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Boat Details

Introduction

"Solent Clipper" is a 2002 Beneteau 36 CC lying in Nautec Mare, Monfalcone.  She is a UK Part 1 registered and British owned vessel.  The present owners bought her in 2006 in Portsmouth and cruised the Solent until 2009 whn they took her via the French rivers and canals to the Mediterranean.  She has spent successive winters ashore in southern France, Spain and Italy.

This is a very smart looking example and one of the last boats made.  It offers exceptional performance and a spacious interior, with all the traditional features of a Beneteau.  On deck, there is an easy-to-use sailplan while below there is a luxurious owners state-room aft and gourmet galley, perfect for the live-a-boards or extended cruising.  She is an extremely safe boat and behaves well in all conditions.

Construction

  • GRP constructed yacht with hi-gloss white topsides and coachroof. 
  • GRP/Balsa sandwich decks with moulded non slip pattern for safety.
  • Cast iron fin keel with swept back bulb. 
  • Semi balanced rudder with wheel steering from cockpit. 
  • Shaft driven propeller with protective skeg. 
  • Centre cockpit yacht with large sprayhood option. 
  • This raised cockpit and aft deck give the space and headroom required below decks. 
  • Steering wheel is mounted to a binnacle with space for instruments and drinks holders.  
  • Large bathing platform with teak inlay and cockpit shower. 
  • Teak topped transom access step leads to aft deck. 
  • From there the cockpit is accessed easily. 
  • The cockpit lockers are inlaid with teak for comfort and durability. 
  • Large cockpit locker and two additional lockers within the side decks port and starboard of cockpit. 
  • Teak grate below helm position. 
  • Wide side decks allow safe and easy access forward. 
  • Large self bailing anchor locker in bow with anchor strong point.
  • Electric windlass with foot operated controls. stainless steel bow fitting allows the anchor to be permanently mounted. 
  • Berthing is made easy by the 6 large mooring cleats. Two in the bow, two amidships and two astern. 

Full details are in the specification section but her highlights include: 

Roller furling Genoa foresail (Crusader sails - 2010). Removed each winter. UV protection strip replaced 2017. 
In mast furling main sail (Crusader Sails - 2010)  
B&G Instruments, Network Autopilot
Advansea Chartplotter in cockpit, Lowrance 5105C at chart table.  Furuno radar, 2 x 80w solar panels linked to service batteries. Silver crest flat screen 20 inch TV. Digital TV terrestrial decoder. Mikuni heating. Hard windscreen with Sprayhood and Bimini extension.

2.7m Dinghy and Yamaha 4.5HP outboard  

The following link is to a Youtube video of a similar boat to Solent Clipper.  The layout is the same, however the upholstery in Solent Clipper is an elegant dark Navy Blue with tiny gold squares in a diamond pattern not the striped version as shown in the video:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eUeZcVEo3Og&sns=em.:  

Price:  £59,950

Additional Equipment

OTHER EQUIPMENT:
Mikuni diesel fuelled ducted air cabin heating with control box/timer. Outlets to all cabins.
Matching clock and barometer, analogue, chrome cased. Bulkhead mounted.
Plastimo binnacle with cable steering. Teleflex engine controls
Stainless steel steering wheel covered with brown leatherette.
Folding removable solid teak cockpit table with fitted binnacle bracket.
Teak cockpit seats and teak grating over self draining cockpit outlets
Teak bathing platform with bathing ladder and cockpit shower
Side opening guard rails
Outboard motor bracket fitted to pushpit
Life ring bracket welded to pushpit
2 Camping Gaz 907 butane gas cylinders (2.75 kg each), with regulator, all stored in sealed deck gas locker
Cone for motor sailing
Anchor ball
Boat hook, aluminium, extendable
Deck brush
2 buckets
Mooring warps
Fenders, with fender socks, F3 size x3, F2 size x10
Hosepipe for shore water supply with various fittings & adaptors
Various engine spares
Equipment manuals
Keys for water and fuel tank deck filler caps

1 diesel fuel cans 10 litre (black), Fuel funnel

Canvas work (all Navy Blue except sprayhood extension which is pale blue):
Spray hood and side panels which attach to hard windshield, with fold down stainless steel frame, stowable within top of GRP windscreen moulding
Extension tent to spray hood, to enclose cockpit, with two-part stainless steel frame which clips onto cockpit storage under windscreen when not deployed
Extension, shading full cockpit, with braced, folding stainless steel frame. Separate long zipped cover for overall protection when bimini is folded back to frame.  Outboard motor cover.

SAFETY EQUIPMENT:

Horseshoe Life ring, yellow, automatic light and 3m danbouy.
Deck safety lines (Jack stays) x2, removable, constructed from heavy duty 25mm webbing
Folding pad eyes, x2, in cockpit for attaching Gibb hook tethers
Tethers with Gibb hooks at each end, x4
Seago Lifejackets, x2, 175N with integral harnesses and thigh straps, lights.
Life raft cradle for Seago Cruiser 4 canister life raft, pushpit mounted
2 x McMurdo fastfind PRBs. If retained re-registration by new owner will be required
Wooden plugs and rubber hammer for emergency sea cock repair
High intensity white lamp on cable, 12v
Battery operated optical flare lamp sending SOS.
Lenser LED torch.

Fire extinguisher in engine room, automatic. Inert gas agent (halon replacement).
Fire blanket, x1, galley
Fire extinguishers, dry powder, x2
Bolt croppers – heavy duty for emergency rig cutting
Manual and electric bilge pumps
Bosun’s chair
Dan buoy holder

General note on safety equipment: Any safety equipment such as life rafts, Epirbs, fire extinguishers and flares etc. are usually personal to the current owner(s) and if being left on-board as part of the sale of a used vessel may require routine servicing, replacement, or changing to meet a new owner’s specific needs.

A wealth of tools and spare gear for the engine including a brand new Plastimo outboard motor hoist yet to be fitted. 

Galley Equipment

The galley is situated on the port side aft of the companionway. 

This is a sizable area and features double stainless steel sink, gas fuelled stainless steel oven with two burner hob and top loading 130L capacity fridge unit. 

Large work surfaces on either side with lots of cupboard storage for provisions, cooking utensil and crockery. Both galley and heads have pressurised hot and cold water. 

GALLEY AND GALLEY EQUIPMENT:
Spacious walk-through double sided galley
Hot and cold water to double stainless steel sink
Large 12V electric refrigerator (130 litre) with basket compartments and freezer tray
Twin burner Eno cooker with oven
Beneteau branded Cutlery and Crockery

Accommodations

Accommodation

The space within the Oceanis 36CC is vast and designed for extended periods afloat.  The main saloon is accessed from the cockpit down the companionway steps. These steps are curved and not steep making it easy and comfortable to access during a blow.  

On entering you are struck by the amount of warm coloured wood panelling and furniture whilst remaining bright, light and airy. 

Those who are tall will be delighted with the headroom throughout. The main saloon features a central wooden drop leave table with bottle storage built in. 

There is storage below and behind the settees with additional storage in the hull mounted lockers. 

Forward is the fore cabin with its large double berth, hanging lockers port and starboard and hull mounted shelves. 

Large Lewmar deck hatch provides light and ventilation. 

12V cabin and reading lights. 

Returning to the main saloon and moving aft on the starboard side is the forward facing chart table with chart storage, sliding navigator seat, chart light and switch panel. immediately behind here is the large heads compartment. 

This can also be accessed from the owners aft cabin and is a GRP easy clean compartment. 

As well as the marine toilet there is a wash hand basin, shower and vanity unit. 

Continuing aft through the galley is the owners aft cabin. This huge area is like a proper bedroom and has full standing headroom. To create the space the bed is over to starboard which gives the space for the living and dressing area to port with curved settee, dressing table with mirror and hull mounted cupboard storage. 

The heads is accessed to starboard giving it an "En Suite" feel.

Navigation Systems

ELECTRONICS/INSTRUMENTS/ VHF/AUTOPILOT:
Advansea main GPS chart plotter with Advansea AIS receiver in cockpit.
B&G Network PILOT
B&G Network QUAD
B&G Network WIND
Secondary Lowrance GPS plotter with NMEA 0183 outputs to VHF, Radar and Autopilot at chart table.

Note: Planned update to install B&G Vulcan7s GPS chartplotter in cockpit mounted on NMEA200 network with adapters to receive existing AIS input and outputs to B&G network Pilot, radar and Standard Horizon VHF DSC complete with command microphone on steering binnacle.

Plastimo Olympic 135 steering compass
Furuno radar scanner
C-Map NT+ electronic charts for Mediterranean sea and European waterways.
Combined masthead mounted VHF antenna/windex
Furuno Navtex  receiver for weather and safety transmissions. 518 & 490 kHz operation
Standard Horizon Marine VHF DSC. Fixed 25w main set, with switchable cockpit speaker, command microphone on binnacle.
Marine handheld VHF, Icom IC-M31and BC-162 base charging unit.
Rudder mounted B&G hydraulic electric autopilot

ENTERTAINMENT/TV/CD AND RADIO:
JVC Stereo FM radio-cassette
Television – Samsung flat screen 20 inch
Digital TV terrestrial decoder

Mechanical Equipment

Engine

 

Vessel powered by a Volvo 40hp inboard diesel engine. 

This is housed beneath the companionway steps and has all round access for servicing and daily checks. 

Reduction gearbox driving a stainless steel shaft with 3 bladed fixed propeller. 

Single lever engine control mounted at binnacle with forward and reverse. 

Engine start panel behind protective Perspex screen with rev counter and visual and audible warnings for temperature, oil pressure and charging. 

Bank of four battery installation providing dedicated engine start and domestic power. 

These are recharged via the engine alternator, trickle charge solar panel or the 20amp battery charger when hooked to shore power. 

Electric panel at chart table with 12 function switchboard and NASA battery monitor.

Total Power

38.0 kw

Specifications

  • BuilderBeneteau
  • LocationItaly
  • Built2002
  • Price£59,950
  • Length11 m
  • Hull MaterialFiberglass
  • Cruising Speed5 kn
  • Max Speed7 kn
  • Beam1.16 m
  • Water Tank Capacity450 gal
  • Fuel Tank Capacity150 gal
  • Engine 1
    • Model: Volvo penta MD2040
    • Fuel Type: diesel
    • Propeller Type: Inboard

Contact Seller

Ian Jackson
United Kingdom
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