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Annie Fannie is one of the most popular Beneteau 461 Oceanis models. She is an iconic Bruce Farr design with a great sailing hull and deck layout that allows for easy movement from cockpit to bow. This is one of the very successful Beneteau 461 models.The comfortable and airy three cabin layout has a forward master stateroom with centerline queen berth and private head. Linear galley, large salon and two aft cabins and two heads give all those aboard, space, comfort and easy access to the water.
The Oceanis 461 has a vocation for Long Distance Cruising, in the Greatest Comfort and Safety. Her long hull designed by Bruce Farr and Associates has great potential for impressive speed that gives you the quiet powerful sensation only felt on board "TRUE" Offshore Cruising Yachts.
Owner wants her sold. Price well below recent survey 11/12/2018
If you are looking for a long range cruiser or live aboard, call today to make an appointment to view her!
West Florida Yachts would love to guide you through a personal showing of this 46' Beneteau 461 Oceanis 1997. This yacht for sale is located in Titusville, Florida and priced at $97,500. For a showing please contact us by filling out the form on this page and we will get back to you shortly!
4000.00 HRS 50.00 HP
4000.00 HRS 50.00 HP
The master is forward with its own head and shower. Berth is an island queen with fitted sheets. Storage is abundant with drawers and lockers. Two Bomar overhead hatches adds plenty of light and ventilation.
Moving aft, we enter the main salon which splits with the dinette to starboard and the galley to port. There is ample seating around a beautiful cherry table.
Further aft is the chart table and navigation area with the second head across to port.
Mirror aft cabins complete the interior layout.
AFT CABINS (2):
Forward and Aft Heads: 1 piece molded fiberglass liners for water tightness and easy cleaning.
Genoa halyard • Mainsail halyard • Boom topping lift • Full batten mainsail with lazy bag and lazy jack • Genoa roller furling line • Genoa sheets • Main sheet • Boom vang • (2) Main traveller control lines
Discontinuous S/S 1 X 19 rigging: forestay, babystay, twin backstays, upper and lower capshrouds, intermediates and aft lower shrouds • Shroud rollers on babystay and upper shrouds
Keel stepped, anodized aluminum mast with Harken batten car and folding mast steps • Double aft-swept spreaders • Anodized aluminum boom • Deck collar with pivoting blocks on port and starboard, 4 aft blocks have universal swivel
S/S pulpit with bi-color navigation light • S/S sternrail with life ring holder and flag staff holder • S/S stanchions • Double lifelines • Lifeline gates • (2) Teak handrails on coachroof • (2) Dorade vents (ventilation for salon and aft head) • (2) Dorade vent guards • (1) Mast pulpit • Aluminum toe rail cap • Liferaft fixing points on coachroof • (2) Genoa tracks (2m) with adjustable cars and plunger stops • (2) Genoa foot blocks with jammers • (2) 54 CSTO Lewmar primary genoa sheet winches, mounted on cockpit coaming near helm. Roller furling genoa system, with drum installed above deck. Mainsheet track on coachroof with ball bearing traveller (controls led back to cockpit) • (2) 44 CSTO Lewmar winches for mainsheet and halyards mounted on coachroof • All halyards and reefing lines led back to cockpit - genoa and main halyards may be jammed off and stowed at the mast • (6) Spinlock clutch stoppers on coachroof • (4) Folding pad eyes - 2 for foreguy, 2 for genneker sheets • (2) Winch handles
Full batten Neil Pryde mainsail (4 years old) • 125% Roller furling Doyle genoa (10 years old) • 100% Roller furling jib (never installed)
MOORING and ANCHORING:
CQR 45 pds with 175 feet of 3/8 chain • Bruce 35 pds with 50 feet of 3/8 chain and 150 feet cable. Self-bailing chain locker with ring bolt • S/S stemhead with 2 rollers - extended on starboard side for the primary anchor • (6) anodized aluminum mooring cleats • Electric windlass with handheld remote control
EXTERIOR EQUIPMENT HULL and DECK:
(1) Locker in transom swim platform • (2) Side lockers to port and starboard • (1) Locker for 2 gas bottles beneath helmsman's seat to port • (1) Locker beneath helmsman's seat to starboard • Teak slatted cockpit sole aft of steering pedestal • Transom with teak inlays on swim platform and locker lid • Teak inlaid cockpit seats • Cockpit console with wheel, compass and electronics, table with fold down leaves, drained storage compartment, drink holders and a cockpit light • (1) Winch handle pocket • Cockpit shower • Hinged transom door • S/S swim ladder • (5) Halyard neatening hooks on cabin bulkhead
Laminated G.R.P. hull with internal fiberglass grid hull liner, reinforced with unidirectional rovings.
Balsa sandwich for stiffness and thermal and acoustic insulation. Vinyl headliner with accent strips in salon and cabins Structural bulkheads bonded 360° to hull and deck for structural strength.
GRP Sugar scoop with stainless steel boarding ladder.
Fin with Bulb.
Engine 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.
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