2014 Beneteau Oceanis 48

RUB  16 319 148
Bodrum, Турция
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Huge cruising spec Oceanis 48

Год выпуска:
2014
Длина:
15m
Тип двигателя/топлива:
Одномоторное / diesel
Находится в:
Bodrum, Турция
Материал корпуса:
Стеклопластик
YW#:
80212-3167533
Текущая цена:
EUR  235 000 Налог не выплачен (RUB  16 319 148) 

A well-equipped and maintained two owner boat, which has never been chartered.  She comprises a 3-cabin, 2-heads example of the ever-popular Racoupeau-designed Beneteau Oceanis 48.  The specification includes; in-mast furling, air conditioning, watermaker, bowthruster & generator.

 

FURTHER COMMENTS:

 

Launched in 2014, RUMI is a high spec version of the extremely popular Berret Racoupueu designed Beneteau Oceanis 48 enjoying the desirable 3-cabin, 2 heads layout. Fitted out for luxury cruising and with the deep draft option for improved sailing performance, her highlights include:-

  • 3 cabin layout with three double cabins plus a spacious saloon
  • GRP decks (no teak deck maintenance)
  • Deep draft option (2.17m) keel
  • In-mast furling mainsail
  • Boom brake
  • Yanmar 75 hp engine with sail drive
  • Fischer Panda 8000I generator
  • Air conditioning
  • Additonal fuel and water tankage
  • 2x Solar panels with aft stainless steel gantry/davit system
  • Inverter
  • Service and engine start batteries replaced – 2017
  • Bowthruster with remote control
  • Reverse electric anchor windlass with cockpit control
  • Aquatec watermaker
  • Two electric heads
  • Bimini, sprayhood and cockpit cushions replaced – 2017
  • 4x Harken winches (1x being electric)
  • B & G electronics with radar and chart plotter
  • Fusion music system

 

Owner’s Comments:

 

I am second owner, the first owner was an older business man who only used her for just 20 days and I bought RUMI when she was four months and have used her privately since.

 

Media Review:

 

Biscayne Bay was flat and glassy, with nary a zephyr rippling the waters, when we boarded the latest Beneteau in the company’s Oceanis line, the 48, the next morning. But the Miami show had been a successful one for the 48-footer, which the week before had won a National Marine Manufacturers Association Innovation Award for the clever electric fold-down transom, which adds another 3 feet of “floor space” to the already expansive cockpit when the boat’s anchored or moored.

 

Having sailed the other two latest Oceanis offerings—the 41 and the 45—on Chesapeake Bay last fall, I experienced a strong sense of déjà-vu as we got under way on the 48. All three boats share the same style, philosophy, looks, and characteristics, notably the huge cockpit and twin helms as well as the distinctive cockpit arch that serves several purposes: the anchor point for the mainsheet, the framework for a big dodger and bimini, and well-placed handholds for making your way forward or moving about the topsides.

 

Yacht designer Sean Brown, a Beneteau consultant, was on board for the test sail, and he referred to the 48 as a “mono-maran,” which I think is a very apt and succinct description. Its ample, 15-foot-7-inch beam represents almost a 3-to-1 beam-to-length ratio, which is similar to the figures that French designers aim for when creating the powerful Open 60s that are raced solo around the world. However, those boats are basically flat planing hulls with minimalistic interior layouts. Thanks to the hull chine that Beneteau has incorporated into all of its latest Oceanis yachts, the 48’s interior volume is especially wide and vast (again bringing to mind the catamaran theme), and there’s nothing at all about it that’s spartan or minimal.

 

There are several different accommodation plans available, including a four-cabin layout with twin staterooms all the way forward and aft, and the three-cabin/two-head version that we sailed. In the owner’s cabin in the bow, along with the munificent berth and the enclosed head, a rather prominent shower stall was situated to starboard, more or less in the center of everything, which was unlike any I could remember on a production boat. The main cabin, with its low, sleek furnishings, was fresh and modern, with a large settee/dining table to starboard and a very clever settee with a sliding modular table to port, which could be adjusted to serve as a work area or a little nook for breakfast or entertaining.

Back on deck, Brown noted that the beautiful cockpit was “what you’d have seen on a 65-foot yacht 10 years ago.” Space-wise, I had to agree; it was a little disorienting to realize that we were aboard a 48-footer. To the south, a faint breeze line was darkening the waters, so we kicked over the standard 75-horsepower Yanmar and made a beeline for it, ticking off 8.3 knots at 2,500 rpm. Once we’d motored into the 5- to 6-knot breeze and shut down the engine, the 48 displayed fine light-air prowess, making 4 to 4.5 knots hard on the wind. Not bad.

Like all the boats we’d sailed in Miami, the Oceanis 48 left us itching for more. I would’ve been more than happy to carry onward aboard this Beneteau.

 

Herb McCormick is CW’s senior editor – article featured in the August 2012 edition of Cruising World.

 

CONSTRUCTION

 

RCD Status:

  • The yacht conforms with the essential safety requirements of Directive 94/25EC (Recreational Craft Directive) and is categorised A – “Ocean”

 

Hull, Deck & Superstructure Construction:

  • Monolithic hull design in polyester GRP
  • Monolithic structural counter moulding laminated and stuck to hull
  • Injection moulded deck in balsa and glass fibre sandwich covered in diamond point type non-slip surface
  • Deck hull join screwed, stuck and banded with solid wood bulwark, screwed
  • Blue gelcoat coloured hull - White hull decoration
  • White non-slip moulded deck
  • Teak toe rail
  • Teak laid cockpit sole, cockpit seating and bathing platform

 

Keel & Rudder:

  • Cast iron keel fixed with bolts and stainless steel backing plates
  • GRP rudder blade hung with glass compound stock

 

MACHINERY

 

Engine & gearbox:

  • Yanmar4JH4-TBE 75hp
  • Yanmar Saildrive gearbox
  • Fresh­water cooled engine.
  • Single lever engine control.
  • Panel for engine instruments in the steering pedestal within easy reach of helmsman. 

 

Engine Maintenance:

  • Engine last serviced August 2017
  • Engine hours: approx 900 as of January 2018

 

Propulsion & Steering:

  • Flex-fold 3-blade folding propeller
  • 24vDC bow-thruster with remote control
  • 2 Steering wheel consoles: Stainless steel steering wheels
  • Metal cable steering transmission system
  • Emergency tiller

 

ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS

 

Voltage systems:

  • 12vDC domestic systems with 220vAC via shore-power, generator or inverter

 

Battery Banks:

  • 4 x 210Ah 12vDC Bosh AGM service batteries joined in parallel to supply 840Ah @12vDC - 2017
  • 1 x 110Ah 12vDC Bosh AGM engine start battery - 2017
  • 2 x 12vDC Exide bow thruster batteries joined in parallel to supply 24vDC

 

Charging:

  • 12vDC/230vAC 40amp Automatic battery charger

 

Generator:

  • Fischer Panda 8000i generator
  • Date of last generator service – May 2017
  • Generator Hours: estimated 160hrs of January 2018

 

Alternator:

  • 12vDC 125Ah engine-mounted alternator

 

Inverter:

  • 12v/2700w inverter

 

Solar:

  • 2x 135w Solar panels mounted on stainless steel stern gantry

 

Other Electrical:

  • Electrical control panel with thermal breakers
  • 12v sockets, voltmeter, ampere meter and battery test at DC panel
  • 230vAC shore power supply protected with differential breaker and distribution system.
  • 230vAC sockets throughout interior
  • Nasa battery monitor (2016)
  • Sterling Power galvanic isolator

 

PLUMBING & GAS SYSTEMS

 

Fresh Water:

  • The hot freshwater circuit is led into a well insulated 40 litre hot water tank, heated by engine or 230v AC immersion heater element
  • Cold fresh water shower at bathing platform

 

Bilge Pumps:

  • 2x electric bilge pumps (1 for the icebox drain)
  • Manual bilge pump

 

TANKAGE

 

Fuel:

  • 400 litres fuel capacity in 2x rotomoulded plastic tank
  • Fill­i­ng of fuel tank is through deck inlet.

 

Fresh Water:

  • 660 litres fresh water capacity in 2x rotomoulded plastic tank
  • Fill­i­ng of water tanks is through 2x deck inlets

 

Watermaker:

  • Aquatec watermaker (140ltr/hour) – 2016

 

Holding Tanks:

  • 2x 64 litre holding tanks with discharge on deck or sea

 

NAVIGATION & COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT

  • B&G Zeus T12 radar GPS chart plotter display in cockpit
  • 2x B&G Zeus T7 radar GPS chart plotter displays at helms
  • B&G wind, speed and depth transducers
  • B&G radar scanner
  • B&G autopilot
  • Steering compasses

 

Communications Equipment:

  • VHF with DSC
  • Hand held VHF

 

DOMESTIC EQUIPMENT

 

Galley:

  • ENO Gimballed stainless steel 3-burner gas cooker with oven
  • Ice box 100 litre, Refrigeration unit 12 V, top opening
  • Second Ice box 130 litre, Refrigeration/Freezer unit 12 V, front opening
  • Twin stainless steel sinks

 

Heads:

  • 2x quiet Flush electric marine heads discharging to holding tanks
  • Hot & cold pressurised water supplies with showers

 

Air conditioning:

  • Dometic Clima 220vAC reverse cycle air-conditioning system with 3 units comprising: 1x 10.000 BTU, 1x 10.000BTU, 1x 15000 BTU outputs

 

Lighting:

  • Reading lights in saloon and in accommodation cabins
  • Deckhead lighting throughout

 

Entertainment:

  • B&G Fusion Stereo radio/CD/DVD/Ipod input with speakers in saloon and cockpit
  • Bulkhead mounted LCD TV in the saloon

 

 

ACCOMMODATION

 

  • Up to six berths in three double cabins and an occasional single berth in the saloon.
  • Woodwork Alpi Mahogany
  • Parquet type laminated floors
  • Fabric hull linings in saloon and cabins (White)
  • Fabric upholstery
  • Marine mattresses in the cabins

 

Accommodation Layout from Forward:

 

Companionway:

  • Headroom: Approximately 1,98 m / 6’6’’
  • Wooden saloon companionway with moulded wood suspended steps with non-slip surface
  • 2 Leather covered stainless steel handrails

 

Forward Owner’s Cabin:

  • Headroom: Approximately 1,92 m / 6’4’’
  • Central double bed (2,09 m x 1,55 m x 1,18 m / 6’10’’ x 5’1’’ x 3’10’’)
  • Hanger closets - Valet tray - Cubby hole locker - Lower unit - Storage space under bed
  • 2 Flush deck hatches with mosquito blind
  • 2 Hull portholes with curtain

 

Master Cabin Ensuite:

  • Moulded basin in grey work surface, Hot/cold water mixer tap
  • Washroom storage cabinet
  • Mirror
  • Glass shower cabin with flush access and stowage on the bulkhead
  • Deck hatch with mosquito blind
  • Separate electric flush heads discharged into a holding tank
  • Hand basin
  • Storage space along the hull
  • Deck hatch with mosquito blind

 

Saloon:

  • Headroom: Approximately 1,98 m / 6’6’’
  • U shaped saloon bench - double density foam
  • Seating on pantograph
  • Saloon table in 1 piece - Varnished wood top with inlay - Aluminium legs
  • Mirror on bulkhead
  • Cupboards - Shelves and stowage along the hull - Storage under bench seats
  • Shelves with stainless steel fiddles
  • 2x Panoramic deck house windows with concertina blinds
  • 2x Hull portholes with curtain
  • 2x Opening portholes on coaming in side windows
  • Opening deck hatch with mosquito blind

 

Chart Table:

  • Configured with the armchairs placed to the port side to either side of the chart
  • Table with flap - Moulded wood fiddle
  • Switch panel on bulkhead for access to electrical functions
  • Panel for navigation instruments
  • Reading light

 

Galley:

  • Headroom: Approximately 1,90 m / 6’3’’
  • L-shaped galley with separate sink located below companionway
  • Compact grey laminated worktop
  • Stainless steel sink 2 rectangular basins - 1 Mixer tap with hot/cold water under pressure
  • Gas cooker 3 burners - Stainless steel oven on gimbal - Stainless steel protection handrail
  • 100L icebox (12V), top opening
  • 130 L refrigerator (12V), front opening
  • Fitted lockers and closed shelving (Shelving, Bin)
  • Lower unit
  • Drawer - 2 shelves
  • Storage space along the hull
  • 2 Opening ports on coaming with curtains on side windows

 

 

Starboard Aft Cabin:

  • Headroom: Approximately 1,86 m / 6’1’’
  • Double bed (approximately 2,09 m x 1,18 m x 1,55 m / 6’10’’ x 3’10’’ x 5’1’’)
  • Access door to starboard aft head
  • Cupboards, Hanging locker, Closed shelving, Stowage on both sides of berth
  • Large size hull port with curtain
  • Opening deck hatch with mosquito blind
  • Opening cockpit port with curtain
  • Glazing on companionway bulkhead

 

Port Aft Cabin:

  • Headroom: Approximately 1,86 m / 6’1’’
  • Double bed (approximately 2,05 m x 1,35 m x 1,55 m / 6’9’’ x 4’5’’ x 5’1’’)
  • Cupboards, Hanging locker, Closed shelving
  • Large size hull port with curtain
  • Opening deck hatch with mosquito blind
  • Opening cockpit port with curtain
  • Glazing on companionway bulkhead

 

Starboard Aft Heads:

  • Headroom: approximately 1,92 m / 6’4’’
  • Access from the saloon or the starboard aft cabin
  • Separate shower - 1 Hot/cold water mixer tap - Stowage on bulkhead
  • Electric marine heads discharged to holding tank
  • Washbasin - 1 Hot/cold water mixer tap
  • Mirrors
  • Toilet accessories
  • Opening portlight with curtains in the coachroof side window
  • Hot & cold pressurised water supplies with showers

 

DECK EQUIPMENT

Rig:

  • Standard mast 9/10 anodized aluminium installed on the deck with in-mast furling 2 aft-swept spreaders
  • Anodised aluminium boom
  • Discontinuous stainless steel standing rigging
  • Twin backstays with bottlescrews
  • Rigid boom vang with tackle
  • Manual genoa furling system with drum on the deck
  • Stand Up blocks for mainsail on fixed composite arch
  • Genoa tracks with piston adjusted traveller cars
  • Genoa sheet turning blocks
  • Rigging run back to cockpit
  • Complete running rigging: Main halyard, genoa halyard with clutch on mast and cleat, Boom topping lift with cleat on mast, Mainsheet, 2 Genoa sheets 2 rapid reefing lines, 1 manual reef
  • 10 Jammers
  • 2 halyard bags
  • Boom brake

 

Winches:

  • 2x Harken Self-tailing genoa sheet winches (H60.2 STC)
  • 1x Harken electric Self-tailing coachroof winch for main halyard and control lines (H46.2 STC)
  • 1 Harken Self-tailing coachroof winch for control lines (H46.2 STC)

 

Sails:

  • Furling genoa with UV protective strip (approximately 55m2)
  • Furling mainsail (approximately 44 m2)

 

General:

  • Open stainless steel forward pulpit
  • 2x Stainless steel pushpits
  • Lifebuoys support bracket
  • Outboard engine bracket
  • Double guardrail and stainless steel stanchions - Openings in guardrail to port and starboard
  • Polyester cockpit table incorporating two leaves, 1x miscellaneous locker and 1x integrated refrigerator space, a Stainless steel handrail - 12 V socket - lamp with shade
  • Cold water cockpit shower hose
  • Fixed composite mainsheet arch - Integrated lights
  • Fully opening transom, convertible to bathing platform (2,85 m x 0,77 m / 9’4’’ x 2’6’’) with electrically controlled opening , natural solid wood decking on swim platform & Stainless steel swim/boarding ladder - solid wood steps – folding
  • Sail locker with access through deck hatch, stainless steel ladder and shelving
  • Additional stainless steel fabricated gantry at the stern with the 2x 135w solar panels mounted on top and incorporating davits for the inflatable tender

 

Anchoring & Mooring:

  • 12vDC 1,500w electric reverse windlass with remote control and cockpit control
  • Anchor with 100m, grade 50 chain
  • Pushpit mooring warp reel
  • Fore, mid-ships and aft mooring lines

 

Covers, Cushions & Canvas:

  • Sprayhood with stainless steel frame and large windows - 2017
  • Bimini top with stainless steel frame - 2017
  • Weatherproof cockpit cushions - 2017
  • Wheel covers and cockpit table cover
  • Sunbed under the boom

 

Tender & Outboard:

  • Inflatable dinghy
  • Tohatsu 5hp outboard engine

 

Safety Equipment:

 

General note on safety equipment: Any safety equipment such as liferafts, Epirbs, fire extinguishers and flares etc. are usually personal to the current owner(s) and if being left on-board as part of the sale of a used vessel may require routine servicing, replacement, or changing to meet a new owners specific needs.

 

  • Plastimo Cruiser 6 person liferaft  – 2015 (not serviced since new)
  • Navigation lights




Lying: Bodrum - Turkey

 

Available to view strictly by appointment

 

Office Hours Mon- Fri 0900 – 17.00

Saturday by prior appointment

                                                         

For more information or to arrange a viewing please contact us.

 

Please Note: Due to the varying locations of our yachts, your travel time and the distances that may be involved, we recommend that you only make arrangements to view if you are actively considering purchase.

 

Lead Broker: James McNeil – Grabau International (UK)

Tel: +44 (0)7979 907210 Email: enquiries@grabauinternational.com



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