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Price: $85,900
Brand: BENETEAU Sailboats
Type: Sailboat
Year: 2008
Length: 31 ft.
Location: Oneida Lake, NY
Name: Little Wing

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BROKER’S COMMENTS: RCR Yachts sold this boat new to the only owner who have had professional maintenance since new. It has only been used in fresh water.  Very clean and in excellent condition!

It is hull #6 of this very successful model with In-Mast Furling mainsail, 105% Genoa and a Beneteau Gennaker with dousing sock and Custom “Sea Horse” Graphics. It also has shoal draft, folding prop, ST60 instruments including a C-80 GPS chart plotter and wheel pilot.  Dodger, Bimini and connector cover are also included.

 

Information & Features

Engine:  Yanmar 3YM30 ,

 Fuel Type:  Diesel 

Power: 20 hp  

Hours: <100

Propeller Type:  3 Blade  Folding Propeller

 

Dimensions  LOA: 31’ 8”   

 Length On Deck: 30’ 6”    

LWL:  28’ 6”

  Beam: 11’ 1”

Draft: 4‘ 5”

Weights    

Ballast:  2,207 lb   

 Displacement:  8,933 lb

 

Tankage:  Fuel:  34 gal            

Fresh Water: 34 gal     

Holding:  21 gal

 

Accommodations:  2 Staterooms,   1 Head

 

CONSTRUCTION

The hull is 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 a specific increased strength optimization. The cored GRP sandwich construction for stiffness, thermal and acoustic insulation and for light weight. There are solid fiberglass reinforcements in high load areas with integral unidirectional GRP deck beams for added strength. The main bulkheads are bonded 360 degrees to the hull and deck for rigged tensional and compressive strength.

 

STANDARD EQUIPMENT

Standing rigging;
Deck stepped 9/10 fractionally rigged, In-Mast Furling, anodized aluminum mast
Aft-swept spreaders
Halyard blocks attached to mast step
Anodized aluminum boom with a single line reefing-2 reefs and an outhaul
Classic mainsail with lazy bag
Stainless steel 1x19 standing rigging
Running rigging;
Running rigging is led aft to the cockpit
Main halyard
Genoa halyard w/jammer and cleat on mast
Boom topping lift w/cleat on mast
2-Mainsail reefing lines
Outhaul line
Mainsheet
Ridged boom vang with tackle
2-Genoa sheets
Genoa roller furling line led aft to the toes rail and jammer

 

SAILS & CANVAS

Classic Dacron mainsail with battens & 2 reefs in stack pack
105% Dacron Genoa with UV on ProFurl roller furling
Beneteau Gennaker in a snuffer and with all gear (sheets, blocks, halyard)
Helm cover
Dodger, Connector and Bimini

 

DECK GEAR

Winches are chrome finish Harken Self Tailing winches
2-Genoa sheet winches on coaming-CST#32
2-Cabin top Harken CST#32
5-Stoppers on Port
2-Stoppers on Starboard
Winch handles and pocket

 

MOORING & ANCHORING

Welded Stainless steel bow fitting
4-Aluminum 300MM mooring cleats w/SS rub strakes to protect the hull
Self-draining anchor locker

 

ON DECK

SS open bow rail w/nav light
2-SS stern rails with life line between
Life buoy holder and flag staff
Double vinyl coated lifelines w/gates P&S
Real teak toe rail surrounding the deck
Teak handrails on the cabin sides
2-Cockpit storage lockers
Teak inlaid cockpit seats
Pedestal mounted compass
GRP self-draining cockpit sole
Access to swim platform and fold up helm seat
SS swim ladder
1 cockpit shower
Life raft storage compartment
Propane storage bottle compartment

 

STEERING

 

Spade rudder with Stainless steel stock
Single steering station in aft part of the cockpit
A 36” diameter leather covered steering wheel
Emergency tiller access point and emergency tiller

ACCOMMODATION

 

Woodwork below is fruit tree stained Alpi wood-Mahogany
Parquet look laminate cabin sold

 

OWNER’S CABIN FORWARD

Headroom; 6’ at foot of berth
Double berth; 6’8” x 4’1” w/high quality bi-density marine mattress
Ample storage space-1-hanging locker and shelves on sides of berth
1 Stowage unit under berth
1-Opening hatch with curtain
2-strip lights and 2-overhead lights

 

PORT AFT CABIN

Located under the cockpit providing plenty of room for 2 adults
Headroom6’
Double berth 5’7” x 6’1” W/High density marine mattress
1-Hanging locker
1-opening port and cockpit back rest w/curtain
1 overhead light and 2-strip lights

 

SALON and COMPANIONWAY

PMMA Companionway hatch/door
GRP Companionway and steps
1-SS handrail
1 Fixed overhead window w/curtain (skylight)
Chart table to starboard facing aft
Chart table with stowage under
Molded in wood fiddle
Shelf unit under table top
Stowage unit under nave table
Shelf above
12v Electrical panel w/12v socket
Lighting-red/white reading light at nav table
To Port-L-shaped saloon w/4/6 seating
Stowage under
Wooden salon table
Bar stowage behind seating
Closed shelf along the hull
2-Overhead lights and 2-strip lights
Large side window w/curtain
1-Opening hatch w/curtain
To starboard-1-settee w/storage under
Large side window w/curtain

 

GALLEY

L shaped galley to port
2-Rectanglular SS sinks
Mixer tap with pressure hot & cold water
SS gimbled 2 burner stove and oven w/safety rail
1 top opening ice box (26 gal.)-12v Refrigerator w/freezer on top
White laminate counter tops
1-Single door containing waste bin under the sink
4-Closed stowage shelves
1-top opening storage locker
Storage under the stove
One opening deck port
1-strip light and 2-overhad cabin lights

 

STARBOARD AFT HEAD

Access though the salon
1-shower pan with drain/Hand held shower wand
Manual marine toilet
21 gal holding tank
Worktop with wash basin
Hot/Cold pressure water w/mixer tap
2-enclsoed shelves behind mirrors
Locker under wash basin w/ waste bin and paper holder
Hooks on door
1-Opening port
2-Strip lights

 

PLUMBING

Fresh water;
Electric water pump with accumulator tank and filter protection system
1-rotomolded water tank fixed to the hull liner (34 gal beneath the port aft cabin berth)
SS water fillers
Cold water cockpit shower
Electric waste water pump for shower
2-bilge pumps (1-electric, 1-Manual)
Self-draining cockpit and side deck drainage
Hot water from a 6.6 gal electric heater

 

ELECTRICAL

Electrical panel;
10-12 v switches & 9 fused switches
2-12v lighter socket
12v voltmeter
Water gauges and fuel gauge Via central LCD display screen
Low battery alarm
Low diesel & water tank alarm
1-70 amp service battery
1-70 amp engine battery
60 AMP Alternator
Quest procharge 10amp battery charger
12v battery isolator
110V shore power w/cord
110v outlets
Lightening grounding for the rigging
8-Reading lights
7-Overhead halogen lights
Bow & Stern navigation lights
Masthead anchor light
Steaming light
Conduits for wiring options

 

ENGINE

Yanmar 20HP FWC
SS drive shaft w/GRP protection molded into the hull
Engine bed integrated in the hull liner, soundproofed compartment with insulating foam
Access under companionway steps through an opening supported by gas struts
2-Access hatches in the head compartment & aft cabin makes engine access from all sides
Rotomolded 34 gal fuel tank w/electric gauge located under the aft starboard berth
Sea water strainer and diesel fuel filler
Engine control panel with built in key start and electric stop in the cockpit to starboard
Engine hours meter not operating; estimated at 300 hours

 

ELECTRONICS

ICOM M422 VHF Radio with masthead antenna
ICOM RAM remote microphone at the helm
Raymarine ST60 Tri-Data (Knot, Depth, Log)
Raymarine ST60 Windmachine-(speed, direction)
Raymarine S1 Wheel Autopilot
Raymarine C-80 Color Chart plotter
Raystar 125 GPS Antenna
Lighted Helm compass

Solar Panel
SONY CDX-GT520 AM/FM/CD Stereo w/cockpit and salon speakers

 

HIGHLIGHTS OF THIS BOAT

In-Mast Furling Mast and Roller Furling Head Sail
Folding propeller
Gennaker sail and gear, Custom inlaid “SeaHorse” logo
Additional Cabintop Harken winch#32 CST
Outboard motor bracket on stern rail
Closed cell cockpit cushions
Mattresses in sleeping cabins
SS fiddles on salon shelves
Cockpit portlight to port (added ventilation)
Transom port light (added ventilation)
Skylight in Salon
Opening hatch in Skylight (added ventilation)
Skyscreen hatch screens with shades
Spinlock rope clutch for furling line
Custom leather covered wheel and binnacle cover (Blue Sunbrella)
Anchor package-Delta anchor with chain and Nylon rode
Docking package 4-fenders, 4+ Docklines and boat hook
Safety package-lifejackets, horn, fire extinguishers, first aid kit, throwable buoy
VC-17 bottom paint over primer
Steel storage cradle with bunks

 

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.


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.