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32' Beneteau 1996 Oceanis 321

 
  • Price: $49,500
  • Model Year: 1996
  • Boat Ref: 6164634
  • Location: Melbourne FL, United States
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Broker Contact

  • Broker Name: Kevin Welsh
  • Tel. 321-693-1642
  • kevin@edwardsyachtsales.com
 
 

32' Beneteau 1996 Oceanis 321

Very Well Maintained and Ready to Sail Away!

Shoal Draft 4'3" Bulb Keel
Walk Thru Transom w/Swim Platform
Garmin 740S Chartplotter w/AirMar Transducer GMI-10 
New Raymarine Evolution Wheel Auto Pilot EV-100
B&G V50 VHF w/AIS receiver displays on Chartplotter
Excellent Sail Inventory
Main Sail (Precision) 2013
Head Sail 145 (Doyle) 2011
Head Sail 110 Hi-Cut (Johnson) 
Asymmetrical Spinnaker w/Sock
Yanmar 3GM30 (1725 hours)
Spacious Galley, Salon and Berths
Adler Barbour Refrigeration





  • Full SpecsOpen or Close
    Construction
    • Designer: Groupe Finot
    • Construction: GRP
    Measurements
    • Length: 32 ft
    • Beam: 11' 3"
    • Displacement: 9700 lbs
    • Max Draft: 4' 3"
    • Ballast: 3274 lbs
    • LOA: 32.58 feet
    • LWL: 29.42 feet
    Speed and Distance
    Accommodations
    • Single Berth No.: 4
    Engines
    • Number of Engines: 1
    • EngineType: Inboard
    • Engine(s) Make: Yanmar 3GM30F
    • Engine Model: Yanmar 3GM30F
    • Engine Year: 1996
    • Engine Fuel: Diesel
    • Engine Propeller Type: 3 Blade, Bronze
    • Engine Hours: 1,725
    • Engine Horsepower: 28.0 hp
    Tankage
    • Fuel: 1 x 18 gallons
    • Water: 1 x 55 gallons
    Miscellaneous
  • DescriptionsOpen or Close

    Engines

    Yanmar 3GM30F (1725 hours)
    PSS Dripless Shaft Seal (2013)
    Three (3) Bronze Blade Bronze Prop

    Accommodations

    The boat has a 2 cabin, 1 head layout with the spacious galley to port. The private aft cabin is to starboard with closet and a surprisingly large sleeping area. The head compartment is to starboard coming down the companionway. The salon consists of a dinette to starboard, with a table that is able to drop down to form a double berth and a straight settee to port. The chart table faces aft and is against the galley bulkhead. Forward is the private V-berth cabin.

    Nice Blue Cloth Interior
    Four (4) Cafrano Bora 12V low amp draw fans (2015) 3 speed
    All LED Lighting interior as well as Running Lights (Anchor, Stern, Bow)
    Hatches 'n Ports w/screen
    Glass 'n Hatches rebedded (2017)



    Galley

    U Shaped Galley w/drawers and cabinets
    Dual Stainless Steel Sinks w/ Hot 'n Cold Pressurized Water
    Three (3) Burner ENO Propane Stove w/Oven
    12VDC Adler Barbour Cold Plate Refrigeration

    Electronics

    Garmin 740S Chartplotter w/AirMar Transducer GMI-10 and
    GWS10 Anemometer (Wind Vane not installed)
    New Raymarine Evolution Wheel Auto Pilot EV-100
    B&G V50 VHF w/AIS receiver displays on Chartplotter
    w/ two rechargeable hand held units
    NMEA 2000 
    West Marine AM/FM CD Stereo w/USB

    Sails 'n Rigging

    Main and Head Sail in Excellent Condition
    Main Sail (Precision) 2013
    Stack Pack w/lazy jacks
    Head Sail 145 (Doyle) 2011 on Profurl furler
    Head Sail 110 Hi-Cut (Johnson)
    Asymmetrical Spinnaker w/Sock

    On Deck


    Cockpit Cushions

    Ground Tackle

    Mantus Anchor (35lb)
    Bruce Anchor
    Danforth Anchor
    5/16 inch chain (35 feet)
    150 ft of Nylon rode

    Manufacturer Provided Description

    When it comes to cruising, the Oceanis range is robust and reliable. They sail on all the seas of the world, whatever the state of the sea and the wind. The technology used for their construction has been well tried and tested: the inner moulding, a real framework for the hull, is strengthened in areas of stress and gives maximum rigidity. As with all the Oceanis, the Oceanis 321 benefits from the results of research carried out by Beneteau's Research and Development department: between the gelcoat and the laminate, the Beneteau Water Shield (a Beneteau patent) is a real shield against the porosity of the gelcoat, and thus protects the hull. Her hull is fast and efficient on all points of sail, with a long waterline and a plumb bow, that cuts through the waves and the chop with ease. Her bulb keel with wings and her rudder protected by a skeg give her helm a nice feel, a moderate heel and excellent stability, while maintaining a shallow draft. The Oceanis 321 is also generous on deck, with a large "T" shaped cockpit; numerous portholes and hatches for ventilation; the simplicity of the handling lines (brought back to the cockpit on jammers), and quality winches and equipment, including rigid vang, furling genoa kept clear of the anchor, standard wheel steering, and opening transom with swim platform in skirt. A classic mast version is available. Numerous portholes provide plenty of ventilation in the salon and cabins. The interior volume of this 32.5-foot sailboat is truly astonishing: from the "L" shaped galley to port, to the saloon settee to starboard, from the forward cabin to the aft cabins, the space has been perfectly distributed for maximum pleasure and comfort. The warm atmosphere of the Oceanis 321 is enhanced by the richness of finely crafted varnished cherry woodwork.

    Equipment List (Factory)

    Oceanis 321 Specifications - Standard Equipment Construction - Hull: Laminated GRP hull with internal fiberglass hull liner, reinforced with unidirectional rovings - Deck: Balsa sandwich for stiffness plus thermal and acoustic insulation. Deck liner for additional insulation and easy maintenance - Interior Wood: Varnished cherry Deck equipment - Bow pulpit in S-S, with red - green navigation lights - Stern pulpit in S-S with ring buoy and flag staff supports - 6 x 20" stanchions with double lifelines and gates port and starboard - 2 teak handrails on coachroof - Extruded anodized aluminum toe rail - Stemhead fitting with 2 mooring fairleads and 1 anchor roller - 2 aft mooring fairleads - 4 anodized aluminum mooring cleats and 2 midship fairleads - Chain locker with windlass shelf, 1 cleat and eye strap for anchor rode - 2 genoa sheet tracks with cars - Coachroof mounted mainsheet system - 1 quadruple deck organizer on starboard side to lead control lines aft to cockpit Included in Roller Furling Mast Version - 2 clam cleats on mast for genoa halyard and main halyard - 1 general purpose cleat on mast for stowage of genoa and main halyard - 4 rope clutches on deck for solid vang line, mainsail inhaul, mainsail outhaul and mainsheet Included in Classic Mast Version - 1 clam cleat on mast for genoa halyard - 1 general purpose cleat on mast for stowage of genoa halyard - 4 rope clutches on deck for mainsheet, reef 1, reef 2 and main halyard - Genoa roller furling line is led back along the toe rail to a pivoting cam cleat on the toe rail - 1 coachroof mounted Lewmar 16 STO winch for halyards and 2 x 40 STO winches for genoa sheets - 1 sail locker - 1 molded locker for gas bottle - Steering wheel 32" diameter - Access via door to stern bathing platform - Recessed swim ladder - Cockpit shower on transom - Stern light - Transom fender Rigging - Anodized aluminum furling mast and boom, one set of spreaders - Solid mechanical boom vang - S-S rigging forestay, baby stay, aft lower shrouds, cap shrouds, twin backstays - Running rigging 1 mainsheet, 2 genoa sheets, 1 mainsail halyard, 1 genoa halyard, 1 main boom topping lift, 1 vang line, Roller Furling Mainsail version: 1 genoa roller furling line, 1 mainsail inhaul line, 1 mainsail outhaul, Classic Mast Version: reef 1, reef 2, 1 mainsail outhaul - Genoa furling with drum above deck Sails - Furling mainsail on roller furling mast version - Full battened mainsail on classic mast version - 155% Furling genoa Accommodations: Forward Cabin - Double berth 5'11" x 6'11" - Mattress high density foam with removable cover - Hanging locker - Storage space beneath berth - 2 halogen reading lights - 1 opening hatch 12-7-8" x 18" with roller blind - 1 forward facing fixed portlight 25-1-2" x 8-1-2" Salon to Starboard - Salon table with U-shaped settee. Can be transformed into double berth - Storage space beneath settee - 1 halogen overhead light - 1 opening deck hatch 12-7-8" x 18" with roller blind - 1 fixed hatch above the table with curtain 25-1-2" x 8-1-2" - 1 fixed portlight on coachroof coaming 25-1-2" x 8-1-2" - 1 fixed hull portlight 25-1-2" x 8-1-2" Salon to Port - 1 settee seat with storage under - 1 chart table aft facing with storage space outboard - 8 function electrical panel - 1 electronics installation panel - 1 halogen overhead light - 1 white light over chart table - 1 fixed hatch 25-1-2" x 8-1-2" above the settee with curtain - 1 fixed portlight on coachroof coaming 25-1-2" x 8-1-2" - 1 fixed hull portlight 25-1-2" x 8-1-2" Galley to Port - Headroom 6'3" - 1 Stainless steel double sink with mixing faucet - Pressurized fresh hot and cold water - Trash can - 3 burner stove with oven, stainless steel safety bar and thermocouple safety shutoff - Icebox 4.7 cubic feet insulated with polyurethane foam - 6 gal. hot water heater - Storage lockers - 1 halogen overhead light - 1 fluorescent light - 2 opening ports on the coaming 5" x 12" Head - Headroom 6'1" - Wash basin with mixing faucet for pressurized hot and cold water - Shower - Stowage lockers - Mirror - USCG approved marine head with holding tank, 15 gals - Open molded wet locker - Discharge of used water via 12V electrical bilge pump - 1 halogen overhead light - 1 opening port 5" x 12" on the coachroof coaming Companionway - Headroom 6'3" - Removable steps for access to engine, fiberglass with nonskid covering - 2 wood grab rails - Plexiglas sliding panel - Drop board Aft Cabin - 1 cabin with double berth 7'3" x 4'11" - Mattress 4.75" thick with removable cover - Lockers - Hanging locker - Stowage space - 1 engine access panel - 3 halogen overhead lights - 1 opening port on the transom 5" x 12" - 1 opening port in the coaming 5" x 12" - 1 opening port into the cockpit 5" x 12" - Curtains Engine Equipment - 28 hp 3 cylinder diesel - 16 gal. fuel tank - Engine compartment with eggshell foam insulation - Shaft protected by fiberglass molded skeg - 3 bladed fixed prop 16 x 12 RH25 - Exterior engine panel on coaming protected by Plexiglas - Hour meter - Fuel gauge Miscellaneous Equipment - 1 manual bilge pump - 1 electric bilge pump - 1 water tank (55 gals.) built into hull liner - 1 propane bottle - Teak flagstaff - Owner's manual Electrical - 110V shore power system with 4 outlets - Battery charger 20 amp - Battery box with wiring, interior dimensions (L: 13-3-4", W: 7-1-2", H: 10-1-2") Keel - Lead bulb keel Oceanis 321 Optional Equipment - Classic mast with full batten mainsail & light pack by Doyle - Microwave oven - Stereo system, CD, AM-FM Cassette - 12V Refrigeration - Blue or green cushions - Gennaker gear with 2 sheets - Manual windlass - Coach roof mainsheet traveler - 1 extra winch port side 16 CSTO - Opening hatch over galley 13" x 13" - Opening hatch over aft cabin 13" x 13" - 2 opening ports in lieu of fixed in main salon - Hatch screen - Cradle

  • Broker InfoOpen or Close

    Additional Contact Information

    CONTACT Listing Broker Kevin Welsh in Melbourne at 321.693.1642
    EYS BROKER OF THE YEAR 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016

    Kevin@EdwardsYachtSales.com

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