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2001 Beneteau 411

5 October, 2011 by EVAN

About this Sailboat:

Comments from Offical Survey…
“Every now and again a yacht will come along that stands out as being an exceptional
example of what can be achieved with an unlimited budget and a very capable contractor.
The owner of this yacht is reported to have purchased this vessel in 2009 and took what was a standard performance sailing vessel and transformed it into a custom yacht outfitted with top of the line equipment.
There is very little left that could be added to this yacht except maybe a water maker and the owner tells me that he is seriously thinking of installing one.
The Beneteau Oceanis 411 is known as a very good sailing yacht with good performance
in most wind and sea conditions and with the two cabin two head layout, expansive salon and neat and tidy galley it is also a very popular cruising yacht for a couple or small family.”

Equipment on Board:

Side Power 185 thruster with tunnel twin prop, helm control unit & wirelessremote control unit operators windlass also Quick windlass chain counter sensor & hand unit w/ LCD screen & LED light
Lewmar solenoid added to windlass Schaefer Jib Furling System 2100 US Spars factory rebuilt main furling drum Harkin Black Magic turning blocks New running rigging with high tech line for halyards New mast shives
Replacement of all mast wiring and mast antenna wiring
New custom mainsail by Bremen Sails New custom spinnaker ATN sock and all running rigging Custom Wichard boom preventer rigged & installed with deck hardware
Additional spin locks added to cabin top and other areas
Additional Lewmar self tailing winch added to mast with mast matching mounting block New Anchor chain 100 feet of 5/16 HT with splice to 3 strand anchor rode
New bimini top & dodger w/ full wrap sides
Additional Spade high performance anchor S model 80
SS anchor swivel between anchor & chain rode
Wash down pump and quick release deck hose fitting
75’ commercial grade coil hose wash down hose w/ SS ends
Mast top mounted Digital VHF antenna Mast top mounted Forespar lightning arrestor
LOPO LED navigation lights, mast top tri light anchor light, bow r/g and stern white light
3 4-D AGM Lifeline house Batt. w/ 630 amp hrs wired with 0000 marine
cables Optima marine start batt Xantrex MS 3000 Inverter Charger with 150 amp charger and 3000 watts of inverter
Xantrex 3 battery bank combiner
Rebuilt Fischer Panda 8Kw gen/set with new control panel and new fresh water cooling
Two Cruisair Turbo Air-conditioners aft unit in custom sealed box with return air Replaced air duct from aft ac unit to galley with new larger vent
March LC-5C=MD 115v 50/60HZ raw water pump for AC units 900 gal. Per/hr.
Cruisair SMX II keypad control units w/Bio-Guard to ac line to inhibit marine growth in raw water lines
Added two miniature condensation pumps for one for each AC unit with
Additional 20 gal. fuel tank custom fit with separate vent
Fuel transfer pump to transfer fuel from Aux. tank to main tank
NEMA 2000 tank senders in both fuel tanks
Two NEMA digital readout fuel deck fills
Added custom companionway doors in front of hatch boards with window and screen NEMA 2000 box to translate Yanmar engine data to NMEA 2000 for display on Garmin
Custom starboard control panel at helm to hold instruments
Simrad/Navico NMEA 2000 AIS 300 Transponder A/B
Garmin 5212 MFD
Garmin G-2 Charting
Two Garmin GMI 10 instruments at helm and nav-station
Garmin GMR 18 digital radar mounted at mid mast
Garmin GPS 17 NMEA 2000 GPS Receiver
Garmin GMS 10 Network Expander
Garmin GSD 22 Digital Remote Sonar
Garmin GDL 30A XM satellite radio
Raymarine SmartPilot system with ST70 head, Wireless S100 remote control, X 10
corepack and compass
Maretron NMEA 2000 Ultrasonic wind instrument at top of mast
Jabsco two pump Quite Flush model electric head aft head

Beneteau 411
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