About this Yacht
39 ft 9 in
Engine / Fuel Type:
Orange Blossom Special
Designer: Berret Racoupeau Design
Hull Shape: Monohull
LOA: 39 ft 9 in
Beam: 12 ft 8 in
LWL: 33 ft 10 in
Maximum Draft: 6 ft 2 in
Dry Weight: 18210 lbs
Total Power: 54 HP
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Engine Power: 54 HP
Cruising Speed: 6 mph @ 2500 RPM
Maximum Speed: 7 mph
Fresh Water Tanks: (95 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: (52 Gallons)
Number of single berths: 1
Number of double berths: 2
Number of cabins: 2
Number of heads: 1
The Océanis 40 is an unequivocal invitation to delight in her design, comfort and performance. The interior architecture and design are by Nauta Design. This great Italian name, a benchmark in the super yacht world, has helped the Océanis 40 achieve her true personality. The contemporary lines are luminosity. Comfort and wellbeing take precedence on board
This Beneteau 40 is by far one of the nicest and best equipped 40's on the market. This very knowledgeable owner has made several upgrades and improvements to make her very safe and easy to sail.
The interior features a large aft cabin with hanging locker to starboard and aft head with seperate shower accessible from the salon and aft cabin. The U-shaped galley is located aft to port and features a 2 burner propane stove with oven, double SS sink, seperate refrigerator and seperate freezer. The large aft facing chart table and navigation station is located forward of the galley. The salon has a large U-shaped dinette to starboard with storage behind and a settee to port. The forward cabin feature a vanity and hanging locker.
- Raymarine C-90 Chart Plotter display
- Raymarine VHF
- Remote Command Mic in cockpit
- Added a Raymarine radar
- Added a Raymarine A/B AIS with dedicated GPS
- Raymarine ST70 depth, speed & wind
- Custom Raymarine linear drive autopilot with roll and pitch sensors for improved control underway
- AM/FM/CD/MP3 stereo with speakers in salon and cockpit
- 12V circuit
- 2 - 4D AGM house batteries - 1 group 27 AGM engine start battery
- Battery charger with Xantrex battery monitor
- Added a high output, smart Balmar generator/regulator.
- Electrical panel (12 V) Water gauge - Fuel gauge - Battery gauge
- Lighting: LED ceiling lights - Reading lights - White/red light fitting - Fluorescent lamp White
- LED running lights
- Galvanic Isolator
- U-shaped galley
- Double Stainless steel sink with hot and cold water
- Front loading refrigerator
- Top loading freezer
- 2 burner propane stove and oven
- Microwave oven
- Fitted cupboards and closed cubbyholes
- 1 cutlery drawer
- Good galley storage
- Yanmar Diesel 54 hp upgrade (340 hours)
- Engine control - Control panel in cockpit
- Engine compartment: Soundproofing foam - Ventilation: 1 air intake and 1 pressured air outlet
- Balmar Alternator upgrade
- Max prop upgrade
- 1 Engine access through companionway (opening with 2 gas pistons) - 2 Engine access through aft cabins
- Iverson dodger with window covers
- Rain fly Bimini
- Electric halyard winch
- (2) electric primary winches
- 44# Delta anchor
- 100' anchor chain & 200' rode
- Teak cockpit sole, seats and swim step
- Quick electric windlass
- 8 opening port lights with screens
- Overhead hatches with screens
- Leather trimmed steering wheels
- Original Stack Pack sail cover
- Original wire back stays
- New bottom paint Sept 2019
Sails & rigging
- Added a Kevlar/carbon North 3DL main for performance ($8,000 value)
- Added a Neil Pride Kevlar/carbon genoa for performance ($4,000 value)
- Selden furler with integrated asymmetrical available as an extra (sail, and integrated furler are new ($7,000 value)
- North gennaker with snuffer/sock
- Added new Samson low stretch MLX halyards and control lines
- Original furling Genoa with UV protective strip (Used only 2 weeks)
- Original classic Mainsail (Used only 2 weeks)
- Rigid boom vang down-haul with tackle
- Rigging run back to cockpit
Replaced the OEM Profurl 320 with a Profurl 420 to handle loads more effectively.
Added a tang (welded to the bow tang) to provide a dedicated gennaker tack.
Added a seldon aluminum pole for use in flying an asymmetrical.
Added a wire guard at the base of the mast.
Added additional steps and hand holds for climbing mast to handle the main.
Added a ring for attaching a harness to enable hands free capability while flaking the main.
Added a swiveling spinnaker block on the mast above the existing head stay attachment to enable use of a sock/stuffer for a gennaker..
Added custom backstay adjuster for improved performance.
(Some Photos to show Improvements).
- Webasto forced air heating system.
Added a custom cabinet in main salon that exactly matches wood,color and style of existing cabinetry (purchased materials from Beneteau France)
Added a custom mattress with moisture barrier in forward berth
Added a drain for the bathroom sink to alleviate issue of sink water draining to the shower sump
Added a custom radar mast with an integrated hoist to enable lifting loads (such as an outboard motor from the swim platform)
Created a custom outboard bracket for carrying motor in stern locker when underway
Added a support station for the OEM outboard motor bracket mounted on the port stern rail
Added a custom swiveling chartplotter mount on the existing table to improve visibility and access while underway
Added various handholds and braces for safety when in a big seaway