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Old 21-05-2015, 10:46   #1
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2008 Beneteau 49'

Princess of Tides is now for sale after a few years of great sailing in the Caribeans. She is now lying in St Georges in Grenada .
The boat is well laid out for the relaxed life style of the Caribbean, she has very roomy staterooms fore and aft with a large center saloon and spacious cockpit. We made many recent upgrades as we intended to keep Prince of Tides for a few more years. However, a change in circumstances has developed which resulted in a move to Europe and the decision has been made to sell Princess of Tides and purchase another yacht in Spain. Thus, the perspective purchaser is presented the opportunity of obtaining a premium vessel which is already in the cruising waters of the Caribbean .



ACCOMMODATION & INTERIOR

The two cabin layout features two island style queen berths with plenty of storage area. There are two heads with separate showers, full standing headroom and good ventilation throughout. The large saloon and galley area provide an excellent entertainment center. The dinette easily accommodates 6 people with a table that folds down from a full sized dining table to a “cocktail” size center island. A very well equipped navigation station is across form the galley with a forward facing bench seat. The galley is located to port of the companionway. It is a very large and workable food preparation area with an abundance of cabinets, lockers, and drawers which make it ideal either at anchor or underway. Front loading fridge, top loading freezer, double s/s sink with hot and cold pressurised water, microwave, 3 burner propane cooker with over and broiler. Accented with granite coat countertops.



MECHANICAL SYSTEMS

Accessible under the companionway steps, the 4JH4-TE four cylinder, turbocharged diesel engine was renewed in November 2013. Power is transmitted via a ZF-30 transmission to a three-bladed bronze Maxprop with rope cutter. The stern gland is a Volvo water fed gland, the Cutlass bearing was renewed in December 2014. Forward is a Lewmar TSL150 12v bow thruster with its own dedicated new battery.


ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS

• 4 x 12 volt service batteries, 1 x 12V engine start battery, 1 x 12v bow thruster battery.
• Balmar high output alternator charging
• 110 volt shore power system
• 110v outlets throughout
• Xantrex Truecharge 40 battery charger
• Wind generator with regulator (March 2014)
• 130 watt solar panel with regulator
• 2000 watt inverter with remote switch
Solar panel on top of bimini.




SPARS & SAILS

Masthead sloop rigged. Anodized ‘tall’ (3’ taller than standard mast) aluminium mast and boom with Sparcraft vang. Deck stepped with stainless steel compression post from deck to keel. Stainless steel standing rigging (professionally inspected 2013). Slab reefing mainsail. Profurl headsail furling system. Removable inner forestay and Navtec hydraulic backstay. 2 x Lewmar 65ST electric primary winches and 2 x Lewmar 46ST electric general purpose winches. Halyard and sheet leads are to the cockpit via misc. blocks and adjustable genoa cars and controlled by numerous single and double rope clutches.
• Mainsail (changed November 2014)
• Furling genoa (changed January 2015)
• Storm staysail


DECK EQUIPMENT

• 60# CQR anchor with 3/8” galvanized chain and rode
• Lewmar vertical windlass with capstan, foot switches and remote
• Stainless steel pulpit, pushpit, stanchions and guard wires
• Fortress FX-55 anchor
• Sail cover with lazyjacks
• Bimini, dodger, sail cover and wheel covers—Navy bleu
• 2 x helms with stainless steel ‘destroyer’ wheels
• Stainless steel dinghy davits aft with integrated Edson poles port and starboard for radar and wind generator
• Cockpit table
• Sugar scoop transom with stainless steel swim ladder and shower
• Boat Hook
• Miscellaneous dock lines and fenders
• AB Lammina 9.5AL dinghy with 9.8B two stroke Tohatsu outboard



NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT

• 2 x Plastimo steering compass
• Raymarine C125 radar/chartploter (changed December 2014)
• Raymarine ST60+ graphic (repeater)
• Raymarine ST60+ windspeed and direction
• Raymarine ST60+ tridata (knots, depth, log)
• Raymarine ST6002 Smartpilot autopilot
• Raymarine AIS splitter with class B transceiver
• Icom IC-M422 DSC VHF radio
• Satellite telephone
• Navigation lights



SAFETY EQUIPMENT

• 4 x fire extinguishers
• 2 x bilge pumps (1 x manual, 1 x electric and automatic)
. Jackstays
• Numerous lifejackets
• Radar reflector
• Foghorn
• Miscellaneous flares and other visual distress signals
• 6 man liferaft in soft case
• Horseshoe lifebuoy with floating strobe light
• Lifesling
• Emergency tiller
• Sundry spares and manuals for all equipment.

ADDITIONAL EQUIPMENT

• LG flat screen TV with masthead mounted antenna



CONSTRUCTION

Built in 2008 by Beneteau U.S.A. Prince of Tides has a white haul and deck with a navy blue bootop. The hull is of solid, hand-laid fiberglass construction with an internal grid system into which the bulkheads are bonded. The deck is end grained balsa cored with a molded anti-slip finish and solid lay-ups of glass in areas of high stress—winches, tracks, etc. Alloy toe rails, fin keel, spade rudder.

Builder/Designer
Year: 2008
Builder: Beneteau USA
Designer: Barret-Racoupeau
Construction: FRP
Keel Type: Fin Keel

Engine
Make: Yanmar
Model: 4JH4-TE
Power: 76 hp
Cruising Speed: 6.5 knots
Max Speed: 7.5 knots
Dimensions
LOA: 49’ 6”
Beam: 14’ 9”
Draft: 6’ 11”

Displacement: 12,962 kilograms
Ballast: 3,758 kilograms

Tanks
Fuel: 235 litres
Water: 564 litres
Holding 83 litres x 2

Location Grenada, W.I.

PRICE $235,000.00
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Old 28-06-2015, 06:14   #2
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Re: 2008 Beneteau 49'

Model of Beneteau?
Engine hours?


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Old 06-08-2015, 07:57   #3
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Re: 2008 Beneteau 49'

oceanis 49
engine has 450 hours
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Re: 2008 Beneteau 49'

Is the Beneteau 49 still available?
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