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Experienced cruisers outfitted this 2002 Beneteau 473 with everything needed to fully enjoy sailing from Maine to Florida, through the Bahamas, and as far south as Grenada. That included the addition of a stern arch, 7 new deck hatches, solar panels, folding prop, watermaker, beefed up refrigeration, auxiliary fuel tank, life raft, oversized stainless steel framing for a new dodger with Makrolon polycarbonate windows and a bimini running the entire length of the cockpit with side screening, and a RIB with wheel steering, a seat and 15hp outboard engine.
Specifications, with Equipment and Information:
- Length: 47' 0"
- LOA: 46' 11"
- Displacement: 24277 lbs
- LWL: 43' 10"
- BEAM: 14' 2"
- DRAFT: 5' 7"
- Engine(s): Yanmar 4JH3TE
- Hours: 1690
- HP: 76
- Fuel: 100 gallons
- Water: 150 gallons
- Holding: 22 gallons
- Hull Construction: Fiberglass
- Manufacturer: Beneteau
- Model: 473
SHA SHA is a two-cabin Beneteau 473 providing generous accommodations for both the owners and guests. A large forward stateroom offers an island berth, and a private ensuite head compartment with separate stall shower. A U-shaped settee to starboard in the salon combines with a bench seat on centerline to afford comfortable dining and entertaining and can then be converted to another double berth for additional guests. Opposite to port is a long, straight settee that is 6'5" in length, affording yet another berth for overflow guests. There is ample shelving and locker storage above each settee, as well as custom dry storage under the floor panels. A nav station follows to port and is opposite the large galley. A full head with vanity is to port, with two doors, one of which provides private access to the roomy aft cabin.
L-shaped galley facing forward into salon and outboard to starboard, with lockers and storage
Dual stainless steel sinks with new brushed nickle faucet with sprayer and dish liquid dispenser, and splash guard for sink added in June 2012
Hot & cold pressure water
3-burner gimballed LPG stove and oven
Extra LPG tank added March 2012
Built-in microwave mounted into bulkhead
Spectra watermaker, with water quality monitor, added June 2012
Separate top-loading freezer with dedicated compressor
Separate front-loading refrigerator with new dedicated compressor added in April 2013
Electronics / Navigation
Raymarine E80 color GPS chartplotter & RL7076 radar display mounted at port helm
Garmin GPS Map 541 color GPS chartplotter mounted at nav station July 2012
Inmarsat offshore phone
Standard Horizon VHF radio with DSC mounted at nav station
Standard Horizon RAM mic mounted at port helm
ICOM handheld VHF
Autohelm 7000 autopilot
Raymarine depth, speed, distance, wind readouts at helm
Handheld depth sounder for dinghy
Personal locater beacon (PLB)
16GB chart chip for all of the Caribbean and Central and South America; electronic charts for Raymarine GPS for U.S. & Bahamas and Caribbean
Cruising guides and paper charts for all of the Bahamas and most of the Caribbean
Fischer Panda 8kW generator with 1400 hours
4 solar panels totaling 550 watts (2 installed in February 2012 and 2 in January 2014)
High output 3-step charge controller for solar panels, plus a diagnostic controller for laptop
All new Lifeline AGM house batteries added in March 2012
Added dedicated battery forward specifically for bow thruster and windlass
New Victron Charger/Inverter added in March 2013
12v DC and 110v AC electrical systems
Outboard engine brackets
Total Liferaft Capacity: 6
- Tent shade with matching fabric for sun and rain protection on deck while moored or docked in high-UV lower latitudes
- New Gori folding prop added in May 2012
- New Micron 66 bottom paint applied January 2014 with 3 coats; new waterline stripes added to bottom in January 2014
- New Spade primary anchor and 150 feet of chain and 150 feet of 5/8 line added in December of 2011
- 2 backup anchors -- 1 CQR and 1 Danforth
- Electric windlass with new wireless Auto Anchor added in September 2013, allowing control of the windlass from cockpit or from below deck
- Extra 50 gallon fuel bladder added in March 2012, with automatic switch to change fuel to main tank
- New water pumps, hoses throughout
- New fresh water washdown on bow added in May 2012
- New holding tank monitor added in June 2012
- Complete records for all oil changes and filter changes on engine and generator, along with records of any repairs
Sails and Rigging
New UK 135 percent genoa added in 2012
New Doyle asymmetric spinnaker added in May 2012 and used only 4 times, with all lines and blocks
Mainsail approximately 7 years old in excellent condition
New genoa sheets added March 2014
New topping lift added March 2014
Electric self-tailing winches
Sail IJPE-- I: 53.83 ft.; J: 18.08 ft.; P: 47.42 ft.; E: 17.08 ft
Working Sail Area: 892 sq. ft.
Aluminum keel-stepped spar
Stainless steel standing rigging
Mainsail in-mast furling; headsail furling
Displacement:length ratio = 136
Sail area:displacement ratio = 16.4
Please call or email us with any questions.
3027 U.S. Highway 17
Orange Park, FL 32003
Details of this vessel are offered in good faith by the Company. The
Information cannot be guaranteed; therefore it is up to the Buyer, his Agents,
or his Surveyors to verify.
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