£ 71,507
Beneteau - First 40.7
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£ 71,507
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Beneteau - First 40.7

Sailing BoatsRacing BoatsBeneteauFirst 40.7

The Beneteau First 40.7 remains one of the most successful boats ever built. Still competitive on IRC, excellent offshore and just as comfortable for cruising or day sailing, we a 40.7 you can do it all. This new list has has had plenty of upgrades to include new Volvo engine, saildrive and propellor, new rudder bearings and steering cables, removal of the keel and matric strengthening and so much more. FULL SPEC TO FOLLOW

Sail Area
I : 51.38 ft J : 14.47 ft P : 50.16 ft E : 17.72 ft Working Sail Area : 1054.86 sq ft
Manufacturer Provided Description
The most successful 40 footer of its time, this best-seller is equally at home racing at high-level or out on family cruise.
Additional Description
Tuff Luff grooved forestay (in place of genoa furling gear). Wide sprayhood with two frames, in grey. 23 L or 88 L rigid WC holding tank with sea/shore pump-out. ROD triple spreader mast with furling genoa. ROD triple spreader mast with ?Tuff Luff?. H53.2STA / 48.2STA genoa sheet winches. 3rd service battery with power distributor. Teak deck. Open pulpit. Gates in guardrails. Eberspächer heating. Windex windvane. Laminated cabin soles. Raymarine PC Interface (RS32 input/output series in PC format). Varnished soles.
Additional Description
Teak slatted cockpit seats. Removable stowage locker aft to starboard. Gas locker aft to port. Liferaft stowage to aft of cockpit under teak slatted helm seat. Steering wheel column. Teak grating for helm. Emergency tiller. Steering compass on column. Self-draining cockpit.
Additional Description
Woodwork is Mukali with pear colour finish. Laminated sole. One accommodation layout with 1 owner?s cabin forward, 2 aft cabins, 1 head compartment, 1 L ? shaped galley. - OWNER?S CABIN FORWARD - Headroom: 1.90 m. Spacious passage. Double berth 2 m x 1.60 m at the shoulders. Hanging locker. Shelving along hull. Reading light at head end. Deckhead light. Lewmar 440 mm x 440 mm opening hatch with blind. - SALOON - Headroom: 1.95 m. Oval settee with high-density foam seat and backrest. Stowage spaces behind settee backrests. Inlaid saloon table. Bar unit near settee to starboard. Shelving. Handrails with built-in blinds. Plenty of natural light by means of: Lewmar 440 mm x 440 mm opening hatch with blind. Two fixed hull ports. Four deckhead lights with independent switches.
Additional Description
Supply and management: 1 x 70 Amp ? 12 V engine battery with circuit breaker. 1 x 110 Amp ? 12 V service battery. Battery management by voltmeter. 16 switch 12 V electrical panel and breaker. Lighting (see Accommodation). Navigation lights: 1 bicolour bow light. 1 white stern light. 1 anchor light.
Additional Description
Rectangular double stainless steel sink with mixer tap. Hot and cold pressurised water. Gimballed 2 burner hob and oven. 90 L ? 12 V refrigeration unit. Cutlery drawer. Waste bin. Under-sink stowage and shelf units. Three-compartment galley stowage unit with doors. Dustpan in sole. Two deckhead lights. Lewmar174 mm x 304 mm opening port.
Additional Description
Stainless steel pulpit. Bicolour navigation lights fitted to pulpit. Stainless steel pushpit in two parts with lifebuoy holder, ensign staff support and closing guardrail. A double row of adjustable stainless steel guardrails surrounds the boat. 8 stainless steel shaped stanchions with flush moulded stainless steel bases (Bénéteau patent). Teak toerails surround the deck. Two stainless steel handrails bolted to the coachroof.
Additional Description
38 HP Sail Drive engine. Engine compartment insulated and sound-proofed with honeycomb foam. Rotomoulded fuel tank of approx. 135 L capacity with sediment filter and cut-off. Engine hatch in cockpit to port. Flush aluminium engine control lever.
Additional Description
The hull is single-skinned laminated GRP. A structural inner moulding formed with unidirectional fabric is bonded and laminated to the hull. Its structural role is important as it takes and absorbs the stresses at pressure points (chain plate tie rods, keel, rudder etc.) and spreads any loads, guaranteeing reduced strain on the hull. The surface to the inner hull makes it easier to clean and provides a better finish. The hull gel coat is grey in colour.
Additional Description
The deck is balsa sandwich construction (glass fibre, balsa, polyester resin) for an optimal strength/weight ratio and for good thermal and sound insulation. A roughened non-slip surface increases safety over all areas of movement on deck. An inner deck moulding is sealed to the deck to round off the finish.
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.
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SubcategoryRacing Boats
Mooring CountryIreland
Year built2004
Sales statusavailable
LOA12.26 m/40 ft
Length12.26 m/40 ft
Width3.78 m/12 ft
Fuel Capacity138.01 liter
Fresh water capacity272.03 liter
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BJ Marine
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