mardi 23 décembre 2014

Retour à Enkhuizen pour Noël

C'est fait, cette fois-ci nous sommes propriétaires de Bonte Koe.
Les températures sont basses à Enkhuizen en cette saison, et notre enthousiasme est indispensable pour réchauffer l'atmosphère à bord. La ville est toujours aussi charmante.

















































lundi 8 décembre 2014

Chauffage à air pulsé EBERSPÄCHER D7L


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Eberspächer D7L


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dimanche 7 décembre 2014

FIRST 435 : 18 petits frères de Bonte Koe (à vendre ou autres)

1) 1986, n°131, Portugal.

Big bow suite with double bed, cabinets and full head. Spacious salon with several cabinets, U-shaped sofa, foldable dining table and long sofa at starboard. Chart table at starboard and L-shaped galley at port with 12V fridge, stove with oven. Two big aft cabins with double beds and a complete bathroom at starboard side.
Some equipment:
Furuno Radar, Furuno GPS/Plotter, Autohelm Autopilot, Wind station, depthsounder, Speed, VHF with DSC, Electric Windlass, Battery charger, Teak deck, 9 winches.
Sails:
Battened Main sail with lazy bah and furling Genoa I.
Security equipment for 8 people.
Boat in good condition

Spécifications
Pavillon: Portugal
Quille: Quille standard

Dimensions

Maître bau: 4.05 m
Tirant d'eau maximum: 2.05 m
Déplacement: 10800 Kilogrammes
Lest: 4200 Kilogrammes

Motorisation

Puissance totale: 50 HP

Motorisation 1:

Marque moteur: Perkins 
Année de construction: 1986
Modèle moteur: 4108
Montage: Inbord
Type de moteur/essence: Diesel
Nombre d'heures: 2400
Type de transmission: Prise directe
Puissance moteur: 50 HP


Réservoirs

Nombre de réservoirs d'eau: (500 Litres)
Nombre de réservoirs de carburant: (195 Litres)

Aménagement

Nombre de couchettes simples: 1
Nombre de couchettes doubles: 3
Nombre de cabines: 3
Nombre de salles de bain: 2
Salon transformable

Électronique

Girouette - Anémomètre
Loch-speedomètre
Radio
Sondeur
Pilote automatique
Plotter
VHF
GPS
Compas
Radar

Voiles

Génois sur enrouleur
Grand voile semi-lattée

Accastilage/Gréement

Tangon de spi
Barres à roue

Équipement Interieur

Chargeur de batteries
Réfrigérateur
Four
WC marin
Pompe de cale électrique
Pompe à eau de mer
Pompe de cale manuelle
Eau chaude

Appareillage Électrique

Prise de quai

Équipement Extérieur/Options

Cockpit teck
Échelle de bain
Passavants teck
annexe
Guindeau électrique

Tauds

Lazy bag
Lazy jack























2) Features of Beneteau First 435: (Inautia, 

le 08/12/14)

The boat Beneteau First 435, with a sale price of 55.000€ has dimensions of 13,60m and 4,10m. It is a Sailing yacht of the year 1988 and located in Puerto Deportivo de Las Palmas Gran Canaria, Gran Canaria (Spain). 
  • Name: -
  • Flag: Spanish
  • Shipyard: Beneteau
  • Material: Fibreglass 
  • Beam: 4,10 m
  • Draft: 1,90 m
  • Ballast: -
  • Displacement: 18660 Kg
  • Cabins: -
  • Berths: -
  • Heads: 2
  • Water capacity: 450 L
  • Make of the motor: 37
  • Power: 37 CV
  • Fuel capacity: 200 L






















Equipment:

Electronics

Fully equipped incl. Autopilot (Autohelm 6000), GPS, VHF, Radarreflector

Electricity/ Motor Beneteau First 435

12 V engine and service batteries, shorepower, battery charger, generator

Deck equipment

CQR anchor, primary and secondary winches, electric windlass, bimini, spary hood

Comfort / Interior

one Aft and one FW cabin with double berth and ensuite head with shower, convertible saloon with galley

Sail

Slab reefing Mainsail with lazy jacks, furling Genoa, Spinnaker

Documentation

Lista 7a in date

Maintenance

well maintained by skipper

Observations

new plastimo das oven, osmosis preventive treatment, max folding propeller, delivery in Med and Atlantic








Vente exclusive. Bateau en très bon état. Moteur entièrement reconstruit avec 0 heures. rande 2. Gênes. SPI. 3 cabines + dînette convertible. Instrumentation complète.























4) Sur elg yatchs diffusion (décembre 2014)























6) Vu sur Royal nautisme 














7) SPIRIT, 1986, Australie. 
EUR  90,037 
http://www.yachtworld.fr/bateaux/1986/Beneteau-First-435-2543848/country.australie#.VKLSHDnkOA

Année:
1986
Longueur:
44'
Type de moteur/essence:
Monomoteur
Situé en:
Airlie, stateprovince.QLD, Australie
Matériau de la coque:
GRP
YW#:
76052-2543848
Prix actuel:
A$  135,000 (EUR  90,037) 

IN SURVEY - MUST SELL - OWNER IS ASKING FOR ALL OFFERS ON THIS VESSEL!!! 




Beneteau First 435 1986 in Survey 2C- 2D Fast and a dream to sail 



Spirit is a well maintained Beneteau First 435 Frers designed yacht. 



She was launched in 1987 and has had two previous owners. 



Spirit has been used for skippered charters and sail training and is easily sailed by two people and offers fast comfortable cruising with a three cabin layout each with its own ensuite. She has a large saloon area that comfortably seats 7-8 on a beautiful leather lounge. The galley is equipped with a SMEV 4 burner gas grill & oven and also has a gas barbeque rail mounted in the cockpit and is fitted with eutectic and 12 volt refrigeration.

Electronics include Garmin GPS, Antritsu 3d/plane Radar, Icom HF & VHF radios. The entertainment system includes radio/CD with external and internal speakers. Theres also an excellent wardrobe of sails most new in 2005. 



Spirit has had a great club racing history including the Brisbane to Gladstone race as well as the Northern regattas at Airlie Beach and Hamilton island, winning her division at Hammo in 2006. Spirit offers great value and is ready to sail away with her new owners at the helm bound for her next adventure. Give me a call today!





Machinery
EngineYanmar 4JH2-TE 46.5kw
Fuel TypeDiesel
Drive SystemShaft
PropsHydralign 3-bld feathering
Fuel Capacity / Tanks195L
Fuel Consumption4L/hour
 Rigging
Rig TypeSloop / Diaform wire
Rigging Age2 years
FurlerYes
Lazy JacksYes
Spars2 x s/ pole
 Accommodation
CabinsThree double/ensuite
Total Berths9
SaloonSettee table, berth
Headroom6'+
H/C3
Toilet3
Holding TankYes
Treatment SystemBlack and grey
Comments3 x toilets, only 1 x with holding tank, shower discharge
 Galley
StorageAmple
Fridge12v
Freezer12v
Stove TypeSmev 4-burner grill oven
Hot Water SystemYes
Water Capacity / Tanks500L in three tanks
 Electrics
Lighting System12v
Shore PowerYes - Charging
Batteries4 x 120 house, 1 x engine
 Electronics & Instrumentation
GPSGarmin
SounderYes
Auto PilotAutohelm
RadiosIcom VHF
OtherSounder and log, Tridata, wind not fitted
 Entertainment
AM/FM RadioYes
CDYes
 Safety Equipment
Bilge Pumps5
EpirbYes
LifejacketsYes
DanbuoyYes
Fire ProtectionYes
Flares / VSheetYes
 Deck Hardware / Fittings
Anchor WinchYes
Anchor2
Chain55m
Cockpit Shwr / Deck WashYes
CoversYes



























8) FIRST 435 I, ALIZE (avec quille recevable), 1987, Charleston (USA)

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Alizé is a true pedigree racer/cruiser from the finest era of yachting. She comes from the drawing board of the world’s most prolific designer, the revered
German Frers. She was built at the Beneteau’s Chantier Yard in France, to standards infinitely higher than even their most premium modern offerings.
Those who know these boats, and especially those who have had the opportunity to sail them, know that these are some of the fastest, strongest, and
finest yachts ever built. They sail like a dream in all conditions, with fingertip control & effortless speed that commands a smile whether in a mid-Atlantic
gale or an intra-island Caribbean cruise. Alize is no exception - she is a true testament to the quality of Beneteau’s 80’s yachts, never suffering from soft
spots, osmosis/blisters, warping/flexing, and still utilizing most of her original deck hardware. Simply put, these boats were built to last.
Alize has been meticulously maintained and refit thought her years of cruising the world. She has proven herself as a safe passage-maker, comfortable
live-aboard, lucrative charter boat, & competitive racer - all wrapped up into a timelessly beautiful design that still captures eyes and hearts in every
anchorage she visits. Individually, she is unique - one of only a handful of ‘owner’s edition 435’s that were made with twin stateroom/heads configuration,
larger cockpit, racing deck layout, tall mast, and centerboard-keel setup. She is offered in ‘turnkey’ status, ready to launch, sail, cruise, live, and race as
soon as she's in the water. The current owner is happy to spend time with the buyers covering current/future to-do lists and assisting with the transition in
anyway he can, to ensure that the boat is in good hands. He is also willing to sell the charter business if there is interest, don’t hesitate to inquire further for
figures and projections.
Her current owner is a professional super yacht captain, and has looked after her since purchase in May 2014. He has put Alizé through the paces in every
sense - cruising, racing, and chartering her (captain/crewed charters only) in New England, South Carolina, the Bahamas, and the Caribbean. She kept him
safe and comfortable through multiple short-handed offshore passages, and turned heads in the Caribbean (CSA) racing circuit in 2015. She is now back in
her homeport of Charleston, SC awaiting an eager new captain as her current one is (reluctantly) seeking employment aboard another superyacht.
Please review the specs, equipment list, and photos, and don’t hesitate to contact Charleston Yacht Sales to view this special vessel.


Nom du bateau
Alize

Spécifications
Quille: Dériveur

Additional Descriptions, specs and inventory
Boat Name
Alizé
Builder/Design
Beneteau (Chantier, France)/ German Frers
Registry
USCG Registered,
Min. Draft: 6ft
Max. Draft: 10ft
Weight: 24,000 lbs
Ballast: 12,000 lbs
Engine
Make: Yanmar
Year: 2009
Hours: 300
Model: 4JHE
Power: 50HP
Fuel: Diesel
Pro: Kiwi Prop (feathering 3 blade synthetic/composite)
Tanks
Water: 100 gallons in 3 tanks
Fuel: 50 gallons in 1 tank
Holding: 20 gallons for each head


Accommodations
abins: 2 staterooms, each with double+ berths, ensuite bathrooms with head/sink/shower, hanging wardrobe, shelf space, drawers, bench, AC/DC plugs/
outlets, 12V fans, reading lamps, & plenty of hatches w/ incorporated roll-shades
Galley (port side): top loading fridge & freezer (Frigoboat 12V 2015), double sink w/ both pressure tap &fresh/salt water foot pumps, gimbaled propane
stove/oven, plenty of storage for dishes, utensils, cutlery, etc.
Nav Station (Stbd side): comfortable nav desk w/ full size chart table & drawer, shelf space, cubby space, tool closet, red/white LED reading lamp, electrical
panel, nav instruments, VHF, EPIRB, Sat/phone, barometer+clock, etc
Salon: huge salon with seating for 8+, folding teak table (from mast) with room for 6+, generous cupboard storage, book shelf, 12V fans, LED lighting, lee
cloths for sea berths, 2 built in bar/bottle storage racks

Inside equipment
Spectra watermaker 7 gph, 12V (2015)
Fully stocked offshore ditch bag
Professional/first responder medical kit w/ trauma utensils
Fire/smoke alarms in each cabin & engine space
CO2/gas alarm in galley
Fire extinguishers in each cabin
Propane safety switch w/ outside solenoid
Jabsco bilge, fresh water, and gray water pumps upgraded 2014

Electronics
12V system from new AGM battery bank, engine charging
1800W Xantrex inverter for AC power & shore power management (2014)
Raymarine sailing instruments (most orginal, need replacement)
Globalcomm satellite phone w/ pc adapter for data
x1 EPIRB (2014)
VHF station in nav station, w/ remote mic on helm
x3 personal AIS transponders (PLBs)
AGM batteries w/ 420 amp/hours (2015)
Garmin touch screen chart plotter on helm (2012)
LED lighting throughout interior
CD/radio head unit and speakers in salon & master cabin
Class B AIS receiver (linked to chart plotter & VHF)

Sails and Rigging
ALL SAILS either new or excellent condition, from Quantum loft in Newport, RI 2014/15
135% racing/cruising genoa (roller furling) in DP Flex material, +UV strip
100% performance/cruising working jib (roller furling) in DP flex material, +UV strip
Performance cruising Dacron mainsail, x2 full battens, x2 half battens, 3 reef points + lazy jacks
SOLAS/IRC rated Orange heavy weight custom storm jib, set on inner stay, with quick launch deck bag
1.25 oz asymmetrical spinnaker w/ snuffer sock system
1.25 oz radial/symmetrical spinnaker (used one time!)
Sunbrella mainsail/boom cover
Isomat aluminum, 3 spreader mast (straight ie. non-swept spreaders)
Isomat aluminum boom
Adjustable baby-stay & custom rigged removable inner stay for staysail & storm jib
ALL running rigging replaced April 2015
ALL sheets/halyards/control lines of Dyneema/Technora/Poly
ALL running rigging specced and purchased via pro rigshop
Running rigging highly specced for offshore racing
Wire-to-rope running backstays, removable/stow-able (against mast), with purchase system for ease of use
All metal shackles, clips, rings, etc also replaced 2015
Dyneema lifelines from cockpit forward
Standing rigging (SS wire) replaced 2012, +/- 5,000 miles on it
Garhauer rigid boomvang upgrade (2014)
Synthetic mast track/car slide for mainsail (2014)
Aluminum spinnaker pole w/ mast slide/track/jaw system (2014)
Garhauer racing blocks (2015)
Most winches original Goiot brand, good condition
Miles of extra lines (sheets, halyards, control, mooring), most in good shape
Dozens of spare blocks, pins, rings, misc. rigging hardware

Deck Equipment
Zodiak 8’ RIB with Airflow & keel + Yamaha 4hp 2-stroke outboard (2015)
12V Maxwell electric anchor windlass (2014)
Garmin/Jeffa 12V Class A autopilot system (2015)
SWITLIK 6-man offshore liferaft, (serviced 2015)
MOB recovery buoy & harness on pushpit
Portable West Marine folding, cushioned ‘captains chair’ for helm
Delta plow galvanized anchor (2015)
250 feet of galvanized chain (2015)
Custom folding teak/varnished cockpit table for 4
SOLAS parachute anchor
Aluminum toe rail w/ 2in holes all around, high strength/functionality, high load rated for blocks, etc
Teak cockpit (2009)
Teak laid seating w/ custom Sunbrella/Foam seat cushions (2014)
Teak companionway
Rail mounted Magma propane BBQ/grill
White non-skid decks (2009)
Blue Sunbrella cockpit bimini (2009)
Canvas/vinyl boom tent (can be used for cockpit or bow)
Most winches original Goiot brand, good condition
Lewmar ‘one-touch’ winch handles
Aluminum racing wheel
Generous sail locker
MASSIVE aft lazaret for fender / misc. storage
Large starboard lazaret (under cockpit seat) for storage
6 fenders w/soft covers
Tower inflatable SUP board & paddle
Wake-skate board & tow harness

Extra Equipment/ Accessories
Boat comes with all cooking, dining utensils & service ware, including basic/passage stuff and nice/new charter ware
-Buckets and buckets of maintenance, cleaning, repair chemicals & tools, including power tools & manual, spare parts
-Folders of instruction manuals, maintenance logs, warranty books, etc
-Sheets (custom made to fit berths), pillows, blankets, sleeping bags
-Extra sets of foul weather gear
-3-5 extra offshore PFDs with incorporated harness
-All boat & personal safety gear ie. med kits, ditch bag, EPIRB, AIS transponders, satellite phone, handheld gps & vhf..
-Plenty of nautical books and magazines
-Large collection of paper charts and electronic chart chips (for the Garmin plotter) from USA, Caribbean, & Bahamas
-Water sports gear: snorkel equipment for 5 pax, paddle board, dinghy, wakeboard, pool/beach floats, etc
-Shore power cable
-Water hose for dock use































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11) Marianinna
Call Gary Connolly Cell 203-812-0676 for a showing. (89000€)


The First was designed by German Frers & built by Beneteau in France to European Blue Water standards, with a N.E. PHRF rating of 60 she is an ocean racer / fast cruiser that will take you anywhere in the world. Since acquiring her in 2004, the current owner has re-equipped her for safety and efficient passage making, including addition of an inner forestay, two electric deck winches, single line 1st & 2nd mainsail reefing, chartplotter with integrated radar, XM Weather, AIS, Depth & Speed. In 2012 she took line honors in the Arc Bahamas race and sailed the 1150 mile return trip to CT in just under 6 days. 

Spécifications
Quille: Quille standard

Dimensions
Longeur hors tout: 43 Pied 6 Pouce
Maître bau: 13 Pied 3 Pouce
Longeur de ligne de flottaison: 35 Pied 1 Pouce
Tirant d'eau maximum: 6 Pied 5 Pouce
Déplacement: 23809 Livres
Lest: 9259 Livres

Motorisation
Puissance totale: 55 HP

Motorisation 1:
Marque moteur: Perkins
Année de construction: 1988
Modèle moteur: 4.108
Montage: Inbord
Type de moteur/essence: Diesel
Hélice: Hélice pliante
Type de transmission: De poupe
Puissance moteur: 55 HP


Réservoirs
Nombre de réservoirs d'eau: (100 Gallons)
Nombre de réservoirs de carburant: (55 Gallons)
Nombre de réservoirs des eaux usées: 2 (20 Gallons)

Aménagement
Nombre de couchettes simples: 3
Nombre de couchettes doubles: 2
Nombre de cabines: 2
Nombre de toilettes: 2

Électronique
Plotter
VHF
Radar
Compas
Lecteur CD
Radio
Loch-speedomètre
GPS
Centrale de navigation
Sondeur
Lecteur DVD
Pilote automatique
Girouette - Anémomètre
Répétiteur(s)

Voiles
Génois sur enrouleur
Tourmentin
Gennaker
Grand voile full batten

Accastilage/Gréement
Barres à roue
Winch électrique

Équipement Interieur
Four
Chargeur de batteries
Pompe à eau de mer
Réfrigérateur
WC marin
Pompe de cale manuelle
Eau chaude
Pompe de cale électrique

Appareillage Électrique
Prise de quai
Convertisseur

Équipement Extérieur/Options
Échelle de bain
Coussins de cockpit
Table de cockpit
Radeau de survie
Capacité de radeaux de survie: 6

Tauds
Taud de grand voile
Taud de fermeture arrière
Bimini Top

Full Specifications
Below deck are comfortable staterooms fore and aft each with enclosed showers / head facilities. The main salon seats six and can be converted to three sea berths. The generous forward facing navigation station is well equipped with the essentials. The galley has a three burner stove/oven, refrigerator, ice box and double sink with seawater foot pump. Sail inventory includes 2 Mains, 5 Headsails, 2 Staysails, and Tri-Radial spinnaker. For serious Blue Water passages an inner forestay can be set for Staysail or storm jib and an emergency rudder can be fitted to a specially designed transom mount.
Beneteau First 435, Specifications:
L.O.A. 43.5 ft.
L.W.L. 35 ft. 1 in.
BEAM 13 ft. 3 in.
DRAFT 6 ft. 5 in.
DISPLACEMENT 23,809 lbs.
Ballast 9259
E 15.58
P 51.73
J 17.26
I 57.97
Sail Area 930 Sq Ft.

Accommodations
“Owners” version has fore & aft staterooms. Aft cabin has double berth with Port & Stbd. seating, hanging lockers, drawers, additional storage and fully enclosed head/shower. Traditional forward V-berth has hanging locker, storage and enclosed head/ shower. Each stateroom has warm LED and fluorescent lighting and efficient Caframo fans.

Salon features Port & Starboard settees comfortably seating six for dining. There are four corner cabinets with shelf space on both sides. The table folds down and port settees convert to two sea berths. Lee cloths convert the starboard settee to a third sea berth. Salon cushions were reupholstered in 2014. Weems & Plath barometer & ships clock are mounted on the forward bulkhead to starboard and gimbaled oil lamp to port.
The navigation station to starboard includes SSB, VHF with remote cockpit mic, Stereo/CD/USB, secondary networked chartplotter, and Link battery monitor ( See electronics).

Additionally, there is a hanging wet locker at the entryway, additional access to aft head from the main salon, warm LED & fluorescent lighting throughout and stereo sound system with remote cockpit speakers.
Galley
Efficient L-shaped with ample storage
Double SS sink with pressure H/C water and salt water foot pump
4.5 Cu Ft. Adler-Barbour refrigerator box w/freezer compartment (12V compressor)
4.5 Cu Ft. Ice Box with footpump drains
3 burner gimbaled LPG stove/oven
Cockpit
Custom pedestal w/ Navpod Instrument console housing Chartplotter ( See Nav Electronics), remote VHF mic/speaker, Richie HV-76 Helmsman compass, Datamarine LX-360 Wind speed/direction, Autohelm ST-7000 autopilot and engine controls,.
Cocktail table (Approx. 15X 20) and full dining table ( approx. 24 X 30).
Fully retractable custom dodger with connector to bimini and aft weather panel with matching mainsail cover w/accent stripes ( new in 2012).
Teak bench seats with raised rounded helm seat and teak floor gratings.
Self bailing floor with oversized scuppers
Large (48 inch. diameter) wheel with leather cover.
Stern Rail mounted Magna gas grill and O/B engine bracket
Transom Mounted Swim Ladder
Deep port locker: access to aft holding tank, sail storage and many more accessories, etc.
Deep aft locker with access to stern anchor, steering system, LPG locker, autopilot drive and space for many more accessories.
Shallow starboard locker: ideal for rapid access items ( ditchbag, liferaft, etc.).
Deck Equipment:
Optimized for efficient sail handling underway with all sail controls including Single line 1st & 2nd mainsail reefing are led to cockpit.
Lewmar winches:
2 – #55 ST Two speed Primaries ,
2 – #40 ST “Ocean Electric” ( Cabin-top Secondaries) for Halyards, mainsheet, vang, furler, and reefing.
6 – #40 Utility ( 4 forward and 2 aft).
O/B Engine hoist and stern bracket
Navigation Electronics:
Garmin GMS10 navigation network integrates the following Garmin instrumentation:
GPSMAP 3010C chartplotter at helm
GPSMAP 3206 Secondary chartplotter at Nav. station below
GMR 40 ( 40 mile ) Radar
GSD 20 Sounder module ( Depth, Speed, Temperature ).
GDL 30/30A Marine Weather/audio satellite receiver
Garmin AIS 600 Marine traffic transceiver
Two GPS 17 GPS/WAAS Antennas
Power on/off switches at Navpod console
East coast electronic charts from Canadian border through the Bahamas
LED Lights: Bow Stern, Steaming & Masthead Tri Color/Anchor.
Communication Electronics
ICOM IC-M700 HF Single sideband Radiotelephone with
AT-120 HF Automatic Antenna Tuner
Laid-in copper mesh ground plane
Insolated backstay antenna
ICOM 602 VHF with remote cockpit Microphone with mast mounted hailer and auto fog horn signaling.
Garmin AIS 600 marine traffic transceiver.
Pioneer DEH-P26 Stereo AM/FM, CD, USB/Smartphone input. with cockpit speakers.
Standing Rig
Triple spreader, keel stepped mast with 1 x 19 stainless steel shrouds – Rig is unstepped, stored separately & inspected annually.
Baby stay, Adjustable backstay & Running Backstays
Furlex Type D head sail furler,
Inner forestay 1X19X ¼” with appropriate Bulkhead chainplate & Mast fittings ( can be re-positioned off the foredeck).
Selden Rod Kicker
Spinnaker pole
Masthead Tricolor, VHF Antenna & Windex, Spreader lights, LED Foredeck and LED Steaming lights.
Frame & tarp winter cover.

Sails & Rigging
Configured for single handed cruising and full crew racing/passagemaking.
Main sails: Original mylar reinforced triple reef main ( aerial photo) is in good condition for general cruising & delivery etc. Newer main (2012) is full batten, triple reef, made of 10.3 high modulus “Challenge” Dacron to offshore standards by Kappa Sails, Westbrook CT ( not an overseas factory).
Single line reefing: 1st & 2nd mainsail reefing is done from the cockpit. Important for safety, because when it’s easier to reef, one tends to reef sooner and also no one needs to go on deck. Third reef is traditional slab type.
Electric deck winches: Original Lewmar 40 ST’s have been replaced with two Lewmar electric 40 ST. These are used on Starboard for: Main, first reef and two spare halyards, and on Port: Mainsheet, Vang, second reef, Staysail Halyard and Spinnaker halyard.
Inner Forestay: A 7/8 rig inner forestay allows for either the 85% working jib or storm jib to be rigged for high wind conditions without removing the furled headsail. When not in use the inner forestay is secured back near the shrouds clearing the foredeck.
Seven foresails: Headsails are luff taped, staysails are hanked, these include:
  • 2 Dacron w/UV covers 130 & 150 Genoas
  • 2 Mylar/Kevlar composite 100 & 150 racing Headsails (lightly used)
  • 1 Mylar100% light air drifter Headsail
  • 2 Dacron 45 & 85 Staysails


Engine, Mechanical & Electrical
Perkins 4.108 Diesel 55 HP – well maintained & upgraded - See upgrades by date
Spares: Oil, Primary & Secondary Fuel filters, Hi Amp, V-Belt, Engine Bleed Kit.
Hurth HBW-250-3R Transmission
PYI Maxiprop 21 inch Two Blade folding, and original 2 blade fixed prop.
Volvo dripless shaft seal & Cutlass bearing
Goiot Steering system with 48 “ Wheel & emergency tiller.
120 VAC Power systems:
120 VAC 30 Amp. Shore power inlet
Marinco 50 Ft. shore power Chord set
3 Pole breaker panel & GFI outlets.
160 Watt Jensen power inverter & outlet at Navigation station
12 VDC System
6 – Six volt industrial deep cycle House batteries totaling 660 Amp Hrs ( 2010).
Sealed AGM Start Battery ( 2010)
NewMar PT40CE marine grade 40 Amp battery charger
Engine mounted Leece-Neville 105 Amp Alternator
Balmar Digital Duo charge DCD 12/24 ( charges start battery from house battery )
Link Battery monitor (charge rate, remaining power for House & Start batteries)
Anchoring
Deep self draining anchor locker with salt water washdown
Dual SS bow fittings with locking pins and anchor/chain rollers
Primary Anchor: 35 lb. CQR, 160 ft 4G high tensile 5/16 chain, labeled at 20 ft. intervals, bitter end shackled to strong point.
Secondary Anchor: 20 lb. Danforth (High-Tensile), 25’ chain 100’ rode. ( Stern locker).
Lofrans Cayman electric windlass mounted in anchor locker with new footswitches.
LED Masthead anchor light.
Anchor watch GPS function.
Tankage:
Fuel 55 Gallons
Water 100 Gallons in three tanks
12 Gallon Water heater
Holding: two 20 Gallon tanks with Y-valve to each head
Shurflow 3200 Macerator pump ( Aft holding tank discharge)
Important added Safety Equipment
Avon 6 person liferaft (needs recertification)
Integrated Nav system with AIS Transceiver
Lifesling MOB Retrieval system
Automatic Haylon extinguisher in Engine room
Hailer, automatic fog horn Masthead Strobe light
Port & Starboard Jack-lines
Emergency rudder & Mount
Inner forestay / Storm jib
Details of Owner Improvements ( Just the last 4 years):
2014:
Salon cushions were reupholstered (Sunbrella “Spectrum Sailor”)
New 21” PYI Maxi folding prop
Replaced cutlass bearing & Dripless shaft seal
Bronze through hull shut-off valves for both heads
Added thru-hull / shut-off valve for macerator discharge
Replaced all sanitation hoses & Y-valve for aft head
Replaced engine raw water pump
Replaced Masthead & Boom sheaves ( Very important !!)
New Airmar B744V transducer ( depth, speed & temperature).
2013
Replaced all cabin incandescent lighting with warm LED
Replaced engine fresh water pump and exhaust riser
Refurbished engine heat exchanger
Replaced Jabasco aft head pump mechanism
Added Caframo high efficiency fans to each stateroom
2012
Added Custom folding Dodger & Matching mainsail cover with accent strips
Replaced Navigation lighting with LED
New Kappa offshore Mainsail
Replaced two Lewmar 40 ST with electric
Custom built emergency rudder and transom mount
Custom built salon convertibility to sea berths
Replaced all reefing lines and added hardware for single line reefing system
Replaced Masthead VFH Antenna and coaxial cable.
Rig professionally inspected
2011
Replaced original manual windlass with Lofrans electric
Original pedestal upgraded added Navpod & New electronics
Added Macerator / holding discharge system
Replaced double Lifelines & Gates
Added Inner forestay, appropriate bulkhead hardware & mast fittings
Replaced Halyards: main, furler, jib & spinnaker
Traveler car rebuilt with new bearings.
Datamarine masthead wind sensor refurbished
Replaced Selden rodkicker piston & Guides
Fuel pump, fuel lines replaced,
Installed FlowScan fuel monitor sensors ( needs completion)
Replaced Masthead Tricolor/ anchor/strobe Housing added LED
Replaced Bow Light housing added LED
Replaced Main 12V power battery switches

Owner comment: Priority on the upgrades has been toward safety and ease of sailing with the intent of sailing ocean route to the Bahamas with four family members. Our experience reinforced the several imperatives starting with a seaworthy hull and rig:
The ability to maintain SSB communication with our weather router
The navigation system for tracking fronts and anticipating squalls with radar.
Having a second (backup) chart plotter at the nav station enabling us to monitor status below while the on-deck crew was occupied.
The single line mainsail reefing system facilitated shortening sail at night and
The inner forestay arrangement which was used most of the passage south.

















12) FIRST 435 S (Le Bon Coin, Juin 2015, 55000€ (à débattre), à Deauville)

FIRST 435 S année 1986 version propriétaire, longueur 13,40m largeur 4,10m, TE 2,20m

Moteur Perkins 50 cv modèle 4108
Eau 540 litres, fuel 180 litres
Grand voile lattée triradiale, full batten, easy bag et lazy jack
génois sur enrouleur, spi lourd, spi medium, voiles comme neuves
2 cabines (dont une grande propriétaire), 2 cabinets de toilette, 7 couchages en tout
- Électronique : sondeur, loch anémomètre multi 3100, traceur GPS lecteur de cartes, Nawman tracker 5380, pilote raymarine ST6101+, radar Furuno M1715
- Ballon d'eau chaude 220volts / moteur
- chauffage air chaud Eberspacher
- Guindeau électrique
- chargeur automatique de batteries
- capote de roof
- radeau CL 5 container 2007
- annexe avec moteur tohatsu 2,5 cv





13) AISLINN, US$ 63,500 (EUR  56,319), Etats Unis, côte Est. (Juin 2015)


This is the two cabin version of the German Frers design.  The First 435 is made for fast passages.  This particular vessel has had over $70,000.00 in upgrades/improvements since 2008.  She is ready to go and with the solar panels and winder generator, she can be "off the grid".  Aislinn is in great shape and worthy of a viewing.

Check out her specifications, extras, and upgrades.  Aislinn was repowered with a Yanmar 4JH5E in 2011.  You will want to see this boat that is so fairly priced.

We value your time, so call to set up a time to view this fine vessel.



















































14) SAJUDIS (Poulsbo, Seatle, vendu le 08/03/16 à 79950 $ sur Yachtword), n° de coque 130.






































































15) Etats Unis, 1985























16) CALYPSO OF WIGHT, 1985.






17) Kemah, Etats Unis, 1986) PATRIOT (Yachtword, 72018 €, 16/12/16)

Nom du bateau
Patriot (1986)

Spécifications
Quille: Quille standard

Dimensions
Longeur hors tout: 43 Pied 7 Pouce
Maître bau: 13 Pied 3 Pouce
Longeur de ligne de flottaison: 36 Pied 9 Pouce
Tirant d'eau maximum: 7 Pied 6 Pouce
Lest: 9260 Livres
Hauteur sous barrots: 6 Pied 2 Pouce
Poids à sec: 23809 Livres

Motorisation
Puissance totale: 50 HP

Motorisation 1:
Marque moteur: Perkins 
Année de construction: 1986
Modèle moteur: 4108
Montage: Inbord
Type de moteur/essence: Diesel
Hélice: Hélice bipale
Type de transmission: Prise directe
Puissance moteur: 50 HP

Réservoirs
Nombre de réservoirs d'eau: 2 GRP (50 Gallons)
Nombre de réservoirs de carburant: 1 (55 Gallons)
Nombre de réservoirs des eaux usées: 2 Plastique (22 Gallons)

Aménagement
Nombre de couchettes simples: 1
Nombre de couchettes doubles: 3
Nombre de cabines: 2
Nombre de toilettes: 2

Accommodations


This boat has the popular "Owner's Version" interior layout with a forward V-Berth cabin and a centerline cabin aft. There are two head compartments, one forward and one aft and a large main salon amidships. The galley is located aft of the main salon on the port side. There is a dedicated navigation station on the starboard side across from the galley. There are numerous lockers and storage cabinets located throughout the boat.
There are sleeping accommodations for seven people. The forward cabin contains a large V-berth and a small desk with drawers. The large aft cabin has a centerline mounted full-size bed with seating areas to port and starboard. There is standing headroom in both cabins. The main salon settees provide additional berthing and there is a sea berth located above the port settee.
This vessel was built with two head compartments. The forward head is equipped with a vanity sink with handheld shower and a USCG Type II electric marine head with fresh water flush provided by an additional, dedicated 40 gal. tank mounted under the V-berth in the forward cabin. The aft head compartment had a vanity sink and manual USCG Type II approved marine sanitation devise. A molded plastic holding tank was located under the forward V-berth for the forward head and another molded plastic holding tank was located in the port lazarette for the aft head.









































18) Etats Unis, 1986