The Sellers expanding family keeps them from using Blue Moon now - asking price reduced to $99,000 January 13 and if a deal is struck by the end of this month, this will include a dinghy and motor!
Blue Moon is a two-owner classic Beneteau 393 which was built in the Marion, SC factory in the US. She is laid out perfectly for cruising with the sought-after two cabin, two head layout, making cruising fun and comfortable for a family or the couple entertaining guests in style!
She comes with electronics including 2008 Raymarine C 80 color plotter (serviced in 2017), linear drive autopilot, VHF with command mic at the helm, and sailing instruments. Other features include refrigerator, freezer, microwave, propane stove, electric anchor windlass, and more. Roller furling genoa (new sun cover) and "classic" main with integrated sail cover and lazy jacks are easy to handle and deliver optimum performance. The hull bottom was recently bead blasted and fresh epoxy barrier coat and antifouling installed - bottom looks great! A dinghy and motor are being added to the inventory to encourage a sale before the sellers commit to a mooring for 2020.. The wide beam, three skylights, seven overhead deck hatches, seven opening portlights and five hull ports make this boat very comfortable for you and your guests.
Call today for an appointment to view this lovely cruiser.
contact Mark Edwards, CPYB - 774-526-0914 and firstname.lastname@example.org
Based on the highly successful Beneteau 473 and designed by renowned naval architects Berret/Racoupeau Yacht Design, this unique 39-foot passagemaker answers a long awaited quest for the serious bluewater cruiser. Roomier, more spacious and boasting some of the best accommodations to be found, the 393 will be sure to please the most scrupulous of sailors; flawlessly combining comfort and performance into an exceptional vessel.
The interior is bright and airy with seven overhead deck hatches, seven opening portlights, five fixed hull ports, and three large skylights. Matched with a warm and inviting varnished teak interior, blue upholstery, and teak varnished sole, Blue Moon is a great boat for both northern and southern sailing.
Forward is the Owner's cabin with a large double pullman berth to port with large drawers under and a dressing seat to stbd. A large hanging locker adds to storage in this area. In the bow and completely private to this fwd cabin is a Head and shower and sink with vanity.
Aft in the Main salon is a large U-shaped settee to port with double bench inboard on the centerline. The dinette table converts to a berth. Across to stbd is a large storage area with lockers, drawers, and bins. Just aft is a fwd-facing Nav Station with curved seat and chart table and electrical breaker panel.
The U-shaped Galley is found in the port aft corner and is conveniently located adjacent to the companionway stairs and also open to the main salon without being in the way. The galley includes a two burner Force 10 stainless steel propane stove with oven, Tappan Microwave, Adler Barbour 12v under-counter refrigerator and top-load freezer, double basin stainless sink and large storage areas.
The Beneteau 393 hull is solid fiberglass which utilizes a structural grid throughout the bilges for added stiffness and support. The hull is white with dark blue stripes and a black bottom paint. The Decks are cored fiberglass and are white with white non-skid pattern. Numerous deck hatches, opening ports, fixed ports, and skylights add light and ventilation.
The Sellers have enjoyed Blue Moon but now have other plans that preclude sailing for a time. Blue Moon is hauled and covered with a clear shrink wrap but very easy to board and view. Virtually everything on the boat at this time is intended to stay with the boat and a 9' West marine dinghy and 4 hp Mercury outboard are included. This the time now to buy so you can be ready to start your cruise when the New England spring arrives. Call today and let's get sailing!
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.