Beneteau Oceanis 373 Clipper

64,950 Tax Paid | Suffolk United Kingdom
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Summary

  • Make Beneteau
  • Model Oceanis 373 Clipper
  • Year 2004
  • LOA 37ft/11m
  • Class Sailing Cruiser
  • Hull Glass Reinforced Plastic
  • Keel Fin Keel
  • Rig Sloop
  • Engine Single Diesel
  • Drive Shaft Drives
  • Layout Aft Cockpit
  • Berths 6
  • Cabins 3
  • Aft Cabins 2
  • Ancasta Ref 25119
  • Name Hannah

Overview

Beneteau Oceanis Clipper 373 built in 2004. This well presented and lightly used example provides accommodation for up to eight in three cabins and is well equipped with radar / plotter, heating, holding tank, life raft, cruising chute & more. This boat underwent a large refit in 2020 including new nav, batteries, stereos, standing rigging and more.

Located on the East coast of the UK. Viewings by appointment only, contact Ancasta Lymington for further details.

Build

BENETEAU OCEANIS 373 BUILT IN 2004
Cruising yacht designed by Berret / Racoupeau and built by Chantiers Beneteau in France.

CONSTRUCTION
White GRP hull, deck and superstructure
Teak laid cockpit seat and bathing platform
Teak handrails on coachroof
Leather trimmed pivoting steering wheel - Beneteau patented system which saves space in the cockpit and allows easy movement on and off the stern
Rudder removed and all bearings replaced (2020)

LOA: 11.25m 36'11"
LWL: 11.00m 36'01"
BEAM: 3.75m 12'04"
DISPLACEMENT: 6,600kg 14,550lbs
DRAFT: 1.74m 6'0"
AIR DRAFT: 15.5m 50'9"

Rig

SLOOP RIGGED
Deck stepped 9/10th fractional aluminium mast with twin aft-swept spreaders
Spars by Sparcraft
Single line slab reefing to main (3rd reef added to main)
Lazy Jacks and stackpack
Profurl furling genoa
Rigid boom vang
Mast stepped and all standing rigging renewed in 2020

SAILS
New Genoa 2011 tri radial in hydra net dyneema by Suffolk Sails
New main 2012 hydra net fully battened with sailman luff/ rutgerson slides by Suffolk Sails
Mainsail by Elvstrom - 2004
Genoa by Elvstrom - 2004 (New UV strip 2009)
Asymetric crusing chute by Crusader Sails - 2004 (blue/yellow and white tri radial)
Stack pack mainsail cover

WINCHES
Two twin speed self tailing Harken genoa winches
Two twin speed self tailing Harken halyard winches

Accommodation

SLEEPS SIX IN THREE SPACIOUS DOUBLE CABINS
Two double aft cabins with storage
One double forward cabin with hanging locker & storage
Two single berths in saloon
Heads compartment with marine WC, handbasin and shower

GALLEY
Two burner gas stove with oven
12v fridge
Double stainless steel sink

SALOON
Seating to port & starboard (can be used as 2 single berths)
Centreline table with drop down leaves
Blue upholstery
Cherry wood interior joinery
Eberspacher cabin heating with four outlets

Machinery

VOLVO 3 CYLINDER MD2030 29HP DIESEL ENGINE
Sea water cooled
Shaft drive to Bruntons Varifold propeller
Approx cruising speed 6 knots
Approx max speed 7 knots

ELECTRICS
Two switched 12v batteries
Charged by engine alternator and 240v battery charger
Shore power and shore power cable
Automatic split charge device to engine charging system (2020)
New domestic battery gel 250AH (2020)

TANKAGE
One plastic fuel tank -115 litres
Two plastic water tanks - totalling 360 litres
One plastic holding tank (2009)

WATER SYSTEM
Pressurised hot and cold water system to galley and heads
Water heated by calorifier and immersion

Inventory

NAVIGATION AIDS
Raymarine Axiom Pro 12S (2020)
Raymarine p70 pilot display (2020)
Raymarine i70s data display (2020)
AIS700 AIS transponder (2020)
Quantum2 doppler radar (2020)
Icom M506GE VHF with second station to cockpit (2020)
Fusion stereo with cockpit speakers (2020)
Raymarine autopilot
Radar reflector

GROUND TACKLE
Anchor with chain and warp
Lewmar electric windlass

GENERAL EQUIPMENT
Boarding ladder
One electric and one manual bilge pumps
Warps and fenders
Boat hook
Navigation lights
Guardwires, pushpit and pulpit
Sprayhood
Cutlery, crockery and utensils
Clock and Barometer
CD Player and radio
Flag halyards
Cockpit speakers
Engine spares
Inflatable dinghy

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