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Oceanis 390
(11,65 m) - 1989

Layout :

  • Length : 11,65 m (38' 2")
  • Beam : 3,90 m (12'8")
  • Draft : 1,65 m (5'4")
  • Displacement : 6,5 tonnes
  • Material : Fiberglass
  • Rigging : Sloop
  • Engine : Perkins Prima 50 - 50 HP

French flag. Taxes not paid for French Polynesia.

Based in French Polynesia

Price : 6,6 M XPF / 55 000 €

Equipped for life on board and offshores trips. Self sufficient for water and power.

Interior fittings :

4 to 6 sleeps - 2 double cabins

  • Fore double cabin with double berth and dressing table with mirror and storage (cupboards and drawer)
  • Large wardrobe
  • Fore head with shower, toilet, bassin and cupboard
  • Saloon with long galley on port side
  • Chart table on starboard aft of the sofa
  • Large starboard aft head with shower, toilet, bassin and cupboards
  • Aft port double cabin with double berth and dressing table, mirror and storage (cupboards and drawer)
  • Cockpit with 3 large lockers, one of which is very deep that can contain sails, inflatable paddle boards, sports equipment, etc.
  • Aft platform with two lockers, a ladder for easy access to the sea and a hand shower

Listing :

Building and history

OCEANIS 390 type fiberglass sailboat built in 1989 by the BENETEAU France shipyard according to the designs of Philippe Briand.
This is the large draft version (1.65m).
Owner's version: 2 cabins and 2 heads with large outside lockers. Spacious and comfortable sailboat. A large exterior cockpit can comfortably accommodate several people seated around the table. The interior is bright thanks to numerous portholes and light woodwork.
The sailboat has an aft gantry supporting the solar panels and the radar radome, which also serve as davits for lifting the tender.
Refits or major works: installation of a water maker in 2017, standing rigging replaced in July 2017, installation of all Raymarine navigation and pilot instruments (from 2014 to 2017), purchase of a new genoa in 2017, purchase of a 2016 staysail, purchase of two house batteries in 2020.
4 owners. The first two lived mainly in the port in the Mediterranean. The third sailed in the Mediterranean but stored the boat on dry dock for 6 months a year.
The owners are the fourth owners. After 1 year on the dry dock, they sailed for 3 years, from France to French Polynesia. Since the beginning of July 2020, the boat has been on dry dock in Tahiti. The owners are selling because they have other projects.

A word from the owner

Ideal for life on board and self sufficient trips (water and power). We traveled 3 years from France, she is a comfortable and seaworthy sailboat. We are selling to do other projects but we are very satisfied with the boat.


Perkins Prima 50 engine, 50 HP, from 1989, with 3500 h
Average consumption: 2 L / h
5-year review done in 2018, oil and filters changed in 2020
Main works: The timing belt, the water pump and the shaft seal (Volvo shaft seal) were replaced in 2018, the injectors in 2017
Fixed three-blade propeller
Tank capacity: 170 L + 40 L in cans

Sloop rigging

Standing rigging changed in July 2017
Aluminum mast with double spreaders rig in good condition
Aluminum boom
Full batten mainsail in fair condition (2009)
Furling genoa, in good condition (2017)
Staysail on furler, in good condition (2016)
2 Roof winches with self tailing (Lewmar 30)
2 Cockpit winches with self tailing (Lewmar 46)
1 Mast winch without self tailing

Ground tackle

Windlass Goïot 312 electric and manual with remote control (1989)
Main anchorage: SPADE 20 kg anchor + 60 m of 8mm chain (October 2019)
Secondary anchorage: KOBRA 16 kg anchor + 20 m of 8 mm chain + 40 m of 16 mm rope
Aft anchorage: 15 kg sand anchor + 10 m of 8 mm chain + 40 m of 14 mm rope
Presence of an anchor locker and davit on aft port


3 * 200 L plastic fresh water tanks + 4 * 25 L cans
Eco-System SPLASH 25 watermaker (2017), production 25 L / h, consumption 13 A., installed under the aft starboard head bassin (used every week)
2 Bassins
1 Double sink in the galley
Freshwater and seawater foot pumps
Electric seawater pump in the galley and freshwater group
ENO gas cooker on gimbals with 2 burners and an oven
120 L refrigerator with top opening (gas cooling under the boat)
30 L water heater heated by the engine cooling circuit or by the shore power
2 Showers
1 Deck shower
2 JABSCO manual toilets
60 L Holding tank, emptying by macerator pump from 2019, connected to the aft toilet with 3-way valves to bypass the tank if necessary


2 AGM 200 Ah house batteries, total 400 Ah (new from 2020)
Maintenance-free 80 Ah lead-acid engine battery (November 2017)
Windlass on house battery
2 Solar panels of 100 W + 2 solar panels of 145 W, for a total of 490 W on aft gantry
Victron 100/50 50 A MPPT regulator
TECPRO 25 A battery charger
Victron Phoenix 12/500 inverter
LED lighting
Fan in the engine compartment

Electronics and navigation instruments

RAYMARINE P40 autopilot + ACU-200 computer + type 1 electrical mechanical linear power unit (2014)
Fixed VHF Standard Horizon GX2200E ASN / GPS / AIS (2016)
Standard Horizon HX300 handheld VHF (2016)
Garmin 72 GPS
RAYTHEON RL9 radar (screen to be replaced)
RAYMARINE Bidata i40 depth sounder / speedo (2016)
RAYMARINE i60 anemometer (2014)
Magnetic compass
Electronic and mechanical barometer

Safety equipment

SEASAFE Offshore 6 people liferaft (2014, last revision: 2018, next revision: 2021
4 Automatic inflatable life jackets with harness
EPIRB 1 - Ocean Signal distress beacon (2017)
4 Fire extinguishers
1 Box of distress flares (obsolete)
Additional harnesses
1 Manual bilge pump outside
1 Automatic bilge pump
1 Spare bilge pump not connected
Lifelines on port and starboard


2.51 m CARIBE C8 hard bottom dinghy with its cover
SUZUKI 8 HP 2 stroke outboard engine


Lazybag for main sail
Bimini and sprayhood
Aft gantry
Cockpit cushions
Toolbox and sander
Spare parts and filters for the engine and the watermaker
Saloon bench that converts into a double bed by lowering the table

Last bottom paint: 2018, sailboat currently on dry dock

Main strengths

Self sufficient in water and power.
New batteries.
Very equipped, the sailboat is ready for offshores trips.

Last modified : 09/09/2020


The boat's inventories are based on the indications given by the owners and even if we do our best to see that they are in accordance with the reality, there might be some differences. The boat's and equipment's condition has to be checked jointly by the buyer and seller before the sale. The respective responsibilities of both the seller and the buyer remain intact. In no case can Raiatea-yacht be held responsible for any defect on the boat.

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