Beneteau First 14
Daysailer from the year 2022 - 4,3m length - in Dumfriesshire (United Kingdom)
First 14 introduces the modern world of fast and planning dinghies to novice sailors. She is a light, fast and exciting dinghy designed with the sailor in mind. The promise of an accessible, easy-to-handle and, foremost, fun sailboat is fulfilled with the design, building technology and quality materials that also simplify maintenance. Available for Delivery today with Full suit of North Sails including A-sail boom up cover and launching trolley. Please call to arrange a viewing.
Features of Beneteau First 14:
Year : 2022
Length: 4.3 m
Location: Dumfriesshire (United Kingdom)
Beam: 1.7 m
Displacement: 74 Kg
Maximum number of passengers: -
Water capacity: -
This Daysailer's equipment
Fully battened mainsail, Furling genoa
Dimensions and Designer
Hull range: 4,30 m
Hull light: 1,70 m
Light displacement (MLC): 74 kg
CE Certification: D2
Mainsail (Dacron): 7,7 sqm
Jib (Dacron): 2,9 sqm
Gennaker (Nylon): 13,2 sqm
Building technology: vacuum-infused GRP
Air gust: 6,10 wm
Naval architect: Samuel Manuard
Industrial design: Gigodesign
Concept and R&D: Seascape
Manufacturer Provided Description
Building on the legacy of the legendary BENETEAU Wizz, the First 14 reproduces the exhilarating world of fast planing dinghies. Light, accessible, and easy to handle, the vessel is perhaps best described as essentially fun, and the condition of her build simplifies service and assurances worry-free ownership.
First 14 is an ideal entry-level dinghy for one or two sailors – a unique gateway to modern sailing that delivers an exciting sailing experience in an easy-to-handle and accessible package. Furling and self-tacking jib, wide and stable body, and roomy open cockpit free of tangled ropes assurance endless fun on the water. She is crafted to be sailed without trapeze, and you can easily adjust the sail area depending on the wind strength or team dimensions without compromising sailing experience, thanks to two centre-board positions. With easy-to maintain deck machinery, alloy rig and Dacron sails she brings hassle-free ownership.
Effortless-to-handle, entry-level dinghy thanks to smart design features – stable body; big, clean and ergonomic cockpit; simplified control lines, furling and self-tacking jib, gennaker snuffer unit, higher boom and no trapeze.
SOLO OR DOUBLE
Adaptable to single- and double-handed teams alike without compromising sailing experience, thanks to two centre-board slots and furling jib for on-the-go sail changes. Ideal for newcomer’s introduction to sailing.
LIGHT AND FAST
Light, modern, wide and flat planning body design and wave-piercing bow result in a very stable dinghy, manufactured with high-condition vacuum infusion sandwich technology.
STABLE AND SAFE
Modern wide and flat body shape with strong chains and piercing bow results in an extremely stable and locker dinghy which gives the team sufficient hiking momentum. That’s why she can be easily sailed without a trapeze.
On land, she is light enough to be transported on the car’s roof, so you will be able to take her everywhere with you. Thanks to flat bench design, she can be easily transported turned upside-down and dividable mast and machinery easily fit into the body, so the car’s backpack remains free for your family’s belongings.
In this case we are acting as brokers only. The Vendor is not selling in the course of a business. Whilst every care has been taken in their preparation, the correctness of these particulars is not guaranteed. The particulars are intended only as a guide and they do not constitute a term of any contract. A prospective buyer is strongly advised to check the particulars and where appropriate at his own expense to employ a qualified Marine Surveyor to carry out a survey and / or to have an engine trial conducted, which if carried out by us shall not imply any liability for such engine on our part.
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Beneteau First 14Advert updated on the 07/06/2023
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Sunbird International Yacht Sales
Ayrshire (United Kingdom)