35' BENETEAU OCEANIS 352 (1998)

35' BENETEAU OCEANIS 352 (1998)

35' BENETEAU OCEANIS 352 (1998)

Designed by Jean Berret, the hull of the Oceanis 352 offers her owner a very maneuverable boat under power and sail. This is not surprising when you take into account her taut lines, maximum waterline length and her wide beam ensuring excellent stability. The 352 is the product of all Beneteau's experience, designed for your ocean-going comfort. With a draft of only 5 feet, she can explore the most secluded creek. All of these components added together result in a cruising boat that offers not only ease of handling and spacious living, but also great performance and a joy to sail. 

Call, text or email sales agent Eddy Riener for more information on this yacht! We can schedule a showing today

(949) 216-5294, eddy@dicksimonyachts.com


Listed by Blue Pacific Yacht and Ship

THIS BOAT IS SUBJECT TO AN EXCLUSIVE LISTING AGREEMENT WITH THE BROKER LISTED ABOVE AND IS NOT OFFERED FOR SALE BY DICK SIMON YACHTS. Dick Simon Yachts is merely providing this information in an effort to represent you as a buyer in the purchase of this vessel.

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The Beneteau Oceanis series combines the latest in design technology and hundreds of hours of engineering which results in yachts that can set sail for all ports of call around the world with ease.

The bulb keel with winglets is designed for performance and the highly pronounced forefoot cuts an easy passage through the waves.

The deck is free of all lines through the addition of a false deck which covers the halyards and maneuvering lines. These are brought back to a battery of stoppers and on to two self-tailing winches either side of the companionway. The main and genoa sheet tracks are mounted on the coachroof thereby leaving the cockpit and sidedecks completely free. Setting the 634 sq. ft of sail is child's play, with both main and genoa featuring roller furling systems. You and your guests will enjoy the ease of which you can return to the dock, and neatly stow your sails effortlessly.