The Beneteau First 51 from the late 1980's era is considered an excellent boat for racing and cruising. This 1989 First series yacht was designed by German Frers and built in Europe. They are some of the best boats built by Beneteau. Considered comparable to the Swans of that era but at half the cost. The boats are featured prominently in Ferenc Mate's acclaimed book of that time "The World's Best Boats". This is an great example of a blue water yacht, at home both racing and cruising. Critical Path is well appointed and ready to go. Fully equipped for adventure in local waters or ports afar. This Beneteau First 51, built in 1989 by Beneteau- France, and was designed by German Frers. This design features a round bilged hull, shoal draft wing keel, balanced rudder, Perkins 85hp diesel engine, keel stepped three spreader mast, fore stay and back stay rod rigging with wire shrouds, main sail, Genoa and spinnaker, ten Lewmar winches, 3 cabins including large owners cabin in the aft, a separate crew cabin, dual air conditioning, extensive navigational equipment. Fantastic sailing capacities, and a well laid-out interior.
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Tilleggsinformasjon, tilbehør og utstyr:
Designer: German Frers
Flaggstat: United States
LOA: 51 ft 4 in
Bom: 14 ft 11 in
LWL: 43 ft 1 in
Minimum Kjøldybde: 5 ft 11 in
Maksimum Kjøldybde: 5 ft 11 in
Ballast: 14220 lbs
Klarering til bro: 73 ft 10 in
tørrvekt: 30865 lbs
Drev type: Direkte drev
Sails and Rigging Sails & Rigging: A. Storm TrySail B. Storm Jib C. Heavy weather Jib D. Two spinnaker poles E. Reaching Strut F. Spinnaker running gear G. Spinnaker ¾ oz (2,000 SF) H. Jib 155% Technora I. Jib 140% Technora J. Jib 120% Techorna K. Main Sail, Dacron (New 1/2019) with Lazy Jack system L. Cruising Jib 140% M. Navtec Hydraulic backstay & boom vang N. Running Rigging partially replaced in 2018 and 2020 0. Harkin Roller Furler P. Standing rigging replaced in 2013
Electronics and Navigation Navigation: A. Laptop Computer, Compaq w/ 17" screen, wired to GPS and Cockpit instruments B. Navigational Software "Nobel-Tech Odyssey C. Ships Log program D. Digital Charts (Coastal US & Caribbean) E. Paper Charts (Florida, Gulf of Mexico, Bahamas & Eastern Caribbean, including ABCIslands) F. Garmin 721 Chart Plotter at Nav Station G. RayMarine E80 Radar/ Chart Plotter Cockpit Instruments a. Garmin 421 Chart Plotter at helm b. Compasses (2) c. RayMarine ST60, Wind d. RayMarine ST 60 Speed e. ComNav Multi display (Speed, depth, Position0 f. Nexus Multi display g. AutoHelm 8000 Auto Pilot Communication Equipment: A. VHF Radio, Standard Horizon w/ "Ram Mike" at helm B. Hand held VHF Radio, Standard Horizon C. Satellite Phone, Iridium D. Single Sideband, SGC Power Talk E. AIS interface with VHF Radio F. Kenwood KMR-D768BT AM/FM satellite radio with 6 speakers; w/ Sirius Weather G. 28" LED television H. DVD Player
Safety Equipment Safety Equipment: A. Para-Tech Sea Anchor (12 LF diameter) with 30 LF of 3/8" chain and 200 LF of ¾" nylon rode and 3/8" trip line B. Drogue (3 ft. cone) with 30 l.F of 3/8" chain C. Inflatable PFD / Harness with tethers (Qty. 6 ) D. Two 50 LF nylon strap "Jack Lines" E. "Ditch Box" with manual water maker F. 406 EPRIB G. MOB pole with lanyard attached strobe & "horse shoe " buoy H. MOB recovery float with tether I. Emergency Bilge Pump 5000 GPH, with discharge hose and electrical connections J. " Q" Beam 1M Candle power K. Binoculars, Fujinon 7x50 L. Manual Bilge pump M. CO2 Monitor N. Propane Monitor 0. Smoke detectors (2) P. First Aid Kit Q. Flairs R. Fire Extinguishers ( 6) S. Zodiac (8) Man Life Raft (certified 4/18) T. ITT Night ScopeU. Kannad Safe Link R10 Survivor Recovery System (Qty 2)
Deck and Ground Tackle Ground Tackle: A. 35 lb. aluminum Danforth anchor with 30 lf of 3/8" chain and 200 lf of¾" nylon rode B. 16 lb. aluminum Danforth anchor with 20 ft. of 3/8" chain and 200 lf of¾" nylon rode C. 55 lb. Delta with 200 LF 5/16" chain D. Lewmar 1500 Windless
Galley Equipment Galley Equipment: A. Complete set of Pots & Pans B. Complete set of China C. Cutlery & forks, spoons, knives D. Insulated drinking glasses E. Cooking tinsels F. G.E. Microwave G. Propane three burner stove H. Hot Water Heater 20 gal I. Toaster Oven J. Stainless coffee percolator K. Refrigerator & Freezer L. (12V system, Engine & 110 V systems w/ Holding Plates) M. Galley foot pump (salt water)
Updates and Spares Updated & Spare Equipment: A. House battery bank, ten (10) new 220 amp 6 Volt, new 4/2020 B. New Aluminum fuel tanks, Stbd. Main( 33 gal) & day tank (27 gal) C. Alternator 90 amp (spare) D. Starter (spare) E. Miscellaneous fuses & 12V light bulbs F. Cockpit radio speakers (1 set) G. New Starting battery 1/19 H. 50 amp Shore power extension cable 50 ft. I. Shore Power 30 amp splitter J. Battery Charger/ Inverter 2000 W (new 4/ 2020) K. Solar Panels 4000 Watts (2) 150 watt, (1) 100 watt, w/ mounting frames L. Blue Sky Solar Panel Regulator
Miscellaneous Miscellaneous Equipment: A. Carib Dingy 10.5 hard bottom (new 2015) B. 15 HP Yamaha two cycle engine with spare propeller C. Stainless Lifting bridle for dingy D. Dingy anchor E. Lifting "crane" for outboard F. Propane BBQ grill G. Insect screens for hatches, port lights and companion way H. Air Scoops for hatches & portlites I. Tools (wrenches, socket set, screw drivers, etc.) J. Anchor raw water "wash-down" K. Cabin fans 12 V (6)
Mechanical Equipment: A. Perkins 85 HP (Rebuilt 2016 194 hrs) B. Phasare 6.5 KW Generator (Rebuilt 2016) C. Two Mermade 16,000 BTU Air conditioners D. Water Maker, 12 V PUR 8.5 GPH E. 12 Volt Shore Power Cord Reel ("Lindenny")
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