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Price: $57,900
Brand: BENETEAU Sailboats
Type: Sailboat
Year: 2002
Length: 36 ft.
Location: Port Clinton, OH
Name: Papa



The 361 was a very popular and successful model in the Beneteau line, and is still recognized as an accommodating and very good handling boat.  Finished with rich cherry stained mahogany, Beneteau's signature joinery work makes the interior warm and inviting.  The 361 will take you to your destination, whether harbor hopping or across the lake, safely and comfortably.  It will accommodate a couple or a family with sleeping for up to 7 with three private sleeping cabins, a large galley, convertible dinette, and a head with shower.  On deck, the large cockpit has room for the crew and is perfect for dockside relaxing after a day's sail.  Call today for an appointment to see this boat!



LOA: 36'5"

LWL: 35'5"

Beam: 12'6"

Displacement: 12,790 lbs

Draft: 5'0"

Ballast: 4,156 lbs



Engine: Westerbeke Diesel

Engine HP: 27

Engine Model: 30B3

Hours: 1075



Fuel: 20 gal.

Water: 92 gal.

Holding: 12 gal.



Hand-laid solid GRP hull with solid fiberglass/GRP structural hull liner. The hull is laid up with a vinyl ester barrier coat to resist osmotic blistering, followed by a zone-specific stitchmat laminate schedule to meet the specific strength requirements of each different section of the hull. The hull liner is laminated using high-strength non-woven stitchmat fiberglass and unidirectional roving to achieve maximum structural distribution of all loads and forces while controlling weight. The completed hull and hull liner are bonded together using a proprietary polyester adhesive compound that chemically links the parts together.



Cored sandwich construction for stiffness, thermal and acoustic insulation and lighter weight. Solid fiberglass reinforcements are located in high load and hardware mounting locations. Unidirectional roving reinforced deck beams integral to the deck liner lamination are bonded tot the deck for added strength.



All bulkheads are bonded 360 degrees to the hull and deck for structural strength.


Interior Woodwork

The hallmark of Beneteau's advanced woodwork is the joinery work, this includes hardwood fiddles, door frames and trim pieces with custom marine grade, zero void, multi-laminate wood faces and bulkheads. The wood is DOUKA, in the family of mahogany, known for its beauty of grain. All the wood is finished in a lustrous multicoated varnish with a cherry stain tint.



Headroom is 6'4" throughout the interior.

5-Opening deck Hatches w/screens and shades

8-Opening portholes w/screens

Curtains over portlights

V berth forward with hanging locker and side storage

Main salon long settee to port

Bar locker behind settee

Stowage under seats

Wrap around dinette drops down for a double berth

Large nav station w/110v & 12v panels

Seat w/stowage locker

Opening panel for nav instruments

Halogen overhead light

Red navigators light

Galley to port

Large counter space

Cutlery drawer

Trash can

6 gal hot water tank

Cupboards w/louvered inserts

Cutting board on sink

Extra large fridge/freezer

Double SS sink w/mixer tap

2-burner propane gimbaled stove w/oven and guard rail

Large port aft cabin w/hanging locker and storage areas

Extra large head to starboard

Separate stall shower w/electric sump and teak seat

H/C pressure water for shower and sink basin

Marine head w/holding tank

Towel & foul weather gear hooks

Storage bins and accessory holders


GFI Outlet in head

Starboard aft cabin w/hanging locker

Both aft cabins have berths-6'7" x 4'9"

2-reading light in each

Cushion Upgrade Aztec

110v outlets, 1 in each cabin

Reading lights

Shelves alongside of hull



2X12v batteries, 1-75amp., 1x200amp.

Raymarine ST60 Autopilot

Raymarine ST60 Tri-data, Speed, Depth, Log

Raymarine ST60 Wind

Raychart 425 Plotter GPS

110v shore power w/cord

20-amp battery charger

Large fridge/freezer


Standard Horizon VHF radio

Electric sump in shower

Electric bilge pump

Lighted compass at binnacle

Bow, stern, masthead and running lights



Anodized aluminum mast and boom

SS bow and stern rails

Double life lines, gates P&S

Slotted aluminum toe rail

Bow roller

Anchor locker

Bruce anchor-50' chain-250' Nylon rode

Spare Danforth anchor w/25'nylon rode

Stainless steel rigging:

Forestay, Babystay, lower shrouds, upper shrouds, intermediate shrouds

Double backstay

(2) sets of aft swept spreaders

Pro-furl furling on headstay

11- Sheet stoppers on coach roof

2-Lewmar #30CST cabintop winches

Mainsheet led aft

Main halyard

Genoa halyard

Genneker halyard

Main boom topping lift

Lewmar traveler on coach roof (led aft)

Ridged boom vang (led aft)

All halyards and reef lines led aft

2-Lewmar #44 CST primary winches

42" leather covered wheel w/brake

Electric Anchor Windlass with remote

Hatch Screens

Port screens

Companionway screen

2-Piece hatch boards OEM

Pedestal guard at helm

Plexi-glass instrument guard at helm


Sails and Canvas

Classic Dacron mainsail w/lazy jacks in a stack pack

140% roller furling Genoa w/UV strip 

Dodger w/windows

Bimini & connector



H/C pressure water cockpit shower

Swim ladder on stern

Lowering helm seat

Teak inlaid swim platform w/protective rubber strip

Stern rail seats

Teak inlaid cockpit seating

Stern rail seats (folding)

Fold down teak cockpit table

Drink holders at binnacle

12v console light

Propane tank storage in separate cockpit locker (space for 2)

Manual bilge pump in cockpit

Genoa sheets

Winch handle pocket

Winch handle

Teak flagpole

Steel Cradle w/adjustable pads

All Engine manual, Original owner's manuals from Beneteau



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


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.