Clean 2001 311 Beneteau sloop with a new set of Doyle Sails.(2016) Owned by a very knowledgable and capable sailor that sails her single handed in the local area. Her sails include both a in mast furling main sail, a head sail roller furling and a cruising spinnaker. Powered by an auxiliary 20 hp 20M20F Yanmar diesel with 879 hours. Equipment includes but is not limited to two # 30 Lewmar, self tailing winches, one Lewmar #14 self tailing winch, dual 12volt batteries, Whit & Lock Helm Wheel, Binnacle Compass, Sony Stereo Radio, MP3 CD Player, Navigation Pod with Raymarine C90W, GPS,(needs chip) Raymarine Auto Pilot, Raymarine Depth Finder, Raymarine True Wind indicator, meter which is not working, Standard Horizon VHF, three Rule Bilge Pumps, holding tank, with deck pump out, dual drop leaf salon table, two facing settees with cushions, a refrigerated ice box, single bay ss galley sink, water heater, hot & cold pressure water, spacious and bright airy salon with six foot of headroom and numerous opening window ports, two staterooms, sleeping accomodations for six, Hiller gimballed propane galley stove top and oven, teak & holly sole. (minor water damage) The Cabin boasts beautiful light and dark teak accents and paneling.
This vessel was involved in an incident which caused minor damaged ,which has since been repaired, at the bow stem and stern area. A slightly bent main mast and spreader has also been repaired. It is believed the damage was caused when she broke away from her mooring and tipped over on her side on the beach during a storm when owned previously. Due to this history, the vessel in being priced well below her market value. She has been sailed by her current owner approx 10 times since repaired, in winds upwards to twenty knots, with no further issues. Sale is due to personal issues. Sale is as is where is. Offers are Encouraged.
IJPE : 469.00 sq ft
I : 40.33 ft
J : 11.33 ft
P : 36.58 ft
E : 13.17 ft
Working Sail Area : 469.00 sq ft
Ballast: 3085 lb
Designed by Groupe Finot, the Beneteau 311 is fast and comfortable and has many of the characteristics that one might expect from much larger boats. Her hull and integral molded grid system combine to create an extremely strong and stiff structure. The bulb keel, despite its moderate draft, gives impressive speed and ensures excellent performance under sail. Rigging consists of aluminum spars with in mast furling, head sail furling, and stainless steel wire stays. Her sails include the Main, Jib and the Cruising Spinnaker. The deck layout is simple and efficient. The large cockpit has slatted teak seats with cushions and is completely uncluttered, and the sheet winches are within easy reach of the helm. Standard features include a solid boom vang. Below deck and to port is the galley with gimbaled stove, stainless steel sink with pressurized hot and cold water, and plenty of storage. To port there is a large head with a marine toilet and wash basin, a shower with pressurized hot and cold water, a hanging locker, and plenty of room to store sundries. To starboard is a large navigation table. Electronics can be easily seen from the bulkhead. The symmetrical salon consists of two settees flanking a large drop-leaf table. The 311 has two cabins - forward and aft. The private forward cabin has a large V-berth, a hanging locker, and lots of storage along the side of the hull. The aft cabin is also generous in size with plenty of room for storage. In addition there is a a Whit Lock Steering System Steering Wheel with Nav Pod.