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Beneteau Oceanis 411    

Location  Croatia

 

Year   2000

LOA   12.34

Beam  3.95

Draft    1.70

Keel  steel fin

 

Engines

Yanmar 4JHBE - 56 HP   4389 Engine hours

 

Speed :  6 kt cruising  7.5 kts top speed 3bladed fixed propellor

 

Battery Carger SBC to 3 bateries  96 A hr engine,  140 Domestic  brand new

 

Tankage

Fuel 130 lt GRP

Water  2 -  200 and 300 lt  GRP

Holding  50lt  GRP

 

Accommodation

3 cabins 2 heads, ensuite with shower in owners cain.  Kitchenette with Gas cooker ENO, Fridge Frigobot , Marine/ electric hot water, 

 

SAILS

Genoa  North Sails Good Condition

Main     North Sails  Good Condition 

Rigging 

Z Spars deck stepped mast with inmast fuling for the mainsail

Pro furl roller reefing system for the headsail.

 

 

Winche  2 LEWMAR 30 on coachroof and 2  LEWMAR 48  primary sheet winches all 4 are self-tailing.

 

Additional equipment

4x2kg fire extinguishers

1Delta anchor stowed on the bow 

Lofrans 1000W windlass

Fenders and warps included

8 person  liferaft in canister

Lifejackets

 Radio System: VHF with cockpit extension. 

 Raymarine autopilot 

Cockpit cushions x6

 

Oceanis 411

€70,000.00 Regular Price
€65,000.00Sale Price
  • The Oceanis 400 was designed by Groupe Finot – which has an impressive racing heritage – as a high-volume cruiser that would nevertheless have good handling characteristics. It’s one of the second generation of the Oceanis range, which had already become firmly established as a favourite among private boat owners and charter operators who wanted a supremely spacious boat that didn’t cost a fortune.

     

    BELOW DECKS


    At the time the accommodation set new standards for boats of this size, including a giant galley with huge fridge and massive amounts of worktop area that occupied the entire port side of the saloon. Opposite this was a large dining table surrounded by settees with seating for up to eight crew. There are two very generously sized quarter cabins aft, with good stowage, ample clearance above the double berths and plenty of natural light. There’s also a heads/shower compartment near the companionway, plus a proper chart table on the opposite side of the boat.

    However it's the en suite master cabin forward that really sets this boat apart from its contemporaries. This takes up the entire forward section of the boat, with an almost rectangular (rather than triangular) bed, lots of room to move around, class leading stowage, a generously proportioned en suite right forward and even a small sofa. In some ways this is a more attractive arrangement than the typical owner's aft cabin of centre cockpit yachts, as effective ventilation in hot weather tends to be much easier to arrange in the forward part of the boat. Arguably the biggest downside is the lack of an island bed that can be accessed from both sides.

    Numerous layouts were designed and sold but the three-cabin versions made best use of the space