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This Boat is Off Market

  • Off Market
  • $109,900
  • Sail / Cruisers
  • Beneteau / 393
  • 2003 / Used
  • 39' / 13'1"
  • 2003 Westerbeke 44B4
  • 40 hp
  • 2500 hrs
  • Diesel

Cruisers 2003 Beneteau 393 listed by Edwards Yacht Sales (Off Market)

  • Last advertised price $109,900
  • Powered by single Westerbeke 44B4 / 40 hp / 2500 hrs
  • Off Market since Apr 28th 2015

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This 393 is the very desirable two cabin model, providing a larger aft cabin that is a true stateroom for the owners, along with the standard forward guest cabin, a larger U-shaped galley positioned between the dining area and the companionway where it belongs, a super-sized port seat locker in the cockpit for storage and a true navigation station plus cabinet/drawer storage across from the main salon table. "Destination" is in new boat condition with In-mast furling for the main, Profurl roller furling for the 140% genoa, spinnaker, great electronics, seven opening hatches, "skylight brightness" in the main salon and GREAT sailing performance!

Recently launched for the season, she is now conveniently located in Fort Lauderdale Florida for your inspection. Two coats of bottom paint were applied prior to launch in 10/14. All systems are in proper working order, and this well-equipped vessel is ready for a seventh season of fun cruising in the Bahamas. Her owner is approaching retirement and is ready to move on to new adventures.

All serious offers will be welcomed!
Boat Name
"Destination"

Specs
Builder: Beneteau, Marion SC, USA
Designer: Berret / Racoupeau
Flag of Registry: United States
Keel: Bulb
Hull Shape: Monohull

Dimensions
LOA: 39 ft 3 in
Beam: 13 ft 1 in
LWL: 35 ft 1 in
Maximum Draft: 5 ft 0 in
Displacement: 17152 lbs
Ballast: 5357 lbs
Bridge Clearance: 53 ft 9 in
Dry Weight: 17152 lbs

Engines
Engine 1:
Engine Brand: Westerbeke
Year Built: 2003
Engine Model: 44B4
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 2500
Propeller: 3 blade propeller
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Engine Power: 40 HP

Tanks
Fresh Water Tanks: (131 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: (40 Gallons)
Holding Tanks: (60 Gallons)

Accommodations
Number of heads: 2

Outside Equipment/Extras
Electric windlass

Vessel Specifications

Accommodations

The Beneteau 393 has a great cockpit. It is large enough to be very comfortable with good back support and seats long enough to sleep under the stars. It will also fit guests for cocktails and/or dinner. The wheel can be easily removed for even more space while at anchor and there is a folding cockpit table that will serve dinner to four. The interior starts in the aft with a super sized private masters cabin with a king sized sleeping area. Just forward on starboard is a hanging locker and then the aft marine head with a shower. Across from the head on port is the U- shaped galley with excellent storage, separate freezer and refrigerator, propane stove/oven and deep well double sink. The main salon has a large oval table with seating all the way around (seating for six). On the starboard side of the main salon is the navigation station and extra cabinets and storage. Forward of the main salon is the private forward cabin with a double sized Pullman style bed on port and a settee, hanging locker and storage on starboard. The second marine head with shower is forward of this cabin. All the interior varnish was redone professionally by Beneteau in Oct, 2009. It is in perfect shape and looks like it is right out of the factory.

Galley

Alder Barbour 12 volt refrigerator with front opening door
Alder Barbour 12 volt top opening freezer with holding plates
A separate sump pump for the freezer for use when defrosting
Propane two burner stove with oven
Hot and Cold pressure water
Deep double well stainless sink
Great storage
All galley equipment (dishes, pots, flatware, etc) stays with the boat

Electronics and Electrical

Sony ICF-7600D FW/LWMW/SW PLL Synthesized World Band Receiver

Ray Marine 6001 Linear autopilot

Ray Marine radar

RL-70 Chart Plotter with charts for the East coast South of Norfolk plus the Bahamas's

Standard Horizon VHF with RAM mike (receives only) in the cockpit with an additional handheld VHF for transmitting
Ray Marine ST60 Tri-Data showing depth, boat speed, distance log and water temperature
Ray Marine ST60 wind speed and direction
All instruments are electronically interfaced
Screen at helm shows radar + chart plotter + GPS
Digital TV antenna
Stereo with 4 speakers
Honda 2000i 2KW gas generator
100 amp ACM starting battery
Two deep cycle ACM house batteries, 245 amps each
Two Kyocera solar panels, 85 watt each with a Pro Star solar panel regulator that shows the status of the batteries plus the amps coming from the solar panels
30 amp shore power connection and 2 marine extensions with over 40' in length
Sentry battery charger for ACM batteries
Spare Black and Decker Smart Battery Charger with 40/20/10/4 amp charge rates with 110 amp and starter boost feature
Two inverters, 150 watt and 400 watt
Two electric bilge pumps. One with float switch and one that is controlled at nav station
Eleven interior low energy LED lights
Anchor light is LED
Three 12 volt fans

Deck Sails

Full cockpit canvas with connector panel between bimini and dodger
Horizon 600 anchor windlass that powers both up and down
45lb CQR with 150 feet of 3/8" BBB chain (new 09/2014)
25lb Danforth with 50' of chain and 150' of 5/8" nylon
25lb Danford with 50' of chain and 100' of 5/8" nylon
Main sail with In-Mast furling with all controls in the cockpit
Mainsail traveler on coach-roof and adjustable from cockpit
Pro Furl roller furling 140% genoa
Cruising spinnaker
13' cruising spinnaker pole
All control lines led to cockpit
Six Spinlock XT jammers for halyards, reefing lines, boom vang and mainsheet
Rigid boom vang
Seven deck hatches all with screens as well as sun shades.
Seven opening ports with screens
Three overhead skylight windows in the main salon with sun shades
Companionway screen
Dodger with extra grab handles both inside and out for safety
Bimini
Two 10 pound propane tanks
Sugar scoop transom with teak swim platform
Transom swim/boarding ladder
Cockpit shower (hot + cold)
Walk-through transom gate from cockpit
Fold-up corner seats on stern pulpit
Leather wheel cover
Fold-up cockpit table
Lewmar 48 two speed self tailing primary winches
6 mooring cleat
Coach-roof handrails are stainless steel
Toe rails are aluminum

Additional Information

53' 9" from water to top of VHF antenna
Three blade fixed prop
Built in Marion, SC, USA
Custom Therapeutic mattress in aft master cabin
Solid hand laid fiberglass hull
Achilles 8' dinghy, 1989; floor boards varnished 09/2014
5 hp Mercury 2-stroke outboard
Outboard motor lift davit
Numerous cruising guides to southern States, Bahamas and beyond

All dishes, pots, flatware and linens etc) stays with the boat

Based on the highly successful Beneteau 473 and designed by renowned naval architects Berret / Racoupeau Yacht Design, the Beneteau 393 is a unique 39-foot passagemaker that answers the long awaited quest for a serious bluewater cruiser. Roomier, more spacious, and boasting some of the best accommodations to be found, the 393 will be sure to please the most scrupulous of sailors.

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