Boat Specifications








7'1" or 5'7"


18,518 lbs.


7694 lbs.

Sail Area

726 sq. ft.

Built 1986 first London Boat show  1987 launched later that year.

Engine: Perkins 1986 Model 4108 50 hp full overhaul 2020

Speed  Cruising 6 Kt max 7Kt

Propeller Maxprop 3 bladed with Rope cutter

3 cabins, Two heads one manual and one electric


Electric Fridge , Force 4 cooker,  Corian work tops


Fuel  100+ lts

Water 300 Lts

Holding  100 Lts


LED lighting

Battery Charger

Ebersbacher C/H heater

Bi data, Log and Sounder

Wind inst. Garmin

Autohelm Hydraulic

GPS Garmin

VHF Cobra

EPIRB Ocean Safety


Mainsail 2010 slab reefing

Genoa  2019 Roller reefing

Spinnaker  2007

Cruising Chute 2014


Lewmar 2019,    2,2speed Primary

                                                2,2 speed Secondary

                                                2, 1 speed Halyard

Safety Equipment

Liferaft 4 men Ocean Safety

Lifejackets 6

Anchors Bruce  and Fortress Chain length 60 mt Electric windlass

Beneteau First 405

  • The boat has been to the local boatyard each winter to have the usual hull maintenance such as anode renewal, old anti-fouling remouved and two new coats applied.  The propellor shaft and rudder are inspected as are all the seacocks.  The hull has been examined over the years and on two occasions some ten years apart the hull has been taken down to the bare fiberglass and a preventitive treatment applied to ensure future freedom from osmosis.  only the finest of materials offering a ten year warranty were used by fully qualified technicians and where possible uner the supervision of a qualified surveyor. Similarly any cosmetic damage made good and repainted as a matter of urgency. 

    The engine whilst still the original has been serviced annually and is subject to more frequent than necessary changes of oil and filters to ensure trouble free running. A complete rebuild was instructed in Dubrovnik by the appointed Perkins Main deler in ACI marina who removed the complete engine from the boat over the winter to his shorebased workshop and replaced any and all parts there were worn.  A Perkins factory official ensured that  only O.E.M. were used. The rebuild cost Euro 4000 approximately.