Equipamiento completo para regatas: - 1 Génova nuevo Radial all round de Hidranet, (acabamos de adquirirla por 5000€, aún tengo la factura calentita) - 1 Génova de kevlar de reserva - Mayor de Kevlar - Stay de Génova nuevo con enrrollador. - Stay de Génova de base. - 1 Mayor de Capa. - 2 Spi, ligero y grueso. - 1 Genaker - 1 Código Cero nuevo con almacenador + botalón - 1 Motor fueraborda de 2,5 CV - 1 Dingui nueva de 6 plazas - 1 Balsa nueva (1 año) y recien revisada - Recien cambiadas las dos baterias, auxiliar y principal. - Anemómetro nuevo. - Soporte de botavara y todos sus errajes nuevos. - Contra nueva. - Televisión nueva con TDT 12v y 220v - Fondeo electrico, dos anclas y cadena. - Recien pintada obra viva a pistola y antifouling.
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Please contact Bruno Gadea at (+34) 965784320
Características adicionales, equipo e información:
Diseñador: Bruce Farr and Associates
Forma del casco: Monocasco
Eslora total: 11.96 m
Manga: 3.73 m
Eslora en la flotación: 10.62 m
Calado máximo: 2.36 m
Desplazamiento: 6900 Kilogramos
Lastre: 2700 Kilogramos
Peso seco: 6899 Kilogramos
Tipo de motor: Intraborda
Tipo de motor/combustible: Diesel
Número de literas simples: 8
Central de navegación
Equipo de viento
Mayor full batten
Vela de capa
Manufacturer Provided Description
Racing aficionados will not be disappointed with Bruce Farr & Associates' First 40.7 hull. It has an efficient layout, ergonomic cockpit, and impressive sail plan. For those who would rather cruise, the optional removable cockpit lockers, easy to handle furling genoa, fully battened mainsail, and moderate draft, all make the First 40.7 an extremely versatile boat. Structurally, only the best possible performance features have been adopted: injected carbon - vinylester rudder blade; composite rudder stock (with self-aligning upper and lower rudder bearings); and glassed inner structure for rigidity, weight saving, and optimal distribution of stresses from the rigging, keel, and helm. The large wheel is leather covered. The helmsman's seat is slatted teak. The genoa has an efficient sheeting angle of 10 degrees and comes equipped with Lewmar racing ball bearing cars (the mainsail car is the same). The sidedecks are wide and almost level with extremely efficient nonskid, handrails are always within arms reach, and the foredeck is completely uncluttered. The nav station has an expansive chart table and plenty of shelves and lockers - fine craftsmanship is evident throughout. The electronics panel is slightly curved for maximum instrument viewing. Behind the curved navigator's seat lies a storage shelf perfect for charts, binoculars, and gear. To port, the L-shaped galley is ideal for cooking whether underway or at an anchorage. Galley equipment includes a stainless steel double sink with pressurized hot and cold water, a large 12V refrigerator, gimbaled stove, and plenty of space for storage. The salon is comfortable and is enhanced by plenty of light and ventilation. The settees invite the entire crew to relax, comfortably seating six around the inlaid table. The curved lockers and shelves behind the settees are not only elegant but thoroughly functional. The head is to starboard and forward of the salon. It is fully lined and fitted with a marine toilet, wash basin with shower unit, a hanging locker, and plenty of room for storage. Perfect for offshore racing or extended voyages, the First 40.7 has three sleeping cabins, all with hanging lockers and plenty of shelves. The forward cabin has a private entrance to the head and is ventilated with a large overhead hatch. The two aft cabins also have plenty of ventilation and large berths that are produced in two parts so that leeboards can be installed.
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.