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Price: $109,900
Type: Sailboat
Year: 2012
Length: 34 ft.
Name: La Touraine
Location: Buffalo, NY


In-Mast Main, New Simrad Chartplotter with chart chip, below deck AP, Winter Cover, Deluxe Model Features, Extremely Clean inside and out

Price Reduced

2012 Beneteau Oceanis 34
“La Touraine”

We took this boat in trade for a new Beneteau 41.1 and we were pleasantly surprised by how clean it was…shows amazing care!  We know the history well since RCR sold and commissioned it new in 2012.  First owner kept the boat at the Youngstown YC (Lake Ontario) and current owner kept it at RCR Buffalo (Lake Erie).  Both owners had RCR professionally service and maintain the boat since it came from the factory.  The Simrad electronics are excellent, including a new Simrade Evo 2 chartplotter with upgraded chart chip and masthead wind unit just installed this fall 2018. The below deck autohelm performs very well, much better than a wheel pilot. Comes with a custom steel cradle and fully framed winter cover. 

Currently on the RCR Buffalo sales platform, winterized, engine serviced and ready for a new owner for spring 2019! May be viewed upon appointment.  Priced to sell quickly.

Contact or 860-917-5416.

Deluxe 2012 Model Features:
Remote Control Courtesy lighting
Dish Drainer
Salon Fiddles S/S
Extra Mirrors in Forward Cabin and Head
Leather Covered Handrails
Shower Drain System - Time Delay
Companionway Steps in Wood in Lieu of FRP
Upper Cabinet in Forward Cabin
Cockpit Portlight - Port
Transom Portlight
Extra Group 24 Battery
Aquatic AV Stereo System, AM/FM with iPod Dock
Stereo Speakers in Salon & Cockpit
LED Lighting

Factory Selections:
In-Mast Mainsail Furling                
Standard Draft Keel                                      
Mattresses in Sleeping Cabins                 
Bach Indigo Salon Upholstery Fabric
Propane Stove with Oven
Microwave Oven            
Autopilot Simrad Below Deck Model, Controls from Chartplotter        
Nav Pak G (Simrad Graphic Display Knot, Depth, Water Temp)           
Nav Pak H (Simrad 8” Color Plotter, High Speed GPS, Wind Speed 
& Direction, Navionics Silver Chip)
Geared 3 Blade Flex-O-Fold Propeller                                                
Electric Anchor Windlass         
VHF at Nav Station with SS Masthead Antenna
Anti-Fouling Bottom Paint System with Epoxy Primer
Steel Cradle
Custom Fitted Winter Cover & Frame by CC&C       
Docking Package
Anchor Package
Safety Gear Package      
LOA : 33' 11"
LWL  : 30' 8"
Beam  : 12'
Draft: 5' 9"
Ballast: 3,556 lbs.
Displacement : 12,566 lbs
Engine : 29 hp.
Fuel Capacity : 34 gal.
Water Capacity : 83 gal.
Hull / Designer : Finot-Conq/Nauta Design
Sail Area : 540 sq. ft. Classic Mast
I= 42' 3"
J = 13' 8"
P = 39' 8"
E = 12' 9"  

Hull constructed of hand-laid solid GRP bonded to a structural grid/hull liner of directional fiberglass/GRP for a strong, stiff, light composite. Vinylester hull barrier coat to resist osmotic blistering and zone specific stitchmat laminates for specific increased strength optimization.
Deck constructed of Cored GRP sandwich construction for stiffness, thermal and acoustic insulation and lighter weight. Solid fiberglass reinforcements in high load areas. Integral unidirectional GRP deck beams for added strength. Main bulkheads bonded 360° to the hull and deck for rigid torsional and compression strength.

Deck stepped 9/10 fractionally rigged, classic, anodized aluminum mast
Aft-swept spreaders
Halyard blocks attached to mast step
Roller furling mainsail, inhaul and outhaul line
Stainless steel 1x19 cable (Forestay, capshrouds, intermediates, lower shrouds, twin backstays)
(4) Chainplates for the shrouds
Anodized aluminum boom for roller furling mast w/outhaul car

Running rigging is led to the cockpit;
Running rigging includes:
(1) Mainsail halyard
(1) genoa halyard w/jammer and cleat on mast
(1) boom topping lift with cleat on mast
(1) roller furling mainsail inhaul line
(1) roller furling mainsail outhaul line
(1) mainsheet
(1) rigid boom vang with tackle
(2) genoa sheets
(1) genoa roller furling line led along the toerail to a jammer

Furling genoa with 105% overlap, reinforced with anti-UV protective strip
Roller furling in-mast mainsail w/battens

Lewmar chrome self tailing winches
(2) Genoa sheet winches on coaming (30 cst)
(1) Winch on portside coachroof (30 cst)
(1) Aluminum winch handle
(1) Winch handle pocket in cockpit

Welded stainless steel bow fitting
(6) Aluminum 300mm mooring cleats with stainless steel rubbing strikes
Self-draining anchor locker with cover and catch

Stainless steel open bow rail w/nav light
(2) Stainless steel stern rails
Lifebuoy holder and flag staff
Double vinyl coated lifelines with gates
Solid wood toe rail surrounding deck
(2) Cockpit storage lockers
Solid wood inlaid cockpit seats
Pedestal mounted compass
GRP self-draining cockpit sole
Access to swim platform via hinged seat
Stainless steel swim ladder to starboard
(1) Cockpit shower to starboard

FRP spade rudder with stainless steel stock
Single steering station in aft cockpit:
A 35" diameter pedestal mounted steering wheel
Emergency tiller access point and emergency tiller
Folding cockpit table

Woodwork is cherry stained ALPI
Parquet look laminated soles

Headroom: 5'10 at foot of berth
Double berth: 6'9"x 5'11" with high quality marine mattress
Ample Storage space:
(1) Hanging locker to starboard
(1) Shelf either side of berth
(1) Storage unit under berth (accessed through front of berth)
Storage units under berth (accessed from above)
Openings and lighting:
(1) Opening hatch with curtain
(2) Strip lights and (2) overhead lights

Patented "slideaway" companionway hatch and sliding door
GRP companionway and companionway steps
(1) Stainless steel handrail
(1) Fixed overhead window with curtain
Chart table to starboard faces towards companionway
Chart table with lid and storage space
Molded wood fiddle
(1) Shelf unit under table top
(1) Storage locker under chart table
(1) High shelf
12 Volt electrical panel with 12 Volt socket
(1) Red/white strip light at the chart table
To Port:
U-shaped salon with 4/6-seater settee and cushions
Storage under the seats
Wooden salon table w/folding leaves
(1) Bar storage unit behind settee backrest
(1) Closed shelf along the hull
Openings and lighting:
(2) Overhead lights and (2) strip lights
(1) Large side window to port with curtain
(1) Opening hatch w/curtain
(1) Hull port with curtain

(2) Rectangular stainless steel sinks
(1) Mixer tap with hot and cold pressurized water
(1) Stainless steel gimbaled 2-burner stove and oven with stainless steel protection bar
(1) Front-opening 3.5 cubic foot refrigerator with 2 Volt freezing unit
White laminated countertop
(1) Single door locker containing waste bin under sinks
(4) High closed storage lockers
(1) Top-opening storage locker
(1) Storage locker under the stove
Openings and lighting:
(1) Opening port on coaming in side window
(1) Strip light and (2) overhead lights at galley level

Access through the salon
(1) Shower pan
(1) Large bowl manual marine toilet
21 gal rigid holding tank as standard
Countertop with sink
Hot/cold mixer tap
(2) Closed lockers
(1) Locker under sink with waste bin and paper-holder
(2) Cloth hooks on entrance door
Openings and lighting:
(1) Opening port opening on coaming in side window
(2) Strip lights

Headroom: 6'3 approx
Double berth 5'11"x 6'11" with high quality marine mattress
(1) Hanging locker
Openings and lighting:
(1) Opening port on cockpit side with curtain
(1) Overhead light and (2) strip lights

Fresh water:
Electric water pump with accumulator tank and filter
(2) Rotomolded water tank fixed to the hull liner (34 gal beneath the port aft cabin berth and 42 gal beneath the forward cabin berth)
(1) Stainless steel deck water fillers
(1) Hot & cold water cockpit shower
Electric shower drain pump
(2) Bilge pumps (one manual and one electric)
Self-draining cockpit and side deck drainage
6.6 gal electric water heater

Electrical panel:
(10) 12 Volt switches & (9) fused switches
12V cigarette lighter socket
12 V voltmeter
Water gauge and fuel gauge via central LCD display screen
low battery alarm
(1) 80 Amp service battery (under companionway)
(1) 65 Amp engine battery (aft port cabin)
110 Volt shore power with cable
Alternator coupled to the engine (80 Amp)
12V battery isolator, Rigging grounded to the keel
Lights and sockets:
(8) Reading lights
(7) Halogen overhead lights
Bow and stern navigation lights
Steaming light
Masthead anchor light
Conduits for optional wiring

Yanmar 29 hp engine – fresh water cooled (253 Hours)
Stainless steel shaft with GRP protection molded into the hull
Engine bed integrated in hull liner, soundproofed compartment with insulating foam
Access under companionway steps through an opening held open by by gas struts
(2) Side access hatches in the head compartment and aft cabin
Fixed three-blade propeller
Rotomolded fuel tank (34 gal) with electric gauge, located under the aft starboard berth
Seawater strainer and diesel fuel filter
Engine control panel with built-in key start and electric stop in the cockpit to starboard
Ventilation – opening portholes
(2) Opening deck hatches

Helm Canvas Cover
Upgraded Chart Chip
Flag and Staff
Boat Hook
Anchor, chain, and rode
Required Safety Gear
New joker valve in 2018
New masthead wind unit 2018
New mainsheet 2017

The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

Contact your RCR Broker for more details

Tim Finkle - Sales / Marketing

Youngstown, NY


Phone: 860-917-5416

Tim joined RCR Yachts in February 2014.  He grew up in Youngstown, learning to sail in the Youngstown YC Jr. Sailing program.  After leaving the area to attend Connecticut College and then work in New York City for 8 years, he decided to move home and follow his passion for boating.  He actively races his J/70 “Junior” all over the country and locally as a member of the Youngstown Yacht Club.  He is the co-chair of the CanAm Challenge that hosts a one-design regatta each July at YYC.  Tim is working in all areas of the business, but has focused mostly on Sales, Marketing and various company projects. He works out of the Youngstown and Buffalo offices and lives in Lewiston with his wife Aly and kids Cole & Louise.