In French Polynesia, on the way to Australia by the end Nov 2017.
Sailing vessel Beneteau USA, extremely successful and popular Oceanis 393 model, 2 cabin owner’s version in cherry wood finish.
Ideally suits any kind of blue water sailing, fully equipped for long term cruising, as its history has shown.
This yacht is ready to continue cruising without any further expense. Selling in US dollars $169,000.
Beneteau Oceanis 393 built after plans by Berret-Recoupeau, built by Beneteau USA Inc, Marion, South Carolina, BEYN1075F203.
First owner 2003-2005 Lake Erie, fresh water
From 2006 to 2009, current owner, the boat sailed in the USA, Bahamas and the Caribbean, across the Atlantic into the Mediterranean
From 2010 to 2014, current owner, the boat sailed the Mediterranean and crossed the Atlantic back to the Caribbean
From 2015 until today, current owner, blue water sailing in the South Pacific.
56 HP YANMAR, 4JH3E engine, naturally aspirated (4100 hours), fully maintained, always using full synthetic engine oil and fuel doctor additive to diesel with full logbook history.
Diesel main tank: 135 L (35 US gal.)
2 Auxiliary diesel tanks with fuel transfer pump: 87 L (11.5 x 2 = 23 US gal.)
US Spars Z-602E mast, deck stepped with mast base, 13900 mm, one piece aluminium section anodized to 25 microns, new 2014
US Spars Z362E boom 4500mm, one piece aluminium section anodized to 25 microns, new 2014
US Spars vang and double spreaders all new 2014
Standing rigging from Beneteau USA, new 2014
Running rigging in excellent condition, new 2014
In mast furling mainsail 25.15 m², LEE SAILS, new 2016
Genoa 140%, 62.85m² , LEE SAILS new 2016, on PROFURL furler, new 2014, spare NEIL PRYDE genoa 2007
Spinnaker pole mounted on the mast track
Three additional rope clutches added to original installation
Symmetrical spinnaker 7 oz, with sock
Electric HORIZON EXPRESS 1000 W windlass with remote
Anchor well separation in 2/3 and 1/3 compartments
Main anchor - DELTA 25kg, and 80m of 5/16" HT chain (2006)
Secondary anchor - BRUCE 17 kg and 40m of chain with 60 m of 15mm nylon rope rode
Spare anchor 11 kg STAINLESS STEEL DELTA (2011) mounted on the second bow roller, 10 m of 5/16" HT chain ready to shackle to the main anchor chain if needed
Stainless Steel bow ladder for dock access when docking bow in
Sailrite anchor riding sail
Fresh water tanks: 500 L (132 US gal) in 2, built in plastic tanks
ECHO TECH watermaker, 80L per hour, AC (2007), replaced RO unit (2011) and with new spare motor
LCD Series Tanks system monitor (2 fresh water and 2 black holding tanks)
Pressurised fresh water, hot and cold, in the galley, the bathroom, and the transom
Pressurised fresh water in the anchor well
FORCE 10 2-burner stove and oven, 2 x 4.5 kg aluminium gas bottles in dedicated gas locker
DOMETIC 12 V DC range hood above the stove (2012)
ORIGO 700 W microwave
ATWOOD EHP-10, 22.7 L (6 US gal) hot water system (engine and AC)
Black water holding tanks: 2 x 40 L (2 x 10 US gal.) with deck fittings and portable extraction macerating pump
WAECO CU-100 Adler Barber (2007) top opening freezer 70 L with front-opening fridge 110 L, 12V, and new spare compressor and condenser unit
CRUISAIR reverse cycle air-conditioning unit with digital Thermostat and control unit 12000BTU in saloon and owner cabin, compressor replaced 2011
SONY radio CD MP3 WMA AAC with front USB, 2 salon speakers, 2 cockpit Bose 151 marine speakers
GLOMEX Omni directional TV digital antenna with line amplifier and remote installed on the top of the mast
CANDY 3.5 kg front loading washing machine, built in, hot/cold water
MAGMA rail mounted gas BBQ with Sunbrella cover
LEWMAR Trim & Screen mosquito nets to all portholes and companion way
House batteries: 4 x 245 Ah, 6V AGM Fullriver (2016)
Engine start battery: 1 x 100 Ah AGM(2012)
VICTRON BMV-501 DC monitor for real time consumption and total charge/discharge
Engine alternator: 1 x 120 Amp Balmar with ARS-5 Smart charger
Blue-seas 8248 multimeter AC monitor
VICTRON PHOENIX 3000W inverter/charger with remote multi control (2008)
NORTHERN Lights M673LD 5KVA generator in acoustic sound enclosure (2007, 4700 hours)
2 x 130 W two semi flexible SOLARA solar panels with 15A VICTRON MPPT controller (2011, 2014) zip secured on the top of the bimini
Charles galvanic isolation transformer 3.6KVA, 30 amp, 120/240VAC, 50/60Hz ISO-GUARD for aft and bow shore power connection
RAYMARINE E80 chartplotter (2007) with Caribbean &South America, Europe, and Pacific Navionics CF cartridges
RAYMARINE ST60Plus close hauled wind instrument (2014)
RAYMARINE ST60Plus Tri-Data, log, depth sounder and temperature (2007)
RAYMARINE ST-6001 auto pilot controller (2007), 12V DC linear drive (2007)
Course Computer SG3 (2007), fluxgate compass (2007), with new spare linear arm
RAYMARINE smart auto pilot wireless remote controller unit (2007)
RAYMARINE 125 GPS receiver (2007)
RAYTECH RNS V6.1 navigation software with Dell 24 inch LCD Monitor connected to NMEA bus (RAYMARINE E80 chartplotter) and laptop
RAYMARINE digital radar 4kW RD418HD antenna (2014) with Stainless Steel radar guard from Scanstrut
COMAR CSB200 Class B AIS transponder (2011) integrated with E80 chartplotter via Ship Module mutiplexer
STANDARD HORIZON Quest GX 1255S VHF radio with DSC (2007)
MYSTIC UNIDEN Handheld VHF with DSC (2006)
ICOM IC-M802 HF radio with DSC (2007) with Pactor 3 modem (2007)
Ambient Weather Electronic Weather Station (2014)
HIGHFIELD UL-310 dinghy (2016), Sunbrella chaps and seat cover
YAMAHA Enduro 9.9 HP 2 stroke outboard engine (2015), Sunbrella cover
Transom ST.CROIX Tip-up System for dinghy storage (2007) and Stainless Steel FORESPAR NOVA outboard lift (2006)
SOLAS A Zodiac 6 person liferaft (2006), mounted on the Stainless Steel frame forward deck with hydro-static release
GLOBAL FIX PRO ACR built-in GPS EPIRB (2016)
Kannad Survivor Recovery System Safelink R10 personal AIS MOB (2012)
Bilge pumps: 2 automatic - Rule Automatic Bilge pump 55S and standard Beneteau, 1 manual (cockpit)
Saloon installed Dual Watch carbon monoxide and LPG gas detector (2006)
Cockpit security alarm with inside control panel, dual head outdoor detector (Honeywell), pieso sirens, strobe light (2007)
Lightning protection LPS lightning dissipater mounted on the top of the mast (2007)
PYI floor anchors installed to secure floorboards in the saloon and aft cabin when on passage (2009)
Lifelines new in 2014
Other Safety gear (for detail see separate spreadsheet)
Sunbrella dodger and all-over cockpit bimini connected (2014)
Hatch lenses replaced new 2013, since then protected with Sunbrella covers
Cockpit LED light strip and both AC and DC outdoor power points
New custom made upholstery, cabins and saloon, 2014
Additional cupboard in forward cabin
Additional shelves in galley and in the aft cabin
Aft head can be simply converted as storage using removable shelving with no wall fixings
Extensive Spare parts list (for detail see separate spreadsheet)
2 x Folding bicycles, 20” (2012)
Extensive Medical kit (for detail see separate spreadsheet)
Last bottom paint: May 2016 with Hempel NTC Globic 9000, 20 L applied (2 years +)
This vessel, fastidiously maintained by professional engineers, with original cruising gear fitout in USA in 2006/2007 (over $80,000 US, equipment only, excludes labour) and extensive refit in 2014 (over $40,000 US again equipment only, excludes labour) is ready for blue-water cruising without any further expense. Details of both original fitout and refit in spreadsheets are available upon request.
All original documentation and all additional installed equipment are supported with receipts, installation information and, most importantly, schematics diagrams.
All maintenance item reminders are available in Outlook scheduler / calendar.
Maintenance record kept since 2006.
Vessel is in a pristine condition.
In addition, we are prepared to deliver the boat anywhere in Australia provided a 25% non-refundable deposit has been made.
Last modified : 17/10/2017
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.