A Jean Berret design with two staterooms and a nice head/shower. The current owners purchased the boat in 2007 and spent six months each year sailing round Caribbean islands. The original engine was replaced with a new Yanmar engine 3Y30M in Trinidad gaining two knots of power. The engine driven refrigerator was replace with a 12 volt. Two solar panels with Solara controller and 6 (6 volts) batteries were installed. Six new installed 2016. LED lights throughout. 9'6" Navigo Dingy with 2016 Tohatsu 5hp engine.
Cruising? Racing? You don't have to choose between the two with this fast boat!
Contact - Chris Rundlett The Multihull Company - Grenada Secret Harbor, Grenada Phone: 473-457-3245 Cell Phone: 206-792-9787 Fax: 215-508-2706 E-Mail: Chris@multihullcompany.com
Please contact Chris Rundlett at Mobile: 473-457-3245
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Designer: Jean Berret
Hull Shape: Monohull
Beam: 12 ft 6 in
LWL: 31 ft 1 in
Maximum Draft: 5 ft 0 in
Displacement: 12000 lbs
Ballast: 3740 lbs
Headroom: 6 ft 3 in
Dry Weight: 12000 lbs
Fresh Water Tanks: (106 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: (24 Gallons)
Number of single berths: 6
Manufacturer Provided Description
The Beneteau Oceanis series combines the latest in design technology, and hundreds of hours of engineering which results in yachts that can set sail for all ports of call around the world with ease. The hull of the Oceanis 351 offers her owner a very maneuverable boat under power and sail. Her taut lines, maximum waterline length and her wide beam ensure excellent stability. The bulb keel with winglets is designed for performance and the highly pronounced forefoot cuts an easy passage through the waves. The deck is free of all lines through the addition of a false deck cowling which covers the halyards and maneuvering lines. These are brought back to a battery of stoppers and onto two self-tailing winches either side of the companionway. The main and genoa sheet tracks are mounted on the coachroof thereby leaving the cockpit and side decks completely free. Setting the sail is child's play, with both main and genoa featuring roller furling systems. The Oceanis 351's large salon has an attractive large wooden table, surrounded by a comfortable U-shaped settee. The table can be transformed into a double berth, if needed. The galley fully utilizes the space offered by its location at the maximum beam of the boat. Light and ventilation are ensured via fixed ports, as well as several opening ports, a large opening hatch, and two bright skylights in the coachroof. The Oceanis 351 offers an enormous cockpit, where comfort and safety are enhanced by the teak decking that covers the seating. From a comfortable position at the helm, the skipper is able to see any navigational instruments on the console at a glance. The engine control panel, within easy reach, is protected by a Plexiglas panel. The aft seat is hinged, allowing direct access to the transom and to the big bathing platform. The cockpit shower in the transom is a luxury that will be appreciated by everyone. The Oceanis 351 is a cruising boat that offers not only ease of handling and spacious living, but also great performance.
Claris 351 Specifications - Standard Equipment Construction - Hull: Laminated GREP. hull with internal fiberglass hull liner, reinforced with unidirectional roving - Deck: Balsa sandwich for stiffness plus thermal and acoustic insulation. Deck liner for additional insulation and easy maintenance - Interior wood: Varnished cherry Deck Equipment - Bow pulpit in s-s, with red - green navigation lights - Stern pushpin in s-s with ring buoy and flag staff supports - 20" stanchions with double lifelines and gates (6) - 2 teak handrails on coatroom - Extruded anodized aluminum toe rail - Reinforced anodized cast aluminum stemhead fitting with 2 roller fairleads - 4 roller fairleads amidships and aft - Stern anchor roller - 4 anodized aluminum mooring cleats - Chain locker with windlass support and ring bolt for anchor rode - Manual windlass in chain locker - 2 coatroom mounted genoa sheet tracks with roller bearing cars - Genoa sheet turning blocks with stoppers - Coachroof mounted mainsheet traveler with roller bearing car - 2 cheek blocks with 6 sheaves for lines led to cockpit - 6 spinlock stoppers for halyards, genoa furler lines, mainsail furler and main sheet - 2 coatroom mounted Lewmar 44 STO winches, for halyards and genoa sheets - 2 sail lockers, one full depth, one shallow - 1 molded locker for gas bottle - 1 fixed cockpit table - icebox with 2 leaves - Steering wheel, 42" diameter with console for engine controls and optional electronics - Access via fold down door to stern bathing platform, with locking mechanism in the up position - Recessed swim ladder with teak steps - Cockpit shower on transom - Stern light - Teak slats on cockpit seating - Transom fender Rigging - Anodized aluminum furling mast and boom, 2 sets of spreaders - Rigid boom vang - S-S rigging forestay, forward lower shrouds, aft lower shrouds, upper shrouds, intermediates, twin backstays - Running rigging 1 mainsheet, 2 genoa sheets, 1 mainsail halyard, 1 genoa halyard, traveler cross haul lines, boom vang pennant, furling control line - Genoa furler with drum below deck in anchor locker Sails - Furling mainsail - 140% Furling genoa Accommodations Forward Cabin - Double berth 7' 3"x 5' 11" - Mattress high density foam with removable cover - Hanging locker - 2 halogen reading lights - 1 overhead light - 1 opening hatch 20" X 14" with blind - Storage space beneath berth - 2 opening ports in coatroom 13" x 7" with curtains Salon to Starboard - Salon table with U shaped settee. (Can be transformed into double berth) - Bottle storage behind the back of the settee - Storage space beneath settee - 1 reading light - 1 opening deck hatch 20" x 14" with blind - 1 fixed hatch above the table with curtain - 1 opening port in coatroom 26" x 7-1-2" with curtain - 1 fixed hull porthole - 2 halogen overhead lights Salon to Port - 1 settee seat with storage under - 1 chart table aft facing with storage space outboard - 12 function electrical panel - 1 halogen light - 1 red-white light over chart table - 1 electronics installation panel - 1 x 26" x 7.5" opening port in coatroom Galley to Port - Headroom 6'3" - Twin stainless steel sinks with mixing faucet - Pressurized fresh hot and cold water - Trash can - 3 burner stove with oven, stainless steel safety bar - Icebox 4.5 cubic feet insulated with polyurethane foam - 12 volt electric refrigeration unit - 6 gal. hot water heater - Storage lockers - 1 dust pan in cabin sole - 1 fixed hull port - 1 halogen overhead light - 1 neon light - 1 opening hatch 10.25" x 10.25" with blind - 1 opening port on the coaming 15" x 7.5" Head - Headroom 6'1" - Head compartment molded in one piece for easy cleaning - Wash basin with faucet for pressurized hot and cold water - Shower - Stowage lockers - Mirror - USCG approved marine head with holding tank - Open molded wet locker - Discharge of used water via 12V electrical sump - pump - 1 opening hatch 15" x 7.5" with blind - 1 neon light Companionway - Headroom 6'3" - Removable steps for access to engine, fiberglass with non skid covering - 2 wood grab rails - Plexiglas sliding panel - Plexiglas drop boards Aft Cabin - 1 cabin with double berth (6'7" x 6'3") - Mattress 4.75" thick with removable cover - Lockers - Hanging locker - Stowage space - 1 opening hatch 10.25" x 10.25" with blind - 1 opening port on the coaming 15" x 7.5" - 1 fixed hull port - Curtains - 2 reading lights - 1 engine access panel Engine Equipment - 27 hp. 3 cylinder diesel - 24 gal. fuel tank - Engine compartment with eggshell foam insulation - Shaft protected by fiberglass molded skeg - 3 bladed fixed prop 16 x 12 RH - Exterior engine panel on console protected by Plexiglas - Hour meter - Fuel gauge Miscellaneous Equipment - 1 manual bilge pump - 1 electrical bilge pump - 2 water tanks (2 x 50 gal.) built into hull liner - 1 propane bottle - Teak flagstaff - Owner's manual Electrical - 1 x 70 amp group 24 battery - 1 x 135 amp 4D battery - 110V shore power system with 4 outlets - Battery charger 20 amp Keel - Lead bulb keel with winglets
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.