2008 Beneteau 393 – 39ft


2008 Beneteau 393 – 39ft

  • Price: CAD$174900
  • Class: Sloop
  • Type: Power
  • Year: 2008
  • Make: Beneteau
  • Condition: Used
  • Length: 39ft
  • Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Hull Material: Fiberglass

Yacht Details

BASICS Year: 2008, Make: Beneteau, Model: 393, Class: Sloop, Length: 39ft, Fuel Type: Diesel, Hull Material: Fiberglass, Hull Shape: Displacement.

DESCRIPTION 2008 Beneteau 393 The Beneteau 393 is designed by renowned naval architects Berret / Racoupeau Yacht Design, she is a unique 39-foot passagemaker and ideal for cruising the Pacific Northwest and beyond... Mysterious is a one owner yacht that has been maintained by a discriminating yachtsman. She is the extremely desirable 2 cabin version with low hours on her 54 HP diesel engine. She has assumable moorage at North Saanich Marina on beautiful Vancouver Island.

CONTACT INFORMATION Please contact Larry Glowasky at 1-250-655-0996

OTHER DETAILS Interior: Beneteau's high level of workmanship, readily apparent in the interior joinerwork and details, might surprise those who think of the company as a production builder. With little touches like convenient pullout blinds for overhead hatches, full-length overhead handrails and a well-placed trash locker in the galley, Beneteau has always found ways to make its boats homey, safe and user-friendly. The forward head allows for the desirable pullman style berth instead of the traditional V-berth-a very civilized arrangement. The head compartment is completely molded and includes a shower and overhead Lewmar hatch. The forward cabin is spacious and features a comfortable dressing seat opposite the berth and a large hanging locker. There are also full-length shelves above the berth to port and good ventilation with two hatches. The saloon in the two-cabin model includes a large U-shaped settee to port with a small centerline seat. There is storage in corner lockers and under the settee. The spacious interior makes use of the 13-foot, 1-inch beam, by extending the furniture nearly to the hull. The table, which lowers to converts to a double berth, is to port, with an entertainment console and large storage area opposite. The nav station is aft. This is an unusual use of space, but actually quite practical. A number of folded charts and guidebooks can be stashed inside the nav desk, and there is room for radios and repeaters beneath the electrical panel located outboard. The most striking feature of the saloon is the skylight-it floods the cabin with welcome natural light. She has an L-shaped galley to port. Double stainless steel sinks face forward with a small two-burner stove and oven outboard. A 12-volt refrigerator, with a front-opening door is standard. Galley cabinets have louvered door faces for ventilation and there is plenty of counter space for preparing meals There is a second head to starboard, with a standard manual flush toilet, wash basin and shower. The aft cabin has one large athwartships bunk. There are large hanging lockers and shelf storage in the aft cabin. Updates: Blue Seas ARC battery combiner. Third switch added to combine both battery banks. Balmar alternate series 60, regulator ARS5 charge house bank 2 first (2009). Charles isolation transformer on 120V system (2009). House batteries changed 2017 for Life Line AGM 4x6volt = 440amps at 12V. Install 2x100W solar panels with MPPT controller 2019. Magnum 2012 inverter/charger installed 2020. Webasto diesel heater replaced 2020. Compressor blowout connection for domestic water. Replace aft head shower pump 2017. Interior cushions replaced 2018. Skylight unit replaced 2019. Hull and Deck: Full cockpit enclosure. Furling main and genoa. Davits. Cockpit cushions. Yamaha 8hp outboard 2009 low hours. Walker Bay dinghy new 2017. Anchor: Delta 35# with 100’ chain, 200’ line rode. Maintenance: Oil change every fall, new filter (except 2022 only 17hrs). Engine hours approx. 800 on Yanmar 4JH4E 54HP. Impeller and belt changed 2022. Zincs changed 6 to 12 months as needed. Haul out at Van Isle Marina yearly, powerwash and one coat antifouling. Not hauled this year, diver cleaned hull and replaced zincs in March. Petit Ultima SR40 ablative until 2020 change to CSC. Cutlass bearing replaced 2021. Spares: Beneteau stern seats (2). Roll of cushion material. Macerators (2). Decal “Beneteau 393”. Decal double stripe for coach roof. Fuel filter, zincs, impellers. Various parts.

FEATURES Electrical Equipment: Shore Power Inlet ✓ Inverter Magnum Inverter/Charger Electronics Depthsounder Raymarine Tri Data Log-Speedometer ✓ Wind Speed and Direction Raymarine ST 60+ Plotter Raymarine C80 Autopilot Raymarine Radio Sony Drive S MP3/WMa Compass ✓ VHF ICOM IC-M442 Inside Equipment Electric Bilge Pump ✓ Oven 2 Burner Propane Stove With Oven Manual Bilge Pump ✓ Microwave Oven ✓ Marine Head 1 Forward And 1 Aft Heating Webasto 3 Zones Plus Hot Water Hot Water ✓ Refrigerator 1 Front Loading - 1 Top Loading Deep Freezer ✓ Battery Charger ✓ Outside Equipment Cockpit Shower ✓ Davit(s) ✓ Tender ✓ Solar Panel ✓ Cockpit Cushions ✓ Cockpit Table ✓ Swimming Ladder ✓ Rigging Steering Wheel ✓ Electric Winch Lewmar Electric Windlass Sails Furling Mainsail ✓ Furling Genoa ✓

PROPULSION- Engine Make: Yanmar, Engine Model: 4JH4E, Engine Year: 2008, Total Power: 54hp, Engine Hours: 800, Engine Type: Inboard, Drive Type: Direct Drive, Fuel Type: Diesel, Propeller Material: Bronze.

SPECIFICATIONS Dimensions- Length Overall: 40ft, Beam: 13ft, Length at Waterline: 35.08ft, Tanks- Fresh Water Tank: 119 Gal , Fuel Tank: 36 Gal , Holding Tank: 48 Gal , Accommodations- Cabins: 2, Heads: 2.

DISCLAIMER 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.