Designed by Group Finot and built by Chantiers Beneteau in 2000.
“Troubador” is a tiller steered example of the popular Beneteau Oceanis 311, a well proven 31ft aft cockpit cruising design with a moderate draft fin keel, an easily handled rig operated from the cockpit and accommodation for up to 6. Sold by us new and to her subsequent owners she has been regularly updated and is offered in very clean/tidy condition.
SSR Registered, VAT paid.
White GRP hull. Cast iron fin keel. Spade rudder with tiller steering and tiller extension.
White GRP deck, superstructure and self-draining aft cockpit. Moulded non-slip surfaces. Teak laid cockpit seats. Forward anchor locker. Large cockpit locker with built in shelf. Sugar scoop stern with opening gate and removable helmsman’s seat for access. Internal GRP structural moulding. Cherry joinery throughout.
Volvo 2020 18hp freshwater cooled 3-cylinder diesel engine with heat exchanger and wet exhaust. Flexible mounts. Electric start. Reversing reduction gearbox with skeg supported shaft driven. Brunton two bladed folding propeller (new 2015) Single lever controls. Ignition panel at chart table with rev counter, fuel gauge and hour meter showing 650hrs (200 in last 8 years). Serviced annually by engineer owner.
Prop’ shaft, cutlass bearing and Volvo stern gland replaced 2016.
Fuel: 70 litres
Freshwater: 200 litres
Hotwater tank: 25 litres – heated by engine & 240v immersion
12 volt system - 2 x 70Ah Alpha batteries (new 2011) charged by engine alternator or battery charger. 12v lighting throughout with standard navigation lights. Main distribution board with circuit breakers and battery state indicator.
240 volt system - 2 x European outlets, marine battery charger and immersion heater in calorifier.
Sparcraft silver alloy deck stepped single spreader mast – new 2015
Single line slab reefing boom and spinnaker pole.
Stainless steel wire standing rigging – new 2015.
Furlex furling headsail system – new 2012. Rod kicker.
Terylene running rigging with all controls led aft through Spinlock clutches. Spinnaker running gear.
2 x Lewmar 30 self-tailing Genoa winches
Lewmar 16 & Harken 16 self-tailing halyard winches
6 berths in 3 cabins.
Cherry internal joinery
Vanessa Amande upholstery & matching curtains. Roller blinds to hatches.
Hot & cold pressurised water to galley & heads, cold to cockpit shower.
Water heated from engine or 240v immersion heater.
Calorifier tank – new 2014
Fabric upholstery throughout with matching curtains.
JVC stereo radio (CD player intermittent)
2 x opening deck hatches
5 x opening ports
Forward cabin with double vee berth and infill.
Saloon with settees berths to port & starboard (port converts to double). Large dining table with folding leaves.
Chart table at aft end of starboard saloon seat, aft facing.
Beneteau crockery and cutlery
Heads Large GRP compartmentaft to starboard with Jabsco sea toilet, hand basin, hot and cold shower with drain and wet hanging area.
Galley aft to port with stainless steel sink, ENO 2 burner gimballed gas cooker with oven, 60 litre cool box with 12v refrigeration unit.
Aft cabin to port with large double berth, hanging locker and portlights to cockpit and transom.
S/spulpit, pushpit, stanchions and guardwires with stern gate.
Single roller alloy stemhead fitting, Brittany anchor chain & warp.
Draining chain locker.
Bow & stern mooring cleats.
Blue folding sprayhood – 2008 with grabhandle
Blue cockpit dodgers with name on
Teak coachroof grabhandles
Spacious cockpit with large cave locker and draining gas locker
Lowering stern seat with access to transom bathing platform.
Folding bathing ladder & cold water shower.
Mooring warps & fenders. Boathook, winch handle pocket.
Manual bilge pump. Electric bilge pump. Webbing Jackstays. Horseshoe lifebuoy. Dan buoy. Fire blanket. Fire extinguishers on board are out of date. Flares – new 2016
In this instance Fox’s Yacht Sales are acting as brokers for the vendor. The vendor has provided the information enclosed and whilst we endeavour to ensure the accuracy, the details are believed to be correct but are not guaranteed. Any prospective purchaser is advised to check the boat specification thoroughly and to employ at their expense a qualified marine surveyor and/or engineer to check the specification and condition of this craft and its equipment.