Boat Details

46′ Beneteau Oceanis 461

$169,900.00

Description

Yacht Wold Number: 2426-3221387
Located In: La Paz, BCS, Mexico
Year: 2001
Hull Material: Fiberglass

Bruce Farr design insures that this Beneteau 461 is a handsome and fine sailing vessel. Oya (the wind goddess of the Yoruba tradition) is a strong and capable blue water cruiser. With her EURO design flair the 461 included forward thinking design ideas such as her “almost” plumb bow, and her wide beam carried well aft show that the 461 was well a head of her time. The keel has both bulb and small wings for optimal performance in a shoal draft configuration.

Former boat of the year award winner. Cruising World gave it the prestigious Best Value award in the Full-Size Cruiser category. “Oya” is a one owner boat that has been very well maintained and never been in charter service. All you need is to put your gear on board and go sailing. Be sure to click on full specs to see all she has to offer.

Located right here in the world’s best cruising grounds, La Paz, Mexico, the gateway to the Sea of Cortez. Dozens of picture perfect anchorages with white sandy beaches, crystal clear warm water await you. Let the experts in yacht ownership here in Mexico, show you how easy it is to begin your cruising dreams today.

La Paz Yachts
Division of Mazatlan Marine Center
Tom & Cindy
Marina de la Paz
La Paz, BCS, Mexico 23000
Toll-free 1-855-225-2729
Other Local (612) 123-1948
EMAIL US lapazyachts@aol.com

Full Specs

Specs
Designer: Bruce Farr and Associates
Keel: Bulb
Hull Shape: Monohull

Dimensions
LOA: 46 ft 7 in
Beam: 13 ft 11 in
LWL: 39 ft 1 in
Maximum Draft: 5 ft 9 in
Displacement: 20950 lbs
Headroom: 6 ft 6 in

Engines
Engine Brand: Yanmar
Year Built: 2000
Engine Model: 4JH3TE Turbo
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 2782
Propeller: 3 blade propeller
Engine Power: 76 HP
Cruising Speed: 7 mph @ 2500 RPM
Maximum Speed: 8 mph

Tanks
Fresh Water Tanks: 3 (218 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: 3 (104 Gallons)
Holding Tanks: 2 Plastic (30 Gallons)

Accommodations
Below decks the forward owner’s cabin, w/ ensuite 12V electric head with sink and shower, is large with plenty of head room and overhead ports for ventilation and natural light.

Moving aft to the main salon area with oval shaped settee and table on starboard and large settee to port. Continuing aft to port is the navigation center and across to starboard is the L shaped expansive galley with w/ plenty of working counter space as well as large stove, plenty of storage and fridge space. The salon and large galley lends itself very well to a great entertaining boat with plenty of room for families and friends to spread out and enjoy themselves both on deck and down below.

Seating to Stbd. is ample and sure to keep the crew not only comfortable and well fed… also provides a great space for entertainment on a foul weather day. Aft cabin with double berth nicely finishes this interior.

Manufacturer Provided Description
The concept and construction of the Oceanis 461 is directly linked to the Oceanis range experience. Owing much to her predecessors, whether in terms of her dimensions, the technology used, or aesthetic and practical choices, the Oceanis 461 fits perfectly into Beneteau’s cruising range. Her long hull, designed by Bruce Farr and Associates, has great potential for impressive speed while giving that quiet, powerful sensation only felt on board true offshore cruising yachts. The structure of the Oceanis 461 is based on the same principles that have made such a success of the whole range; the bonded and laminated inner molding ensure the best possible spread of rigging and keel loads throughout the hull. Her rigging is also classic and efficient. A masthead furling genoa (drum on deck) guarantees the necessary power for an easy passage. The semi-full battened mainsail is equipped with lazy jacks, facilitating both furling and sail reduction when necessary. An optional furling mainsail is also offered. The deck layout reflects the spirit of comfort and efficiency that has prevailed in the Oceanis 461 from her conception: teak-capped bulwark for elegance and safety, electric windlass half recessed into the anchor well, large sunbathing area forward, uncluttered sidedecks with chainplates centered against the coachroof, and a teak deck option. The cockpit is easily accessible via a door in the transom which is also equipped with deep lockers. The wheel steering position has a full console, to which a large cockpit table with hinged flaps and icebox is joined. The Oceanis 461 is available in 4 cherrywood (teak as an option) accommodation layouts, arranged around the saloon. There are 7 opening deck hatches and 12 opening portholes. The galley has numerous baskets and lockers, a fridge – freezer in two compartments, and large independent head compartments (up to three depending on the layout selected).

Galley
REFRIGERATION: 12V Adler-Barbour
FREEZER: Same as above
MICROWAVE: GE
WATER SYSTEM: Pressure, dockside
WATER HEATER: Seaward
HOT WATER TANK: Six gallon tank
STOVE: 3-burner propane
SINK: Double
OTHER: “Down Under” BBQ, Galley Mate model

Navigation and electronics
SSB: Standard Horizon Intrepid model
Icom M- 802
SSB TUNER: Icom 802 w/AT 140 and Pactor II modem
RADAR: Raymarine Integrated RL 70C
RADAR ALARM: Yes
VHF: Standard Horizon w/RAM mic
VHF #2: Handheld Standard Horizon
GPS: Raymarine Integrated RL 70C
RUDDER ANGLE: Raymarine
DEPTH SOUNDER: Raymarine ST 60
KNOT/METER LOG: Raymarine
WIND SPEED / DIRECTION: Raymarine ST 60
AUTOPILOT: Raymarine Integrated ST6002
PLOTTER: Raymarine Integrated RL 70C
COMPASS:Plastimo 5 inch at helm station
ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM: JVC – KD 340 model CD/AM/FM player & Toshiba computer, as well as 2 DVD players
OTHERS: Iridium Satellite Phone
Horn & 5 inch brass bell (not mounted)
Barigo, Germany Ship’s Clock & Barometer

Electrical
BATTERIES: Four: 3 house Lifeline 4D type batteries & one start group 27 gel battery
BATTERY MONITOR: Yes
BATTERY SWITCH: 3
BATTERY CHARGING: Engine alternator & solar panels
BATTERY CHARGERS: Heart Interface Link 1000
SOLAR PANELS: Two Kyocera 150 watt panels mounted over dodger
INVERTER: Kyocera Solar Panels & Heart Interface Link 1000 watts
SHORE POWER CONNECTION: 110 Volt 30 Amp with 50 ft. cord in good condition
GENERATOR: Kubota EA300 model with 200 AMP generator (794.5)
ALTERNATOR: 120 amp w/smart reg
AC VOLTAGES: 110V
DC VOLTAGES: 12V
SMART REG: 120 amp
OTHER: 12V Interior lighting

Mechanical
BILGE PUMP: Jabsco model 37202, 720 liters per hour capacity shower bilge pump & manual bilge pump of 0.7 liters per stroke
RAW WATER SEA STRAINER: 1
BILGE BLOWER: 1
FIRE EXTINGUISHING:Three new 2 lb. ABC fire extinguishers in forward cabin, aft Cabin and main saloon
First Alert CO2 Detector in both cabins
FUEL FILTERS: Single Racor plus the Yanmar engine fuel filter
FUEL SHUT OFF: Stove and engine
FRESH WATER COOLING SYSTEM: Yes
HEAD TYPE: Overboard, Forward head is electric Jabsco and aft head is Jabsco manual head
WATERMAKER: Aqua marine 24 GPH
PROPELLER: 3-blade Max prop
FULL SHAFT: 1
STEERING: Wheel (Edson folding wheel) Chain & cable
Emergency tiller, autopilot, sails & motor
TRANSMISSION: Kanzaki
OTHER: Oil pressure, water temperature, and bilge high-water alarms

Deck and hull
ANCHOR: 65 lbs. Spade with 5/16″ 150 feet chain and 150 feet rope
ANCHOR 2: 45 lbs. Bruce with 5/16″ chain and 150 feet rope
ANCHOR 3: Fortress 15 lb. stern anchor mounted on the rail port side aft
WINDLASS: Simpson Lawrence electric with up and down switches in anchor locker
DINGHY: Caribe 9′ RIB with wheels
DINGHY DAVITS: Manual, Kato davits
OUTBOARD ENGINE: Honda 15 HP with electric start, s/n 1302879 model BF15A
OUTBOARD MOTOR MOUNT/HOIST: Yes, Edson
LIFELINES: Yes, with Stainless Steel stanchions
GATES: 3
LADDER: Swim, boarding
DECK WASH: Fresh water, Two, one at swim platform & anchor wash down
DECK MATERIAL : FG
BOW PULPIT: Yes, SS
SPOT LIGHT: Hand held
NAVIGATION LIGHTS: International
OTHER : Bimini top, mooring, cockpit awning and dodger
Fenders
Dock lines
Attached to aft sugar scoop platform

Sail
TYPES OF SAILS: Cruise equipped, fair to good condition main, 150% jib & spinnaker with sock and retrieval line
REACHING STRUT: Yes
TRAVELER: Lewmar
ROLLER FURL: Headstay – Yes, North sails
Main – Yes, North sail
WINCHES:Lewmar No. 54 main winches and Lewmar No.40 winches on coach roof. Port side No. 40 winch is electric
PREVENTER / BOOM BREAK: Yes
BOOM VANG: Hard Vang plus boom brake
MAST: Aluminum, stepped in 2000
STANDING RIGGING: 1 x 19 Stainless Steel
RUNNING RIGGING: Dacron
LINES LED AFT: Yes
SPIN POLE: Yes, aluminum
OTHER: Most rigging replaced when coming to Mexico in 2006

Safety
LIFEJACKETS: Three type V inflatable PFD’s & 4 type II PFDs
LIFESLING: Yes, mounted from Bimini roof
LIFE RINGS: 1
LIFERAFT: Zodiac 6-person
VISUAL DISTRESS SIGNALS: SOS electronic Sirius flare 46 CFR 161.013 USCG approval, new October 2015 plus expired flares
STROBE: Yes
EPIRB: 406 Global
JACKLINES: Yes, with safety harnesses

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