Beneteau First 21.7 s Yacht

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More than ever before, the smallest of the FIRST family is a big cruising yacht with plenty of style. A completely new interior with more living space, more stowage and light wood finishes and a new deck layout, with even more comfortable coamings. Following in the wake of the First 50, the new Beneteau First 21.7 s will feature a hull livery from autumn 2008.

  • Trailer-sailer
  • Maximum draught of 1.80m
  • Generous sail plan
  • Twin rudders
  • 4 full-size berths
  • generous cockpit

 

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Naval Architect Groupe Finot
Length Overall 6,40 m
Hull Length 6,25 m
Hull Beam 2,48 m
Max. Engine Power 8/11 CV
Fuel Capacity Outboard
Water Capacity 35 ltr
Draught 0.70/1.80 m
Air Draught 10.40
CE Certification B4/C6
Light Displacement 1245 Kg
Berths 4 pers.

Sail Area

 

25,20 m²

 

 

HULL
The hull is a single-skinned GR laminate. A structural inner moulding formed with unidirectional materials is bonded and laminated to the hull at various points. This plays an important structural role by absorbing the loads and pressure points (shroud chain-plate tie rods, keel, rudder, etc) throughout the structure, spreading these to reduce stresses on the hull. The surface material of the inner mouldings make it easier to clean and provides a better finish. DECK
The deck is of injection moulded (glass fibre /balsa/resin sandwich) construction for enhanced strength and optimal insulation.

HULL / DECK JOINT
The hull deck joint is formed by an unvarnished teak toerail, bonded and screwed in position. It's mechanised assembly ensures that the hull deck joint is watertight, and provides extra safety while moving about on deck.

KEEL
The cast-iron keel can be pivoted and manoeuvred by a manual worm-screw system, operated by a winch handle. To improve their durability, the keels undergo treatment prior to assembly in the factory (anti-corrosion and improved finish, being coated and painted with an epoxy-compound based material). Adjustable runners are used for controlling this assembly.

STEERING SYSTEM
The twin GRP rudders are raised by a sleeve system. The teak tiller has an extension with universal joint roller.

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