2003 twin aft cabin "Celebration" version of the popular Oceanis 411 with the taller performance rig. Deep aft cockpit and comfortable accommodation for up to 8. Equipment includes: Cabin heating, twin touch screen plotters with radar and AIS, autopilot, inflatable dinghy and outboard engine.
Designed by Groupe Finot & Built by Beneteau. VAT paid, Part 1 British Registered.
Blue GRP hull with large stern bathing platform.
Cast iron external fin keel.
Underwater surfaced Coppercoated in 2010.
Wheel steering with cable link to semi balanced spade rudder.
White GRP deck and superstructure with teak laid side decks.
Deep self-draining aft cockpit with access to large bathing platform.
Laid teak on bathing platform and cockpit seats. Teak capped raised gunwale.
Structural interior GRP moulding with wild cherry internal joinery.
Volvo D2 55HP four cylinder diesel engine flexibly mounted in a sound deadened compartment.
Close circuit cooling with heat exchanger and wet exhaust.
Reversing reduction gearbox with skeg supported shaft drive.
Three bladed Flexifold folding propeller plus Stripper rope cutter.
Single lever controls. Ignition panel with rev' counter, audio and visual alarms. Fuel gauge. Engine extraction fan. Engine hour meter not operating.
Last serviced 2018.
Side Power bow thruster.
Fuel - 150 Litres
Water - 550 Litres in two rigid tanks
Hot water - 25 litres heated by engine and 220v immersion.
Holding tank – 80 litres to aft heads
12 volt system - 3 x 12 volt batteries
1 x 70ah engine battery, 2 x 140ah service batteries, (2015)
Distribution board with circuit breakers and gauges.
12 Volt LED interior lights, navigation lights including bow, stern, steaming, deck/spreader and masthead tri-white lights.
TV aerial and Panasonic T
240v shore power system - Shore cable and socket. RCB, European sockets 240v immersion heater in hot water tank and 20 amp battery charger. Cigar lighter socket at chart table.
An extremely spacious family yacht with a large owner’s cabin forward including an offset double berth and en-suite heads, saloon with a double berth conversion and two double aft cabins and heads compartment to port with a linear galley to port.
- Excellent headroom and ventilation throughout.
- Blue tweed upholstery with grey piping. Curtains.
- Fusion sound system with saloon and cockpit speakers.
- Eberspacher diesel fired cabin heating.
- Pressurised hot and cold water to galley and heads.
- Brass clock and Barometer
- Panasonic TV on main bulkhead
- Panasonic Microwave in port aft cabin.
- 7 x opening deck hatches.
Forecabin with en-suite forward - with large double berth offset to stbd, stowage under, Bultex upgraded mattress with coconut air vent liner under, settee to port, hanging locker and cupboard.
En-suite – GRP compartment with sea toilet, washbasin and shower
Saloon - with C shaped settee to starboard converting to a double berth and bench seat opposite with backrest. Lowering saloon table. Storage lockers and book rack.
Galley – Linear to port with twin stainless steel sinks served with hot and cold pressurised water. Gimballed two burner ENO gas cooker with oven. large Refrigerated top opening cool box, Frigomatic 12v fridge unit.. Beneteau crockery & cutlery. Pots and pans. Electric toaster, compact Hoover, iron & ironing board, and kettle.
Chart table to starboard with table, navigators seat, storage, switch panel and instrumentation.
Aft Heads – to port - GRP moulded compartment with sea toilet piped to holding tank. Washbasina and shower with drain.
Aft cabins – to port and starboard each with double berth, shelving, hanging and storage lockers.
Deck stepped masthead sloop – Taller “Performance” rig.
Sparcraft silver alloy double spreader mast & slab reefing boom.
Single line mainsail reefing.
Mast stowed spinnaker pole.
Removable asymmetric gun mount spinnaker pole
Furlex 300S headsail furling system.
Stainless steel standing rigging. Inspected 2016 at Fox’s Marina
Polyester running rigging inc’ spinnaker halyard with all controls led aft.
10 x cockpit clutches.
Mainsheet track forward of companionway
Adjustable Genoa tracks
Winches - 2 x Lewmar 48CSTO headsail sheet winches on cockpit coamings and 2 x 40CST halyard / reefing winches on aft coachroof.
In cockpit - Plastimo binnacle compass. At chart table – 2nd Raymarine Hybrid touch screen display
- Raymarine Hybrid touch screen display on steering pedestal With GPS, AIS and digital radar scanner
- Raymarine ST60 Tri-data – combined speed and depth
- Raymarine ST60 windspeed/direction
- Raymarine ST6001+ autopilot control with hydraulic drive
- Weems & Plath cockpit clock & inclinometer
At chart table – 2nd Raymarine Hybrid touch screen display
- Icom M601 DSC VHF radio with loud hail and 2nd handset in cockpit
- Standard Horizon hand held VHF radio. Clipper LCD Navtex
- 3 x GPS chart cartridges UK, UK to Spain, Baltic + various paper charts
Stainless steel open pulpit with teak seat/step. Split pushpit.
Stanchions, guardwires, gates to port, stbd and stern.
Double bow roller. Draining anchor locker.
Self stowed stainless steel plough anchor, chain and warp.
Leroy Somer electric anchor windlass
Bow, stern and spring mooring cleats
Teak coachroof grab handles
Stainless steel liferaft holder forward on companionway
Deep aft cockpit with lowering aft seat & access to bathing platform.
Folding bathing ladder.
Central GRP combined steering pedestal and cockpit table
2 x cockpit lockers and 2 x lazarette lockers, draining gas lockers.
Blue folding sprayhood with grab handles
Blue Bimini on s/s frame
Wheel and cockpit table cover, winch covers
Striped blue & white cockpit cushions
3 x boat hooks, bosuns chair, ensign & staff.
Mooring warps & fenders.
Simpson s/s aft davits
Inflatable dinghy with pump and oars
5hp Yamaha outboard engine on pushpit bracket.
In this instance Fox’s Yacht Sales are acting as brokers for the vendor. The vendor has provided the information 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.