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Lost Together
Beneteau First 10R
$89,000 USD
33ft in

Farr Yacht Design and Beneteau have produced some of the finest hull designs with no compromises. They are fast around the buoys and even quicker as cruisers. The Beneteau First 10R lives up to the hopes and dreams of the design. Lost Together comes as the perfect building platform for bringing up a young racing family around Puget Sound and for extended family vacations. She has an adequate galley space and accommodations to suit two couples and a child or two. The separate cabin on the starboard side is quite a luxury for a 30-foot boat in this class.

Beneteau designers cut no corners when thinking of unique features for this boat; like the flip up lower companionway board that provides just enough from water ingress and the integrated asymmetrical spinnaker pole that makes hoisting a kite a viable option for shorthanded sailing.

Come see why Lost Together will make your sailing in Puget Sound complete!


  • Exterior Detail – Leo’s Yacht Detailing (March 2022)
  • Bottom Paint Job/Service – Northwest Fiberglass (February 2022)
  • Saildrive service – Gallery Marine (February 2022)
  • New Companionway Hatch Boards – Off Watch Vessel Management (January 2022)
  • Engine service: Full/Annual – Gallery Marine (December 2021)
  • New Lifelines – Ballard Sails and Yacht Services (August 2019)
  • New Main & Jib Halyards – Ballard Sails and Yacht Services (August 2019)
  • New Mainsail Drop Bag and Wheel Cover – Doyle Sails (July 2019)
  • New Spinnaker Snuffer/Sock – ATN (July 2019)
  • Mainsail Stratis Laminate – Doyle Sails (2018)
  • Dacron Main – Doyle Sails (2015)
  • 130% Furling Dacron Genoa – Doyle Sails 
  • 143% Laminated – Taylor Sails
  • Asymmetrical Spinnakers: A2 Runner & A1 Reacher – North Sails
  • Jibs: 3DL Light #1, Heavy #1 & Blade – North Sails
  • 143% Laminated – Taylor Sails
Name of vessel Lost Together
Model Beneteau First 10R
Year 2007
Builder Beneteau
Designer Farr Yacht Design
Price $89,000 USD
Location Seattle, WA
Length (feet) 33
Beam (feet) 11'1"
Draft (feet) 6'7"
Displacement (pounds) 10,265
Ballast (pounds) 3,682
Engine model Yanmar 3YM20
Engine horsepower 20
Engine hours 151
Fuel tank capacity (gallons) 20
Water tank capacity (gallons) 26
Holding tank capacity (gallons) 20


The interior space aboard the 10R is quite remarkable for that of a 30’ cruiser/racer. The layout favors centralizing and centering the weight for optimum performance and easy movement throughout the boat. Light grained Mukali veneer is used throughout the boat for its durability and high finish quality. Pressure laminated floorboards fit snugly, are easy to clean and have decent insulating properties.

Furthest forward, is the enclosed head with large locker to starboard that holds the holding tank. Having the head all the way forward allows the main salon the full width of the boat without compromising accessibility. There is a manual flush toilet with a single molded in sink to port with pressure water. Below the sink is a small amount of storage for cleaning supplies and access to plumbing.

The main salon is located centrally in the boat and has 5’ 11” of headroom throughout. The double leaf, folding table encapsulates the lower portion of the carbon mast with room for eight around it during a meal. There are two, six foot four inch long settees. The two batteries are located under the forward part of the port settee with storage aft and the water tank is below the starboard side. The settees are exceptionally deep so sleeping on them is quite comfortable. Overhead, stainless grab rails provide safe handholds while underway. Six Lewmar opening portlights in the coach roof allow generous light and ventilation throughout the cabin. Recessed lighting is supplemental after sunset.

The L shaped galley is next aft on the port side. The single stainless sink and single action faucet are forward facing with space below for cleaning supplies. In the corner of the countertop is access to the deep refrigerator to keep the beverages frosty all summer. The two burner gimbaled alcohol stove is just aft with a stainless safety bar surrounding it. Above the countertop and stove are two storage cabinets, with hinged and latching doors for dishware. Three more cabinets aft are available for food or cookware.

Opposite the galley, is the forward facing nav station. The permanent bench seat has storage below and delivers a safe spot for plotting underway. The flip up chart table has good storage for navigation or maintenance tools. Above and outboard is the AC/DC panel, VHF and thermostat for the Webasto cabin heater.

Farthest aft on the starboard side is the owners’ stateroom. This private cabin has room for two for a comfortable nights sleep. The bunk is 6’5” by 5’5”. A hanging locker outboard gives space for foul weather gear or clothing. Overhead LEDs and two opening portlights flood the space with good light and airflow.

The three step companionway separates the two cabins and lifts out of the way for access to the engine. The sea strainer, oil dipstick, and coolant are all front and center when the steps are removed.

On the port side, aft is the quarter berth. This makes an excellent sea berth or temporary sail storage. The bunk length is 6’5” with 3’ of width. Storage is available below and access to the water heater.


Electronics & Navigation

  • NKE TL25 multi display (mast mounted)
  • NKE remote
  • Garmin autopilot (GHC 20)
  • Garmin chartplotter (GPSmap 540)
  • Icom VHF (IC-M422 at nav station with external Command Mic II)
  • Sony AM/FM/CD player
  • Suunto magnetic compass
  • Masthead windex


Electrical Systems

  • AC/DC systems with voltmeter
  • 30 amp shore power service
  • 50’ 30 amp smart plug shore power cord
  • Smart plug shore power inlet
  • Galvanic isolator (pro failsafe 30A)
  • (2) AGM group 27 house batteries
  • ProNautic inverter/charger (12.15P)


Mechanical and Plumbing

  • Yanmar 3YM20 20hp diesel engine with 151 hours
  • Yanmar SD-20 Saildrive (E01410)
  • 2-blade Flex-O-Fold bronze propeller
  • Shurflo 12 VDC blower
  • 20 gal fuel tank
  • Jabsco freshwater pump (3.3 GPM 37202-2712)
  • Jabsco pumpguard
  • 26 gal water tank
  • Quick Nautic Boiler 2.5gal hotwater heater
  • Bilge pump (Sahara 4511)
  • Manual bilge pump in cockpit (Plastimo diaphragm pump)
  • Sea Frost 12 VDC refrigeration with raw water cooling system
  • Origo 2-burner alcohol stove
  • Jabsco manual head
  • Holding tank
  • Webasto AT 40 cabin heater


Deck and Hull

The First 10-R resembles the 40.7 and 36.7 but has a distinguishing feature separating it from its older sisters. There is a retractable carbon bowsprit mounted on the starboard side for improved handling downwind and shorthanded sailing.

The deck and hull of the First 10-R was the first model constructed with the “One Shot” infusion process. This ensures the balsa cored decks and hull (above the waterline) receive sufficient amounts of resin throughout the entire boat. Under deck fittings, solid glass is used for added strength

Beginning forward, there is a small anchor locker for rode and quick access to store the anchor while racing. The sturdy molded in non-skid and teak toe rail provides good grip on the foredeck. The side decks are clean and drain well in a seaway. The shrouds are set in from the hull making the decks easy to navigate. The cockpit is secure and workable for helmsman, mainsail trimmer, two headsail trimmers and a pit person. All control lines and halyards are run back to two cabintop clutches and two cabin top winches. The teak covered cockpit seats are comfortable for relaxing on and are aesthetically appealing. The 63” aluminum wheel is exceptional from a racing standpoint, allowing the helmsman to sit on the windward side of the boat and see the jib telltales. The main sheet system and traveler are mounted just forward of the helm, perfect for the helmsman to facilitate a quick ease of the sail in a gust or perfect for single or double handing. Both cockpit settees have great storage below them and all the way aft under the deck is additional garage type storage. There is excellent access to the steering quadrant, Webasto heater and throttle linkage and room for 5+ fenders and lines.


  • Single stainless anchor roller
  • Lewmar Claw 33 lb anchor
  • 5’ of 3/8” BBB chain
  • 150’ ½” nylon rode
  • Fortress FX-11 secondary anchor
  • 20’ 5/8” chain
  • Lewmar foredeck hatch
  • Teak toerail
  • Stainless bow pulpit
  • Stainless lifelines
  • (4) Mooring cleats
  • (8) Lewmar portlights
  • Canvas wheel cover


Sails and Rigging

  • Fracnor flat deck 190 roller furler
  • Fractional Hall Spars double spreader, carbon fiber mast, painted white
  • Selden carbon fiber retractable bow sprit
  • Carbon boom
  • Boom Kicker vang
  • Harken traveler
  • Stainless rod standing rigging
  • Doyle canvas Cradle Cover
  • Jib halyard
  • (2) Spinnaker halyards
  • Main halyard
  • Jib inhaulers
  • Jib car lead adjusters
  • (2) Triple Spinlock line organizers
  • (2) Triple Spinlock Linelock clutches
  • Harken & Ronstan blocks
  • Coarse and fine tune adjustable backstay
  • Doyle Stratus laminate main (2018)
  • Doyle Dacron main (2015)
  • Doyle Dacron 130% furling genoa
  • Taylor laminated 143% heavy #1 (2018)
  • North 3DL light #1 Genoa
  • North 3DL heavy #1 Genoa
  • A1 Reacher North Sails asymmetrical spinnaker
  • A2 Runner North Sails asymmetrical spinnaker
  • ATN snuffer/sock
  • Various other sails in varying conditions
  • (2) Lewmar ST 46 primary winches
  • (2) Lewmar ST 40 secondary winches


Safety & Miscellaneous

  • (5) Fenders
  • Docklines
  • Lifesling
  • Boathook
  • 3 step transom swim ladder

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