2005 Beneteau 43' (13.11 m) Beneteau
Annapolis, Maryland, United States
Rare '05 Beneteau 423 Tommy Bahama Ltd Ed. model is super-optioned; distinguished by her hull with green accent striping, Roller Furling Mainsail & a long list of desirable and sought-after features on the interior and exterior; not found on any of the other 423 models on the market today!
- Fiberglass Hull
- HIN/IMO: ABC123456789
LOA: 43' 1'' (13.13 Meters)
Type: Sail- Used
Beam: 12' 11''
LWL: 38' 6''
Draft Min: 4' 9''
Double Berths: 2
Cruise Speed: 7 Knots
Fuel Type: Diesel
Hull Material: Fiberglass
Fuel Tank: 53 Gallons (200.63 Liters)
Fresh Water: 154 Gallons (582.95 Liters)
Holding Tank: 20 Gallons (75.71 Liters)
Ballast Weight: 5836 lbs
Exterior Color: Bamboo w green stripe
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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.
This two-stateroom, two-head layout with varnished cherry cabinetry provides privacy for two couples and additional berths with the dinette table lowered and adjacent settee berth on the port side of the spacious salon. The dual-entry aft head, vanity and shower is conveniently located to port near the companionway and serves as a day-head and assures privacy for guests in the aft cabin or guests in the salon berths.
The U-shaped Galley is well-equipped, including a 3-burner stove with oven, dual SS sinks, a top-loading freezer and front-opening refrigerator, both with 12V Adler Barber cold plates, and generous storage cabinets and countertops. Adler Barbour 12V front-loading Refrigerator & Freezer. Double polished stainless-steel sink. Tableware drawer. Force 10 3-burner propane stove w. oven and stove protection bar. Microwave. 110V and engine-heated hot water heater. Pressure water system. Cabinetry with cane inserts above workspace.
Additional Items include brass Weems & Plath oil lamp, clock and barometer, custom salon and cockpit varnished cherry tables with palm tree inlay, SS ports and dorades and much more. The Bamboo-colored hull is the most visible Tommy Bahama option. This well-designed sailing yacht has a top-performing bulb keel with a shallow draft of 4 ft.9 in.; perfect for cruising the Chesapeake Bay, Florida Keys and Bahamas, yet stiff enough for blue water passages and race-winning speed. Evolved from the proven Beneteau 411 hull and keel configuration, “AUTUMN” will easily sail upwind close-hauled in 15-18 knots of apparent wind at speeds of 7.5 to 8 knots with a nicely balanced helm. All halyards, sheets and roller-furling control lines are led aft to sheet-stoppers accessible from the cockpit under the Dodger, and Lewmar oversized 54CST Primary and 40CST Secondary Self-Tailing Two-Speed Winches and solid rod boom vang make it easy to single-hand and a pleasure for a couple to sail as well. If you are looking for a fully loaded, well-maintained, elegantly appointed sailing yacht that will take you safely and comfortably to any of your dream destinations, this 2005 Beneteau 423 Tommy Bahama sloop is priced to sell and can be purchased for less than most of the standard 423 models available. Accommodations: sleeps four in two staterooms plus salon sleeps two. 6 ft. 5 in. headroom. This 2005 Beneteau 423 Sloop is the highly desirable Tommy Bahama Limited Edition model 2-stateroom, 2-head configuration with center-line berth in master stateroom forward with ensuite head and separate shower. There are two cedar-lined hanging lockers, drawers and cushioned dressing seats on each side of the Master SR. The salon is full-beam with a settee to port and U-shaped comfortable dining area with expandable table and bench seat starboard. Cane-faced cherry cabinets and open shelving are outboard of the dinette and salon settee. There are deep and dry storage areas under most of the settee and dinette seats. Conveniently located near the companionway stairs, starboard aft is the well-equipped U-shaped galley with cane-faced cherry cabinetry doors and generous storage cabinets, drawers. The cane-faced cabinet doors are decorative and functionally provide air circulation in all cabinets. The Guest aft cabin with Queen Berth is to port with ensuite head and shower with dual entry, from cabin and salon. All four sides of the diesel engine are easily accessible via cabinet doors and hatches with the front of the engine accessed by lifting the top-hinged one-piece companionway stairs equipped with a gas-assisted lift. Forward of the guest head is the forward-facing Nav station to port with a dedicated seat with storage under, flip-top chart table and ample room for all navigation and instrumentation, including a side drawer, and convenient shelf above the 12VDC electrical panel outboard of the Nav Station. Forward of the Nav Station bulkhead is the 110VAC electrical panel and a flat screen LCD TV with DVD. Tommy Bahama-inspired interior and exterior design throughout; including a varnished teak and holly cabin sole.
Cruise Air 19,000 BTU reverse cycle Air Conditioning (2 units) w/condensate tray pumps. Lewmar Bow Thruster with wireless remote. 12VDC and 110VAC electrical system with breaker panels. 12V Outlets at helm and nav station. Sunbrella covers for binnacle, companionway, winches and& hatches. Bamboo-colored hull gelcoat upgrade w. palm accent striping. Saltwater deck wash-down system. Built-in companionway screen system. Life jackets and USCG-Required equipment. Single search light. Swim platform w. ladder. Tommy Bahama cockpit and rail cushions. Varnished cherry cockpit table w. Spare cherry table leaf. Polished stainless steel port light frames, hatches and dorades. Edson outboard motor mount. Full length Bamboo-color rub rail. Cockpit harness tether pad eyes. Screens and shades for all ports and hatches. Lewmar bow thruster.
Upgrades & Improvements
Rebuild or replace shower drain pumps (2)
Replace Macerator pumps (2)
New deck hatch lens/gasket (6)
New dodger and bimini
New sun protection on both sails
New transom shower
New Volvo exhaust elbow
New freezer evaporation plate and charge system
New running rigging
New Zodiac Dinghy (new old stock)
New 6 volt house batteries (4)
New Fan and Thermostat for refrigerator
New anchor windlass remote
New thru hulls/valves- Groco bronze
New Groco strainers for A/C and generator
Media blast hull, apply barrier coat and hard antifoul
Replace sound insulation in main engine room
Refinish mahogany floorboards
Replace volvo shaft seal
Replace all portlight window gaskets
Replace hot water heater and hoses from main engine
Replace plywood under salon seating
Replace volvo tachometer panel
Replace fabric on Ocean Air deck shades
New Garmin chartplotter with wind, speed and depth and two MFD's
New wiring in mast including wind instrument and VHF antenna
New windex on top of mast
New sunbrella helm cover
Refinish mahogany cockpit table
Install 2000w inverter with auto-switch
Install BMS monitor on house batteries
Install saltwater washdown for anchor including new thru hull
New LED light for Anchor, Deck and Steaming light
New LED stern light
Install Balmar serpentine belt kit on main engine
Install Ocean Air shades on portlights
Install red/white LED lights with switches for compass and companionway
Replace engine room vents on stern
New Magna Grill with hose
Rebuild main furler swivel
Replace shore power cords and receptacles with "Smart Plug"
New volvo air filter on main engine
Install sunbrella pads on stern seat railing
All engine and generator maintenance is up to date
Oil, oil filter, fuel filter in the fall
Water pump impeller in the spring
New raw water pump for the A/C