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|New / used:||Used|
|Motorization:||1x Yanmar (0 PS Diesel)|
|Length:||13,09 m (42,9 ft.)|
|Width:||3,90 m (12,8 ft.)|
|Draft:||2,10 m (6,9 ft.)|
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Description & specificationsEnglish description
Designer: Groupe Finot
Flag of Registry: Malta
Engine: Yanmar 4 cylinder Fresh water cooling 54 hp
Engine Type: Inboard
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Propeller: Folding propeller
Year Built: 2005
Fresh Water Tanks: 2 Plastic (540 Liters)
Fuel Tanks: 1 Plastic (230 Liters)
Holding Tanks: 3 Plastic (50 Liters)
Number of double berths: 3
Number of cabins: 3 / Number of heads: 3
This Beneteau Oceanis 423 is an extremely well kept sailing boat belonging to a marine yard manager, a fine example of utmost perfection with many extras not found in a boat of this budget. It is immaculate inside as well with the 3 berths 3 heads layout. Offers welcomed.
Wind speed and direction
DVD player / radio
Fully battened mainsail
Electric bilge pump
Manual bilge pump
Shore power inlet
Electrical Circuit: 12V
Outboard engine brackets
Total Liferaft Capacity: 8
Lazy bag / Lazy jacks
Winch covers / hatch covers
OWNERS CABIN FORWARD
Island bed .
220 V socket. Shelving along the hull. Large stowage locker at foot of berth. Two drawers under berth. Hanging locker to port. Settee with shelving to port and seat to starboard.
Openings and lighting: Lewmar opening hatch with blind. Lewmar Two fixed hull ports with curtains.
Two adjustable reading lights.
Three deckhead lights with switch.
FORWARD HEAD COMPARTMENT
Headroom: 1.87 m.
Integral head compartment moulding, comprising:
Shower compartment separated from the marine toilet by a door with ventilation. Marine toilet. Washbasin with mixer tap and hot and cold pressurised water.
Locker and stowage for bathroom accessories.
Lewmar opening hatch with blind.
Two LED deckhead lights.
Adjustable strip light over mirror.
TWO AFT CABINS
Enclosed unit comprising hanging locker and locker with shelving.
Shelving with stowage along hull.
220 V socket.
Lewmar opening hatch with blinds.
Opening port to cockpit.
Opening port in coachroof coming (257 mm x 109 mm) with curtains.
Fixed hull port.
LED deckhead light.
Two adjustable reading lights.
CHART TABLE TO STARBOARD
Chart table facing aft and surrounded with a molded wood fiddle.
16-switch 12 V electrical panel plus 4 x 220 V switches.
Stowage locker under chart table.
Radio CD/MP3 player with 2 speakers in the saloon.
Stainless steel two-burner hob with oven and safety rail.
175 L GRP icebox on the top with refrigerating unit.
Seawater foot pump and icebox drainage.
MOORING AND ANCHORING
Welded stainless steel bow fitting with two rollers. The starboard roller is offset for permanent anchor stowage.
6 x 400 mm aluminium mooring cleats with stainless steel protection on teak capping.
Self-draining chain locker with clinch fitting.
Protective hatch cover.
Electric windlass with breaker and waterproof relay housing.
PULPIT AND GUARDRAILS
Open stainless steel pulpit with teak step and navigation lights.
Two rows of sheathed guardrails supported by 6 single and 4 double stainless steel stanchions. Side openings in guardrails.
Bulwark with teak capping surrounds the deck.
Two stainless steel pushpits surround the aft of the cockpit.
Lifebuoy holder. Electric teach covered passerell by Opacmar specially designed for Sailing Yachts.
Teak slatted pivoting helm seat for easy access to scoop transom (Bénéteau patent).
The cockpit is fitted with five lockers:
2 side lockers with teak slatted lids.
2 aft lockers with teak slatted lids.
1 separate gas locker.
All cockpit bench seats are teak slatted as is the cockpit floor.
The leather-trimmed steering wheel is pivoting for easier movement around the cockpit.
Engine control lever.
Console with navigation instruments.
The cockpit table
Cold water shower.
BATHING PLATFORM AND TRANSOM
Transom with teak covered bathing platform.
Bathing ladder with teak covered treads.
Stowage locker in scoop.
Outboard motor bracket.
Electric and remote controlled teak Apecmar passarel.
Mast, Boom & Sails
Anodised aluminium mast. Deck stepped with stainless steel pillar in saloon. Twin aft swept spreaders.
Anodised aluminium. 2 “automatic” reefing lines led back to cockpit.
Forestay. Two forward inner shrouds. Two backstays.
Comprises: Low stretch genoa and mainsail halyards. Boom topping lift. Two genoa sheets. One mainsheet with block system. Rigid boom vang with purchase. The main halyard is led back to the cockpit and the topping lift remains at the mast. Handling of the running rigging is carried out by means of a total of 11 jammers
Furling genoa with anti UV protection strip. The mainsail is fully battened with lazy jacks and mainsail cover.
Comprises: Mainsail track with adjustable traveller led back to cockpit. One single jammer. The purchase is led back to the cockpit electric winch situated on the coachroof near the companionway.
The genoa system comprises: Genoa furling gear with drum is situated on deck with furling line led back to the cockpit along the deck line. Two genoa tracks to side decks. Two genoa sheet lead blocks with integral jammers.
Chrome Harken winches are fitted as standard: 2 H 46.2 STC genoa winches within reach of the helm. Two H 32.2 STC winches on coachroof of which one is electric. 2 winch handles. Two winch handle holders.
These particulars are believed to be correct at the time of taking the specification but are not guaranteed and should be verified by the purchaser before any contract is entered into. Photographs may show items not included for sale within the specification. A prospective buyer is strongly advised at his/her own expense to employ a qualified Marine Surveyor to carry out a survey and/or have an engine trial which conducted by us should not imply any liability on our part.