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Never chartered. Owner's Version!
1995 Beneteau Oceanis 440 “LAST HURRAH” A well cared for 440 that shows pride of ownership. The desired “owner’s version” with two large staterooms and two heads, large salon and excellent on deck accommodations, the 440 is an excellent cruising sailboat of live aboard. The owner’s change of plans dictates the sale.
- The interior of the 440 is stunning with beautiful wood cabinets and joinery, teak and holly sole, matching fabrics and natural lights and ventilation. You may board the 440 by way of either the port or starboard boarding gate. The side deck are wide, making maneuverability a breeze. As you enter the U-shaped cockpit the settees have inlay teak veneer and the helm is aft affording seating for a crowd. Forward of the helm is a center table with folding leafs and a self-draining cooler for those evening glasses of wine. Visibility from the helm and cockpit is outstanding. The helm seat will lift to allow a direct walk through to the swim platform and folding swim ladder. There are large lazarettes under the port and starboard settees. The companionway is centered and down a few steps you enter the main cabin. Behind the steps is access into the engine compartment and there is additional engine compartment access through removal side hatches in the galley and aft cabin. Immediately to port is the aft cabin with a large king-size berth, hanging locker, ample storage and an outboard shelf. Forward in the cabin is direct private access into the head. The head can also be entered directly from the main cabin. To starboard is the L-shaped galley area with ample countertops with fiddles, double stainless steel sinks, in counter freezer compartment with a top and front loading refrigerator. Above and below the counters are plenty of storage cabinets and drawers. The galley will please the onboard chef. The main salon features two separate chairs to port with a navigation station/desk in between. The original uncomfortable chairs were removed and two automobile (van) seats were added giving a much more comfortable seating area. Outboard is the electrical panel and navigation station electronics. All the way forward is a cabinet with large shelf above. To starboard is the dinette area with improved table with leaf stored in centerline bench seat, inboard settee for seating-with storage under the cushion, and a large U-shaped settee. Outboard are storage cabinets and built-in book shelves. All the way forward is the forward cabin which offers a large berth with custom made inner spring mattress and custom fitted sheets and mattress pad, small port side sitting settee and hanging lockers and cabinets. The forward cabin offers an ensuite head located aft and to starboard within the cabin.
- Double polished stainless steel sinks with extendable single lever faucet Hand pump for fresh water Tasco stainless steel gimbaled oven and three burner stove top GE Turntable microwave oven Adler-Barbour top loading freezer with thermostat Adler-Barbour front loading refrigerator with thermostat Countertops with fiddles Ample storage cabinetry and drawers Under counter slide out locker with wire baskets
- Vetus 1000 watt electric windlass with foot controls Stainless steel bow rollers and anchor pulpit CQR 45 pound primary anchor with chain rode CQR 45 pound secondary anchor with chain rode (2) 130’ Braided nylon anchor rodes with swivel Raw water anchor washdown Stainless steel bow and stern rails Stainless steel stanchions with coated double life lines Port and starboard boarding gates Edson outboard motor bracket on stern rail Life sling mounted on stern rail Aluminum toe rails Teak hand holds and cabin trim Green Sunbrella bimini and dodger (6) deck cleats Stainless steel radar arch with outboard motor hoist and dingy davits (4) Folding sport seats Shade tree awning Foredeck awning Emergency tiller system Single PVC dorade with stainless steel surround forward on main mast Teak inlay on cockpit seats Folding cockpit table with centered self-draining ice chest/storage chest Stainless steel propane grill with cover
- Sails and Rigging
- Z-Spar aluminum anodized mast and boom Double spreader, keel stepped mast Stainless steel rigging and turnbuckles In mast main mast furling Pro-Furl roller furling for genoa Airforce main sail was replaced in 2003 Airforce genoa with padded luff replaced in 2002 Scott-Doyle cruising chute with ATN furling sleeve All lines lead to cockpit with rope clutches (2) Lewmar #54 stainless steel winches (2) Lewmar #44 stainless steel winches Lewmar main traveler Lewmar sailing hardware
- Standard Horizon Intrepid VHF radio with DSC Standard Horizon GPS Chart 180 color chart plotter with helm display ICOM ICM-70 SSB radio Autohelm Multi-display with wind, speed, heading and log indicators Autohelm Flux-Gate Handheld Personal compass Plastimo compass Garmin GPS Map 541 color chart plotter with protective cover Autohelm wind indicator Autohelm Tri-Data display with depth, speed and log indicators Autohelm ST-7000 autopilot with spare drive unit Standard Horizon RAM microphone
- 12 volt DC and 120 volt AC power Central circuit breaker panel at navigation station, DC volt indicator Water tank and fuel tank gauges at panel 30 Amp shore power cord with adapters Heart Interface Link 2000 battery monitor 40 amp battery charger Single AGM 8-D 220 amp hour starting battery (2) 4-D 186 amp hour AGM house batteries in parallel Sony AM/FM/Cassette radio in main cabin Sony CDX-51 ten disc CD changer in main cabin Poly-Planar remote stereo speakers Raritan 11 gallon hot water heater with expansion tank (8) GFI protected 120 volt electrical receptacles Marine air conditioning 16,000 BTU with electronic control Dickerson Newport 9000 BTU propane heater in main salon
- Easy access into the engine compartment situated behind the companionway steps with additional access through removable panels in the aft cabin and galley. Perkins Prima M-80T, 78 hp diesel engine, fresh water cooled with 5859 hours Engine instrument display at helm with RPM and water temp gauges and engine alarms Hurth transmission Stainless steel shaft with dripless shaft seal Racor primary fuel filter Whitlock pedestal with forward ice chest and folding table Single stainless steel engine and transmission control 42 inch stainless steel destroyer steering wheel with brake Fireboy fire suppression system in engine compartment Max-Prop feathering 3 blade propeller Spare 3 blade propeller Oil exchanging system for main engine Spare alternator
- Broker's Comments
- The owners have sailed LAST HURRAH up and down the east coast but their plans have changed and they elect to sell her. She is a well-founded and cared for vessel that will please her next owner.
- Mechanical Disclaimer
- * Engine hours are as of the date of the original listing and are a representation of what the listing broker is told by the owner and/or actual reading of the engine hour meters. The broker cannot guarantee the true hours. It is the responsibility of the purchaser and/or his agent to verify engine hours, warranties implied or otherwise and major overhauls as well as all other representations noted on the listing brochure.
- The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.