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Oceanis 440 G
(13,16 m) - 1992

Layout :

  • Length : 13,16 m (43' 1")
  • Beam : 4,25 m (&'')
  • Draft : 1,75 m (5'7")
  • Headroom : 1,97 m (6'5")
  • Gauge : 19,62 Tons
  • Sails : 89 m2
  • Material : Fiberglass
  • Rigging : Sloop
  • Engine : YANMAR 50 HP

French flag. Taxes paid for French Polynesia.

Based in French Polynesia

Price : 7,8 M XPF / 65 000 €

Spacious and bright sailboat, equipped for regattas and cruises.

Marina space possible.

Interior fittings :

6 sleeps - 3 double cabins

  • Large fore double owner cabin with wardrobe and ensuite head
  • Large L-shaped starboard saloon with facing bench seat
  • Starboard chart table
  • Galley in length to port
  • Double aft starboard cabin with wardrobe
  • Aft starboard head
  • Double aft port cabin with wardrobe
  • Aft port head transformed into storage

Listing :

Building and history

Fiberglass sailboat, type Océanis 440, built in 1992 by the BENETEAU USA shipyards.
Her hull with fin keel is identical to the First 45F5, a very comfortable and long distance runner.
This owner's version with careful cabinetmaking is equipped for cruises and regattas.
It has belonged to its current owner since 2002 who maintains and takes her out regularly.


Engine: YANMAR 50 HP type 4JH2E
Regular maintenance
Two-bladed MAXPROP feathering propeller
150 L diesel tank

Sloop rigging

Standing rigging (2008)
ZSPARS mast (2008)
Forestay and chain-plates (2015)
PROFURL furler (2008)
SELDEN rigid vang (lifting jack of 2015)
HARKEN blocks
Lined halyards
2 Poles
Mainsail in high-end laminated fabric, kevlar tri radial (2014)
Mainsail cover (2014)
Racing genoa on furler in cruising laminate fabric (2011)
Cruise genoa (sunshade to be revised)
LIDGARD light symmetric spinnaker
LEE SAILS heavy symmetric spinnaker
LEE SAILS Asymmetric spinnaker
Twice winner of the Tahiti Pearl Regatta

Last modified : 30/01/2020


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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