Beneteau Oceanis 40, built in 2008 with a dark blue hull, three cabin version, fitted with teak decks. fully battened main 2014, furling genoa, sprayhood, bimini bowthruster and AIS.The standing rigging was replaced by Ocean Rigging in 2014. Lying in Lymington Yacht Haven and available for viewing seven days a week, by appointment.Inventory
Plastimo steering compass at each helm station
Raymarine ST60+ Wind
Smart Pilot controlled
Raymarine ST60+ tridata
ST60C Graphic display
Raymarine 80 C series
Raymarine 21 8E + Ray 55E
Raymarine VHF radio
Digital Yacht AIS (2013)
Anchor and chain
Manual and automatic bilge pumps
Sony Brava HD TV
Sony CD/ radio
Warps and fenders
Cutlery crockery and utensils
Clock and barometer
Seago liferaft (last serviced April 2013)
Flares (expire 2016)
BENETEAU OCEANIS 40 BUILT IN 2008 IN FRANCE
Designed by Berret Racoupeau, commissioned August 2008
HULL LENGTH 11.87m
AIR DRAFT 17.65m
Blue GRP hull, white superstructure
Teak deck and cockpit
Twin leather covered steering wheelsMachinery
YANMAR 3JH4E 40HP DIESEL ENGINE
Last serviced March 2015
Engine hours on 13 Dec 2015 472.
Sea water cooled through fresh water heat exchanger
Two 140a/h 12v batteries
240v battery charger
Shore power plus cable
One 200l diesel tank
Two 200l water tanks
Hot and cold pressurised water throughout
Water heated by engine calorifier and immersion heaterRig
Standing rigging replaced by Ocean Rigging in May 2014
Two slab reefing points
Modified mainsail bag and mast cover
Tidesmarine Mainsail track
Sanders fully battened mainsail (new 2014)
Sanders Genoa with UV strip (new 2014)
Two Harken self tailing genoa winches
Two Harken self tailing halyard winchesAccommodation
SLEEPS SIX IN THREE DOUBLE CABINS
The forecabin has a double island berth with high density foam mattress, and lots of stowage including a hanging locker to port, a shelf around the berth and a sliding drawer under the berth.
Access to the forward head through the forecabin, it consists of a large marine toilet, shower and mixer tap with shower and holder.
The saloon has a 'U' shaped 6-8 seater settee to starboard, around a table, a bar unit and shelf are behind the settee, and a central settee with stowage locker, on a pentograph mechanism for clear passage in front of the galley.
The forward facing chart table is to port with chart stowage and locker beneath navigators seat.
The linear galley is also to port and has twin stainless steel sinks with mixer tap, 2 burner gas hob with oven and grill, top opening 170l icebox with 12v refrigeration unit.
Access to the starboard aft heads is through the saloon and aft starboard cabin, it has a large marine toilet, mixer tap and handbasin.
The aft cabins are symmetrical with a 2m berth, closed shelves along the hull and a hanging locker with two shelves.
The interior has Eberspacher cabin heating, 1.9m headroom and cream leather upholstery.