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This second generation Oceanis is designed to provide her owners with plenty of cruising performance and comfort, blended with safety and true ease of handling. Her fin keel with bulb has a low center of gravity which allows her to sail efficiently on all points of sail while providing excellent stability. The large diameter, leather sheathed wheel, coupled to a counter-balanced rudder, provides precise and easy steerage under sail or when maneuvering under power in tight quarters. Application of Beneteau's patented Watershield System in the hull laminate provides protection against osmotic blistering. And by using a structural grid system in the hull, stiffness is ensured as well as correct rig and keel load distribution. In the interior, open spaces, fixed hull ports and skylights, many opening ports and hatches, provide an abundance of light and air. The galley is close at hand both to the cockpit and the salon so the chef is never far from the rest of the crew. The Oceanis 400 cockpit is a mastery of ergonomic design, giving plenty of elbow room to the largest of crews, whether underway or socializing around the cockpit table at the end of the day. High coamings provide plenty of back support and security for the crew. Genoa tracks and turning blocks are placed on the cabin top as is the mainsheet traveller. This positioning improves the sheeting angle of the genoa and enhances upwind performance. It also clears the side decks making them safer to use. The double spreader, furling mast has discontinuous rigging and forward lower shrouds. The furling mainsail is controlled by an inhaul and an outhaul line led aft to the maneuvering winch. All lines running aft from the mast to the cockpit are covered by a deck cowling. Genoa sheets and maneuvering lines are controlled by large self-tailing winches, and are used standing rather than sitting, making it easier for the crew. Rope tails are stored using tiebacks affixed to the coachroof. Lifeline gates are at maximum beam where they are most accessible. The anchor locker contains the standard manual anchor windlass and the below deck furling drum. The stemhead has two anchor rollers, one of which tilts and is balanced forward to allow easier lowering of the anchor. There is a single and double aft cabin version.
Side opening refrigerator and top down freezer.
2 burner gas stove.
Owners model, always been kept in fresh water.
Two cabins large port aft cabin and starboard Pullman birth.
One small aft head. Large head in fore peak.
Nice spacious salon area.
Starboard aft kitchen. Great underway galley.
2 water tanks. Forward 90 gallons. Aft 50 gallons.
Deck and Hull Equipment
New roller furling main sail. New jib. Genoa 150% still in decent shape.
All running rigging replaced.
New Lewmar traveler and new Lewmar line clutches. All new Schaefer blocks.
All teak removed from cockpit and replaced with custom Seadek.
New large Bimini. Covers whole cockpit. Very comfortable.
New rectangular magma grill.
Perkins m50 diesel. 200 hours.
40 gallon tank