This Beneteau Oceanis 45 is specified to a high degree for very comfortable living aboard in both Northern European Waters and Sunnier Climes. Air conditioning, leather upholstery, diving compressor, generator and a watermaker are just the start of Charlotte Jane II's inventory.
The Beneteau Oceanis 45’s many innovations simplify life on board as much as they do when sailing her. The ocean beckons.
Listed below average price but above average specification after market evaluation.
STANDARD BENETEAU OCEANIS 45 (2013).
YANMAR 4JH5CE 39KW (54HP) DIESEL SD.
STANDARD DEEP CAST IRON KEEL.
3 CABINS 2 HEADS VERSION - ALPI MAHOGANY.
TEMPO SILVER UPHOLSTERY IN SALOON.
TRIM LEVEL : ELEGANCE 2012
THUNDER GREY HULL
PACK : EASY DOCKING 2012
PACK : ELECTRONIC 2012 SIMRAD
• Designed in accordance with European Directive requirements and according to CE certification
• Mono coque hull design in polyester
• Single structural inner moulding bonded to the hull
• Injection moulded deck in glass fibre/balsa sandwich, covered with «diamond- point» non-slip coating
• Hull-deck join screwed, bonded and trimmed with 1 bulwark
• Cast iron keel fixed with bolts and stainless steel backing plates
• Rudder hung with glass composite stock
• Grey metal hull colour.
• Standard mast 9/10 anodized aluminium deck stepped, 2 aft-swept spreaders
• Anodised aluminium boom
• Discontinuous stainless steel standing rigging
• 2 Backstays with bottle screws
• Rigid boom vang with tackle
• Genoa furling system with drum on the deck
• 2 Stand Up blocks for mainsail on fixed composite arch
• 2 Genoa tracks with piston adjusted traveller cars
• 2 Genoa sheet turning blocks
• Rigging run back to cockpit (except boom topping lift)
• Complete running rigging: Main halyard, genoa halyard with clutch on mast and cleat, Boom topping lift with cleat on mast, Mainsheet, 2 Genoa sheets, 2 rapid reefing lines, 1 manual reef
• 7 Clutches
• 2 halyard bags
• 2 Self-tailing genoa sheet winches (H50.2 STC)
• 2 Self tailing coach roof winches (H40.2 STC)
• 2 Aluminium winch handles Speed Grip
• 2 Winch handle boxes
• Furling genoa with UV protective strip
• Semi full batten written sail with slider and roller slider
• System: Lazy Jack and Lazy Bag in Natural colour
MOORING LINES - MOORING EQUIPMENT
• Self-draining chain locker - Clench bolt - Hatch cover
• Single roller stainless steel bow fitting with offset roller
• 1 12 V - 1000 W vertical electrical windlass - Remote control
• 6 Aluminium mooring cleats - Stainless steel chafing plate
• Access through deck hatch T60
• Stainless steel ladder
• Shelving unit
SAFETY ON DECK
• 1 Open stainless steel forward pulpit - Step
• 2 Stainless steel push pits
• 1 Lifebuoys support bracket
• 1 Outboard engine bracket
• Welded ring on push pit for flag
• Double guard lines and stainless steel stanchions - Side boarding gate on either side
• Self-draining cockpit
• 2 Cockpit lockers
• 2 Lockers in cockpit sole beneath helm's feet
• 1 Life raft locker under helm seat, in cockpit bottom (0,80 m x 0,40 m x 0,58 m / 2’7’’ x 1’4’’ x 1’11’’)
• 1 Gas locker for bottle(s) under the port helm seat
• Natural solid wood slatted cockpit benches
• 2 Steering wheel consoles: Stainless steel steering wheels - 900 mm diameter - Leather covered - Steering gear at the helm station - metal cable transmission system - Stainless steel handrail - navigation instrument support (optional instruments) - Cup holder
• 1 Deck filler for access to tiller system + Power supply access hatch
• 1 Tiller
• 2 Steering compass on binnacle
• Portside engine control and control panel
• Polyester cockpit table - 2 Leaves - miscellaneous locker - 2 Large storage space - 2 Stainless steel handrails - 12 V socket - lamp with shade
• 1 Cold water cockpit shower hose
• 1 Fixed composite arch - Integrated lights
• 2 Hinged PMMA companionway doors - Sliding hatch made of PMMA
SWIM DECK / STERN DECK
• Fully opening transom, convertible to bathing platform (2,85 m x 0,77 m / 9’4’’ x 2’6’’)
• Electrically operated
• Natural solid wood decking on swim platform
• 1 Stainless steel swim/boarding ladder - solid wood steps - folding
• Alpi Mahogany interior wood
• Parquet type laminated floors
• Fabric hull linings in saloon and cabins (White)
• Fabric upholstery
• Marine mattresses in the cabins
• Headroom: 2,00 m / 6’7’’
• Wooden saloon companionway with moulded wood suspended steps with non-slip surface
• 2 Stainless steel handrails
• Headroom: 1,97 m / 6’6’’
• U shaped saloon bench - double density foam
• Central seating on pantograph
• Saloon table in 1 piece - Varnished wood top with inlay - Aluminium legs
• Mirror on bulkhead
• Cupboards - Shelves and stowage along the hull - Storage under bench seats
• Shelves with stainless steel fiddles
• 2 Panoramic deck house windows with concertina blinds
• 2 Hull portholes with curtain
• 2 Opening portholes on coaming in side windows
• 1 Opening deck hatch with mosquito blind
CHART TABLE - PORT SIDE
• Sliding, can be configured with the armchairs - Placed against the forward bulkhead, against the galley or between the 2 mobile seats
• Table with flap - Moulded wood fiddle
• Switch panel on bulkhead for acess to electrical functions
• 1 Reading light
• Engine Yanmar Diesel: -57HP / 57HP Common Rail, Sail Drive (standard) - 80HP / 80 HP Common Rail, Sail Drive (Option)
• Engine control - Control panel in the port cockpit
• Engine compartment: Soundproofing foam - Ventilation: 1 air intake and 1 pressured air outlet
• 1 Alternator 12 V / 125 Ah
• 1 Roto-moulded diesel tank 200 L / 53 US Gal (under port aft berth) - Electronic gauge - Low level alarm - 1 Deck filler
• Filters: Sea water - Diesel - Water separator
• Fixed three blades propeller
• 1 Engine access through companionway (opening with 2 gas struts) -
2 Engine access through aft cabins
“On a very stable seaworthy hull, the Oceanis 45’s deck plan clears space and simplifies manoeuvring. She has made very good progress in her ability to combine sailing speed and the pleasure of living on board. Long cruises are now much safer.”
“The Oceanis 45’s many innovations simplify life on board as much as they do sailing. The ocean beckons.”
Safe and very convivial, the enormous cockpit is equipped with a table that can contain a refrigerated icebox. It also features a tactile multi-function screen and outdoor lighting.
The mainsail arch, characteristic of all the large Oceanis yachts is an important innovation that has led to many architectural developments, among which is a very gently sloping 45° companionway.
Sail World, John Curnow. AUS
2012 European sailboat of the year in the family cruiser category, eh?
It's a big wrap for the Beneteau Oceanis 45, but it's also a fair one. As a company, Beneteau have been happy to evolve the product and continue to meet their loyal customers demands. With this new Oceanis 45 however, the evolution is certainly more pronounced than before, possibly more akin to what Chris Bangle did with BMW’s styling not all that long ago. Maybe not such a paradigm shift, but certainly a clear demarcation.
Think of the new Oceanis 45 as a hybrid of the Beneteau First series and their Sense craft. The idea is blissfully simple and yet, no doubt quite hard to achieve. The objective is to give the Oceanis something like the on-water performance of her Beneteau First sisters and the cockpit space of the very open-planned Senses.
Excerts from Robert Perry review of the Beneteau Oceanis 45 from Sailing Magazine.
“Here is Beneteau’s newest offering for the cruising sailor. It’s a 45-footer designed by Finot-Conq. When I was young I was a real fan of Finot’s designs. They were always slightly different than the typical boat and they were always successful on the race course…"
The main is sheeted to a bridle on top of the arch,this gets the mainsheet out of the cockpit while allowing almost end-boom sheeting. This is good. The arch looks fine to me… When you have a stern as broad as this one there is plenty of room for the cockpit…
Now when you consider that Beneteau also had the Oceanis 48 on the go at the same time with Berret Racoupeau and that all three look similar, then the Beneteau team are to be congratulated for having the wherewithal to keep it all under control. The interiors were all by Nauta and continue the now very identifiable, open, dark timber, leather finished and slick approach.
Pittwater was the ideal location to test, I must add. The Oceanis 45 has a solid chine from her first stanchion all the way to her transom and is considerably less portly now at around 9.5 metric tonnes. She’s got her mast around 1.2m further aft than before and the companionway ladder is raked at 45 degrees, rather than 60 as previously, which deserves mention, for one lady summed it up when she commented that she can now easily go below facing forward. These are just some of things that you notice. The new Oceanis 45 does not feel like a small vessel.
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