Sloop 1993 Beneteau Oceanis 400 listed by United Yacht Sales (Off Market)
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40' Beneteau Oceanis 400 1993
Every once in a while I get to list a boat with the WOW factor and "ENFIN" is one of those boats. The condition of the interior is stunning with beautiful wood tones and matching blue fabrics that bring out the true essence of the Beneteau 40. You will be amazed at her beauty.
"ENFIN" is a French designed cruiser manufactured in the US by Beneteau and outfitted with all the equipment necessary to make sailing safe and enjoyable such as a furling mainsail and genoa deployable from a large cockpit, a swim platform and walk-thru transom, large Bimini, built-in cockpit table and cooler and an electric windlass.
A spacious salon and galley on the main deck is equipped with hot and cold running water at the stainless steel sink, three burner propane stove and oven, a microwave, and new Technautics CoolBlue Marine freezer/refrigeration system. The two cabin two head arrangement offers privacy and convenience with the day head located at the foot of the companionway. A dinette provides space for 6 at meal time and converts to a double berth.
The vessel is equipped with dual air conditioning units, a hot water heater powered by 120V AC or with engine heat when under way, a Newmar 40 Amp PT-40U battery charger/power supply, and a high efficiency 4.5Kw AC generator. New keel bolts were installed in 2017 and all thru-hull fittings were reconditioned or replaced along with attendant hoses.
A recent compound and wax and bottom paint along with annual oil and filter changes makes this well maintained vessel fully ready for the 2020 sailing season.
LOA 39' 10" LWL 34' 11" Beam 12' 10" Mast above water: 52’8" (16.1 m.) plus 30" for VHF antenna, 55'2" Draft 5' 6", 1.7 m Rudder 60 inches, Keel 68 inches (5’ 6”) Ballast 5,300 lbs. Displacement 16,000 lbs. Engine 50 HP Perkins M50, 1,167 hours Fuel Capacity 40 gallons Water Capacity 140 gallons Hull: GRP Sail Area 670 sq. ft.
Forward Owner Cabin:
Varnished teak interior throughout Double berth Lockers alongside the hull (2) Storage drawers under the berth Hanging locker Opening deck hatch with roller blind Opening port light with roller blind Ceiling halogen lights
Forward Head Compartment:
White with water repellant GRP finish Marine head with 15 gallon holding tank Cabinets with mirror Shower with Pressurized Water Shower with pumped drain Molded fiberglass sink Grab-rail and stainless steel towel Holder Opening hatch with roller blind Halogen lights
Double berth Lockers alongside hull side Hanging locker (2) Opening portholes (3) Halogen Lights Engine and shaft seal access Opening hatch and fixed skylight
Aft Head Compartment:
White with water repellent GRP finish Locker with mirror Grab-rail stainless steel towel holder Shower with pumped drain Opening portholes on combing Marine Head with 15 gallon holding tank (2) Halogen lights
High/Low dinette table with aluminum footing and removable fiddles Enclosed lockers alongside hull (2) Settees (6) Opening ports with curtains and screens and integrated blinds Wood grab rail Halogen lights
Large stainless steel sink with faucet Formica countertops with fiddles Tasco (3) burner propane stove top and oven Propane safety system and solenoid Stainless steel safety bar CoolBlue 12-volt freezer and front loading refrigerator, stainless steel Refrigerator is front loading with roll out shelves Rival microwave oven Rollout storage cabinet Dust collection pan in flooring
Raymarine ST60 Nav Data System with speed, log, depth, wind and navigation functions. Four (4) displays mounted in instrument pod at the wheel Autohelm ST4000 wheel drive autopilot Autohelm Seatalk GPS System Standard VHF/ FM (flush-mounted at nav station) Raytheon Raychart 600xx electronic charting system (at nav station) Raytheon R20/21XX 4.5k 24" Dome Radar Alpine TDA-7563 AM/FM Cassette Alpine 10 CD stacker Speakers (2 in main salon) Standard Horizon Eclipse VHF located at helm (Separate antenna from masthead Nav station VHF) Cell Phone antenna repeater, Mast mount
The electrical system was visually inspected for proper installation and operation of all breakers and switches. Battery voltage at rest and with charge appliances on was checked. All components were factory installed.
The engines (including AC generator) installation, mounts and beds, cooling, exhaust, and electrical systems, hoses and control connections were visually inspected for proper installation and observed condition and operation. The transmission and shaft connection along with the bilge ventilation system were also visually inspected; all were in good working order.
Viking 4.5kw AC Diesel Generator 579.1 hours on hour-meter Shore power 220VAC 50A cable NEWMAR 12V, 40AMP CHARGER 115V, Model PT40U (new 2018) 12 volt DC ship's batteries (1) AGM 12 volt engine start battery 100ah, (2) AGM 12 volt house batteries 210ah 70 amp alternator with smart regulator Blue Sea Battery monitor 24-Function electrical panel (AC/DC) (5) GFI 120 V outlets below Cruisair SMX Series Air Conditioning new in 2011 Navigation lights: running, steaming, anchor Reading lights, halogen throughout Red/White light at navigator's station Cockpit table light
Roller furling Main in-mast; US Spar 105% Genoa with UV cover, fully functional Isomat swept-back double spreader rig, deck stepped, anodized aluminum mast and boom Profurl Genoa roller-furling with drum recessed below deck level Standing rigging 1x19 stainless steel wire Internal halyards Boom Vang Topping lift Mainsheet traveler track with car and cross-haul lines All halyards and mainsail control lines lead aft to (2) cabin-top mounted (2) Lewmar 30 CST two speed winches via adjacent (7) Spin Lock stoppers Primaries (2) Lewmar 48 CST two speed winches
The mast has been inspected for damage, corrosion, dents, and straightness. The mast head and the spreader fittings were inspected and the base and step were inspected for general condition, corrosion and soundness. Standing rigging swages were visually inspected for cracking, etc. All rigging connections and fittings were visually inspected. Running rigging was inspected. Winches and sail handling gear were inspected for general condition. The standing rigging is in good condition for the age of the vessel. The mast head VHF antenna and all running lights and wiring were replaced. A new Shakespeare VHF antenna was installed for the cockpit VHF radio.
Deck and Hull
The hull was visually inspected for distortions or unevenness and for any evidence of grounding or other damage or repair. No destructive testing was conducted, no core samples have been taken, a moisture content evaluation was conducted and ultrasonic testing of material thickness was performed. The visual inspection of the hull and deck was conducted in an attempt to identify indications of the underlying condition. Observations and testing of the GRP showed no signs of de-lamination or other problems in the laminate and no osmotic blisters.
The ballast keel was inspected for fairness and tightness to the hull. The hull support structure for the keel was inspected for cracking, movement, and damage. No deficiencies were noted. New Keel bolts were installed in April 2017.
Interior structural elements of the hull were visually inspected where possible (without removal of cabinetry, paneling, etc.) for soundness and security. This includes bulkheads, stringers and tabbing. The hull to deck joints was inspected for soundness and security (where accessible). No problem areas were identified. Additional invasive or other investigations of the hull and deck do not appear warranted.
All through-the-hull fittings and valves were examined for corrosion, operability and suitability. Depth and speed transducers, drains, plugs, and seacocks were inspected. The propeller, shaft, shaft seal, cutlass bearing were inspected in April 2017 and deemed to be in acceptable condition. The seacock for the main engine was removed, cleaned and reinstalled with a new street ell and a new PSS dripless shaft seal was installed in April 2017.
All steering gear components were inspected for visual condition and operated. The Rudder was visually inspected for condition. Rudder supports, bearings and cable were inspected for structural soundness and condition. All were found to be in acceptable condition. The rudder steering cable was tensioned and new forged SS clamps were installed in April 2017.
The cosmetic exterior of the vessel (gel coat, trim, woodwork, etc.) was inspected and found to be in good to condition in 2016. The cosmetic interior of the vessel (cabinetry, upholstery, trim, fixtures etc.) was inspected at the same time and found to be in good condition.
All deck hardware was inspected for condition, mounting security and suitability. This includes mooring gear, bow and grab rails, deck fittings, portholes, hatches, anchoring gear. All were found in acceptable condition. The Bimini, canvas enclosures, screens etc. were inspected for condition. The Bimini was replaced in 2017.
Cockpit equipment and systems were inspected on and operated. The Helm and electronics are in working condition including: navigation lights, navigation electronics, spotlights, and anchor windlass. The fresh water system, (hot and cold) and the wash-down system were tested and are in operable condition.
The marine heads, cabin air conditioning systems, galley stove, microwave, fans, lights, vents, bilge pumps, entertainment systems etc. were inspected and operated. Both marine heads are connected to functional USCG/EPA type III MSD holding tanks. April 2019.
Bottom completely striped and washed resealed with 3 coats of Interlux barrier coat, 1 coat hard paint, 2 coats of Seahawk Plus with Biocide in 2018 Blue Sunrella Bimini with connectors Cockpit cushions 35 lb. CQR plow anchor with 30' 3/8-inch, Grade BBB chain. Multiple high strength shackles, 150-feet of 5/8-inch nylon rode new 4/2018 Vetus 1000 W 12V electric anchor windlass recessed in anchor well Horseshoe lifesaver Aluminum toe rail, slotted Stainless steel stanchions 24" Double vinyl-covered lifelines, upper and lower Double-rail stainless steel bow and stern pulpits (3) Boarding gates, port starboard and stern (2) Genoa sheet turning blocks on coach roof with cars Anodized aluminum stem head fittings with (2) bow anchor rollers, (1) pivoting Aft anchor roller to port (4) 6" Anodized mooring cleats Deck hatches (5) Lewmar with blinds and screens Opening ports (6) Lewmar with blinds and screens Fixed port lights (4) in hull and (2) to cockpit Fiberglass steering station with integral single-level engine throttle control, electronics, stainless steel grab rails, drink and binocular holder, ice-chest, engine gauges and fold down cockpit table (2) Large storage lockers in cockpit Aft swim platform with access door in transom, stainless steel swim ladder Perkins M50 Diesel engine 50 HP with 1,167 hours. The cylinder head was rebuilt and the raw water pump, coolant hoses, coolant, and fuel oil filters were replaced in April 2011. Fuel filters replaced annually through 2019.
MAIN: One (1) Diesel
MANUFACTURER: Perkins Diesel, Model Prima M50 Series / M50 # BA30144U643432W
Bosch Pump 0 460 414 042 R-266-1 264 3H052CE/1/3200
HORSE POWER: 50 horsepower
NUMBER OF CYLINDERS: Four (4) in line with overhead camshaft
INDICATED HOURS: Indicated hours are 1,167
THROTTLE CONTROLS: Pedestal lever shifter operational
EMERGENCY SHUT DOWN: Cockpit engine control panel
ENGINE MOUNTS AND BED: Main engine beds are glass over core longitudinal stringers inboard. Adjustable motor mounts are bolted to the engine frames and are used to adjust the prop shaft alignment as well as secure the engines to the hull stringer structure. Percussion test on the inboard found no visible voids. Wear sighted stringers appear serviceable.
DRIP PANS: Yes.
LUBRICATION: Filter: Engine mounted spin on/off canister type filter.
EXHAUST SYSTEM: The Vetus type exhaust system was serviceable where sighted.
Camshaft Drive belt changed after 907 hours operation
Viking 4.5 Kw AC Diesel Generator 2 Cyl. Kubota Engine
The cylinder head on the propulsion engine was rebuilt in 2011 at 907 hours due to a seeping head gasket. The head was milled, the studs were replaced, a valve job was done, the head gasket and injector washers were renewed and one injector was replaced. The raw water pump was replaced. The pump impeller has been changed annually since; same on AC generator.
Annually, both engines are run using a freshwater source plumbed to the raw water pumps. The Propulsion engine is operated without load. The AC generator is operated under load; no leaks or smoke were observed from either.
This vessel has been hauled during each hurricane season since delivery to North Carolina in 2011. During these periods annual hull cleaning and maintenance was conducted.
2) Rigid poly water tanks,140 gallons 12 gallon water heater, with heat exchanger Jabsco 12-volt electric diaphragm bilge pump with spare, manual Whale emergency bilge pump and 12-volt electric emergency pump with discharge hose
Extra Boating Items Included
Propane Grill, new aluminum propane tank 14 Gallon diesel fuel wheeled tank/dispenser Filtering fuel funnel Fenders and Fender Board, Mooring Lines Spare parts for engine and generator
– Dinghy and Outboard
Engine hours are as of the date of the original listing and are a representation of what the listing broker is told by the owner and/or actual reading of the engine hour meters. The broker cannot guarantee the true hours. It is the responsibility of the purchaser and/or his agent to verify engine hours, warranties implied or otherwise and major overhauls as well as all other representations noted on the listing brochure.
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.