Beneteau Oceanis 48 - Owners cabin forward, two aft cabins, two heads.
In-mast mainsail furling. Furling Genoa, Spacious aft cockpit with electric lowering transom. Electric Genoa winches. Bow thruster, Generator.
Antifouled, polished & new anodes June 17.
Part 1 Guernsey Registered. EU VAT paid.
Designed by Berret Racoupeau, built by Beneteau in 2013
White GRP hull with external cast iron fin keel.
Spade rudder, twin wheel steering. Leather covered wheels. Emergency tiller.
White GRP deck, superstructure and self draining aft cockpit. Cockpit table.
GRP mainsheet arch. Electric fold down transom.
Teak laid side decks, cockpit seats and cockpit sole.
GRP internal moulding. Varnished “Mahogany” internal woodwork.
7/8 berths - 3 cabin layout with owners cabin forward. Includes:
45 degree companionway steps (stairs) for easy access.
PVC Arredo cream upholstery in saloon, curtains & throw cushions
Marine mattresses to cabins. Floor rugs.
Fusion stereo radio MP3 player with saloon and cockpit speakers.
Bulkhead mounted Fusion TV with Freeserve.
Hot and cold pressurised water to both heads, galley & cockpit.
Clock & barometer.
Six deck hatches for ventilation. 8 opening ports.
Forward cabin large owners cabin with central double berth, hanging and storage lockers, stowage beneath berth; separate toilet compartment with electric Jabsco sea toilet. Wash basin/vanity unit in cabin. Separate shower stall with shower drain.
Saloon Light and airy with C shaped settee to starboard (converting to a double), large saloon table and bench seat with additional backrest. Adaptable seating to port for two with sliding chart table.
Galley Aft to port with large top and front opening 12v Frigoboat fridges. Three burner gimballed gas cooker with oven and grill, Large L shaped worksurface with storage above above and below. Separate plinth with twin s/s sinks. 220v microwave.
Separate aft head to starboard, access from saloon and starboard aft cabin, equipped with wash basin, Jabsco electric sea toilet piped to holding tank, stowage lockers, separate shower with shower drain.
Aft cabin to both port and starboard, each with large double berth, shelving and hanging locker and storage lockers. Plenty of light.
Yanmar 4JH4-TCE 75HP four cylinder diesel engine. Access beneath hinged steps with gas strut and panels to sides & rear. Fresh water heat exchanger cooling. Flex mounts. Single lever controls. Saildrive reversing reduction gearbox with 4-bladed folding propeller. Cruising speed approx’ 7.5 knots, maximum approx 10 knots. Engine hours – 477. Engine spares.
80kg Maxpower12v bow thruster with two dedicated batteries & isolator.
Fuel: 400 litres in two tanks.
Fresh water: 540 litres in three tanks.
Holding Tank: 80 litre holding tank to aft head
Calorifier hot water tank with immersion heater
12 volt system – 4 x 140 Ah non-standard gel 12v service batteries - 2016, 2 x bow thruster batteries and 1 x 110 ah engine start. Charging by engine driven 125 amp alternator. Isolation switches plus parallel switch & distribution panel. 12v socket. Interior LED lighting throughout. Navigation lights including bow, stern, steaming, deck and masthead Tri/white light.
240 volt system – Shore cable and connection, RCB, sockets below, 2 x 40 amp battery charger and immersion heater in calorifier tank. Inverter.
Paguera 4000 240v 4KVA diesel generator – fitted 2014 – approx. 15hrs run.
Deck stepped masthead sloop.
Sparcraft alloy double spreader In-Mast mainsail furling mast and boom. Facnor twin groove furling headsail system.
Spring loaded kicker.
1 x 19 stainless steel wire standing rigging with twin backstays.
Detachable inner forestay.
Terylene running rigging, all controls led back to Spinlock cockpit clutches. Spinnaker running gear including Selden mast stowed pole.
Cockpit adjustable Genoa tracks. Mainsheet on arch.
Harken – 2 x 60 Electric self tailing Genoa winches
Harken – 2 x 48 self tailing halyard winches (1 x electric)
2 x Plastimo binnacle compasses
Boat speed, depth, wind, GPS and AIS transceiver wired to:
- 2 x Simrad NSS7 multi displays – one to each helm
- Simrad NSS12 multi display on swivelling pod to aft of cockpit table
- Simrad radar scanner
- Simrad autopilot with LS hydraulic drive & remote control
- Simrad RS12 DSC VHF radio
Wide side decks and large comfortable aft cockpit, electrically folding transom/bathing platform.
Stainless steel pulpit, split pushpit, stanchions with gates & guardwires.
S/S double bow roller. Draining anchor locker.
Lewmar electric anchor winch with bow and cockpit control.
Delta anchor with chain and warp.
Foredeck sail locker with steps.
Fixed GRP arch with underside lights.
Graphite folding sprayhood.Graphite cockpit bimini, zip-on side & rear screens with Strataglass panels.
Graphite cockpit cushions, Aqua forward sunbathing cushions.
White wheel and cockpit table covers.
Spacious aft cockpit, central table with opening teak leaves.
Twin wheel positions, engine control to port helm.
2 x cockpit seat lockers, 2 x stern floor lockers, liferaft and gas lockers.
Winch handle pockets. Hot & cold cockpit shower.
Electrically folding transom with folding boarding ladder plus emergency ladder.
S/s stern swivelling davits plus s/s transom inflatable dinghy cradles
Stern passarelle mount.
Outboard stowage bracket.
Fenders, with socks & mooring warps.
Inflatable dinghy and 2.5hp outboard engine.
Manual & auto / manual electric bilge pumps
S/s removable 25mm diameter stern rail
Exchomax active radar reflector
Lifebuoy with light
3 x Fire extinguishers. Fire blanket
In her second ownership, “SULA” has been very lightly used since 2014 and had additional equipment added to enable the owner to sail off into the sunset. A change of plans means she is now on the market and offered in very tidy condition.
In this instance Fox’s Yacht Sales are acting as brokers for the vendor. The vendor has provided the information and whilst we endeavour to ensure the accuracy, the details are believed to be correct but are not guaranteed. Any prospective purchaser is advised to check the boat specification thoroughly and to employ at their expense a qualified marine surveyor and/or engineer to check the specification and condition of this craft and its equipment.