Cruisers 2015 Beneteau Oceanis 38
Off Market since May 11th 2019
To see full description of this boat from the seller click on the Seller Description tab above.
Owner wants her sold and has authorized a major price reduction .
Serenity may be a 2015 but she shows and looks like a new boat. With only 54 hours on the 30HP Yanmar and very little use (the stove has never been used) this vessel is priced to sell and is a great buy. Its like buying a new boat at a used boat price.
Here is a recent review of this vessel:
The flexible nature of the interior and cockpit will appeal to singles, young couples, small families and to those whose children have sailed out of the house. Under sail and power the 38 handled exceptionally well and with a manageable sail plan this boat will have buyers away from the dock and under sail in short order for a day sail or weekend. For those with aspirations of longer distance cruising, I see the Oceanis 38 as an excellent coastal cruising platform that, with the right gear added, will be comfortable to live aboard at anchor, on a mooring or at a dock and will also make for a boat that can complete respectable daily runs.
All in all, it looks as though the Beneteau Oceanis 38 is going to live up to the hype it has been getting, and for good reason. With a design that goes outside the box, well surely be seeing lots of these boats out for day sails, weekends and longer cruises.
The Beneteau Oceanis 38 shares the angular good looks of the rest of the Oceanis line and also breaks new ground in the area of interior design.Like most of Beneteaus recent designs, the Oceanis 38 has aggressive angular lines with a nearly plumb bow and a slightly reverse transom. The low cabintop provides a nice profile while belying the amount of volume and headroom below.
Beam is carried well aft to a wide stern, but the boats twin rudders allow the hull to grip the water regardless of heel angle. A hard chine flowing from well forward all the way aft also helps keep the Oceanis 38 sailing up to five degrees flatter than it otherwise would. For anyone whos had to brace themselves in a gust, that certainly makes a difference.
The hull is molded in polyester, with a hull liner bonded in at the beginning of the assembly process to increase stiffness. The deck is injection molded with a Saerfoam core to increase strength and reduce weight, after which it is secured to the hull with adhesives and screws, and then trimmed with a 1-inch toerail. The keel is cast iron. The rudder stocks are stainless steel.
Two AC units
Twin helm stations
Fold down transom swim platform
In-mast furling main sail
Reachor head sail with furling
Self tacking furling jib
Bimini and dodger
Much more, see full description for more details.
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
LOA: 37 ft 9 in
Beam: 13 ft 1 in
LWL: 35 ft 2 in
Maximum Draft: 5 ft 3 in
Displacement: 14930 lbs
Ballast: 4540 lbs
Bridge Clearance: 55 ft 5 in
Total Power: 30 HP
Engine Brand: Yanmar
Year Built: 2015
Engine Model: 3YM30
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 54
Propeller: Folding propeller
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Engine Power: 30 HP
Fresh Water Tanks: (34 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: (34 Gallons)
Holding Tanks: (21 Gallons)
Number of heads: 1
The 9/10ths fractional rig is supported by double sweptback spreaders and flies 748 square feet of sail split between a 103 percent genoa on a Facnor furler and a traditional mainsail, built by Elvstrom. The deck-stepped Z-Spars mast has been moved aft and is centered over the keel to create a slightly larger foretriangle for more power. Most of the rest of the deck hardware is Harken, including both primary and cabintop winches.
Twin helms open up the middle of the cockpit, and there is good access from the companionway all the way aft, where Beneteaus signature hinged transom drops down into a formidable swim platform that seems to add another dimension to the deck plan. The side decks are wide and easy to maneuver on, and there are good handholds on the cabintop.
Starting at the bow:
Danforth anchor with combination chain and rode
Quick windlass with handheld control
Arch over companionway
Standard mast 9/10 anodized aluminum
Anodized aluminum boom
Stainless steel standard rigging
Rigid boom vang
Self tracking jib furling system
Rigging run back to cockpit
Complete running rigging: main halyard, jib halyard, boom topping lift with cleat on mast, mainsheet, 2 reefing lines, 2 automatic reefing system
Full canvas enclosure with dodger
Large cockpit area with two steering wheel consoles
Cockpit folding table
Transom hot and cold shower
Folding transom swim platform
The two cabin layout is spacious, light and airy with plenty of windows for great views.
Interior features include:
Removable master stateroom partition
5 salon headroom
Two AC systems
Full galley with refrigerator, propane stove with oven (never used) and stainless sink
Large dining table
U seating to port
Chart table with reading light
VHF with remote
Brown oak laminated sole
One head with electric toilet
Separate shower room
Large storage locker
BG combination chartplotter and radar
Compass on each steering console
Bow thruster control on port side steering console
Sails & Rigging
Furling mainsail 323 sq. ft.
Tracking jib 269 sq. ft.
Self- tacking jib hardware
Winches: 1 electric winch, 1 coach roof winch self-tailing
Rigging run back to cockpit
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.
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