A pocket-rocket cruiser/racer the Beneteau First 21.7 offers very high sailing performance for her size with accommodation for four people. Easily sailed short handed and with a lifting keel she is ideal for exploring/negotiating shallow waters.
We look forward to organising your viewing and answering any questions you may have.
Rhu Boat Sales, Michael Schmidt & Partner, Tel: +0044(0)1436 821606 - firstname.lastname@example.org
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Michael Schmidt & Partner will give access to vessels for viewing on behalf of the owner but it is the sole responsibility of those viewing to make sure they are wearing appropriate clothing and at their sole discretion as to whether it is safe to view the vessel in its location and at their sole discretion as to weather they use ladders or any other means of access that may be made available.
Michael Schmidt & Partner accept no responsibility in the event of any accident / personal injury resulting from any viewing / test sail / demonstration or other event organised at the request of the viewer / interested party.
Accommodation comprises 4 berths in total, a double v berth up forward and two single quarter berths in the saloon. There is a simple galley either side of the lifting keel arrangement which has a small sink with manual fresh water and space for a single burner stove.
The hull and deck are in white GRP, with sandwich construction for the deck moulding. There is foam buoyancy at bow and stern, guaranteeing unsinkability. The ballasted drop keel is raised by a manual jack, and allows easy transport of the boat as well as drying out if required.
The deck is secured with a stainless steel pilpit, stainless steel stanchions with a single stainless steel life line and stainless steel quarter pushpits.
The engine has been serviced annually.