Beneteau Oceanis 390

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Boat Details

Make: Beneteau Oceanis
Model: 390
Year: 1987
LOA: 38ft/12m
Class: Sailing Cruiser
Hull: Glass Reinforced Plastic
Keel: Fin Keel
Rig: Sloop
Engine: Single Diesel
Berths: 8
Cabins: 3
Aft Cabins: 2
Ancasta Ref: 31431
Vessel Name: Zazu
BENETEAU OCEANIS 390 - Double aft cabin version
Designed by Philippe Briand and built by Chantiers Beneteau in St Hilaire de Riez, France in 1987.
Catergory 2 MCA coded vessel


CONSTRUCTION
GRP hull, deck and superstructure
Hull epoxy treated in 1996
Antifoul removed and inspected 2011
Teak laid cockpit seating, cockpit sole and bathing platform step (teak replaced 2009)
Fin keel (keel bolts repaced 2010)
Wheel steering

LOA 11.65m 38' 2"
LWL 10.15m 33'
BEAM 3.90m 13'
DRAFT 1.42m 4' 6"
Displacement 6500 kg (approximately)
Keel ballast 2450 kg
MASTHEAD SLOOP RIG WITH TWIN SWEPT BACK SPREADERS
Isomat aluminion alloy spars
Stainless steel standing rigging (Forestream and backstream replaced Spring 2016. Forestay furler serviced at the same time)
Babystay
Lewmar adjustable mainsheet track
Lewmar genoa tracks
Goiot genoa furler
All halyard lines led aft to cockpit

WINCHES
2 x Lewmar 46 2-speed primary winches
1 x Lewmar 30ST 2-speed halyard winches
1x Lewmar 30 2-speed haylard winch

SAILS
SKB mainsail (2013)
130% genoa (2013)
SLEEPS 8 IN 3 DOUBLE CABINS PLUS SALOON
Double aft cabin version

Aft heads with marine WC, wash basin and with electric pump out
Forward cabin with double berth, vanity sink
Forward heads with marine WC, wash basin and shower with electric pump out
Saloon 'L' shaped seating, can be used as single berth
Choice of two saloon tables
Galley equipped with Nelson two burner gas hob with oven, 12v fridge, twin stainless steel sinks and salt water foot pump

Webasto hot air cabin heating

Teak interior woodwork
Teak and holly laminate cabin sole
Blue upholstery and curtains
VETUS M3.28 27HP DIESEL ENGINE (2015)
Serviced annually
493.8 hours

Fresh water cooled via raw water inlet and heat exchanger
Shaft drive to three blade fixed propeller


ELECTRICS
1 x 12v 105Ah engine battery
2 x 12v 105Ah service batteries joined in parallel
Batteries charged by engine alternator and automatic battery charger
12v socket at chart table
Shorepower

TANKAGE
1 x stainless steel fuel tank capacity: 132lts
3 x plastic water tanks, total capacity: 340lts

WATER SYSTEM
Hot & cold pressurised water
Water heated by engine calorifired or via 230ac immersion heater
Salt water foot pump in galley
NAVIGATION AIDS
Compass
Raymarine E120 plotter at chart table
Raymarine E80 at helm
Raymarine radar/chart plotter with integrated AIS receiver (2009)
Raymarine ST60 wind (2008)
Raymarine ST60 depth (2008)
Raymarine ST60 speed (2008)
Raymarine ST60 multiscreen display
Standard Horizon VHF

GROUND TACKLE
Goiot manual windlass
35lbs galvanised CQR anchor with 50m 10mm chain

GENERAL EQUIPMENT
New canvas work in 2014
Sprayhood, dodgers, sailbag (all in green)
Boarding gates both sides
Clock and barometer
Electric and manual bilge pumps

SAFETY EQUIPMENT
2 x Horseshoe buoy (1 with light and brogue)
Danbuoy
MOB recovery sling - 30m buoyant heaving line
Flarepack
Fire extinguishers (serviced April 2017)
Fire blanket
Bilge water alarm
Gas alarm
Smoke alarm
Emergency tiller
Zazu was one of the first of the Oceanis range, but her layout and design is up to date with more modern boats. We have owned her since 2009, she has proven herself to be a capable and safe passage maker, very comfortable to live on for extended periods and sails beautifully. We used Zazu for skippered charter and more recently bareboat charter with very positive feedback, as a category 2 coded vessel she’s been continually maintained and updated and she’s produced a decent income and potential for the new owner to continue with this. But the time has come for us to move Zazu on to her next home so we can start our next chapter.