Neff Yacht Sales / Used 43 foot BENETEAU 423 Cruising Sailboat - Bramasole

BENETEAU 423

Bramasole

2004 • 43' (13.16 m) • Cruising Sailboat
United States

$132,500 USD

NEW LISTING! - 2004 Beneteau 423

The very popular Beneteau 423 is a beautiful, accommodating, great performing boat that was designed by the world renowned naval architects, Groupe Finot, and is one of the most popular cruising sailboats ever built by Beneteau.

"BRAMASOLE" has spent most of its life in freshwater, and is currently docked in a freshwater marina in Hilton Head, SC.

Factory description - "This is a yacht built with her owners' comfort in mind. She may be all strength and performance above, but below decks, she's all light and beauty. Down the companionway steps, you'll discover an imaginative interior design that will delight the most demanding cruising sailor. The hallmark Beneteau joinery work beautifully frames a layout that boasts more storage and light than we've ever produced in a sailboat of this size."

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Vessel Information

Builder: BENETEAU
Model: 423
Model Year: 2004
Type: Sailboat
Category: Cruising Sailboat
Condition: Used

LOA: 43' (13.16 m)
Beam Feet: 12' (3.94 m)
Draft Feet: 5' (1.70 m)
Engine Info: 54 HP, Single, Inboard, Diesel, Yanmar
Staterooms: 2

Location: HIlton Head, S. Carolina United States
City: HIlton Head
Country: United States

Overview

Construction

Hull - Hand-laid solid GRP bonded to a structural grid/hull liner of directional fiberglass/GRP for a strong, stiff, light composite. Vinylester hull barrier coat to resist osmotic blistering and zone-specific stitchmat laminates for specific increased strength optimization.

Deck - Cored GRP sandwich construction for stiffness, thermal and acoustic insulation and lighter weight. Solid fiberglass reinforcements in high load areas. Integral unidirectional GRP deck beams for added strength.

Main bulkheads bonded 360° to the hull and deck for rigid torsional and compressive strength.

Rigging and Sails

STANDING RIGGING

  • Discontinuous SS 1X19 rigging: forestay, twin backstays, upper and intermediates, capshrouds,
  • fwd lower and aft lower shrouds

RUNNING RIGGING

  • (1) Genoa halyard
  • (2) Genoa sheets
  • (1) Main halyard
  • (1) Mainsheet
  • (1) Main boom topping lift
  • (1) Solid vang
  • (2) Mainsheet traveler control lines

SPARS

  • Deck stepped, anodized aluminum roller furling mast
  • (optional classic mast available)
  • Anodized, aluminum boom
  • Mast step with 6 blocks
  • Double aft swept spreaders
  • Whisker pole

SAILS

  • Performance cruising upgraded sails standard
  • Roller furling mainsail
  • 140% Roller furling Genoa with cover & foam luff

DECK GEAR

  • (2) Genoa sheet tracks
  • (2) Lewmar® 48 CSTO genoa sheet winches, mounted on cockpit coaming
  • (2) Lewmar® 40 CSTO halyard/control line winches
  • Profurl® genoa roller furling with drum above deck
  • (1) Mainsheet track on coachroof
  • (2) Stoppers, mainsheet & traveler control lines
  • (6) Stoppers for control lines (including Genoa halyard on the mast)
  • SS bow fitting with (2) anchor rollers
  • (6) Aluminum mooring cleats
  • Self bailing anchor locker in the bow
  • Horizon express electrical windlass

ON DECK

  • Hot and cold transom/cockpit shower
  • (1) Port cockpit locker
  • (1) Starboard cockpit locker
  • (1) LP gas locker aft port side of cockpit
  • (1) Helm seat provides easy access to transom
  • Teak inlaid cockpit seats
  • (2) Aft lockers
  • Halyard hangers aft of coachroof
  • (2) Winch handle pockets
  • Built-in dodger coaming
  • (2) SS handrails on coachroof
  • Side decks w/molded raised bulwark w/teak cap rail
  • Swim platform locker
  • GRP steering pedestal w/instrument console
  • Folding leaf cockpit table
  • (2) Winch handles
  • Flag staff

FORWARD MASTER CABIN

  • Headroom 6' 1"
  • Centerline island berth
  • Shelf on hull, both sides
  • (2) Drawers and (1) storage locker under berth
  • (1) Hanging locker to port
  • (1) Settee and storage locker port side
  • (1) Lewmar® size 54 hatch, (1) Lewmar® size 10 hatch
  • Forward starboard toilet
  • (1) Lewmar® size 10 hatch

AFT CABIN

  • Headroom 6'4"
  • Double berth
  • Hanging locker
  • Storage cabinet
  • Shelf on hull
  • Seat inboard of hanging locker
  • (2) Opening Lewmar® ports
  • (1) Lewmar® size 20 hatch

MAIN SALON

  • U-shaped dinette
  • (2) Cabinets with louvered doors
  • Storage behind dinette with bottle racks
  • Storage and access to plumbing & hot water heater under dinette
  • Expandable table with leaf, converts into double berth with filler cushion
  • Central settee with storage underneath
  • AM/FM stereo/CD player with (4) speakers
  • (2) Lewmar® size 30 hatches(1)
  • Skylight across deck above the salon1-part hinged, wood companionway steps with gas spring for easy access to engine room
  • (2) Wooden handrails on companionway bulkhead

GALLEY

  • 3 Burner LPG stove w/oven, grab rail attached
  • SS Storage baskets
  • Tableware drawer
  • Cabinets & microwave shelf above work space
  • Trash can
  • Aft Starboard
  • (2) Opening Lewmar® ports
  • (1) Lewmar® size 20 hatch
  • (3) Opening Lewmar® ports
  • (1) Lewmar® size 20 hatch
  • Granicoat® countertop
  • Front opening 12V fridge/ top loading freezer

PLUMBING

  • Self-draining cockpit
  • Manual bilge pump
  • Electric bilge pump
  • (1) Fiberglass fresh water tank integrated into hull
  • liner in the bow
  • Hot water heater - 11 gallon capacity
  • (2) Rectangular SS sinks in galley
  • Fwd head features fiberglass wash hand basin w/faucet and separate shower stall w/hand held shower and support
  • Aft head features fiberglass wash hand basin w/combination faucet & hand shower w/shower hose and support
  • All showers drain w/separate electric drain pump

ELECTRICAL

  • Grounded rig
  • Conduit for standard and optional wiring
  • 12 Volt 28 function control panel
  • 110 Volt shore power socket on transom
  • 110 Volt control panel at chart table
  • (7) 110 Volt outlets
  • 40 Amp battery charger
  • Batteries: (1) 100 Amp engine, (2) 200 Amp
  • Lights:
  • Flush mounted halogen lights
  • Fluorescent light in galley and heads
  • Reading light in each cabin
  • Bi-color navigation light
  • Stern light
  • Anchor light
  • Combination deck and steaming light
  • Mini spot light white/red lens at chart table
  • Propane Gas Circuit

ADDITIONAL EQUIPMENT

  • Raytheon® ST60 Tridata
  • Raytheon ST60 Wind
  • ICOM® M402 VHF marine radio
  • AM/FM Stereo w/CD player
  • Microwave
  • Stern rail seats
  • Bimini, dodger, connector
  • Samsung TV on bulkhead in salon
  • Shore power cord
  • Hot & cold cockpit shower
  • Dock lines
  • Fenders
  • Anchor, chain, rode
  • Life jackets

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