Beneteau First 35 New price before winterizing!
Year of production: 2009
Price: 1 150 000 SEK
( 98 932 € / 737 633 DKK )
Designed to compete with the A 35, X-34 and other J 109s, the First 35 designed by Bruce Farr is a fast, powerful and sharp sailboat outside and surprisingly spacious inside. In great condition, very well maintained by the two successive owners, she is ready for summer.
• Length 10.66 m
• Width 3.89 m
• Depth 2.2 m
• Weight 5,920 kg
• Water tank 2x100 litres
• Diesel tank 75 l
• 2 Cabins
• Engine – Yanmar 3YM30 29 HP
• Drive – Yanmar SD 20
• 2 bladed folding propeller (Flexofold)
• Winter cover and craddle
Designed for a racing crew or more simply for a couple enjoying a ride, this version splashed in spring 2010 has all what you can expect from a racing cruising version.
This Bénéteau First 35 has the performance rig with rod rigging and spinnaker gear fitted.
Her hybrid cockpit is big enough for the shoulder to shoulder racing and secure enough for cruising.
Below decks there’s plenty of light and space, a neutral colour palette, clean lines and clever design.
The First 35 saloon is the same size as the First 40, with headroom at least 1.85m throughout.
The saloon table is a clever piece of engineering. From a two-leaved table for four, pull a toggle and it folds down into a convivial coffee table.
With 2 double cabins, the double cabin door in the forward bulkhead is practical, making access to the forecabin easy, it really opens up the saloon, increasing the sense of space.
In the L-shaped navigation station there’s a folding stool, just next to the galley with shower and toilet.
She is ready to cast the lines with 6 headsails (3 spinnakers) in very good shape.
Yanmar 3YM30 29HK