- €65,000 (£57,546)
- Oceanis 393
- Tax Status
- Tax Paid
- 12 m
- 4.0 m
- Engine Make
- Draft Max
- 1.9 m
- Engine Model
- Fin Keel
- Engine Count
- Hull Material
- Boat Type
- RB Ref
About this Beneteau Oceanis 393
One of the most popular yachts produced by Beneteau; With the Berret Racoupeau Yacht Designed Beneteau Oceanis 393 you can have both comfort and performance. The streamlined under-water profile and well-balanced sail plan guarantees ease of handling with fast but safe passage making balanced with a comfortable roomy interior.
This Beneteau Oceanis 393 is very well maintained and presented. She sleeps eight in three cabins and saloon and benefits from two heads/showers and many upgrades since she was purchased by her current experienced owner in 2007.
Auxiliary powered by a Yanmar 56 hp diesel engine; other features of this Beneteau Oceanis 393 include a full batten slab reef mainsail and Genoa both good condition. lazy jack mainsail stowage system, electric windlass, stern arch with 4 x 130 watts solar panels, bimini, spray hood, full set of side-screens, winter cover for the cockpit, holding tank.
Navigation equipment includes DCS VHF, GPS, Chart plotter, AIS Transreceiver and autopilot.
Safety equipment includes 8 man life raft, fire extinguishers, life jackets & safety harnesses, horseshoe lifebuoy and man overboard recovery system.
Complete with new Xtreme 250 tender with wood floor and UV protection cover.
Turkish Registered and Turkish VAT paid for secure transfer of Title. (This vessel is not EU VAT paid)
Hull: solid GRP laminate, inner moulded structure bonded and laminate onto hull
Deck: balsa sandwich for greater rigidity and for thermal and sound insulation
Round bilged hull, fin keel
Rig And Sails
Mast head sloop rig with rigid vang
Z Spar anodised aluminium mast & boom
Profurl genoa furling drum & foil
Stainless steel 1 x 19 wire standing rigging (Replaced in 2008, checked annually)
Neil Pride full batten slab reefing mainsail in good condition (Original, Offshore
model, 32 square meters)
Q-Sail genoa in good condition with blue UV protection strip (2007, good condition,
43 square meters)
Lazyjack mainsail stowage system with integral blue canvas lazy bag (Q-Sail, good
2 x self-tailing Lewmar 48 two speed genoa winches on cockpit coaming
2 x self-tailing Lewmar 30 two speed halyard winches on coach roof
Adjustable genoa tracks on side decks
Deck organisers & adjustable main sheet traveller on coach roof
Lofrans Tigres electric anchor windlass with 10mm gypsy (reconditioned in 2012)
Delta anchor with 90 metres of chain + Danforth kedge anchor (chain + warp)
Bimini cloth renewed and extended to the arch (August 2012)
New spray hood (Spring 2013).
Full set of side-screens for more privacy in marinas and protection from the strong
New winter cover for the cockpit which is ideal for those planning to
prolong their stay on board (early or late season) as it essentially creates a new living space.
Interior construction is in cherry and cherry-faced ply, with synthetic laminate flooring & Formica on hard-wear areas
The Beneteau Oceanis 393 Clipper was designed to sleep 8 in 3 cabins and the saloon (table converts to a double berth). Sakura is however at her comfortable best with a maximum of 4-5
The fwd master suite features a pulman style double berth & separate seating area, full length hanging cupboard. The fwd heads is en suite to the master cabin
The two aft cabins each have combined hanging & shelving storage area plus a double berth
The starboard aft cabin was fitted with a new mattress in the spring of 2013
The original dark blue microfibre upholstery is in reasonable condition throughout
Fans in cabins & saloon
Max headroom: 2.05m
Lateral galley to starboard
SMEV gas cooker with oven & grill (New 2015)
Water-cooled, top-opening fridge (12V, compressor changed in 2009)
Heads X 2
Hot & cold pressurised water in galley and heads (water boiler changed in 2010).
Foot pump in galley operates a fridge drain.
Cold water transom shower
1 x 55Ah engine start battery.
1 x 120Ah domestic battery.
4 x 130 watts solar panels fitted on the arch + 2 inverters
12v on board systems.
220v shore power connection.
Victron Centaur 12/40 battery charger (2013)
12v sockets at chart table and in cockpit.
2 pin 220v sockets at chart table, in cabins and in galley & saloon
Lowrance LVR-250 DCS VHF (2013)
Navico Axis RT 1200 VHF (original, installed on the binnacle)
Garmin 128 GPS unit (original)
Simrad NSS7 chart plotter (2013, installed on the binnacle)
AIS Transreceiver NAIS-400 Class B (2013)
Raytheon ST6000 tridata and autopilot (Original. Autopilot fully serviced in 2013)
8 man canister life raft. Zodiac Sea MP8 Class II (inspected 2013, valid for 3 years)
Fire extinguishers throughout
6 x life jackets & safety harnesses
Manual bilge pump in cockpit
Electric bilge pump with switch at fuse panel
Horseshoe lifebuoy with floating distress light
Man overboard recovery system.
Xtreme 250 tender with wood floor and UV protection cover