This 37 has been updated by a discerning owner who has made her ready to cruise to Alaska and beyond.
Meticulously planned and with striking lines, the Oceanis 37 follows in the tradition set by her larger siblings. The contemporary interior comes from Nauta Design, whilst the extended and taut exterior lines are the work of Finot-Conq & Associates. Innovation is the most prominent feature in this boats design concept.
Upgraded batteries, solar panels, full cockpit enclosure, additional chain and larger anchor are just some of the upgrades that make this a not to miss opportunity at a nearly new boat.
Rigging run back to cockpit (except boom topping lift - Foot tuning line)
Complete running rigging: 1 Main halyard - 1 genoa halyard with clutch on mast and cleat - Boom topping lift with cleat on mast - 1 Mainsail foot - 1 Main sheet on traveller - 2 Genoa sheets - 2 fast reefing ropes
5 clutches to port
3 jamming cleats
2 Self-tailing genoa sheet winches (H46.2 STC)
1 Electric self tailing winch on deck house port side (H35.2 STC)
2 Aluminium winch handles
2 Winch handle boxes
1 Furling genoa with UV protective strip
Semi full batten written sail with slider and roller slider
Added Luff Slide Grommets for Strong Track slides
Lazy Jack and Easy bag in Perle colour
1 Wet locker to port (Life raft storage, Gas box 2 bottles)
1 Starboard locker (Sail locker)
1 Locker next to tiller seat to starboard
Natural solid wood slatted cockpit benches
1 Steering wheel console: Leather covered steering wheel ( 1100 mm diameter) - 1 Rudder system on column - 1 metal cable transmission system - 1 Stainless steel guard rail - navigation instrument stand (optional instruments) - 1 Compass on binnacle
Engine control - Control panel to starboard
1 Deck hole for access to tiller system - 1 Emergency tiller
Companionway hatch and door in PMMA
Custom dodger and Bimini
Yanmar Diesel 29 hp
Racor Model 120AP Fuel/Water Separator
Engine compartment: Soundproofing foam - Ventilation: 1 air intake and 1 pressured air outlet
Sails and Main Sail Cover cleaned by Clean Sails, Bainbridge Island, January 2020
Last Haul Out September 2020, One Coat of Seahawk Sharkskin Bottom Paint, new Zinc Anodes on prop and shaft, Propspeed Coating applied to Prop
Yanmar Fully Serviced September 2020: Changed Racor and Yanmar Fuel Filters; Changed Yanmar Engine Oil/Filter; Changed Transmission Oil; Replaced Raw Water Pump Impeller; Inspected Belts, Alternator Output
I : 45.75 ft J : 14.75 ft P : 43.33 ft E : 12.58 ft
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.