Beneteau 411 OCEANIS CLIPPER CELEBRATION
Beneteau 411 OCEANIS CLIPPER CELEBRATION for sale | 12.78m (41'11") | 2003 | 1x diesel 55hp | GRP Construction | Fin and Bulb underwater profile | 7 berths | Boat REF# 241254
|Underwater profile||Fin and Bulb|
|Engine||1 x Diesel 55hp, Volvo D2-55 four-cylinder (2003)|
|Lying||GOSPORT UK (By appointment only)|
Contact the Broker
- Contact Samantha Cassell
- Telephone +44 (0)1983 869 203
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|Lying||GOSPORT UK (By appointment only)|
|Fuel capacity||150.0 ltr (33.0 G) Total - 1 Tanks|
|Water capacity||500.0 ltr (110.0 G) Total - 2 Tanks|
|Holding tank capacity||50.0 ltr (11.0 G) Total - 1 Tanks|
|Engine||1 x Diesel 55hp|
|Engine make and model||Volvo D2-55 four-cylinder (2003)|
|Engine Hours||engine1: 1200|
|Prop(s)||3-blade Flexofold new 2017 (+ Rope Cutter)|
|Fuel consumption (approx)||2.5 ltr (0.6 G) /hour At Cruising Speed|
|Cruising speed (approx)||6 knots|
|Max speed (approx)||10 knots|
Engine: Volvo D2-55 four-cylinder diesel driving through a reduction gearbox and straight propshaft to a bronze, folding 3-blade Flexofold propeller (new 2017), giving 7.5 kts at 2000 RPM or economical cruising at 6 kts (15-1600 RPM).
Very well maintained from new, it has run c.1200 hours to date, and was deep-serviced 2016, including new sea water pump and new electric hot water tank and/ heat exchanger/ calorifier. New stern gland, cutlass bearing and cooling water pipes 2017.
Samantha, for the website/ specification, fuel consumption is circa 2.5 litres per hour at 1500 RPM (6kts). Last year, she averaged less than 2.5 per hour overall (incl routine warm-ups). 'Ambassador’ rope stripper fitted to prop shaft.
Bow thruster (SidePower SP35S; new gearbox and enhanced-thrust prop 2016) faired into bow, with controls at binnacle; powered from 540AH AGM (gel) Service Batteries (new 2015, on newly installed rib-shelves) to largely eliminate the potential for power fade.
Engine start battery 110 AH (new 2017)
Engine fitted (2016) with: coolant overflow reservoir; and SeaFire extinguisher with bell alarm (with OFF switch) to notify crew of automatic operation.
Inverter (to convert service battery power into synthetic 220v supply)
Sterling Galvanic Isolator (reduces anode burn rate)
Mastervolt smart battery charger (new 2011) and Fisher Panda 4KVA Generator in sound-deadening cocoon (new 2013, less than 100 hrs; serviced 2016), with water silencing.
|Draft Min||2.00m (6'7")|
|Draft Max||2.00m (6'7")|
Rig10% discount on rigging
Sloop rigged Selden Aluminium spars (2003) with stainless steel standing rigging (2014)
SailsDiscounts available from our Preferred Partners
|Mainsail||Sanders - Slab (2003) Stack Pack, Fully Battened, 2 Reefs|
|Headsail||Sanders - Furling (2008)|
New standing rig fitted 2014, new furling headsail top-swivel 2016 and drum furler 2017; alloy spars, double swept spreaders. New running rigging and lazy jacks 2017.
Rigid/ gas-strut vang; spinnaker pole on mast; alloy boom with ‘lazy jacks’ set up for Sanders Sails, fully battened single-line reefing system mainsail (two reef points; original mainsail, cleaned and serviced 2017) with stack-pack cover (renovated 2017) over mainsail.
Furling genoa (105%; Sanders sails, 2008; cleaned, serviced and new UV strip 2017) is high-cut for good lookout. Radar scanner above first spreaders (serviced by Raymarine 2017), with deck flood light and steaming light under. ‘Blipper’ radar reflector in capsule above second spreaders.
Masthead: 2x whip antennae (VHF, AIS transmit & receive); anemometer; wind hawk arrow; AMD TV Omnimax antenna; tricolour nav light (in addition to deck-level nav lights); anchor light (all yacht’s lights are LED)
Inner forestay fitted
Storm Jib (10sqm; mountable on retrofitted, removable, inner forestay, also available for twin-jib downwind or cutter-rig sail plans).
Additional furling genoa (120%; original; lightly used)
Cruising Chute (Sanders Sails; original, unused, checked by North Sails 2016)
12 volt, 5 batteries charged by: engine, shore power, generator
Construction10% discount on ultrasonic antifouling
|Underwater profile||Fin and Bulb|
Topsides painted with Awlcraft 2000 (epoxy paint, Carinthia Blue, matches faded Navy Blue hull gelcoat below) 2017. ‘Coppercoat’ antifouling/ epoxy system first applied 2012; retouched on each annual Spring slipping since.
Berths Layout: double cabin forward to starboard; double cabin aft to port with large athwartships berth, double berth on drop-down main saloon table, and single berth with lea-cloth for off-watch crew amidships portside; all cabins fitted with curtains and blackouts; twin heads and showers (heads pipes renewed 2016).
Forecabin: owners’ double berth offset to starboard, 2x large drawers under, cabin lights and reading lights all LED, hatches over; portholes; blackout screens and curtains; storage cupboards, flat screen TV, Monitor & DVD, dressing seat; cabin heater hot air outlet; ship’s technical library shelf (full set of instruction manuals).
Forward heads and shower room: manual sea toilet; escape hatch over; sink unit to starboard; cabin heater hot air outlet, mirrors and lockers on both sides.
Main Saloon: flat screen TV and monitor on port bulkhead enables nav plotter display to be visible from the cockpit. Settee berths on both sides, stowage space under and behind berths; opening hatches over; fixed stand-alone double seat unit port side of main cabin table (table can be dropped and infilled as double bed space); stepped mast support pole in Main Saloon; blackout screens; reading lights.
In this ‘Owner’s Version’ there is an enlarged galley at the starboard aft of the saloon, well equipped and with companionway bulkhead behind the standing position it safely restricts movement when under way; front-loading refrigerator and top-loading cold storage locker.
Gas supply system safety checked and serviced in 2016. New smoke detectors in main saloon and forecabin 2016, new carbon monoxide detector in aft cabin 2016.
Microwave oven available: powered by shore power, or FP generator, or by 540AH service battery bank to the 600W inverter, so no power worries, anywhere!
Main cabin/ aft cabin heads and shower room: manual sea toilet; sink unit and shower faucet; mirror and locker.
Aft Cabin: large athwartships double berth, with shelves, storage cupboard, cabin and reading lights all LED, and hatches with curtains and blackouts over, and heater vent outlet. Diesel-fired heater for hot air to all cabins (overhauled 2016)
12v Fans fitted in forecabin and aft cabin
|Total # of berths||7|
|No. of double berths||3|
|No. of single berths||1|
|Heads||2 heads (Manual)|
|Pressurised water system|
|Hot water system|
|Fresh water wash|
2 burner gas cooker
|VHF DSC radio|
Chart Table/ Nav Station on port side of Main Saloon:
● Electrical systems control panel
● Raymarine E80 chart plotter master set (both sets serviced by Raymarine, 2016)
● Comar AIS ‘Class B’ Transponder (transmit & receive; fitted 2008)
● ICOM VHF/Distress SELCALL M505 radio links to full-control handset and speaker in cockpit
● NAVTEX weather and navigational warnings receiver
● Battery condition indicator (Link 10 unit)
Binnacle instruments: Raymarine E80 screen (combined chart plotter, AIS and radar); auxiliary handset for main VHF; bow thruster controls; engine controls; Raymarine ST60 Tridata (wind angle, speed, depth, etc); Raymarine ST6001+ Autopilot.
Large, leather covered, lockable helm wheel.
‘stereo’ is a radio and CD player.
Hand-held compass integral with the cockpit table.
Navigation lights include steaming and anchor lights, along with both masthead tricolour and deck-level nav lights.
2 halyard winches
2 sheet winches
Electric Leroy-Somer 3021 windlass (with remote control)
(Lewmar Delta new 2016)
50.00m (164'1") of chain
25.00m (82'0") of warp
Spray hood (retexed and renovated 2016)
Side-rail gates to port and starboard
Spinnaker pole (also for jib pole-out)
Primary winches: electric Lewmar 48 (self-tailing).
Lewmar 40 self-tailing electric halyard winch to port for halyards and reefing, etc. All winches kept covered when not sailing.
Twin jammable turning blocks beneath main winches and double stand-up blocks for simultaneous rigging of 2 jibs
Ball-bearing track and track cars on mast (for very easy raising/ lowering of mainsail)
Anchor chain (new 2016; 5m interval markings)
Air Vents with cowls over main saloon heads and galley
Safety Equipment10% Discount on courses
3 bilge pumps (2 manual / 1 Electric)
One electric, with float switch and direct switch operation, .
One manual, with pump handle in stern quarter locker and separate pipework.
Hence 2 pipes in main bilge well.
(Plus an Emergency Stand-Alone Pump)