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Beneteau First 44.7

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3 Double cabin layout, ideal performance cruiser



Lying: Argyll, United Kingdom

General Information

Manufacturer/ModelBeneteau First 44.7
DesignerFarr Design Group
New or UsedUsed
Sale StatusAvailable
LyingArgyll, United Kingdom


Hull ConstructionGRP hull with bolt-on ballast keel
Keel TypeFin Keel


EngineYanmar 4JH4E marine diesel engine 55hp @ 3,200rpm 4 Cylinder, naturally aspirated, indirectly cooled marine diesel engine Yanmar saildrive unit
Fuel Capacity200l


Drinking Water Capacity400l


The Beneteau First 44.7 was a development of the original First 40 design from Farr Yacht Design. Building on the success of that design and listing to feedback from experienced owners the First 44.7 was a natural evolution. A club racer, highly capable around the cans the builders also focused on the comfort of crew below decks for those owners who simply enjoy performance cruising.

With an impressive record of races wins behind her the Beneteau First 44.7 LISA is now in cruising trim. The spacious 3 double cabin layout below offering comfortable accommodation for a crew/family of 6 with an additional occasional double berth in the saloon. With a comprehensive inventory LISA would make an ideal spacious cruiser for a family who want to be competitive in the occasional regatta or passage race. Her extensive inventory includes highlights such:

Topsides finished with Awlgrip two-pack paint, light grey. (2013)

Underwater hull finished with white International Micron Antifouling, applied March 2022
Optional deep draft (2.60m)
Yanmar 4JH4E, 55hp marine diesel engine, serviced July 2021.
Anodes replaced March 2022.
3 blade bronze MaxProp feathering propellor with spare 2 blade Eliche Radice Bronze folding propellor
Custom carbon steering wheel
3x Mastervolt 12VDC, 160Ah AGM domestic batteries (2017)
Dolphin 230VAC – 12VDC charger
Raymarine Autopilot, ST6001 control head, S3 course computer, hydraulic drive
Raymarine instrumentation, ST60 instruments with ST60 Maxiview repeaters on mast
Raymarine C80 Classic chart plotter
Digital Yacht AI50 Class B AIS Transponder
Ocean Safety Charter ISO, 8 person cannister liferaft. (Service due May 2023)
Kannad Marine. Safelink Sportpro+ EPIRB (Battery expires Jan 2023)
Raymarine Lifetag system – Displaying MOB location on plotter
Dyform type stainless steel wire standing rigging, replaced in 2014.
Carbon spinnaker pole
Holmatro hydraulic backstay tensioner
Set of cruising sails, mainsail, roller reefing genoa and cruising chute
Set of racing sails, 1x mainsail, 4x genoa’s, 2x jib’s
Masthead spinnaker x4
Fractional spinnaker x2
Storm jib and trysail
Inflatable dinghy (2021)

Lying afloat and fresh from her spring haul out the Beneteau First 44.7 LISA is ready for immediate viewing by prior appointment.
Builders Comments:
The First 44.7 is a “club racer” with its sleek, balanced lines. Its design, by Farr Yacht Design, really makes it stand out in racing, on any point of sailing and in any type of weather, year after year. For fast cruising enthusiasts, the First 44.7 excels in its easy handling, its sensitivity at the helm and the safety it affords, even when short-handed. Its formidable performance, its standard equipment of the highest quality and its timeless elegance make this 44’ footer unique in the world of cruiser racers.
Wood and upholstery in light colours, spotlights integrated in the deckhead… the accommodation has been designed with a focus on space, ease of movement and comfort. The very refined, though curvaceous, style is evidence of this. The saloon bench seat can be moved under the table to enable the passage of sail bags and furling the spinnaker as far forward as the forecabin.


Hull Construction:

Single piece GRP moulded hull
Solid monolythic GRP laminate
Additional reinforcing laminate in way of keel, rudder, chain plates and deck edge.
Vinylester resin in surface layers to provide enhanced osmosis protection
Monolythic GRP laminated internal structural matrix, built using biaxial and unidirectional cloth.
Internal matrix bonded and laminated to the hull
Structural bulkheads of marine plywood, bonded to the hull
Topsides finished with Awlgrip two-pack paint, light grey. (2013)
Underwater hull finished with white International Micron Antifouling, applied March 2022
Deck & Superstructure Construction:
Single piece GRP moulded deck incorporating coachroof and self-draining cockpit
GRP Sandwich laminate construction with balsa core
Monolythic GRP laminate areas in way of high load deck fittings
GRP mouled internal liner
Deck bonded and mechanically fastened to the hull.
Deck finished in white gelcoat
Moulded non-slip texture finish to sided decks, foredeck and coachroof top
Laid teak panels to finish cockpit and cockpit sole
Optional deep draft (2.60m)
Keel constructed of Antimony and Lead
Hydrodynamically profiled
Stainless steel keel bolts
Keel epoxy coated from factory.
Balanced spade rudder
GRP / Polyurethane foam sandwich construction
Sold GRP rudder stock
Self aligning lower rudder bearings.
Emergency tiller



Yanmar 4JH4E marine diesel engine
55hp @ 3,200rpm
4 Cylinder, naturally aspirated, indirectly cooled marine diesel engine
Yanmar saildrive unit
Spinlock flush racing style single lever morse controls
Maintenance & Performance:
Engine last serviced July 2021, very lightly used since.
Anodes replaced March 2022.
Cruising speed under engine 8kts
Propulsion & Steering:
Yanmar Saildrive unit
3 blade bronze MaxProp feathering propellor
2 blade Eliche Radice Bronze folding propellor – as a spare, aboard boat
Large diameter custom carbon steering wheel.
Chain and cable driven steering system
Raymarine ST6001 control head
Raymarine S3 course computer
Hydraulic drive pump and ram direct to quadrant
Raymarine SmartController remote control


Voltage systems:

12VDC onboard power system
230VAC shore power system
Shore Power:
Single 16 amp connection
Extension lead to connect to shore supply
RCD protected system
Reverse polarity indicator
Ring main, battery charger, water tank heater
Battery Banks:
Domestic Battery Bank – 3x Mastervolt 12VDC, 160Ah AGM (2017)
Engine Battery Bank – 1x Odyssey Extreme 12VDC
Single engine driven 14VDC alternator
Charge splitting diode
Battery Charger:
Dolphin 230VAC – 12VDC charger
40amp capacity
Voltmeter and Ammeter on ships switch panel
Auxiluary charging socket at chart table


Fresh Water:

Pressurised hot and cold water system
Mixer taps in galley and heads
Shower head fitting in both heads
Deck shower at transom – cold water only
Bilge Pumps:
Manual Bilge Pump
Electric Bilge Pump



Single rotomoulded plastic diesel tank
Approximate capacity 200ltr
Fresh Water:
Three fresh water tanks.
Two 100ltr GRP tanks
One 200ltr rotomoulded plastic tank
Approximate total capacity 400ltrs
Single insulated 42ltr capacity tank
Heated via engine cooling water or 230VAC immersion heater
Tank Monitoring:

Electronic gauge for fuel and water tank at main switch panel


On Deck:

Depth, Speed, Log - Raymarine ST60 Tri-Data system
Wind – Raymarine ST60
Repeaters – 3x Raymarine ST60 MaxiView, mounted on mast
Repeaters – 1x Raymarine ST60 Multi 1x Raymarine ST60 Graphic
Magentic Compass
Below Decks:
Plotter – Raymarine C80 Classic
PC data connection cable for Raymarine interface
Communications Equipment:
DCS VHF – Icom IC-M411 with cockpit repeater speaker
Handheld VHF – 2x Icom IC-M25
AIS – Digital Yacht AI50 Class B transponder
Navtex – Furuno NX-300



Galley Stove – Eno 2 burner, oven and grill. Gimbal mounted.
Fridge – Built in, top loading unit, 110ltr capacity. Frigoboat compressor and chiller plate
Double stainless steel sink with mixer tap
Manual marine toilet x2 – Jabsco manual marine toilet
Wash hand basin x2
Mixer tap with shower hose extension x 2
Ebersapcher diesel fired blown air heating system
Thermostatic cabin controller
Outlets in saloon, cabins and heads.
5 hinged hatches.
12 hinged portholes.
4 hull portholes.
1 sliding companionway hatch.
2 deck hatches.
Overhead LED downlights through out accommodation
Reading lights in cabins and saloon.
Sony CD/FM/IPod/Aux head unit
Speakers in saloon
Waterproof speakers in cockpit


Summary of Accommodation:

Master cabin forward with en-suite heads
Saloon with settee converting to occasional double berth
Nav Station
Aft Heads
Port and Starboard double aft cabins
Accommodation Finish:
Joinery work below decks of stained Pearwood veneered plywood with solid timber trims and mouldings.
GRP moulded headlinings with fabric finished inlay panels
GRP Moulded heads compartments
Laminate sole boards in traditional style with black inlay strips
Mattresses for all cabin bunks
Lee cloths fitted on forward cabin and aft cabin bunks
Roller blinds fitted for all deck head hatches
Description of Accommodation from Forward:

Forward Heads:

En-suite for forward cabin, accessed through forward end of forward cabin.
Headroom: 1.87 m.
GRP moulded compartment with timber trims and storage locker door
Manual marine toilet with large bowl and ABS flap to provide shower seat.
GRP moulded countertop unit with inset elliptic washbasin, drain, mixer tap and flexible shower hose.
Vanity lockers above countertop
Handrail/towel rail fitted to countertop unit.
Forward Cabin:
Master cabin with en-suite access to forward heads
Headroom: 1.92 m to 2.01 m
Double bunk (1.40 m x 2.05 m) located to starboard, running fore and aft.
Lee cloth fitted for inboard edge
2 drawers 2 storage lockers are located under the bed, lockers fitted with 2 levels of storage.
Bench settee located to port side with countertop unit forward, storage locker within unit.
Hanging locker aft of settee to port with drawer beneath
Shelves running the length of the bunk and settee outboard port and starboard
Thwartships shelf running across head of bunk
Bulkhead mounted reading lights
Headroom: 2.03 m.
Spanning full width of interior, access to master cabin forward to port
Wrap-around settee to starboard
Oval shaped saloon table in varnished inlay, bottle storage within central section of table
Table drops down with infill to convert saloon settee to occasional double bunk
Movable bench seat/storage unit for inboard side of saloon table
Storage locker space behind the settee backrests (4 doors).
Storage lockers beneath settee base.
Storage lockers, including drinks lockers outboard above settee back with counter top above locker
Counter top storage unit to port side of salon forward, selection of drawers and lockers beneath with lockers above outboard.
Nav Station:
Headroom 2.00 m.
Forward facing chart table with dedicated navigators seat to port
Storage for charts within table top, cave locker beneath table and outboard
Ships switch panel outboard of table with plotter, navtex and VHF
Cave locker storage unit forming backrest for naviagtors seat
Headroom: 1.96 m.
L-shaped galley
Double stainless steel sink inset to worktop, inboard forward
Top loading fridge unit beneath forward outboard section of worktop
Gimbal mounted gas cooker mounted outboard aft
Storage lockers beneath worktop forward
Lockers above worktop outboard
Aft Heads:
Headroom 2.07 m.
GRP moulded compartment with timber trims and storage locker door
Inboard forward facing manual marine toilet with large bowl mounted at aft end
ABS flap over toilet to provide shower seat.
Stroage locker outboard of heads
GRP moulded countertop unit with inset elliptic washbasin, drain, mixer tap and flexible shower hose.
Vanity unit above countertop
Handrail/towel rail fitted to countertop unit.
Port and Starboard Aft Cabins:
Headroom 1.95 m.
Double bunks aft (2.00m x 1.35m)
Central lee cloth fitted in both cabins
Hanging locker unit outboard forward with hanging space and 2 shelves
Shelf running the length of the bunk outboard above bunk level
Shelves located between the two aft cabins providing selection of storage space in each of the cabins.
Reading lights mounted above head of bunks



Keel/Deck stepped, double spreader, fractionally rigged sloop.
Sparcraft Performance, anodised alloy mast and spars.
Sparcraft gas strut kicker
Carbon spinnaker pole – IRC Optimised
Dyform type stainless steel wire standing rigging, replaced in 2014.
Complete set of ‘spare/used’ Dyform standing rigging
Facnor roller reefing system on forestay with removable drum
Racing rod forestay with Tuff Luff fitted
Holmatro hydraulic backstay tensioner
Slab reefing mainsail, reefing lines for reefs 1&2 lead aft to cockpit
Custom Jib In-hauler, calibrated to sheeting angles.
Harken ball bearing deck organisers
All blocks of ball bearing type from Harken and Lewmar
Lewmar ocean RCB genoa track and car system
Spinlock rope clutches mounted in cockpit for lines lead aft
Mainsheet track spanning cockpit within easy reach of helmsman for short handed cruising.
Primary Winches – 2x Harken H64.2, two-speed, self-tailing
Secondary – 2x Harken H44.2, two-speed, self-tailing
Halyard Winches – 2x Harken H44.2, two-speed, self-tailing
Cruising Sails:
Mainsail – Double Taffeta, fully battened, slab reefing. Banks Sails 2010
Genoa – Roller furling with UV strip. Banks Sails 2010
Cruising Chute – With snuffer. Banks Sails 2012
Racing Sails:
Mainsail – Carbon, slab reefing. UK Sails 2009
#1 Genoa – Millennium Carbon (light). One Sails
#1 Genoa – Carbon. UK Sails
#2 Genoa – Millennium Carbon (medium). One Sails
#2 Genoa – Carbon. UK Sails
#3 Jib – Carbon. UK Sails
#4 Jib – Kevlar. Saunders Sails
Unless noted all racing sails are pre-2015
Masthead Spinnakers:
S2 Runner – Banks Sails (2013)
S3 Runner – Doyle Sails (2012)
Asymmetric – A3 North Sails (2012)
Air 650 Reefing – A3/A5 Banks Sails (2017)
Fractional Spinnakers:
VMG – Banks Sails (2012)
S4 – UK Sails (2010)
Storm Sails:
Trysails – Orange dacron
Storm Jib – Orange dacron
Canvas Work:
Mainsail cover
Mainsail cover – Stackpack type cover for cruising sails
Steering wheel cover
Carbon spinnaker pole cover
Anchoring & Mooring:
Bower Anchor – Delta plough anchor on chain rode
Kedge Anchor – Delta plough anchor with chain/warp rode
Electric Anchor Windlass
Mooring Warps – Selection
Fenders – Selection
Talamex inflatable dinghy (2021)
Solid transom, inflatable floor.
Single stainless steel bow roller
Stainless steel pulpit rail.
Deck mounted stainless steel stanchions supporting double teir stainless steel guardwires.
Guardwire gates on port and starboard sides
Deck mounted mooring cleats, forward, midship and aft, 8 cleats in total
Stainless steel grabrails running the length of the coachroof fgrom the mast aft
Low profile moulded cockpit coaming with primary and secondary winches mounted on top
Spinlock rope clutches, winch feeder and halyard winches mounte to port and starboard sides of companionway.
Bench seating forward to port and starboard sides of cockpit, cockpit lockers beneat aft sections of both seats.
Mainsheet system spanning width of cockpit forward of pedestal.
GRP moulded pedestal with instruments mount on pedestal forward of wheel
Custom carbon wheel
Bench seat across transom with removable central section to allow access to liferafts
Lazzarette lockers beneath quarter seats
Outboard storage bracket mounted on starboard pushpit rail
Removable stainless steel boarding ladder, mounting on transom brackets

General note on safety equipment: Any safety equipment such as liferafts, Epirbs, fire extinguishers and flares etc. are usually personal to the current owner(s) and if being left on-board as part of the sale of a used vessel may require routine servicing, replacement, or changing to meet a new owners specific needs.
Navigation Lights:
Masthead Tri-Colour (LED)
Anchor light
Steaming light
Navigation lights (LED)
Deck light
Life saving:
Liferaft – Ocean Safety Charter ISO, 8 person cannister. (Service due May 2023)
EPIRB – Kannad Marine. Safelink Sportpro+ (Battery expires Jan 2023)
Raymarine Lifetag system – Displaying MOB location on plotter
Pilot gas alarm
Carbon Monoxide Alarm
Smoke Alarm
Horseshoe buoy with lights
Throwing line
Fire blanket

In this case we are acting as brokers only.
The Owner is not selling in the course of a business. whilst every care has been taken in their preparation , the correctness of these particulars is not guaranteed. The Purchaser is strongly advised to check the particulars and where appropriate at their expense to employ a qualified Marine Surveyor to carry out a survey and/or to have an engine trial conducted which if conducted by us shall not imply any liability for such engine on our part.
This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

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