Beneteau First 40 MAMA KIKI

Year: 2009
Current Price: 120,000 EUR
Location: Athens, Greece

This Beneteau First 40, built in 2009, includes a cored hull — this makes for a ligher, more rigid, resistant hull compared to the monolithic hulls from model year 2010 and beyond.

Present Boat Name Mama Kiki
Year 2009
Model Beneteau First 40
Builder Beneteau
Designer Farr Yacht Design
Design # FYD 608
LOA 12.24m - 40.15ft
LWL 10.67m - 35.00ft
Beam 3.89m - 12.76ft
Draft Deep 1.63m - 5.34ft
Rig Type Carbon Fibre
FYS Broker Joe Hall
L/A Date 2017-05-05
Engine HP 40HP
Engine Manufacturer Yanmar
Engine Model 3JH4E
Fuel Diesel
Hull Color White
Hull Identification # FR-SPBAE037D909
Propeller Type Saildrive

Galley

  • 2 burner gas hobs with oven; grill operation
  • Electric refrigerator with freezer
  • Hot & cold fresh water
  • Stainless steel sinks
  • Sea water tap
  • 220v outlet plug

Electrical System

  • 220v shore power
  • Shore power cable 20m with extra adapters
  • Battery charger
  • Water heater
  • New 2017 AGM Batteries

Electronics/Navigation

  • PS GARMIN
  • RAYMARINE VHF/DSC
  • RAYMARINE ST60 instruments
  • RAYMARINE Autopilot

Sail Inventory

  • Genoa: QUANTUM 2016
  • Mainsail: QUANTUM 2016
  • Spinnaker: Symmetric NORTH SAILS 130m2 2009

Spares & Safety Gear

  • Tender: Bombard AX2 2.4m with Yamaha 2.5hp outboard
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The new Beneteau 40, designed by Farr Yacht Design, is the heir to the hugely popular and successful Beneteau 40.7.  Just as the 40.7 was a benchmark for performance and styling when it was introduced over ten years ago, the 40 combines state-of-the art performance features with contemporary interior and exterior styling representative of the best of 2009 design and representing a new benchmark for 40’ cruisers.

 

The hull, rig and appendages are configured to achieve the best performance versus handicap for racing under IRC.  These specific IRC-oriented design features include an undistorted hull shape with powerful ends to quickly maximize sailing length when heeled; a large, non-overlapping headsail rig and a “T” keel for high stability and low drag.  The rig also includes large masthead spinnakers for excellent downwind performance.

 

The deck is carefully designed to promote efficient handling for racing and ample interior volume for comfortable cruising.  The cockpit features removable storage lockers and transom beam.  The very contemporary interior finished in wood, stainless steel, leather and fabrics accommodates three double cabins and two convertible berths in the saloon for exceptional flexibility.

 

The base configuration for IRC racing includes the 2.45m draft “T” keel and an aluminum rig.  Options include a 1.95m shallow draft keel and a carbon rig.

 

Farr Yacht Design expects the new Beneteau 40 to be a worthy successor to the 40.7 for both racing excellence and cruising comfort.