Beneteau designed the Oceanis 381 as a performance cruiser and she lives up to that design philosophy!!
The 381 performs exceptionally well under sail, she has a large cockpit in which to handle sailing duties that also allows for entertaining all your friends once back on the dock or on the hook. Down below the 381 feels like a much bigger boat, and will allow you to stretch your cruising into more days, and more distant locals!
Highland Spirit is a one owner boat that has been kept to the highest standards, and has been nicely update. Her next stewards will surely feel like they have happened upon one of the Pacific Northwest's true gems!
Full equipment list coming.
John Cooper - 206-909-8776 firstname.lastname@example.org
Tori Parrott - 206-618-0197
Ken Monaghan - 206-910-7459
Going down the companion way stairs the L-shaped galley is to port and includes a good sized double stainless steel sink, First Wave propane double burner stove with oven, top loading freezer, front loading fridge, and an abundance of cabinet and drawer storage!
Just to starboard is a good sized nav station which includes storage, lifting work surface with storage underneath, Icom VHF, Raymarine ST60+, Heart charger/inverter controller, heater control, 12v and 110v panels, and Weems & Plath clock/baro/temp.
Aft of the Nav station is a huge head with shower area and manual jabsco head.
Aft of the galley is the aft cabin with a large hanging locker and queen sized berth.
The saloon consists of a large semi-circle convertible sette, and a love seat opposite to the sette, and a TV mounted just behind the love seat.
Moving forward is the V-berth with a dressing seat to port along with hanging locker, and another hanging locker and cabinets to starboard.
A forced air diesel heat systems keeps the boat nice and warm!