1994 50’ BENETEAU
by Charlie Kenyon
Polair Star is a beautiful 50’ Beneteau made by Chantiers Beneteau, France.
The yacht is in excellent condition and has been recently updated and well maintained. Currently lying in Bequia, St Vincent & The Grenadines.
We have really enjoyed sailing her around the beautiful islands of the Grenadines, but we are now looking for a new adventure in our lives.
We are looking for $125,000 ONO
Vessel name: Polair Star
Model: Oceanis 50
Year constructed: 1994
No. of engines: 1
Engine model: Perkins 1.B
Engine hours: 02980
Fuel type: Diesel
Cruising Speed: 8 knots
Fibre re-inforced plastic
Teak laid cockpit floor
Hull type: Monohull
Length Overall: 15m (49'95")
Hull Length: (50')
Length Waterline: 13.25m (44'1")
Beam: 04.73m (15'6")
Draft: 2.01m (6'7")
Sleeps 8 with 4 double berths;
Sleeps 2 crew with bunk beds and toilet;
HEADS/SHOWER Compartments, ensuite access from the cabins and saloon access;
U shaped settee;
Central seat bench with storage below;
Large high gloss wooden table;
High level storage lockers;
1.5 stainless steel sinks with hot and cold mixer;
2 burner gas cooker with oven and safety bar;
top loading chest refrigerator;
top loading chest freezer;
Storage lockers and drawers;
Large forward facing chart table with chart storage below;
2016 Doyles Mainsail;
Electric bilge pump;
Shore Power Inlet;
Teak outside table;
Safety Equipment: Fire extinguishers and Water Raft;
Music CD Player;
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