2000 Beneteau First 40.7

Added 19 October, 2012

About this Sailboat:

Accommodations
Racing aficionados will not be disappointed with the Bruce Farr hull design, efficient layout,ergonomic cockpit and impressive sail plan.For those who would rather cruise, the removable cockpit locker, easy to handle furling genoa and full batten mainsail, and moderate draft all make the First 40.7 an extremely versatile boat: whether you’re offshore racing or enjoying a comfortable anchorage. With it’s modern design the First 40.7 is a true pleasure boat with beautiful hull lines, clean deck layout, and comfortable interior all add up to a fast, functional yacht.

Galley
Double stanless steel sink w/hot and cold pressure water, 2 burner stove w/ oven(LPG), 6 gallon water heater,ice box

Sails
Mainsails:
Doyle dacron 2000
North 3DL 2004
UK sails Matrex carbon/Kevelar 2008
Headsails:
Doyle dacron 155% 2000
North dacron 100% 2003
North 3DL 140% 2005
North 3DL 155% 2004
UK Matrex carbon / Kevelar 2008
Storm sail 2001
Spinnaker/ Asymmetric:
Doyle cruising w/ sock 2000
North 3A medium reacher 70-120 AWA 2004.
UK sail medium runner 2007
Symmetrical:
North 2S light medium runner 2004
UK sail medium runner 2007
Spinnaker pole ( aluminum )
Forte RTS carbon pole

Deck
15 Lb Fortress alum. anchor w/ locker, double lifeline w/ 2 gates, swim platform with portable swim ladder, cock pit shower, cockpit table, cockpit cushions,custon built cradle

Equipment on Board:

Electronics
Raytheon ST 5000 auto pilot.
2-ST 60 speed
2-ST 60 Depth
2-ST 60 wind
Chart plotter 520
Compass

Electrical
3 AGM lifeline batteries 1 year old.
shore power w/ cord
Dolfin 110V battery charger
Spreader lights
Nav lights

Beneteau First 40.7
Beneteau First 40.7
Beneteau First 40.7
Beneteau First 40.7
Beneteau First 40.7
Beneteau First 40.7
Beneteau First 40.7
Beneteau First 40.7
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