2009 Beneteau 31' (9.45 m) 31
Rochester, New York, United States
Clean Fresh Water boat that is well equipped.
- Fiberglass Hull
- HIN/IMO: BEYP5021F809
BROKER’S COMMENTS: We sold this boat new and it has lived on Lake Ontario. Mickey's Rose has enjoyed professional maintenance since new. It has only been used in fresh water. Very clean and in excellent condition!
This very successful model with In-Mast Furling mainsail, 105% Genoa and a Beneteau Gennaker with dousing sock. 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.
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.
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.
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
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
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
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
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
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 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
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. Flexifold Folding Propeller
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, 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 AND Full Winter Cover!
LOA: 31' (9.45 Meters)
Type: Sail- Used
Fuel Type: Diesel
Hull Material: Fiberglass
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RCR Rochester is located in the heart of the waterfront district in the area’s premier facility, Shumway Marine, with direct access to the Genesee River and Lake Ontario. Corbo Corbishley and Brendan Harris are the brokers on site.
Corbo Corbishley CPYB
Sales & Brokerage
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 37.