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Price: $43,500
Brand: BENETEAU
Type: Sailboat
Year: 2000
Length: 31 ft.
Name: Harmony
Location: Lorain, Ohio

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Broker’s Comments
"Harmony" is a popular example of the Oceanis range of Beneteau cruising sailboats. "Harmony" is a Beneteau Oceanis Clipper 311 with two-staterooms. She has a 4’ 8” draft keel. The Oceanis 311 carries a respectable PHRF-New England handicap of 177 seconds per mile. "Harmony" has an economical 18 HP Yanmar diesel engine with a fixed two-bladed propeller.

"Harmony" has a contemporary exterior and interior that has stood the test of time. She is a good looking boat. The 311 has earned a reputation for being an easy to handle and low maintenance coastal cruiser or club racer. The 311 is at the entry-level end of the Oceanis range. The Oceanis line of sailboats have been the backbone of Beneteau’s rise to become the bestselling sailboat manufacturer in the world.

"Harmony" has been well maintained by a knowledgeable owner. She is clean and shows minimal signs of wear and tear given her age. The interior woodwork and the interior cushions are attractive and are in good condition. She has not been in the charter trade. The engine only has 477 hours.

Forward, the V-berth cabin is large enough for two adults with a wood door to the salon for privacy. The aft cabin has a double berth for two adults. It too offers a wood door.

The salon has a fold-up dining table with seating on two sides. Both salon settees are long enough to sleep on. The salon has standing head room and storage. There is a small navigation table in the salon.

There is adequate space for two couples to go for extended coastal cruises. Using the settees, "Harmony" offers berths for as many as six friends and family.

The galley has a practical L-shaped layout. The galley has a refrigerator, stove, oven, and sink. The head is on the starboard side with a sink and a hand-held shower. "Harmony" has hot and cold pressure water.

"Harmony" has a versatile headsail inventory that is suitable for cruising or racing. The headsail inventory allows the crew to select the appropriate sail for light to heavy winds. The mainsail was new in 2018. She has a newer Harken headsail furler. "Harmony" has the standard classic mast. There are two primary and one secondary self-tailing winches. The cockpit has a steering wheel mounted on a pedestal. The stern has a highly desirable swim or boarding platform. The bimini is dark green. The bimini color matches the mainsail cover and the exterior color accents on the hull and topsides for a subtle but pleasing effect.

"Harmony" is a comfortable and easy to manage sailboat. It is suitable for single-handed or short-handed day sailing, weekending, cruising, or racing. She has spent her life on the Great Lakes in fresh water. She has been stored on the hard every winter. "Harmony" would be at home on the Great Lakes or coastal cruising on the East Coast, the Bahamas, the Gulf of Mexico, or the Caribbean.

Contact RCR Yachts Listing Broker, Mark Corson, for more information or to arrange a viewing. Telephone 713 907 4881. Email: mark@rcryachts.com

Summary
Brand: Beneteau
Model: Oceanis Clipper 311
Type: Sailboat
Year: 2000
Length over all: 32’ 3“
Name: Harmony
Location: Lorain, Ohio

Specifications
General
Designer: Finot/Conq
Boat type: Cruising sailboat, sloop rig
Length overall: 32’ 3”
Hull length: 31’ 3”
Length at the water line: 28’ 8”
Draft: 4’ 8”
Keel type: Sweptback fin with bulb
Air draft: 46’7”
Maximum beam: 10’ 6”
Displacement: 7,716 lbs.
Ballast: 2,425 lbs.
Air draft: 46’7”
CE classification: B6 – C8

Deck
Aluminum stemhead with anchor roller and fairlead
Self-bailing anchor well
Four mooring cleats
Aluminum toe rail
Bow pulpit
Double lifelines
Lifeline gates
Stern pulpit
Removeable access step to teak-trimmed swim platform
Folding stainless steel swim ladder
Self-bailing cockpit
Cockpit storage locker
Teak-trimmed cockpit seats
Stern-rail aft corner seats with drink holder, removeable
Cold water cockpit shower
Pedestal wheel steering with engine controls, compass, instrument pod, folding table

Engine and Drive Train
Yanmar 2GM20FC diesel engine
18 HP
477 engine hours
Primary and secondary fuel filters
18-gal. fuel capacity
Two-blade fixed propeller
Primary and secondary fuel filters

Interior
Forward Cabin
- Double berth 6’6” x 5’0”
- Headroom 5’8”
- Overhead Lewmar opening hatch
- Hanging locker
- Wood door to salon
Aft Cabin
- Double berth 6’4” x 6’6”
- One opening Lewmar portlight in transom with curtain
- Two opening Lewmar portlights with curtains
- Hanging locker
- Wood door to salon
Salon
- Headroom 6’
- Two 6’3” settees
- Dining table
- One Lewmar opening deck hatch on top of coachroof
- Two fixed Lewmar portholes with curtains
- Two opening Lewmar portlights on both sides of salon with curtains
- Opening Lewmar portlight above the Nav station with curtain
- Opening Lewmar portlight above the Galley with curtain
Galley
- Headroom 6’
- Stainless steel sink
- Mixer tap with hot and cold pressure water
- 6 gal. water heater
- Force two-burner LPG stove and oven
Navigation Station
- Chart table
- 12-volt electric panel with nine circuits
- 12-volt outlet (upgrade)
- Five 110-volt outlets throughout interior
- 16 gal. ice box with 12-volt Alder Barbour refrigeration under chart table
Head
- Marine toilet with 13 gal. holding tank
- Washbasin with mixer tap and hot and cold pressure water
- Hand-held shower
- One Lewmar opening portlight
- Mirror mounted on bulkhead

Electronics and Navigation
Raytheon ST40 Bidata with depth and speed
Standard Horizon Eclipse VHF radio with mast-head antenna
Garmin GPS and chart plotter at helm
Sony stereo with CD player and speakers
Raytheon Autohelm self-steering, new belt 2018
Raymarine Tacktick wireless wind instrument
Plastimo compass

Electrical System
Rigging grounding system
12-volt electrical panel with 9 circuits
12-volt outlet at navigation station
Two 12-volt batteries with battery switches
20 amp battery charger
110-volt system with five outlets
110-volt panel with circuit breakers
110-volt shore power inlet on transom
110-volt 30 amp shore power cord

Sails, Rigging, and Canvas
Aluminum deck-stepped classic mast
Dacron Sobstad mainsail, new 1018
Lazy jacks and dark green mainsail cover
Pentax Doyle 155% furling headsail with U/V cover new 2010
Dacron Neil Pryde 110% furling headsail with U/V cover
Nylon Sails East 145% drifter
Harken MK4 Dual Track teardrop foil furler
Whisker pole
Rigid boom vang
Shrouds new 2013
Halyards have been replaced since 2013
Aft-swept spreaders
Adjustable backstay new 2010
Two Genoa sheet tracks with adjustable cars
Two Genoa sheet turning blocks
Lewmar mainsheet traveler on coachroof
Two Lewmar #30 chrome self-tailing 2-speed primary winches on coamings
One Lewmar #16 chrome self-tailing secondary winch on cabin top
Eight Spinlock rope clutches
Two winch handles
Dark green bimini

Hull
Hull constructed of laminated GRP with internal grid
Fiberglass hull liner
Built to CE standards
Monohull
Swept-back fin keel with bulb
Spade rudder
Transom with swim platform
52-gallon fresh water tank
Electric bilge pump
Hand-operated bilge pump in cockpit

Ground Tackle and Docking Equipment
Foredeck anchor locker
Fortress anchor
200’ of 5/8” nylon anchor line
Bow anchor roller
Two bow cleats and two stern cleats with chocks
Dock fenders
Dock lines
Boat hook

Safety Equipment
Six adult life jackets
Hand-held flares
Whistle and ship’s bell
Jim Buoy horseshoe Type IV throwable life preserver mounted on stern rail
Emergency tiller
Fire extinguishers

Miscellaneous
Steel cradle with six pads and reinforced frame


Contact your RCR Broker for more details

Mark Corson - Sales & Brokerage

Cleveland, Ohio

Email: mark@rcryachts.com

Phone: 713-907-4881

Mark Corson started boating at age 8 when his parents bought a boat.  The family joined Grand River Yacht Club.  They spent summers on power and sail boats on Lake Erie.    Mark grew up in Cleveland.  After a BA from Case Western Reserve University and an MBA from University of Cape Town, Mark embarked on a business career.  He rose to management positions with Accenture, Ernst & Young, and Shell.   He worked on six continents.   Mark is a part-time captain for Key Yacht Management.  Besides Lake Erie, he has sailed in the Gulf of Mexico, the Caribbean, and along the US Atlantic coast.  He has fished Lake Erie, Lake Ontario, and other waters.  In 2001 he bought a Catalina and joined Edgewater Yacht Club in Cleveland.  2015 he bought a Beneteau.  Today he is the Edgewater Jib & Main Fleet Captain and is on the Planning Committee.   He races and cruises.   He and his wife Talana have two daughters and four grandsons.  Mark serves those who are interested in buying or selling yachts in the Cleveland and Akron metro areas.