***Jacksonville April Boatshow reduction $4,500***The 36.7 comes from a great race heritage with her predecessor being the 40.7. Both are Farr designs and have racing in their veins. The 36.7 is a true racer/cruiser with a cockpit that can be configured in minutes from a comfortable cruising cockpit to a functional race ready space with room for crew and then back again to celebrate back at the dock. She has an expansive 3 stateroom single head layout with the creature comforts of a cruiser. Ample v-berth and twin quarter berths with one large enough for gear and sleeping. She has a propane stove, refrigeration and enough opening hatches and ports to keep the breeze nicely flowing through from bow to stern. She is rigged for shorthanded cruising but when you are ready to get down to business her light displacement racing sails make her a feared competitor around the buoys.
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Naam van boot
Ontwerper: Farr Yacht Design
Vlag: United States
Kiel: Andere kiel
Romp type: waterverplaatsing
Lengte over alles: 36 ft 2 in
Breedte: 11 ft 4 in
Lengte over water: 30 ft 3 in
Maximum diepgang: 5 ft 11 in
Waterverplaatsing: 12795 lbs
Ballast: 3748 lbs
Totaal vermogen: 29 HP
Merk motor: Volvo
Type motor: MD 2030
Type motor: Binnenboord
Type aandrijving: Saildrive
Motorvermogen: 29 HP
Aantal watertanks: 1 (79 Gallons)
Aantal brandstoftanks: 1 (21 Gallons)
Aantal afvalstoffentanks: 1 (10 Gallons)
Aantal enkele bedden: 3
Aantal toiletten: 1
Aantal zitplaatsen: 6
The 36.7 has a cockpit that converts for cruising or racing. For cruising there are sections of the cockpit seating that you leaving in and then for racing you can remove to allow for additional crew and working room. The two blocks forward of the main traveler and the seat area behind the wheel will remove with a couple of quick knobs.
Interior walk through
This 367 is a 3 cabin single head layout. The port quarter berth is very large with plenty of room for two adults and even some gear. The starboard quarter berth is a standard size quarter berth. Both have doors for privacy. The v-berth is a large berth with plenty of room for two adults. The main salon is large and open with a nice dining table to seat 4-6. The soft plush leather surfaces are comfortable and easy to clean. With six opening ports and three opening deck hatches there is always plenty of light and air through out the boat.
Beneteau First 36.7 with Performance Shoal Keel 5'11" draft. * One-design class compliant.* Premier Package Spinnaker Gear with Carbon Fiber Spinnaker Pole.* Factory fitted anchor bow-roller.* Electric windlass with handheld control.* Latest Harken Headsail Furling System in place of standard Tuff Luff Head-foil, this system allows you to use full hoist racing genoas without having to remove the furling drum.* Hot and Cold pressure water.* Macerator system for holding tank management while at sea.* Refrigeration.* 110V shore power with 2 of 50? cords plus 30/50 amp connector.* Volvo 2030 29hp sail drive with two blade folding prop.* Complete new Volvo sail-drive and boot with all through-hull fittings, professionally installed by Volvo dealer (late 2014)* Stereo AM/FM/CD with two cabin speakers and optional extra two speakers in cockpit.* Flat-screen TV.* Raytheon ST60 Tridata (speed, depth, Countdown, etc.).* ST60 Wind System (Velocity and Angle, apparent and true).* Garmin 546 Chart-plotter with two mounting positions. (for racing/cruising)* VHF radio with AIS/DSC capability.* Boat registered MMSI number on record.* Custom Backstay Adjuster routed to manageable position in cockpit (modification design was accepted by class association for boats with new steering configuration). * 16:1 mainsail outhaul control upgrade.* More than adequate Safety equipment, * Docking and Mooring Gear (enough high quality dock lines for permanent slip (severe storm specification) and full cruising dock line set.* Five good fenders.* Electric Windlass (not on a regular 36.7)* Best in class Rocna 33 lb Anchor with 50' chain & 200' line, plus original class minimum aluminum Fortress anchor c/w chain and line.* 2 Inverters 12v to 110 volt. One installable heavy duty inverter available (Not installed)* Upgraded house batteries (110 AH, instead of 70 AH)* Canvas (all Sunbrella silver grey): Professionally made spray-dodger. Zip-in Helmsman Bimini. Full width 10? x 12? Boom shade cover, New (2014) mainsail boom cover, winch covers, halyard bags and sheet bags.* Complete set of cockpit cushions. ? Tank management system (not fully installed).* Grand Prix race bottom (faired and finished before first launch, by Annapolis Yacht Services). * Two propane tanks (1 x aluminum, 1 x carbon steel).* Three USCG approved fire extinguishers* Loads of flares, radar reflectors and other safety equipment.* Safety Pack with six, as new life preservers.* Life-ring* 5 self-inflating personal floating devices.* Inflatable Dingy in carry-bag c/w oars and manual pump.* 12v pump for inflatable dingy.* 3.5 hp Tomatsu outboard engine as good as new Sails: o 2012 Doyle Mylar/Kevlar 155% #1 furling Genoa with protective sock, (very Good) o 2010 Renegade/Evolution Mylar/Kevlar Main Sail, (Fair) o 2004 Neil Pryde Dacron Mainsail, (Very Good) o 2004 Neil Pryde 140% #2 Dacron furling to storm jib headsail. (Good) o Three well used North One-Design Class practice sails (#1 and #3)
Boat of The Year Judges comments What the BOTY Judges said about the 36.7: The 36.7 is American made at Beneteau’s recently expanded factory in Marion, South Carolina, but her interior has a distinctly European influence. Proceeding down below, we discovered the companionway ladder to be one of the best we found. It’s not too steep and has wide curved treads that will be safe in a seaway. The interior plan is well laid out with an obvious emphasis on cruising. Racers will be pleased by the attention given to the removable dining table. Once removed, a brace is left in place to provide a hand hold and to also separate sails stowed atop the laminated cabin sole. To port, the galley is large for this length of boat has an appropriately-sized countertop sporting fiddles that are a full 3" deep. These fiddles are substantial and will definitely keep things from spilling off. The nav station to starboard is spacious and the forward head adequately sized. Twin, mirror image, aft staterooms have large double berths, hanging , and privacy doors. This is sure to be attractive for boat partnering where equal staterooms are a plus. One concession we noticed is the forward vee berth. It is minimal for two averaged-sized adults to sleep in but is a perfect spot to put the kids. All of the onboard systems such as the Volvo sail drive, the DC electrical panel and plumbing runs were properly installed, cleanly led and neatly bundled. The nicely crafted woodwork is done in African mahogany which has an evenly applied cherry stain with a high quality varnished finish. The literature we were given states that this "design incorporates a variety of innovative features at an incredible value." Being a custom boatbuilder myself, its honestly hard to fathom how they build this boat for the price its being offered. Beneteau says that with their proprietary construction methods they need to hit a production rate of 70 boats per year to make the numbers work and if they build 100 they ll do just fine. It looks as though they have hit the targeted market on most points and shouldnt have difficulty reaching their goal. With a high boat-to-dollar ratio, the First 36.7 is sure to yield a lot of value for the buyers dollar, along with some silver as well.