The Beneteau Oceanis 34 offers a class leading interior with lots of clever design features, ideal for comfortable and family cruising. She offers up to 8 berths, with 3 separate sleeping cabins. Truly a lovely boat that has been well looked after. We don't expect her stick around for too long! Viewing by appointment through our Suffolk Office - - Click here to reveal phone number - Accommodation
The Beneteau Oceanis 34 offers eight berths with three double sleeping cabins separate from the main accommodation and excellent headroom throughout (approx. 6'4" max). She is fitted with the elegance trim level with several upgrades. Upforward is the double V berth, with hanging locker and shelving. Good storage underneath and with a deck opening hatch. Moving into the light and spacious saloon fitted with a comfortable U-shaped settee to port, central table with folding leaves and bottle storage with single settee berth opposite. Two large deck hatches; one opening, fixed side windows and opening portlights provide excellent natural light and ventilation, whilst extra stowage is provided beneath settee berths and in various cupboards and shelves. The L-shaped galley is in the aft of the saloon, equipped with a Eno 2-burner gas cooker with oven, front opening fridge, twin stainless steel sinks, generous work surfaces and good storage in various cupboards, drawers and larder. Opposite the galley to starboard is the aft facing chart table with navigation equipment, electrical control panel, cupboards and chart storage. The large separate heads compartment which is aft of the chart table is fitted with a marine toilet, 80 litre holding tank, shower area, washbasin, mirror and storage. In both aft quarters are spacious double cabins with hanging lockers. Presurrised hot and cold water throughout. Gas system certified in 2017.
Located beneath the companionway, Yanmar 3YM20 21hp 3-cylinder marine diesel engine. Freshwater cooled via heat exchanger. Single lever controls with electric start. Rev counter. Shaftdrive to a fixed 3 bladed propeller. New water pump 2018. The engine was serviced at the beginning of 2019 ready for the season and appears to be in very good condition. New cutlass bearing in December 2018.
Two 12v 110amp hour domestic batteries (2017). One 12v 85 amp hour engine start battery (2017). 240v ring mains with battery charger and inverter. Immersion Heater. Alternator charging also.
Spars and Sails
Fractional rigged bermudan sloop. Deck stepped aluminium mast and boom. Stainless steel standing rigging (2009). Terylene running rigging on a rolling replacement (new reefing lines 2019). Slab reefing mainsail with stackpack and lazyjacks. Headsail furling system. All lines led aft to cockpit. Two Harken 40 self-tailing sheet winches. Two Harken 35 self-tailing halyard winches. Mainsail - One Sails - Dacron - 2017/18 - fully battened - 3 slab reefs Jib - One Sails - Dacron - 2017/18 Spare mainsail - 2009 Spare small Jib - 2000 Large spinnaker - Hood Medium spinnaker Snuffer - Hood
Danforth anchor with approximately 20m chain and 40m warp kedge anchor with chain and warp Quick 1000w electric anchor windlass - operated from foredeck or cockpit Twin anchor rollers Lifeline gates Mainsail cover Sprayhood Cockpit speakers Wheel cover Bathing platform Boarding ladder Various fenders and warps Teak cockpit table
Binnacle mounted Plastimo steering compass Raymarine ST60+ combined speed/depth Raymarine ST60+ windspeed/direction Raymarine ST6002 autopilot B&G V9 chartplotter at pedistal (2019) Raymarine 54E DSC VHF AIS reciever Handheld VHF Navionics electronic charts of North West Europe coasts Various paper charts Navigation lights
Three fire extinguishers Fire blanket Hazetex gas alarm Smoke alarm in each cabin Jackstays Three cockpit harness points spotlight Horseshoe lifebuoy Floating light Danbuoy Emergency tiller Manual bilge pump Electric bilge pump
Beneteau Oceanis 34 built in 2009 by Beneteau to a design by Jean-Marie Finot. White GRP hull with white superstructure and decks with moulded non-slip surfaces. Cast iron fin keel. Wheel steering to spade hung rudder. Aft self-draining cockpit. Last surveyed in 2017 with all recommendations done.
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