1985 Beneteau Catamaran Fiberglass
A combination of a fast cat and one with a good space, Designed by Philip Briand, this boat is molded fiberglass built by Beneteau. Most of this model can be found in Europe but now this one is right here in the Caribbean. The boat is in good condition, Sails in good condition, molded fiberglass non skid effect in good condition, interior floors, walls and headliners in good condition. She is simple to operate, comfortable and great fun, reaching 17knots in a good wind..
Motor(s) 2 Inborder Yanmar Diesel, each 18 HP
Generator(s) 2 Solarpanels each 80 watts + 360 amps batteries new 2005
Electricity: 12V Land line for 220V
Fuel Capacity: 2x 27L in stainless Steel Diesel Tanks
Water Capacity: 400L flexible watertanks, 200L in each
Range under power: about 1 litre per hour usage for each engine.
Built by Beneteau 1987, This is a fresh and fun boat with space enough for friends or family as she comfortably sleeps 6 in 4 cabins. The galley is located in the starboard hull and the saloon is then a nice space for dining and socializing. The trampoline is very large. The awnings have pvc pole supports that keep them in place as an effective sun cover for 70% of the deck and cockpit area. Stern arches hold the 2 solar panels. The gelcoat is in good condition and many recent updates to the boat have already been made. This is a good sailing boat, fast and simple to operate and maintain. It has already made the voyage from Greece to the Caribbean.
2 Steering wheels
batterie charger for land current
new( end of 2005 ) Trampolin
furling genoa, 28sqmtr
main sail with lazy jack - main with battcar system, 37sqmtr
one Bruce, one Britain,one Folding Anker + 50m chain
Davits for Dinghy
Zodiak Dinghi with Outborder 2PS
GPS, Raytheon, works well
autopilot Autohelm 3000 (excellent)
VHF Radio Aquamarine 5600
windspeed & direction measurement (Target)
Deepsounder onboard but never used in 2 years. May need servicing.
gimballed 2 burner stainless steel gascooker with oven (3 additional gas bottles stored in a front deck locker.
fridge (top load)
new dark Front and Back windows and sliding doors( end of 2005 )
new jabsco toilett with holding tank
Stanchions and liferails complete and firm.
-2 double cabins over well isolated engine compartments, Owner notes that in his experience, the Yanmar engines run much quieter than Perkins.
-2 single berths in fore hulls with own hatch way entrance with s/s steps.
-Head and sink astern in port hull, pressureized water(no heater)
-Galley astern in starboard hull: 2 burner gimballed S/S gas stove and oven. Top load marine refrigeration works well, sweet-water with foot pump to S/S sink, laminate counters and cabinets. Gas bottle in strorage outside. Shutoff valve in galley.
-expandable saloon table with U-seating for 8. The table has a large shallow droor and a deep bottle storage. Upholstery in very good condition.
-large tinted sliding glass doors from cockpit. All tinted windows around cabin with smaller opening ports for lots of ventilation. All nearly new and in excellent condition,
-ample storages, cubbies and bookshelves.
-roomy cockpit with dual helms and storages below helm seat. Additional storages in front deck for sails, lines, gas bottles etc