel coat is steel blue.
The deck is a sandwich (glass fibre, balsa, polyester resin) construction for an improved strength/weight ratio and optimal insulation.
All working and circulation areas of the deck are treated with ?Picot? non-slip coating.
An inner moulding is bonded to the deck interior to improve its finish.