The Beneteau First 36.7 is a modern performance cruiser and this version has the shallow draft keel with good accommodation below in three double cabins and a spacious saloon. 'Habanero' is well presented and well equipped for cruising, with a good turn of speed. She has had only one owner from new and has only been lightly used in recent years.
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8 berths in 4 cabins with 6’4" (1.9m) headroom. Two berths forward with hanging cupboard and stowage under. Heads compartment to port with Jabsco marine toilet, wash basin and hot and cold pressurised shower. Settee berths to port and starboard with large folding dinning table. Chart table to starboard with good stowage and space for instrumentation. Galley to port with Frigomatic 90 litre 12 volt fridge, Eno two burner gaz cooker with oven, twin stainless steel sink with hot and cold pressurised water and crockery and cutlery for 8 persons. Two double cabins aft. 300 litre plastic water tank. Water heated from calorifier off the engine. White vinyl cushions in saloon and off-white soft cushions in three double cabins. Hot and cold shower on transom.
Volvo MD2030 29hp, three cylinder, fresh water cooled diesel engine with Saildrive and two bladed folding propeller. Electric starting. Reverse gear. Single lever removable throttle lever. 75 litre rotomoulded diesel tank. cruising speed 6 knots and max speed under engine 7 knots. Engine hours 901 (approx)
3 x 12 volt 70 amp/hour batteries (all new 2014) charging from alternator on the engine. 220 volt shorepower system with battery charger, immersion heater and sockets. Interior 12 volt lighting throughout.
9/10ths fractional rig. Sparcraft silver anodised, keel stepped, double swept back spreader mast with boom. Spinnaker pole. Discontinuous stainless steel standing rigging. Dyneema running rigging with 2 x spinnaker halyards, 1 x genoa halyard and high topping lift. 36:1 cascade backstay adjuster. Slab reefing mainsail with lazyjacks. Solid vang. Facnor R200 headsail furling system with twin grooves. Full Lewmar deck gear with towable cars on No.1 and No.3 genoa sheet tracks. Full width cockpit mainsheet track with 6:1 mainsheet and 36:1 fine tune system. 10 Spinlock clutches and 4 jammers on the coachroof. 2 x Lewmar 48ST self tailing sheet winches. 2 X Lewmar 40ST self tailing halyard winches
Built by Beneteau in 2004 to a Bruce Farr design. Blue GRP hull with white caveta line and boot top stripe. White GRP decks and superstructure with moulded white non-slip decks. Teak toe rail. Teak cockpit seats. Self draining cockpit. Edson wheel steering with semi balanced rudder. Lead (1.8m) shallow draft low centre of gravity fin keel. Underwater part of hull epoxied from new.
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