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With the First 45f5, pleasure sailing has made a giant leap forward in aerodynamics, performance, advanced technology, pure intelligence, and beauty of design. From the keel to the masthead, she is born into performance. With advanced keel design, modern rudder, long waterline, fine entry, and minimum wetted surface, her wake is almost imperceptible. Her spar is a fractional Sparcraft mast with double spreaders swept aft to avoid the need for running backstays. Her standing rigging is rod. The interior is a luxurious mix of tradition and modern design. Fluid, soft shapes, moulded by the wind and water. Noble, smooth materials. Luminous and rich deep colours. Purity of form. Two curved settees surround the oval shaped salon table. The warm tones of the teak or mahogany woodwork, leather sheeted handrails, the smoothly curved cabin doors, all add elegance to this spacious area. All furniture is rail-mounted to allow the normally confined space of hanging lockers and stowage spaces to breathe. Privacy is available with the roll up blinds, cleverly hidden in the grabrails. Soft light enters through the band of portlights in the topsides. Natural light from the translucent strip on the cabin top, becomes a ray of light by night. The galley, with its marble work surface, has been designed for the master chef. There is a vast array of drawers, cupboards, and stowage areas. The 7.8-cubic-foot refrigerator can hold stores for an entire cruise. In the owner's cabin or the guest cabins, the luxury of the appointments, the quality of the materials, the unique atmosphere of beauty and intimacy, make the First 45f5 a true source of pleasure for the cruising sailor and the racer alike. Insulation is optimized by the false deck, actual cored deck and the interior liner. All ports and hatches are mounted on the cabin sides to avoid the greenhouse effect of flat hatches. On deck, all halyards, reefing lines, control lines and even the genoa furling line run aft under a false deck, to a battery of 14 stoppers. Handrails are recessed in the deck, sidedecks are wide and clear. The transom skirt opens to reveal a wide swim platform. Flush-mounted chainplates are clean and prevent sheets catching. The Harken sheet blocks make sail trimming a pleasure. The Proengin double groove headstay can be fitted with an optional furling drum, which is mounted below deck in the anchor well, alongside the windlass.
First 45f5 Specifications - Standard Equipment On Deck - S-S bow fitting with rollers - Wooden toe rail - 4 integrated mooring cleats - Bow pulpit with red - green nave lights - Stern pulpit with horseshoe support and flagpole bracket - Profiled SS stanchions (24") with double vinyl coated lifelines and 2 lateral opening gates. - Chain locker with recessed electrical windlass and cleat - Two recessed aluminum grab rails on coach house - Halyards, reefing lines, mainsheet, boom vang led to cockpit under cover - 4 x 6 sheave turning blocks with inspection lids on line cover - 14 spinlock stoppers for cockpit led lines - 2 x Lewmar 43 CST winches for halyards, reefing, mainsheet, boom vang - 2 x Lewmar 56 CST winches for genoa sheets - 2 x Lewmar 46 C for spinnaker sheets - Coach house mounted main traveler - Two genoa tracks with adjustable cars and adjusting lines and 2 sheet turning blocks - Two maneuvering line cleats - Two genoa sheet cleats - Two spinnaker sheet cleats - Goiot pedestal steering with compass (47", diameter) - Two flush shroud chainplates (Beneteau Patent) - Two hinged pad eyes for spinnaker downhaul - Four hinged pad eyes for spinnaker sheets and pole topping lift - Two sail - life raft lockers - One gas bottle locker - One locker for access to steering quadrant - Self bailing cockpit - Teak slatted cockpit benches with repeaters area - Teak cockpit grating - Two winch handle boxes - Three winch handles (1 locking handle) - Recessed engine control lever - Recessed engine control panel - Double effect manual bilge pump - Aluminum water intake fittings - Aluminum fuel intake fitting - Backstay chainplate with built in step - Opening swim platform in transom or transom steps with lockers - Swim ladder - Altuglass sliding companionway hatch - Altuglass hatchboard with vent - One flush mounted opening hatch over fwd. sail locker - Two flush mounted opening hatches over fwd. cabins - Four flush mounted opening hatches in coach house coaming - Two opening ports in cockpit - Fixed skylight on coach house Rigging - 7 - 8 rig with Sparcraft tapered anodized aluminum mast and 2 sets of swept back spreaders - Anodized aluminum boom (Sparcraft) - All halyards, reefing lines led to cockpit Standing Rigging - Discontinuous rod rigging, incl. forestay & backstay - Forestay chainplate in chain locker - Proengin double groove stay (with furling drum recessed in anchor locker) - Backstay adjuster - Rigging grounded to keel bolts Running Rigging - Main, genoa halyards - Mainsheet with tackle (5:1 purchase) - Genoa sheets - Reefing lines (3) - Outhaul - Boom vang Sails - Biradial Dacron main (Elvstrom) 3 reef lines - Biradial Dacron 135% genoa (Elvstrom) Inside Accommodations - Varnished Pear interior. - Cherry, Mahogany available at additional cost Forward Sail Locker (focsle) - Flush mounted opening hatch - S-S ladder with teak steps - Lockers Forward Head Compartment (Owner's Cabin Version) - One piece molded Fiberglas head compartment - USCG approved marine head with holding tank - Vanity - Lockers - Mirrors - Handrails - Skylight on coach house - Ventilation through coach house and focsle (3 vents) - Teak grating - Hot and cold water shower - S-S sink - Four halogen lights (2 above sinks, 2 above vanity) Forward Owners Cabin: To Starboard - Double berth - Three drawers under berth - Lockers alongside hull - Portholes in hull - Two halogen reading lights - Opening hatch on coach house - Opening hatch on coach house coaming - Roller blinds on hatches To Port - Settee - Hanging locker - Lockers alongside hull - Porthole in hull - Lighting - Opening hatch on coach house - Opening hatch on coach house coaming - Roller blinds on hatches Two Forward Cabins Version: In Each Cabin - Double berth - Hanging locker - Vanity - Lighting throughout - Lockers alongside hull - Porthole on hull - Opening coach house hatch - Opening coaming hatch - Drawers - Roller blind on hatches Main Cabin - Dining table with cabinetry finish - Lockers alongside hull - Stowing space, lockers, bar - Four opening coaming hatches - Leather covered aluminum grab rails - Built in roller blinds in grab rails - Four halogen lights - Three fluorescent lights with independent switches - Floorboards with rubber non skid strips - Forced air permanent ventilation - Liner - Water heater under berth Galley - Carrare marble working space - Two S-S round sinks 11 7-8" diameter - Hot and cold water - Salt water foot pump with Y valve for icebox drain - Lockers under sinks, dustbin, baskets - Dust collecting pan - Eight cubic foot S-S ice box (2 compartments) - Electric refrigeration (12 volt) - Drawers and sliding baskets - Gimbaled 3 burner stove with oven - S-S stove protection rod - Leather covered aluminum grab rails - Built in roller blinds in grab rails - Four halogen lights - Lockers along hull - Opening hatch in coaming - 172 gal. approx. fresh water (in rigid tanks) Nav station - Stowage lockers - Bookrack - Instruments panel - Electric panel control with 24 functions, voltmeter, ammeter and 12 V outlet - Halogen lighting - Tools drawer with 8 Facom tools - Grab rail with built in roller blind Companionway - Sliding hatch with vent - Altuglass hatchboard with vent - Anodized aluminum frame for hatchboard - Molded aluminum companionway steps with molded wood top - Removable lower companionway steps for easy engine access - Leather covered aluminum grab rails - Teak grating - Two halogen lights - Two night lights Aft Head Compartment - One piece molded Fiberglas head compartment - USCG approved marine head with holding tank - Stowage space, mirror - Grab rail - Opening hatch on coaming - Port in hull open wet locker - Hot and cold shower (hand held) - S-S sink - Halogen light Aft Cabin (identical cabins for 2 aft-cabin version) - Double berth - Lockers - Hanging locker - Stowing space and drawers - Engine access panels - Opening hatch on coaming - One halogen light - Two halogen reading lamps - Hull porthole - Cockpit opening porthole with roller blind Electricity - 24 function hinged electric panel - Lighting throughout - Pressurized water system - 2 x 124 amp. batteries - Electric bilge pump - 110 Shorepower & charger Engine - Diesel 60 hp - 43 gal. approx. diesel fuel tank - Engine control panel - Two bladed prop Miscellaneous - Winch handles - 11 gal. water heater - Beneteau briefcase - Shipping cradle
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