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|Location||Annapolis, Maryland, United States|
|Length at Water Line||11 m|
|Max Draft||1.7 m|
|Dry Weight||17196 lb|
|Cabin Headroom||1.93 m|
|Drive Type||Sail Drive|
|Propeller Type||3 Blade|
|Fuel Tanks||1 x 39 gal|
|Fresh Water Tanks||1 x 145 gal|
|Holding Tanks||1 x 30 gal|
Two by Sea
1998 Beneteau 411.
Updated/replaced running and standing rigging, including lifelines.
Updated Canvas, Chartplotter, autopilot and much more.
Replaced engine mounts.
Come see for yourself. By far the cleanest, nicest, best equipped Beneteau 411 on the market. Conveniently located in Annapolis, MD.
- Spinnaker, storm main and jib are original
- Replaced UV strip on jib (2015)
- New standing rigging (Fall 2016)
- New running rigging (Winter 2017)
- Solent stay for storm jib (2017)
- Whisker pole hung from mast for easy deployment (2017)
- New Windex (2017)
- Dyneema bird repellant at top of mast and spreaders (2017)
IJPE : 698.00 sq ft
I : 47.75 ft
J : 16.33 ft
P : 41.50 ft
E : 14.83 ft
Working Sail Area : 698.00 sq ft
Keel Type: Wing
Ballast: 5236 lb
Max Draft: 4.75 ft
Manufacturer Provided Description
The Beneteau 411, designed by the renowned Groupe Finot, exemplifies a true marriage of performance and beauty. With the bulb / fin keel, maximum stability and efficiency on all points of sail are achieved by her low center of gravity. The standard in-mast furling main and roller furling genoa provide efficiency and true ease of handling. The large cockpit with teak inlay seats is designed for maximum comfort and the pedestal console allows ample space to install electronics. There is also a dual-leaf cockpit table containing a large molded storage area and plenty of space to stow gear in the large cockpit lockers. The extra-wide aft swim platform and ladder, walk-through transom, and standard cockpit shower makes swimming easy and convenient. Both the two- and three-cabin layouts have roomy companionways, large cabins, and plenty of storage throughout, all accented with richly detailed cabinetry. Specially designed for serious cruising, the 411 nav station has a large chart table with additional locker storage underneath, as well as ample space for installing electronics. The deluxe forward owner's stateroom features a generous double berth and an upholstered port settee that is perfect for reading or relaxing. There is also private access to the spacious forward head with sink and shower unit. The galley is beautifully appointed with pressure laminate countertops, double stainless sinks, and loads of storage. The two-compartment refrigerator / freezer has top and side access, and the two-burner propane stove with oven will accommodate every culinary need.
- Radar and Inverter are original
- Raymarine Chartplotter e125 (2012))
- iCOM 506 AIS (2015)
- Raymarine autopilot (2014)
- Radio/CD (2011)
- Digital TV antenna from masthead to saloon
- raw water and fresh water pumps (2012)
- engine mounts (2012)
- Autoprop installed with fixed prop in addition
- cutlass bearing (2017)
- house and engine batteries (2014)
- LED Anchor light (2017)
- battery charger (2013)
- Prosafe FS 60 Galvanic isolator (2016)
- Rub rail (2012)
- Second propane canister (added)
- New bimini, bridge, dodger with surround enclosure and sunscreens (2015)
- Kato dinghy davits and outboard hoist (2012)
- Seawater wash down (2015)
- New lifelines (2017)
- Ports resealed (2016
- Magma Grill
- 30Amp Shore Power Cords
- Two boat hooks
- Extra Dock Lines
- Boards for companionway Traditional slide in and "door" style
- Life jackets
The 411 is big and it’s beamy at nearly 13ft. It carries a lot of that beam aft, giving a really big aft cabin, and an aft galley. This arrangement with the aft galley frees up space for the main saloon.
The two-cabin has a U-shaped dining suite to starboard and a lounge to port that doubles as the nav station. This is more appealing to the eye and offers more scope for entertaining below as well as relaxing. The nav station on the three-cabin version is on the starboard side near the companionway.
The two-cabin version gets a king-size bed in the aft cabin, which is two metres long and 1.85m wide. There’s also a hanging locker, shelving on the hull sides and seat forward of the hanging locker. There is ample ventilation, with opening ports to the cockpit and hatches. There are also fixed ports in the hull for light and to watch the world go by.
The forward cabin is light and roomy with another two-metre berth, lockers, a settee, a cabinet and ample shelving. The forward head is in the forepeak and has a manual head with an optional holding tank, vanity unit, shower and accessories.
The dayhead is to port of the companionway and also has a manual head, shower and vanity.
The finish is in cherrywood and the benchtops are a serviceable laminex with the overall effect being a cosy interior with plenty of light.
One of the things that a cruiser of this size needs is storage – and plenty of it. The 411 offers ample storage all around the boat. The two-cabin 411 has a huge storage locker on the starboard side of the cockpit. It’s big enough to stow a deflated rubber duck and small engine, water toys, fenders, and extra anchor. All at once.
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.