This Beneteau is a 39′ sailboat this is well equipped for medium to long endurance sailing. It is set up with a cockpit for single handed sailing and has all lines and vital navigational equipment accessible to the cockpit.Going forward and down there is an “L” shaped galley to port with a large, cooled refrigerator/freezer box, two burner gimbaled stove and lots of drawer and cabinet storage.
The galley has hot and cold running water . Opposite the galley is a comfortable head with an enclosed shower. To starboard aft is a private berth with adjoining head/shower.
Opposite of the galley is the NAV station with a 12v DC/110v AC electical panel. The Nav station is well laid out and equipped with many accessories for extensive motoring of sips systems and geographical awareness. Going forward of the galley is a salon that can accommodate 6. Below the dining settees’ is a large amount of covered storage. Forward of the salon is a nice sized full berth with a private head, ample storage, ventilation and reading lights. Fans are throughout. The ceiling has several clever hatches for excellent ventilation. She’s sloop rigged. She is very comfortable, spacious and easy for a competent crew. She is in “Above BUC Condition”.
This well-equipped Clipper 393 boasts many upgrades including the following:2019 Dinghy and 5 HP outboard motor
All Electronics and electronic cables were upgraded to Raymarine products in 2012.
October 2021 – Oil filter, fuel filter, and engine belt were replaced new.
150 jib (kevlar racing sail)
Main sail (kevlar racing sail)
2019 EPIRB beacon
2021 new Jabsco pump for Forward Toilet
2021 new Raritan unit for Salon Toilet with a new backup shut-off valve, new Y-valve, and all new 1.5″
Forthcoming 2021 new Seaflow dry bilge system with automatic on/off controls set to run 3x per day for 4
minutes to empty the bilge from residual water like condensation from the ACs, etc.
Extra diesel storage tanks (2 x 5-gal) and gasoline storage (1 x 5-gal) installed in the lockers
Full canvas dodger and bimini
Canvas Jib sail cover sock and dinghy cover (black)
As Practical Sailor reports about the accommodations :“Accommodations
First and foremost, the 393 is roomy. You can’t help but notice the legroom, elbow room, generous seat backs, and open space in the cockpit. The walk-through coaming aft creates a good combination of openness and security. While the well is a bit too wide to brace across (and only one of the three cockpit table versions offered provides a footbrace) it’s hard to find any other quibble- sight lines are good, protection is stout, surfaces are contoured for comfort, and space is carved out around the winches to let you work them efficiently. It’s a big, comfortable, efficient, livable, modern cockpit. (If someone could figure out how to make mainsheet and traveller controls operable by the helmsman, though, it would make shorthanded sailing more realistic.)
She’s also roomy below. Headroom in the after part of the saloon approaches 6′ 6″. Light adds to the open feel, thanks mostly to the three overhead deck-windows (which come with sunshades).”
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Full SpecsBoat Name
Beam: 13 ft
Maximum Draft: 5.08 ft
Engine Brand: Yanmar
Engine Model: 4JH4E
Engine/Fuel Type: diesel
Engine Type: Inboard
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