Beneteau Oceanis 41

£150,000 (Tax Paid)

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  • Beneteau Oceanis 41 for sale
  • Beneteau Oceanis 41 for sale
  • Beneteau Oceanis 41 for sale
  • Beneteau Oceanis 41 for sale
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  • Beneteau Oceanis 41 for sale
  • Beneteau Oceanis 41 for sale
  • 2014 Beneteau Oceanis 41
Photo of a similar boat. Beneteau Oceanis 41 built in 2014 and available for viewing in Lymington Yacht Haven. Three cabin, six berth boat, plus the saloon. Huge cockpit with two wheels and a full cockpit cover. Inmast furling, bowthruster and all lines led back to the cockpit for ease of short handed sailing. Presents like a new boat and is well worth travelling some distance to view it. Finance options are available on this boat, please contact a member of the Lymington team for further details. Please call ahead on 01590 673212 to make an appointment.

Location: Lymington Yacht Haven
Listing office: Lymington

£150,000 (Tax Paid)

Boat Details

Make: Beneteau
Model: Oceanis 41
Year: 2014
LOA: 41ft/12m
Class: Sailing Cruiser
Hull: Glass Reinforced Plastic
Keel: Fin Keel
Rig: Sloop
Engine: Single Diesel
Layout: Aft Cockpit
Berths: 6
Cabins: 3
Aft Cabins: 2
Ancasta Ref: 30907
Vessel Name: Sea n Stars
BENETEAU OCEANIS 41:
Designed by Finot Coq and built by Beneteau in 2014
White GRP hull and decks
Hull Copper Coated below the water line
Teak sole to cockpit
Twin wheel steering
Hydraulic bathing platform/full width helm seat

LOA: 12.43m (40'9")
LWL: 11.37m (37'4")
Beam: 4.20m (13'9")
Draught: 2.18m (7' 2")
Ballast: 2,300 Kg (5,071 lbs)
Light displacement: 8,777 Kg (19,350 lbs)
SLOOP RIG:
Stainless steel standing rigging
Inner forestay chain plate
In-mast furling system
Furling genoa system
Asymmetric spinnaker gear
Two halyard bags in the cockpit
Adjustable genoa cars from the cockpit

SAILS:
In-mast furling mainsail
Furling genoa

WINCHES:
Harken 900 Unipower self-tailing electric halyard winch on coachroof to port
Harken 40 two speed self-tailing halyard winch on coachroof to starboard
Harken 46 two speed self-tailing genoa winches
SLEEPS UP TO SEVEN IN THREE DOUBLE CABINS PLUS SALOON
Owners cabin forward has a large v-berth double berth with head rests, storage, hanging wardrobes and a dressing table to starboard
Twin guest cabins aft, each with large double berth, storage, hanging wardrobe
Starboard aft guest cabin has en-suite access to large guest heads (also accessed from saloon) which has marine WC with holding tank, handbasin, custom-made hooks for wet weather gear and a dedicated shower compartment
Slatted bunk bases

The spacious saloon has 'U'-shaped seating around the upgraded folding table (can be an occasional double berth) with two sliding seats and navigation table opposite
The navigation area can be configured into three different positions
Cream PVC upholstery (PVC Arredo)

The 'L-shaped' galley to port has double s/s sink with hot and cold mixer tap and seawater/freshwater foot pump, front-opening fridge, 12v top-opening icebox, 220v Sharp microwave, Eno two-burner s/s hob with oven and grill and lots of storage and work surfaces

There are leather-covered s/s handrails throughout saloon and indirect LED lighting
Alpi mahogany interior wood finish
Eberspacher D5 warm air central heating with Maxitherm insulation to the ducts
LED indirect lighting in saloon

Cockpit with twin wheels, large folding GRP and teak folding cockpit table. The full beam helm seat folds down to become a bathing platform using a hydraulic lift system. Hot and cold cockpit shower. Generous cockpit lockers. Large liferaft locker in the transom. Sprayhood and full cockpit cover.
YANMAR 3JH5CE SD 40HP INBOARD DIESEL ENGINE;
Saildrive with three-bladed folding propeller
Morse controls at port helm
Bow thruster
Engine hours 115 on 22/2/17

TANKAGE;
Fuel capacity: 200 L
Water capacity: 570 L
Holding tank: 80 L

WATER SYSTEM;
Hot and cold pressurised water system
Hot and cold transom shower
Seawater/freshwater foot pump at galley

ELECTRICS;
12v heavy duty waterproof socket with LVM high-speed dinghy inflator
12v socket inside
2000w 12v 220v inverter
220v circuit
Shorepower
60Amp battery charger
110amp extra domestic battery
Engine and bow thruster batteries
Heavy duty waterproof 12v socket c/w LVM high speed dinghy inflator
NAVIGATION AIDS:
Two Plastimo compasses
B&G T12 touch screen colour MFD on swivelling pod on cockpit table
B&G 4G broadband radar
Simrad wind vane
B&G Triton pilot computer &T2 linear drive unit
One B&G T41 Triton display at each helm (speed/log/depth)
B&G V12 DSC VHF with handheld remote station
Wifi PC interface at chart table
B&G AIS transponder with VHF antenna splitter
LED Navigation lights and deck flood/steaming light
Aquasignal LED masthead trilight

GROUND TACKLE
Twin stemhead bow roller with stainless steel bobstay
20 Kg Delta anchor, schain and warp
Quick 1000w electric windlass with cockpit control and chain counter

GENERAL EQUIPMENT
Steering wheel covers in black
Black sprayhood with stainless steel grab handles
Full cockpit cover in black canvas
Teak/GRP cockpit table with cover
Fenders and warps
Fusion audio server (iphone/ipod/FM/AM radio) with internal and external speakers
Avtex flatscreen TV in the saloon
Cockpit cushions

SAFETY EQUIPMENT
Fire blanket
Lifebuoy and holder
Jon Buoy rescue sling
Jon Buoy inflatable danbuoy
Gas foghorn and canister set
Throwing line and holder
Ocean safety Coastal Flare Pack (date of expiry unknown)
Automatic fire extinguisher in engine compartment
Three manual fire extinguishers in the cabins
Sea n Stars is a lightly used, smart example of the popular Oceanis 41. This three cabin one heads version is ideal for a couple with children. It is well equipped with state of the art B&G electronics, central heating cockpit cover, inmast furling and a bowthruster.
Finance options are available on this boat, please contact a member of the Lymington team for further details.
Sadly we are selling this lovely boat because we are finding our other commitments prevent us from using it as much as we would like to.