Beneteau Oceanis 42cc

109,000 Tax Paid | MENORCA Spain
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Summary

  • Make Beneteau Oceanis
  • Model 42cc
  • Year 2004
  • LOA 42ft/13m
  • Class Sailing Cruiser
  • Hull Glass Reinforced Plastic
  • Keel Fin Keel
  • Rig Sloop
  • Engine Single Diesel
  • Drive Shaft Drives
  • Layout Centre Cockpit
  • Berths 5
  • Cabins 2
  • Aft Cabins 1
  • Ancasta Ref 38310
  • Name Kookaburra

Overview

This Beneteau Oceanis 42 CC has been in the same hands almost from new. There are a great number of improvements on-board to make this yacht stand out. Customised, stronger anchor winch, solar paneling, excellent navigation equipment including Radar, almost new aluminium bottomed tender, the list goes on.
She is a very seaworthy boat, performing well in heavy seas and strong winds, as well as lighter winds. She is ready to go having been anti-fouled and serviced recently, and really is a great opportunity to own a very much loved sailing yacht.

Build

Beneteau Oceanis 42CC
Built by Beneteau France in 2003. Launched in spring of 2004

CONSTRUCTION
GRP hull, deck and superstructure
Teak to cockpit and decks

LOA12.74m
BEAM 3.91m
DRAFT 1.74m

Rig

SLOOP RIG
In mast furling mainsail
Furling genoa
Dismountable inner forestay with tensioner
Twin backstays with insulator for SSB radio
Standing rigging replaced 2012

SAILS
Mainsail (Elvstrom 2017)
Genoa (Technique Voile)
Storm jib (Owen)

WINCHES
5 Lewmar winches - 2x48 and 3x40
Various rope clutches
Outboard motor crane

CANVAS
Sprayhood/Bimini with side and rear zip-in / roll-up panels to provide a totally weatherproof cockpit enclosure, replaced in summer with mesh sunscreens. (Schwarzerwolke, 2014)
Padded solar panel canvas protective covers
Liferaft cover
Cockpit cushions
Hatch cover / mosquito nets
Full boat length winter cover

Accommodation

SLEEPS FIVE GUESTS IN TWO CABINS PLUS SALOON
Aft is the owner’s suite which consists of a spacious cabin with a king-size bed and seats either side. There are ample drawers, cupboards, hanging cupboards and lockers to support extended periods aboard and a dressing table with mirror. En-suite is a good sized head with ample storage and a separate shower compartment.
Forward is a guest suite with a double berth to starboard, having two large drawers under, and a hanging cupboard and seat to port. There is an en-suite heads/shower in the bow and this head has a holding tank.
To starboard there is a dining table with bench seats on three sides. The fore and aft bench can be used as a single berth. The existing table can be extended with a central section insert. There is extensive storage below and behind the seats. There is a cupboard for drinks and glasses and a long shelf for books etc. To port is a large chart table with navigational and radio equipment conveniently mounted, a locker under the chart table seat and a shelf for navigational books, manuals etc. outboard of the seat. There is also a good sized hanging locker.
The galley is on the port side in the corridor between the saloon and aft cabin. Although it is spacious the relatively narrow walkway means that it gives extremely good security when being used in a seaway.

Galley equipped with
ENO Gascogne cooker, 2019
Fridge
Microwave oven (built-in)
Electric and ordinary kettles
Reasonable range of pots, pans and general kitchen equipment
Beneteau cutlery and crockery

Machinery

VOLVO D2-55HP
Bowthruster: Volvo QL

ELECTRICS
Solar Panels: 2 x 80w panels, rail-mounted to swing outboard + padded covers to protect in marinas
Alternator: Volvo 115a
Battery charger: Sterling smart charger (Pro Charge D 1240 CED)
Batteries: Domestic 4 x 135 ah, starting 1 x 100ah (domestics can be switched to start engine if necessary). A complete set of new batteries were installed in July 2021.
Battery monitor (Clipper BM1)
Shorepower cable with various connectors, “splitter” and extension cable
Outlets: Various 220/240v and 12v
Hella fans x 4
Electric bilge pumps x 2 (plus manual bilge pump)

WATER SYSTEM
Hot and cold pressurised water throughout
Transom shower
Fresh water filtration system

TANKAGE
Water: 460 litres in 2 tanks
Fuel: 220 litres in 1 tank

Inventory

NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT
Autopilot: Raymarine ST 6002 (hydraulic drive)
Radar: Raymarine RD 418D
AIS: Raymarine AIS 650 Class B Tranceiver interfaced to plotters, with antenna splitter.
2 x Raymarine C90W multi-function display plotters with interfaced radar and AIS
Navionics Gold card chart for whole Mediterranean, 2016
Raymarine ST 60+ Tridata (Speed, Depth, Log)
Raymarine ST 60+ Wind
Raymarine ST 60+ Graphics (multi-function)
Handheld depthsounder, Norcross Hawkeye
Various paper charts incl. Imray bound Islas Baleares portfolio
Various pilot books
Navtex: ICS Nav6 (Note: not used recently but believed functional)
Radio: VHF. Raymarine 55E at chart table with Raymic 218 in cockpit

EXTRA INVENTORY
Zodiac Cadet Aluminium 2.7m RIB and Suzuki 4 HP outboard (with reverse gear) – both 2018 and little used.
Hydraulic drop down stern section to give boarding platform with swim ladder (used at anchor or stern to a low pontoon)
Teak custom passarelle for when berthing stern-to high docks
6 tubular and 2 large round fenders
Numerous warps and other ropes
Magma Gas Barbecue
Hose pipe and extension
Large (custom made) and small varnished cockpit pedestal - mounted tables
Teak book-rack for pilot books etc. by steering wheel.
Two hull mounted Dynaplate antenna insulators + another directly below SSB radio
Teak glass and mug holders in cockpit.
Fitted sheets, duvet etc.
Cockpit cushions
Stainless steel fishing rod holder

SAFETY INVENTORY
Plastimo 4-man canister liferaft
Mcmurdo Fastfind Plus - Personal Locator Beacon
Life ring
Radar reflector on mast

GROUND TACKLE
Delta main anchor with 75m 10mm chain
Fortress kedge/spare anchor
Lofrans Tigres 1200w electric windlass, operated by deck pads, handheld and control switch by steering wheel - new motor installed 2019.



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