Beneteau First 44.7

Sailing cruiser from the year 2004 - 13,7m length - in Dumfriesshire (United Kingdom)

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102.703 €
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Sunbird International Yachts Sales are pleased to present to the market Lisa  RORC yacht of the year in 2017 and RORC Season points championship overall winner 2016/17 Large Sails inventory, Up-rated winches,  3 frame sprayhood, excellent racing and cruising sails The ideal boat for fast conformable cruising and IRC racing     

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Features of Beneteau First 44.7:

Basic data

  • Type: Sailing cruiser

  • Year : 2004

  • Length: 13.7 m

  • Location: Dumfriesshire (United Kingdom)

  • Name: Lisa

  • Flag: -

  • Shipyard: Beneteau

  • Material: Fibreglass

Dimensions

  • Beam: 3.98 m

  • Draft: -

  • Ballast: 3410 Kg

  • Displacement: 9785 Kg

Capacity

  • Maximum number of passengers: -

  • Cabins: 3

  • Berths: 4

  • Heads: 2

  • Water capacity: 400 L

Motor

  • Number of engines: 1

  • Power: 55 HP

  • Fuel capacity: 200 L

  • Motor type : Inboard

  • Fuel type : Diesel

  • Make of the motor: Yanmar 4JH4CE

  • Engine usage (hours): -

More information on the boat

  • Monohull

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This Sailing cruiser's equipment

Electronics

Cd player, Plotter, Autopilot, Compass, Depthsounder, Wind speed and direction, Cockpit speakers, Dvd player, Log speedometer, Vhf, Navigation center, Gps, Tv set, Radio

Electricity/ Motor Beneteau First 44.7

Engine 
Yanmar 4JH4CE with 55HP engine with Sail Drive transmission.
Ventilated and soundproofed engine room, engine on mounting manufactured into structure of the body.
Seawater filters.
Fully Serviced July 2020 
Propeller(s)
2 bladed racing Eliche Radice 
3 Bladed Max prop (very efficient and higher cruising speed)
1 rotomoulded 200 L diesel gasoline basin, located under the starboard aft dock and tailored with an electric gauge, sediment filter reservoir and remote shut-off valve.Engine start and control panel located outside near the helm position. Spinlock Flush Racing engine control lever manufactured into the cockpit coaming.
Aluminium filler cap located on deck aft of the cockpit.
Electrical
The 12 V electric circuit is supplied by two 140 A illumination and assistance batteries (2017)
The charger isolation switches (+/-), located in the seaport aft cabin, protect the circuit.
A voltmeter and ammeter enable good management of the charger installation.
Specific beams are inlaid in the deck to supply the integrated beaming in the deckfront as well as various electrical appliances (pumps, windlass, direction illumination, etc.).
Pre-cabled sheaths are positioned to make it easier to install options.
Batteries and Charging 
By alternator attached to the engine. 220 V sand potential supply (protected by a circuit breaker).
Electric Panel
A 12 V backlit electric panel, 16 functions (with labels and identification) is located above the blueprint desk.
A cigarette beamer socket is located on the panel.
The electric panel provides potential consumption information: the seating of the various basins can be visualized with a water gauge using a selector knob.
Lighting and Sockets 
21 halogen illumination (reading spotillumination) diffuse beam for greater luxury interior.
5 potential outlets have been installed (in the cabins, galley and above the blueprint desk). Navigation illumination: Anchor beam.and Tri-colour beam.  Steaming beam. Deck beam and 
Water System 
All the sea cocks are made of bronze and are provisioned with a quarter turn stop cock.
Draining and Bilge Pumps 
A cesspit located in the keel permits the evacuation of water located in the bilge, using the bilge pump. Two electric pumps for shower room drainage.
Freshwater 
The pressurized freshwater unit (electric pump with filter) has a basic seating of 400 L (two polyester basins located in the body structure at the centre of the vessel have 100 L each and a 200 L roto-moulded basin located under the dock (aft seaport side). Each of the basins has its own filler hole. They can be selected using quarter turn stopcocks for apart use. The semi-rigid piping is of food grade. 
Hot water 
Hot water in the basic version is provided by a 42 L hot water basin working on mixed mode (or by electric resistance supplied by the 12 V circuit, or through the action of a heat exchanger linked to the engine circuit) 240v Shore potential water heating. The taps and shower front.
 

Shore power inlet

Deck equipment

Pearwood stained woodwork. Solid wood fiddles and mouldings.
Moulded wood doors and frames. These are wide to allow easy movement around the vessel. ‘Bird’s beak’ door locks with independent locking.
Cabin mattresses have removable covers and bar padding are covered with easy-maintenance cushioning for durability.
’Hydropont’ style laminated soles (marina quality) with black inlay strip.
All Cabins and Saloon are provisioned with Lee Cloths and the bar has a custom carpet to protect the floorboards and improve grip. 
Forward Cabin 
Headroom: 1.92 m to 2.01 m.
Portholes and hatches: 2 dimensions 30 deck hatches with roller blind. 2 dimensions 1 hinged seaporthole
Starboard: Double cot with 2 drawers 2 stowage safes are located under the cot.
2 safes with 2 levels of stowage compartments is located under the mattresses (one of the safes holds the water basin).
Lateral stowage spaces run the range of the body both seaport side and starboard, as well as the range of the bulkfront at front of the cot.
Two swivelling illumination in the cot front as well as 2 overfront spotillumination.
Portside: A large cupboard with 2 doors (wardrobe and shelves) as well as a dressing desk (with folding desk top, 1 stowage space with door and 1 drawer). 1 settee with stowage safe. Lighting is provided by 1 swivelling beam above the chair and overfront beaming. The frontliner is upholstered on the interior of the body.
The wooded mast safe can be dismantled. 
Forward Heads 
Headroom: 1.87 m.
1 dimensions 44 hinged hatch with rolling blind.
Heads with complete polyester shower group, with optimum water evacuation.
Manual marina front with large bowl and ABS flap and shower chair. Low polyester powder room compartmentet with elliptic washbasin, drain, mixer tap and flexible shower hose.
It is tailored with a handrail/towel rail.
A varnished wooden door in a low position provides access to the stop cocks.The interior of the compartmentet door is tailored with accessories (towel rail, etc.). 
Saloon
Headroom: 2.03 m.
Starboard bar: 1 fixed body seaporthole. 2 dimensions 30 and 44 hinged hatches with rolling blind. 2 dimensions 4 hinged seaportholes with blind on side of coachroof.
U-shaped 2.3 m chair with reclining sterns. Storage space behind the sternrests (4 doors). Bar for large litre seating bottles. Storage safes under the chair  Storage furniture with 4 doors and bar above the sterns.
Oval 1.34 m x 0.85 m bar desk in varnished inlay with bar group. Table legs made of wood and aluminium bases.
Central removable hinged chair. All chairs come with padding.
Portside bar: 1 fixed body seaporthole. 2 dimensions 30 and 44 hinged hatches with roller blind. 1 dimensions 4 hinged seaporthole with blind on side of coachroof.
1 crockery cupboard provides rational stowage space: 3 drawers, stowage using shelf and baskets accessed by 3 doors. Lateral stowage space with 2 doors above the crockery cupboard.
Two wooden handrails are provided to make movement easier when heeling. The polyester inner lining of the deck with its wooden lathing integrates overfront beaming of the galley, the bar and the blueprint desk. Separate switches allow you to select the beaming. 
Starboard Galley 
Headroom: 1.96 m.
1 dimensions 4 hinged seaporthole with blind on side of coach roof.
Laminated white worktop. High moulded wood fiddle around the worktop to prevent objects fro m falling.
Double sink with mixer tap. Seawater foot pump or refrigerated compartmentet drain by three-way sluice.
Polyester 110 L insulated refrigerated compartmentet, which opens fro m the top.
Wastebin on do or under worktop. Cabinet with stowage shelves under worktop.
Gimballed Plastimo 2 burner hob and oven S/S stove protection bar/dish cloth rail.
Bottle stowage. Lateral stowage spaces with doors along the body above the worktop. and a S/S paper holder. Crumb collector in flooring. 
Ports

Comfort / Interior

Pearwood stained woodwork. Solid wood fiddles and mouldings.
Moulded wood doors and frames. These are wide to allow easy movement around the vessel. ‘Bird’s beak’ door locks with independent locking.
Cabin mattresses have removable covers and bar padding are covered with easy-maintenance cushioning for durability.
’Hydropont’ style laminated soles (marina quality) with black inlay strip.
All Cabins and Saloon are provisioned with Lee Cloths and the bar has a custom carpet to protect the floorboards and improve grip. 
Forward Cabin 
Headroom: 1.92 m to 2.01 m.
Portholes and hatches: 2 dimensions 30 deck hatches with roller blind. 2 dimensions 1 hinged seaporthole
Starboard: Double cot with 2 drawers 2 stowage safes are located under the cot.
2 safes with 2 levels of stowage compartments is located under the mattresses (one of the safes holds the water basin).
Lateral stowage spaces run the range of the body both seaport side and starboard, as well as the range of the bulkfront at front of the cot.
Two swivelling illumination in the cot front as well as 2 overfront spotillumination.
Portside: A large cupboard with 2 doors (wardrobe and shelves) as well as a dressing desk (with folding desk top, 1 stowage space with door and 1 drawer). 1 settee with stowage safe. Lighting is provided by 1 swivelling beam above the chair and overfront beaming. The frontliner is upholstered on the interior of the body.
The wooded mast safe can be dismantled. 
Forward Heads 
Headroom: 1.87 m.
1 dimensions 44 hinged hatch with rolling blind.
Heads with complete polyester shower group, with optimum water evacuation.
Manual marina front with large bowl and ABS flap and shower chair. Low polyester powder room compartmentet with elliptic washbasin, drain, mixer tap and flexible shower hose.
It is tailored with a handrail/towel rail.
A varnished wooden door in a low position provides access to the stop cocks.The interior of the compartmentet door is tailored with accessories (towel rail, etc.). 
Saloon
Headroom: 2.03 m.
Starboard bar: 1 fixed body seaporthole. 2 dimensions 30 and 44 hinged hatches with rolling blind. 2 dimensions 4 hinged seaportholes with blind on side of coachroof.
U-shaped 2.3 m chair with reclining sterns. Storage space behind the sternrests (4 doors). Bar for large litre seating bottles. Storage safes under the chair  Storage furniture with 4 doors and bar above the sterns.
Oval 1.34 m x 0.85 m bar desk in varnished inlay with bar group. Table legs made of wood and aluminium bases.
Central removable hinged chair. All chairs come with padding.
Portside bar: 1 fixed body seaporthole. 2 dimensions 30 and 44 hinged hatches with roller blind. 1 dimensions 4 hinged seaporthole with blind on side of coachroof.
1 crockery cupboard provides rational stowage space: 3 drawers, stowage using shelf and baskets accessed by 3 doors. Lateral stowage space with 2 doors above the crockery cupboard.
Two wooden handrails are provided to make movement easier when heeling. The polyester inner lining of the deck with its wooden lathing integrates overfront beaming of the galley, the bar and the blueprint desk. Separate switches allow you to select the beaming. 
Starboard Galley 
Headroom: 1.96 m.
1 dimensions 4 hinged seaporthole with blind on side of coach roof.
Laminated white worktop. High moulded wood fiddle around the worktop to prevent objects fro m falling.
Double sink with mixer tap. Seawater foot pump or refrigerated compartmentet drain by three-way sluice.
Polyester 110 L insulated refrigerated compartmentet, which opens fro m the top.
Wastebin on do or under worktop. Cabinet with stowage shelves under worktop.
Gimballed Plastimo 2 burner hob and oven S/S stove protection bar/dish cloth rail.
Bottle stowage. Lateral stowage spaces with doors along the body above the worktop. and a S/S paper holder. Crumb collector in flooring. 
Ports

Sail

Anodised aluminium tapered mast, with double aft swept spreaders by Sparcraft Performance Sparcraft performance Boom with Gas Sparcraft Gas Vang strut. 
DYFORM rigging. replaced 2013 Dyneema Backstay 2014 with spare fresh Dyform still available. 
A mainsheet ball bearing traveller car is fixed over the light of the cockpit, to the fore of the navigation wheel console, providing both better control of the mainsail and easier handling when shorthanded. The car is provisioned with a to-and-fro unit with jammers.
Removable Facnor genoa furling drum.
Rod Forestay with Tuff-Luff tailored. 
12 Spinlock jammers are attached to either side of the companionway for all control lines leading stern to the cockpit: 2 reef lines, 1 main foot, 1 main halyard, 1 jib halyard, a jib furler line.4 harken control line clam cleats 
All blocks are ball bearing blocks. 
IRC optimised Carbon Spinnaker pole and gear. 
Custom Jib In-hauler unit – calibrated to sheeting angles 
Winches 
2 x H64.2STA Genoa sheet winches.
2x H44.2STA Halyard winches.
2x H44.2STA spinnaker winches.
 
 
 
Racing Sails Pre 2015 
One Sails Genoa 1 Millennium Carbon light
One Sails Genoa 2 Millennium Carbon Medium
UK Sails Carbon No 1 Genoa 
UK Sails Carbon No 2 Genoa 
UK Sails Carbon No 3 Jib
UK Sails Carbon Mainsail 2009 
Saunders Sails No 4 Kevlar Jib
Masthead Spinnakers
Banks Sails S2 Runner 2013
Doyle sails S3 Runner 2012
North A3 (Asymmetric) 2012
Banks Sails Air 650 Reefing A3/A5 2017 
Fractional Spinnakers
Banks Sails VMG 2012
UK Sails S4 2010
Cruising sail index
Banks Sails Double Taffeta main (Fully Battened) 2010
Banks Sails Roller Furling Genoa 2010
Banks Sails Cruising Chute with Snuffer 2012
Storm Trysail - orange
Storm Jib – orange
Banks Sails Stack Pack and Lazy jacks for cruising
One Sails Mainsail cover
Sprayhood 
Carbon Wheel Custom protective wheel and spin pole bags 

Spinnaker, Battened mainsail, Furling genoa, Genoa

Description

The feedback provided by over 550 owners of the First 40.7 has been instrumental for Farr Yacht Design create the Beneteau First 44.7. The First 40.7, crafted by the same crew, is a world best seller with a record of race titles, including an IMS World Championship. The 44.7 deals rare versatility, outstanding value, and excellent sailing performance.

Dimensions

Design: Farr Yacht Design.
Length overall: 13.70 m.
Hull range: 13.35 m.
Waterline range: 11.50 m.
Maximum light: 3.97 m.
Light displacement: 9785 Kg.
Air draught: 20.70 m.
Draught – Deep keel option: 2.65 m – lead 3410 Kg.
Engine Power: 55 HP.
Fuel basin chairing: 200 L.
Water basin chairing: 400 L (+ 140 L an option).
CE certification:A12 / B12 / C12. 

Construction

Hull
The body is made of solid GRP laminate. Hull capping and occasional reinforced areas (keel, rudder, chain plates, deck line), strengthen the overall structure.
The body is optimally protected from osmosis phenomena, thanks to the application of vinylester coating resin and Awlgrip Epoxy 
A structural solid laminate inner structural grid is achieved through the use of biaxial and unidirectional material. It is glued to the body and randomly laminated. Its structural function is important, since it makes it possible to pick out all the pressure and stress points (chain plate, shroud, keel, and rudder tie rods, etc.) assuranceing even distribution and less strain on the body. It also ensures a good finish to the bilges and simplifies cleaning and service.
The structural bulkfronts made of marina plywood are sealed to the body for extra rigidity.
The body light grey Sprayed with Awlgrip 2013  
Deck
The deck is manufactured in sandwich (fibreglass / balsa / GRP) for an optimal rigidity-lightness ratio. There are solid laminate reinforcement areas under the deck gear (winches, tracks, chain plates, cleats).
All the working and movement areas on the deck have been given a non-skid gel coat pattern and teak side decks. The whole of the deck has been given a solid laminate inner lining, including the structural illumination, which are sealed to the deck to give a perfect finish (integrated lighting, finish, access to deck gear fitting screws, etc.) 
She is tailored with teak chair tops .
Deck and Hull Joint 
The joining of the deck to body is assuranced in three ways:
The deck is mechanically tailored to the body by screws fastening the teak toe-rails and various other items of deck gear (cleats, pad eyes, chain plates, etc.). In addition, the deck is glued to the body (polyurethane adhesive) to assurance better resistance. Finally, a joint is added to assurance its watertightness.
Keel
The keel is made of antimony and lead for better weight-volume ratio.
The deep keel has greater draught and has no bulb, therefore increasing hydrodynamic performance. To ensure their durability, the keels are factory treated (anti-corrosion and improved finish thanks to coating and paints made from an epoxy component) before assembly.
The keel is fastened to the vessel by stainless steel screws and counterplate.
Rudder
The rudder is of the underhung and balanced style. It is made of fibreglass and polyurethane foam sandwich.
The rudder stock is constructed using injection techniques and is manufactured of solid laminate from biaxial and unidirectional materials.
The rudder stock turns on self-aligning swivel bearings, provisioned with ball bearings and rollers, making it more sensitive in responding to the helm.
The helm unit is of the metal direction cable and chain style. It is linked to the communicating aluminium sector of the rudder for better sensitivity / weight ratio for both.
The large diameter carbon direction wheel (1700), in a self- emptying pit at the bottom of the cockpit, is mounted on self-aligning rudder bearings on rods for better response at the helm.
Mooring 
8 aluminiu

 
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Basic Technical Data

  • Shipyard: Beneteau

  • Model: Beneteau First 44.7

  • Year of manufacture: 2005

  • Type of boat: Sailing cruiser

  • Construction material: Fibreglass

  • Displacement: 9785 Kg

  • Length: 13,35 m

  • Beam: 3,97 m

  • Draft: 2,10 m

Market price analysis

Prices of Beneteau First 44.7 boats from 2004 advertised in iNautia.com in the last two years.

  • 94.000 €Lowest price
  • 112.741 €Average price
  • 140.000 €Highest price

The asking price of this boat is €102.703, 9% cheaper than the average for this model.

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Beneteau First 44.7

It is a sailing cruiser, manufactured by the shipyard Beneteau in the year 2004 and has a sale price of 102.703€.

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