Basic Boat Info
Engines / Speed
- Make: Yanmar
- Model: 4JH4E
- Drive Type: Direct
- Fuel: Diesel
- Engine Power: 54hp
- Type: Inboard
- Propeller Type: 3 Blade, Bronze, Folding
- Year: 2005
- Engine Hours: 700
- Engine Location: Center
The Beneteau Oceanis 423 offers 5 berths in two double cabins plus the saloon. Forward owner’s cabin with large island berth with 'Memory Foam' Mattress, plenty of stowage with hanging locker and drawers under berth and En-suite heads. En-suite Heads with Jabsco manual sea toilet, sink, shower and shower drain. Saloon with C-shaped seating to starboard and midships bench seat around extending dining table and settee berth to port. C-shaped galley aft to starboard with twin stainless-steel sinks, 2-burner gimballed gas cooker with oven, large top opening cool box with 12v fridge with ice box below and good storage.
The Aft Heads is to port with Jabsco manual sea toilet, holding tank, sink and shower. Chart table to starboard with navigators’ seat, stowage, 12v and 240v distribution panel and instrumentation. Aft cabin to port with large double berth and stowage including shelving and hanging locker – access from the cabin to aft heads.
The yacht has cream leatherette upholstery throughout with cream matching curtains. Scatter cushions. Hot and cold pressurised water to both heads, galley and cockpit shower. Webasto diesel fired cabin heating. Coachroof fixed windows over saloon with sliding shades, five deck hatches giving plenty of ventilation and eight opening ports.
Performance rig (0.8m taller than standard). Deck stepped masthead sloop. Z spar silver anodised alloy, twin spreader mast and slab reefing with lazyjacks and stackpack. Facnor twin groove furling headsail system. Spring loaded rod kicker. 1 x 19 stainless steel wire standing rigging and low stretch running rigging. All controls led aft to cockpit through deck organisers to Spinlock clutches. Asymmetric running gear.
- 2 x Harken 48.2 self-tailing genoa sheet winches on coaming
- Harken 40.2 self-tailing electric manoeuvring winch on portside
- Harken 40.2 self-tailing manoeuvring winch to starboard
- Mainsail – Elvstrom – Fully battened with luff cars
- Furling Genoa 140% – Elvstrom – Flat cut
- Cruising Chute
The Beneteau Oceanis 423 is powered by a 2005 Yanmar 4JH4E 54hp inboard diesel engine, flexibly mounted below companionway (last serviced 2018). Freshwater cooling with heat exchanger & wet exhaust. Reversing reduction gearbox with skeg supported shaft drive. Brunton folding 3 bladed propeller. Single lever controls. Ignition panel with warning alarms, rev counter and fuel gauge. Cruising speed approx. 7 knots, max speed around 9 knots.
2 x 140ah 12v service batteries (new 2016)2 x bow thruster/windlass batteries (new 2018)Single 110 ah engine start battery (new 2015)Charged by engine alternator.
- Isolation switches and fused distribution panel
- 12v socket
- Victron battery monitor
- LED interior lighting throughout (new 2014)
- Navigation lights including bow, stern, steaming, deck and masthead tri/white
240 volt system:
- Shore cable and connection on transom
- RCCB. 220v sockets below
- 40-amp battery charger
- Immersion heater in calorifier tank
- CQR anchor with 50m chain and 50m warp
- Leroy Somer electric anchor windlass
- Mainsail cover
- Bathing platform
- Boarding ladder
- Binnacle cover
- 8 x Fenders
- Olympic 135 binnacle compass
- Raymarine E80 GPS plotter on pedestal
- Raymarine Radar integrated to the E80 plotter
- VHF Radio (Raymarine)
- VHF Handheld (ICOM93)
- Raymarine ST60+ Log speed and depth
- Raymarine ST60+ Wind speed and direction
- Raymarine ST 6001 autopilot
- Navtex (McMurdo)
- Radio/CD player with saloon speakers
- Electronic charts (Europe)
- Navigation lights
- Masthead light
- Clock/Barometer W&P
- 2 x Fire extinguishers
- Engine room fire extinguisher
- Fire blanket
- Gas alarm
- Smoke alarm
- Cockpit harness points
- Deck light
- Horseshoe lifebuoy
- Floating light
- MOB sling
- Liferaft (Zodiac 8 person)
- Emergency tiller.
- Manual and electric bilge pumps
Fin keel, Wheel steering
Part 1 Registration
Bill of Sale in Owners name
Previous Bills of Sale
Builder Instruction Manual
The following documents have been seen when preparing these details:
Beneteau Oceanis 423 built in 2005 by Beneteau to a Groupe Finot design. White GRP hull with white GRP deck, superstructure and self-draining aft cockpit. Moulded in non-slip deck surfaces with teak laid cockpit seats and sole. Raised gunwale with teak capping. Opening stern seat leads to bathing platform with stainless steel swimming ladder. Cast iron fin keel. Semi balanced spade rudder. Wheel steering mounted on a pedestal. Varnished Alpi Fruitier internal joinery.
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