NEW LISTING – 1999 Beneteau Oceanis Clipper 311 ‘ENTRE AMIS’
Mark Cameron Yachts are delighted to have been appointed to act in the sale of the 1999 Beneteau Oceanis Clipper 311 ‘ENTRE AMIS’
The Beneteau Oceanis Clipper 311 was conceived as an all rounder, offering a rewarding sailing performance, easily handled by a short crew with spacious and comfortable accommodation below decks. On deck the mid-boom mainsheet keeps the cockpit clutter free creating a large outdoor living space. Below decks the boat offers accommodation comparable with a larger boat. Two double cabins with an additional two occasional berths in the saloon are complimented with a large heads compartment and functional galley.
A lift keel version of the design she is configured with a shoal draft wing keel and lifting centre board keel with twin rudders aft, ideally suited to drying or mud berths. Her inventory highlights include:
Cast-iron lifting keel
Fractional sloop rig with roller reefing genoa and slab reefing mainsail, all lines lead aft to cockpit.
Volvo Penta MD2020 marine diesel engine
Domestic and engine batteries replaced in 2021
B&G Network navigation instruments
Lowrance Elite 5M chartplotter (2015)
Icom IC-M423G DSC VHF (2019)
Standing rigging inspected 2021
Mainsail and Genoa replaced in 2016 and 2014
Lying afloat on her berth at Ardfern Yacht Centre the Beneteau Oceanis Clipper 311 ‘ENTRE AMIS’ is now available for immediate viewing.
‘For many leisure boat owners, the idea of a boat with a lifting keel that combines stability, beachability, ease of use and speed is something of a contradiction in terms. But with the Oceanis Clipper 311 Beneteau has tackled the problem and come up with a solution that is both innovative and well-tried.
Take Stability for a start: the ballast has to remain below the hull, even with the keel up. Hence the choice of cast-iron external ballast added onto the hull. For Speed. Groupe Finot has designed a shaped cast-iron pivoting keel with excellent hydrodynamic characteristics. The hull is always easily controlled by the two rudders.
When drying out, the Oceanis Clipper 311 rests on the winged forward part of the external ballast sole and on the two solid rudders (strengthened for this purpose), creating a highly stable tripod.
Finally, handling the keel could not be simpler: since the external ballast/keel assembly remains permanently under the hull, the weight of the keel can be kept down low to a moderate 300kg. A simple mechanical jack is all that is necessary to raise or lower it without effort.’
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