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Price: $34,500
Brand: BENETEAU
Type: Sailboat
Year: 1989
Length: 35 ft.
Location: Sandusky, OH

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Beneteau Oceanis 350 offers modern styling, reasonable performance and roomy accommodations at a price that is hard to beat in a boat of this size.

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1989 Beneteau Oceanis 350 

Brokers Comments:
The design of the Oceanis 350 is strong and designers have taken bold steps in creating a Euro-style look. Typified by rounded features, near flat sheer lines, molded-in transom steps, smoked plastic windows and high volume interiors. The Beneteau Oceanis 350 was built both in France and at the Beneteau facility in Marion, NC. Construction of the Oceanis 35 utilizes a solid fiberglass composite hull and balsa-cored decks. Plywood replaces balsa as the core material in the area of hardware attachments. The deck and hull are joined in a shoe box fashion and riveted together along the overlap. The seam is then hidden with a rail molding screwed and bolted in place. A considerable amount of the strength and rigidity of the structure is provided by a molded fiberglass composite hull liner that incorporates all floors, frames, stringers and rigging attachment points and is bonded into the hull before the deck is installed. The rig is a standard sloop with slightly swept back double spreaders and a babystay. All in all the Beneteau Oceanis 350 offers modern styling, reasonable performance and roomy accommodations at a price that is hard to beat in a boat of this size.

General Specifications:
Hull Type: Fin w/spade rudder
Rig Type: Masthead Sloop
LOA: 33’ 10”
LWL: 30’
Beam: 11’ 4”
Draft: 4’ 1”
Displacement: 10582 lbs
Ballast: 3968 lbs.
Designer: Phillipe Briand
Builder: Beneteau
Auxiliary Power: Volvo 28 HP Diesel
Water:80 gals.
Fuel: 20 gals.

Accommodations
Forward is a V-berth. There is a hanging locker to starboard and storage to port. Aft is the Salon and has a straight settee to starboard and an L-shaped Settee to-port separated by a centerline Table with folding leaves making a comfortable dining area. Above in the ceiling are the large U-shaped deck windows with black out shades. Aft to-port is the Navigation Station including Electronics and the Electrical panel. Aft of Nav Station to-port is a storage locker followed by the head. Opposite to-starboard is the galley featuring double S/S sinks, large refrigeration and stove-top with oven. Aft of the galley to starboard is the master stateroom. Three opening ports supply plenty of light and air to the large double berth. There are three more opening ports, two overhead hatches and lots of light provided by the salon windows.

Galley
Double S/S sinks
2-burner Optimus propane stove-top with oven
6-gallon water heater
Pressurized and manual fresh water systems
Refrigeration

Electronics
Compass
Depth sounder
West Marine VHF radio
Speed and distance logs
Kenwood Stereo AM/FM-CD player with Bose 151 speakers
Raymarine Dragonfly 5 Chartplotter at helm
Garmin GPSMAPS 215 at navigation table
Raytheon 4000+ Autohelm

Electrical
12V DC and 110V AC systems
Automatic Battery Charger
Shore power cord
(2) Batteries, House & Start with battery parallel switch

Sails & Rigging
Sailtec hydraulic backstay adjuster
Boom vang
S/S wire standing rigging
Roller Furling Jib Heavy #1 Doyle 2010
Spinnaker - reaching .75oz Doyle 2010
Spinnaker - running .75oz Doyle 2010
Asymmetrical Cruising Spinnaker with sock
Mainsail Doyle 2010
Storm Trisail – never used
40-foot aluminum deck-stepped mast
Spinnaker Pole
Lewmar #43 sheet winches self-tailing (2)
Lewmar #16 cabin top winches (2)
Winch handles (3)
Ronstan sheets bags

Deck
CQR anchor
Stern anchor roller
Bow pulpit, rails, lifelines and side stanchions
Fenders (4) and dock lines
Nav Lights
Swim Ladder
Manual windlass
Hot/cold Cockpit Shower
Cockpit Table
Screen hatch board

Engine / Safety Equipment
28hp Volvo Diesel Auxiliary Model 2003
(1) Manual and (1) Automatic bilge pump
Manual CO2 fire extinguishers
Manual marine head w/ 20-gallon holding tank

Additional Items

Winter cover
Flag & staff
Wind scoop

Contact Dave Regnet at RCR Yachts 419-202-0201, dave@rcryachts.com

Disclaimer
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

Dave Regnet - Sales & Brokerage

Sandusky, Ohio

Email: dave@rcryachts.com

Phone: 419-202-0201

Dave Regnet learned to sail when he was 8 at summer camp on Lake Chautaugua. He returned 7 more summers because sailing (and teaching others to sail) became his passion. Dave grew up in Buffalo where he has been active in the Buffalo Harbor Sailing Club since the early 1980s. In 2007, Dave moved to the Dallas/Fort Worth area and became active in the Lake Grapevine Sailing Club. Returning north in 2010, Dave and his wife, Rebecca, joined the St. Marys Boat Club located on Grand Lake St. Marys. He was club champion in 2017. Dave’s retirement from over 30 years in manufacturing, sales management, and plant operations allows him to pursue his passion for boating by adding value to buyers and sailors alike in the Sandusky area of Lake Erie.