2011 Beneteau First 45 DK

EUR  200,000
Tenerife, Spanien
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FULLY OPTIMISED FOR ORC

Jahr:
2011
Länge:
14m
Motor-/Treibstoffart:
einmotorig / diesel
Liegeplatz:
Tenerife, Spanien
Rumpfmaterial:
GFK (Fiberglas)
YW#:
80212-2939194
aktueller Preis:
EUR  200,000 Nicht versteuert 

Extremely competitive and highly optimised deep lead keel First 45 from 2011. Enormous sail wardrobe of North 3DL’s and full cruising kit included. 100% ready to win regattas in 2016 or just go cruising.

 

FURTHER COMMENTS:

 

Originally specified to a very high level including deep lead keel and both ‘Regatta’ rig package & ‘Ambition’ interior trim package, ADRIAN HOTELES has been extensively optimised for ORC competition at the very highest level with a full regatta fitout including Harken deck gear, lightweight galley, saloon table, seating, water tanks and floors.

 

Aside from her comprehensive race preparation and extensive North 3DL sail wardrobe, she is also an excellent cruising yacht (Beneteau designed her specifically to be well suited to fast cruising). The yacht comes complete with cruising sails including furling genoa and cruising spinnaker, and a full cruising interior which has recently been reinstalled including original forward heads, original floors, seating etc etc, all of which have been since new.

 

With just one owner since new and never chartered, ADRIAN HOTELES is now offered for sale as her owner wishes to go larger. With a top half result in the 2015 ORCi Worlds (ORC B) beating her Beneteau sisterships. she shows clear capabilities to continue winning in her next ownership.

 

YACHTING PRESS REMARKS:

 

The new First 45 is very much a statement boat in the way that the early ‘90s’ Farr/Pininfarina First 45 was. While the Briand hull shape is very much a modern performance design it is the simply styled light oak interior which is bold and beautiful.

 

On deck and in the cockpit there has been a substantial emphasis on styling and ergonomics. Hence while the halyards and lines are led aft recessed in their deck channels, there is no covering. The reasoning is that the multicoloured lines visually lengthen the coachroof. That this also reduces weight and means the eye can follow the line to what it is operating is a practical bonus.

 

The hull shape is relatively modest, balancing good form stability against a slender waterline beam, there is quite a fine entry with a rounded forefoot which sits just clear of the water at the dockside but sinks neatly when the boat is trimmed up.

 

The interior is excellent, with good levels of natural light and ventilation. You really would be happy to cruise the boat extensively in comfort, and owners will and should. Here’s a boat that you might well take a notion to spend next Spring racing in that fleet in La Trinité and then cruise Brittany, or happily spend time delivering to and from Cork Week or Scottish Series, or down to the Canaries for the ARC and the Caribbean circuit.

 

The main saloon is light, airy and spacious. That includes good floor area for handling sails below. The table is offset to port with a wrapround settee which has good, flat angled back supports. There are two small stools opposite which are unobtrusive but comfortable enough to sit on, and a long settee also to starboard.

The outboard-facing nav station feels more like a small office space and has plenty of stowage and good instrument mounting and electrics access. This is very much more than a simple nav area and will add appeal to those who occasionally work on board.

 

The galley, too, is excellent. Not being an expert on these matters I am a little suspect of having the cooker butted adjacent to the aft semibulkhead, but I stand corrected. There is a full 100 litres front-opening fridge and a deep 80 litres ice-box. There is a good, deep drawer for saucepan stowage which has an integral second drawer above it for flat plates. You quickly get the picture that this is a boat which will accommodate big meals for six or eight people.

 

The two symmetrical aft cabins have ample natural light and stowage, whereas the forward cabin is really a bit special with a large centreline double and lots of space, although the understated styling and chrome handles is an acquired taste. I liked the stowage under the bunk either side for bags

Yachts & Yachting September 2012

 

 

CONSTRUCTION

 

RCD Status:

  • The boat is CE certified for category A (unlimited ocean voyages).

 

Hull, Deck & Superstructure Construction:

  • Monolithic hull design in polyester
  • Monolithic structural counter moulding laminated and bonded to the hull
  • Injection moulded deck (Sandwich / Glass fiber / Balsa wood / Synthetic resin)
  • All deck and work access area surfaces are non-slip
  • Monolithic deck counter moulding cemented to deck
  • Deck hull join borded and screwed, with 1 solid wood toerail
  • Stern deck laminated
  • White gelcoat topsides, deck and superstructure finish
  • Teak in cockpit

 

Keel & Rudder:

  • Rudder & keel professionally re-faired for racing - 2015
  • Deep draught keel - straight – Lead
  • The keel is fixed to the boat by a system of screws and stainless steel veneer
  • Underhung balanced rudder in fibreglass sandwich and polyurethane foam
  • Injection moulded rudder stock
  • Self-aligning rocker bearings with race bearings and rollers

 

MACHINERY

 

Engine & gearbox:

  • Yanmar 4JH5CE 54hp diesel engine
  • Sail Drive gearbox
  • Engine control - Key ignition - Control panel in cockpit starboard
  • Engine compartment: Soundproofing foam - Ventilation: 2 Air intakes and 1 powered air expulsion

 

Maintenance & Performance:

  • Engine hours: approx. 1,148 as of February 2016
  • Last date of engine service: February 2016

 

Propulsion & Steering:

  • 2-bladed Gori folding propeller
  • Wheel steering with twin 900mm dimeter composite steering wheels.
  • Chain and metal cable steering transmission
  • Direct link transmission for direct and exact feel.
  • Emergency tiller.

 

ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS

 

Voltage systems:

  • 12vDC domestic systems with 220vAC via shore-power or inverter

 

Battery Banks:

  • 1x 110Ah AGM 12v engine start battery - 2015
  • 4x 110Ah 12vDC AGM service batteries joined in parallel to supply 440Ah @ 12vDC -2015

 

Charging:

  • 40Amp automatic battery charger

 

Invertor:

  • 2,000w 220vAC inverter

 

Alternator:

  • Charging of batteries is 80 A alternator from engine

 

Other Electrical:

  • 230v shore power with isolator, circuit breaker, shore power cable and stainless steel inlet

 

PLUMBING & GAS SYSTEMS

 

Fresh Water:

  • The hot freshwater circuit is led into a 40 L / 11 US gallon well insulated hot water tank, heated by engine or 230v AC immersion heater element.

 

Bilge Pumps:

  • 1x electric bilge pump
  • 1x manual bilge pump

 

TANKAGE

 

Fuel:

  • 200 litres in 1x roto-moulded plastic fuel tank located under starboard saloon berth
  • Tank gauge

 

Fresh Water:

  • 330 litres in 2x roto-moulded plastic fuel tank located under forward  berth and beneath aft starboard berth
  • Tank gauge

 

Holding Tanks:

  • Holding tanks for forward and aft heads

 

NAVIGATION & COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT

 

On Deck:

  • B&G Hercules 3000 pack with 4x 20/20 displays at mast
  • B&G autopilot
  • 2x steering compasses

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At Chart Table:

  • B&G Zeus 12” chart plotter
  • AIS receiver

 

Communications Equipment:

  • Icom VHF with DSC

 

 

DOMESTIC EQUIPMENT

 

Galley:

  • Stainless steel 3-burner gas cooker with oven, well gimballed with fiddle rails and locking device for oven door and also for the cooker when in use in the marina.
  • Microwave oven
  • 12vDC refrigeration for front opening fridge
  • Additional 12vDC refrigeration for top opening icebox

 

Heads:

  • 12vDC electric heads in forward heads.
  • Manual heads in aft heads.
  • Hot & cold pressurised water supplies with shower cubicles

 

Lighting:

  • Mainly LED lighting is used and is located in all the important positions.
  • There are adjust­able lights above berths and settee.

 

Entertainment:

  • 20” LCD TV/ with DVD in saloon
  • CD/Radio with speakers

 

ACCOMMODATION

 

Summary of Accommodation:

  • Sleeps up to 9 in 3 double cabins and two further settee berths in saloon including converting settee
  • Lee-cloths in saloon
  • Upgraded ‘Ambition’ interior trim level
  • Regatta and cruising interior configurations supplied (Cruising configuration currently fitted)
  • Light Oak Alpi interior joinery
  • Tempo Silver upholstery
  • Solid wood door frames, fiddles and mouldings
  • Parquet type laminate soles

 

Description of Accommodation from Forward:

 

Forward Cabin

  • Headroom: 1.93 m
  • Central double bed Island berth (2.00 m x 1.50 m) - Marine mattress - Padded bedstead
  • Hanging locker - 2 Drawers - Storage cupboard - 1 Dressing table - Cubbyholes along the hull
  • 1 Deck hatch with mosquito blind (1 Step under spar ceiling for emergency exit)
  • 2 Fixed hull porthole(s)

 

Forward Heads:

  • Headroom: 1.93 m
  • Washroom moulded in one piece to be watertight
  • Separate shower bowl Polyester - Shower - Mixer tap - Shower guard PMMA
  • Electric marine toilet - Seat
  • 1 Rigid sewage tank (80 litres)
  • Worktop with square synthetic resin washbasin - Mixer tap - Beading Stainless steel
  • Storage cupboard with drawers and Door - 1 Cubby hole locker
  • Toilet accessories: Paper dispenser - Rubbish bin
  • 2 Mirrors
  • 1 Opening deck hatch with shutter

 

Main Saloon:

  • Headroom: 1.94 m
  • L-shaped bench seat - double density foam
  • 1 Rectangular saloon table - Solid wood frame - Handhold - 2 Stainless steel legs
  • Table can be dropped to make double berth with cushions included
  • Lee-cloths
  • 2 Removable seats - Stainless steel legs - matching saloon
  • Starboard sofa bench
  • Closed cubbyholes - Storage under bench seats
  • Leather covered stainless steel handrails under coamings
  • 2 Opening deck hatch with blind / mosquito nets
  • 2 Fixed hull portholes
  • 1 Permanent ventilation system

 

Galley:

  • Headroom: 1.97 m
  • T-shaped kitchen
  • Worktop in varnished wood and synthetic resin - Solid wood beading - Handrails
  • Rectangular sink - 1 Stainless steel basin - Mixer tap - 1 Closed drain rack
  • 1 2 hob gas cooker on mounting - Seat / Wooden worktop
  • 1 Front opening evaporator fridge - 12 V - 100 litres - Storage baskets
  • 1 Cool box top opening - 60 litres
  • Kitchen accessories: Cutting board - Rubbish bin - Sponge holder
  • Closed cubbyholes - Storage - Storage cupboard with drawers - Cutlery drawer
  • Leather covered stainless steel handrail under coaming
  • 4 opening portholes with blinds on coaming

 

Navigation Station:

  • Headroom: 1,95 m / 6’5’’
  • L-shaped chart table desk - Space for charts and navigation instruments along the hull - Space for office facing companionway
  • 1 Adjustable swivel seat in PVC - Stainless steel legs
  • Electrical panel - Access to charger and to electrical connexion
  • Navigation instrument panels fitted in closed cubbyholes
  • Closed shelving - oddments locker - Storage • Handhold - Leather covered stainless steel handrail under coaming
  • Leather covered stainless steel hand rail on partition aft washroom
  • 2 opening portholes with blinds on coaming
  • Light fitting

 

Aft Heads:

  • Headroom: 1,95 m / 6’5’’
  • Shower tray grating - Shower - Mixer tap
  • Manual marine toilet – Seat
  • Worktop with square synthetic resin washbasin, Mixer tap - Stainless steel beading
  • Storage cupboard with drawers 'a l'anglaise' and door
  • Toilet accessories: Paper dispenser – Bin
  • 2 Mirrors
  • 2 opening portholes with blinds on coaming

 

Aft Cabins

  • Headroom: 1,94 m / 6’4’’
  • More space in port cabin than in starboard
  • 2 Cabins each with 1 Double bed (Port side 2,00 x 1,40 m - 1,20 m / 6’7’’ x 4’7’’ - 3’11’’ - Starboard 2,00 x 1,30 m - 1,10 m / 6’7’’ x 4’3’’ - 3’7’’) - Marine mattress
  • PVC hanger closets on stainless steel rails - 1 Drawer - Storage - oddments locker
  • 1 Opening portholes with blinds on coaming
  • 1 Porthole opening on cockpit with blind
  • 1 Fixed hull porthole

 

DECK EQUIPMENT

 

Rig:

  • Upgraded ‘Regatta’ rig & deck gear package
  • Rig removed and inspected - 2015
  • 9/10 Fractional rig
  • Keel-stepped mast with 3 sets of spreaders
  • Aluminium anodised mast and boom
  • Discontinuous rod rigging – inspected 2015
  • PBO backstay with block & tackle cascade adjustment
  • Kicking strap Rigid mechanical with cascade adjustment led aft to cockpit
  • Jib in-haulers
  • Tuff-luff
  • Removable genoa furler
  • Mainsail sheet track at bottom of cockpit
  • Dyneema running rigging
  • Full symmetrical spinnaker equipment
  • Carbon spinnaker pole (longer 5,95m pole)
  • Carbon bowsprit for asymmetric spinnaker
  • Harken Deck gear fully optimised for racing

 

Winches:

  • 2x Harken 60.2, 2-speed, self tailing primary winches
  • 2x Harken  48.2, 2-speed, self-tailing main sheet winches
  • 2x Harken 48.2 2-speed, self-tailing halyard winches

Sails:

 

Racing Sail Wardrobe:

  • North 3DL mainsail – 2014
  • Carbon light jib – 2014
  • Carbon medium jib - 2014
  • North 3DL taffeta mainsail - 2011
  • North 3DL light taffeta genoa – 2011
  • North 3DL medium taffeta genoa – 2011
  • North 3DL taffeta jib – 2011
  • Spinnaker staysail 2014
  • Storm jib and tri-sail
  • North S1.5 symmetrical spinnaker – 2015
  • Dansails S1.5 symmetrical spinnaker – 2014
  • North A1.5 asymmetric spinnaker - 2013
  • North S1.5 symmetrical spinnaker - 2011
  • North S2 symmetrical spinnaker - 2011
  • North S4 symmetrical spinnaker - 2011

 

Cruising Sail Wardrobe:

  • North Sails mainsail with 3 reefs – 2016
  • Furling jib – 2014
  • Dansails cruising spinnaker

 

General:

  • Stainless steelpPulpit and pushpit
  • Double stainless lifelines
  • Removable seating beam at transom
  • Bathing ladder at transom

 

Anchoring & Mooring:

  • Stainless steel bow fitting - Asymmetric spinnaker securing point
  • Stem roller in stainless steel removable
  • 1,000w electric anchor windlass - 2016
  • 20kgs anchor with 32m of 10mm chain
  • Fore and aft mooring lines
  • Fenders

 

Covers, Cushions & Canvas:

  • Grey canvas mainsail cover
  • Grey canvas wheel covers

 

SAFTEY EQUIPMENT:

 

Navigation Lights:

  • International LED navigation lights and LED steaming light for low power consumption.

 

Life saving:

  • Horseshoe buoy with light
  • 406Mhz EPIRB

 

Fire control:

  • Fire extinguishers




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Saturday by prior appointment

                                                         

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Please Note: Due to the varying locations of our yachts, your travel time and the distances that may be involved, we recommend that you only make arrangements to view if you are actively considering purchase.

 

Tel: +44 (0)1590 673715 Email: enquiries@grabauinternational.com



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