Shilshole Bay Marina liveaboard slip available. New bottom paint July, 2020!
Sasquatch is a desirable four cabin Beneteau Oceanis 43. Her Berret Racoupeau design ensures she will be a strong performer, while her on deck layout with spacious cockpit and walk through transom echo Beneteau’s theme of cruising comfort. A veteran cruiser, she is fully equipped for cruising the Pacific Northwest or further afield with all the desirable gear including a recent engine repower, custom arch and dinghy davit, solar and wind, heat and air conditioning, watermaker and satellite phone.
New Yanmar 4JH5E in 2014
Balmar high output alternator
Custom arch/dinghy davit with 300 watts of solar and wind generator
Espar diesel heater and Cruiseair air conditioning
Raymarine electronics and hydraulic autopilot
Iridium Go satellite phone
Assymetric cruising spinnaker with sock
New bottom paint July, 2020
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The Océanis 43 is an unequivocal invitation to delight in her design, comfort and performance. The hull and deck plan are the work of the Berret Racoupeau design office. Their designs have led to the creation of an aesthetically powerful and attractive yacht with remarkable sea keeping qualities. The interior architecture and design are by Nauta Design. This great Italian name, a benchmark in the super yacht world, has helped the Océanis 43 achieve her true personality ? one of contemporary lines where luminosity, comfort and wellbeing take precedence on board.
Sasquatch’s interior accommodates eight in four staterooms and two heads. The interior arrangement works well and feels roomy as a result of a smart salon layout and large windows.
The forward stateroom is configured with a v-berth. There is a locker to port and shelves along the hull side.
Aft and to starboard is the bunk room. Storage is available beneath the bunks and also in a hanging locker adjacent to the cabin in the passageway.
The galley is to port in the salon. The straight counter along the side of the hull gives good working space. Forward is a two bin sink with lockers and drawers below. Just aft is the stove with a stainless crash bar. Aft of the stove is a large top loading refrigeration compartment. Additional lockers are located above the counter.
Opposite the galley is a U-shaped settee surrounding a large fixed table. There is an additional seat inboard. A navigation table is at the aft end of the settee to starboard.
There are two head compartments to port and starboard adjacent to the companionway. Each have integral showers and Jabsco manual heads.
Two nearly identical quarter cabins round out the interior accommodations. There are handing lockers forward. The starboard quarter cabin has ensuite access to the starboard head.
Vitrofrigo 12v air cooled refrigeration
Eno propane two burner stove/oven
(2) 10lb aluminum propane tanks
Espar forced air diesel heater (2016)
Cruiseair 16,000 BTU air conditioner in salon and 12,000 BTU air conditioner aft
LED interior lighting (2014)
6 gallon hot water heater – heats from engine, 110v and optional 12v for off grid hot water (2016)
Johnson WPS 5gpm pressure water pump with accumulator tank
(2) Jabsco manual toilets
Raymarine ST60+ Wind and Tridata displays
Raymarine Evolution EV200 autopilot with hydraulic drive
Raymarine E90 radar/chartplotter
Raymarine digital radar
(2) Plastimo Olympic 135 compasses
Standard Horizon GX600 VHF radio with cockpit remote mic (2016)
Iridium Go satellite phone with arch mounted antenna (2014)
Digital Yacht AIT2000 Class B AIS receiver/transponder (2016)
Bitstorm Bad Boy Extreme N wifi booster
Sony AM/FM/CD stereo receiver
(2) Boss stereo speakers at cockpit
TCL flat screen TV
Beneteau AC/DC electrical panel with voltmeter and tank gauges
Lifeline Group 27 start battery
(4) Dyno Group 31 house batteries (2017)
Xantrex Trucharge 40amp battery charger (2019)
Sunforce 600 watt wind generator (2015) Solar Boost 3024i regulator
(2) 365 watt LG solar panels on arch (2015) with Outback Flex Max 60 solar charge controller (2015)
Yanmar 4JH5E 54 hp diesel engine installed new in 2014 (1762 hours)
Yanmar KM35P direct drive transmission (2014)
Three blade bronze propeller
Volvo dripless shaft seal
Yanmar engine control panel with tachometer and warning lights
Vetus single lever throttle/shift control (2014)
Balmar high output alternator with Balmar ARS5 regulator
Racor 500MA primary fuel filter
Spectra Cape Horn Extreme 330 gallon/day watermaker
Plastimo manual bilge pump
Rule Mate 1100 1100 GPH electric bilge pump
Johnson Viking Power 16 GPM electric bilge pump
(2) Whale Gulper shower sump pumps
Dual stainless destroyer wheels with leather covers
All through hulls replaced with bronze (2014)
The hull of the Oceanis 43 is built in solid fiberglass with a internal structural pan grid. The ballast keel is iron. Her deck is constructed of fiberglass and balsa core. Her hull features a molded cove stripe and a blue boot stripe with blue bottom paint. A teak toe rail and stainless stanchions with double lifelines surround the deck. There are boarding gates to port and starboard and a walk through transom aft. A custom arch supports solar panels, wind generator and dinghy davits. Twin helms allow easy access from the swimstep forward through the cockpit. A fixed drop leaf table stands at the center of the cockpit.
Quick vertical capstan anchor windlass with remote
Mantus 65lb anchor (2014)
150’ Grade 43 high test 3/8 anchor chain and 150’ nylon rode (2017)
Custom stern arch with dinghy davits (2014)
Blue canvas dodger and bimini (2019)
Z Spars double spreader anodized aluminum mast with wire rigging
Z Spars anodized aluminum boom
Spinnaker halyard, mainsail halyard and jib halyard plus topping lift
Dacron furling headsail with UV cover
Neil Pryde assymetrical cruising spinnaker with snuffer (2018)
Profurl headsail furler
Doyle Cradle Cover mainsail cover in blue canvas
(2) Harken 40 two speed self tailing cabin top winches
(2) Harken 46 two speed self tailing primary winches
11’ Walker Bay Genesis RIB dinghy (2015)
Outboard motor mount
Lifesling MOB recovery device
Plastimo 8-person liferaft in canister
Nissan outboard motor