2009 31′ Beneteau Oceanis 31

CAD115,000

2009 31′ Beneteau Oceanis 31

Make:
Beneteau
Model:
Oceanis 31
Model Length:
31 ft
Price:
CAD $115,000
Year:
2009
Boat Name:
Halfway Too
Hull Material:
Fiberglass
Draft:
5’11”
Number of Engines:
1
Fuel Type:
Diesel

Listing Broker

Todd Masse

Yacht Broker - Campbell River

Office:604.929.0651

Cell:250.202.0289

Halfway Too

Suffering from the dreaded 3-foot-itis? Looking for a bigger boat or something a bit smaller? Want something easy to sail that can accommodate a small family or crew? Then this 2009 Beneteau Oceanis 31 is for you. And she is loaded with a few surprises that will make your next landfall, special and memorable.

2009 Yacht of the Year, Family Cruiser (sail-world.com) This may be a proud boast, but when you design and build something right, and it looks right and sails right, you can’t go wrong. Beneteau describes the Oceanis 31 “…a safe yacht for comfortable, confident crossings…”

Beneteau with Finot-Conq naval architects have been on the forefront of new yacht design, winning awards for both the cruising and racing crowds since the 1960’s. From contemporary to modern, many of their signature design elements have proven the test of time.

Why Should You Buy This Boat?

Walk-Through Transom
To start, the functionality of the walk-through transom equally welcomes crew and guests alike aboard Halfway Too. Today’s sailing families have needs that require kayaks or paddle boards, and the transom can do double duty in boarding. For swimmers and snorkelers, an integrated swim ladder is a fine addition. Guests will further find it easy to board from the included tender, along with the folding helm wheel. Safety and ergonomics all in one sensible package.

Cockpit & Canvas
The cockpit as well as the remainder of the wood trim, has been well maintained by the owner. To keep its beauty fresh, an annual touch-up of Sikkens Cetol Marine Teak, is all you need. One innovative design element here is that the entry door is integrated into the sliding hatch. When you unlock, simply life the door and slide it into the hatch, for it has its own compartment.

With an integrated dodger and bimini canvas (2020), you will have shading comfort on those long hot summer days. Also, the integrated windows have their own canvas covers to limit sun degradation, prolonging their life. To feel the breeze, the centre window can be lowered.

Offshore Power
It’s not too often that boats have both solar and wind power. Halfway Too has a 160W solar array with an Air Breeze wind turbine that can provide more than adequate battery charging. From extending remote anchorages, to not paying shore power fees, the benefits are many.

Solid Rigging and Class ‘B’ Offshore Classified
The 7/8ths fractional rig, provides a sailplane that is easier to sail. Having a bigger main and a small jib to handle, it makes tacking and overall sail handling a breeze. Even better, both the main and jib are furling sails, a real convenience that does not take up any space below.

Also, what you have here is a Class ‘B’ offshore rated vessel. This means this vessel is capable to navigate offshore passages that can handle 40 knot winds, and 4 metre waves. This is a very stringent design parameter from Europe, through detailed design analysis. You may not sail under these conditions, but it’s nice to know that Halfway Too can weather it out.

A Cabin with Ambiance
From the warm woodwork, to a well detailed and efficient galley with durable fabrics, you know you are on something special. Pending your mood, you can make the interior as bright or as private as you want, thanks to the long and accented curtains, and the integrated sunshades and insect screens for the hatches. Integrated ports allows a pleasing cross breeze to enter.

Central Heating
With a Webasto heating system, you can easily extend your cruising calendar. From the aft cabin to the forepeak, all areas can be a few degrees warmer in comfort.

Marine Surveyor’s Comments
From a May 2017 survey, Halfway Too is “…a clean, well equipped and diligently maintained yacht…suitable for use cruising the protected waters of the Pacific Northwest”

If these attributes intrigue you, please read on about Halfway Too, and make an appointment to view her. You will be glad you did. Happy Landfalls!

Measurements

LOA:
31’8”
Length:
31 ft
Beam Measure:
11’1”
Displacement:
10,092 lb
Fuel Tanks#:
1
Fuel Tanks Capacity:
130 litres
Fresh Water Tanks#:
2
Fresh Water Tanks Capacity:
270 litres
Holding Tanks#:
1
Holding Tanks Capacity:
79 litres

propulsion

Engine #1

Make:
Yanmar
Model:
3YM20
Fuel Type:
Diesel
Hours:
1000

Dimensions

  • LOA: 31’8”
  • Beam: 11’1”
  • Draft: 5’11”
  • Displacement: 10,092 lb
  • Ballast: 2,200 lb, deep draft lead bulb keel

Canvas

  • In-mast furling mainsail (Neil Pride)
  • One 105% furling jib (Neil Pride)
  • Dodger, retractable bimini (2020)

Engine

  • Yanmar 3YM20 Diesel (20 HP)
  • Engine Hours: 1000
  • Flexfold 2 blade prop

Tender

  • Westmarine 2.4 meter roll up dinghy
  • Two single fall manual davits
  • Honda 2.3 HP for tender

Tanks

  •  Fresh Water: 2 tanks – 270 liters total
  • Hot water: 26 litres
  • Fuel: 130 liters
  • Holding: 79 litres with macerator

Electronics and Navigation

  • Raymarine Axiom 9” multifunction display (2019)
  • Raymarine AIS700 transponder (2020)
  • Raymarine auto helm
  • Raymarine wind direction and speed instruments (2019)
  • ICOM DSC radio with remote helm (2019)
  • Westmarine portable DSC VHF radio
  • Plastimo 4” spherical compass
  • Sony CD radio

Ground Tackle

  • 15 kg Rocna anchor
  • 1000W Quick windlass with remote control
  • 150’-5/16” G4 chain and 250’-5/8” 3 twist rode, Mantas chain hook (2017)
  • Anchor wash down system (2020)

Electrical

  • 160W solar panel (2020) & Air Breeze wind generator with monitoring system
  • Well laid-out electrical panel, all circuits breaker protected, hinged for easy access
  • Webasco diesel hot air furnace
  • Two 6V house battery bank (220 Ah Gel)
  • One 12V starter battery
  • 30 A Smart Plug shore power connection
  • LED interior cabin lights (2019)

Galley

  •  2 burner propane cooking top with oven
  • Refrigerator and freezer

Rigging

  • Lewmar folding wheel helm
  • Deck-mounted traveller
  • Cockpit table
  • All lines lead aft

Transition to the new Owner

  • A proper handover to the new buyers from a proud owner
  • Canadian Coast Guard safety equipped

The vendor is very proud of his boat and the way that she has been kept and would be honoured to assist in orientating the new owner to his new vessel.

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.

2009 31′ Beneteau Oceanis 31

2009 31′ Beneteau Oceanis 31
2009 31′ Beneteau Oceanis 31
2009 31′ Beneteau Oceanis 31
2009 31′ Beneteau Oceanis 31
2009 31′ Beneteau Oceanis 31
2009 31′ Beneteau Oceanis 31

Listing Broker

Todd Masse

Yacht Broker - Campbell River

Office:604.929.0651

Cell:250.202.0289

2009 31′ Beneteau Oceanis 31

Listing Broker

Todd Masse

Yacht Broker - Campbell River

Office:604.929.0651

Cell:250.202.0289

2009 31′ Beneteau Oceanis 31

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Listing Broker

Todd Masse

Yacht Broker - Campbell River

Office:604.929.0651

Cell:250.202.0289