43′ Beneteau 43

Priced to Sell








Single Diesel

Hull Material


BVI Yacht Sales Overview

‘No Regret’s’  started life as a Moorings Charter boat, after which she entered service with the Rob Swain Sailing School.   She has spent the recent summers in New England, making passage between there and BVI annually, proving her as a seaworthy vessel for cruising this area.  She is equipped with many recent upgrades including new sails, new canvas, newer electronics and more. She is available to cruise the Virgin Islands, and beyond, immediately. 
Designed by Berret-Racoupeau and built by Beneteau, the Moorings 43.3 was built for comfort and performance.  She features two steering stations with navigation
instruments nearby for ease of handling.  The layout features 3 cabins and 3 heads, a roomy saloon to starboard, and a practical galley to port with plenty of work space. Fully equipped with TV and DVD player plus shore power air conditioning.

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  • Galley:
    • Linens and towels
    • Fully equipped galley
    • BBQ grill
    • Electric water pressure pump with expansion bottle and filter protecting the circuit
    • 2 roto-moulded water tanks mounted on the hull inner moulding (200 l beneath aft starboard cabin berth + 160 l beneath fore cabin berth)
    • 2 stainless steel water fillers. Tanks are filled separately
    • Water tanks selected by 1/4 turn valves
    • 1 cold water cockpit shower
    • Electric wastewater pumps for shower/s
    • Manual bilge pump in cockpit
    • Electric bilge pump with automatic
    • operation
    • 1 electric drainage pump for icebox
    • Self-draining cockpit and side decks drainage
    • 1 x 25 l electric water heater
    • 2 x 50 l / 13 gal. holding tanks
    • Rectangular stainless steel double sink
    • Mixer tap with hot and cold pressurised water
    • Stainless steel gimballed 2 burner oven and grill with stainless steel safety rail
    • Top-opening 170 l icebox with ‘Vitrifrigo’ 12 v refrigerating unit
    • White laminated work top
    • 1 locker with double doors under sink with waste bin
    • 1 cutlery drawer
    • 1 locker with 2 shelves under the drawer
    • 4 high closed stowage shelves
    • 1 shelf with stainless steel fi ddle
    • 1 light over hob
    • 2 hull ports with curtains
    • 1 double panoramic window with pleated
    • blinds
    • Fridge drain to overboard with pump & filter
  • Heads
    • Head compartments: one-piece moulding for good water-tightness and easy maintenance
    • Large bowl manual marine toilet
    • Hot / cold water mixer tap with shower and holder in heads
    • 1 mirror
    • 1 stowage locker and 1 closed high shelf
    • 1 locker beneath washbasin with waste
    • bin and paper holder
    • 1 towel holder on entrance door
    • 1 glass holder
  • Electronic depth and speed reading SOG from the GPS
  • Raymarine i50 and i70 multi function displays (port helm) for wind speed and direction, water depth and speed
  • Raymarine cSeries chart plotter with a color display GPS
  • Raymarine Ray55? VHF at chart table with masthead antenna
  • Remote speaker for VHF in cockpit
  •  Raymarine p70 Autopilot with a linear drive
  • CD player with MP3 connection
  • Cockpit speakers
  • TV and DVD player
    • Hull is single-skinned GRP construction
    • The deck is of glass fibre and balsa sandwich construction for optimum strength / weight ratio as well as excellent heat and sound insulation. All working areas and areas of movement around the deck are provided with a nonslip diamond-point finish
    • The hull / deck joint is screwed and bonded and surrounded by a teak rubbing strake. This mechanical join ensures a watertight assembly whilst also improving safety when moving around on deck
    • The keel is fitted to the boat by a system of screws and stainless steel backing plates and by bonding
    • The keel is cast-iron. To increase its life, the keel is given an anti-corrosion treatment and improved finish in the factory before assembly, using epoxy-based coatings and paint
    • Under hung rudder with stainless steel stock
    • Twin helm positions in aft cockpit
    • Two column mounted steering wheels
    • Twin bulkhead mounted steering gear
    • Metal cable transmission system
    • Deck access point for emergency steering, and emergency tiller
    • Single welded stainless steel bow fitting
    • 6 aluminium mooring cleats with stainless steel protection plates on top of the hull / deck line
    • Mid ship cleats for spring lines
    • Delta 44lbs primary anchor and 150′ 10mm chain rode
    • Brittany 35lb secondary anchor with chain and rope
    • Quick Aleph 12-v / 1000W electric windlass with hand held control
    • Offset fairlead, enabling anchor to be left in position
    • Self-draining anchor well with clinch fitting and hatch cover
    • 4 cockpit stowage lockers
    • 1 gas locker for 2 bottles located under port helm seat
    • Cockpit benches
    • Individual cockpit cushions
    • Twin steering consoles with stainless steel handrail and navigation instruments
    • 1 column-mounted compass at each helm position
    • Engine control panel located near the starboard helm seat
    • GRP fixed cockpit table, with 2 folding leaves, oddments locker. Pivoting mount for chart plotter to view from both wheels
    • Cockpit shower
    • 2 winch handle pockets
    • GRP self-draining cockpit sole
    • Bimini
    • Open stainless steel pulpit with step and navigation lights
    • 2 stainless steel push pits
    • 1 lifebuoy holder
    • 1 outboard motor bracket
    • 1 ensign staff holder
    • Double row of  guardrails supported by 4 single and 4 double stanchions
    • 2 side openings in guardrails
    • Handrails surrounding the deck
    • Lifelines without plastic coating
    • 8 person Plastimo Transocean Type 1 / Group A liferaft in a fiberglass capsule. Service past due: 04/2018


  • Classic 9/10 anodised aluminium deck stepped mast
  • 2 sets of aft-swept spreaders
  • Mast fitted with mainsail slides
  • Articulated blocks at mast foot
  • Anodised aluminium boom
  • 2 automatic reefing lines
  • 1 mainsail foot outhaul
  • Stainless steel wire rigging (fore stay, shrouds, lower shrouds, backstay), 1 classic fore stay, Twin back stays
  • Stainless steel shroud chain plates are taken back to the inner moulding by stainless steel tie rods
  • Heavy duty charter spec furling genoa with anti-UV protection strip
  • Heavy duty charter spec classic mainsail with, full batten with low-friction slides and cars
  • Heavy duty charter spec lazy jack and stack pack system
  • 1 mainsheet track on coach roof with control lines led back to forward end of cockpit
  • 1 mainsheet block assembly
  • Mainsheet led back to starboard winch
  • 1 Genoa furler with drum on the deck.
  • The furling line is led back to cockpit on coach roof to port
  • 2 Genoa sheet tracks with piston adjustable cars on side decks
  • 2 Genoa sheet return blocks
  • All lines (except boom topping lift) are led back to the cockpit
  • 1 mainsail halyard
  • 1 Genoa halyard with jammer and cleat at mast
  • 1 boom topping lift with cleat at mast
  • 1 mainsail foot outhaul
  • 1 mainsheet with track
  • 2 rapid reefi ng lines led back to the cockpit
  • 2 Genoa sheets
  • 1 rigid boom vang with tackle
  • 5 jammers to port
  • 3 jammers to starboard
  • 6 cleats distributed to port and starboard
  • Chrome fi nish winches
  • 2 Genoa sheet winches on coaming
  • 2 winches on coach roof
  • 2 aluminium winch handles
  • 2 winch handle pockets in cockpit
  • Electrical panel with 10 x 12 v switches + 11 fused switches and 3 x 110 v switches
  • 1 x 12 v cigarette lighter socket
  • 1 x 12 v voltmeter
  • 1 water gauge and 1 fuel gauge via central LCD screen
  • 1 low battery alarm, and low diesel and water tanks alarm
  • (2) Lifeline GPL-4DA 210Ah high spec Absorbed Glass Matt (AGM) batteries
  • (1) Lifeline GPL-27T separate engine start battery charged via low loss splitter system
  • 1 x 110 v shore power supply
  • 1 x 15 m extension cable
  • 1 x 40 amp Dolphin battery charger
  • 1 x 80 Amp alternator coupled to the engine
  • Rigging earthed against lightning
  • 1 x 110 v socket in each cabin, also 1 at chart table and 1 in galley
  • 6 reading lights
  • 14 halogen deck head lights
  • 1 white / red strip light at the chart table
  • 1 white strip light in the galley
  • Bow and stern navigation lights
  • Steaming light on the forward face of the mast
  • 1 masthead anchor light
  • Conduits for running cables for options
  • Shore power cord wired direct
  • Dock side air conditioning
    • (1) 16,000 BTU
    • (1) 12,000 BTU
  • 12 v cigarette lighter socket at chart table
  • Fans in each cabin plus saloon and galley


    • Yanmar 54 hp engine
    • Engine mounting built into hull inner moulding
    • Engine compartment insulated with soundproofing foam
    • Ventilation secured by an air intake and forced air exhaust on transom
    • Engine access through an opening located under companionway steps supported by two gas struts
    • 2 side access hatches in the aft cabins for maintenance
    • Fixed three-blade propeller
    • 200 l / 58 gal. rotomolded fuel tank with electronic gauge located under aft port bench
    • Sea water and diesel filter with sediment reservoir
    • Engine control panel with built-in key start located in the cockpit to starboard near the helm seat
    • Collar on shaft fitted inside the boat to secure shaft
    • Propane solenoid with switch and warning light
Yacht name

No Regrets


Tortola, British Virgin Islands


LOA: 43 ft 1 in
Beam: 13 ft 6 in
LWL: 42 ft 1 in
Maximum Draft: 6 ft 7 in
Displacement: 21100 lbs


Engine 1:
Engine Brand: Yanmar
Engine Model: 4JH5E – 4000 Hours
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Drive Type: Direct Drive

Cruising Speed: 6 knots
Maximum Speed: 9 knots


Fresh Water Tanks: 2 (95 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: 1 (52 Gallons)
Holding Tanks: 3 (60 Gallons)


Number of cabins: 3
Number of heads: 3

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