Boat Details

This nicely presented Beneteau First 40 CR, “Clockwork” has had one experienced owner from new. She has been lightly used for shorthanded cruising and racing. Her inventory includes some very recent “state of the art” working sails. This Beneteau First 40 CR is an ideal boat for offshore racing or very fast cruising. Currently on the West Coast of Scotland, we can arrange airport pickups from Glasgow for viewings.

Yacht Information

  • Boat Name:  CLOCKWORK
  • Year:  2011
  • Builder:  Beneteau
  • Designer:  Farr Yacht Design / Nauta Design
  • Engine:  Yanmar 3JH5
  • Version:  3 x cabins, 1 x heads
  • Location:  Troon, South Ayrshire


  • LOA:  41 ft 3 in / 12.58m
  • LWL:  35 ft 0 in / 10.67m
  • Beam:  14 ft 7 in /3.89m
  • Draft:  8 ft 0 in / 2.45m
  • Max Bridge Clearance:  63 ft 3 in / 19.3m
  • Air Draught:  63 ft 4 in / 19.30m

Engine and machinery

Yanmar 40hp diesel engine with sail drive
110Ah engine battery
Two 110Ah service batteries
Battery charger
Shore power socket
Webasto warm air cabin heating including heads outlet


Engine instruments
Garmin GPSmap 750 touchscreen in cockpit
Raymarine ST6002 autopilot in cockpit
Three Tack Tick Micronet Maxi units mounted at mast
Tack Tick MN 100-2 wind mounted at chart table or cockpit
Tack Tick MN 100-2 display mountedat chart table or cockpit
Tack Tick hand held remote
Voltmeter, water and fuel gauges at chart table
Icom IC-M411 DSC VHF radio at chart table
Pioneer CD MP3 player with saloon and cockpit speakers

Deck gear

Stainless steel pulpit
Stainless steel aft quarter pushpits
Stainless steel stanchions with twin guardwires
Bow roller
16kg Delta anchor with 40m chain and 20m warp
Quick electric anchor windlass
Guardian kedge anchor
LED navigation lights
Transom shower
Various warps and fenders


Sprayhood renewed 2017 
Leather trimmed steering wheel with cover
Wood finish to cockpit seating
Port and starboard cockpit lockers
Gas locker
Removable aft beam

Sails and rigging

Main sail by Saturn Sails 2017 in Fibrepath Offshore, custom laid aramid and carbon fibres as membrane, taffeta both sides. Designed for durable offshore use. Three reefs and full length battens
No 1 genoa by Saturn Sails 2017 in Fibrepath Offshore, custom laid aramid and carbon fibres as membrane, taffeta both sides. Designed for durable offshore use. Inter changeable furling and rigid battens.
No 3 genoa by One Sails 2014 in custom laid aramid fibres as membrane, taffeta both sides, rigid battens, little use and in excellent condition
Kevlar tri radial main sail by Hyde Sails 2013 with three reefs
Kevlar tri radial No 1 genoa by Hyde Sails 2013 with rigid battens
Main sail by Saturn Sails 2011 in hydranet radial with three reefs, good condition
No 1 genoa by Saturn Sails 2011 in hydranet radial with furling battens, good condition
No 4 genoa by Saturn Sails 2011 in heavy Dacron, good sail in strong winds, no battens, easily furled
Storm jib by Saturn Sails 2011 unused
Masthead lightweight spinnaker 2011
Fractional heavier reaching spinnaker 2013
Code zero by Saturn Sails 2013 on a Karver furler
Main sail stack pack bag with lazy jacks 2017
Harken mk IV 2 roller reefing system
Spinnaker pole 
Keel stepped mast with three aft swept spreaders
Single backstay with hydraulic piston
Four Harken 50 self-tailing winches
Two Harken 50 self-tailing coachroof winches
All lines led back to the cockpit

Safety equipment

Manual and electric bilge pumps
Two horseshoe lifbuoys, one with a light, the other a throwing line
Emergency throw line
Engine compartment automatic fire extinguisher


Forward cabin with double V berth, cabin seat, hanging locker, under berth storage, two opening deck hatches with blinds and hull portlights. En suite heads that is also used as day heads. Door leading through to saloon with port and starboard bench settees, central dining table with drop leaves. Plenty of storage, opening deck hatch and four opening deck portlights all with blinds. LED roof lights. Galley to port and chart table with retractable seat to starboard. Doors to the port and starboard aft cabins both with double berth, hanging locker, storage, opening portlights to cockpit and deck and a fixed hull portlight. Central companionway that lifts to access the engine, additional access hatches in the aft cabins.

Two burner gas stove with oven
Stainless steel sink
Hot and cold water system
Fridge with ice box
Opening portlight

Jabsco sea toilet
Hot and cold water system
Opening deck hatch
Holding tank

Further information

'Fibrepath sails are designed and manufactured to deliver the highest possible performance and an excellent strength to weight ratio. Built using a custom Fibrepath layout to give the best possible shape retention. Our Fibrepath series sails can be optimised with different backings and fibres to suit regatta, high performance cruising or offshore sailing.'


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.


  • BuilderBeneteau
  • DesignerFarr Yacht Design
  • LocationUnited Kingdom
  • Built2011
  • Price£130,000
  • Length12.6 m
  • Hull MaterialFiberglass
  • Beam3.89 m
  • Max Draft2.45 m
  • Displacement7.9 tonnes
  • Water Tank Capacity43.99 gal
  • Fuel Tank Capacity28.6 gal
  • Engine 1
    • Make: Yanmar
    • Model: 3JH5
    • Year: 2011
    • Fuel Type: diesel
    • Propeller Type: Inboard

Contact Seller

Sea Ventures (UK) Ltd
Unit 17 The Boatyard Swanwick Marina Southampton SO31 1ZL United Kingdom
View all boats from this seller Email Call01489 565444