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1990 Beneteau First 32s5

6 November, 2012 by EVAN

About this Sailboat:

A fractional rigged cruiser/racer in great shape with the unique modern mahogany and aluminum interior designed by Philipe Starck, offered for sale by owner wanting to move up in size. A great boat for daysailing or cruising/racing, easily singlehanded. Bright and airy interior.

Equipment on Board:

Contemporary Interior design by Phillipe Starck.Stunning mahogany finish, loads of natural light, good ventilation.
Centerline table with leaves
settes port and starboard with storage outboard
Galley with double sink, refrigerator, 3 burner propane stove and oven
Hot and cold pressured water, Double faucet 6 gallon hot water tank
Double aft cabin to port with privacy door.
Aft head with integral shower, molded easy to clean finish
Forward facing navigation station with storage in and under table.
V berth with door.
2 opening ports, 2 opening overhead hatches

Navigational and Electrical
Raymarine 40 BiData Depth and Speed
Autohelm 4000 autopilot
Garmin Chartplotter
2 – 12V batteries
Sentry 20amp battery charger

Deck Gear
Fractional rig sloop rig with rod rigging, mainsheet to traveller on cabin top. 2 lewmar self tailing primary winches , 2 winch handles, Pedestal wheel steering with brake and guard.Custom binnacle drink holder, Roomy cockpit with teak slats, easy boarding transom platform with ladder, Bimini, Gates port and starboard, Double lifelines, Spinnaker setup

2007 Cruising Direct (North) 150% furling genoa
2008 Cruising Direct (North) mainsail
#2 Mylar racing sail c.1990
#3 Mylar racing sail c.1990
Storm jib (never been used)
2004 North 3/4 oz. spinnaker
Mainsail cover

Volvo Penta Model 2002 18 HP, Inboard shaft driven with folding propeller 18 gallon fuel tank

Beneteau First 32s5
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