2016 Beneteau Oceanis 45

NOK  2 232 745*
Nr.Trogir, Kroatia
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4-cabin, 2-heads charter model

År:
2016
Lengde:
14m
Motor-/drivstofftype:
En motor / diesel
Standplass:
Nr.Trogir, Kroatia
Skrogmaterial:
Fiberglass/GFK
YW#:
80212-3196214
Aktuell pris:
EUR  236 000 Skatt betalt (NOK  2 232 745) 

Professionally maintained one-owner charter version of this popular Finot-Conq design with 4-cabin, 2-heads interior layout by Nauta Design. 

 

FURTHER BROKER’S COMMENTS:

 

Launched in 2016, MAJKA has been professionally maintained as part of a managed charter fleet based in Croatia. 

 

Her highlights include:-

  • 4-double cabin layout plus spacious saloon and two heads
  • GRP decks (no teak deck maintenance)
  • Deep draft option (2.27m) keel for improved performance and stability
  • Battened mainsail with stackpack and lazyjacks
  • Yanmar 54hp engine with sail drive
  • Max Power Bowthruster
  • Bimini, sprayhood and cockpit cushions
  • B & G electronics package with chart plotter
  • Fusion music system USB/Bluetooth/radio
  • Deck lighting
  • Webasto heating system
  • Electric fans to the saloon
  • Bulkhead mounted Finlux LCD TV/DVD
  • Blinds
  • Filtered water tap in the galley
  • Tender and outboard – Mercury 3.5hp 4-stroke
  • Electrically operated transom swim platform
  • Gates to port and starboard
  • Liferaft

 

Please Note: An alternative purchase scheme is available for this yacht. She can be purchased for a significantly lower selling price provided she remains in her existing charter fleet for three years with 65% of charter income going to the new owner (35% being retained by the charter company). The new owner will have unlimited use of the boat between September and May plus one week usage in May and one week in September. Please contact us for full details of this arrangement.

 

Press Review:

 

The Oceanis 45 is the little sister to the new Oceanis 50 that debuted last year. The themes that made that boat so popular have been refined in the new 45-footer. The mainsheet runs to an arch at the forward end of the cockpit, so the cockpit is not obstructed by the sheet and tackle as you tack or jibe.

The 45 has an attractive cockpit table trimmed in teak, with a pod at its aft end for the chartplotter. Five of us ate comfortably around the table and we could have fit three more in a pinch.

 

The 45 has a nearly full-beam folding transom that works as an aft bench when it is up and as a huge water-sports platform when lowered. It is large enough for swimming and sunning, using SCUBA gear or rigging a sailing dinghy. The ladder is demountable and is designed like a swimming pool ladder so it is really easy to climb.

 

Storage on deck is often an issue in boats with two aft cabins and a full width forward cabin. In the 45, lockers have been included under the cockpit sole aft, under the cockpit seats and in a huge locker forward of the forward cabin. This “garage” is deep and large enough for all of your fenders, docking lines, a couple of spinnakers, and possibly a couple of folding bikes.

 

 

Like the Oceanis 50, the 45 feels like a big boat underfoot and has plenty of space on deck for a big sailing party. But, the boat sails well and is simple and easy to handle for a couple or even a singlehander.

 

BWS THOUGHTS

The new production boats coming in from Europe, where the companies are coming out with new models every year, are evolving quickly. The extremely wide transoms—and now the chines we see in the Oceanis 45 and other production boats—look massive next to a more traditional boat. The high topsides and low cabintops add to the visual mass of the boats, so they again look huge in comparison to traditional designs. Yet, form follows function. The new designs sail flatter and faster and are easier to sail than traditional boats, and the accommodations below are simply vaster and more comfortable.

 

Modern production techniques and economies of scale allow companies like Beneteau to buy materials, gear, spars and engineering at very competitive prices, which allows them to pass along savings to their owners. In our view, the value proposition of the new Oceanis 45 and other boats in this category has never been better. In the Oceanis 45, you really do get a lot of boat and a lot of ocean sailing capability for a very reasonable price.

Article taken from Cruising Compass October 16th 2014 by Andrew Cross

CONSTRUCTION

 

RCD Status:

  • It is our understanding that the yacht conforms with the essential safety requirements of Directive 94/25EC (Recreational Craft Directive) and is categorised A – “Ocean”

 

Hull, Deck & Superstructure Construction:

  • Monolithic hull design in polyester GRP
  • Monolithic structural inner moulding bonded to the hull
  • Injection moulded deck in glass fibre/balsa sandwich, covered with “diamond point” non-slip coating
  • Hull-deck join screwed, bonded and trimmed with 1 bulwark
  • White coloured hull – Grey metal hull graphics

 

Keel & Rudder:

  • Cost iron keel fixed with bolts and stainless backing plates
  • Rudder hung with glass composite stock

 

MACHINERY

 

Engine & gearbox:

  • Yanmar 4JH5E – 54hp diesel engine
  • Yanmar saildrive gearbox
  • Engine control – Control panel in the port cockpit
  • Engine compartment: soundproofing foam – Ventilation: 1 air intake and 1 pressurised air outlet
  • Filters: Sea water – Diesel - Water separator

 

Engine Maintenance:

  • Last serviced 02.04.2018
  • Engine hours: approximately 610 as of February 2018

 

Propulsion & Steering:

  • 3-blade fixed Volvo type propeller 
  • 12vDC bow-thruster
  • 2 Steering wheel consoles: Stainless steel steering wheels with leather covers
  • Metal cable steering transmission system
  • Emergency tiller

 

ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS

 

Voltage systems:

  • 12vDC domestic systems with 220vAC via shore-power

 

Battery Banks:

  • 2x 115Ah Service batteries joined in parallel to supply 230Ah @ 12vDC
  • 110Ah engine start battery (110Ah)
  • 2x 100Ah bow thruster/anchor windlass batteries

 

Charging:

  • 12vDC/220vAC 25Amp Automatic battery charger

 

Alternator:

  • 12vDC 125Ah engine-mounted alternator

 

Other Electrical:

  • 1x Power distributer
  • 12v Electrical panel (fuses, voltmeter, water gauge, fuel gauge, battery warning, fuel warning and water warning)
  • Wire runs for option cables
  • 220vAC shore power supply protected with differential breaker and distribution system.
  • 220vAC sockets throughout interior

 

PLUMBING & GAS SYSTEMS

 

Fresh Water:

  • The hot freshwater circuit is led into a well insulated 40 litre hot water tank, heated by engine or 220v AC immersion heater element
  • Cold fresh water shower at bathing platform
  • Filtered water tap at the galley sink
  • Pressurised electric water pump – Expansion tank – inline filter

 

Bilge Pumps:

  • 1x Electric bilge pump (plus one for the icebox drain)
  • 1x Manual bilge pump

 

TANKAGE

 

Fuel:

  • 200 litres fuel capacity in 1x rotomoulded plastic tank
  • Fill­i­ng of fuel tank is through deck inlet.

 

Fresh Water:

  • 400 litres fresh water capacity in 1x rotomoulded plastic tank
  • Fill­i­ng of water tanks is through 1x deck inlet

 

Holding Tanks:

  • 2x 80 litre rigid blackwater holding tanks – one for each Heads

 

NAVIGATION & COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT

  • B&G GPS colour chart plotter display in cockpit (on portside helm pedestal)
  • B&G GPS colour chart plotter display at the Navigation Station
  • B&G Log
  • B&G Depth and Wind
  • B&G autopilot
  • Steering compass on helm pedestals
  • Hand bearing compass

 

Communications Equipment:

  • B&G VHF radio with DSC
  • B&G Hand held VHF

 

DOMESTIC EQUIPMENT

 

Galley:

  • 2x stainless steel sinks with mixer tap
  • Gas cooker 2 burners - Stainless steel oven on gimbal - Stainless steel protection handrail
  • 1x 85 litre icebox, top opening
  • 1x 130 litre refrigerator (12V), front opening

 

Heads:

  • 2x manual marine heads discharging each discharging to its own tank
  • Hot & cold pressurised water supplies with showers

 

Lighting:

  • Reading lights in saloon and in accommodation cabins
  • Deckhead lighting throughout
  • Removable cockpit light to the cockpit table

 

Entertainment:

  • Fusion music system USB/Bluetooth/radio
  • Interior and cockpit speakers
  • Bulkhead mounted Finlux LCD TV/DVD

 

ACCOMMODATION

 

Summary of Accommodation:

  • Up to nine berths in four double cabins and an occasional single berth in the saloon.
  • Woodwork Alpi Mahogany
  • Parquet type laminated floors
  • Fabric hull linings in saloon and cabins (White)
  • Fabric upholstery
  • Marine mattresses in the cabins

 

Accommodation Layout from Forward:

 

Twin Forward Cabins:

  • Headroom: Approximately 1,89 m / 6’2’’
  • Double berth
  • Escape/ventilation hatch
  • Hanging locker
  • Port hole with blind

 

Saloon:

  • Headroom: 1,97 m / 6’6’’
  • U shaped saloon bench - double density foam
  • Central seating on pantograph
  • Saloon table in 1 piece - Varnished wood top with inlay - Aluminium legs
  • Cupboards - Shelves and stowage along the hull - Storage under bench seats
  • Shelves with stainless steel fiddles
  • 2 Panoramic deck house windows with concertina blinds
  • 2 Hull portholes with curtain
  • 2 Opening portholes on coaming in side windows
  • Opening deck hatch with mosquito blind

 

Chart Table:

  • Positioned to the starboard aft end of the saloon area
  • Configured with the table adjoining the bulkhead to the starboard heads  
  • Table with flap - Moulded wood fiddle
  • Switch panel to starboard hull lining for access to electrical functions
  • Panel for navigation instruments
  • Reading light

 

Galley:

  • Headroom: 2,00 m / 6’7’’
  • Linier shaped galley
  • Compact grey laminated worktop
  • Stainless steel sink 2 rectangular basins - 1 Mixer tap with hot/cold water under pressure
  • Filtered water tap
  • Stainless gas cooker 2 burners - Stainless steel oven on gimbal - Stainless steel protection handrail
  • 1x 85L icebox, top opening
  • 1x 130L refrigerator (12V), front opening
  • Fitted lockers and closed shelving (Shelving, Bin)
  • 1x Opening portlight with curtains in the coachroof side window
  • Storage space along the hull

 

Companionway:

  • Headroom: Approximately 2.00m / 6’7’’
  • Wooden saloon companionway with moulded wood suspended steps with non-slip surface
  • Grab rails to either side of the steps

 

Twin Day Heads/En-suite to the two Aft Cabins:

  • Access from the saloon or the starboard aft cabin
  • Manual flush toilet
  • Washbasin - 1 Hot/cold water mixer tap/retractable shower head
  • Cabinet
  • 2x Mirrors
  • Toilet accessories
  • Cupboard
  • Opening porthole with blind in the coachroof side window

 

Twin Aft Cabins:

  • Each cabin has a double berth
  • Hanging locker
  • Stowage to both sides of the berth
  • 1x hull porthole with curtain
  • 1x cockpit porthole with curtain
  • 1x deck hatch with mosquito blind
  • 1x cockpit window with curtain
  • Access doorway to the en-suite heads

 

DECK EQUIPMENT

 

 

Rig:

  • Standard mast 9/10 anodized aluminium deck stepped, 2 aft-swept spreaders
  • Anodised aluminium boom
  • Discontinuous stainless steel standing rigging
  • 2x Backstays with bottlescrews
  • Rigid boom vang with tackle
  • Genoa furling system with drum on the deck
  • 2x Stand Up blocks for mainsail on fixed composite arch
  • 2x Genoa tracks with piston adjusted traveller cars
  • 2x Genoa sheet turning blocks
  • Rigging run back to cockpit (except boom topping lift)
  • Complete running rigging: Main halyard, genoa halyard with clutch on mast and cleat, Boom topping lift with cleat on mast, Mainsheet, 2 Genoa sheets 2 rapid reefing lines, 1 manual reef
  • 7x Clutches
  • 2x halyard bags

 

Winches:

  • 2x Harken Self-tailing genoa sheet winches (H50.2 STC)
  • 2x Harken Self tailing coachroof winches (H40.2 STC)

 

Sails:

  • Furling Dacron genoa with UV protective strip 
  • Semi-battened Dacron mainsail with low friction sliders

 

General:

  • Open stainless steel forward pulpit
  • 2x Stainless steel pushpits
  • Lifebuoys support bracket
  • Outboard engine bracket
  • Welded ring on pushpit for flag
  • Double guard lines and stainless steel stanchions - Side boarding gate on either side
  • Self-draining cockpit
  • 2x Cockpit locker
  • 2x Lockers in cockpit sole beneath helm's feet
  • Liferaft locker under helm seat, in cockpit bottom (0,80 m x 0,40 m x 0,58 m / 2’7’’ x 1’4’’ x 1’11’’)
  • Gas locker for bottle(s) under the port helm seat
  • Natural solid wood slatted cockpit benches
  • Polyester cockpit table – 2x Leaves - miscellaneous locker – 2x Large storage space – 2x Stainless steel handrails - 12 V socket – removable lamp with shade
  • Cold water cockpit shower hose
  • Fixed composite arch - Integrated lights
  • Hinged PMMA companionway doors - Sliding hatch made of PMMA
  • Fully electrically opening transom, convertible to bathing platform (2,85 m x 0,77 m / 9’4’’ x 2’6’’)
  • Natural solid wood decking on swim platform
  • Stainless steel swim/boarding ladder - solid wood steps – folding
  • Sail locker located at bow - access through deck hatch T60, stainless steel ladder, shelving unit
  • Passarelle

Anchoring & Mooring:

  • 1x 12v – 1,000w vertical electrical windlass - Remote control
  • Main anchor with 50m of chain
  • Self-draining chain locker - Clench bolt - Hatch cover
  • Single roller stainless steel bow fitting with offset roller
  • 6 Aluminium mooring cleats - Stainless steel chafing plate
  • Second anchor with rope.
  • Mooring lines
  • 9x fenders

 

Covers, Cushions & Canvas:

  • Sprayhood with stainless steel frame
  • Bimini top with stainless steel frame  
  • Cockpit cushions
  • Bow sundeck cushion

 

Tender & Outboard:

  • Inflatable dinghy with oars and manual pump
  • Tohatsu 3.5hp outboard engine

 

Safety Equipment:

 

General note on safety equipment: Any safety equipment such as liferafts, Epirbs, fire extinguishers and flares etc. are usually personal to the current owner(s) and if being left on-board as part of the sale of a used vessel may require routine servicing, replacement, or changing to meet a new owner’s specific needs.

 

  • Liferaft
  • Navigation lights
  • Horse shoe lifebuoy
  • Buoy with light
  • Radar reflector




VIEWING ARRANGEMENTS

 

Lying: Nr. Trogir – Croatia

 

Available to view strictly by appointment

 

Office Hours Mon- Fri 0900 – 17.00

Saturday by prior appointment

                                                         

For more information or to arrange a viewing please contact us.

 

Please Note: Due to the varying locations of our yachts, your travel time and the distances that may be involved, we recommend that you only make arrangements to view if you are actively considering purchase.

 

Lead Broker: James McNeil – Grabau International (UK)

Tel: +44 (0)7979 907210 Email: enquiries@grabauinternational.com



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