Pursuader Too was built new in 2004 for an English owner who used her for cruising in the Mediterranean. She successfully completed the 2007 ARC, coming first in the group of seven Beneteau 57’s that took part.
She was sold in November 2008 to her current Dutch owner who used her for cruising mostly in the Mediterranean with his wife. The owner carefully maintained her and everything is well documented. The equipment includes generator, air conditioning, water maker, complete navigation equipment for long passages and much more.
She is privately owned and VAT paid.
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Pursuader Too was built new in 2004 for an English owner who used her for cruising in the Mediterranean. She succesfully completed the 2007 ARC, coming first in the group of seven Beneteau 57’s that took part.
She was sold in November 2008 to her current Dutch owner who used her for cruising mostly in the Mediterranean with his wife.
The owner carefully maintained Pursuader Too and is well documented.
She is privately owned and VAT paid.
Hull (Beneteau 57)
Hull: solid GRP laminate with balsa rib band and gelcoat finish
Structural hull liner bonded and laminated to hull
Stainless steel rubbing strake on hull sides
Standard cast iron deep keel 2.60m
Spade rudder with composite-glass and stainless steel bearings
Remarks: Hull repainted in dark blue in 2016
Deck (Beneteau 57)
GRP deck with Balsa sandwich for rigidity, weight saving, thermal and sound insulation.
Teak decks and on rooftop
10 x Lewmar deck hatches
Deck edged by bulwark with solid wood capping
Teak toe rails and rounded return flange hull-to-deck joint
Stainless steel pushpit, pulpit and stanchions with custom ROD guard railing
Opening side guard railings with steps on both sides
Teak folding seats on pushpit
Self-draining anchor locker
Lofrans electric 1800W windlass with CQR anchor and chain
8 x Stainless steel mooring cleats: 2 forward, 4 amidships and 2 aft
Self-draining anchor locker with electric windlass on deck
Foredeck sail storage locker, accessible through a large deck hatch
1 x Port aft gas locker
1 x Starboard aft rubbish locker
2 x Lockable stern lockers port and starboard
Hydraulic inlaid teak folding boarding platform (patented) with remote control
Storage lockers under boarding platform steps
Stainless steel swim ladder with wooden steps
Shower in opening transom with hot and cold water
Simpson type S300 electric operated davits in stainless steel (300kg lifting capacity each).
Tender with rigid bottom and steering console
Suzuki 11hp outboard engine
Cockpit (Beneteau 57)
Teak cockpit table with folding leaves, icebox and dark blue protection cover
Dark blue fabric soft top sprayhood with stainless steel bars (2016)
Dark blue fabric cockpit tent with stainless steel bars (2016)
Dark blue fabric bimini top with stainless steel bars (2016)
Teak slatted removable cockpit floor giving access to the engine room
Teak inlaid cockpit seats
1 x Storage locker under aft cockpit seat
2 x Rope storage lockers in cockpit
Leather covered steering wheel, diameter 800 mm
220V power point
Loudspeakers for stereo
2 x Lewmar STE68 electric genoa winches
2 x Lewmar STE48 electric halyard winches
2 x Lewmar ST54 manual winches for cutter jib
10 x Spinlock halyard stoppers
Navigation instruments (Beneteau 57)
Plastimo Olympic 135 compass on binnacle
1 x Raymarine E120 colour combi radar/chart plotter/GPS
1 x Raymarine ST6001 SmartPilot with remote control
1 x Raymarine ST290 Depth
1 x Raymarine ST290 Speed
1 x Raymarine ST290 Wind
1 x Raymarine ST290 Wind close hauled
1 x Icom HM-162E VHF telephone
MaxPower bowthruster control
Engine instrument panel in front of helm station
Engine control on bulkhead
At chart table:
1 x Raymarine E80 colour radar/chart plotter/GPS
1 x Samsung SyncMaster 540N interfaced screen for radar/chart plotter/GPS with Raymarine keyboard.
1 x Icom ic-M603 VHF telephone
1 x Icom ic-M802 VHF telephone
1 x Icom ic-M31 handheld VHF
1 x Furuno navtex NX-300 digital weather receiver
Iridium ICHU 1000 satellite telephone
Mast & Rigging (Beneteau 57)
Sparcraft Performance keel stepped aluminium anodised mast and boom
Classic mainsail system with slab reefing
Triple spreaders with deck lights
Sparcraft rigid boomvang
Stainless steel standing rigging
Facnor type MEJ 1.02 electric furling headstay
Furlex type S400 furling inner forestay for cutter jib
Stainless steel splitted backstay
Sparcraft aluminium anodized spinnaker pole mouned vertically to mast
Sails (Beneteau 57)
1 x Fully battened mainsail
1 x Furling genoa
1 x Furling cutter jib
Engine (Beneteau 57)
Yanmar type 4LHA-HTE, 160hp 4-cylinder turbo charged diesel engine with fresh water intercooling.
Engine number: M25156
064 Running hours
1 x 12V/80Ah alternator
1 x 24V/55Ah alternator
Stainless steel propeller shaft with 3-blade Maxprop propeller
Engine access from removable deck hatch and interior door
Total fuel capacity 665 litres
480 Litres in two tanks located in aft cabin
Extra 185 litre fuel tank
Remarks: Engines serviced annually
Electric installation (Beneteau 57)
12V/24V220V electric circuit
1 x 12V/120Ah Fulmen Heavy engine battery
1 x 12V/120Ah Fulmen Heavy generator battery
1 x 12V/120Ah Fulmen Heavy anchor winch/bowthruster battery
6 x 12V/145Ah Fulmen Heavy domestic batteries
Onan type E-QD 9Kva diesel generator (serviced annually)
Mastervolt 24V/2500W inverter
Victron Phoenix 12V/50Ah battery charger
Victron Skylla 24V/80Ah battery charger
Shore power cable
Fisher Panda chilled water air-conditioning with additional 6kW boiler for heating
220V sockets in all areas of the interior
12V Sockets in cockpit, sail locker, in aft locker and in all cabins and soloon
Water tankage and systems (Beneteau 57)
Fresh water capacity 1.000L, in four rigid polyester water tanks integrated with inner hull grid.
Hot/cold pressurized fresh water with automatic pump compression tank
Electric pump for discharge icebox.
Raritan 42L water heater, warmed by engine and/or 220V
Shower compartment with automatic shower drain pump
Hot and cold pressurized water system
Seafresh watermaker type H208A producing 120L p/hour
Fresh water tap (wash-down or fire hose) in chain anchor locker
Three bedrooms with double beds and one crew cabin with two bunkbeds
All bedrooms each have their own bathroom
Climma air-conditioning with units in saloon and bedrooms (except crew cabin)
Thomson washing machine
Halogen lights mounted in ceiling
Curtains, blinds and mosquito screens
Saloon (Beneteau 57)
C-shape sofa in cream leather trim on port side with dining table and two removable table seats in cream leather trim
Cupboards and shelves behind sofas
Philips 20” LCD flatscreen TV with 220V antenna and Sony DVD/MP3/Ipod-player
Sony radio/CD-player with loudspeakers in saloon and cockpit
Storage space under sofa
Face-to face seats in cream leather trim with table and small tea table on starboard side
Bar along hull ligning with bottle storage and cupboards for drinking glasses
Navigation area/chart table at starboard side with navigation instruments
Galley (Beneteau 57)
U-shape galley located at port side next to cockpit
Galley worktop in white composite stone
Double polished stainless steel washbasins with hot/cold pressure mixer tap
2 x Frigoboat 130L refrigerator with deepfreezer compartment and stainless steel front opening doors.
ENO 4-burner gimballed gas stove with oven and electric extractor fan
Sufficient storage lockers
Opening portholes for extra ventilation
Aft owner’s bedroom (Beneteau 57)
French bed with shelves and cupboards along bed and hull
Matrass in sand colour fabric
Make-up table with seat in cream leather trim
Matrasses in beige fabric
Clothing lockers and drawers
En-suite bathroom with separate shower cabinet and glazed door, electric flush toilet, washbasin with mixer tap and waste tank with deck outlet.
Forward guest bedrooms (Beneteau 57)
Two bedrooms, each with double bed and own bathroom
matrasses in beige fabric
Bookshelves at head rest with reading lights and airco control panel
Double en-suite bathroom, each separate shower cabinet and glazed door, electric flush toilet, washbasin with mixer tap and waste tank with deck outlet.
Crew cabin (Beneteau 57)
Located at starboard side next to cockpit and fitted with two bunkbeds.
The crew cabin is used as utility room.
Fitted with Thomson washing machine with top loader
En-suite bathroom with manual flush toilet, washbasin with shower head and mixer tap and drainage for shower.
Safety (Beneteau 57)
Electric bilge pumps
Manual bilge pump
Liferaft 6-person in container (2006). Last surveyed in 09/2016
2 x Life buoy
CE-category Ocean A
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