Fax: +353 (0)21 483 1603
Fax: +353 (0)21 483 1603
Beneteau is easily the largest production builder of both sail and powerboats in the world. The French company has been turning out sailboats for decades, but lately they’ve added powerboats including trawlers, express boats, a small sportfisher, and a line of luxury yachts. Beneteau understands that today, boating is less about the boat and more about the boating experience—so Beneteau delivers fast, comfortable, easy-to-sail boats with a Euro-chic flair and continually evolving production processes. If you’ve chartered, chances are you’ve been on a Beneteau, and more Beneteau hulls have circumnavigated the globe than any other brand. Today, the power models including Grant Tourismo, Swift trawlers and Monte Carlo luxury cruisers, are coming on strong and deliver good value in every market segment.
"A performance cruiser"
This Beneteau Oceanis 423 Clipper is in really good condition and has been kept on a swinging mooring, hence no scuff marks on the hull. One owner from new she comes with a large owners cabin forward with en-suite, roomy main saloon, twin aft cabins and second heads. Her inventory includes a 56HP Yanmar, H & C water, shore power, 2 mainsails, 2 furling genoas, lazy bag, electric primary winches, electric windlass, teak decks and more!
|Hull Shape||Displacement||Beam||12 ft 10 in|
|Max Draft||6 ft 11 in||Draft Board/Drive Up||6 ft 11 in|
|Engine Make||Yanmar||Engine Model||4JH3E|
|Engine Year||2004||Fuel Capacity||52 gal|
|Length at Waterline||41 ft 6 in||Length Overall||42 ft 11 in|
|Cabin Headroom||6 ft 7 in||Number of Heads||2|
|Water Capacity||540 gal||Engine Hours||548|
|Number of Berths||3||Number of Engines||1|
Solid GRP hull, incorporating woven rovings and chopped strand matt, plus vinylester and isopthalic resins in outer layers for protection against osmosis. Frames and an inner grid moulding are bonded and laminated into the hull to support the keel and rig loads.
Cast iron keel that carries a flattened bulb at the heel. The rudder is a high aspect blade.
The deck is a GRP/balsa sandwich, mechanically fastened, glued and laminated to the hull.
Teak side decks, foredeck, cockpit seats, cockpit floor and transom boarding platform.
Performance Rig with Batten Cars
Deck-stepped masthead rig with twin swept-back spreaders.
Twin back stays with Tensioner.
Spinnaker pole and spinnaker running rigging
Facnor SD180 Twin Groove Roller Fore stay
Removable inner fore-stay
Single line reefing for the main
Flag Halyards at the spreaders
Four winch handles.
2009 North Mainsail in perfect condition.
2009 North Genoa 140% in perfect condition
2004 Sobstad fully battened mainsail with easy cars, lazy jacks and lazy bag in very good condition
2004 Sobstad Furling Genoa with UV Protection in very good condition
2004 Storm jib (never used)
Gennaker (used once)
Plenty of space and natural light helped by her many ports and hatches including large panoramic overheads in the saloon.
This cabin has an island double berth. Excellent storage in drawers under the bed, a bench seat and hanging locker to port.
Two opening deck hatches and two fixed hull ports.
En-suite to starboard
Large shower compartment that can be separated from the vanity unit, a hand basin and a marine toilet with a fold-back divider.
Opening Deck Hatch
The galley stretches along the port side of the saloon. It has a substantial (175lt) top-loading 12V. fridge at the aft end, a two-burner gas stove and oven, twin stainless steel sinks with hot water. Salt water foot pump. Loads of storage cupboards, drawers and shelves.
Set of Crockery
Opening porthole on the side of the coach roof over the fridge
Two fixed hull ports
Opposite the galley is a U-shaped lounge and central bench seat that can comfortably seat six adults around the saloon table which can convert to a double berth. There is plenty of storage space under the seats and in the shelves and cabinets above.
Two fixed hull ports
3 x opening deck hatches
1 x opening port hole at the side of the coach roof forward of the chart table
The Aft Heads is located aft of the galley to port. It can be accessed via two doors - one from the saloon and the other from the aft cabin.
Marine Toilet with holding tank, washbasin and shower
There are two roomy aft cabins with double berths, a bench seat, hanging locker, reading lights and shelving along the hull.
Opening deck hatch and opening porthole into the cockpit
Opening porthole at the side of the coach roof
Adjacent to the companionway to starboard is the forward facing chart table, nav seat, electrics panel and storage shelving.
Opening porthole at the side of the coach roof over the chart table
Webasto hot air heating throughout
There is an abundance of storage throughout
Brass Clock & Barometer
Six person Life Raft
2 x Horseshoe Buoys
Engine fire extinguisher at the saloon steps.
Volvo 3 blade folding propeller
Protective rubber strake on transom edge
PVC winter cover
2 x Gas Bottles
Covered/stored on the Hard every year from Oct to the end of March
Sailed locally along the Cork Coast.
She really is in excellent condition.
"Mo Ghile Meár (My Hero) is registered in the Port of Cork. She is in excellent condition and is worth travelling to view!
|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.|