Esprit | Beneteau 39' 2004

Westbrook, CT
$120,000


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George Eberhard

George Eberhard has owned and operated sail and power boats for over 35 years. From club racing in the Midwest, to sailing the Great Lakes, to charter boat captain in the Caribbean, his passion for boating is very evident in the enthusiasm he brings to his brokerage career. Prior to his joining David Walters Yachts, George had a very successful career in Advertising and Marketing where he was responsible for client development and new product design.

As a professional yacht broker, George is especially attentive to client needs and expectations. One of his specialties is the extra time he spends with each client to better understand their needs. His thorough research enables him to suggest options to consider, and point out value where it exists. George's dedication and persistence allow him to help clients find just the right sail or power yacht.

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Basic Info

Yacht Name: Esprit
Builder: Beneteau
Model: 393
Year: 2004
Location: Westbrook, CT
Asking Price: $120,000
Hull Material: Fiberglass
 

ESPRIT is an AMAZING boat that any serious buyer should consider.  CONSIDER THIS: New North main and genoa 2019, New running rigging, New electronics  2020,  Battery charger 2018, Kato Davits 2017, West Marine RIB 350 - 2017, Honda 8hp OB 2017, New autopilot less than two years old, West Marine Coastal Life raft less than two years old, Custom Fairclough cover 2019.

Unfortunately the boat is still covered and relatively few pictures are available

Dimensions

Length: 39'
Beam: 13' 9
Draft: 5' 1
Water Tank Capacity: 119 Gallons
Fuel Tank Capacity: 35 Gallons
Engine Manufacturer: Yanmar
Engine Model: 4JH3E
Power: 56 HP
Number of Engines: 1
Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 800 Hours

Interior Accommodations

ESPRIT is a two-cabin layout with U-shaped galley to port at the bottom of the companionway.  Plenty of storage and counter space for extended cruising.  Top and front-loading refrigeration system, propane cooktop, oven and microwave make meal preparation a breeze.  Adjacent to the galley is the forward facing nav station with desk and access to the electric panel and instruments.  Forward of the nav station is additional storage and counter space.  To port is the main oval dining table with wrap around seating for a crowd.  Plenty of light and ventilation provided by numerous opening hatches, three fixed windows above salon and fixed hull portlights.  Lots of storage outboard.  Forward of the salon is the forward cabin with Pullman style berth to port, settee to starboard and large head and shower in the forepeak.

Aft of the salon is the entrance to the large aft cabin and second head with shower.  The aft berth is athwartship. Plenty of storage throughout.

 

Galley Equipment & Appliances

  • 2 burner Force Ten cooktop with oven
  • Double Stainless sink
  • Refrigeration Adler Barber
  • Freezer Adler Barber
  • Electric solenoid valve
  • (2) Aluminum propane tanks with vent overboard located in port lazarette 20lbs
  • Microwave oven
  • Hot and cold water pressure

 

Electronics & Navigation

  • New Electronics 2020 Garmin
  • New AIS tranceiver 2020 Garmin
  • New Raymarine i70 Multifunction monitor
  • New Raymarine Evolution Autopilot
  • Plastimo compass
  • I-COM VHF
  • Raymarine i70 sailing instruments, depth, speed, wind speed and direction
  • JVC Stereo

 

Mechanical

  • Yanmar 4JH3E, 56 hp with 800 hrs
  • Kanzaki transmission with reverse and reduction gear Ratio:2.62:1
  • 30mm stainless shaft
  • Single Racor fuel filter
  • Atwood Hot water heater
  • (2) Jabsco manual heads
  • (2) Holding tanks, (plastic) both with Y valves, 35 gal each
  • Macerator pumps
  • 3 blade Maxprop
  • Electric and manually operated bilge pumps
  • Emergency bilge pump in cockpit
  • Engine room blower
  • Shark shaft line cutter

 

Electrical

  • New Pronautic 1240P Battery Charger 2018
  • (2) Solar panels semi-flexible mounted on bimini, each 110 watts
  • Solar controller EPIPDB-COM series
  • Sentry 20 AMP battery charger
  • Alternator
  • Xantrax 3000 watt inverter
  • Shore system 120 volt, 30 amp AC
  • Marinco twist lock inlet on transom for 30 Amp service
  • 30AMP power chord 50’

 

Batteries

  • 12 volt boat with AC/DC breaker panel
  • (2) 8D house batteries
  • (1) Group 27 engine start

 

Deck & Equipment

  • New Kato Islander Davits with winch 2017
  • Anchors: Primary-Delta with 100' chain plus rode. Secondary-Fortress
  • Simpson Lawrence Horizon windlass, with remote on foredeck
  • Life lines, bow and stern pulpit with gates
  • Sugar scoop
  • Deck cleats
  • 7 opening hatches
  • Line stoppers
  • Fixed portlights in hull
  • Fixed forward windows in deck above salon
  • Folding cockpit table
  • Stainless hand rails
  • Swim ladder

 

Mast, Rigging, Winches & Sails

  • New North Sail main 2019
  • Main in mast furler
  • Lewmar main sheet traveler
  • New North Sail Genoa 2019
  • Profurl roller furling genoa
  • Rigid boom vang
  • Lewmar self-tailing #48 primaries
  • New running rigging 2019
  • New electric Lewmar #40 utility winch, cabin top
  • Standing rigging 1X19 stainless wire with swage fittings
  • Mast, double spreader, deck stepped aluminum with compression post
  • Boom aluminum

 

Safety

  • Survival Technologies Coastal life raft
  • Portable fire extinguishers (3) Type B-1
  • Orion Visual distress signal flares, good thru 4/2020
  • Emergency tiller
  • (6) Personal flotation devices type III

 

Canvas

  • Dodger and bimini
  • New Custom Fairclough cover, 2019
  • Hatch covers
  • Helm cover

 

Additional Equipment

  • New bottom paint before launching
  • West Marine 350 RIB, 2017
  • OB Honda 8HP 4 stroke, 2017