Sailing BoatsCruisersBeneteauOceanis 331
2001 Beneteau Oceanis 331 £44,995
This Beneteau Oceanis 331 with a lifting keel, wheel steering, twin rudders and bowthruster has spacious accommodation and a good inventory including full cockpit enclosure, Chartplotter, AIS, hot water, anchor windlass and heating. The standing rigging replaced in 2012. She has been well maintained and updated by the current owner who has owned the boat for the past 3 years. 7 berths in three cabins. This Beneteau 331 lift keel is competitively priced. Viewing by appointment through our Kent Office - Click here to reveal phone number -
This is a great opportunity to buy a well-equipped yacht in good condition that is ideal for the South Coast with its lifting winged keel. This yacht has been sailed along the South and East Coast, across to Holland and Zealand and up to and in the Keel Canal and up to Denmark and Sweden as far as Stockholm. She would make a great family cruiser. Owner is open to reasonable offers.
The Beneteau Oceanis 331 offers 6 berths in 3 cabins with approx. 6'3" max. headroom. There is a double berth forward with hanging locker to port. A saloon with 2 settee berths and drop leaf saloon table. The starboard settee converts to a double berth. Two fixed hull ports. TV Ariel and TV fitted 2016. It has an Aft facing chart table to port with storage space for books etc. It has a separate heads compartment starboard with Jabsco marine toilet (new pump 2019), 80 litre holding tank (new 2014) and wash basin. The U Shaped Galley is to port with Nelson two-burner gas cooker with oven and grill new 2016, stainless steel sink, 60 litre GRP ice box with 12v refrigeration unit. The large aft cabin is to Starboard and has a large double berth with hanging locker. Green and cream upholstery. Curtains in saloon. Pressurised hot and cold water system, heated by immersion heater and via calorifer off the engine. 296 litre Plastic water tank. It has a 2KW Eberspacher diesel fired cabin heating system with two outlets. JVC Stereo system.
Sails and Spars
Fractional rigged sloop with single spreader rig. Deck stepped anodised Sparcraft aluminium mast and boom. Sparcraft Spinnaker pole. Stainless steel standing rigging (new 2012). Terylene running rigging replaced since 2013. Single line slab reefing mainsail with Lazyjacks and lazybag with lines led aft to cockpit. Sprung rod kicker. Facnor roller furling system. All lines led aft to Spinlock clutches in the cockpit. Winches: 2 x Lewmar self-tailing Sheet winches 2 x Lewmar self-tailing Halyard winches Sails: 1 x Mainsail, Dacron, Wilkinsons, 2016 valeted 2018 1 x Furling Genoa, Dacron, 2008 condition good – new UV strip 2013, valeted 2020 1 x Cruising Chute, 2006, with snuffer and launch bag, condition good
Located behind the companionway steps is a 2000 Volvo MD2030 three cylinder 29HP Diesel engine. Electric start. Freshwater cooled. Shaft drive to a 3 blade feathering bronze Volvo propeller with rope cutter. Single lever control. 75 litre plastic fuel tank giving an approximate 250 mile range at 6 knot cruising speed. Maximum speed 7 knots. Engine last service April 2019. Cutlass bearing last changed 2017.
Five 80AH 12v batteries (3 x domestic 1 x engine + 1 x Bowthruster ) Smart charging from engine alternator and 20amp battery charger (new 2009) via 240V shorepower supply. 50Watt Solar Panel 2017
1 x Anchor, Delta 10Kg with 50m of chain and warp Anchor windlass, electric new 2014 Stainless steel pulpit, pushpit and stanchions Mainsail cover - Green Sprayhood – Green Cockpit Dodgers with name on Swim ladder, folding– stainless steel 4 x Mooring warps 7 x Fenders Full cockpit enclosure - Green Dinghy - Waveco 204
VHF ICOM M605 DSC VHF Radio with AIS and cockpit command mic (2015) Echo Sounder – B&G Quad Log/Speed – B&G Quad Windspeed - B&G Compass – Plastimo Autopilot – Raymarine Evo Wheel pilot (2015) Garmin Chartplotter (2013) Radio/Cd Player JVC (2002) Tide Clock Navigation lights deck level Masthead Tri and anchor lights
2 x Fire Extinguishers 1 x Gas Alarm 1 x CO Detector 1 x Fire Blanket 2 x Jackstays 1 x Deck Light 1 x Radar Reflector 1 x Lifebuoy 1 x Bilge pump manual 1 x Bilge pump electric Emergency Tiller
Beneteau Oceanis 331 Clipper built by Beneteau to a Finot Design in 2001. White GRP hull and decks with moulded-in non-slip surfaces. Cast iron fixed ballast fin keel with winglets and lifting centre plate. Steering wheel to twin rudders. Anodised aluminium toe rail. Stainless steel pulpit, pushpits and stanchions. Walk through transom with sugar scoop bathing platform. Teak laid cockpit seats. Emergency Tiller. Last out of the water April 2019 when she was antifouled, anodes changed and hull polished. 2013 and 2016 survey reports available upon request.
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