Beneteau Oceanis 41 "Volant" SOLD
The Oceanis 41 carry their maximum beam well aft making for a remarkably spacious vessel, above and below deck. These boats are capable bluewater cruisers, excellent performers under sail (and motor) and offer a level of comfort usually associated with much larger vessels. “Volant” has 3 x private cabins, 2 x bathrooms a magnificent saloon, a full galley, a large dinette and a nav station. Features enhancing operations and crew comfort are many... *A 40 hp Yanmar to efficiently power through the chop. *A bow thruster, which in concert with the 360 'Dock and Go' (joystick operation) system takes all the drama out of tight marina manoeuvres. *State of the art navigation electronics including radar. *Sail handling systems to enable a couple to manage the big vessel with ease and in safety. *An electrically operated transom which when lowered provides a swim/boarding platform. *A spacious sheltered cockpit with table and cushioned seats. The inventory of inclusions is comprehensive. “Volant” has been fastidiously maintained in fact the hull presents like new. She is ready for you to put your gear on board and go cruising.
CALL PAUL 0418 385 866 to arrange an inspection.
|Location||Prince of Wales Bay Marina near Hobart TAS|
|Length||40′ 9″ (12.43m)|
|Displacement||8.8 tonnes (light ship) approx.|
|Ballast||Cast iron fin with bulb. Ballast 2300 kg|
|Hull material||Fibreglass/GRP (Mid 2021 blue topsides were wrapped and bottom anti-fouled).|
|Engine||40 hp 3JH5E POD 60 Yanmar Engine (sail-drive).|
|Engine hours||~1000 hours at time of listing|
|Propulsion||Sail drive with feathering 3-blade propeller.|
|Thrusters||Bow thruster/“Dock and Go” system.|
|Water||570 litres in 2 x tanks.|
|Galley||The L shaped galley to port is within easy reach of the dinette and cockpit. It is a fully functional 'kitchen' with a deep double sink with a hot/cold mixer tap,
a foot-operated saltwater rinsing tap, an ENO gas stove/oven, top-loading and upright fridges/freezer, food prep benchtop space, drawers, cupboard/lockers above and below.
NOTE: Crockery, pans, appliances (incl. Coffee machine) cutlery included.
|Refrigeration||Vitrifrigo upright fridge plus separate top-loading fridge/freezer.
|Stove||Eno 2-burner gas stove with oven.|
|Hot Water System||Heat exchanger / accumulator tank.|
|Accommodation||The Oceanis 41 balances function and comfort to perfection. Step aboard via mid-ship gates. At the push of a button, the transom lowers to form a huge swim/boarding platform. The spacious, sheltered cockpit with a fold-leaf table, seat cushions and gas BBQ is much more than the place to run the boat, it is where the crew and guests will relax and dine alfresco. There is no mainsheet traveller to clutter the cockpit (an arch overhead carries the mainsheet blocks).
Step below to the light and airy saloon enhanced by the many deck hatches, ports/windows. The fine timberwork adds to the welcoming ambience.
Two double berth private cabins are to port and starboard of the companionway. A shared bathroom (or ensuite for stb cabin) with a separate shower stall is to starboard with the functional L shaped galley opposite. Forward to starboard is the dinette with settees and lounge. The dinette can double as an occasional berth. Twin seats opposite with a moveable chart table allowing the seats to be reconfigured. Forward of the bulkhead is the master double cabin with ensuite.
A comprehensive inventory of napery/linen is included.
|Cabins||3 x Double sleeping cabins|
|Berths||6 berths plus saloon settee berth|
|Shower||3 x hot/cold showers including cockpit shower.|
|Toilet||2 x electric toilets with holding tanks.|
|Entertainment||Fully integrated multi-media
Sonichub (radio/dock iPod, iPhone/USB)
Fusion marine TV/DVD player.
|Covers||Spray dodger with mini-dodger aft of mainsail arch linking with infill and bimini.
|Ground tackle||1000 watt electric anchor winch with handheld remote.
60 metres of 8mm chain plus 150 metres of rode.
|Safety gear||2 x Horseshoe buoys one with line and light.
First Aid kit
|Bilge Pumps||Manual & electric bilge pumps.|
|Life Raft||RFD 10 Person Coastal Liferaft (hydrstatic release) with EPIRB.|
|Epirb||Kannad EPIRB 406|
|Life Jackets||4 x SOLAS, 10 x Coastal.|
|Flares||To survey regs.|
|Fire Protection||Manual Extinguishers plus fire blanket.|
|Electrics||12v / 220v circuits
Batteries: Fullriver DC120 AGM House, Exide Engine start.
60 AMP Battery charger.
1000 watt inverter
Soft solar panels on cockpit covers.
LED lights throughout.
|Electronics||Simrad Gofree Onboard Wireless for tablet/phone programmable chartplotter.
Simrad IS40 Wind, Depth Speed
Simrad NSS 12 Chartplotter with Navionics Gold Charts in cockpit.
Simrad RS82VHF Radio
2 x steering compasses
Ships clock and barometer.
|Sail inventory||Sails are in excellent condition including fully battened main with lazy jacks.
Furling 104% genoa with UV cover.
|Rigging||9/10 anodized aluminium mast (deck-stepped) with 2 aft-swept spreaders.
Discontinuous stainless steel standing rigging
2 Adustable Backstays.
Rigid boom vang with tackle
Genoa furling system with a drum on the deck
Halyards and sheets all run back to the cockpit (except boom topping lift)
Electric halyard winch on the cabin top to port.
Chainplate for an inner forestay.
|Deck gear||Winches by Harken... 2-speed #46 primary, 2-speed #40 cabin top halyard to stbd, Unipower (12v) 900 to port.
Laid timber in the cockpit... Floor, seats and transom.
Fenders and Mooring lines
Stainless steel dinghy davits
s/s folding swim ladder
Pushpit outboard stow block.
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