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2002 Beneteau First 47.7

Oyster Bay, New York


This is a nicely equipped, well maintained and updated 3 cabin, two head Beneteau First 47.7. The 47.7 is a popular racer/cruiser that will take you anywhere you want to go in comfort and style. 

Owner is moving on to a larger boat and this is a great opportunity in today's market.

8/2022 Price Reduction - Now asking $165,000 with lots of new equipment!

Basic Boat Info

Boat Name: SUR
Make: Beneteau
Model: First 47.7
Year: 2002
Condition: Used
Category: Sail
Designer: Farr Yacht Design
Construction: Fiberglass
Boat Hull ID: BEY87144F102
Has Hull ID: Yes
Keel Type: Fin Keel


Length: 47 ft
Length Overall: 47 ft
Waterline Length: 41'4 ft
Beam: 14'9 ft
Max Draft: 7'6 ft
Displacement: 26,455 lb
Cabin Headroom: 6'4 ft
Ballast: 8,444 lb
Single Berths: 6

Engines / Speed

Engines: 1
  • Make: Yanmar
  • Model: JH3TE
  • Fuel: Diesel
  • Engine Power: 75hp
  • Type: Inboard
  • Propeller Type: 3 Blade, Bronze, Feathering
  • Year: 2002
  • Engine Hours: 1670


Fuel Tanks: 1
Fuel Tank Capacity: 63 gal
Fuel Tank Material: Plastic
Water Tanks: 2
Water Tank Capacity: 164 gal
Water Tank Material: Plastic
Holding Tank Count: 2
Holding Tank Capacity: 25 gal
Holding Tank Material: Plastic


Heads Count: 2
Boat Class: Racers and Cruisers, Cruisers
More Info : Manufacturer Website


Master User
Willis Marine Center, Inc.


Willis Marine Center, Inc.
17 Mill Dam Road
Huntington, Long Island, New York, US, 11743
Tel:(631) 421-3400
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.

Manufacturer Provided Description

The First 47.7 has been designed to meet the performance needs of demanding racing sailors yet she is completely equipped for comfortable cruising. Standard equipment includes tall fractional rigs, high-performance keels, and premium deck hardware. Designed by Farr Yacht Designs, Ltd., she is impeccable in detail and elegant in design.

  • Varnished cherry interior
  • Three staterooms, three double berths, two heads
  • Two-burner ENO stove with two gas cylinders in cockpit locker
  • Top access refrigerator with dedicated compressor
  • Front access refrigerator with dedicated compressor
  • Double SS sink
  • Four Lewmar opening hatches with roller shades and insect screens
  • Thirteen Lewmar opening ports with roller shades and insect screens
  • Four fire extinguishers
  • Stereo
Electronics and Navigation
  • B&G Zeus 3, 12” in cockpit, chart plotter GPS, and AIS interphase (2017)
  • B&G Vulcan 12" at helm, with B&G Halo radar, chartplotter and AIS interphase (2022)
  • Scanstrut self-leveling radar mount (2022)
  • B&G Triton 2 wind, depth and speed, with 4 cockpit displays (2022)
  • B&G H5000 Performance CPU (2022)
  • B&G H5000 Autopilot Computer (2022)
  • B&G Precision 9 compass (2022)
  • B&G ZG100 external GPS antenna (2022)
  • Vectran class A AIS (send and receive) (2018)
  • Nexus instrument system, 4 digital MFD and 4 analog cockpit displays, 2 MFD displays at chart table (depth, speed, wind direction, wind speed, etc.)
  • Simrad/Robertson autopilot with hydraulic drive connected to steering quadrant
  • 2 ICOM VHF radios (one with DSC) on chart table with independent antennas and cockpit microphone
  • VHF mast cable replaced 2022
  • 2 hand-held ICOM VHF radios
  • Mast rewired and all lights updated to LED (2022)
  • 210 amps Balmar alternator with Balmar smart regulator (2020), custom Balmar serpentine belt and belt tensioning system (2019). Spare regulator
  • Fischer Panda 4.2 generator with 680 hours, new fuel pump 2022
  • Mastervolt battery management system (2018)
  • Pro Mariner intelligent power distribution system (charges three independent battery banks and isolates upon discharge) (2018). Battery banks can be combined as needed
  • Charging and power distribution system, cabling and fuses updated to ABYC standards (2017-2018)
  • 5 AGM house batteries, 1000 amp/hr. total capacity (2017)
  • 1 AGM engine battery, 200 amp/hr. total capacity (2017)
  • 1 AGM generator battery, 100 amp/hr. total capacity (2017)
  • 2500 watt inverter
  • 50 amps (110-220 volts) charger for house battery bank (2018)
  • 30 amps (110-220 volts) charger for engine and generator batteries
  • 110v shore power cords (2) with 30 amp and 50 amp adapters
  • Mast un-stepped and professionally inspected (2022)
  • New mast boot (2022)
  • New cutter rig attachment in mast and deck (2022)
  • ProFurl headsail furler professionally serviced (2022)
  • All mast sheaves replaced (2022)
  • Trogear carbon fiber removable 3’ bow sprit (2018)
  • Lewmar ST 58 electric genoa winches (2)
  • Lewmar ST 44 electric halyard and reef winches (2)
  • Lewmar ST 48 mainsheet, traveler and auxiliary winches (2)
  • Lofrans electric windlass
  • ProFurl genoa furler
  • All reefing, halyard, furler, vang, outhaul and spinnaker lines controlled through coach roof stoppers in cockpit
  • Mechanical boom vang
  • Mechanical backstay adjuster
  • Harken adjustable genoa car system
  • Extendable spinnaker pole
  • One genoa, one mainsail and two spinnaker halyards (2017 and 2018). Mainsail topping lift (2017) can be used as spare mainsail or trysail halyard. Spinnaker pole toping lift
  • Emergency tiller
Sails and Rigging
  • North NorthLam NPL Tour full-batten mainsail (2020), with three reefs, Harken battcar system and lazy jacks
  • North Spectra full-batten mainsail (usable but with some delamination)
  • North Spectra genoa 1, with sausage bag, serviced 2018 (lightly used)
  • North Spectra furling genoa 2 with sun cover and sausage bag, serviced 2019 (lightly used)
  • Harstick Spectra furling genoa 2 with sun cover, heavy built for offshore deliveries, serviced 2017
  • Hood dacron reefable genoa 3, with foam luff and sausage bag (never used)
  • ATN storm jib (“Gale Sail”), rides over furled headsail (never used)
  • North asymmetrical gennaker with ATN snuffer, lightly used
  • North A2 asymmetrical spinnaker, with turtle, lightly used
  • North A4 asymmetrical spinnaker, with turtle
  • North code zero with furler, lightly used
  • Two sets of spinnaker sheets
  • Spare sheets and lines
Rig Dimensions

I :    56.50 ft
J :   17.17 ft
P :   48.67 ft
E :   21.17 ft

Working Sail Area : 1003.00 sq ft

  • Spectra watermaker with spare filters
  • Forward head with manual Jabsco toilet (2017), Saniflex hoses replaced 2017, 25 gal. holding tank
  • Day head with electrical Jabsco toilet (2020) with ElectroScan waste treatment system (2020), Saniflex hoses replaced 2020
  • Hot and cold pressure water in heads, showers, galley and cockpit
  • Washdown pump in cockpit and anchor well (2018)
  • High-capacity electrical emergency bilge pump (2018)
  • Standard electric bilge pump
  • Two manual high-capacity emergency bilge pumps, one operated from inside (2018), the other from the cockpit
Additional Information
  • Hull professionally buffed and waxed (2022)
  • Bottom painted (2022)
  • 18 Spinlock deck stoppers
  • German mainsheet system
  • 8 retractable pad eyes w/deck stoppers for spinnaker blocks and boom preventer
  • 2 dorade vents w/protective S/S guards
  • 4x400mm aluminum mooring cleats with S/S protection on the toe rail
  • 4x300mm aluminum mooring cleats for the spring lines
  • Carbon fiber rudder (replaced 2017) and rudder stock. Rudder bearings replaced in 2020
  • Viking eight-person life raft (new 2018) with current certification
  • Full winter cover (2017)
  • Varnished toe rail (refinished 2021)
  • 9’ Zodiac dinghy (2015, lightly used) with 5HP Tohatsu two-stroke engine
  • Hull barrier coated with Interprotect barrier coating. Annual ablative antifouling paint (2021)
  • Plastimo binnacle compass
  • Gale Rider drogue
  • 55lbs Delta SS anchor on bow roller with 200’ BBB chain
  • Danforth racing aluminum anchor with 200’ chain and line
  • Bruce anchor 35 lbs.
  • Eight jackline attachment points in cockpit and deck
  • Two bow to stern low-stretch custom jacklines (2018)
  • Three cockpit low-stretch custom jacklines (2018)
  • Removable crane to install outboard in dinghy (2016)
  • Dodger
  • Mainsail cover
  • Steering wheel cover
  • Cockpit cushions
  • Life jackets
  • One horseshoe buoy
  • Destroyer-type elk-covered steering wheel
  • Boarding ladder
  • Fenders
  • Mooring lines
  • Flag with varnished flag-pole
  • Winch handles
  • Boathook
  • Many mechanical and plumbing spares
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.
Additional Contact Information

Please Contact:

David Willis, CPYB 631-421-3400 office  | 516-885-9481 mobile  | 

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