Additional equipments / details
- Battery charger 20amp
- 2018 batteries 2 X 12 volts (size 29)
- 20 gal. septic tank, piping and thru-hull (pump-out) 2018
- inline motor fan 2017
- Port side ceat 2015
- several LED interior lights + several mosquito screens
- water heater with bypass 2013
- Interprotect 2000E 5-6 layers 2013. Use of the antifooling ACT
- 140amp solar panel with regulator 2015
- Dinghy West Marine with electric motor and battery 2015 (winter cover)
- Customized winter shelter with aluminum tube frame 2013
- Complete inventory of parts for engine maintenance
Classic mast with lazy jack flaking system
Dual zone reverse cycle A/C
Many upgrades and maintenance over the years years including main and genoa
Forward stateroom: Starting forward, there is a spacious V berth, with a hanging locker on starboard and a shelving locker on port. Shelves going forward of these lockers are along each hull side and additional storage is located beneath the bunk. Ventilation and lighting is provided by two opening ports and an overhead hatch, all with shades.
Main Salon: The salon in the Beneteau 351 is an open and comfortable area, with the dinette located on starboard and a linear galley and navigation station on port. Wood staving line the hullsides in all areas not covered by cabinetry or furniture. The dinette is curved and will comfortably seat five for meals. The dinette top lowers to convert into a large double berth when needed. There is storage beneath and behind the dinette seating.
Galley: The galley is located on port across from the dinette and is lineal in layout. The counter space for food preparation is generous; starting from the aft end forward is the ice box with 12 volt refrigeration, LPG stove and oven and then the double stainless steel sink. There is a storage locker under the sink counter as well as a pull out trash bin door. There is a cutlery organizer behind the sink and counter top storage shelf space behind the sink and stove. Above the counter are four lockers, both drop-front and regular.
Nav station: Aft of the galley on port is the forward facing nav station. The chart table is large enough to hold a chart book and has good storage beneath it; outboard along the hull is the 12 volt electrical panel, electronics and storage cubbies. The nav seat is curved for comfort when heeled and provides additional storage beneath it as well.
Head: The head is on starboard just aft of the dinette and forward of the entrance to the rear cabin on that side. The cabin is made of molded fiberglass for easy wipe down. The sink is also molded in and has a pull out shower mixer. Two good sized mirrored medicine cabinets are behind the counter and there is more storage beneath the sink. The space is bright and airy, with an opening porthole for ventilation.
Aft staterooms: There are two identical staterooms on either side aft. Each cabin has a double berth, hanging locker with a shelf overhead, a two shelf unit just aft of that and a single shelf that runs along the hullside the rest of the way aft. Each cabin is air conditioned.
LOA: 35 feet
LWL: 31' 2"
Bridge Clearance: 47' 11"
Beam: 12' 6"
Model: Yanmar 3GM30F - 3600 hr
Cutlass bearing replaced (16)
Engine hoses replaced (09)
Belts replaced (18)
Thermostat replaced (09)
3 blade fixed prop (09)
Fresh Water: 100
Her L-shaped galley is nicely equipped for cruising. There is plenty of counter space and locker storage for wares.
Double stainless steel sinks with hot and cold pressure water
Adler Barbour marine refrigeration
2 burner propane stove with oven (gimballed)
Hot and cold pressure water
Formica counter tops
Electrical and Electronics
30 amp shore power connection & cord
Group 27 starting battery (14)
house bank 2X 29 (18)
20A battery charger 3 banks (18)
110V receptacles throughout the boat
12v receptacle at nav station
Masthead & steaming light replaced (10)
Jensen AM/FM/CD player
Optimus saloon stereo speakers
30" flat panel TV
Raymarine C70 chartplotter/radar
Raymarine 2KW radar dome
Questus self leveling backstay radar mount
Autohelm Tridata (speed, depth, log)
Standard Horizon Eclipse VHF radio
MarineAir 12,000 BTU heat/air (08)
MarineAir 6,000 BTU heat/air (08)
Whale manual bilge pump
Electric bilge pump
Sails & Rigging:
The Oceanis 351 was designed to be easily sailed by a couple and to leave the deck as uncluttered as possible. The roller furler is below decks and the furler line is led directly aft, reducing friction loading on the line. The sail handling lines are all led aft to the cockpit and concealed beneath a sea hood, minimizing trip hazards and presenting a cleaner look to the deck.
Z Spar deck stepped double spreader aluminum mast
Masthead sheaves replaced (08)
Harken roller furler (07)
Forestay replaced (07)
Rigid mechanical boom vang
Main halyard (08)
Meade Sails main sail (08)
Meade Sails 135% Genoa (06)
Lewmar 2SP44ST winches (2)
Line clutches (8) (5 replaced in 2015)
Jim Buoy horseshoe ring
Mainsail cover (08)
Weems & Plath brass clock
Weems & Plath brass barometer