The Beneteau Oceanis 36 Center Cockpit is a beautiful and well-conceptualized design, ideally suited for extended cruising or living aboard.
Everything on Rendezvous is first class. Full canvas cockpit enclosure with screens, custom cockpit cushions, innerspring mattresses, diesel hydronic forced air heating and reverse cycle air conditioning all add necessary comfort for long term cruising. In-mast furling mainsail, a full complement of electronics, MaxProp adjustable 3-blade prop and new anchor windlass help to make your cruising dreams attainable.
This boat is loaded with many extras for cruising and offshore racing. Well-maintained and clean, she makes a truly wonderful northwest cruiser or liveaboard.
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Fresh Water Tanks: (110 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: (40 Gallons)
Number of single berths: 6
Manufacturer Provided Description
The Oceanis 36 Center Cockpit hull features the strong Beneteau structural hull liner, which ensures an even distribution of rigging stresses while providing rigidity and easy maintenance.
The cast iron keel is solidly bolted to the structure and epoxy treated for anti-corrosion protection. Its moderate depth (1.53 m draft) and bulb - wing shape are designed to combine performance and safety.
The hung rudder is held by a composite stock which goes all the way up to the deck, providing a solid rudder unit.
The insulated engine housing is located underneath the cockpit and all mechanical components are easily accessible. There is ample room to accommodate a generator.
As on all Oceanis models, the propeller shaft is protected by a skeg.
The cockpit, in slatted teak, is well protected from sea spray.
Three stowage lockers in the stern provide storage for mooring ropes, fenders, and the gas cylinders for the galley.
On the bow, the windlass comes as standard, and is fitted on deck to ensure easy operation.
The whole boat is surrounded by a solid teak bulwark.
The companionway has curved steps that are not at all steep, and the handrails are immediately within reach.
The symmetrical saloon table along the boat's axis is roomy and light, and the leaves fold down to give easy access to the forward guest cabin.
Access to the owner's aft cabin is via the port gangway past the galley.
In the cabin is a large double bed to starboard - it is a real bedroom in which you can move around quite comfortably.
The galley is well equipped, with its double stainless steel sink, hot and cold pressurized water system, stove, and refrigerator.
From the owner's cabin, the big head compartment on the starboard gangway leads past the chart table and back to the saloon.
The cherry stained (or optional teak) finish is in the pure Oceanis CC tradition: restful shapes, efficient use of space, and cupboards aired naturally through their cane work doors.
Ventilation is provided by numerous hatches and opening side portholes in addition to three dorade vents.
Roomy salon features center line dining table with leaves, modified U-shaped dinette settee to port, and full-length settee to starboard.
Salon is light and airy, with numerous port lights and opening hatches, plus Dorade vents for excellent ventilation.
Brass clock and barometer on starboard bulkhead
Forward cabin has additional half-door in main bulkhead for extra ventilation.
V berth has pillow top inner spring mattress
Two hanging lockers, opening port lights and overhead hatch in forward cabin.
Nav station is aft of salon to starboard, as you enter the boat.
Nav table has sliding seat for easy access to head door aft
Head is in walk-through to starboard, and provides one of two ways to access the aft cabin
Jabsco marine head with holding tank has Y-valve and deck pumpout.
Sink with vanity has hand held shower and separate sump for shower.
Aft cabin has queen berth, curved settee bench, vanity mirror, and two hanging lockers.
Pillow top inner spring mattress for aft queen berth.
Full standing headroom in the spacious aft cabin
Galley is in port walk-through to aft cabin from salon.
Over 6' standing headroom
Cherry finished wood throughout the boat
Diesel hydronic cabin heat has 2 zones, one into the aft cabin and another with 2 jets into the main salon.
Mermaid Marine 110v AC reverse cycle heat/air conditioning has outlets into main salon and into aft cabin.
Galley is located in port walk-through
Top-loading Adler-Barbour 12v DC refrigeration with freezer and dual countertop access doors
Double stainless sinks with hot and cold pressure water supply
Hot water for galley and showers is supplied by a 6 gal. hot water tank that heats via 110v AC or engine heat exchanger
The diesel hydronic heating system could be set up to heat water as well.
2-burner gimbaled propane range with oven
110v AC microwave oven
Ample storage in cabinets and drawers
2009 Raymarine E120 Chart Plotter with AIS (AIS gauge set in new location in 2013)
2013 Raymarine LifeTag Man Overboard System with 2 wristbands
Autohelm ST4000 Autopilot
Horizon Spectrum VHF Radio
Sony CDX-M10 AM/FM Stereo/CD player
1 Group 27 gel cell start battery - 2008
2 gel cell house batteries - 2008
1 gel cell dedicated battery for anchor windlass - 2008
Extra large Balmar Alternator
Shore power connection with 50' of 30 amp power cord with cover
Engine, Drive Train and Steering
Original Yanmar 3GM30F freshwater cooled inboard diesel engine
MaxProp adjustable 3-blade prop
New cutlass bearing
Pedestal wheel steering has quadrant and cables
Scanmar SOS rudder for Oregon Offshore race (see Offshore Race Gear)
Sails & Rigging
New in-mast furling mainsail (2013) on Z-Spars mast
New 135% roller furling head sail (2013)
North Sails Cruising spinnaker with sock and bag
New Jib sheets; some of the halyards are new as well
3 ea. 2-speed self-tailing winches (one on port cabin top, two on coamings)
Custom Harken Traveler
Rigid Boom Vang
Sail area: 671 sq ft
Decks, Cockpit and Ground Tackle
30# Bruce anchor with 50' chain and 200' nylon line rode
22# Delta spare anchor with 16' chain and 239' nylon rode stows in locker under V berth
New 2013 Maxwell 730 Electric Anchor Windlass (has it's own dedicated battery)
Uncoated stainless lifeline cables
Teak cockpit seats
Port and Starboard Stern rail seats with built-in closed cell foam
Sugar scoop transom has swim platform with ladder
Full cockpit canvas enclosure with dodger, bimini and zip-out side panels
Canvas covers for vinyl dodger windows
Full canvas boat cover for off-season storage
Offshore Race Gear
Scanmar SOS Rudder (see photos)
Viking 6-man life raft (new 2011)
Uncoated stainless lifeline cables
The boat was built in France.
She has had 3 owners.
Original owner was on the Great Lakes (Fresh Water).
2nd owner had it shipped to Harstine Island, WA. He owned the boat for a year, then was contracting out of Afghanistan and didn't want his wife to have to worry about taking care of it while he was gone, so he sold it.
Current owner bought the boat in south Puget Sound, 2007
He has raced in the Oregon Offshore (Astoria to Victoria) three times.
Moored the boat in Anacortes, WA for the summer and sailed it back in the fall each of those 3 times.
Boat has been on the Columbia River for the last 2 years (fresh water).
Current owner is selling in order to move to a bigger boat.
Fresh Bottom paint, Anodes, and hull buffed and waxed, March 2014
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.
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