Here is a great opportunity to own a like-new, hard chinned, sailing yacht. The cockpit on the Oceanis 35 follows the current trend in modern boats, with twin helms and a swim platform that allows immediate access to the water. To further improve access, there are fold-up helm seats on both sides that can be flipped out of the way when desired.
Additionally, this Oceanis 35 has an Inmast Furling System in addition to the ability to raise a traditional mainsail. This ability allows the easy of in utilizing the inmast sail for pleasure sailing and the traditional sail for racing.
Her sail plan includes: Asymmetric spinnaker rigging + bobstay Harken unit - Reflex Top Down furler kit for Asymmetric spinnaker Forespar Velocity carbon fiber whisker pole (2018), Doyle traditional main (2018), Doyle Jib (2018), Doyle Code Zero (2018), and North Sails A2 Spinnaker (2019) - Factory provided In Mast Furling Main (Neil Pryde) and Furling Jib (Neil Pryde)
The V-berth is open to the salon creating a spacious feel and extra area for relaxing when not in use as a bed. The removable bulkhead is easily inserted or removed for whatever the need may be. The electronic package has Wifi to repeat everything to your cell phone or tablet. The autopilot can be activated at the chart-plotter or the remote keypad. This Oceanis 35's shallow draft keel and twin rudders make this a great boat to sail both inshore or offshore.
Engine 3YM30 Yanmar Diesel (around 100 hours)
Layout 2 Cabins / 1 head with separate shower,
Weekend cruiser with fitted galley Helm seat wood covered Cockpit wood covered Deluxe cockpit table
Electricity 110 V Shore power Cabin outlets 110V Indirect indoor lighting Navigation Lights 40 amp Battery charger Ordered with 2 extra batteries Inverter 12V 110V
Night Pack Curtains for port lights (forward cabin and salon) Curtains for all round coachroof hatches Mosquito screens in salon and aft cabin Blackout blinds for deck hatches (forward cabin and salon)
Mooring Bow roller Electric windlass 1000w + remote control Anchor, chain and line Windlass control with chain counter in cockpit
Electronics Fusion stereo with bluetooth Display T41 Triton B & G Wind System - B & G VHF V50 B & G Wireless handset Chartplotter Zeus 7 Cartography US Wifi Module VHF Antenna Autopilot B & G Windex 15
Appliances: Microwave 110V
Heating and Cooling: 2 Air conditioning units
1 Flag halyard with shroud cleat
Bimini - from mainsheet to stern rail
Canvas covers- wheel, winch, side windows, hatch, cockpit seats, table, and floor
Life sling 2 with vinyl storage bag
2 - 30 amp power cords
Rose Ann Points
One of the biggest hits of last year was the Oceanis 38 – the custom yacht for the off-the-rack sailor. Beneteau follows up that success with the introduction of the Oceanis 35. She features the same daysailer/weekender/cruiser options as the 38, allowing any skipper to create a boat that will fit his or her needs. And the more compact length just makes her that much more nimble and as well as a joy to navigate.
The era of custom sailing for every sailor is about to become even more attainable with the Oceanis 35. Beneteau shook the sailing world last year with the introduction of the Oceanis 38, a yacht that could be either a daysailer, weekender or cruiser. The 35 is the next logical step in this evolution of adaptability. She will feature all the elegant design elements and flexibility of her big sister with even more value.