A modern family cruiser
with twin aft cabins, the Bènèteau Oceanis
361 offers good cruising performance with a very spacious interior,
including a very large heads compartment. The Clipper designation refers to a model supplied from new with an enhanced inventory and specification, and this 2002 one-owner example has some further extras, including teak decks, upgraded winches etc. As one of the rare lift-keel versions, she also offers great cruising versatility and the use of shallow or even drying moorings.
3 plus saloon
3' 7" to 7'
Volvo MD2030 diesel
Shallow winged iron fin keel with centreboard and twin spade rudders
Built from 1998 to 2003, the Oceanis 361 and Clipper
361 was the model which replaced the very successful and long-running
Oceanis 351 model. Designed by Jean Berret and Olivier Racoupeau,
the aim was to produce a boat which could serve both the charter
and family cruiser market.
The Oceanis 361 was built with a choice of two or three
sleeping cabin layouts, and with shallow winged fin or deeper
bulbed fin keel options. There was also a less common twin-ruddered
centreboard version - this boat for sale is one of these.
The iron centreboard is contained inside a substantial shallow winged iron keel, with a screw-jack lifting mechanism operated by a winch handle socket set into the saloon table. The boat is designed to dry out on it's keel base and the twin rudders, which have sacrificial protective caps at the tips.
Yachtsnet photographs February 2015
and March 2016
Eberspacher D3LC hot-air diesel heating with outlets in all cabins
Water tank capacity
believed 200 litres plus 22 litres in calorifier. Hot water from engine or shorepower.
Eno two-burner and oven - gas
Coolbox with Frigomatic refrigeration
Avon inflatable - old
Honda 2 hp four-stroke
are believed to be correct but cannot be guaranteed and are subject
to confirmation by the purchaser subject to still being available.
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