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Beneteau Oceanis 393 “ONCETA”


  • Year: 2002
  • Located In Ría de Vigo, Galicia, North West of Spain
  • Hull Material: Fiberglass
  • Engine/Fuel Type: Single Diesel
  • Nº Serie Hull: FRBEYA2369E202
  • Designer: Berret/Racoupeau
  • LOA: 11.95 Beam: 3.96 m Displacement: 7,800 kg Draught: 1,90 m
  • Engine: 55hp Volvo D255 diesel engine
  • Fuel: 150 litres | Water: 500 litres | Holding Tank: x 1

Accommodation sleeps 8 in 3 double cabins plus saloon. Fwd master suite features pullman style berth &
separate seating area. Saloon table converts to a double berth with saloon infill cushions. Dark blue velour
upholstery. Cherry wood and wood-faced ply, synthetic laminate flooring & Formica on hard wear areas.
Fans in galley, cabins & saloon. Led lights all over the boat.
Max headroom: 2.10m

Galley & Heads
Lateral galley equipped with two-burner propane gas cooker with oven & grill, Frigoboat engine-driven
refrigeration system with large top opening fridge and double stainless steel sink.
Two heads equipped with Jabsco toilets, holding tanks in aft heads, hand basins, showers & mirrors.
Fowd head is en suite from master cabin.
Hot & cold pressurized water in heads and galley.
Cold water transom shower. Foot pump in galley acts as fridge drain.

Distribución Interior Beneteau Oceanis 393
Distribución Interior Beneteau Oceanis 393

Mechanical Systems
55hp Volvo D255, 4 cylinder diesel engine (2001). Engine No.
Very few hours of use, and engine in very good condition
Shaft drive to fixed 3-bladed propeller.
Electrical Systems
1 x 80Ah engine start battery. 2 x 100Ah domestic batteries. 12v on
board systems. 220v shore power connection with cable. 80A alternator
& battery charging relay.
12v sockets at chart table and in saloon. 2 pin 220v sockets at chart
table, in cabins and in galley & saloon.

Spars & Sails
Mast head sloop rig with rigid vang.
Z Defussion anodised aluminium mast & boom.
Facnor genoa furling drum & foil.
In mast main sail furling system
Facnor Roller furling genoa with red UV protection strip.
Braided rope running rigging led to cockpit.
75 sqm total sail area

Deck Equipment
2 x Lewmar 48 self-tailing two speed genoa winches on cockpit coaming.
1 x Lewmar 30 self-tailing two speed halyard winches on coach roof.
Adjustable genoa tracks on side decks. Deck organisers & adjustable main sheet traveller on coach roof.

Navigation Equipment
Chartplotter on cockpit and on chart table, VHF, Wind Equipment

Safety Equipment
Fire exinguishers
10 life jackets & safety harnesses.
Flare pack.
Emergency tiller.
Manual bilge pump in cockpit. Electric bilge pump with switch at fuse panel.
Horseshoe lifebuoy.
Floating distress light.
Guard wires, lifelines, pushpit & pulpit.

Radio/CD player with interior & external speakers.
Outboard engine storage bracket mounted on pushpit.
Suzuki 3 hp 4strokes (new)
Swim ladder & cold water shower on transom.
Bedding for the 8 berths.
Boat hook. Warps and fenders.
Cutlery, crockery & utensils for 8 people.
Complete charts and pilot book for the Rias Bajas and rest of Galicia.

Ground Tackle
Bruce Type bow anchor of 14 kg, with approx 24 m chain & 30m warp.
Danforth aux. anchor in cockpit.
Lofrans electric anchor windlass with 10mm gypsy. Operates only with engine running with controls from
steering position in cockpit and on deck by windlass.

History & Construction
GRP hull & deck construction with teak inlay on cockpit seating and transom.
Spade rudder. Fin keel with bulb. Single steering position


Detalles de la Embarcación

Oceanis 393 Clipper
Eslora (mtrs)
Manga (mtrs)
Calado (mtrs)
Desplazamiento (kg)
Material del Casco
Fibra de Vidrio
Motor (hp)
55hp Volvo D255
Tipo de Combustible
Depósitos de Agua Dulce (L)
Depósito de Combustible (L)


Contact Information

Astilleros Lagos, Rúa de Eduardo Cabello, Vigo, España

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Astilleros Lagos

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