2017 Beneteau Oceanis 41.1 for sale
Price: 180,000 €, VAT not paid
Maximum number of people on board: 8
Architect: Finot - Conq Architectes
Engine: Yanmar 4JH45
Refrigerators (quantity and volume): 1 x 80 l
Service batteries: 4 x 180 Ah AGM
Starter Batteries: 1 x Excide EM1000
Year built: 2017
Location: Montenegro, Lustica Bay
The yacht is completely ready to sail.
Operated on the Adriatic for 2-3 weeks every season. The yacht has never been in emergency situations. The sails were stored every year in a dry warehouse. Reason for the sale: Buying a larger yacht.
The stern platform is an electric lifting platform.
Classic grotto - 40 sq.m.
Automatic jib - 33 sq.m.
Zero twisted code - 78 sq.m.
Inverter 2000 W
Heating system Webasto
Dinghi 2.7 m
Outboard engine Honda 2.3 hp
The package includes two SUP boards, a folding lounge chair, cockpit cushions, outboard dinghy, 8 standard fenders and 2 round fenders, spray hoods and bimini.
The interior is made in light colors. Cabin pillows are altered, a capsule coffee machine, a large front-loading and top-loading refrigerator, a large sink, an electric toilet and a large shower are installed. A double door to the bow cabin.
Master stateroom with large double bed in the center. L-shaped galley with ample storage space.
Convenient sail control from the cockpit. Covers for the table and steering wheels.
|Fresh water, l||250|
* More detailed information can be obtained by ordering the catalog
Cost - 180 000 €
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