*** PRICE JUST REDUCED FOR A FASTER SALE ***
RUNNIN AMOK is an extremely well-maintained, high quality BENETEAU Oceanis 321 that is aggressively priced for a fast sale and a must see! She offers good sailing performance; an extremely comfortable cockpit area; a sugar sloop walk-through transom; and a very comfortable two (2) stateroom single head salon layout configuration. This Beneteau Oceanis is ready for immediate coastal and Bahamas cruising and the only thing missing on it is you!
This vessel has extraordinary interior space, given its 32' length with 6' 3" headroom and ample storage. It sleeps seven (7) with a large king size berth in the aft cabin, a double V-berth, a fixed dinette which drops down to offer a double berth and a single berth on port-side lounge. Aft to port is a Navigation Station with flip-top chart table next to the electrical panel. The well-equipped galley is next aft to port. Across to starboard is the head with marine toilet, vanity with sink, shower and plenty of storage for toiletries. The warm atmosphere is enhanced by plenty of cherry stained woodwork below. With a large cockpit above and walk-thru transom swim platform, it has easy access in and out of the water with a transom and freshwater shower located there for convenience.
This USCG Documented Vessel, is a well-designed cruising boat that has had many recent upgrades including a 16000 BTU Webasto FCF air conditioning system; Go Power 3000 watt inverter; Webasto refrigerator conversion for the ice box; Raymarine Axiom 7 Chart Plotter with Realvision 3D Sounder and EV100 Autopilot. Recently bottom painted in March 2019 and new lazy jack rigging installed June 2020 and a new gooseneck bracket installed September 2020. This boat is fully equipped to take to the islands with a 4' 3" shoal draft keel.
LOA: 32’ 7” Beam: 11’ 3” Max Hull Draft: 4’ 3” Displacement: 9700 lbs
ENGINE: YANMAR 3GM30F 27HP Inboard Diesel Engine Hours: 1577 Fuel Capacity: 18 US Gallons (Plastic Tank) - Water Capacity: 55 US - Gallons Holding Tank: 12 US Gallons.
Galley: U-shaped galley aft to port. Full set of Dishes, Flatware, Pots and pans included. Hot and Cold water Webasto refrigerator Double Stainless Sink.
Raymarine Axiom 7 W/ real vision 3D sensor; Raymarine EV100 autopilot; Raymarine Ray73 VHF W/ AIS receiver and GPS and all of the standard 1996 Beneteau Oceanis 321 helm instrumentation.
16000 BTU Webasto FCF Air Conditioning System with Reverse Cycle Heat.
1 Optima starting battery
1 Optima house bank battery (tied to the factory 12 VDC panel)
4 Optima house bank batteries (for the refrigerator and Inverter)
(All Batteries are about three (3) years old and in great condition)
Blue Sea Systems battery charger Go Power 3000 watt Inverter
2X 100 watt solar panels with wiring (included but not installed).
Deck: CQR Plow anchor on roller w/30' 5/16” chain and 100’ ½” nylon rope Rode Four Deck Hatches Eight Opening ports.
Sails and Rigging: Sloop rig with all lines (halyard, reefing, etc.) to the cockpit. Doyle Stack Pac w/Full Battened Sail and Lazy Jacks 120% RF Genoa ProFurl Roller Furling Lewmar Winches: Two #40 ST2SP Genoa Sheet and two #16 STSS Halyard/Reefing w/8 rope clutches. Sails were replaced sometime before the current owner purchased the boat in 2014 and all sails are currently in good condition. There is a zip-in dodger that is part of the bimini which is not the traditional type of standalone dodger. Mast Height Over Water: 46’ 7” - Sail Area: 600 sq ft. All sails are in good condition.
Other Features: Roomy Cockpit with Walk-thru "Sugar Scoop" Transom. Large bimini Top Cockpit Shower Four 12V Fans.
LED interior lighting Cockpit Cushions and back rest Large cockpit w Large cockpit locker Diesel Jerry Can Bottom job in 2019 Webasto FCF 16,000 BTU A/C unit located in Cockpit Locker (Capable of running off of the inverter while at anchor).
Uninstalled but included equipment:
2 Go Power flexible solar panels that tie into the existing inverter controls.
Raymarine wind transducer.
CONSTRUCTION HULL: Laminated G.R.P. hull with internal fiberglass hull liner, reinforced with unidirectional rovings.
DECK: Balsa sandwich for stiffness plus thermal and acoustic insulation. Deck liner for additional insulation and easy maintenance.
INTERIOR WOOD: Stained Wood.
DECK EQUIPMENT • Bow Pulpit in s/s, with red/green navigation lights • Stern Pulpit in s/s with ring buoy and flag staff supports • (6) x 20" stanchions with double lifelines and gates port and starboard • (2) teak handrails on coachroof • Extruded anodized aluminum toerail • Stemhead fitting with 2 mooring fairleads and 1 anchor roller • (2) aft mooring fairleads • (4) anodized aluminum mooring cleats and 2 midship fairleads • Chain locker with windlass shelf, 1 cleat and eye strap for anchor rode • (2) genoa sheet tracks with cars • Coachroof mounted mainsheet system • (1) quadruple deck organizer on starboard side to lead control lines aft to cockpit.
ACCOMMODATIONS: FORWARD CABIN • Double berth 5'11" X 6'11" • Mattress high density foam with removable cover • Hanging locker • Storage space beneath berth • (2) halogen reading lights • (1) opening hatch 12 7/8" x 18" with roller blind • (1) forward facing fixed portlight 25 1/2" x 8 1/2" .
SALON TO STARBOARD • Salon table with U Shaped settee. (Can be transformed into double berth) • Beige cushions. • Storage space beneath settee • (1) halogen overhead light • (1) opening deck hatch 12 7/8" x 18" with roller blind • (1) fixed hatch above the table with curtain 25 1/2" x 8 1/2" • (1) fixed portlight on coachroof coaming 25 1/2" x 8 1/2" • (1) fixed hull portlight 25 1/2" x 8 1/2" .
SALON TO PORT • (1) settee seat with storage under • (1) chart table aft facing with storage space outboard • (8) function electrical panel • (1) electronics installation panel • (1) halogen overhead light • (1) white light over chart table • (1) fixed hatch 25 1/2" x 8 1/2" above the settee with curtain • (1) fixed portlight on coachroof coaming 25 1/2" x 8 1/2" • (1) fixed hull portlight 25 1/2" x 8 1/2" .
GALLEY TO PORT • Headroom 6'3" • (1) Stainless steel double sink with mixing faucet • Pressurized fresh hot and cold water • Trash can • (3) burner stove with oven, stainless steel safety bar and thermocouple safety shut-off • Icebox (4.7 cubic feet) insulated with polyurethane foam • 6 gal. hot water heater • Storage lockers • (1) halogen overhead light • (1) fluorescent light • (2) opening ports on the coaming 5" x 12".
HEAD • Headroom 6' 1" • Wash basin with mixing faucet for pressurized hot and cold water • Shower • Stowage lockers • Mirror.
OCEANIS 321 • USCG approved marine head with holding tank, 15 gals • Open molded wet locker • Discharge of used water via 12v electrical bilge pump • (1) halogen overhead light • (1) opening port 5" x 12" on the coachroof coaming COMPANIONWAY • Headroom 6' 3" • Removable steps for access to engine, fiberglass with non-skid covering • (2) wood grab-rails • Plexiglass sliding panel • Drop board.
AFT CABIN • (1) cabin with double berth 7' 3" X 4' 11" • Mattress 4.75" thick with removable cover • Lockers • Hanging locker • Stowage space • (1) engine access panel • (3) halogen overhead lights • (1) opening port on the transom 5" x 12" • (1) opening port in the coaming 5" x 12" • (1) opening port into the cockpit 5" x 12" • Curtains.
MISCELLANEOUS EQUIPMENT • Raymarine EV100 Autopilot, • Raymarine Ray73 VHF W/ AIS receiver and GPS • Sternrail Seats • Stereo • Shore Power Cord • Hot & Cold Cockpit Shower • (1) manual bilge pump • (1) electric bilge pump • (1) water tank (55 gals.) built into hull liner • (1) propane bottle • Teak flagstaff • Owner's manual ELECTRICAL • 110v shore power system with 4 outlets • Battery charger 40 amp • Battery box with wiring, interior dimensions • (L:13 3/4", W: 7 1/2", H: 10 1/2") KEEL • Lead bulb keel.
NOTES: The engine was stalling out after ten minutes of operation. Owner had the fuel polished which did not solve the problem. Owner had the Fuel Tank completely removed on December 10th, 2020 and thoroughly cleaned; replaced primary and secondary fuel filters; reinstalled fuel tank with new fuel lines; replaced hoses and clamps with new ABYC approved fittings. Tank now filled with new fresh diesel fuel. In addition, the cooling line from the seacock to the strainer from the raw water pump was replaced with new (hose and clamps). The engine is now running like new!
Latest Service Updates February 2021: New Cutlass Bearing and Shaft Seal; New Rudder Bearing; Compound Buff & Wax Hull Sides; Fresh Bottom Paint and New Prop.
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.
Jerry Chiappetta, Jr.
Licensed and Bonded Yacht and Ship Salesperson Since 1999
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