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Redemption
1994 | 35' Beneteau Oceanis 351 Sailboat for Sale

1994 Beneteau

35' (10.67m) Oceanis 351 - Redemption

It is not very often a blue water vessel comes to the market that is as ready to cruise as SV Redemption an Oceanis 351. This Beneteau beauty looks much younger than her age, and you will not be disappointed by her looks or performance.


Vessel ID# 2787422      Last Updated: 2022-04-04 11:12:36

$ 64,500 USD

€ 61,316 Euros
€ 82,455 CAD

Description

MAIN DESCRIPTION:

SV Redemption spent the bulk of her life sailing the Chesapeake Bay, which has a short season of only five or six months per year; she has been sailing to Florida and the Florida Keys for the last few winters. She was updated in 2017 and again in 2019 for long-range cruising by the current owner. The bright white gelcoat and beautiful woodwork reflect their pride of ownership. With two large cabins, Redemption is perfect for two couples or a family of four.


Beneteau describes their Oceanis line as “blue water cruisers” which have “set the standard for sailboat design and construction.”  Designed by Jean Berret and Phillipe Briand and produced by Beneteau between 1992 and 1997 the Oceanis 351/352 has sleek lines which offer fast and efficient sailing and cruising, as well as comfortable living space for short-term or long-term adventures. Considered particularly beamy at the time of its launch, the Oceanis quickly became known as “a comfortable family boat that is fun to sail.” The innovations of the Oceanis line include: a winged keel, a shallow bilge, slippery underwater sections and a lengthy waterline.


Despite more conservative estimates from her manufacturer, Redemption easily reaches an impressive 7+ knots in good wind (highest speed by owner is 8.6kts). She shares her hull with the Beneteau First 35.7, and her maximum waterline length and wide beam make for excellent stability in all weathers. In rough seas and strong winds, the Oceanis 351 has a good solid feel. The slab sided Dutchan and Lazy jacked main with roller-furling genoa make for nice easy rigging and this is a yacht that makes for easy and safe light or short-handed sailing.


A CE Class A Ocean Rated Vessel, Redemption is truly ready for a new owner to take her to new horizons.




Data Sheet

LOA: 35' " (10.67 Meters)

Type: Sail - Used

Year: 1994

Beam: 12' 5"

Bridge Clearance: 49' "

Draft Max: 5' "

Draft Min: ' "

Cabins: 2

Sleeps: 7

Queen Berths: 1

Heads: 1

Maximum Speed: Knots

Cruise Speed: Knots

Range NMI:

Fuel Type: Diesel

Hull Material: Fiberglass

Fuel Tank: 24 Gallons (90.85 Liters)

Fresh Water: 106 Gallons (401.25 Liters)

Holding Tank: 20 Gallons (75.71 Liters)

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OCEANIS 351 MAIN DESCRIPTION

SV Redemption spent the bulk of her life sailing the Chesapeake Bay, which has a short season of only five or six months per year; she has been sailing to Florida and the Florida Keys for the last few winters. She was updated in 2017 and again in 2019 for long-range cruising by the current owner. The bright white gelcoat and beautiful woodwork reflect their pride of ownership. With two large cabins, Redemption is perfect for two couples or a family of four.


Beneteau describes their Oceanis line as “blue water cruisers” which have “set the standard for sailboat design and construction.”  Designed by Jean Berret and Phillipe Briand and produced by Beneteau between 1992 and 1997 the Oceanis 351/352 has sleek lines which offer fast and efficient sailing and cruising, as well as comfortable living space for short-term or long-term adventures. Considered particularly beamy at the time of its launch, the Oceanis quickly became known as “a comfortable family boat that is fun to sail.” The innovations of the Oceanis line include: a winged keel, a shallow bilge, slippery underwater sections and a lengthy waterline.


Despite more conservative estimates from her manufacturer, Redemption easily reaches an impressive 7+ knots in good wind (highest speed by owner is 8.6kts). She shares her hull with the Beneteau First 35.7, and her maximum waterline length and wide beam make for excellent stability in all weathers. In rough seas and strong winds, the Oceanis 351 has a good solid feel. The slab sided Dutchan and Lazy jacked main with roller-furling genoa make for nice easy rigging and this is a yacht that makes for easy and safe light or short-handed sailing.


A CE Class A Ocean Rated Vessel, Redemption is truly ready for a new owner to take her to new horizons.



OCEANIS 351 INTERIOR ACCOMMODATIONS

SALON:

The interior of Redemption is beautifully appointed with well-maintained rich mahogany joinery. The companionway steps are curved up at the edges and feature non-slip treads and sturdy hand-holds. The two cabin layout features a wide beam carried almost to the transom, which significantly increases the interior space. The teak and holly sole is protected by a navy and cream colored area carpet.

                                                         

The salon has 6’ 4” headroom, which adds to its spaciousness. The galley is to port aft. The large reverse facing navigation station, also to port, makes it easy to communicate with anyone on deck. An amber light is mounted at the station for night navigation. There is also a large settee to port moving forward.


The U-shaped dinette to starboard can be converted to a large berth and has storage beneath the removable cushions. Two tables convey with the vessel, although only one beautiful wood table is shown in the photos. The fabric in the interior of Redemption is dark blue, and is in very good condition. 


The salon also features: teak storage racks, a mounted RCA TV with sound bar, a SMX reverse cycle AC/heat control panel, a ship’s bell, reading lights, overhead lights, mounted fans, a storage bin with bottle racks, electrical outlets, an overhead hatch, and numerous portlights all with shades or covers.


There are a total of four portlights in the hull, and 14 on deck (including two hatches with solar fans) that provide excellent natural light and ventilation.  They all have shades/covers to reduce UV damage or keep the cabin space cooler when needed.

GALLEY:

The galley is to port and aft, which is a preferred location for open water cruising. It features a counter access refrigerator/freezer, well-organized storage, and a clever trash bin with a self-opening lid. The gimballed propane stove with oven, and the microwave oven offer numerous cooking facilities. There is a portlight over the sink and a window to the cockpit which provide plenty of natural light.


The galley also features:

·      Frigaboat In-Counter Refrigeration with Digital Controller; 6.4 cubic foot fridge with freezer

·      Hot water - Shore Power and Engine (2011)

·      SeaFlow variable rate high volume pump with bladder (2016)

·      5 micron water filtration system with activated carbon plus spare filters (2016)

·      ENO Marine 3 burner gimballed propane stove, and oven with stainless steel crash bar      

·      CO, Propane, Smoke Detectors (2017)

·      Microwave – 700w with turntable which runs off the inverter

·      Double stainless steel sink with covers

·      Neutral well fiddled counters

·      Mounted paper towel rack

·      5 Cabinet pantry with teak storage organizer for dishware and cutlery

·      Access to the engine compartment


AFT STATEROOM:

Redemption features a large aft stateroom aft to starboard. The double berth is under the cockpit and goes all the way to the aft bulkhead. 


The stateroom features: two storage lockers under the berth, a custom-made Marine Specific Tufted Topper mattress topper, custom-made Cariloha bamboo sheets, custom-made bedding and comforter, a ceiling light, two reading lights, double mounted fans, a teak wall rack, open storage under the companionway steps, a hanging locker, a mirror, opening ports lights with covers and shades, fixed portlights with covers, access to the engine compartment, an engine light, and 6’ 4” of headroom in the dressing area.


HEAD:

The single head on Redemption is to starboard, between the aft stateroom and the dinette. It features: a Raritan manual head, a portlight with shade, a wall mounted fan, 6’3” headroom, two mirrored medicine cabinets, a shower, and a stainless steel towel rack with hooks. 


FORWARD V-BERTH STATEROOM:

The forward V-berth stateroom is well-appointed enough to be used as the owner’s cabin, so it is nice enough to be used by your guests. It features: 6’3” of headroom, a hanging locker, a storage locker with shelves, a custom-made Marine Specific Tufted Topper mattress topper, custom made Cariloha brand bamboo sheets, custom-made bedding and comforters, reading lights, portlights with integrated shades, a ceiling hatch with a solar fan and integrated shade, a mirror, and a teak and holly sole.


OCEANIS 351 HULL, DECK, AND COCKPIT

· ·    Hull and deck are bright white with Grey Stripe, updated 2017 Beneteau Livery and Decals

·      Pettit 4 Layer Epoxy Barrier coat applied to fresh sandblasted hull (2017)

·      Barrier coat reaches up to top of boot stripe

·      4 coats Bottom paint Pettit Hydrocoat SR (2 blue/2 black) (2017)

·      Trademarked balsa, resin, and fiberglass “sandwich deck” for strength without weight

·      2 fresh coats Pettit Hydrocoat SR (06/2021)

·      Green canvas with several extra parts ($10,000 in 2015)

·      Dodger and Bimini with removable connectors (2) and grey sunscreens

·      Helm Cover in Matching Canvas and two zippers

·      Aluminum Toe Rail w/Stainless Stanchions/Pulpit and Pushpits

·      Bimini frame uprated with .120 wall Stainless for integrated solar arch and davits

·      Walk-through stern with folding seat

·      Swim platform with ladder with teak rungs and stainless steel hand-hold

·      Transom shower

·      Manual dinghy davit system

·      Stainless steel steering wheel

·      Olympic 135 compass

·      Teak inlaid cockpit seats

·      Cockpit table with drop leafs and (4) bottle/drink cup holders

·      Cooler with drain built into center of cockpit table

·      Oversized lazarette to port in cockpit

·      Single bottle propane locker aft to port in cockpit

·      Lazzerette to starboard in cockpit

·      Locking Plexiglass hatch to the interior

·      Zippered screen on the hatch to the interior  


OCEANIS 351 SAILS AND RIGGING

·      Slab Sided Main w/ Jiffy Reefing, Dutchman Flaking and Lazy Jack Setup Main

·      Profurl Roller for Genoas mounted below deck

·      North Sails Tri-Radial Cruising Dacron laminate 140 Genoa (New 2018)

·      Additional 155% Dacron Cruising Genoa – older but very usable

·      2 Empty Sail Bags - for current sails on vessel        

·      Solid Boom Vang

·      Aft lead lines for single-handing – (New 2018 from Cajun Ropes)

·      (2) Lewmar 44CST primary winches

·      Cabintop Mainsheet Traveler

·      Windex

·      Whisker Pole w/ Mast Mount

·      Standing Rigging replaced in 2014

·      2 Radar reflectors on lower shrouds (tested)

·      One flag line on starboard side

OCEANIS 351 ENGINE AND MECHANICAL

·   ·  Perkins M30 3 Cylinder Diesel Engine 2300 hours

·      Engine hours are more than exact due to hour meter wiring to heat exhaust blower motors.

·      This just means maintenance was done more often than needed.

·      PRM60 Transmission (Replaced 2019 @ 980 hours)

·      0.6gph consumption at 2800rpm – 6kts; 0.4gph at 2400rpm – 5kts

·      New Starter (6/2021 - Old unit kept as spare)                      

·      New 90amp Alternator (3/2022 - Old unit kept as spare)   

·      One Toolkit included for routine maintenance plus filter wrench 


OCEANIS 351 PROPELLER

·      3 Blade Bronze 16x9 Prop with Cutter Wheel and Zinc (Zincs replaced 2/2022)

OCEANIS 351 ELECTRICAL

·      Renogy 460w Solar Panel on Dingy Davits  

·      Renogy Solar Charge Controller w/Temperature compensation

·      2000/4000w Pure Sine power inverter with Selectable Switch for Inverter/Shore power selection to house A/C system

·      500AH AGM House Battery bank (Tested to 94% capacity 1/2022)

·      Starting Battery (9/2021)

·      Digital Battery monitor (Recalibrated 1/2022)

·      110 volt 30amp shore power w/50’ shore power cable (2018)

·      16,000 BTU Air Conditioning w/ Reverse Cycle Heat/Programmable Dehumidifier and SMX II Controller (2012)

·      Powermania V3 Turbo 40amp 4 stage Battery Charger and Conditioner (2016)

·      Cockpit light on Helm and Cockpit Red/White light on bimini frame

·      LED running lights

·      USB 3.1 and 12V Sockets at Nav Station, V-Berth and Dinette

·      (2) 12v Sockets at helm

·      LED Bulbs throughout 3800-4200k to match natural incandescent bulb light and reduce power consumption by 90%

OCEANIS 351 ELECTRONICS

·      Raymarine ST50 Depth/Speed, GPS Indicator and Anemometer (Rebuilt Mast Head transducer)

·      Raymarine C90W AIS/GPS/CAM/Radar Chartplotter with updated charts for SE USA/Bahamas

·      AIS Receiver with GPS/NMEA 0183 and Seatalk Duplexer/ Wifi for Chartplotter/tablet/phone integration

·      22” RCA TV/DVD with Bluetooth sound bar in main cabin

·      28” LG Smart TV in forward cabin on swivel mount

·      Mast mounted Digital TV Antenna with signal booster

OCEANIS 351 GROUND TACKLE

·      Anchor Roller and Locker

·      Manual Windlass with 5/16” G4 Gypsy wheel

·      45lb Mantus M1 Anchor w/Mantus swivel (2x Over rated for vessel)

·      100’ 5/16” G43 ACCO Chain

·      200’ 8 Plait 5/8” Anchor Rode

·      25’ 5/8” Anchor Bridle with Mantus Chain Catch

OCEANIS 351 ADDITIONAL UNIT

2020 West Marine RU-250 Dinghy, near new condition; can be stored on manual davit system or in lazarette to port. This tender can take an engine up to 5hp. No motor included, stern rail mount for engine is.


OCEANIS 351 ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

·      Solar Panel setup doubles as a rain catch, 1 gallon per hour at 1” per hour rain.

·      Every hatch and port have a shade/cover to reduce UV damage and heat in interior of vessel.

·      Manuals, diagrams, receipts since new and logbooks convey with the vessel.

OCEANIS 351 DIMENSIONS, TANKAGE, AND ENGINE

DIMENSIONS:

LOA: 35’

Beam: 12.5’

Draft: 5’ – 3750 lbs Fin Keel with Wings and Bulb

Bridge Clearance: 49’ with Antenna; 47’ Mast Height

Displacement: 12,000#     

Sail Area/Displacement: 19.42

Displacement/Length: 178.44

Ballast/Displacement: 31.25

PHRF: 150


TANKAGE:

Fuel: 24 gal

Water: 106 gal: 50 fwd, 50 aft, 6 aux

Holding: 20 gal (New 2019)

ENGINE 1:

Year: 1994

Maker: Perkins

Model: M30

Fuel: Diesel

Power: 28 HP

Hours: 2300

OCEANIS 351 EXCLUSIONS

The personal effects of the owners do not convey with the vessel. DVDs and books not specifically related to the vessel, dishes, cutlery, cooking utensils, pots, pans, and provisions are also excluded from the sale.


OCEANIS 351 MECHANICAL DISCLAIMER

Engine and generator hours are as of the date of the original listing and are a representation of what the listing broker is told by the owner and/or actual reading of the engine hour meters. The broker cannot guarantee the true hours. It is the responsibility of the purchaser and/or his agent to verify engine hours, warranties implied or otherwise and major overhauls as well as all other representations noted on the listing brochure.

OCEANIS 351 DISCLAIMER

The company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change or withdrawal without notice.

ENGINES

Engine 1
  • Engine Make: Perkins
  • Engine Model: M30
  • Engine Year: 1994
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Drive Type: Stern
  • Power HP: 28.00
  • Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Hours: 2300.00

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For more information about this yacht please contact Curtis Stokes and Associates, Inc.
We look forward to working with you!

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Thomas Russell

Thomas Russell

Certified Professional Yacht Broker

Fort Lauderdale, FL
Direct: 1-904-382-9610
Toll Free: 1-855-266-5676
Office: 1-954-684-0218
Email: tom@curtisstokes.net

Tom was born in Portsmouth, VA but grew up on Navy bases in Mayport, Morocco, Maine, the Philippines, Guam, and finally in Washington State, where he enlisted in the US Navy.

The next 20 years were spent in the boiler rooms of USN cruisers, destroyers, and aircraft carriers as he circumnavigated the globe. Tom retired from the Navy, having achieved the rank of Master Chief Petty Officer, and settled in southern New Jersey. He then spent 15 years as Director of Facilities in hospitals, nursing homes, and school districts before starting his own company managing homeowner and condominium associations.

Tom and his wife Diane have enjoyed cruising the Chesapeake Bay, where they decided the live-aboard lifestyle was perfect for them. They bought their current aft cabin motor yacht and relocated to Jacksonville, FL in 2016 as full time cruisers.

Tom and Diane have enjoyed travel throughout the US and abroad. Tom served on the board of their yacht club, and is a Free & Accepted Mason, as well as a member of the Scottish Rite. He also enjoys riding his motorcycle with the Patriot Guard Riders, who serve as flag lines at veteran’s funerals.

He is thoughtful in his approach, researches answers thoroughly, and gets satisfaction from solving a problem. He frequently thinks “outside of the box” to achieve a solution. He brings that same thoughtful thoroughness to finding the right boats for his buyers, and the right buyers for his sellers. His military upbringing and background contribute to his tenacity and integrity.

Tom is a member of MTOA, AGLCA, and the Florida Yacht Club, and recently completed the Yacht Broker Institute course “Fundamentals & Essentials of Yacht Brokerage”

Tom can be reached by email at Tom@CurtisStokes.net or by phone at 904-382-9610.

Curtis Stokes & Associates

Curtis Stokes & Associates

Fort Lauderdale, FL
Phone: 1-954-684-0218
Toll Free: 1-855-266-5676
Fax: 1-954-807-1445
Email: info@curtisstokes.net
Website: https://www.curtisstokes.net

Curtis Stokes & Associates are headquartered in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. The Fort Lauderdale office is run by president and yacht broker Curtis Stokes, a long time resident of Fort Lauderdale and a well known broker for many years in the South Florida area.

Fort Lauderdale is on the southeastern coast close to the Florida Keys, Bahamas and the Caribbean. Fort Lauderdale is known as a crossroads of yachting and is home to 165 miles of water ways and many marinas providing ample dockage for yachts. The Fort Lauderdale Boat Show every fall is the world’s largest attracting a world wide clientele.



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