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Price: $37,900
Type: Sailboat
Year: 1992
Length: 31 ft.
Name: Wing Jammin
Location: La Salle, Michigan



1992 Beneteau First 310
"Wing Jammin"

Salespersons Remarks:
This popular Beneteau FIRST 310 Cruiser/Racer is an exceptionally well-kept freshwater boat. With two staterooms and an aft head, it is a comfortable cruiser for a family or 2 couples, yet very competitive if you wish to race. Built in the tradition of the Beneteau First Series and designed by Groupe Finot, the 310 is a great sailing boat that performs well in a wide range of conditions. In addition to on the water performance, the boat features a beautiful interior adorned with the trademark fine joinery work that you expect in a Beneteau. Call to see this boat soon, it won't be on the market for long!

Contact RCR Yachts listing broker:
Dave Regnet

Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Builder: Beneteau
Designer: Group Finot

LOA: 31.2 feet
LWL: 28.8 feet
Beam: 10.7 feet
Displacement: 7054 pounds
Bridge Clearance: 47.92 feet
J: 10.82, I: 38.18, P: 37.86, E: 12.95 PHRF-LE: 153

Fuel: 18.5 gallon
Water: 45 gallon
Holding: 15 gallon

Year: 1992
Type: Inboard
Propeller Type: Folding propeller
Maker: Volvo
Fuel: Diesel
Transmission: Direct Drive
Power: 18.0 HP

Vessel Walkthrough:
• Portside L-shaped galley
• Cherry finished drop leaf dinette table on centerline
• Teak & Holly Sole
• Two Cabin/One Head arrangement
• Forward: V-berth
• Aft-Cabin: Double berth; hanging locker to port
• Ample storage below berths, settees and within cabinets
• Nav table with hanging locker just aft
• Private head compartment aft to starboard
• New interior vinyl, 2018/2019

Main Salon:
Open layout Port & Starboard Settee seating with drop-leaf table makes for a perfect setting to entertain guests. Drop leaf table is removable. Plenty of lighting; numerous opening ports and hatches allow plenty of breeze and light in. Cherry-accented interior wood with stainless steel accents.

Well-equipped galley suitable for day sailing or distance cruising.
• S/S sink
• Pressurized H/C water (6 gl hot water heater)
• Below sink storage
• 2 burner stove
• Top-Loading Ice Box
• Sea Water Foot Pump

Deck /Hull & Equipment:
Hand laid solid G.R.P sandwich deck. Solid fiberglass G.R.P hull with solid fiberglass hull.
Minimal maintenance exterior.
• S/S bow & stern rails with stanchions, double lifelines with boarding gates
• Aluminum toerail
• Aluminum mooring cleats
• (2) Lewmar ST30 winches on cabin top, winches on cabin top 2014
• (2) Lewmar ST40 self tailing primary winches on coamings 2014
• Mainsheet traveler mounted in Cockpit
• Plas deck installed on the cockpit seats and interior step treads, Plasteak replaced wood trim, 2013.
• Custom Lewmar 46in Destroyer steering wheel. 2004
• Interlux 2000 epoxy bottom, 2013
• E-paint epoxy primer, 2015
• E-paint SN1-HP White bottom paint
• Keel and rudder faired, 2005
• Flex-o-Fold Two Blade folding prop, 2003
• Prop Strut bearing replaced, 2017

• Anodized Aluminum mast with boom
• Aft swept spreaders
• S/S rigging (forestay,lower shrouds, backstays)
• 12:1 Backstay adjuster
• Metal Sheaves in boom, 2019
• Metal Halyard sheaves in mast for Main and Jib halyards, 2012
• Factnor Roller Furling , Furler top swivel replaced, 2017
• New England Ropes T900 8mm Main Halyard 2003
• New England Ropes T900 8mm Spinnaker Halyards, 2003
• New England Ropes T900 8mm Primary Jib Halyard, 2018
• New England Ropes T900 8mm Secondary Jib Halyard, 2015
• Harken main sheet traveler, 4 to 1. 2003
• Harken main sheet 6 to 1 primary and 24 to 1 fine adjustment. 2003
• Harken Jib lead Cars replaced 2012
• 4 ea. Lewmar triple sheet stoppers, 2017
• Harken triple double stack deck organizers, 2013
• New England Ropes 8mm Endura Braid reefing lines, 2019
• New England Ropes 10mm Endura Braid Jib sheet lines. 2004
• Harken adjustable Spinnaker Ring Car and track, 2004
• Spinnaker Pole

• Dieball Mylar Main Sail, 2012
• Dieball Mylar 155 Genoa, 2013
• Dieball Dacron 110 Jib, 2011
• North .6oz Spinnaker, Used very little, like new 2004
• UK Cruising Chute with snuffer
• North Dacron main, 2003
• Quantum Dacron 155 Genoa, 2007

Electrical & Electronics Systems:
• Starting Battery replaced 2017
• House battery replace 2017
• Battery Charger, 2011
• 110V shorepower
• 4ea. Garmin GMI 10 Instrument system install in Navpod on cabin top. Wind, depth, speed, GPS information. 2010, updated 2015.
• Garmin 546 Chart Plotter mounted in a Navpod swivel on steering pedestal. 2010.
• 2 ea. Nexus Bulkhead Compasses, 2004
• Raymarine wheel autopilot, 2011

Additional Equipment
• Custom boat cover, 2018
• Custom Mainsail Cover, 2018
• Custom steering and instrument Covers, 2010
• 2 Winch handles
• Steel cradle
• Screens
• Fenders
• Docklines
• Fire extinguishers
• Horseshoe buoy
• Anchor with chain, rode
• Cockpit line hangers
• Winch handle holders
• Cockpit cushions

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.

Contact your RCR Broker for more details

Dave Regnet - Sales & Brokerage

Sandusky, Ohio


Phone: 419-202-0201

Dave Regnet learned to sail when he was 8 at summer camp on Lake Chautaugua. He returned 7 more summers because sailing (and teaching others to sail) became his passion. Dave grew up in Buffalo where he has been active in the Buffalo Harbor Sailing Club since the early 1980s. In 2007, Dave moved to the Dallas/Fort Worth area and became active in the Lake Grapevine Sailing Club. Returning north in 2010, Dave and his wife, Rebecca, joined the St. Marys Boat Club located on Grand Lake St. Marys. He was club champion in 2017. Dave’s retirement from over 30 years in manufacturing, sales management, and plant operations allows him to pursue his passion for boating by adding value to buyers and sailors alike in the Sandusky area of Lake Erie.