Beneteau Oceanis 321

Length
32'6"
Year
1997
Fuel type
Diesel
Hull material
Fiberglass

Beneteau Oceanis 321

1997 Beneteau Oceanis 321

Engines:  Yanmar Diesel 3GM30 27 hp 3 Cylinder Inboard with 1355 Hours

Sailboat in terrific condition and very well maintained. All North Sails Canvas – In mast furling main, 135 Profurl headstay roller furling genoa, and pristine condition spinnaker. 3 bladed prop. Fresh oil change. Fresh bottom paint May 2020. Two new batteries May 2020. Mast removed, inspected and rigged in May 2020. Wheel steering. Sugar Scoop transom with easy swimming access and ladder. Lewmar winches, self tailing and all near the captain in the cockpit. Dacron running gear. LED lights. Fortress FX-16 anchor with chain nylon, 7.5kg Bruce style anchor and smaller Danforth anchor with chain and nylon.

Raytheon Ray45 VHF Radio, Raymarine ST6002 Autopilot, Autohelm Bidata, Plastimo Compass, bell, electronic flare, life sling, throw cushions and life jackets included, and outdoor matching bench cushions. Galley w/ 2 burner LPG stove and oven, Oster Microwave, Hot water heater, head, shower and Adler Barbour refrigerator. On deck Magma Gas grill with cover.

Freshwater boat stored on it’s sturdy steel cradle each winter. Premier slip at Harbor Cover Marina on Park Point in Duluth.

Very good condition interior w/ V-Berth Forward, port and starboard settees with dining table, Galley aft on port w/ enclosed head and shower. Private large double berth tucked under cabin in the stern. All certified fire extinguishers. New CO detectors.

Aft cockpit, fiberglass sloop sailboat. 32 ft, 7″ long and 11 ft, 3″ wide. Draft is 4ft, 3 in”. Built in 1997 in Marion, SC. External lead keel w/bulb.

April 2019 Survey Available.

Engines
Engine Brand Yanmar
Engine Model 3GM30
Engine Power 27 hp
Engine Cylinders 3 Cylinder
Engine Hours 1362 Hours
Engine/fuel type Diesel
Drive type Inboard
Dimensions
Length 32'6"
Beam 11'2"
Boat draft 4'7"
Performance
Tanks
Fresh water tanks 55 Gallons
Fuel tanks 18 Gallons

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