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- Builder: Chantiers Beneteau
- Designer: Jean Berret - Interior by Philippe Starck
- Construction: GRP
- Length (Feet): 34.1
- Length (Metres): 10.39
- Beam: 11' 10"
- Max Draft: 6' 0"
- Fuel Capacity: 1 x 80 L (18 Gal)
- Water Capacity: 1 x 300 L (66 Gal)
- Number of Engines: 1
- Engine Make: Volvo
- Fuel: Diesel
- Total Power: 29
Single aft cabin version of the stylish Beneteau First 35s5. A performance hull designed by Jean Berret and the interior by Philippe Starck she is a striking yacht both externally and internally especially with the ultra modern mahogany joinery work.
Built by Chantiers Beneteau in 1988
White GRP hull with grey style and boot lines. Cast iron, bolt on external keel with low centre of gravity bulb keel. Semi balanced spade rudder with tiller steering. White GRP deck and superstructure with moulded in non slip pattern. Self draining cockpit with teak slats on cockpit seats. Large cockpit locker and forward anchor locker. Internal GRP structural moulding with mahogany joinery work throughout.
Volvo 2003 raw water cooled, 29hp, 3 cylinder diesel engine. Wet exhaust. Flexibly mounted. Electric start. Reversing reduction gearbox, shaft drive to fixed pitch propeller. 5,783 hours.
Fuel: 80 litre diesel tank.
Freshwater: 300 litre water tank. - Watermaker
Hot water: 25 litre – heated via engine & 240v shorepower.
12 volt system – 1 x 80ah domestic battery and 1 x 80ah engine start battery. Charged by engine alternator. Smart charger. 12v interior and Navigation lights. Main 12v distribution board with multi function circuit breakers.
Spars and Rigging
Fractionally rigged (7/8ths), twin spreader, tapered, anodised alloy mast. Slab reefing boom. Mast mounted spinnaker pole on track. Discontinuous stainless steel rod rigging. Adjusting backstay and kicker tackle. Twin groove furling system with furling drum mounted below deck in anchor locker. Lines led aft through organisers to clutches. Standing rigging replaced in 2011.
2 x Lewmar 43 self tailing genoa sheet winches
2 x Lewmar 30 halyard winches
Mainsail – 2001 – Slab reefed and fully battened
Furling Genoa – 2001 - Furling
6 berths in in 2 cabins and saloon – see plan, from forward;
Forward cabin - Double berth with shelves along the side an 2 x hanging lockers to port and starboard. Flexible water tank and water maker under berth.
Saloon – Settee berths to port and starboard (full length sea berths), large saloon table with folding leaves, bottle stowage and fiddle rails.
Chart table – To starboard with Navigators seat, large chart table, access to 12v panel and instrumentation and plenty of chart stowage.
Galley – To port, 2 x stainless steel sinks with hot and cold pressurised water, 3 burner oven and grill gas cooker, top loading 12v fridge.
Aft cabin – to port with large transverse berth and hanging locker.
Heads – Large heads compartment with basin, hot and cold pressurised water, sea toilet and shower.
Diesel fired cabin heating
Plastimo binnacle steering compass
Nasa clipper wind
Nasa clipper speed and depth
B&G Network Nav GPS repeater
Raymarine ST4000+ tillerpilot (x2 steering arms)
At Nav station:
Leica AP Navigator Mk8 GPS
Standard Horizon explorer DSC VHF
Stainless steel pulpit, pushpit and stanchions. Alloy toerail with drain holes. Stainless steel handrails on coachroof. Folding green sprayhood. Bow and stern mooring cleats. Anchor with chain and warp. Mooring warps and fenders. Massive cockpit locker and separate draining gas locker. Inflatable dinghy.
Manual & electric bilge pumps.
Horseshoe lifebuoy with light.
Cockpit harness points.
The First 35s5 was one of the revolutionary range by Beneteau with the interiors designed by Phillipe Starck.
“Diva” has been owned by the current owner since new and he has done many miles in her (hence the high engine hours!). A nice performance cruiser that has “done it” once and is looking to do it again!
In this instance Fox’s Yacht Sales are acting as brokers for the vendor. The vendor has provided the information and whilst we endeavour to ensure the accuracy, the details are believed to be correct but are not guaranteed. Any prospective purchaser is advised to check the boat specification thoroughly and to employ at their expense a qualified marine surveyor and/or engineer to check the specification and condition of this craft and its equipment.
Wind speed and direction
Electric bilge pump
Fully battened mainsail
Manual bilge pump