Runaway is a great example of the Beneteau 50 Flagship Yacht. She is very well equipped and can take up to 8 plus people around the world, or if that's too far she can transport you to many of the fantastic anchorages the Salish Sea has to offer! Runaway was ordered with the Tall/three spreader rig and classic full batten main. With the larger mainsail area and large genoa she is a fantastic performing boat, so she is as much fun to sail as she is comfortable to cruise on.
Runaway would also make the perfect liveaboard as well, so don't let this boat runaway!
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Länge über alles: 50 ft 9 in
Breite: 14 ft 8 in
L.W.L.: 45 ft 5 in
Länge an Deck : 49 ft 2 in
Tiefgang max.: 5 ft 11 in
Verdrängung: 30900 lbs Halb beladen
Ballast: 9320 lbs
Brückenhöhe: 70 ft 0 in
Trokengewicht: 30900 lbs
Gesamtleistung: 87 HP
Marke des Motors: Yanmar
Motor Typ: Innenbordmotor
Motorleistung: 87 HP
As you go down the companion way you step down into a huge open saloon with a center island which houses the microwave and additional storage cabinets for the long starboard linear galley. The galley has more than ample counter top works space, more storage than the average home, a three burner propane stove with oven, double sink w/fresh and salt taps, a huge drop-in freezer, and a large front opening fridge.
To the port the island adds to the huge settee that can hold easily the eight guest you might want to cruise with. all around the settee is more storage cabinets.
Aft there are mirror image guest cabins port and starboard, both with ensuite heads. Both have good size hanging lockers and room to spread out!
The Nav station is just to starboard of the companionway stairs and hold all your navigation and communication electronics. There is ample storage and work top space if you still want to pull out the ole paper charts!
Forward of the galley and settee are two more mirror image guest cabins with Pullman berths, hanging locker and drawer storage, and again, ensuite heads. The starboard head has been converted into a shower room, although a toilet could be installed again.
Forward again is the crew quarters which is accessed by a hatch on the deck. The crew quarters is equipped with two bunks, a sink, hanging locker and is plumbed for a toilet. The toilet has been removed and the area currently is used as a sail locker.
Hull and Deck
Flag Blue Awlgrip hull
Twin helm stations
Centerline cockpit table w/teak inlay tops
Spade rudder with composite stock
Lewmar 1500 anchor windlass
Self-inflating hard case 6 person life raft (needs certification)
multiple fenders for both port and starboard (great for going thru locks)
Extra chain and rode
4 sets of tender oars
spare universal lines
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