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MERMAID is a 1993 Beneteau Oceanis 400 sloop. She has a fin bulb keel and draws 5’6″, walk-through transom, double spreaders, mainsail on a 50 foot tall mast and a roller furling 150% Genoa totaling 670 square feet of sail area, 2 anchors and windlass, saltwater washdown, wide 12’10” beam, and a 50 hp Perkins diesel engine. All lines run aft to the cockpit. Tanks hold 41 gallons of fuel and 140 gallons of water. MERMAID has fiberglass and teak decks, and anodized aluminum, and stainless steel hardware.
Belowdecks there are 3 staterooms with room for 7 people to sleep comfortably, 2 heads, sinks and showers; galley (with refrigerator, small freezer, propane oven and stove, storage and stainless sink), saloon with seating for 6, navigation station, stereo / CD player with cabin and cockpit speakers, flat screen TV monitor and DVD; Lewmar hatches and portholes, and halogen lighting. There’s all new wiring, electrical panels, gauges, AGM batteries, and navigation instruments, including VHF, RADAR, GPS and chartplotters at both the navigation station and at the binnacle; depthsounder, knotmeter, water thermometer, wind instruments, and below deck autopilot.
A Carribe dinghy with a Honda outboard is used as a tender.