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Crosshaven Boatyard Co Cork Ireland|
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This 1999 Beneteau Oceanis 40 CC has been very well looked after by her one owner from new. Her layout includes large owners cabin aft with en-suite and visitors cabin forward with ensuite. Her inventory includes a 50HP Volvo diesel engine (900hrs.), bow thruster, teak decks, wheel steering, in-mast furling mainsail, furling genoa, electric windlass, sprayhood, cockpit enclosure with fitted cockpit cushions, shore power, chartplotter, radar, autopilot, hot water, fridge, liferaft, dinghy, outboard engine and more! She was used solely as a family cruiser and is in excellent condition. Viewing is recommended.
Designer: Groupe Finot - Armel Briand
Flag of Registry: Ireland
Hull Shape: Monohull
LOA: 12.50 m
Beam: 3.95 m
LWL: 11.20 m
Maximum Draft: 1.68 m
Displacement: 8500 kgs
Ballast: 2404 kgs
Headroom: 1.91 m
Total Power: 50 HP
Engine Brand: Volvo
Year Built: 1999
Engine Model: MD22L
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 900
Propeller: 3 blade propeller
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Cruising Speed: 6 knots
Maximum Speed: 7 knots
Fresh Water Tanks: (500 Liters)
Fuel Tank: (200 Liters)
Manufacturer Provided Description
The Oceanis 40 CC was designed as a long-distance cruising yacht for a couple with the capability of accommodating four or five people in the greatest comfort. Her hull is remarkable for its long waterline, big volumes and efficient wing-bulb keel. As far as her construction is concerned, there are no compromises: the structural inner moulding, glued and laminated to the hull, distributes any stresses from the rigging and keel. This technology combines reliability and strength.
One of the principal advantages of a central cockpit is the incomparable safety derived from the height of the cockpit, which is surrounded on all sides. There is a step off the coaming to make it easier to get to the cockpit seats. The steering wheel is mounted on a pedestal in the middle of the cockpit.
All handling lines are to hand in the cockpit. Her deck is totally logical, simple and efficient, with steps in the transom and swim ladder. Liferaft fixing point on aft coachroof, solid wooden bulwark the full length of the hull, as well as a teak rubbing strake. The numerous opening hatches and Dorade vents are positioned in such a way so as not to impede movement on deck. The chainplates which are positioned right against the coachroof, leave the side decks completely free for easy access to the foredeck for the sunbathing area and the electric windlass.
The interior has a warm atmosphere cherry finish. To starboard, the saloon table and the raised settees ensure a pleasant "sea view" from inside the boat. Opposite to port, is the navigation station. In the forward cabin, your guests have a large double berth, hanging locker, many other lockers and an en suite head compartment. Going aft in the passageway to port, which runs alongside the large engine compartment, the galley has everything you would normally find in the best-equipped kitchens: refrigerator, double stainless steel sink with hot and cold pressurised water, two-burner gimballed stove and many cupboards and drawers. As for the master cabin, all the incomparable advantages of the centre cockpit in terms of comfort and space have been fully exploited: large double berth with access from both sides, vanity-desk with mirror and lockers, large hanging lockers and your own head compartment with WC and separate shower.
Description and Inventory
Hull No. 77
On Deck - Stainless steel stemhead fitting with 2 fairleads - open stainless steel pulpit - Leroy Sommer 1000W electric windlass with up - down control - bulwark surrounding the deck with teak capping - teak decks - 8 anodized aluminum mooring cleats - stainless steel stanchions with guardrails and opening gates - 4 teak handrails on the coachroof - 4 dorade vents - granny bars at the mast - windscreen with sprayhood and full cockpit enclosure - 2 genoa sheet tracks with adjustable cars - Harken mainsheet track with adjustable car - 1 Lewmar 40C ST halyard and maneuvering winch - 4 Spinlock XL double stoppers for halyards and maneuvering lines - 2 Lewmar 48C ST genoa sheet winches - 1 Lewmar 40C ST mainsheet winch
Center Cockpit and aft deck - Hydraulic steering wheel pedestal mounted - Control panel on cockpit seat facade - teak cockpit seats - cockpit locker to starboard - winch handle pocket - 2 side deck lockers (one for gas bottle) - 2 lockers for mooring lines and fenders on transom - fixing points on aft coachroof for liferaft - S-S pushpit, closed by lifelines - emergency tiller. Removable cockpit sole.
Transom with teak slatted skirt - teak slatted step in transom - folding S-S swim ladder with wooden steps - cockpit shower - teak rubbing strake either side of the hull
Spars and Rigging - Sloop rig - keel stepped mast with 2 sets of spreaders angled aft 10 degrees and anodized aluminum boom - spinnaker pole track - Facnor Twin groove genoa furler and - rigid boom vang.
Sails - Furling Dacron mainsail - Furling Dacron genoa with UV protection strip - (Sails are original but are in good condition)
Accommodation - Cherry interior
Forward Visitor's Cabin - 6'3" x 4'7" double berth offset to starboard - seat opposite to port - drawer and lockers beneath berth - hanging locker - 2 opening portholes in coaming with curtains - dressing table with mirror and shelves and opening deck hatch.
Forward Head (forward of forward cabin) - One piece molded compartment for easy maintenance - marine toilet with polyester lid - wash basin with hot and cold mixer tap - shower - mirror, cupboard - electric shower sumo pump - opening deck hatch - access hatch to bow thruster.
Saloon Area raised deck saloon for good visibility - U-Shaped settee with extendable saloon table on alloy base - lockers and cupboards along hull sides - lockers underneath settee - bookcase and bar - hanging locker - clock and barometer
Nav. station to port - with forward facing chart table with stowage - seat - bookshelves - storage lockers and drawers
Galley in Port Gangway - Antium work surface with molded wood fiddle - twin rectangular S-S sinks - chopping board over sink - hot - cold water mixer tap - rubbish bin - foot pump for sea water and fridge discharge via 3 way valve - 3 sliding vegetable baskets - S-S oven with 2 burner gimbaled gas cooker, with grill, oven and S-S protection bar - cutlery drawer - 2 cupboards to port, lockers along the side of hull - top loading 2 compartment fridge, with 12V evaporator - Microwave - Culery - Ware - 3 opening portholes in coaming with curtains
Aft Owner's Cabin - Central double berth 6'7" x 4'11", - 2 symmetrical hanging lockers - stowage space - lockers along side of the hull to port and starboard - lockers - step either side of the berth for easy access - vanity desk with mirror - 2 opening portholes in coaming with curtains - 1 opening porthole in transom with curtain - 1 opening porthole in aft coaming with curtain - opening deck hatch - 2 dorade type vents
Owner's Shower and Head - Compartment molded in one piece easy to clean - marine toilet with polyester lid - S-S wash basin - hot water - mirror - cupboards - lockers - stall shower with electric shower sump pump - 2 opening portholes in coaming and opening deck hatch
Engine Compartment - Engine 50 hp diesel - insulated by lead foam - space for generator - water separator on fuel circuit - stainless steel shaft protected by skeg - 2 - batteries for service with circuit breaker - 1 - engine battery with circuit breaker - 220V 20 AH battery charger - bilge pump - fresh water pump (all easily accessible in the engine bay).
Electrical Circuit - 12V Electrical circuit - 12V 16 function electrical panel with 12V plug - overhead halogen lighting, reading lights and fluorescent tubes - cockpit lighting - navigation lights - masthead light - deck spot - 220V shore power plug - electrical panel 220V - 4 x 220V sockets
Water Circuit - Manual bilge pump - electric bilge pump - 110 gal. fresh water capacity in 2 rigid tanks - valves for tank selection - 11 gal. water heater run off engine and shore power - pressurized fresh water unit with compression tank - 2 electric discharge pumps for showers
Gas Circuit - Box for gas bottles (2 bottles) in side lockers with air vent. Isolation valve in the galley under the sink.
Located at the Chart Table
Furuno RP-110L Chartplotter/radar
Furuno GPS Navigator
JVC Radio/CD Player
Located in the Cockpit
B& G Network QUAD (depth and log)
B& G Network Wind (speed and angle)
Clipper GPS display
B& G Network Pilot
Bow Thruster Contol unit
Engine Control panel
Engine controls easily accessed on the steering pedestal
Registered in Cork
Fire Blanket and Fire Extinguishers
Liferaft in a canister (service due)
Cockpit Cushions with back rests
Cockpit speakers for the Stereo and VHF
Anchor, chain and warp
Mooring lines and fenders
Inflatable Dinghy with slatted floor
Suzuki 2hp outboard engine with an anti-theft lock
Outboard bracket in teak mounted on the pushpit
Some engine spares and tools
12v Vacuum cleaner and hairdryer
220v. Dimplex Cold watcher heater
Flag Code Set
Engine serviced every year
"Clarabelle" has been well looked after by her one owner from new and is in lovely condition for her year. The owner is retiring from sailing hence the sale.
|Vessel type:||Bermudan Sloop|
|Model:||Oceanis 40 CC|
|Length over all:||40'|
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.
Note: Indicated location is approximate general area only.