Beneteau Oceanis 373 Clipper For Sale - £59,995
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- Manufacturer: Beneteau
- Price: £59,995
- Location: Newcastle upon Tyne
- Year: 2006
- LOA: 36'11" (11.25m)
- Berths: 6
- Draft in M: Max: 1.85 Min: 1.85
- Keel: Fin keel
- ID no.: 14266
- Cabins: 2
- Heating: Yes
- Heads: 1
- Showers: 1
- Watertank Size: 374 Litres
- Engine Make: Yanmar 3JH4E
- Horsepower: 40hp
- Drive Type: Shaft drive
- Fuel Type: Diesel
- Fuel Tank Size: 125 Litres
- Cruise Speed: 6 Knots @ 1700rpm
- Top Speed: 7-8 Knots @ 2800rpm
- Range: 440 cruising
- Mechanical and Rigging
Below decks is warm and inviting thanks to the warm cherry stained woodwork and classic blue upholstery.
The flooring is laminated wood with black contrasting strips.
Headroom throughout is between 2.00M and 1.98M so stooping is kept to a minimum.
The galley is to starboard and has laminated work surfaces with moulded wood fiddle.
There is a stainless steel double sink with chrome plated mixer tap with hot and cold pressurised water.
The sink covers act as chopping boards so one less thing to buy and store.
Cooking is done on a gimballed, gas fuelled, two-burner hob and oven with protective stainless steel safety rail. Perishables are stored in the 110L, foam insulated, top-opening, icebox fitted with refrigeration unit and removable plastic baskets.
Battery and fresh water saving, seawater foot pump and icebox drainage.
Great storage with hinged doors under hob, cutlery drawer and storage shelves with doors along the hull.
There is additional stowage under the sink. Excellent light and ventilation with one light over the sink and one above the hob. Opening port with curtains above hob for good ventilation.
The boat can sleep 6 persons with ease over two sleeping cabins and saloon.
Starting in the bow with the fore cabin, the headroom is good at 1.98M. The berth is triangular in shape and measures 2.00M x 1.45M. There is one 220 V socket for electrical goods and good natural light. Storage is well covered with shelving along the hull, locker with door to port. and a hanging locker to starboard. Plenty of natural light from opening deck hatch with blind and two fixed hull ports. 12V deck head light with independent switch and two adjustable reading lights.
Returning to saloon there are two lengthwise settees. The port settee is slightly longer than the starboard settee but can be used as single berths and have backrests which slope for more comfort. There is a central inlaid wood table with bottle holder and folding leaves, surrounded by a moulded wood fiddle. Good storage here too with shelved stowage port and starboard with stainless steel retaining bar and stowage unit with door along the hull port and starboard. Further storage under starboard and port settees. Again there is plenty natural light from the two Lewmar opening hatches with blinds and the two Lewmar fixed ports with curtains. There is also the added bonus of a large panoramic window at deck level with rigid blinds and two fixed hull ports on each side of hull. 12V halogen deck head lights with independent switches a wall mounted light to starboard.
At the end of the starboard settee is the chart table with forward facing seat, chart storage, reading light and 12/240V panel.
Aft and opposite galley is the large heads with marine toilet, holding tank, sink unit and shower stall. There is an opening port for ventilation and 12V lighting. Hanging space for foul weather gear.
Finally is the aft cabin with spacious double berth. There is a shelved and a hanging locker. 12V adjustable reading lights and a deck head light. Again plenty natural light and ventilation. All hatches and port lights have blinds for privacy.
The boat is very comfortable and to add to your on board experience is a flat screen TV and DVD player. There is also Eberspacher cabin heating to extend the season.
GRP constructed hull with hi-gloss white topsides with smart contrasting blue and silver livery.
A structural inner moulding is bonded and laminated to the hull. which takes and absorbs the stresses at pressure points such as shroud chainplate tie rods, keel and rudder, spreading any load and reducing strain on the hull.
This inner liner is accessible below the high gloss laminated floor panels and allows it to be cleaned easily and provides a better finish.
The deck is sandwich construction (glass fibre and balsa) for an optimal strength/weight ratio and excellent thermal and sound insulation. This has the added luxury of teak providing a classic look. There is teak also in the cockpit sole.
Large, sociable cockpit with pivoting helm seat allowing easy access to teak laid bathing platform.
Plentiful storage from side cockpit lockers fitted with shelves and 2 aft cockpit lockers handy for fender storage. Separate, watertight gas locker which vents overboard. Locker tops finished in teak slats.
Courtesy lights in cockpit and bathing platform.
Binnacle with stainless steel leather trimmed steering wheel and electronic navigation instruments.
Illuminated Plastimo compass on console. 12V cigarette lighter socket.
Engine & Electrics:
Vessel is powered by an economical and powerful Yanmar 3JH4E inboard diesel engine.
This 40hp unit is located in a compartment below the companionway steps with foam sound-proofing.
The engine start panel is fitted with rev counter, visual and audible alarms and located within easy reach of helm on starboard cockpit coaming.
Reduction gearbox driving a stainless steel propeller shaft with GRP protection moulded into the hull and a fixed three-blade propeller.
Engine well maintained with most recent service in September 2017.
Fuel is stored in a rotomoulded, 125Lt diesel tank located beneath the aft berth. This is fitted with electronic gauge. The fuel system includes raw water and diesel filters with sediment reservoirs.
Bank of 3X 12V batteries providing engine start and domestic power. There is a fused, 12 switch, 12V electrical panel with 3 x 220V switches at chart table. Batteries fitted with isolators located in aft cabin.
240V sockets at galley, saloon and cabins. 12V lighting throughout. Cigarette lighter style socket at chart table for charging mobiles and electronic equipment. Batteries recharged via engine alternator or the 220V, 20 Amp battery charger when attached to shore power.
Sails & Rigging:
Bermudan sloop rigged yacht with deck stepped aluminium mast and boom.
Stainless steel standing rigging and terylene running rigging.
All running rigging led aft to helm via a series of deck organisers and clutches.
Coachroof mounted halyard winch for mainsail and reefing.
Self tailing genoa sheet winches within easy reach of helm.
Yacht rigged for single or short handed sailing.
Semi, full battened mainsail mounted in lazy bag on boom. Roller furling headsail with UV strip.
- Raymarine ST60 wind vane anemometer.
- Raymarine ST60 Tridata log/speed/depth.
- Raymarine ST6001 autopilot control head
- Binnacle mounted Raymarine C70 GPS plotter
- Standard Horizon GX1500E DSC VHF
- Wide stainless steel 2-hoop Captain Blue sprayhood
- Full aft cockpit enclosure with removable side panels and rear access.
- Wheel cover
- Hot/cold water cockpit shower.
- Sony CD/Radio with internal and external waterproof cockpit speakers.
- GRP cockpit table with central bottle storage.
- 1000 W electric windlass.
- Manson Supreme galvanised anchor with 25 m chain and 38 m warp
- Mooring lines
- Fresh water foot pump.
- Eberspacher heating.
- Bow and stern navigation lights
- Steaming light (masthead light)
- Anchor light
- Canister air horn
- Boarding ladder
- Electric bilge pump
- Manual bilge pump
- Clock & Barometer
- Engine spares
- Cutlery crockery and utensils
- Fire extinguishers
- Fire blanket
- Life raft - Requires service
- Cockpit cushions
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