49′ Beneteau 49

Priced to Sell

$239,000

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YEAR

2008

LENGTH

49ft

Engine/Fuel

Single Diesel

Hull Material

Fiberglass

BVI Yacht Sales Overview

‘Someday’  is in excellent condition having undergone an extensive and detailed refit over the past year and a half, fitted with brand new mast and rigging, upgraded arch with solar, and all details attended to.  You will be hard pressed to find a better updated Beneteau in the islands today, having a blend of 2018/19  rig, rigging, lifelines, and many other pieces of critical equipment all combines to make her ‘much younger than her age’ and the best value 2008 on the market today. 

The Beneteau Oceanis 49 ft 3 cabin version has the master suite up forward, but with the forward bulkhead being far enough aft, it does mean its wide enough to sleep head  upfront  rather than just being an exaggerated  V-berth.

‘Someday’ has never ever been chartered and shows how one would expect a privately owned vessel to be and along with her excellent specification and some custom features, she offers great comfort for even the most demanding of sailors or guests aboard.

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More Yacht Specs

  • Cutlery, dinnerware, pots, pans & utensils
  • Sinks (2), stainless steel
  • Counter top, composite
  • Salt water tap in galley, foot pump
  • Refrigeration, Vitrifrigo C130L, 12V, compartments (2), side opening, 133 ltrs, plate (1), small freezer inside
  • Freezer, Vitrifrigo BN100BT, 12V, compartment (1), top opening, 100 ltrs, plate (1)
  • Stove, burers (3), propane, oven, broiler/grill
  • Pressurized fresh water system
  • Water heater, Force 10 411011, 11 gallons
  • Salt water tank at sink, foot pump
  • Microwave oven, Tappan
  • Blender, Osterizer
  • Coffee maker
  • Custom made cabinet (Beneteau), wine glass rack
  • Food processor, Midel MC115 – 2010
  • Air Conditioning
  • 12 Volt DC, 110 Volt AC
  • House batteries (4), 792 Amps, Lifeline 4D ? 2017
  • Engine battery (1), 100 Amps, Lifeline 4D ? 2017
  • Windlass battery (1), 80 Amps, Lifeline 4D ? 2012
  • Bow thruster battery (1), 80 Amps, Lifeline 4D ? 2012
  • Generator, Fischer Panda Mini 8, diesel,8 Kwt, 4,600 hrs
  • Solar panels, KYOCERA, (4), 87 watt each
  • Inverter, Xantrex Prowatt 3000
  • Battery charger, Xantrex TC40, (2), 80Amp total
  • Voltage/Amp meter, Xantrex Link 10
  • Autopilot, Raymarine, Smart pilot ST6002
  • Primary chart plotter, Raymarine E120
  • Secondary chart plotter, Raymarine E80
  • Primary/secondary GPS
  • Radar, Raymarine E52079
  • Satelite communication, Skymate
  • Depth sounder ST60, TridataSpeed & distance logs
  • Primary VHF radio, Icom IC-M422, remote mic
  • Wind direction/wind speed indicator, Raymarine ST60plus
  • Stereo, Sony CDX-GT52
  • Stereo speakers, Sony, salon (2), cockpit (2)
  • Television, Insigna LTDVD26, 26”, internal DVD player
  • EPIRB, ACR RLB-35, Cat 1 new battery 2015
  • Primary Delta anchor, 55 lbs., chain galvanized, 200’, 10mm, rode 100’ – 2013
  • Secondary Delta anchor, 55 lbs., chain 30’. 10mm, rode 100’
  • Dinghy anchor, stainless steel, 10 lbs., chain 4’, rode 30’, 3/8” – 2013
  • Bow anchor roller
  • Box pulpit and rails, stainless
  • Side stanchions and lifelines
  • Bimini top, soft
  • Side curtains
  • Dodger/Sprayhood
  • Cockpit cushions
  • Cockpit table
  • MOB equipment
  • Life jackets
  • Propane tanks (2) x 10 lbs.
  • Life ring/Horseshoe
  • Life raft, Viking, (6) person, serviced 2015
  • Barbeque
  • Deck light
  • Spreader lights
  • Fenders (5) & Dock lines (8)
  • Dorade vents
  • Dinghy davits – manual
  • Dinghy, Caribe 12’ – 2012
  • Outboard engine, Yamaha, 15hp, (2) stroke – 2012
  • Mast, (new 2018)
  • Mainsheet traveler
  • Roller furling for genoa, Profurl foil on forestay  (new 2018)
  • Boom vang, manual
  • Standing rigging, stainless steel wire
  • Main sail, Neil Pryde, hank on
  • Genoa, Neil Pryde, furling
  • Sail bag with lazy jacks
  • Winches (2), Lewmar 65, 2 speed, back of cockpit
  • Winch, Lewmar 46 electric 12V, 2 speed, port side
  • Winch, Lewmar 49, 2 speed, starboard
  • Bilge pumps (2), Rule, auto, 500 gallon/hr.
  • Bilge pump (1), Gulper, electric
  • Bilge pump (1), Plastimo – 925, manual
  • Steering, wheel (2), Goiot, manual/auto pilot hydraulic
  • Air conditioner, Cruisair (2) units, heat and cold cycle
  • Propane shut off valve
  • Fume detector, CO2/smoke detector
  • USCG safety package
  • Fire extinguishers (3) – 2012
  • Yanmar 4JH-TE, inboard, 76 hp, diesel
  • Saildrive, standard
  • Engine alarms
  • Raw water sea strainer
  • Fresh water cooling

The Beneteau Oceanis 49’ 3 cabin version has the master suite up forward, but with the forward bulkhead being far enough aft, it does mean its wide enough to sleep head ‘upfront’ rather than just being an exaggerated ‘V’ berth.

‘SomeDay’ has never ever been chartered and shows how one would expect a privately owned vessel to be and along with her excellent specification and some custom features, she offers great comfort for even the most demanding of sailors or guests aboard.

Yacht name

Someday 

LOCATION

Tortola, British Virgin Island

Dimensions

LOA: 49 ft 0 in
Beam: 14 ft 8 in
LWL: 43 ft 7 in
Maximum Draft: 5 ft 10 in
Dry Weight: 36552 lbs

Engines

Total Power: 76 HP

Engine 1:
Engine Brand: Yanmar 4JH-TE
Year Built: 2008
Engine Model: Beneteau 49
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 1100
Drive Type: Other
Engine Power: 76 HP

Cruising Speed: 7 knots
Maximum Speed: 8 knots

Tanks

Fresh Water Tanks: 145 gals (2)
Fuel Tanks: 126 gals (2)     Holding Tanks: 25 gals 

Accommodations

Number of cabins: 3
Number of heads: 2