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This Boat is Off Market

  • Off Market
  • $184,500
  • Sail / Sloop
  • Beneteau / 423
  • 2007 / Used
  • 42' / 12'
  • 2006 Yanmar
  • 54 hp
  • 146 hrs
  • Diesel
  • 3 Blade Propeller

Sloop 2007 Beneteau 423 listed by Cruising Yachts, Inc. (Off Market)

  • Last advertised price $184,500
  • Powered by single Yanmar / 54 hp / 146 hrs
  • Off Market since Jul 22nd 2015

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IMMACULATE! - LIKE NEW!! - PRICED FOR IMMEDIATE SALE!!!

I am very particular about the boats that I am willing to represent. So when I tell you that this boat is owned by two of the most fastidious owners I know, you can count on being impressed by Santiago.This is without a doubt the NICEST boat in this size and vintage that you will find.

Designed by the famous Groupe Finot naval architects with more production yachts afloat than anyother design firm, the Beneteau 423 has both brawn and beauty. A confident bluewater hull combinedwith extraordinary comfort, gorgeous interior woodwork, loads of volume and plenty of light will satisfythe most demanding sailors whether it is for offshore sailing or cruising on the Bay.

This is aparticularly good example of a late model Beneteau 423 equipped with the finest selection of factoryinstalled accessories and custom dealer options. Many nice upgrades have been added by her present owner.

Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:

Boat Name
Santiago

Specs
Keel: Fin

Dimensions
LOA: 42 ft 0 in
Beam: 12 ft 9 in
LWL: 38 ft 1 in
Maximum Draft: 6 ft 11 in
Displacement: 19797 lbs Dry Load
Ballast: 5836 lbs
Headroom: 6 ft 1 in
Dry Weight: 19797 lbs

Engines
Total Power: 54 HP

Engine 1:
Engine Brand: Yanmar
Year Built: 2006
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 146
Propeller: 3 blade propeller
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Engine Power: 54 HP

Cruising Speed: 7 knots
Maximum Speed: 8 knots

Tanks
Fresh Water Tanks: 1 Plastic (154 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: 1 Plastic (53 Gallons)
Holding Tanks: 2 Plastic (22 Gallons)

Accommodations
Number of single berths: 1
Number of double berths: 3
Number of cabins: 2
Number of heads: 2

Electrical Equipment
Electrical Circuit: 110V

Outside Equipment/Extras
Total Liferaft Capacity: 6
Electric windlass

Accommodations

Down the companionway steps youll find the hallmark Beneteau joinery work and a layout thatboasts more storage and light than in any previous boats of this size range.

In the Forward Master cabin, theres a comfortable centerline berth with storage, a sitting area andgood ventilation. A private master head features a true stall shower

  – Headroom 61
  – Double berth island style - coil mattress
  – Shelves on both sides
  – 2 Drawers and 1 storage locker under berth
  – 1 Hanging locker toport
  – 1 Settee and storage locker port side

You will find that her spectacular salon, with classic layout andabundant storage provides a carefree experience whether entertaining at the dock or while cruising.

  – U-shaped dinette
  – 2 Cabinet with louvered doors
  – Storage behind dinette with bottle racks
  – Storage and access to plumbing and hot water under dinette
  – Expandable table with leaf, converts into double berth with filler cushion
  – Central settee with storage underneath
  – AM/FM stereo/CD player with changer and 4 speakers

The second cabin aft offers a wide double berth, ample storage and private access to the in-suite / day head with shower.

  – Hanging locker to port
  – Additional storage above engine compartment

Two spacious heads

  – 22 gallon holding tank
  – Fiberglass sink, medicine cabinet, mirror and toilet accessories

The forward facing Nav station is on the port side just aft of the second settee.

The L-shaped galley features a three burner stove, front loading refrigerator with separate freezer,and room to provision for long blue-water cruises or stocking up for a great yacht club party.

  – Stove with galley counter flame protection shields
  – Three burner Force 10 propane stove with oven
  – Stainless Sseel storage baskets
  – Tableware drawer
  – Cabinets and microwave shelf above work space
  – Trash can
  – Microwave

Electronics

Well equipped for coastal passages

  – Mast Mounted 2KW Radar
  – Raymarine E-80 Chart Plotter (at Helm)
  – Raymarine ST 60 Tridata (Depth, Speed, Temp)
  – Raymarine ST 60 Wind Machine
  – Raymarine ST 6000 Plus Auto Pilot w/Remote
  – AM/FM Stereo w/ Disc Changer
  – 12V 28 function control panel
  – Galvanic Isolator
  – 110V shore power socket on transom
  – 110V control panel at chart table
  – 7x110V outlets
  – 40 amp battery charger
  – Batteries: 2 4Ds
  – 12V/110 Inverter
  – Flush mounted halogen lights
  – Flourescent light in galley and heads
  – Reading lights in each cabin
  – Bi-color navigation light
  – Stern light
  – Anchor light
  – Combination deck and steaming light
  – Mini spot light white/red lens at chart table
  – Conduit for standard and optional wiring
  – Propane gas circuit
  – Grounded rig
  – Navigation Center
  – CD Player - AM/FM w/ CD Changer
  – VHF

Hull, Deck, and Rigging

This boat is very nicely rigged and ready to go!

  – Partial battened roller furling mainsail
  – 130% Roller furling Genoa w/ cover and foam luff
  – 103% Roller furling jib w/ cover
  – 1 Genoa halyard, 2 Genoa sheet
  – 1 Main halyard, 1 Main sheet
  – 1 Main boom topping lift
  – 1 Solid vang
  – 2 Main sheet traveler control lines
  – Discontinuous SS 1x19 rigging: fore-stay, twin back-stays, upper and intermediates, capshrouds, forward lower and aft lower shrouds
  – Deck stepped, anodized aluminum roller furling mast
  – Anodized, aluminum boom
  – Mast step with 6 blocks
  – Double aft swept spreaders
  – 2 Genoa sheet racks
  – 2 Lewmar 54 CSTO genoa sheet winches, mounted on cockpit coaming
  – 2 Lewmar 44 CSTO halyard/control line winches
  – Profurl genoa roller furling with drum above deck
  – 1 Main-sheet track on coach roof
  – 2 Clutches, main-sheet and traveler control lines
  – 6 Clutches for control lines
  – 2 Winch handles
  – Spinnaker Halyard
  – Spinnaker Blocks Gear
  – Performance cruising upgraded sails standard
  – Hot and cold transom/cockpit shower
  – 1 Port cockpit locker
  – 1 Starboard cockpit locker
  – 1 Dual Tank LP gas locker aft port side of cockpit
  – 1 Helm seat provides easy access to transom
  – Teak inlaid cockpit seats
  – 2 Aft lockers
  – Halyards hangers aft of coach-roof
  – 2 Winch handle pockets
  – Built-in dodger coaming
  – 2 SS handrails on coach-roof
  – Side decks with molded raised bulwark and teak cap rail
  – Swim platform locker
  – GRP steering pedestal with instrument console
  – Folding leaf cockpit table
  – 2 Winch handles, flag staff, owners manual
  – Teak cockpit sole
  – Aluminum toe rail
  – Steering Wheel

Sails

  – Battened In - Mast Furling Mainsail
  – FurlingJib - 103% w/ Sun Cover
  – Furling Genoa - Furling 130% w/ Sun Cover

Below Decks Equipment

  – Teak Holy Sole
  – Hot water
  – Refrigerator
  – Deep Freezer
  – Stove with Oven
  – Microwave oven
  – Electric Bilge Pump
  – Manual Bilge Pump
  – Marine Heads
  – Battery Charger - 40 Amp
  – Galvonic Isolator
  – PSS Dripless Shaft Seal

Above Deck Equipment

  – Teak Cockpit - Sole
  – Hot/Cold Cockpit shower
  – Outboard Engine Bracket
  – Radar Reflector
  – Liferaft - Six person offshore
  – Cockpit Table
  – Swimming Ladder
  – Spare Fortress FX-37 Anchor
  – Garhauer Kayak Racks
  – Anchor Washdown Pump
  – 200 BBB 3/8 Anchor Chain

Canvas

Full Canvas

  – Offshore Dodger
  – Bimini
  – Transition cloth
  – Complete hatch covers
  – Liferaft case cover
  – Main Salon overhead port covers
  – Pedestal cover

Recent Upgrades and Service

Additional Improvements Added July 2011-July 2015

  – May 2014 - North Sails 103% roller furling jib reconditioned by Dominic Marchal Sailmakers
  – July 2013 - Two new 4D house batteries and Group 27 starting battery installed
  – May 2013 - 200 Feet of BBB 3/8 Chain added to chain locker, marked@25 foot increments,40 feet of chain attached to nylon rode moved to aft lazarette for secondary anchor
  – May 2013 - Fortress FX-37 Secondary Anchor purchased and stored in aft lazarette
  – September 2011 - Promariner Prosafe Galvanic Isolator purchased and installed
  – July 2011 - Installed transition between Bimini and Dodger, all hatch covers, cabin top windowcoverings, and Life raft cover. All made and installed by Pacific Crest Canvas
  – July 2011 - Garhauer kayak racks installed on port side lifeline stanchions
  – May 2012 - Anchor washdown pump kit installed
  – July 2011 - Raymarine Wireless Autopilot Controller installed
  – July 2011 - PSS Dripless prop shaft seal installed, Fresh bottom paint (Petit Trinadad SR) and Cutlass bearing by The Boat Yard at Grand Marine

Safety / Miscellaneous

Equipped for coastal cruising and ready for her nextvoyage!

  – 6 Person Life Raft in Canister - Deck Mounted
  – Ships Bell
  – Safety Flares
  – Flash Lights
  – Man Over Board Buoy
  – USCG 69 Rules of the Road

Disclaimer

The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

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