BENETEAU OCEANIS 38 - CRUISER VERSION, COMMISSIONED 2015. 3 CABIN LAYOUT WITH LINEAR GALLEY & SINGLE HEADS.
This is a rare opportunity on a hardly used 3 year old Oceanis 38. Give me a call to register your interest.
Rare and special opportunity to purchase a 2015 Oceanis 38 cruiser version with very low hours and mileage. She has a huge inventory including deep keel, 3 double cabins, single heads, diesel heating, Furling code 1, spacious teak cockpit, additional bow roller, drop down bathing platform, and much much more!
Length Overall: 11.5m / 37'7"
Length at Waterline: 10.72m / 35'2"
Beam: 3.99m / 6'8"
Max Draft: 2.08m / 13'
Light Displacement: 6850 kg
Ballast: 1790 kg
Airdraft: 16.55m / 54'4"
Yanmar 3YM30 29hp diesel engine with sail drive. Engine hours 80 approx.
Fixed 3-bladed fixed propeller
Fuel: 130 litres
Water: 330 litres - 2 tanks of 130 l & 200l
Holding: 80 litre holding tank
From the large spacious cockpit with 2 steering wheel and 3 cockpit lockers you descend via well-designed companionway steps to the saloon. Sleeps up to 6 in 3 cabins plus saloon with 1 single extra berth if required.
Forward is the Master cabin with double berth, wood hanging locker, further storage and opening deck hatch. Has wooden slats under mattress. With the forecabin the saloon partition can be removed (see picture) & there is a curtain that can be used if required.
Twin aft cabins with double berths, storage and opening ports. Fitted cupboards in both aft cabins.
Saloon with seating around a table to port, + stool which can be loose or fixed.
Linear galley to starboard incorporating gas oven and 2 burner hob, good-sized 12v 130l fridge with ice box and stainless steel sink with mixer tap. Hot and cold pressurised water.
Shared heads compartment accessed off saloon to starboard with WC, shower and hand basin. Very large hanging locker aft of nav station to port - has 2 hanging rails.
Main Semi fully batten mainsail with sliders. Lazy bag and jacks.
Genoa Furling genoa with UV strip
Furling Code 1 by North Sails - furler is by Selden
Rigging and Spars
Anodised aluminium standard mast with 2 aft-swept spreaders.
Classic rig with single backstay
Discontinuous stainless steel standing rigging.
Rigid boom vang with tackle.
Roller furling genoa with drum on deck
Genoa sheets adjustable from cockpit
2 x genoa tracks with piston adjusted traveller cars
2 x genoa sheet return stainless steel fairleads
All rigging led back to cockpit - except boom topping lift
2 x Harken H35.2 STA manual coachroof winches
2 x Harken H40.2 STA genoa sheet winches
12/220v electrical systems
7 x 220v mains sockets
40 Amp battery charger
Shore power with cable
3 x 80Ah additional service batteries
12v/125Ah engine alternator
1 x 12v socket
Navigation lights and indirect interior lighting LED
Hot water by 25l 220v immersion heater or calorifier
Diesel forced air heating
Fusion Hi-Fi system with interior and exterior speakers
Wired and bracket for TV
B&G T41 graphic display (log, speed, depth, temperature, wind and pilot) at port steering console
Simrad Sonic Hub with Bluetooth
B&G AC42 autopilot with Gyro compass
B&G WiFi Wireless module
B&G Zeus 7” wide screen colour touch display at port cockpit
Fixed B&G V50 VHF radio with AIS receiver at chart table & separate wireless handset
Clock and Barometer
Steering compasses at each wheel
Linen, pillows, duvets
Curtains on forward cabin and saloon ports
Curtains for all-round coachroof windows
Mosquito nets to ports in the saloon
Black-out blind/mosquito nets for deck hatch in forward cabin and saloon
Marine Safe Kitchenware
Full safety equipment including 1st Aid Kit
2 Life rings
3 x fire extinguishers and fire blanket
Manual and electric bilge pumps
Liferaft Seago 6 man in Valise - next service due 10/2018
MOBI Man Overboard warning system with four fobs
Anchor with 50m of chain + warp
Sprayhood in Silver
Full boat cover
Removable cockpit table + cover (can also be used as a coffee table)
Hot and cold cockpit shower
Warps and 6 x fenders
Dinghy engine hoist/davit
3 Axle Launching trailer
High-performing and as open to the sea as it is to life, the Oceanis 38 boasts new space organization options on board. Evolving to match your requirements whenever you want, she offers a new approach to cruising. She has something for everyone, but is also unique!