Fully equipped for Ocean crossing, regularly upgraded and meticulously maintained. One owner from new. Viewing highly recommended!
Beneteau 57 built by Beneteau, France, in 2010
"Steel blue" hull
Pedestal mounted steering wheel w/ cover
One Yanmar, diesel engine, 160 HP
3,200 hrs run at October 2019
8 kts cruising speed
10 kts maximum speed
Yanmar gear box with Morse controls
Shaft drive to Gori three blade propeller
11 x 140 A/H battery, 2019
2 x battery monitor
4 x solar panel fitted on bimini
Duogen sea and wind generator
Shore power and cable
640 L fuel capacity (+ 85 L in stowed cans)
2 x 500 L water tank
3 x holding tank
60 L/H water maker
Gennaker pole (bowsprit) and whisker pole
Mainsail by Dart Sails, 2016
Genoa by Dart Sails, 2017
Working Jib by Hyde, 2010
Storm by Hyde, 2010
Gennaker by Hyde, 2010
2 x Harken electric genoa winch
1 x Harken electric halyard winch
1 x Harken electric manoeuvring winch
Eight berths in 3 dble cabins and one twin (bunks), incl. 1 aft
Gas cooker with three burners
Oven and grill
Twin sink in galley
4 heads with 3 el WC, 1 manual WC, 4 hand basins and 3 showers
4000 BTU air conditioning
Cream upholstery (Paradise Sand)
Echosounder, speed, log and wind instruments, 2010
2 x VHF
Raymarine E120 multifunction display
Manson anchor with 100 m chain (2018)
Kedge anchor with 10 m chain and warp
Spare bow anchor with 30 m chain and 30 m warp
Electric windlass, 2019
5 x fire extinguisher
2 x electric + 1 x manual bilge pump
Safety equipment for ocean crossing
Guardwire, pulpit, pushpit
Bimini + 2 x sun screen
Loudspeakers in cockpit
Sunsport 3m, 2015, with anchor and warp
Yamaha 2.5 HP outboard
2 x boathook
Comprehensive tool kit
Cutlery, crockery, utensils
Ocean liferaft, 2010
Last serviced in 2017
Sub Aqua gear
Cockpit table cover
Brokers comments :
Fully equipped for Ocean crossing, regularly upgraded and meticulously maintained. One owner from new. Viewing highly recommended !
Owners comments :
E.O.D. has been our sailing home from new when we picked her up from Les Sables d Loane in Brittany.
She has enjoyed so many delights with us since then. Sailed her home to Dartmouth before cruising to Ireland in 2010.
2011 saw her take us safely and quickly to Gibraltar, The Balearics, Italy, Greece and Turkey
We cruised in the 2012 East Med Yacht rally ( great fun) from Turkey to Israel and then helped organize The Friendship Yacht Rally from Symi to Venice In 2013.
Motoring the tender through the canals was a highlight!
2014 saw us track back through France and Spain to Gib before crossing to The Canaries then Cape Verde and across to The Caribbean.
Much fun in the Caribbean ending up as far west as Jamaica. The Bahamas and Bermuda before heading back via The Azores to the UK
2016 saw us compete in the Three Peaks Yacht Race before running our own Malts Cruise around the western Isles and transversing The Caledonian Canal and circumnavigating the UK ( the short version J)
2017 gave us the opportunity to explore the western coast of France, NW Spain, Portugal and nip out the 500+miles to Madeira
2018 took us back to The Med and cruising round so many delightful Greek islands, overwintering in Preveza
2019 E.O.D. enjoying shorter island hops through The Ionian, The Corinth Canal, The Saronic Gulf, The Cyclades and Dodecanese islands before heading back into Turkey for the late Summer.
We have had so much fun, delight and fulfilment aboard. She has looked after us through whatever we have encountered from an incident with an Orca in Mid Atlantic to single handed sailing in 50 Knots off the Peloponnese. She is such a brilliant blue water sailor and takes force 7s in her stride. She regularly cruises at 8-9 knots. 10 knots feels exhilarating and 12 knots a rare treat. She is easy to sail and all everyday sail trimming and reefing is carried out from the cockpit helping her keep all crew safe and secure.
We have sailed into harbour after a great day’s sail to meet crew from smaller yachts vow retirement from the sport after tough days afloat. I cannot over emphasise what a beautiful and strong design and build she is.
With her shoal keel drawing 2.1m she is also able to find sheltered berths in the majority of harbours and marinas around the world, again helping us find quiet moorings when more traditional deep keel sisters frequently have to anchor outside.
She is now on the market as grandchildren and impending retirement draws me back to shallow home waters.
- Shore power inlet
- Furling genoa
- Tv set
- Battery charger
- Electric winch
- Bow thruster
- Solar panel
- Spinnaker pole
- Log speedometer
- Electric bilge pump
- Bimini top
- Storm jib
- Cockpit shower
- Steering wheel
- Cockpit cushions
- Hot water
- Cd player
- Cockpit table
- Microwave oven
- Cockpit speakers
- Manual bilge pump
- Gennaker cruising spinnaker
- Swimming ladder
- Fresh water maker
- Teak sidedecks
- Air conditioning
- Furling mainsail
- Deep freezer
- Dvd player
- Wind speed and direction
- Electric head
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