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2007 Beneteau 49'

Hampton, Virginia

$295,000

MUST SEE!  New to the market and ready for this seasons cruising departure.  This meticulously maintained seasoned blue water cruiser has been used to live seasonally in the Caribbean the last several years.  All the luxuries of life on the water.       

The sleek, classic Beneteau 49 represents an era of truly exceptional Beneteau sailing yachts and this 2007 Beneteau earned the 2007 Cruising World Boat of the Year - Best Full Size Production Cruiser.  The profile and look of the hull and deck, designed by Berret Racoupeau, were modernized while retaining the major assets that have made Beneteau yachts admired.  Below decks, Nauta designers drew strikingly beautiful lines combined with brilliant woodwork, and superb materials to bring the Beneteau 49 to a beautiful level of interior luxury.

The companionway stairs are comfortable with handrails for safety.  Good engine access is through three large openings under companionway area.  Below the stairs is a counter for immediate access to ditch bag and safety equipment.  The galley is large and to port with a double sink in a stand-alone cabinet and well appointed with separate fridge and freezer, 3-burner Force-10 propane stove, and microwave.  Access to the aft cabin is to starboard and has a large free standing queen mattress bunk and hanging locker storage with a vanity to port.  The aft head is to starboard, with access from saloon and aft cabin and a separate shower stall.  The forward-facing chart table is on the starboard side, with a dedicated seat that has easy access to instruments, radios, electrical panels, inverter, and navigation/boat manuals storage.  There is a settee with storage forward of the chart table.  The dining settee with storage and two stools (with storage) is to port.  The table can pivot and fold out to form a large dining table.  The stools can be placed directly next to the settee to form a single additional berth.  The forward cabin is in the bow area aft of the anchor locker and sail locker, with a queen mattress bunk that can be accessed from both sides.  The vanity with moveable stool and storage is to starboard, storage to starboard and port, and under the bunk.  The forward head has an electric toilet, basin, and separate shower compartment.

Dimensions
LOA:  49.54 ft / 15.10 m Hull Length:  49.39 ft / 14.75 m
Beam:  14.73 ft / 4.49 m LWL:  43.64 ft / 13.30 m
Draft:  5.91 ft / 1.8 m
Mast Clearance Height (from waterline):  64.79 ft / 19.75 m (add instruments)
Displacement:  28,517 lb / 12,935 kg SA:  1,024.00 sq ft / 19.13 sq m
Ballast:  9,480 lbs

Sails and Rigging
Inmast furling vertical batten mainsail (New Neil Pryde) Furling genoa (140%) (New Neil Pryde) Furling genoa (140%) (New Doyle) ProFurl furler on forestay Selden Mast and Boom Rigid boom vang Jibe preventers Genoa tracks on side decks with adjustable cars 2x Lewmar CST46 electric self-tailing winches on coachroof. 2x Lewmar ST65 electric self-tailing winches on coaming All running rigging leads aft to cockpit and accommodates single-handed sailing if necessary

Sail Area
I:  55.75 ft
J:  18.42 ft
P:  51.67 ft
E:  18.42 ft
Working sail area:  1,773.00 sq ft 

Keel
Shoal Draft with bulb and spade rudder
Maximum draft:  5.75 ft

Power Engine
Engine brand:  Yanmar
Engine power:  78 HP
Year built:  2007
Engine Type:  Inboard
Fuel Type:  Diesel
Drive type:  Direct Drive

Propeller
Max-Prop Automatic Feathering 3 Blade with line cutters

Generators
Fischer Panda 8 KW Genset; complete rebuild in 2017    2772Hrs
Honda EU2200i Companion Inverter Generator with Co-Minder

Solar
4 Solar panels mounted on Kato Arch

Instruments and Radios
Raymarine ST 6002 Autopilot Raymarine Hybrid-Touch Chartplotter Navionics Chart Chips Raymarine HD Color Radar:  48 mile range Raymarine ST60 TriData Raymarine ST60 Graphic Display Raymarine ST60 Wind Display Raymarine RAY55 VHF Raymarine AIS 700 Transceiver (2018) Icom VHF Marine IC-M604 Radio and repeater at helm Icom VHF Marine IC-M422 Radio (backup) Icom HF Marine IC-M802 SSB Radio

Tanks
Fuel Tank Capacity:  Main 62 US gal / 235 L, Auxiliary 32 gal / 66.7 L
Fresh Water Tank Capacity: 2 each 74 US gal each (Total = 148 gal / 565 L)
Waste Tank Capacity: 2 @ 21 US gal each (42 gal / 160 L total)

Galley and BBQ
Force 10/Beneteau 3-burner gimbaled stove and oven, with 2 LP bottles in self-draining locker in aft floor of cockpit Tappan 700 watt microwave oven Vitrifrigo Refrigerator (front loading) Dometic Freezer (top loading) Double sink Hot and cold mixer faucet Corian counter tops Ample storage Magma Gourmet Series Marine Gas Grill Model A10-918 (attached to aft pushpit)

Electrical and Other
Electric toilets - Jabsco Quiet Flush Model 37245 Sweies with macerator pumps
Washer/Dryer vented - Splendide large drum installed in cabinet
Samsung 40" 4K HD television on concealed lifter from cabinet next to bulkhead in main saloon Samsung 4K HD Video CD Player
WIFI Cannon wireless color printer
Inverter/Charger 4 Batteries - Lifeline 1 × 12 V Start Battery 1 × 12V Bowthruster Battery 110V/12V system 2 × 30A shorepower inlets 2 × 30A shorepower cables 2 freshwater pumps
Xantrex LinkPro battery monitoring system Navigation Lights 12V Hella fans (6) Reading lights LED lighting throughout
Water Heater (11 gal) Racor 500MA Series
Fuel Filter/Water Separator
Built in Oceanair hatch screens and shades Hatch scoops

Anchor and Chain
Wireless and hardwired windlass remotes
45 lb Delta Anchor with 120 ft chain
45 lb Danforth Anchor Anchor
wash-down system

Safety
Global Fix Pro 604 MHz GPS EPIRB Floodlight for stern platform on arch with remote control Floodlight for deck Viking RescYou Offshore 6 person life raft (needs recertification) Life raft storage with double door in transom Lopolight Masthead Tri-color light and emergency strobe Man Overboard Modual (MOM) 8-A rescue single pin horseshoe (needs recertification) Lifesling Overboard Rescue System with hard case Sirius Signal SOS LED Electronic Distress Strobe Ditch bag Jacklines Other safety equipment

Other Equipment
AB Navigo 10' 6" Rib with bow locker 9.8 hp Tohatsu outboard motor Custom dinghy chaps and winter cover Rib vang lifters with cam locks on Kato Arch and motor lifter blocks with cams Fully enclosed cockpit (dodger, bimini, connector, all side curtains, and shades) Extra large storage compartment with ladder on foredeck aft of anchor locker for fenders and fuel cans, extra anchors, and other deck items 8 Fuel cans 6 Taylor Made Big B fenders - new Dock lines - new Dorade vent Traveller forward of dodger Cockpit cushions for all seating Fiberglass cockpit table with leaves Beneteau cockpit light Chartplotter at stern end of table Dual helms with instruments at both helms Kato Arch Hatch covers Cockpit lazarettes both aft sides and port side Propane locker with 2 10 lb aluminum tanks Hinged stern seat to transom swim platform Transom shower Stern platform swim ladder Dinghy swim ladder Mast uplights (red)

Basic Boat Info

Boat Name: Charmed Life
Make: Beneteau
Model: 49'
Year: 2007
Condition: Used
Category: Sail
Construction: Fiberglass
Boat Hull ID: BEYN8026A707
Has Hull ID: Yes
Keel Type: Bulb Keel

Dimensions

Length: 49 ft
Length Overall: 49'5 ft
Beam: 14'8 ft
Bridge Clearance: 64 ft
Cabins Count: 2

Engines / Speed

Engines: 1
  • Fuel: Diesel
  • Engine Hours: 2820

Other

Heads Count: 2
Boat Class: Cruisers

Contact

Emily Kroher
Rudders & Moorings Yacht Sales, LLC

Office

Rudders & Moorings Yacht Sales LLC
83 Windward Lane
Bristol, Rhode Island, US, 02809
Tel:1-855-AHOYMATE (1-855-246-9628)


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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.
Additional Contact Information

emilykroher@ruddersandmoorings.com

(410) 575-3347

 


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