1993 Beneteau First 265

Added 16 December, 2012

About this Sailboat:

1993 Beneteau F265,
The Beneteau First 265 is a fast and comfortable racer/cruiser known for its varnished
cherry interior and superior ventilation. Buck Aye comes with many upgrades and a
comprehensive equipment list. She has proven herself on extended cruises and
performed well around the buoy racing. The custom trailer built in 2009 adds to her
versatility by permitting road travel and transportation for winter storage.

Equipment on Board:

Boat Specs
– LOA: 26’5”
– LWL: 24’2”
– Beam: 9’5”
– Draft: 4’2”
– Displacement: 4800lbs
– PHRF rating: 189
– Ballast: 1450lbs
– Engine: 9hp Volvo 2001 diesel
– Tankage: Diesel 7.5 gal
Water 16.25 gal plus 6 gal hot water
Holding tank 12 gal
Ice Box 1.75 cubic feet
– Standing Headroom: 5’11”
Accommodations
The Aft cabin to port of the companionway features a comfortable double berth, a
hanging locker and additional storage. An easy to clean marine head is to starboard with
a shower and sink both with hot/cold water. Moving forward is the nav station, salon
seating for five and a large V-berth. Ventilation is provided by eight opening ports, one
deck hatch and a Hella fan in the aft cabin. The interior features cheery woodwork.
Galley
The galley comes complete with a two burner Origo alcohol stove, a large ice box and a
deep round stainless steel sink. There is ample storage for provisions. Hot and cold
pressure water
Sails
1. Main – Doyle dacron crosscut 1993 with two reef points and full battens. Good
cruising sail. No rips or tears
2. 105 – UK dacron 1993 headsail in excellent condition. Has been used
infrequently. Has Sunbrella cover on leech and foot
3. 135 – Polaris dacron radial 1993 headsail. Great cruising sail. No rips or tears.
Very heavy construction. Sunbrella on leech and foot
4. 150 – North dacron laminate radial headsail. Like new. Used only for racing.
Requires removal of roller furler drum
5. Asymmetrical medium reacher spinnaker in sock Doyle 1996 with tack line run to
cockpit. Like new
6. Anchor sail
Instruments
1.Horizon ST50 depth, speed and wind instruments
2.Compass Richie Analog/Digital Fluxgate Compass
3.Clinomete
4.VHF radio Apelco 510
5.Autopilot Simrad TP30
Rigging
• Primary winches added to cockpit (16 ST Lewmar self tailing). This is a
significant improvement over the factory design, which used the cabin top
winches as the genoa winches. This change includes custom jib track cars with
Garhauer cars and replacing the standard cabin top tracks with teak handrails.
The workmanship for this customization is first rate and is indistinguishable
from a factory installation
• Secondary winches are 16 ST Lewmar self tailing
• Jib Furler Schaefer 1000
• Custom backstay adjuster
• Custom 8 to 1 boom vang led to cabin top stopper
• Boom kicker
• Lazy jacks not fitted but included
• Tiller extension
• Whisker pole
• 8 cabin top line stoppers
• Main and jib halyards replaced in 2006 Spectra line
• Two winch handles
Electrical
• Two batteries new in 2012
• Shore power new cord
• Battery charger – Statpower True charge 10amp
Other
• Martec two blade folding prop. Fixed two blade prop included
• danforth anchor with 10′ chain and 100′ rode
• Nicro day/night solar powered vent in forward hatch
• Drinking water filter with separate faucet
• Screen for all ports, deck hatch and companionway hatch
• Bottom was professionally stripped, faired, barrier coated (Interlux 200E) and
bottom painted with VC17m in 2004. VC17m reapplied annually since then
• Hull buffed and waxed twice a year
• Federally documented vessel – No Ohio registration
Trailer
Trailer was custom built in 2009 with twin axles and new six ply trailer tires, electrical
brakes all new lights etc.. Has eight support pads that make painting the bottom a piece
of cake.


Beneteau First 265
Beneteau First 265
Beneteau First 265
Beneteau First 265
Beneteau First 265
Beneteau First 265
Beneteau First 265
Beneteau First 265
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