A 1999 example of a Beneteau Oceanis 461 Clipper with a Yanmar 4JH3E 56hp diesel - with a 3 double cabin layout with 2 heads. She'll sleep 6 comfortably. Teak side decks. Navigation kit all new with Raymarine in 2005. Various updates since.
This is a 1999 Beneteau built Oceanis 461 Clipper with the 3 double cabins and 2 heads layout. She's a masthead sloop, powered by a Yanmar 4JH3E 56hp diesel.
Teak side decks with large spacious aft cockpit. Various updates have been made including new Raymarine nav gear fitted in 2005 including radar and autopilot. She is currently lying ashore in winter lay-up mode - as she has each year with her current owner since 2007. Dimensions
Length Overall: 14.0m / 45'11"
Length at Waterline: 11.9m / 39'1"
Beam: 2.45m / 13'10"
Draft: 1.75m / 5'8"
Displacement: 9,500 kg / 20,944 lbs Engines
Yanmar 56hp 4JH3E 4 cylinder naturally aspirated and fresh water cooled; with shaft drive to a Brunton 3-bladed feathering prop. Rope cutter.
Engine was re-mounted in 2007
Engine hours are at 2480; averaging at 124 hours per year. Service records available. Tankage
Fuel: 1 x 200 l / 44 gal.
Water: 2 x 225 l / 50 gal. Accommodation
Saloon: large and spacious with the forward facing nav station to starboard with comfortable U-shaped saloon seating and table.
Galley: this is linear and to port as it is on all the 461's; it includes a Neptune 3000 cooker three burner gas hob, oven and grill, microwave, large top-load 12v electric fridge, top-load icebox with two compartments.
Stainless steel double sink with pressurised hot and cold and manual cold water
Cupboard along hull side, laminated work surfaces, plenty of stowage. Cutley ,utensils and crockery. Vacuum cleaner.
Forecabin: This is the master/owners cabin with "island" double berth with underberth drawers, hanging and storage lockers and small sittee to port
En-suite heads compartment with manual Jabsco heads, handbasin, shower, mirror and cupboard.
Twin aft cabins: with good-sized double berths, hanging locker and cupboard space.
The 2nd/day heads is to port aft of the galley and can also be used as ensuite to the port aft cabin.
Complete set of fitted carpets - all renewed in 2015. Blue and whited strip upholstery. Interior joinery is in cherrywood. Solid wooden lining to hull sides. Sails
All by Sanders and include:
Mainsail - fully battened (2015) - slab reefing with 3 reefing points
Storm jib - unused
No2 genoa (belived to be 2003) - unused Rig and gear
Keel-stepped masthead rig with aluminium mast with Harken track and cars
Stainless steel standing rigging all fully serviced in 2017
All lines led aft with halyard bags in cockpit
Two sets of spreaders
Spinnaker gear and pole
Stackpack bag and lazy jacks replaced in 2015
Winches are by Lewmar - 2 x 54's self-tailing for Genoa and 2 x 40's self-tailing halyard winches Electrical
12v/240v - 3 batteries (new 2015) charged by engine alternator and Mastervolt battery charger (new 2018) with remote battery monitor at nav station.
Inverter 2000w by Mastervolt
Shorepower and cable
All cabins have mains sockets
Pressurised hot and cold water with water heated by immersion heater and calorifier (2005)
Electric bilge pump (and manual)
Lofrans 1200w electric windlass
JVC radio cd player with speakers in the saloon and cockpit Navigation kit
Raymarine C120 GPS/radar plotter at chart table with two Nav cards
Raymarine ST60 graphic display at chart table
Raymarine ST60 speed and log
Raymarine ST60 wind speed and direction
Raymarine ST60 depth
Simrad VHF with DSC at nav station plus cockpit speaker
Raymarine ST6001 autopilot with smart controller at nav station
Handheld VHF - SX-Micro 90
Plastimo steering compass mounted on cockpit pedestal - aft of cockpit table - one large cover for all
Clock and barometer
Some charts Inventory
20 kg anchor and chain
Sprayhood - replaced 2015
Boarding ladder on swim platform with good access to cockpit
Outboard bracket in teak
Warps and fenders
Danbuoy, flare pack, life buoys
Life raft ( 6 person) service due 07/2019
Fire blanket and various fire extinguishers Construction
White GRP hull, deck and superstructure
Teak laid decks and cockpit seats
Wheel steering with leather covering
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