Aggressively priced for a quick sale.
This Beneteau Oceanis 352 is the perfect candidate for day-sailing or coastal cruising with the family!
Dog Days II has been nicely maintained by her current owner for several years. She features a furling mainsail & genoa, custom stainless dinghy davits, overnight accommodations for six adults, air conditioning, beautiful cherry wood interior, and a large cockpit for all your crew/guests.
She is powered by a Yanmar 3GM30F (27hp) with only 944hrs.
Recent upgrades include:
In the water and ready to come see in Charleston, SC!
Contact Randy at 843-810-1156 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information!
Her roomy layout begins forward with a large v-berth that sleeps 2. Her salon to starboard is a U-shaped settee & cherry wood dinette that converts to a double berth. To port is a sofa/settee with storage below, and a navigation station.
Her L-shaped galley is aft to port and features cherry wood cabinetry, refrigerator, propane stove with oven, double stainless steel sinks with hot & cold water, microwave oven, and abundant storage.
To starboard of the companionway steps is the spacious head. Aft is the master stateroom with a large double berth, cherry wood cabinetry, hanging locker, storage shelves, and plenty openings for airflow.
Outside, her U-shaped cockpit features teak covered seating with cockpit cushions, built-in cockpit table, large storage lazerettes, and walk-through transom to access the swim platform.
Designed by Jean Berret, the hull of the Oceanis 352 offers her owner a very maneuverable boat under power and sail. She has taut lines, maximum waterline length, and a wide beam ensuring excellent stability. The bulb keel with winglets is designed for performance and the highly pronounced forefoot cuts an easy passage through the waves. The deck is free of all lines through the addition of a false deck which covers the halyards and maneuvering lines. These are brought back to a battery of stoppers and on to two self-tailing winches either side of the companionway. The main and genoa sheet tracks are mounted on the coachroof leaving the cockpit and sidedecks completely free. Both main and genoa feature roller furling systems. Four non-slip steps lead down to the Oceanis 352's large salon. To starboard, an attractive large wooden table is surrounded by a comfortable U-shaped settee. The table can be transformed into a double berth, if needed. Across from the table to port is a long settee, with the aft end doubling as the seat for a well laid out chart table. Immediately aft of the chart table, and to port as you come down the companionway, is the galley which fully utilizes the space offered by its location at the maximum beam of the boat. It has a large working space, full headroom of 6-feet 3-inches, twin stainless steel sinks with hot and cold pressurized water, gimbaled two-burner stove with oven, large (4.5 cubic feet) icebox with 12V refrigeration unit, and plenty of lockers and deep cupboards. Light and ventilation are ensured via fixed ports, as well as several opening ports, a large opening hatch, and two bright skylights in the coachroof. The aft owner's cabin is spacious with a double berth measuring 6-feet 7-inches by 6-feet 3-inches. Storage space is plentiful, and two reading lights allow comfort for everyone. Again, light and ventilation are ensured by an opening hatch, an opening port, and a fixed port. The head has 6-foot 1-inch headroom and a one piece molded compartment. A shower, hot and cold pressurized water, and open molded wet locker are all features that add to making this head very functional. The Oceanis 352 offers a large cockpit, where comfort and safety are enhanced by the teak decking that covers the seating. From a comfortable position at the helm, the skipper is able to see any navigational instruments on the console at a glance. The engine control panel, within easy reach, is protected by a Plexiglas panel. All is integrated in the cockpit table unit that includes hinged flaps as well as a convenient icebox. The aft seat is hinged, allowing direct access to the transom, the big bathing platform, and the cockpit shower.
24 Patriots Point Rd
Mt. Pleasant, SC 29464