2008 Beneteau 43 FOR SALE $219,000

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2008 Beneteau 43 FOR SALE $219,000

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Michael James
1421 Bay St. SE
St. Petersburg, FL 33701 United States

Tel 727-214-1590 ext 3
Tel (727) 214-1590
Fax (727) 213-9880
Email MJames@MurrayYachtSales.com

 

 

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43′ Beneteau 43

  • Year: 2008
  • Current Price: US$ 219,000 (02/11)
  • Located in Punta Gorda, FL
  • Hull Material: Fiberglass
  • Engine/Fuel Type: Single diesel
  • YW# 9224-2197951

 

 

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Price reduction! Please call or email ASAP to make an appointment to see this LIKE NEW Beneteau 43. This vessel is very well equipped, clean, low hours, and ready to go. AC, Genset, 2 chartplotters, electric windlass, electric halyard winch, Quiet Flush heads, and plenty more. Designed to complete the next generation of Beneteaus, the Beneteau 43 takes its place amongst the beautiful new Beneteau 40, 46, 50.
With a strong common appearance, this four boat range has a modern, elegant style drawn by naval architect Berret Racoupeau.

The striking interior is the work of the famed Italian design office of Nauta Design, renowned for exquisite yachts of distinction.

The 2008 Beneteau 43 is two cabins, with two heads with showers.

The accommodation of this voluminous 43 footer brings all the comforts expected from an exceptional sailing yacht with blue water cruising ambitions.

 

 

Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:

Builder/Designer 

 

Builder: Beneteau

Designer: Berret-Racoupeau / Nauta Design

Dimensions 

 

LOA: 43 feet

LWL: 38.08 feet

Beam: 13.5 feet

Bridge Clearance: 60 feet

Engines 

 

Engine(s): Yanmar

Engine Model: 4JH4E

Hours: 75

Cruising Speed: 8.63 miles per hour

Max Speed: 9.9 miles per hour

Tankage 

 

Fuel: 53 gallon

Water: 100 gallon

 


Dimensions
Ballast: 6,239 lbs
Displacement: 19,556 lbs

 


Engines
Total Power: 54

 


Tanks
Holding: 2 x 21 gallons

 


Accommodations
This 2008 Beneteau 43 is the two cabin two head layout. The large salon windows, opening hatches, and opening ports provide a lot of light below.
Light toned ALPI- MOABI woodwork, soles w/parquet look

 

 

  • Forward stateroom with a v-berth, ample storage, mirrored vanity, en suite head with electric head and shower stall
  • Aft stateroom with large double birth, settee, hanging storage, and seprate access to the aft head
  • Salon features the galley aft on the port side, nav station to port and a settee to port. The aft head is to starboard of the companion way and features a seprate shower and electic head. The dinette wrap around dinette to starboard

 


Galley

  • Rectangular stainless steel double sink
  • Hot & cold pressurized mixer tap
  • Gimbaled 3-burner stainless steel stove w/oven & stainless steel
  • safety bar
  • 4.55 cubic foot front-opening 12 Volt refrigerator
  • 2 cubic foot top-opening GRP freezer w/12 Volt unit
  • 110 Volt microwave oven
  • (1) Locker w/double door under sink & waste bin
  • (2) Closed shelves for stowage, cutlery drawer
  • (1) Shelf w/stainless steel fiddle
  • (1) Opening port in coaming
  • Galley lighting: (2) halogen overhead lights, (1) light over stove
  • (1) 110 Volt socket
  • (1) Deck hatch w/ blind/screen

 


Electronics

  • Raymarine ST 6002 Autopilot
  • Icom VHF at Nav Station
  • Icom Command remote mic at helm
  • Raymarine ST60 Tridata display
  • Raymarine ST60 Graphic display
  • Raymarine ST60 Wind display
  • Raymarine E120 multi function nav display/chartplotter in cockpit
  • Raymarine E80 multi function nav display/chartplotter at Nav station
  • Raymarine 4KW Raydome radar
  • ACR 406Mhz EPIRB
  • Sony AM/FM/CD/MP3 with 2 cockpit and 2 salon speakers
  • Jensen 12V – 19″ LCD flat screen TV
  • Jensen 12V DVD/CD player

 


Electrical

  • Backlit electrical panel: (10) 12 Volt switches & (11) fused switches & (3) 110 Volt breakers
  • 12 Volt cigarette lighter socket
  • 110 Volt double pole circuit breakers
  • 110 Volt -12 Volt voltmeter
  • Water gauge & fuel gauge w/central LCD screen
  • Low battery and low diesel tank alarms
  • Battery charging: 110 Volt shore supply & 50′ shore power cable
  • 40 Amp battery charger
  • 80 Amp alternator on the engine
  • 12 Volt battery isolator
  • Lightning grounding for the rigging
  • (6) 110 Volt sockets
  • (6) Reading lights, (14) halogen overhead lights
  • Bow & stern nav lights, steaming light, fore deck light, anchor light/masthead navigation light
  • Quick 1000 W vertical windlass w/ remote control

 


Sails & Rigging

  • Furling Neil Pryde genoa w/140% overlap, reinforced w/anti-UV protection strip
  • Furling Neil Pryde mainsail w/ vertical battens
  • Mainsheet led back to port winch
  • Furling genoa w/drum on deck, furling line led back to the cockpit to port
  • (2) Genoa tracks & adjustable cars
  • (2) Genoa sheet foot blocks
  • Running rigging is led to the cockpit
  • Running rigging includes:(1) Main halyard, (1) Genoa halyard w/jammer & cleat on mast, (1) boom topping lift w/cleat on mast (not
  • led to cockpit), (1) roller furling mainsail outhaul line and (1) inhaul line, (1) mainsheet w/track, (2) mainsheet traveler control lines, (2) genoa sheets and (1) genoa roller furling line
  • Rigid boom vang w/tackle
  • Fractional 9/10 anodized aluminum deck stepped mast w/mainsail furling system
  • Twin aft swept spreaders
  • Anodized aluminum boom w/outhaul car
  • Stainless steel shrouds and stays
  • Genoa roller furling system
  • Stainless steel chain plates tied to the hull liner molding w/stainless steel tie rods
  • Gennaker Halyard and Gear

 


Deck & Hull
Hull of 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.
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.

 

 

  • Stainless steel open bow rail w/nav lights
  • (2) Stainless steel stern rails
  • Lifeline gates
  • Lifebuoy holder, outboard motor bracket, & flag staff
  • Double vinyl coated lifelines w/ gates
  • Opening side gates in lifelines
  • (3) Cockpit stowage lockers
  • Teak inlaid cockpit seats
  • (2) Compasses, one at each helm position
  • GRP cockpit table w/2 drop leaves fitted w/locker & SS handrail
  • Aft surface of table support has swiveling pod for the chart plotter
  • (2) Waterproof speakers
  • (2) Winch handle pockets
  • Reading lamp w/12 Volt socket
  • (1) Shore supply socket to starboard
  • Self-draining GRP cockpit floor
  • 2-bottle gas locker w/ 1-bottle
  • Opening stern gate w/pivoting seat giving access to bathing platform
  • Teak slatted swim platform
  • Swim ladder with teak steps to starboard
  • Hot & cold cockpit shower
  • Rub Rail w/ SS Strake
  • Chrome finish Lewmar?? self tailing winches:
  • (2) Lewmar?? 48 genoa sheet winches on coaming
  • (2) Winches on coachroof: (1) Electirc 40 on port & (1) 40 on starboard
  • (2) Winch handles & (2) winch handle pockets
  • Welded stainless steel bow fitting
  • (1) Bow roller w/ permanent anchor stowage
  • 45 LBS CQR anchor and rode
  • (6) Aluminum mooring cleats w/rub strakes
  • Self-draining anchor rode/chain well w/ lid

 


Mechanical

  • Yanmar 4JH4AE ? 54 hp
  • Engine bed integrated in hull liner, soundproofed with insulating foam
  • Access under companionway steps through an opening supported by gas struts
  • Stainless steel propeller shaft w/GRP protection
  • Fixed three-blade propeller
  • Rotomolded 52 gal fuel tank w/electronic gauge
  • Seawater filter & diesel fuel filter/water separator
  • Engine panel w/integral key start in cockpit
  • 5KW Westerbeke genset w/ 25 hrs
  • 2 AC Units totaling 26000 BTUs
  • Digital Thermostats in main salon and aft cabin
  • Fresh water: 95 gal standard
  • Electric pressure water pump w/filter
  • (2) Rotomolded water tanks fixed to the hull liner
  • (53 gal under port aft cabin berth & 42 gal under fore cabin berth)
  • (2) Stainless steel deck fillers for water
  • Cockpit shower w/hot and cold water
  • Electric shower drain pumps
  • (3) Bilge pumps (one manual and 2 electric)
  • 6 gal electric water heater

 


Additional Equipment

  • 45 lb. CQR w/ 200′ 3/8″ HT Chain and 150′ 5/8 nylon rode
  • Fortress FX-37 with 50′ chain and 200′ rode
  • West Marine (by Zodiac) HP-5 inflatable
  • Yamaha 4HP Four Strock Kicker
  • Shaefer 5 1/4″ SS stern chocks
  • Two 10 lb. aluminum LP tanks
  • Leather wrapped helm wheel
  • Leather wrapped interior handrails
  • Mirror in Fwd cabin Fwd bulkhead
  • Custom Dodger and Bimini with connector
  • Hatch and winch covers

 

 


 


Disclaimer
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.


 
Last Revised: Feb 26, 2011 

 

 

 

 

 

Michael James
Michael James
Michael James has been with Murray Yacht Sales since 1995 and is in the the New Orleans office.

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