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|Length overall||14.30 m|
|Cabins / berths||4 / 8|
|Showers||2 + deck|
|Engine||75 KW Yanmar|
|Fresh water||600 l|
|Year of build||2002|
Bow thruster, Furling main sail, Chart plotter, Autopilot, Dinghy, TV, Cockpit speakers, Wi-Fi & Internet, Bimini, Radio-CD player, Refrigerator.
Free WiFi Internet up to 2GB, Free t-shirt for each client, Free transfer Athens Airport-Alimos Marina, Free Welcome Pack, End Cleaning Vori 160.00 € per booking.
Beneteau Oceanis yachts are inspired by the spirit of the sea and are designed to make sailing easier, safer and more accessible. Jean-Marie Finot and Pascal Conq are undisputed specialists in yachts that are capable of swallowing up the miles with disconcerting ease. The Oceanis 473 is one of these fine vessels.
The Oceanis 473 has a Clipper user-friendly deck and rig gear, a long battened and quick-reefing mainsail, a roller-furling genoa with efficient overlap, a rigid bloom vang and an electric windlass.
The 473 feels really spacious and is very similar to the 423 with a very modern hull design. The wide aft beam gives the rear cabins plenty of space, while up in the cockpit, the twin wheels give you and your crew great access to the swimming platform to enjoy the delights of the welcoming waters. Available in the fleet is the four cabin option with three heads for comfortable accomodation of 8 guests at least.
The magnificent deck plan is a true invitation to cruising: wide side decks, a panoramic windscreen discreetly blended into the elegant curve of the coach roof, all surrounded by a solid teak bulwark, the distinctive mark of great Oceanis.
|Length overall||14.60 m|
|Hull length||14.30 m|
|Light displacement||13,300 Kg|
|Air draft||21.30 m|
|Fresh water||690 l|
|Year of build||2002|
Deck equipment: Cockpit table, Cockpit shower, Cockpit speakers, Steering wheel (2), Dinghy, Outboard motor, Spray-hood, Windlass, Bimini top
Electronics & Facilities: Bow thruster, Electric winch, Electric fridge, Gas oven, Log & Speed, V.H.F., GPS plotter, Wind Instruments, Depth sounder, Radio, CD Player
Rigging / Sails: Roller furling genoa, Full batten main.
Oceanis 48, the full scope of the call of the ocean. A strikingly slender, ideally proportioned with a centred mast and large mainsail arch . . . the desire to set off on a long cruise with an air of adventure.