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First 29 M
(8,70 m) - 1984

Layout :

  • Length : 8,70 m (28' 6")
  • Beam : 3,02 m (9'9")
  • Draft : 1,70 m (5'57")
  • Material : Fiberglass
  • Gauge : 3 tons
  • Rigging : Sloop
  • Engine : VOLVO PENTA 20 HP

French flag. Taxes paid for French Polynesia.

Based in French Polynesia


Price : 2,9 M XPF / 24 300 €

Comfortable sailboat, renowned for its marine qualities - Well maintained.


Interior fittings :

4 to 6 sleeps

  • Fore double cabin (box bed)
  • Saloon with 2 benches and folding table
  • Starboard chart table
  • Galley to port
  • Aft port double cabin
  • Toilet on starboard with rain gear locker and storage

Listing :

Building and history

FIRST 29 type fiberglass sailboat built in 1984 by Beneteau yards, according to Finot designs.
Very high stability, good performance in light airs, a classic interior but innovative for that time are the characteristics of the FIRST 29.
With a great stability, a moderate freeboard, she sails well close to the wind. She is also easy to control downwind.
She is one of the boats that many sailors talk about, and which remain highly rated on the second-hand market. The objectives were stability, easy control, a low heel, characteristics sought for a family cruiser.

Engine

Inboard Engine VOLVO Penta 20 HP - 600 hours (2011)
Two-blade propeller with rope cutter
Volvo shaft seal and new cutlass bearing (June 2018)
Revised exchanger
Regular maintenance
Diesel tank: 30L, emptied and cleaned

Sloop rigging

Standing rigging, date unknown, controlled by professional: condition ok
Semi-fully battened main, tired but correct (cover redone)
Genoa on furler in good condition, sunshade redone in 2018
Removable stay to hank a jib
2 backstays
Adjustable backstay
Pole
Jib in good condition
Storm jib never used
Maneuvers changed in 2016
Spare sheets and halyards

Ground tackle

Lewmar manual windlass
Main anchor: CQR anchor 13 kg + 50 m chain 10 mm + 70 m rope
Secondary anchor: sand anchor 13 kg and FOB anchor light 3,5 kg

Comfort

Fresh water: 2 x 100 L in new fiber tank (2017)
Electric fresh water pump
Simple sink, redone
Freshwater under pressure and seawater on foot pump
2 burners gas stove on gimbals
13 kg gas bottle
Fridge
Deck shower
1 manual toilet

Electrics

House batteries: 2 * 85 Ah (2018)
1 engine battery of 95 Ah (2017)
2 solar panels of 50 W each on regulator
Battery controller
150 W inverter
12V USB plugs
New navigation lights, new wiring
LED lighting, cockpit lamp, LED mooring light

Electronic and navigation instruments

GARMIN chartplotter + aft depth Sounder (2017)
Charts of Polynesia
SIMRAD TP 22 autopilot for tiller (2017)
Wind vane
Fixed VHF (2017)
New VHF antenna for spare
Portable GPS battery (position)
French Polynesia paper chart
Compass

Dinghy

Plywood hard dinghy
Outboard engine YAMAHA 6 HP 2 stroke (July 2018)
Mooring and grapnel

Safety equipment

Automatic electric bilge pump
Manual bilge pump (engine locker)
Horseshoe buoy
Fire extinguisher 2 kg powder (2018)
SEA SAFE life raft updated, revised June 2019, to change in one year
Flares (June 2019)

Miscellaneous

Aft gantry with davits for the dinghy, support for adjustable solar panels
Outboard engine bracket on aft balcony
Wood tiller with stick
2 spearguns
Bimini and dodger new, removable
Sewing machine
Tools
Oil pump for engine oil drain
Spare parts: JABSCO pump seals for toilet, empeller for seawater pump engine, spare engine electric beam, belt
Fishing rod
Table barbecue
Hammock
USB solar charger
Dishes and containers
2 small fans

All tools cleaned and classified, bilges cleaned

Last bottom paint: August 2018
All through-hulls changed in August 2018

Main strengths

Swift sailboat and easy to handle. High stability.
Well maintained.

Last modified : 13/07/2019



ATTENTION

The boat's inventories are based on the indications given by the owners and even if we do our best to see that they are in accordance with the reality, there might be some differences. The boat's and equipment's condition has to be checked jointly by the buyer and seller before the sale. The respective responsibilities of both the seller and the buyer remain intact. In no case can Raiatea-yacht be held responsible for any defect on the boat.



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