Beneteau Oceanis 423 Fully equipped for off shore cruising


Price
US $132,000 Reduced Finance
Currency
Length
43' 0" - 13.11m
Use
Leisure, Cruising, Live Aboard
Vessel Location
Launch Year
2003
Hull Material
Fibreglass/GRP

*PRICE DROP DECEMBER 21,2021 TO $132K USD*

I have lots more photos, after reading everything, send me an email for the link if you're serious about buying.

Yes. You, you and your partner, you and your friends, you and your family could be spending Christmas and New Years THIS YEAR in Fiji on this beautiful yacht! What a dream!
When I was shopping for a boat I was particularly interested in Beneteau 393,411, Jeanneau 39i, Passport 40, etc. Until I stepped on board my Beneteau Oceanis 423 Clipper edition. It's fast, it's luxurious, comfortable, and safe. When I first stepped aboard is when I realized the value of an extra foot for long term cruising. It's not just the length, it's the beam and the immense storage capacity that goes along with it. To be clear, this is not the charter 3-cabin version. This is an owner's 2 cabin version.
Some highlights bout this GREAT Beneteau Oceanis 423 sailboat:
The main advantages of the owners version are:
- U galley instead of inline galley, for safe cooking at sea
- Huge storage locker, so big it fits a diesel generator, water maker and has room for so much more. Cleaning supplies, toys, spare lines, parts, you name it. It'll fit in that locker.
- Aft cabin is huge, it can be partitioned and used for additional storage and still comfortably fit 2 people
- Both cabins have their en-suite head and shower
- Forward facing nav table. Helps prevent seasickness while navigating blue water
Why is my particular Beneteau Oceanis 423 better than others?
- Standing rigging, replaced all of it in 2015
- Through Hulls, replaced every single one in 2015
- Galley countertop, typical problem with this boat, replaced in 2019
- Huge 680W solar panel array over the bimini
- 400W Silentwind wind generator with upgraded silent carbon blades
- Diesel Generator, uses fuel from primary fuel tank. Includes silent cover
- Air conditioning. Everyone is going to be jealous when you're in marinas and there's no airflow so it's hot and there's mosquitoes at night. That's luxury!
- electric winch, makes hoisting the mainsail a piece of cake, particularly handy for single handed sailing
- 2 sets of recently updated cushion fabrics to choose from! Bright and airy sunbrella fabric or the washable nautical navy and red themed covers
- It's in FIJI! Ocean crossings are over-rated. It's about the destination and island hopping. Ask anybody who's sailed to the South Pacific from America.
- New 40L water heater in 2020
- dinghy weaver davits
- jacklines and harnesses
- Cruising comforts like outdoor cushions, bimini, dodger
- Lots of spare parts for everything! Designed to be off the grid and self sustainable
- Fast and fuel efficient Takacat inflatable catamaran dinghy, planes easily with 4 people onboard and my Yamaha 15HP 2 stroke
- rigged for short handed sailing including all reef lines to the cockpit. No need to leave the cockpit for ANYTHING when on passage
What other cruising-specific details should you know about my boat?
- Hit by lightning in 2015 so all wiring and electrical, including instruments, were replaced. Huge Raymarine E120 HD screen at helm and Raymarine E80 HD repeater at nav desk. Thanks insurance company!
- Safety: EPIRB, liferaft (needs revision), AIS, man overboard buoy, high quality life jackets, recently updated flare kit
- 3 anchors plus 200ft of chain, plus 400ft of rode + spare 50ft of chain and rode for stern anchor
My boat is seriously for sale. It is turn key and ready to go explore. After 5 years cruising full time, I'm now establishing myself in Hawaii, where there are plenty of jobs for me and I can continue to surf and kiteboard on my time off. I'm already in escrow on one investment real estate property and I want to buy another. So the boat has to go. So, whether you want to cross oceans yourself, or you want to visit any of Fiji's 333 islands, leave a comment below and I'll send you a PDF brochure via DM. This opportunity won't be in the market for long!


Price
US $132,000 Reduced    Finance    Insurance
Vessel Name
Carthago
Launch Year
2003
Length
43' 0" - 13.11m
Vessel Location
Fiji
Region
South Pacific
Hull Material
Fibreglass/GRP
Engine
D2-55
Engine Make
Volvo
Number Engines
1
Horsepower
55
Fuel Type
Diesel
Engine Hours
4500
Fuel Consumption
2L/hr
Max Speed
7.5kts
Cruise Speed
6.5kts
Genset
Fischer Panda 4500FCB
Fuel
200L
Water
200L
Dinghy
Takacat
Outboard
Yamaha 15HP
Cabins
2 cabin with queen size berths + saloon table drops down for guests or passage berth
Shower
2
Toilet
2
Entertainment
Projector set up and screen
Air-Con
Yes
Refrigeration
2 fridges (1 of them has small freezer tray)
Freezer
Small freezer tray in one of the fridges
Stove
Yes, oven/stove
Water-Maker
Yes, Katadyn Powersurvivor 40E
Hot Water
Yes, 40L capacity
Ground Tackle
60M of chain + 200M of rode
Remarks
See PDF brochure attached

CONTACT DETAILS
Name
Jose Castello
Telephone
City / Suburb
Auckland
State
Country
New Zealand


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