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Beneteau - Oceanis Clipper 393
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Beneteau - Oceanis Clipper 393

Sailing BoatsBlue Water CruisersBeneteauOceanis Clipper 393


This Beneteau Oceanis Clipper 393 has had one private owner since new.
The yacht is presented in great condition having been well maintained.
Key Features:
• Bed in the Saloon
• Compass
• Log
• Autopilot
• Plotter
• Radar
• VHF Radio
• Depth
YANMAR 55hp (4JH4AE)
Standard Specifications
- HULL -
The hull is a single-skinned GRP construction
A structural inner moulding is bonded and laminated to the hull at various points. Its structural role is important as it takes and absorbs the stresses at pressure points (chain plate tie rods, keel, rudder, etc.) spreading the loads and so guaranteeing reduced stress on the hull
The surface of the inner moulding makes cleaning easier and provides a better finish
The propeller shaft is protected by a moulding in the hull
The hull is white with blue and silver livery. A steel blue option is also available
- DECK -
The deck is a balsa sandwich construction for an optimal strength/weight ratio and for good thermal and sound insulation
The hull/deck joint is secured by 4 toerails
The toerails are screwed and bonded to the deck and are connected by a mooring cleat
- KEEL -
The shallow and deep draught keels are cast iron
To improve their durability, the keels are given anticorrosion treatment and improved finish in the factory before assembly, using epoxy compound based coatings and paint
Rudder with GRP stock
The stainless steel leather-trimmed steering wheel is mounted on a pivoting column for ease of passage
Emergency tiller
Welded stainless steel bow fitting with offset bow roller for anchor stowage
4 aluminium roller fairleads on toerail
There are 2 roller fairleads between the bow fitting and the toerail
6 x 300 mm aluminium mooring cleats 1 sheave
800 W – 12 V electric windlass with waterproof relay housing and on-deck up/down switches assisting anchor handling
Self-draining anchor well with hatch cover
Stainless steel open pulpit forward with built-in teak step and navigation lights
Stainless steel pushpit surrounds aft of cockpit
Lifebuoy holder
Ensign staff holder
1 outboard motor bracket
Double row of sheathed stainless guardrails supported by 12 stainless steel stanchions and
2 double stanchions
Sliding boarding gate for transom access
4 teak handrails on coachroof
Pivoting helm seat allows easy access to bathing platform
Sail locker to port
Liferaft locker to starboard
Locker for 2 gas bottles to port
2 aft cockpit lockers
All cockpit benches are teak-slatted
Steering wheel console holds navigation instruments.
Steering compass on console
Control lever on cockpit coaming to starboard
1 x 12 V cigarette lighter socket on console
Folding varnished wood cockpit table fixed to steering wheel console
Cup holder
Manual bilge pump
Stainless steel bathing ladder with teak treads and a handrail
Stainless steel bathing ladder with teak steps and a handrail
Protective rubber rubbing strake
Cold water cockpit shower
Anodised aluminium mast
Deck-stepped with stainless steel pillar in saloon
Double aft swept spreaders
Anodised aluminium
2 rapid reefing lines led back to cockpit
Boom fitted with mainsail foot outhaul tackle
This comprises:
Discontinuous stainless steel rod rigging (1 x 19)
Forestay with mechanical genoa furling gear
2 aft inner shrouds
2 backstays
Inner forestay
All chain plates are stainless steel and fixed to the side decks
Shroud chain plates are fixed to the inner moulding by stainless steel tie rods
The principal lines are led back to the cockpit for increased safety
The running rigging comprises:
Low stretch main and genoa halyards
Mainsail topping lift
2 genoa sheets
Rigid boom vang led back to cockpit
The mainsail halyards are led back to the cockpit and the topping lift remains at the mast
Running rigging handling by means of:
1 deck organiser with 6 sheaves
2 double jammers
1 single jammer
3 cleats
The Dacron genoa is reinforced to 140% on the furler with anti-UV protection strips.
The Dacron semi fully battened mainsail is reinforced
Lazy jacks
Mainsail cover
This comprises:
Mainsheet traveller track on coachroof with control lines led back to cockpit
Set of sheet blocks
Tackle led back to cockpit winch situated on coachroof close to companionway
The genoa system comprises:
Genoa furling gear with FACNOR drum
The furling line is led back to the cockpit along the deck line with a single jammer on the deck
2 genoa sheet tracks on the side decks
2 genoa sheet return blocks with integral jammers
Harken winches with chrome finish are fitted as standard:
2 x H 46.2 STC genoa sheet winches
1 x H 32.2 STC winch on coachroof
2 winch handles
2 winch handle holders
In common with all Bénéteau yachts, for maximum luminosity and ventilation the Océanis Clipper 393 has a minimum of 2 sources of natural light in each space, of which at least one is opening
Foam sound-proofed engine compartment
Engine control panel with rev. counter and alarms on port cockpit coaming with Perspex protective cover
Stainless steel propeller shaft with GRP protection moulded into the hull
Three-blade fixed propeller
Engine control lever on steering console
Engine mounting built into the inner mould
Rotomoulded 135L diesel tank aft, fitted with electronic gauge
Salt water and diesel filters with sediment reservoirs.
Electrical panel:
12-switch 12V electrical panel plus 3 x 220V switches
Cigarette lighter socket
Double protection to electrical panel, differential circuit-breaker and bi-polar temperature magneto for the 220V circuit and 12V magneto temperature circuit breaker
Power supply:
The 12V electrical circuit is supplied by:
1 x 140 Amp service battery
1 x 110 Amp engine battery
Resource management indicators:
Battery charge warning light
Battery charging:
Battery charging by coupling to engine alternator or 220V – 20 Amp shore supply
Lighting and sockets:
Bow and stern navigation lights
Steaming light (masthead light)
Anchor light
Electric fresh water pump with expansion tank
2 bilge pumps (1 manual, 1 electric) in a sump over the keel
Electric gauge at chart table for monitoring tanks
Fresh water:
2 rotomoulded 476 L water tanks
Hot water:
22 L dual system calorifier (operated by 220 V shore supply or engine heat exchanger)
The joinery in the saloon, the cabins, the galley and the chart table is in fruit-tree coloured wood
Headroom: 1.90 m
Double berth 1.95 m x 1.45 m
220V socket
Ample stowage:
Shelving along hull
2 drawers under berth
Large hanging locker with shelves to starboard
Shelf by settee
Plenty of light:
Lewmar Coastline T30 opening hatch with blind
Coastline T44 opening hatch with blind
2 fixed hull ports with curtains (1 to each side of hull)
3 deckhead lights with independent switches
Headroom: 1.82 m
Head compartment moulded in one piece comprising:
Marine toilet with GRP lid
Washbasin with hot and cold pressurised water
Shower tray with electric pump to empty wastewater
Mirror-fronted cupboard for toilet accessories
Wood moulded handrail
T30 opening hatch
Cupboard under basin with bathroom accessories
3 mirrors
All-round saloon handrail for easier movement
Headroom: 2.05 m
U-shaped saloon with settee
Small central settee
Saloon table with aluminium feet (converting to double berth option)
1 x 220V socket
Two wall lights on bulkhead
Bar unit and shelf
Stowage under settees
2 tall shelves with slotted doors for ventilation
Dresser with plenty of storage, having 3 drawers (1 for cutlery), 3 cupboards with doors, 1 work surface
Radio-CD stereo with 2 speakers
Plenty of light by means of:
1 x Lewmar 584 x 123 mm opening port with curtain
2 x Lewmar 710 x 200 mm fixed ports with curtains
Large panoramic Perspex window (2000 x 400 mm) with ABS blinds
2 fixed hull ports with curtains
2 Lewmar Coastline T30 opening hatches with blinds above saloon
4 deckhead lights
Headroom: 2 m
A functional space:
Stowage under hob with hinged door
Laminated work surface over icebox and around sink with moulded wood fiddle
Stainless steel double rectangular sink
Mixer tap with hot/cold pressurised water
Stainless steel gimballed two-burner gas hob and oven with protective stainless steel safety rail
90 L GRP top opening icebox and 90 L front opening icebox with refrigerating unit
Foot pump and icebox drainage
220V socket
One opening port
Ample stowage:
Stowage under hob with hinged door
Cutlery drawer
3 shelves with slotted doors for ventilation
Cupboard with waste bin under sink
2 halogen deckhead lights
Forward facing chart table to starboard with moulded wood fiddle
Panel for navigation instruments
12-switch 12V electrical with circuit breaker
Wood navigator’s seat
Radio/CD player with two speakers in saloon
Stowage locker under seat
Unit with shelves under chart table
2 halogen deckhead lights with 3 switches
Lewmar 584 x 123 mm opening port with curtain
Red chart table light
220V socket
Headroom under companionway: 2.10 m
Moulded wood companionway steps with non-slip surface for greater safety
GRP companionway in 2 hinged sections for engine access
Sliding companionway hatch and varnished wood door
Handrail to both sides of companionway
Headroom: 2.05 m
Integral head compartment moulding, comprising:
Marine toilet
Mirror-fronted cupboard and bathroom accessories
Moulded wood handrail
Lewmar 584 x 123 mm opening port with curtain
3 deckhead lights
Cupboard under basin with accessories
80 L rigid rotomoulded holding tank for WC
Double berth 2 m x 2 m
Hanging locker
Shelf along hull
Lewmar 257 x 109 mm opening port with curtains in cockpit
Lewmar 300 x 120 mm opening with blinds on coachroof coaming
Lewmar Coastline T10 opening hatch with blinds
Fixed hull port
2 reading lights
Deckhead light
220 V socket
3-cabin version
Identical to 2-cabin version
Aft section headroom: 2.05 m
Headroom: 2.10 m
A functional space:
Laminated work surface over icebox and around sink
Stainless steel gimballed two-burner gas hob and oven with protective stainless steel safety rail
Stainless steel double rectangular sink
Mixer tap with hot/cold pressurised water
175 L GRP top-opening icebox with refrigerating unit
Ample stowage:
Stowage under the hob
Stowage with bottle holder
2 shelves along hull with door
Cutlery drawer
Waste bin under sink
Lewmar 584 x 123 mm opening port with curtain
2 deckhead lights
The two cabins are symmetrical and identical, each having:
Headroom: 2.10 m
2 double berths 2 m x 1.50 m
Hanging locker
Shelf along hull
Lewmar 257 x 109 mm opening port with curtains in cockpit
Lewmar 300 x 120 mm opening port with curtains on coachroof coaming
Lewmar Coastline T10 opening hatch with blinds
Fixed hull port
2 reading lights
Deckhead light
Total sail area: 74.90 m².
Mainsail: 32.10 m².
Furling genoa: 42.80 m².
Spinnaker: 106.02 m².
I: 14.05 m.
J: 4.43 m.
P: 12.30 m.
E: 4.60 m.
LP (140% Overlap): 6.20 m.
Designed in accordance with European RCD
requirements and CE Certification, these regulations
ensure that the Océanis Clipper 393 incorporates
the minimum safety requirements including:
Safety and protection of persons on board.
Durability of materials.
Stability and safety.
Safety when manoeuvring.
Fire protection.
Protection of the environment and reduction of
engine emissions.
Design: Berret – Racoupeau.
Length overall: 11.98 m.
Hull length: 11.62 m.
Waterline length: 10.69 m.
Hull beam: 3.96 m.
Light displacement: 7780 Kg.
Air draught: 15.60 m.
Gross tonnage: 16.69 tons.
Draught - cast iron deep keel (Standard):
1.55 m – 2439 Kg.
Draught - cast iron shallow keel (Option):
1.90 m – 2111 Kg.
Fresh water capacity: 476 L.
Fuel capacity: 138 L.
Maximum engine power: 68 HP
CE Certification: A8 / B10 / C12.
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.
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ModelOceanis Clipper 393
Mooring CountrySpain
Year built2005
Sales statusavailable
LOA11.94 m/39 ft
Length11.94 m/39 ft
Width3.96 m/13 ft
KW55.0 hp
No. of cabins3
No. of berths4
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