|Modèle||Oceanis Clipper 523|
|Matériau de la coque||Fibre de verre|
|Statut en matière fiscale||Taxe payée|
|Longueur Hors Tout||16.2 m|
|Tirant d'eau max.||2.16 m|
|Type de quille||autre|
|Poids à sec||14999.98 kg|
|Type de moteur||Inbord|
|Marque du moteur||Yanmar|
|Modèle de moteur||4JH3HTE|
|Année du moteur||2005|
|Type d'entraînement||Prise directe|
|Type d'hélice||3 pales|
|Matériau de l'hélice||Bronze|
|Heures de moteur||2300|
|Réservoirs de carburant||450.05 litres|
|Réservoirs à eau douce||750 litres|
|Forme de la coque||Monocoque|
|Capacité radeau de survie||8|
|Garantie de la coque||Aucun|
This Beneteau Oceanis Clipper 523 in Spain is an extremely spacious, comfortable and seaworthy cruiser, ready to sail to any destination you propose. Only 2 owners: first one hardly sailed and second one sailed to the Med in 2013 and since then the boat is perfectly maintained and every year taken to the hard. Painted with Du-Pont system in 2021, shining now like new again. Yanmar engine in excellent condition, 2.300 engine hours. Handling is from the cockpit and the twin steering wheels allow the helmsman easy access to the controls and great visibility on either tack. Very generous accommodation with large, sociable saloon, a forward ensuite master cabin and two aft double berth ensuite cabins. There is also a crew cabin accessed by a deck hatch in the bow. For viewings contact Frans Bennekers, on firstname.lastname@example.org or phone (Spain) Plus Three Four Six Two Nine Nine Seven Nine Six Six Seven.
I : 65.09 ft
J : 20.77 ft
P : 60.79 ft
E : 22.28 ft
Working Sail Area : 1625.35 sq ft
Beschrijving geleverd door fabrikant
Designed by the Finot Group, this new hull reuses all the elements that made the success of the Býnýteau 50 and the latest evolutions in the Ocýanis range : fast hull with clear deck plan, rear cockpit with two wheels, coachroof on two levels with large panoramic window, spacious well ventilated accommodation, with a choice of top-of-the-range equipment, to go further quicker !
Lockers: ? 2 large sail lockers and stowage space for ropes. ? 2 lockers under helm seat. ? 1 double gas locker to port. Finish: Teak slatted cockpit floor and bench seats. Cockpit table and accessories: ? Teak drop-leaf cockpit table, stainless steel base and GRP support (bottle and glass stowage) and stainless steel handrail. The chart plotter fits into the back of support. ? Two glass holders at port and starboard helm positions. ? Two waterproof speakers. ? Inspection lamp with 12V socket (on table or engine control panel).
- OWNER?S CABIN FORWARD - ? Island Berth type double berth with slatted base (2.00m x 1.40m) with high-density foam mattress providing greater comfort. ? Numerous stowage places: - Shelving along the hull. - Two drawers under the berth. - Hanging locker to port. - Hanging locker to starboard. - Closed shelving to port and starboard with slotted doors. ? Bench seat to port. ? Dressing table with courtesy mirror and benchseat to starboard. ? Wood lining to hull sides. ? Two reading lamps with shades on bulkhead. ? Three halogen deckhead lights with two-way switch, and two strip-lights. ? 5 opening hatches. - TWO AFT CABINS (port and starboard) - ? Double berth 2m x 1.70m. ? Shelving along the hull. ? Stowage under cockpit ? Hanging locker. ? Wood lining to hull sides. ? Two opening ports to cockpit with curtains. ? Two opening ports with curtains on coachroof coaming. ? Two opening hatches with blinds. ? One deckhead light and two reading lights. - BOW CABIN (option) - Access to the bow cabin is through an opening deck hatch. A stainless steel ladder is installed along the bulkhead. ? Double berth 2m x 1.60m. ? Shelving along both sides of hull. ? Hanging locker. ? White inner lining. ? Three deckhead lights and two reading lights.
Electrical panel: ? 24 switch 12V electrical panel and a further 4 switches with 220V differentials. ? Circuit breaker. ? 12V sockets (chart table, owner?s cabin forward, cockpit table). Power Supply: ? The electrical circuit is supplied as standard by: - 4 x 140 Amp service batteries. - 1 x 140 Amp separate engine battery. ? Voltmeter. ? Ammeter. ? Battery charge warning light. ? Electric gauges for the 3 water tanks and electric fuel gauge for better resource management. Recharging batteries: ? By 220 V shore supply with 40 Amp battery charger. ? Alternator coupled to the engine with power distributor. Protection: ? Rigging earthed against lightning. Lighting and sockets: For the P6 Version (1 fwd cabin, 2 aft cabins, chart table stbd): 8 sockets, 36 halogen deckhead lights, 7 reading lights and 2 fluorescent deckhead lights, 3 lamps with shades, 4 night-lights (in plinths), 2 indirect lights in saloon. Navigation lights: The following are offered: Navigation lights (stern, bow), combined steaming and deck light, anchor light.
? Gimballed stainless steel 2-burner hob with oven and stainless steel safety rail. ? Two 12V 130L front opening electric fridges. (OPTIONAL electric 130L freezer) ? Micro-wave built into work surface unit. ? Synthetic resin work surface. ? Rectangular double stainless steel sink. ? Mixer tap with hot and cold pressurised water. ? Two opening ports with curtains. ? Opening hatch with blind. ? Numerous stowage units: - Closed cupboards to work surface along the hull with slotted doors for ventilation (designed to take an optional dishwasher). - Cutlery drawer. - Waste bin with front and work surface access (suitable for all waste). - Stowage with door under the hob. - Kitchen roll holder, bottle holder, double sliding vegetable baskets. ? Three halogen deckhead lights and one fluorescent deckhead light.
? Engine mounting built into the inner mould. ? Sound-proofed engine compartment with insulating foam. ? Engine control panel and control lever at starboard helm position. ? Stainless steel drive shaft with GRP skeg protection moulded into the hull. ? Fixed 3-blade propeller. ? Rotomoulded 450L fuel tank. (optional extra 200L capacity).
The hull is single-skinned GRP construction. A structural inner moulding is bonded and laminated to the hull at various points. Its structural role is important as it takes and absorbs the stresses at pressure points (chain plate tie rods, keel, rudder etc.) and spreads any loads, guaranteeing reduced strain on the hull. ? The surface to the inner hull makes cleaning easier and provides a better finish. ? The structure of the hull with the inner moulding provides housing for the diesel and water tanks in the central part, enabling an optimised weight ratio and giving excellent control of the longitudinal stability of the boat.
The deck is balsa sandwich construction for an optimal strength/weight ratio and good thermal and sound insulation. - MOORING AND ANCHORING - ? Welded stainless steel bow fitting. ? Two bow rollers. The starboard roller is offset for permanent anchor stowage. ? Six 400mm aluminium mooring cleats and stainless steel protection to the teak capping (bow, amidships, stern). ? Self-draining chain well with eyebolt for bitter end. ? 1800W horizontal electric windlass with circuit breaker and 12V relay, and integral up and down controls. ? 12mm gypsy. ? Double opening hatch cover for ease of access. - BATHING PLATFORM AND AFT DECK - ? Dedicated locker for boxed liferaft stowage in on aft deck. ? Wet locker to port on aft deck. ? Teak slatted bathing platform. ? Bathing ladder with teak treads. ? Cockpit shower with hot and cold pressurised water. ? Protective rubber rubbing strake to transom.
Designed in accordance with European RCD requirements and CE certification, these regulations ensure that the Océanis Clipper 523 incorporates the minimum safety requirements including: ? Safety and protection of persons on board. ? Durability of materials. ? Stability and safety. ? Safety when manoeuvring. ? Fire protection. ? Protection of the environment and reduction of engine emissions.