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Price: $139,900
Brand: BENETEAU
Type: Sailboat
Year: 2011
Length: 37 ft.
Name: Puff Daddy
Location: Rochester, NY

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37' Beneteau Oceanis 37
• Year: 2011
• Located in: Rochester, NY
• Hull Material: Fiberglass
• Engine/Fuel Type: Single diesel
• YW#
• Available for co-brokerage


Yacht of the Year, by Voile Magazine: “Elegant and well thought-out, the new Beneteau 37 follows in the footsteps of its bigger sisters, with a contemporary belowdecks interior by Nauta Design and clean dynamic external lines by Groupe Finot Conq. Innovation dominates the design of this exceptional new boat, which takes the idea of design serving function to a completely new level.”

“Puff Daddy” is a very clean fresh water one owner well maintained yacht.

In-Mast Roller Furling, GPS/Plotter, Autopilot, Bimini, AC/Heat, Windlass

Listing broker Charles “Corbo” Corbishley for more information or to arrange a viewing; O: 585-339-9730, C: 585-752-2530, corbo@rcryachts.com

Dimensions:
LOA: 37.67 feet
LWL: 34.08 feet
Beam: 12.83 feet
Displacement: 14008 pound
Ballast: 4253 pound

Tankage:
Fuel: 37 gallon
Water: 98 gallon

Engine
Fuel: Diesel
Yanmar 3YM 29HP
low hours

CONSTRUCTION:
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.

Deck Infused 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.

STANDING RIGGING:
Deck stepped, 9/10 fractionally rigged roller furling, anodized aluminum, deck-stepped mast
Twin aft-swept spreaders
Halyard blocks attached to mast step
Anodized aluminum boom for roller furling mast w/outhaul car
Roller furling mainsail inhaul and outhaul lines
Stainless steel (1) 19 cable (Forestay, capshrouds, intermediates, lower shrouds, twin backstays)
(4) Chainplate tie rods for the shrouds

RUNNING RIGGING:
Running rigging is led to the cockpit
Running rigging includes:
(1) Mainsail halyard (1) genoa halyard w/jammer and cleat on mast, (1) boom topping lift w/cleat on mast, (1) roller furling mainsail inhaul line, (1) roller furling mainsail outhaul line, (1) mainsheet, (1) rigid boom vang w/tackle, (2) genoa sheets and (1) genoa roller furling line led along the toerail to a jammer

SAILS:
Furling genoa w/105% overlap, reinforced w/anti-UV protective strip
(1) PBF roller furling mainsail w/battens

DECK GEAR:
Winches are chrome-finish lewmar self tailing winches
(2) Genoa sheet winches on coaming (46 cst)
(1) Winch on portside coachroof (30cst)
(2) Aluminum winch handles
(2) Winch handle pockets in cockpit

MOORING AND ANCHORING:
Welded stainless steel bow fitting
(6) Aluminum 300mm mooring cleats w/stainless steel protection plates on the top of the hull deck line
Self-draining anchor locker w/cover and catch

ON DECK:
Stainless steel open bow rail w/nav light
(2) Stainless steel stern rails
Lifebuoy holder and flag staff
Double vinyl coated lifelines w/gates
Teak toe rail surrounding deck
(3) Cockpit stowage lockers
Teak inlaid cockpit seats
Pedestal mounted compass
GRP self-draining cockpit sole
Access to bathing platform via pivoting seat
Stainless steel swim ladder to starboard
(1) Cockpit shower to starboard

STEERING:
Spade rudder w/stainless steel stock
Single steering station in aft cockpit
(1) 36" diameter pedestal mounted steering wheel
Emergency tiller access point & emergency tiller

ACCOMMODATION:
Woodwork is fruit-tree stained ALPI
Parquet look laminated soles

OWNERS CABIN FORWARD:
Headroom: 6'3" at foot of berth
Double berth: 6'11" x 6'2" w/ innerspring mattress
Ample Stowage space:
(1) Two-door cupboard to starboard (hanging and shelved)
(1) Shelf either side of berth
(1) Locker under the berth (accessed through the front of the berth)
Lockers under the berth (accessed from the top)
(1) Dressing table w/stowage locker
Openings and lighting:
(1) Large opening hatch w/blind/screen
Halogen lights w/integral switches and strip lights

SALON & COMPANIONWAY:
PMMA companionway hatch and door
GRP companionway and companionway steps
(2) Stainless steel handrails
(1) Fixed overhead window w/curtain
Chart table to starboard faces towards companionway
Chart table w/lid and storage space
Moulded wood fiddle
(1) Shelf unit under table top
(1) Stowage locker under chart table w/shelving and cutlery storage
(2) High shelves
12 Volt electrical panel w/12 Volt socket
Lighting:
(1) Opening deck port on coaming in side window
(1) red/white striplight at the chart table
To Port:
U-shaped salon w/4/6-seater settee and 4 cushions
Stowage under the seats
Salon table w/wooden base
(1) Bar storage unit w/shelving aft of settee backrest
(1) Closed shelf along the hull
Openings and lighting:
Overhead lights
(1) large side window to port w/curtain
(1) opening hatch w/blind/screen
To Starboard:
Settee along the hull topside
Stowage under the seats
Shelf-bar unit along forward bulkhead
High shelf w/door
Openings:
(1) Large side window to starboard w/curtain

L-SHAPED GALLEY TO PORT:
(2) Rectangular stainless steel sinks
(1) Mixer tap w/hot and cold pressurized water
(1) Stainless steel gimballed 2-burner stove and oven w/stainless steel safety rail
(1) Front-opening 34 gal refrigerator w/12 Volt freezing unit
White laminated worktop
Stowage:
(1) Single door cupboard containing waste bin under sinks
(4) High closed stowage shelves
(1) Top-opening stowage locker
(1) Stowage locker under the stove
(1) Large-size dish rack w/draining system
Openings and lighting:
(1) Opening deck port on coaming in side window
Striplights and overhead lights at galley level

STARBOARD AFT HEAD:
Access through the salon
(1) Shower pan
(1) Large bowl manual marine toilet
21 gal rigid holding tank as standard
Worktop w/washbasin and built-in stowage locker w/ wood fiddle
Hot/cold mixer tap
(3) closed shelves
Mirror
(1) Locker under washbasin w/waste bin and paper-holder
(2) Coathooks on entrance door
Openings and lighting:
(1) Opening port on coaming w/curtain
(1) Opening port on cockpit backrest w/curtain
(1) Striplight and (1) overhead light w/switch

PORT AFT CABIN:
Headroom: 6'4"
Double berth 7'4" x 5'3" w/high quality bi-density marine mattress
Benchseat/side table to access berth
(1) Hanging locker
Oddments locker
Openings and lighting:
(1) Opening port on coaming w/curtain
(1) Opening port on cockpit backrest w/curtain
(1) Overhead light and (2) striplights

PLUMBING:
Fresh water:
Electric water pump w/accumulator tank and filter protecting the system
(2) Rotomolded water tanks fixed to the hull liner (37 gal beneath the port aft cabin berth & 54 gal beneath forecabin berth)
(2) Stainless steel water fillers, tanks are filled separately
Tank selection by ¼ turn valves
Hot & cold water cockpit shower
Drainage:
Electric wastewater pump for the shower
(2) Bilge pumps (one manual and one electric)
(1) Dish drain system
Self-draining cockpit and side deck drainage
Hot water:
6.6 gal electric water heater

ELECTRICAL:
Electrical panel:
(10) 12 Volt switches & (9) fused switches
12 Volt cigarette lighter socket
12 Volt voltmeter
Water gauge and fuel gauge via central LCD display screen
Low battery alarm and low diesel and water tank alarm
Supply:
(1) 110 Amp service battery (aft port cabin)
(1) 70 Amp engine battery (aft port cabin)
Battery charging:
Alternator coupled to the engine (80 Amp)
12 Volt battery isolator
Lightning grounding for the rigging
Lighting and sockets:
Reading lights in 2-cabin version
Halogen overhead lights
Bow and stern navigation lights
Engine light (steaming light) forward of mast
Masthead anchor light
Conduits for wiring of options

ENGINE EQUIPMENT:
Yanmar 29 hp engine – drive shaft transmission
Engine bed integrated in hull liner, soundproofed w/insulating foam
Access under companionway steps through an opening supported by gas struts
(2) Side access hatches in the head compartment and aft cabin
Stainless steel drive shaft w/GRP protection molded into the hull
Fixed three-blade propeller
Rotomoulded fuel tank (37 gal) w/electronic gauge, located under the aft starboard berth
Seawater and diesel filters and sediment reservoir
Engine control panel w/built-in key start in the cockpit to starboard

Deluxe Pack:
Remote Control Courtesy lighting
Dish Drainer, Salon Fiddles S/S
Extra Mirrors in Fwd Cabin and Head
Leather Covered Interior Handrails
Companionway Steps in Wood in Lieu of FRP
Padded Headboard in Aft Cabin
Upper Cabinet in Forward Cabin
Vanity Seat in Forward Cabin
Extra Group 31, 110 Amp Battery (total 3 Batteries)
AM/FM/MP3 Stereo with Speakers w/ Ipod docking

Deluxe Standard Features for 2011:
Remote Control Courtesy Lighting
Dish Drainer, Salon Fiddles S/S
Extra Mirrors in Fwd Cabin and Head
Leather Covered Interior Handrails
Companionway Steps in Wood in Lieu of FRP
Padded Headboard in Aft Cabin
Upper Cabinet in Forward Cabin
Vanity Seat in Forward Cabin
Extra Group 31, 110 Amp Battery (total of 3 Batteries)

Factory Supplied Options & Selections:
Yanmar 3YM30 29 HP Diesel w/ KM2P 2.62-1 Gear
150 engine hours
Bach Indigo Salon Upholstery
Innerspring Mattresses in Sleeping Cabins
In-Mast Mainsail Furling, Mainsail w/Vertical Battens
Shoal Draft Keel 4’7”
Propane Stove with Oven
Microwave Oven
16000 BTU AC Unit with Reverse Cycle Heat
Quick Electric Anchor Windlass

Electronics:
Raymarine C90W Widescreen Color Plotter with GPS at Helm
VHF at Nav Station w/DSC
Raymarine Below-Deck Autopilot LS40 w/ST6002 Smart Pilot on Starboard Coaming
Raymarine ST60+ Wind System
Raymarine ST 60+ Tridata Display
VHF Remote Command at Helm

RCR Supplied Gear and Equipment:
Canvas Package: Bimini & combination Wheel & Table Cover by Custom Covers & Canvas
Safety Package: Flares Kit, 2 Fire Extinguishers, 8 Life Jackets, Life Sling, Horseshoe, Throwable Flotation Device, Wooden Plugs
Anchoring Package: 35# Delta “Quick Set” Anchor w/Chain & Rode
Docking Package: 6 Dock Lines, 4 Fenders w/covers, Boat Hook
Masthead Windex
Flag Halyard
32” Flat Screen TV in Salon
Spinnaker Halyard
Custom Made Steel Cradle

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: May 03, 2018

Contact RCR Yachts.
Shumway Marina
40 Marina Drive
Rochester, NY 14617 United States
Tel 585 339 9730
Fax 585 339 9762


Contact your RCR Broker for more details

Corbo Corbishley, CPYB - Sales & Brokerage

Rochester, NY

Email: corbo@rcryachts.com

Phone: 585-339-9730

A native of northern New Jersey, Corbo was introduced to sailing shortly after graduating Ithaca College and became obsessed with sailing. Crewing whenever opportunity arose he also bought and campaigned several one-design sailboats. While still sailboat racing whenever time allows on his J-70 “Late Life Crisis” he enjoys cruising with his wife Donna. They recently stumbled over to the “Dark Side”, trading in their Beneteau 37 for a Back Cove 30. Before joining RCR Yachts Corbo enjoyed many careers and owned several businesses, Trucking, Banking, IT, Auditing, Sailmaking, Restaurateur, Tax Accounting, and various Sales positions. In 2005 Corbo attained the status of Certified Professional Yacht Broker. Just 550 yacht brokers in North America have received the prestigious Certified Professional Yacht Broker designation, a program sponsored by the Yacht Brokers Association of (North) America.. The CPYB designation recognizes professional, experience, training and mastery of core areas of expertise related to professional yacht broker skills and knowledge. In addition to practical experience, CPYB brokers must comply with the CPYB Code of Ethics.