Ready to Race and Cruise! "Crocodile" is one of the best equipped and most successful Beneteau First 40.7's on the East Coast. Her owners have raced her successfully on the Chesapeake Bay as well as to Newport and Bermuda. "Crocodile" has been professionally prepared and maintained. She is equipped for cruising and inshore and offshore racing, with extensive electronics and a full sail inventory. She has raced under PHRF and IRC.
You won't find a better prepared, well-cared for First 40.7 anywhere! "Crocodile" shows like a much newer boat, and has been constantly upgraded and maintained. Truly a turnkey yacht!
Contact Keith Mayes at email@example.com or 301-503-4634 (mobile) for an appointment.
Number of single berths: 2
Number of double berths: 3
Number of cabins: 3
Number of heads: 1
Beneteau hit a home run with this Bruce Farr designed Racer/Cruiser, building more 40 foot racer/cruisers than any other manufacturer in the world. This three cabin design has plenty of room for family cruising and lots of horse power with a well designed efficient underbody and foils and a powerful balanced rig and sail plan, which gives the First 40.7 the ability to go upwind or downwind with much larger sailboats.
From the companionway, The galley is to port and the nav station is to starboard, forward of which is the main salon which has settees on each side of a centerline varnished teak table. Moving forward, access to the head is to starboard while the forward cabin door is on port, revealing a large double v-berth bed. There is also access to the head through a separate door from the forward cabin.
There are two large aft cabins with private entry doors, each with ample hanging and shelf storage.
Full galley with plenty of counter space and storage
Double stainless steel rectangular sinks with mixer tap pressurized hot and cold.
Gimbaled 2-burner LPG stove with oven
12 volt electric refrigerator
(3) Stowage compartments with doors
(2) Overhead lights
Dust pan in the floor
(1) Lewmar opening porthole
Fully molded head compartment with USCG approved marine toilet and holding tank.
Round stainless steel washbasin with mixer tap, pressurized hot and cold shower.
Locker with door
Mirror above washbasin
12v sump pump for shower
Towel rails and accessories
(2) Lewmar opening hatches
Electric bilge pump
Hand-operated bilge pump
84 gals fresh water capacity
6 gals water heater(engine+shore power).
Pressurized water system with expansion tank.
12v sump pump for shower
Large 1'9"x2'6" chart table
Electric water gauge
(1) Lewmar opening porthole
Pigeon hole storage compartments
Double v-berth (7'3"x5"9")
Storage under berth
Lockers alongside hull
Opening Lewmar deck hatch
Halogen reading lights
Door into head
Double berth (6'7"x5'4")
Locker alongside hull
Stowage space under berth
Storage shelves at head of bed
(1) Lewmar porthole opening into the cockpit.
(1) Lewmar porthole opening into the cabin side.
Settee with cushions and back rests(settee length-6'3").
Lockers above the seat-backs
Stowage in the settee backs rests
Bar in the settee back rest to starboard.
(1) Lewmar opening hatch with blind
(2) Fixed hull portholes
Grabrails with built-in blinds
Salon table with wood inlay and bar
(4) Overhead halogen lights
Electrical & Electronics:
Six (6) B&G displays: 3 20-20 displays on mast in custom bracket, two FFD in cockpit, one FFD at nav station
B&G Performance processor
Furuno Navnet 1833C 10.4 inch color chartplotter/radar at Nav station (custom installation)
Custom Removable radar pole and Furuno - 24 inch radome
Furuno Navnet 1700C chartplotter/radar at helm on custom mounting
Simrad AP-21 Autopilot with new control head
Standard Intrepid VHF with remote access microphone in cockpit
Radio and CD player
LED masthead light
Navionics chip for Chesapeake Bay and Boston to New York
Link 10 battery monitor
(2) Group 30 Lifeline house batteries (2012)
(1) Group 27 Lifeline engine battery (2013)
(1) Dacron delivery, (1) older North 3DL, (1) Near new North 3DL (used 8 times)
Quantum #1 (2013)
(2) sets North 3DL #1 and #3 (one set in good condition, one set practice)
Two genoa cars on each side with custom car adjustment
Removable lightweight spectra lazy jacks
Harken roller furling with removable drum
Custom multiple purchase outhaul
Second genoa halyard and clutch
Cleats to secure hatch board for ORC regs
New main sheet and traveler lines
Navtec backstay adjuster serviced with new seals (2014)
Additional Equipment and Features
Lee cloths for quarter berths and main salon settees
Second manual bilge pump in cabin meeting ORC regs
Offshore number boards
Mainsail cover and spinnaker pole cover
Epoxy barrier coat on bottom and rudder, professionally faired keel and rudder, burnished Baltoplate (2013)
Keel bolts checked and tightened (2013)
Rudder bearings replaced with Jeffa bearings (2013)
New Vectra steering cable installed (2014) with spare
New B&G wind anemometer (2014)
Masthead tricolor with separate power and wiring to meet Offshore regs.
Engine fuel injectors serviced (2012)
New water pump (2012)
New alternator belt (2014)
Engine oil and all filters replaced annually
New Jabsco manual toilet (2014)
Leather covered wheel
Harken roller furling system with split removable drum
Removable cockpit storage benches
New engine shutoff cable (2014)
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.