Beneteau – Oceanis Clipper 373

Florida, United States
$129,900

Gorgeous interior, well appointed, very light use, low engine hours… sail to the Caribbean tomorrow on this stunning 373 Benneteau.  Serious contenders give us a call and we will arrange a showing.  New interior cushions, loads of extra parts, good electronics, great sails, new dodger, bimini and full cockpit enclosure, beautiful olive green canvas, huge walk-in shower, super clean galley, new aft cabin memory foam mattress… Come for a look and you see this for yourself. Can you buy a cheaper one?  Yes.  Can you buy a cleaner one? No!  Inflatable is three years old.

Basic Boat Info

Make
Beneteau
Year
2008
Condition
Used
Category
Sail
Construction
Fiberglass
Boat Hull ID
BEYN5243H708
Has Hull ID
Yes

Dimensions

Length
36.92 ft
Length Overall
36.92 ft
Waterline Length
32.83 ft
Beam
12.33 ft
Dry Weight
14,616.63 lb
Cabins Count
2

Engines / Speed

Engines
1
Engine #1 Specs:
  • Make : Yanmar
  • Fuel : Diesel
  • Type : Inboard

Tanks

Fuel Tanks
1
Fuel Tank Capacity
33.02 gal
Water Tanks
1
Water Tank Capacity
98.81 gal

Other

Heads Count
1
Boat Class
Cruisers, Sloop

Additional Info

Sail Area


I : 44.72 ft
J : 13.91 ft
P : 41.01 ft
E : 14.44 ft
Working Sail Area : 716.02 sq ft


Manufacturer Provided Description

Designed to combine elegance, performance and spacious accommodation, the Oceanis Clipper 373 has a new two-level deck layout, which gives it sleeker lines and makes moving around and handling easier. An efficient hull, a balanced rig and a standard deep keel designed by Berret-Racoupeau ensure stability at sea and greater tacking capability.


Additional Description
  • Pivoting helm seat allows easy access to bathing platform. (B�n�teau patent).
  • 2 side cockpit lockers fitted with wood shelves (for liferaft stowage).
  • 2 aft cockpit lockers.
  • 1 separate, watertight gas locker.
  • 2 teak-slatted helm benches at each side of cockpit.
  • All cockpit benches are teak-slatted.
  • Stainless steel leather trimmed steering wheel.
  • A steering wheel console takes navigation instruments. (The instruments are an option.)
  • Steering compass on console.
  • Control lever to starboard cockpit coaming.
  • 12V cigarette lighter socket on console.
  • Handrail.
  • Cup holder.
  • Folding varnished wood cockpit table fixed to steering console.
  • Manual bilge pump.

Additional Description
  • The joinery is in fruit-tree coloured wood and the varnished "Hydropont" soles have wood strips.

- FORECABIN -

  • Headroom: 1.98 m.
  • Triangular double berth (2.00 m x 1.45 m x 0.80 m.)
  • One 220 V socket.
  • Openings and lighting:
  • Shelving along the hull.
  • Locker with door to port.
  • Hanging locker to starboard.
  • Plenty of light:
  • T40 opening deck hatch with blind.
  • Two fixed hull ports (one to each side of the hull).
  • Deckhead light with independent switch.
  • Two adjustable reading lights.

- SALOON -

  • A handrail surrounds the saloon for easier movement.
  • Headroom: 2.00 m.
  • Saloon with two lengthwise settees:
  • Port settee: 2.00 m x 0.52 m.
  • Starboard settee: 1.80 m x 0.52 m.
  • Settee backrests are sloping for more comfort.
  • A central inlaid wood table with bottle holder and folding leaves, surrounded by a moulded wood fiddle, is fixed to the mast support pillar.
  • Stowage:
  • Shelved stowage with stainless steel retaining bar.
  • Stowage unit with door along the hull port and starboard.
  • Stowage under port settee.
  • Inner hull lining in plain plywood.
  • Openings and lighting:
  • Two Lewmar T20 opening hatches with blinds.
  • Two Lewmar T4 fixed ports with curtains.
  • Large panoramic window (1.60 m x 0.40 m) at deck level with rigid blinds.
  • Two fixed hull ports (1 on each side).
  • Three halogen deckhead lights with independent switches.
  • Two bright wall lights on bulkhead.

Additional Description
Electrical panel:
  • 12 switch 12 V electrical panel plus 3 x 220 V switches.
  • Cigarette lighter socket.
  • Double protection to electrical panel, differential circuit breaker and bi-polar temperature magneto for 220 V circuit and 12 V magneto temperature circuit breaker.
Supply:
  • The 12 V electrical circuit is supplied by:
  • One 110 Amp service battery.
  • One 70 Amp engine battery.
Resource management indicators:
  • Voltmeter.
  • Battery charge warning light.
Battery charging:
  • Battery charging by engine alternator or 220 V ? 20 Amp shore supply.
Lights:
  • Bow and stern navigation lights.
  • Steaming light (masthead light).
  • Anchor light.

Additional Description
  • Headroom: 1.98 m.
  • A functional space:
  • Laminated work surface with moulded wood fiddle.
  • Stainless steel double sink.
  • Mixer tap with hot and cold pressurised water.
  • Chopping board.
  • Gimballed gas two-burner hob and oven with protective stainless steel safety rail.
  • 110 L foam insulated, top-opening, icebox fitted with refrigeration unit and plastic baskets
  • Two shelf unit (convertible to refrigerated icebox as an option).
  • Seawater foot pump and icebox drainage.
  • 220 V socket.
  • Ample stowage:
  • Stowage with hinged doors under hob.
  • Cutlery drawer.
  • 4 storage shelves with doors along the hull.
  • Unit with 2 shelves (convertible to refrigerator/icebox as option).
  • Stowage under sink.
  • Waste bin under sink.
  • Openings and lighting:
  • Striplight over hob.
  • 2 deckhead lights: 1 over the sink and 1 above hob.
  • T4 opening port with curtains above hob for good ventilation.

Additional Description
  • Engine compartment with foam sound-proofing.
  • Engine control panel with rev counter and alarms to starboard cockpit coaming.
  • Stainless steel propeller shaft with GRP protection moulded into the hull.
  • Fixed three-blade propeller.
  • Engine mounting built into the inner mould.
  • Rotomoulded 125 L diesel tank aft, fitted with electronic gauge.
  • Saltwater and diesel filters with sediment reservoirs.

Additional Description
  • The hull is single-skinned GRP construction.
  • Reinforced points (keel, rudder, chain plates, hull-deck joint) help to strengthen the structure.
  • A structural inner moulding is bonded and laminated to the hull. Its structural role is important as it takes and absorbs the stresses at pressure points (shroud chainplate tie rods, keel, rudder, etc.), and spreads any loads guaranteeing reduced strain on the hull.
  • The surface material of the inner moulding makes cleaning easier and provides a better finish.
  • The standard hull is white in colour with blue and silver livery. Steel blue is available as an option.

Additional Description
  • The deck is sandwich construction (glass fibre and balsa) for an optimal strength/weight ratio and excellent thermal and sound insulation.
  • A ?diamond point? non-slip surface increases safety over all areas of movement on deck.

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