2004 Beneteau 393 hull with added value in 2015 of new sails, mast, boom and rigging.
Calypso is set up for sailing controlled from the cockpit. Sails have black UV protection covers over both Main and Headsail.
The cockpit has a large drop-leaf table with teak decking on the seats, plenty of storage in two aft lockers and external LED lighting. The wheel swings 90 degrees to allow easy movement when anchored.
A Raymarine Wind indicator, log, E7 colour radar, plotter/depth instrumentation, autopilot and compass are positioned on the pedestal. The helm seat lowers to allow easy access to the transom step, cold water shower and swim ladder.
Calypso features a wood finish interior with 3 sleeping cabins. A forward cabin with dressing seat and hanging locker has a private head. Identical doubles tucked under the cockpit with fore-and-aft bunks have hanging lockers/shelf storage and share an aft head. The dining table can lower to convert to a double berth.
The saloon has an aft nav station with desk, VHF radio and storage under the seat. All hatches have pullout blinds.
The galley has a double stainless steel sink, 2 burner gas stove and oven with compliance plates, large 12/240 volt refrigerator, louvered cabinet doors with a variety of cooking and dinnerware.
A 54HP Yanmar diesel positioned under the companionway steps is in excellent condition with 3000 hours on the clock. At 6-7 knots the boat uses about 2.5 litres per hour. The hull had Altec No.5 antifouling and Prop Speed applied late 2015.
Water is heated by an inverter and a system of four new AGM deep cycle batteries. There are 2 X 250 litre water tanks.
The tender is an 8ft (Islander) inflatable with a 10HP outboard Mariner stored on davits with a pulley release system. Two solar panels installed on top of the davits.
Additional items include: 2 personal EPIRBS, a boat EPIRB, spare sails, rope, anchor rope/chain, an electric winch, flares, life jackets, First Aid kit, harnesses, boson's chairs, water tanks, tools and spare parts.