This Farr designed racer cruiser is perfect for the discriminating owner who wants it all. Club racing, family cruising and the ability to perform at the top of your class. These boats are very easily sailed with a small amount of crew. Always a pleasure to pull up to the yacht club after any type of day sailing. Please note that this boat is priced well below market and is in better than new condition. Recent survey is available.
Owner would like any offer! This will be the best deal on a 10R this year.
Please contact Len Bose at (714) 916-0200
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
LOA: 32 ft 9 in
Beam: 11 ft 1 in
LWL: 28 ft 8 in
Maximum Draft: 6 ft 7 in
Displacement: 9715 lbs
Ballast: 3693 lbs
Headroom: 5 ft 11 in
Fresh Water Tanks: (26 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: (20 Gallons)
This hard to find, very late model, Beneteau 10 R designed by Bruce Farr has one of the most popular layouts of any sailboat on todays market. Owner’s stateroom is aft and to port. This stateroom features a large double berth, privacy door, hanging locker, opening ports to insure ventilation, and plenty of storage. Moving forward and to port is the galley with, with pressure water, two burner stainless propane stove, two stainless sinks and more than enough counter space for preparing large meals for the whole family or crew. Across and to starboard is the navigation station with plenty of room for books, electronics, and charts. Continuing forward is the main salon with two straight settees and centerline table with fold up leaves. Next forward and is the head and with pressure water, mirrors, vanity, and plenty of ventilation. The Interior is lavish with mahogany and there is a holly strip floor through out.
Depthsounder - NKE
Wind Speed and Direction
Plotter - Raymarine C-120 Chartplotter/ GPS
Engine and Mechanical
YANMAR 3YM20 (21 HP).The saildrive diesel engine is mounted in a ventilated, soundproofed compartment on a bed built into the hull structure. It has been chosen according to Beneteau specifications (reliability, low vibration, reduced harmful emissions and compactness).Engine compartment insulated and soundproofed with honeycomb foam. The engine control panel with tachometer and alarms is built into the starboard aft side of the cockpit bench. The panel is protected with plexiglass. The engine control lever fitted with a removable handle is fixed to the starboard coaming.
•The rotomolded fuel tank (approx 20 gal capacity) is located under the starboard aft berth. A gauge is fitted under the engine panel.
Saltwater and diesel filters and sediment reservoir.
Twin-bladed folding propeller for minimum drag under sail.
63" diameter, double spoke, leather covered wheel (wheel well in cockpit sole).
Balanced spade rudder constructed in GRP/ polyurethane foam sandwich.
The ruddershaft (GRP/polyester composite) is constructed by injection.
Ruddershaft rotates on self-aligning roller bearing for a more sensitive and precise feel to the helm.
Cable steering system.
2 rung folding swim ladder.
Deck and Hull
Two stainless steel stern rails with lifebuoy support, ensign staff and stern gate The boat is surrounded with a double row of lifelines supported by stanchions.
Six stainless steel tapered stanchions with flush molded stainless steel bases (Beneteau patent).
Teak toerail surrounding the deck. Two stainless steel handrails on coach roof.
The standard aluminium self- tailing winches are made by LEWMAR:
2 x 40 AST winches on coachroof.
2 x 46 AST genoa sheet winches on cockpit coaming.
Two winch handles with holders in cockpit.
All ports and hatches are made by Lewmar (low profile series for hatches). Windows are green tinted.
The hull/deck joint is secured in three ways:
The deck is mechanically attached to the hull by screws fixing the teak toerail.
The deck is also bonded to the hull (polyurethane adhesive) to guarantee better quality.
A finishing joint guarantees
The keel comprises a cast iron fin with torpedo shaped lead bulb on bottom hardened with antimony to lower the center of gravity
Mainsail North 3DL (2006)
150% Medium #1 North 3DL (2010)
150% Medium #1 North 3DL (2006)
135% #2 North 3DL (2006)
102% #3 North 3DL (2006)
North Asymmetric Code 2A (2006)
North Asymmetric Code 4A (2006)
North NORDAC Mainsail (2006)
North Soft Norlam AP 100% jib (2006)
Custom titanium kelp cutter
Stove (never used)
Sony CD/ Mp3
Main sheet trimmer foot rests
Custom canvas covers and line bags
Hall Carbon Rig
Selden Carbon Sprit
Lifeline pads for hiking
Ivom M-427 VHF
Shore power & battery charger
Sprayed bottom paint (April 2011)
Mainsail Cover - plus wheel cover and winch covers
The bowsprit, mounted on the starboard side of the bow, which makes the 10R the first sprit boat Beneteau has offered to its North American market. The 10R is also the first model built using the company's proprietary "One Shot" infusion process, in which the hull and structure are molded at the same time, achieving an even distribution of the resin throughout the entire boat. The hull and deck are balsa cored, except below the waterline, and under deck fittings, where solid glass is used, which makes for a light hull for a boat the 10R's size, around 9,800 pounds.Farr Yacht Design, a partner with Beneteau for many years, designed a smart interior for the 10R. By placing the head on centerline in the forepeak, they've created one of the best spinnaker-retrieval and launching spaces found on any production boat today. The large, half-moon hatch provides good ventilation dockside, and a more than adequate opening for spinnaker work. The head's sole is covered with molded nonskid and has a drain in the center to drain away water from wet spinnakers. The carbon spinnaker pole retracts into a fiberglass sheath in the head two rubber gaskets prevent water intrusion. Any water that does manage to sneak in drains via a weep hole and clear rubber tube led to the bilge. Aft of the head/spinnaker operations center is a bulkhead that's tabbed into the hull, as is the bulkhead aft of both settees, which supports the load from the shrouds and keel. Aft of the bulkhead on port and starboard are two straight settees (curved settees are great for dinner parties, but make lousy offshore berths), which flank a drop-leaf table. The portside, L-shaped galley is across from the nav station, and since both are at max beam, they're both roomy. In fact, the nav station, which faces forward, is roomier than some larger boats we've sailed. Aft to starboard is the owner's stateroom with a double bunk, to port a single. Thanks to the head-forward layout, both aft berths are further forward than they might otherwise be, which keeps weight out of the stern.Racers who've spend time racing aboard the 10R First love the cockpit, which has plenty of room for helmsman, main trimmer, two headsail trimmers, and a pitman. Immediately forward of the open transom is a large hatch, which accesses a storage area that accepts an optional liner designed to hold a small liferaft. The large, 63-inch aluminum wheel is covered with leather, and with only three-quarters of a turn lock-to-lock, is designed to provide the same precise, fingertip control as a tiller. The Harken mainsheet traveler is immediately forward of the wheel, and thanks to the low cockpit coamings, is an extremely comfortable area for the mainsheet trimmer, especially when the boat is heeled. Fine and gross-trim backstay controls are well within the trimmer's reach on either tack. Two Lewmar 46 AST winches are mounted on the cockpit coaming for headsail trim, and two Lewmar 40s sit on either side of the companionway to handle the halyards and control lines leading aft from the Hall carbon-fiber mast. Twin banks of Spinlock jammers sit forward of the two Lewmar 40s. Because the cabin trunk extends very far the genoa and jib tracks are pushed outboard of where they really should be, the 10R requires jib inhaulers for the 150-percent genoa, and the jib, allowing the clew to be sheeted inboard around the shrouds.The 10R's deck has molded non-skid, which provides good traction. The high aspect, T-shaped bulb keel is the latest in keel bulb shapes. Sailing the First 10R in a medium breeze with the 150-percent overlapping genoa, the 10R powered up quickly as the wind hit its top end for the day. Upwind, sails between 5.8 to 6.5 knots. Sailing downwind with the asymmetric the boat is a blast. Crewing on the 10R is a delight. From the footrests for the helmsman, to the eminently workable cockpit, and ergonomic deck layout, Farr and Beneteau's vast experience designing and building racer/cruisers is evident in every aspect of the 10R's performance.
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.
Interested in this boat?Toll-free: 866-364-0675Tel: (714) 916-0200