Perfect Blue Water cruising escape
Mary Colleen is a yacht that is perfect for blue water cruising, with many Beneteau options and extras that make spending long periods of time away from a marina comfortable.
A giant stateroom aft provide provides apartment like space – you’ll never feel couped up spending months aboard this boat. Likewise, the spacious saloon offering a wide lounge, large dining area and a generous separated galley that is well ventilated. A deep freeze has been added in what was originally a crew cabin, for keeping stores and extending your time away. There is a dishwasher, washing machine, generator powered air-con, ice maker, water maker, gas stove with oven and lots of power options to ensure all the comforts of home are always with you.
Sails are easy to operate by one or two people. The tender can be easily launched and re–stored and a re–designed Bimini and cockpit cover can be filled in on all sides with clears making the weather protection so effective that the original owners claim to have travelled 50,000 Nm without ever once needing their wet weather gear.
Mary Colleen is a luxurious boat ready for very comfortable and fast cruising. Large enough for extended cruising but manageable enough for a couple.
There is a review of the 57 on yacht and boat http://www.yachtandboat.com.au/news/beneteau-57-review
5 Reasons to buy this boat
- Beautiful Accommodation
- Easily Handled
- Safe and comfortable offshore
- Practical layout for long passages and distant anchorages
- Goldilocks size for cruising. Not too big, not too small
|Make / Model||Beneteau 57 centre cockpit|
|Designer||Farr Yacht Designs|
- Reference Number
- Hull Material
- $525,000 Aud
- Vessel Name
- Mary Colleen
- Launch Year
- 4.93 m
- 2.6 m
- 21,500 Kg
- Deck Material
- Keel / balast
- Fin keel
- Farr Yacht Designs
- Beneteau France
- Registration Number
Engine Make: Yanmar 4LHAHTP 160 Hp
Serial Number: M250971
Engine Hours: 2900
Fuel Type: Diesel
Propellers: 3 blade Max prop. With rope cutter.
Drive Type: Shaft
Steering system: Hydraulic Wheel Steering from Centre cockpit
- Bow thruster. Electric and can work without engine
- Electric genoa furler.
Lewmar electric and manual winches. All self tailing.
Code zero furler. Staysail furler.
Boom Crane for lifting dingy to aft Deck.
Hydraulic davits for lifting dingy with outboard behind transom. Operated with wireless remote.
Transom retracting swim platform and stairs with wireless remote.
- 3.8M inflatable with rigid floor.
- 15Hp Yamaha outboard with lifting straps and an 8 Hp Yamaha.
- Ground Tackle
- Stainless steel anchor with swivel. Electric Windlass (rebuilt and rewired in 2015). Fresh water deck wash in Anchor locker
- New Dodger, bimini and covers in 2018, includes full clears to surround cockpit, much better forward visibility and excellent weather protection. New covers for outboard motors.
- 3 cabins.
Master suite aft with desk, lounge and ensuite.
2 full double cabins forward each with it’s own ensuite but with a shared separate shower, accessible from both bathrooms. Custom made mattresses for extra comfort.
The Crew cabin that is standard in this model has been converted into a workshop and houses a second large deep freeze and a washing machine. This is located midships across from the engine room.
Bathrooms: 4 heads Jabsco electric quiet flush, 3 showers.
The saloon has a dedicated chart table and lounge to starboard, the main dinette is to port and can seat 8 comfortably. Excellent light and ventilation. Forward facing ‘skylight’ windows. Clear washboards for light and safety. Upholstery in ivory, material is Alcantara which is stain resistant.
- Flat screen digital TV in saloon and owners cabin. Blueray DVD player. Radio/CD Player (Clarion)
- Large and separate U-shaped galley to port. Microwave and dishwasher. upright refrigerator and freezer. Deep freeze in crew cabin. Double sink. Corian benchtops. 4 burner deluxe stainless steel gimballed stove with oven. Electric exhaust fan with light overhead. Stainless steel rails added to all shelves to ensure things stay in place.
- Safety Gear
- Inner circle 8 man Liferaft. Life Jackets. Flares. Jack stays, Jon buoy recovery module. 2 horseshoe liferings with drogues.
Electric, manual and engine driven bilge pumps. Engine driven 3700 gallons/ Hr
- 12, 24 and 240V circuits. 630 amps of 24 volts, 315 amps of 12 volts, an independent starting battery and a 2500 WATT INVERTER. 2 Battery Chargers. 630 amps of 24 volts, 315 amps of 12 volts and a 2500 WATT INVERTER. 2 x 327w Sunpower E20 panels. Optima redtop 800 CCA (cold cranking amps) start battery. 100 amp charger on 24v. Upgraded Yanmar 12 v alternator to 80 amp.
Australian 240 outlets.
Solar panels mounted on stainless steel Targa
- Raymarine radar dome, 24nm HD
Raymarine E120 Multi function display deck navigation station pod
Raymarine e165 hybrid touch at chart table
Iridium Sailor Satellite phone
Icom HF marine radio ICm802
Mastervolt battery monitors
Forward looking sonar
- Sail Inventory
- Mast Rigging
- Anodized furling mast. Masthead rig, 3 spreaders. Electric Genoa Furler 24V. Electric Staysail furler. Staysail on self tacking track. Carbon Fibre spinnaker poles mast mounted
- General Remarks
- Spare Hydraulic ram and pump for autopilot. Stainless steel BBQ.
Passerelle in aluminium and teak.
Dockside water pressure system.
Mood deck lighting.
Facnor manual staysail furling system, self-tacking track and running backstays.
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