The Beneteau First 40.7 is a cruiser racer that will not disappoint that competitive streak! This well appointed 2000 example comes with an extensive sail loft and offers three double cabins with a heads forward. The light cherry interior gives a great feeling of light and space down below. This yacht has benefited from new interior trim , standing rigging & sail drive seal in the past 12 months.
For more information about this boat please give the office a call.Sail Area, inventory and rigging
IJPE : 800.50 sq ft
I : 51.50 ft
J : 14.42 ft
P : 48.75 ft
E : 17.58 ft
Working Sail Area : 892.00 sq ft
All Hyde sails
Hyde D4 Race Main -Regatta main used 1/2 dozen times
Kevlar main 2008
Dacron 3 reef main 2008
D4 Med No Genoa 2009- Regatta Genoa used 1/2 dozen times
Kevlar Heavy No 1
Kevlar Med No1
Kevlar light No 1
Kevlar No 3
Dacron battened No 3
Dacron No 4
Mast head 0.5oz Runner 100sq metre
0.5 oz Frac running
0.75 A.P ,0.9 oz A.P. 1.5 oz A.P. All 98.5 Sq metres.
Tuff Luff grooved forestay
Furling gear for forestay
Upgraded Spinlock Genoa and Main Super Jammers
Double Race cars with upgraded pully system.
Carbon Selden Spi Pole and Alloy Pole
In boom main outhaul upgrade to 4x power.
All halyards race upgraded
2x extra Spinnaker sheet diverting deck blocks .
Manufacturer Provided Description Racing aficionados will not be disappointed with Bruce Farr & Associates' First 40.7 hull. It has an efficient layout, ergonomic cockpit, and impressive sail plan. For those who would rather cruise, the optional removable cockpit lockers, easy to handle furling genoa, fully battened mainsail, and moderate draft, all make the First 40.7 an extremely versatile boat. Structurally, only the best possible performance features have been adopted: injected carbon - vinylester rudder blade; composite rudder stock (with self-aligning upper and lower rudder bearings); and glassed inner structure for rigidity, weight saving, and optimal distribution of stresses from the rigging, keel, and helm. The large wheel is leather covered. The helmsman's seat is slatted teak. The genoa has an efficient sheeting angle of 10 degrees and comes equipped with Lewmar racing ball bearing cars (the mainsail car is the same). The sidedecks are wide and almost level with extremely efficient nonskid, handrails are always within arms reach, and the foredeck is completely uncluttered. The nav station has an expansive chart table and plenty of shelves and lockers - fine craftsmanship is evident throughout. The electronics panel is slightly curved for maximum instrument viewing. Behind the curved navigator's seat lies a storage shelf perfect for charts, binoculars, and gear. To port, the L-shaped galley is ideal for cooking whether underway or at an anchorage. Galley equipment includes a stainless steel double sink with pressurized hot and cold water, a large 12V refrigerator, gimbaled stove, and plenty of space for storage. The salon is comfortable and is enhanced by plenty of light and ventilation. The settees invite the entire crew to relax, comfortably seating six around the inlaid table. The curved lockers and shelves behind the settees are not only elegant but thoroughly functional. The head is to starboard and forward of the salon. It is fully lined and fitted with a marine toilet, wash basin with shower unit, a hanging locker, and plenty of room for storage. Perfect for offshore racing or extended voyages, the First 40.7 has three sleeping cabins, all with hanging lockers and plenty of shelves. The forward cabin has a private entrance to the head and is ventilated with a large overhead hatch. The two aft cabins also have plenty of ventilation and large berths that are produced in two parts so that leeboards can be installed. Accommodation
Three double berths
Two single berths in three cabins plus the saloon
Galley to port equipped with 2 burner gas stove with oven and grill,
12v fridge and twin sinks.
Heads compartment forward of the saloon on the starboard side with marine w.c., hand basin and shower
Taupe upholstery in saloon, upholstery to cabins
Pear interior joinery with laminated floorboards
Eberspacher D4 heating system ducted to all cabins and saloonInventory and general equipment
2x manual bilge pump to RORC Cat 2
1x electric bilge pump
Warps and fenders
Navigation lights LED stern + mast head light
Guardwire / pulpit / pushpit
Clock and barometer
Radio / CD player
2x G.R.P. teak topped Cockpit pop out lockers
Wheel and Boom Sail Cover.
Tacktick Wireless interfaced Wind / Speed / Depth / Direction / Course System c/w central interface GPS & fluxgate compass
3 x Tacktick T210 Maxi Displays fitted to mast bracket
4x Tacktick TO38 Multi Displays fitted in Cockpit
B&G Hydra Autopilot and display head fitted in Steering console
Garmin GPSMap 700 Touchscreen Chartplotter (2012)
ICS Navtex 6 Weather & Info System
Comar AIS Transceiver
Interfaced to laptop via output USB Lead
2x Main ,Lewmar twin speed, self tailing genoa winches
2x , twin speed, self tailing spinnaker/mainsheet winches
2x , twin speed, self tailing halyard winches
Steering Wheel Cover
Spinnaker Pole Cover
Mainsail Cover / Stak A Pak
2 x water tanks.Safety Equipment
10 x KRO PRO lifejackets c/w lights / hoods / crutch straps (2013)
2 x Horseshoe lifebuoys c/w drogues and Apollo lights
1 x Ocean Danbuoy
1 x lifting strop
2 x RORC Specification Grab bags
1 x Emergency TillerMechanical & Electrical
Volvo Penta three cylinder diesel engine 2040
Fresh and sea water cooled
Full service history
Engine hours approx. 500 to 2010
Cruising speed 6 knots approx.
Maximum speed 7 knots approx.
Sail drive to a two bladed folding prop
2x 12v batteries
Victron charger monitor system
Charged by engine alternator and 240v battery charger
Shorepower and shorepower cable plus extensionDisclaimer 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.
|Mooring Country:||United Kingdom|
|LOA:||11.96 m/39 ft|
|Length:||11.96 m/39 ft|
|Width:||3.73 m/12 ft|
|No. of berths:||11|
|WC & bathrooms:||2|
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