- 1992 -

1992 BENETEAU 40′ Evasion 36

67,500 USD

United States

1992

 

  • Pilot House with 360 degree view and 13 Opening Ports
  • Large Swim Platform
  • 5' Draft Board Up and 7' Draft Board Down
  • In Mast Mainsail Furling
  • Solent Rig Head Sails
  • Cockpit Steering and Wheel House Steering are Independent
  • Auto Pilot
  • Radar
  • Fresh Pettit Trinidad Bottom Paint
  • Achilles 10' Dinghy
Looking For a Pilot House?

This Beneteau Evasion 36 is a Rare Find.


Windswept is a one owner boat that has been well maintained along the way. With many offshore miles, she has proven herself a solid passage maker and island hopper. The owners said they hate to see her go but they simply have too many boats. She is on the hard near Stuart, Florida and can easily be seen in person or via FaceTime. Due to the rarity of such a boat there has been a lot of interest so don't expect her to be available for long. More photos provided by the owner are available to view via this link.

Additional Information Available

Boat Name

Windswept

Engine Brand

Volvo Penta

Brand

BENETEAU

Engine Model

D240

Model

Evasion 36

Year

1992

Fuel Type

Diesel

Price

USD 67,500

Cruising Speed

6 Kn

City

Stuart

LOA

40' 0"

State

Florida

Beam

12' 6"

Country

United States

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Specifications

Overview

 

 

Equipment

 


  ELECTRONICS

  • Raytheon Radar
  • Raytheon Auto Helm
  • Garmin Chart Plotter
  • ICOM M710 SSB Radio
  • Vector 1200W Inverter
  • NorPro 4.3 KW Generator
  • Spectra 200c Watermaker 9GPH

 

SAILS



2 UK Mainsails Air Batten and Standard Cut
150 Air Batten Genoa
140 Genoa
135 Racing Jib (New)
110 Inner Staysail
Asymmetrical Spinnaker

 

GROUND TACKLE

  • Bruce and Fortress Anchors
  • 125' BBB Chain 2019
  
SAFETY EQUIPMENT

  • Winslow 4 Person Life Raft
 
The Windswept Story

 

Windswept is a rare bird. As a single owner boat she was ordered new from France and imported at that time. She was then sailed in the chilly waters of the North Atlantic among the ice and then down to the islands where she has been cruised regularly. She stands out from other Beneteau Evasions due to her large transom extension that was designed and fabricated by the folks at Heritage Boat Yard in Canada. As divers, the owners wanted more space for gear and better access to the water. Below the water line you'll find another ambitious modification. As racers, the owners wanted better upwind performance but did not want to sacrifice the shoal draft qualities of the boat. So they went to Mars Metals who makes many Beneteau keels and asked them to construct a keel with a lifting dagger board. This dagger board with a 1000lbs bulb electronically drops two feet to create a 7' upwind blade. The rest of the boat has been maintained accordingly. All systems are go, so take advantage of this rare opportunity to own a pilot house with the sailing performance Beneteau is known for.