Beneteau Oceanis Clipper 311
For this 1998 example, the extra ‘Clipper’ kit included hot water, a cockpit shower, ‘semi-full’ battened main with lazyjacks and a stack-pack for stowing, wheel steering, two batteries and a battery charger, a fridge, a CD player, shore power and a set of crockery. Designed by Group Finot, she came with a bulbed fin keel or a shallowdraught, lifting keel and twin rudders. The hull is one of the sleeker in the Océanis range and performs well. Below decks, the layout is conventional with a double cabin forward and an aft cabin with a very large double bunk. The saloon has straight, parallel settees, an aft-facing chart table and an effective galley. She is lightly, but neatly fi nished and the basic structure is sound.
LOA 9.50m (31ft 2in), LWL 8.8m (28ft 10in), beam 3.23m (10ft 6in), draught 1.45m (4ft 8in), or 0.8m to 2m (2ft 7in to 6ft 6in), displacement 3,650kg (8,030lb), or 3,950kg (8,690lb). Price guide: £50,000 to £58,000.