We keep going to discover the best bargains on our classifieds marketplace. Here you can sell and buy used boats, accessories, berths, find the right idea for your vacation, and even look for and offer jobs! Today we have selected for you three used boats for those who like to sail a lot and comfortably. And maybe cast off the moorings once and for all and go, never to return. A safe used car: guarantees the Sailing Newspaper!
THREE BOATS USED FOR A LUGA CRUISE
The first boat we propose is a 1999 Franchini 45 L. Born in the legendary Franchini shipyard in Romagna, designed by Roberto Starkel, it is 13.92 meters long and 4.12 meters wide, fishing 1.85 meters for a displacement of just under 13 tons. The armament is cutter of large area (104 sq. m.). Maneuvering is facilitated by the adoption of roll-up systems. The long-distance cruising vocation is seen in the capacity of the water and fuel tanks, 1100 and 500 liters respectively, capacities that are really hard to find on these sizes. The interior is on several levels, with spacious saloon in central position, master cabin aft and two double cabins in the bow a bit sacrificed the one in the broadside. The vessel can be seen in Ancona.
From the artisan we move on to an industrial production boat: this is a Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 49i Performance (15.07 x 4.49 m). A good 2009 design by Philippe Briand, ideal for those who like to sail comfortable, safe and long without, however, finding themselves aboard a “chest.” This is a sailboat capable of expressing good speeds. There are many globetrotters we have met who have Jeanneaus. The ad reads, “Excellent, careful and constant maintenance, one owner. Performance version, premiere outfitting, 3 electric winches, bow thruster, 110hp engine with propeller shaft, hi fi bose, bimini/tendon/spryhood, dinghy with motor and numerous other optionals. Viewable ashore in Tuscany.”
The last boat we offer is a First 456 (13.87 x 4.29 m) from 1985. Produced in 100 examples from 82 to 1987, the First 456 is one of Europe’s second-hand “goodies.” Design by Argentine master German Frers, with the unmistakable line of the stern from the gentle roundings at the deck. When it was born it was the top of the Beneteau range and it shows. The quality of the interior joinery is top notch, the fiberglass equally so. Performance then is guaranteed by Frers’ hulls of that period: fast, easy to drive, with perfect seaworthiness. Below deck note the size of the L-shaped galley and the splendid square, which occupies the entire large maximum width. It was offered in three-cabin (aft master) or four-cabin (two aft twin) versions. The keel was offered short with fins or longer in lead. The boat for sale, equipped with every accessory and convenience, can be seen in Grenada, Caribbean.
HOW THE SAILING NEWSPAPER FLEA MARKET WORKS
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