The following details were obtained either from our personal knowledge of the boat, survey reports & inspections, and/or owners manuals of the various boat systems. We have nearly every manual to all major systems on the boat, including the original Beneteau manufacturer manual that includes schematics and diagrams of electrical, plumbing, and other key boat systems (very helpful when troubleshooting!).

Length: 16.7m (54′)
Width: 4.9m (16′)
Draft: 2.35m (7.5′) – Bulb keel for improved upwind sailing performance
Displacement: 31,574 lb
Water Tank Capacity: 970l (256 gallons) – 3 separate tanks
Fuel Tank Capacity: 470l (125 gallons) – 2 tanks; one dedicated to engine; one for generator but can be diverted to engine tank
Black Water Holding Capacity: 80l – Stern head is only one set up with holding tank

2009 Yanmar 4JH4-HTE 110hp – 4444 hours (see detailed maintenance records) Engine has been well cared for, is incredibly reliable, and in great condition
7KW Cummins Onan Generator, model MDKBL (7400 hours). Runs great; very reliable; see detailed maintenance records
Max Power CT125 Bowthruster with dedicated 300 Ah 12V deep cycle battery bank
600 Ah House Battery Bank (installed May 2019)
2 40A Dolphin battery chargers; additional Mastervolt 110V battery charger on board
Mastervolt 2000W Inverter
Mastervolt Battery Monitor BTM-III & Megapulse Battery First-Aid Monitor
Silentwind Wind Generator

Traditional Sloop Rigging. Rigging inspection completed in 2018
Two sets of sails (prior owners kept their old set when they replaced the sails)
Full radial asymmetrical spinnaker. Mint condition. Beautiful orange color
Storm sail (never used)
Rigid Selden Boom Vang
Roller furler for head sail
Inner forestay; Adjustable backstay
3 reef points on main sail
Spinnaker pole & Selden Bow Sprit (great for wing on wing sailing)
Harken electric winches in cockpit
Winchard Gyb’Easy Boom Brake
Elegant Spreader lights & bright foredeck spotlight

Factory Dark Blue Gelcoat
Black Ablative Bottom Paint (re-applied Nov 2018)
Full teak decks
Dual carbon fiber Nautica steering wheels with starboard wheel lock
Large bimini & dodger providing full shade and wind protection in cockpit; canvas replaced March 2019 with Cadet Grey Sunbrella. Port and starboard pockets added
Cockpit table with foldable wings and integrated storage inside table. New varnish applied November 2018.
Cockpit speakers (installed January 2019)
Custom cushions for all cockpit seats; plus 2 additional adjustable Navy Blue cockpit chairs
Covers for wheels, winches & hatches when not in use
Magma propane BBQ on stern starboard rail (installed January 2019)

4-cabin layout with 5th crew-cabin in foredeck (currently used for storage)
3 heads with electric quiet-flush toilets, full showers, and diaphragm drain pumps
Full Air-Conditioning with 3 separate zones all with digital control displays. Salon 16,000 BTU / Forward cabins 12,000 BTU (new unit installed March ’19) / Aft cabins 8,000 BTU
Custom laser-cut molded carpet throughout salon, galley, and all cabins
Salon table that seats 8. Also collapses to large bunk for sleeping or lounging
Caframo Sirocco II DC cabin fans with 360′ swivel, timer, & adjustable speed in all cabins
Navigation desk with storage and access to electrical control panel
Bose Acoustimass 3-speaker system (50W/channel) including sub-woofer under salon seating
Integrated stereo system with large TV, Bluetooth adapter, and digital touch display
Retractable covers, shades & screens over all hatches and windows

Raymarine E120 Navigation system. Dual multi-function displays; presently the display at the Captain’s table has a blown transformer on the back-light, Cockpit display still in working order
AIS650 with transponder
ST6002 Autopilot with SmartPilot Remote Control
ST70 digital displays at both helms
Repeater display in aft starboard cabin
Fully integrated wind, speed, radar, GPS instrumentation
ICOM IC-M505 VHF radio at Nav desk & HM-162SW VHF radio at starboard helm
2 additional handheld VHF radios
Plastimo compass on each helm

25 kg “Bugle” primary Anchor; 16 kg “Brittany” secondary/stern anchor
35 kg Delta anchor used as a back-up (currently stored below)
275′ of 1/2″ stainless steel chain; marked every 25 feet (additional chain stored below)
Lewmar Windlass CPX4 (installed 2017)
Quick remote control at bow
Quick chain counter and control at starboard helm

10’8″ Walker Bay 325 Deluxe Supertender (purchased December 2018)
18 hp 2-stroke Nissan outboard engine (purchased December 2018)

Deep Fiberglass V-hull
Large bow locker and storage bench with cupholders
Two 6-gallon fuel cans, anchor with chain, and all other needed accessories
Dinghy fits on the foredeck between mast and inner forestay
Stainless steel engine hoist on port stern corner of boat

Dessalator Duo D60 water-maker (970 hours). Membranes replaced and minor repairs completed March 2019. Clutch disengaged so it only runs in DC mode.
40L hot water heater. Heated either by heat exchanger of engine or 110V power from generator/shore power.
Transom shower

3-burner gas stove
700W GE Microwave
2 propane tanks supplied
2 large refrigerators; one front-loading & one top-loading in countertop
Seagull water purifying filter spigot at galley sink (installed November 2018). Removes bacteria, viruses, particles, tank taste, odors & certain organic chemicals
Fully stocked with all needed cooking and serving utensils
Molded resin countertops with routed lip on perimeter throughout
Under-mount dual sink located near center-line of boat
Fitted cutting board covers for sink openings

EPIRB purchased April 2018
8-person Viking Liferaft with RORC recommended safety equipment. Re-inspected March 2019 & certified thru Feb 2021
Lifejackets for 8+ people
1100 gallon/hr bilge pump with manual bilge pump handle in cockpit
Emergency tiller and quick connection in cockpit
Smoke/Carbon Monoxide detectors installed in salon & all 4 cabins
4 fire extinguishers placed throughout cabin
(We utilize an Iridium GO for satellite cell phone usage, however it is not included in the sale of the boat. There is a satellite phone antennae installed on the rigging)