1998 Beneteau Oceanis 461, designed by Bruce Farr & Assoc. to be a fast and comfortable offshore cruising yacht. Her deck reflects carefull thought on comfort and efficiency. The masthead rig and long waterline combine for performance under sail. She can accomodate up to seven with all the comfort and conveniences needed for extended cruising. Unique to this vessel is her beautiful varnished teak interior! "Our Sea Home" is a freshwater vessel that is being offered for sale by her original owner. You need to see for yourself, this vessel has been well maintained and cared for!
Please contact Master User at 440 967 0260
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
LOA: 46 ft 0 in
Beam: 13 ft 11 in
LWL: 39 ft 1 in
Minimum Draft: 5 ft 9 in
Ballast: 7496 lbs
Dry Weight: 20944 lbs
Beautiful varnished teak interior with varnished wood cabin sole with black stripes. Blue cushions. Curtains for portholes. SALON: Table with removable center leaf, convertible to sleeping berth, central bench seat with storage, storage cabinets on hull, wrap-around dinette seating, single settee to port aft end doubles for nav-seat. NAV-STATION: aft facing chart table with storage, bookshelf, mounting panel for navigation instruments. FORWARD & AFT HEADS: one piece molded fiberglass liner, marine toilet with 15 gallon holding tank, vanity, sink, h&c pressure water with shower handle, shower sump with pump, storage cabinet, mirrors. FORWARD CABIN: island queen double berth, storage with drawers beneath berth, hanging locker, bench seat, shelving along hull, carpet floor. AFT CABIN: Double berth runs fore & aft, storage beneath berth, hanging locker, shelves along hull.
Generous sized galley with cabinets along hull, cane faced cabinet doors, white composite countertop, double stainless steel sinks with hot and cold pressure water mixer, cutting board covers, top loading freezer compartment, front loading refrigerator compartment, Force 10 stove three burner stainless steel stove with oven, gimballed, propane fuel for stove, built-in microwave oven.
3X12volt house batteries, 1X12volt engine battery, dual 30 amp shorepower with stern and bow inlets, 12volt control panel, 12volt socket at chart table and additional 12 outlets, 110 volt control panel under chart table, 110 Volt cabin outlets, navigation lights, cabin lights, 11 gal. hot water heater, air conditoning with reverse cycle heat, inverter/charger,
ST7000 autopilot, ST50 Tridata (knot/depth/log) ST50 Wind System ST50 GPS, all mounted on pedestal console, pedestal mount wet compass, Apelco 4500 VHF radio with masthead antenna, 2009 Stereo with iPod input, 2009 Furuno Chartplotter/GPS all mounted at the nav-station, Dantronics UFO Antenna masthead TV/Stereo.
Sails & Rigging
2009 Banks full-lenght battened mainsail, Harken Batt Cars, 2009 Banks 150% roller furling genoa on Schaefer furling unit, .75oz and 1.5oz assymetrical cruising chutes with separate sheet setups, Classic anodized aluminum masthead rig with double spreaders, keel stepped, S.S. discontinuous wire standing rigging, mainsheet with traveler, solid vang, control lines led aft to cockpit, electric cabintop sheet/halyard winch, self-tailing primary sheet winches, genneker gear, flag halyard, 2011 new mainsail cover and wheel/cockpit table cover.
Hull & Deck
White hull and deck with green boot and cove stripes. Bulb keel with winglets, spade rudder with composite rudder shaft, 3-blade Max feathering prop, walk-thru transom with swim platform, inlaid teak cockpit relayed and refinished, upgraded dorades with solid teak covers and S.S. dorades, dorade vent guardrails, mast guardrail, exterior teak refinished, S.S. bow and stern pulpits, double lifelines and S.S. stainchions, (1) locker in transom swim platform, (2) side lockers, (1) propane locker, cockpit console with leather wrapped wheel, single lever engine control, table with fold down leaves, drained storage compartment, drink holders and cockpit light, cockpit shower, S.S. swim ladder, hinged helm seat, cockpit cushions, cockpit dodger with window covers, anchor locker in bow with S.S. bow roller, electric anchor windlass, steel cradle, basic safety and mooring equipment.
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.
Interested in this boat?Toll-free: 877-468-7491Tel: 440 967 0260