2001 Beneteau Oceanis 361 shallow fin keel, Owners version with one aft cabin. Supplied new by Foxs Yacht Sales to her original owner. British SSR Registered, UK VAT paid.
Designed by Groupe Finot and built by Chantiers Beneteau, 2001.
White GRP hull with blue style lines – Hull re-sprayed 2017.
External cast iron fin keel with winglets. Cable linked wheel steering to semi balanced rudder. Leather covered wheel. Emergency tiller.White GRP deck, superstructure and self draining aft cockpit Moulded non-slip deck surfaces. Teak laid cockpit seats, cockpit sole and teak handrails on coachroof. GRP, structural inner moulding with cherry stained internal joinery. Sugar scoop stern with teak laid bathing platform and bathing ladder. Underwater hull surfaces epoxied 2017.
Volvo 2030 28hp, 3 cylinder, diesel engine fitted in sound deadened box beneath the companionway. Fresh water cooled with heat exchanger. Reversing reduction gearbox (new 2014), shaft driven 2 bladed propeller. Disc type rope cutter. Electric start. Single lever controls.
Engine rebuilt 2011, new gearbox 2014.
Lewmar bow thruster – new 2015 – with dedicated battery
Fuel: 75 litre polythene diesel tank located under aft berth.
Freshwater: 357 litres in 2 plastic tanks
Hot water: 25 litres – heated by engine & 240v immersion.
12 volt system – 1 x 85ah service & 1 x 85ah engine batteries – 2011 - with isolation switches.. Charging by engine driven alternator. Distribution board with circuit breakers. 12v socket. Interior 12v lighting inc. red night light over nav station.12v Nav lights – bow, stern, steaming/deck and masthead tri-white navigation lights,
220 volt system – Shore power system with lead, inlet socket, RCCB, battery charger, immersion heater, and 220v outlets in each cabin.
Sparcraft –Silver anodised alloy deck stepped, twin spreader in-mast furling mast and boom. Facnor furling headsail system with twin grooves. 1x19 stainless steel wire standing rigging with twin backstays new 2009, checked by Rigmagic 2012.. Spring rod kicker. Running rigging led to 10 x Spinlock cockpit clutches.
2 x Lewmar 44 CST genoa sheet winches on cockpit coaming.
2 x Lewmar 30 (1 of which CST) halyard winches on coachroof.
Mainsail – Technique Voile – Original
Genoa – Technique Voile – Original with blue sacrificial strip - 2010
Vanessa Amande Grey/green upholstery and matching curtains. Cherry internal woodwork with varnished cabin floors. Pressurised hot (calorifier or immersion) and cold water to galley and heads.
Diesel fired warm air cabin heating
Kenwood stereo radio/CD with saloon speakers
Altius flat screen TV & masthead aerial
Daewoo 240v 800w microwave oven
For up to 6 in 2 cabins and saloon. From forward - Forecabin with double berth, stowage below, seat, hanging locker, opening deck hatch. Additional opening ports.
Saloon with settee berth to port and U shaped settee berth to starboard, Storage below and outboard. Central table with drinks locker and drop leaves either side. Opening deck hatch and four opening ports. Fixed windows in hull. Chart table to port with seat, storage, table, instruments and switchboard.
Large galley aft to port. Gimballed ENO two burner gas cooker and oven with gas shut off, twin stainless steel sinks, large top opening cold box with foot pump for drainage, front opening 12v fridge, good stowage.
Heads Large moulded heads compartment to starboard with Jabsco manual sea toilet, wash basin and separate shower & stall with teak seat and electric shower drain.
Aft cabin to starboard with huge double berth, hanging locker and 2 opening ports.
Plastimo Olympic 135 compass.
B&G Network Quad Log, speed and depth
B&G Network Wind speed and direction
B&G Network autopilot to LS linear drive arm.
Garmin 128 GPS plotter at chart table
Navman 900 GPS plotter at chart table
Raymarine 7” e7D Hybrid touch screen plotter - 2013 in pedestal pod
Raydome radar scanner – 2013 linked to e7D
Onboard network /wifi
Icom M501 VHF daio with DS100 DSC controller
Deep aft cockpit with rear lowering gate. Deep cockpit locker. GRP steering pedestal with instrument displays and engine controls. Wide side decks.
Stainless pulpit, split sternguard with outboard stowage bracket, stanchions and guard wires, Fold down swim ladder. Alloy toe rail. Bow, stern and spring mooring cleats, genoa tracks with roller cars. Mainsheet track with traveller and adjusting tackles mounted in front of sprayhood.
Lewmar electric anchor winch with chain gypsy and warping drum.
Brittany anchor with chain and warp in draining locker. Teak coachroof grab handles. Self draining deep cockpit with two large side lockers, stern cave locker, midships foot brace, gas locker with bottle. 2 x winch handle pockets. Removable cockpit table. Lowering stern seat for access to the stern bathing platform fitted with cold freshwater shower. Fenders and mooring warps.
Blue folding sprayhood (New ‘15) with s/s frame.
Zip-on cockpit tent with s/s frame.
Avon 6 man canister liferaft - requires service
Manual and electric bilge pump - 2011
Firdell Blipper radar reflector
Side deck webbing Jackstays
One of the most popular models in the Beneteau range over the years the Oceanis 361 offers comfortable, quick, safe and easy cruising.
On deck there is a well protected cockpit with wide sidedecks for ease of movement. The sail plan is simple and efficient with all controls led aft.
Below decks the accommodation is very impressive. She has a social saloon, large U-shaped galley with plenty of stowage both in the fridge and various cupboards, huge heads with a separate shower cubicle and cabins with very good sized berths.
"Encore" benefits from having a recent structural repair carried out by Fox’s Marina under the supervision of a prominent local surveyor.
In this instance Fox’s Yacht Sales are acting as brokers for the vendor. The vendor has provided the information and whilst we endeavour to ensure the accuracy, the details are believed to be correct but are not guaranteed. Any prospective purchaser is advised to check the boat specification thoroughly and to employ at their expense a qualified marine surveyor and/or engineer to check the specification and condition of this craft and its equipment.