Beneteau Oceanis 40

Sailing cruiser from the year 2009 - 12,12m length - in Cumbria (United Kingdom)

Sailing cruiser used

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106.562 €
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The Beneteau Oceanis 40 is an unmistakable invitation to the pleasure of design, comfort and performance. Commissioned by ourselves in 2009, She has been well looked after through all 2 owners and boasts an extensive equipment list. This beautiful Oceanis 40 is perfect for long getaways with plenty off accommodation to keep the family happy. Also an absolute joy to sail with a fantastic balance between stability and performance. 

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Features of Beneteau Oceanis 40:

Basic data

  • Type: Sailing cruiser

  • Year : 2009

  • Length: 12.12 m

  • Location: Cumbria (United Kingdom)

  • Name: -

  • Flag: -

  • Shipyard: Beneteau

  • Material: Fibreglass


  • Beam: 3.86 m

  • Draft: -

  • Ballast: -

  • Displacement: 8259.92 Kg


  • Maximum number of passengers: -

  • Cabins: 3

  • Berths: 5

  • Heads: -

  • Water capacity: 359.99 L


  • Number of engines: 1

  • Power: 41 HP

  • Fuel capacity: 199.98 L

  • Motor type : Inboard

  • Fuel type : Diesel

  • Make of the motor: Yanmar 3JH4E

  • Engine usage (hours): -

More information on the boat

  • Monohull

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This Sailing cruiser's equipment


Log speedometer, Autopilot, Tv set, Radio, Wind speed and direction, Compass, Plotter, Depthsounder, Cd player, Gps, Cockpit speakers

Electricity/ Motor Beneteau Oceanis 40

 Vessel is potentialed by a Yanmar 3JH4E 40 Hp inboard diesel engine with reduction gearbox driving stainless steel shaft and three bladed propeller. The engine is mounted on rubberised mounts attached on to the hull inner moulding to reduce noise and vibration. The engine room itself is insulated with soundproofing foam to further minimise noise and is ventilated by a motorised air intake which forces any dangerous fumes through an exhaust on transom.
Engine access is easy with main access via the companionway steps supseaported by two gasoline struts. A further 2 side access hatches are situated in the aft cabins for service and daily checks. Fuel is stored in a 200-litre rotomoulded fuel basin with electronic sender gauge and located under aft seaport dock. This is tailored with a sea water and diesel filter with sediment reservoir. The engine control panel with built-in key start is located in the cockpit next to the starboard helm and is tailored with audible and visual warnings for oil pressure, water temperature and charging.
There is a electrical panel at the blueprint desk split into 12/220V with 10 x 12V switches and 11 fused switches. The addition of a 12V cigarette lighter type socket is ideal for phone charging. There is an illuminated panel showing volts, water basin and fuel level gauges. There are also low charger, low diesel and low water basins alarms. 12V potential is provided by a two 140 Amp service charger located beneath aft starboard cabin and a 110 Amp engine charger located beneath the sole at the foot of the companionway. These are recharged via the 80 Amp alternator coupled to the engine or via the 40amp charger charger when hooked up to sand potential.

Shore power inlet

Deck equipment

Lazyjacks, Electric winch, Spray hood, Steering wheel, Swimming ladder, Teak cockpit, Cockpit cover, Cockpit table, Cockpit shower, Lazy bag

Comfort / Interior

Hot water, Bow thruster, Marine head, Electric bilge pump, Sea water pump, Heating, Battery charger, Refrigerator, Oven


Deck stepped 9/10 fractional aluminium mast with two sets of aft swept spreaders. Stainless steel standing rigging with pair backstays. All lines led aft to cockpit making short handed sailing spacious. Self tailing winches for halyards and sheets with upgraded electric coach roof mounted halyard winch on seaport side of companionway. Aluminium boom with stack pack unit for mainsail.
Sails in include semi full battened mainsail and furling genoa with UV strip.

Battened mainsail, Furling genoa


 Beautifully crafted and appointed sailing yacht. The body is of single-skinned GRP development with added areas of reinforcement (keel, rudder, chainplates, body / deck joint) to further strengthen the body structure. Within the body is a single-skinned structural inner moulding which is bonded and laminated to the body. This reinforces the body structure as it takes and absorbs the stresses at pressure points such as chain plate tie rods, keel and rudder reducing strain on the body. The surface of the inner moulding is finished in white gel making it easier to clean.
The body topsides are finished in high gloss white flow coat with complimenting silver livery. The deck is of glass fibre and balsa sandwich development for optimum strength / weight ratio as well as providing excellent heat and sound insulation. All working areas and areas of movement around the deck are provided with a moulded non-slip diamond point finish.
The keel is tailored to the vessel by a unit of stainless steel bolts with stainless steel backing plates. The keel itself is of cast iron and is the shallow gust version. To increase durability, the keel is given an anti-corrosion treatment and improved finish in the factory before assembly, using epoxy-based coatings and paint. The companionable cockpit is enormous with plentiful storage safes. These are situated to seaport and starboard of cockpit desk, under starboard helm chair and in the wet safe between helm chairs. There is a dedicated gasoline safe with space for 2 bottles located under seaport helm chair. The cockpit benches are teak topped as is the cockpit sole.
 Twin direction consoles with stainless steel handrail with ample space for direction instruments. Each helm has an illuminated compass and leather covered stainless steel wheels. The engine control panel located at the starboard helm along with the single lever engine control, front thruster control and electric windlass control.
Massive GRP cockpit desk inlaid with solid wood with 2 folding leaves, oddments safe, bottle rack and pivoting supseaport for the Raymarina C80 blueprint GPS. This can be angled to whichever helm is in use at the time. There is also a 12V socket for the removable lamp which is lovely when dining outside of an evening.


The inside is plush and comfordesk with fruit tree stained woodwork and Parquet look laminated soles. The fabric lining to body in bar and compartments make the vessel both beam and welcoming.
The main bar is entered from the companionway with louvered bar type doors and large Perspex sliding hatch. To seaport is the linear galley with rectangular stainless steel double sink, mixer tap with hot and chilly pressurised water and stainless steel gimballed 2-burner hob and oven and grill with stainless steel safety rail. Large top-opening 170 L icebox with 12 V refrigerating unit keep the perishables new and off course the wine and beers chilled. Plentiful white laminated worktops for preparation and lots of storage such as large safe with double doors under sink with wastebin, cutlery drawer, body mounted storage units and shelf with stainless steel fiddle. Light and ventilation so imseaportant in this area are well catered for with halogen deck front beams, beam over hob, opening body seaports (1 seaport / 1 starboard) with curtains and large double panoramic windows seaport and starboard with pleated blinds.
This is the three compartment version with pair aft visitor compartments and owners ensuite compartment forward. Both aft compartments have large double docks, opening seaports, wardrobe hanging space and 12V deck and reading beams. The starboard aft compartment has access from the compartment itself into the large bar fronts. Th

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Basic Technical Data

  • Shipyard: Beneteau

  • Model: Beneteau Oceanis 40CC Clipper

  • Year of manufacture: 2006

  • Type of boat: Sailing cruiser

  • Construction material: Fibreglass

  • Displacement: 8500 Kg

  • Length: 12 m

  • Beam: 3,9 m

  • Draft: 1,65 m

Market price analysis

Prices of Beneteau Oceanis 40 boats from 2009 advertised in in the last two years.

  • 79.000 €Lowest price
  • 103.380 €Average price
  • 130.000 €Highest price

The asking price of this boat is €106.562, 3% more expensive than the average for this model.

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Beneteau Oceanis 40

It is a sailing cruiser, manufactured by the shipyard Beneteau in the year 2009 and has a sale price of 106.562€.

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