2007 Beneteau 37' (11.28 m) Oceanis Clipper 373
Harpswell, Maine, United States
Sheekasay is a true New England boat having spent her entire life between Rhode Island and Maine. Well equipped from the factory and improved upon by both owners, Sheekasay presents and feels like a much newer vessel. Ready to cruise this season this is a great opportunity to own a Beneteau Oceanis.
Flag of Registry: United States
- Fiberglass Hull
- HIN/IMO: BEYN5207L607
"Very well-equipped as standard and designed to combine performance, interior space and elegance, the Oceanis Clipper 373 invites you set sail serenely. It puts the open sea within your reach, outside, as well as inside, and allows you to comfortably host friends and family." Oceanis 373 Brochure
Sheekasay is a true New England boat having spent her entire life between Rhode Island and Maine. Well-equipped from the factory and improved upon by both owners, Sheekasay presents and feels like a much newer vessel. Ready to cruise this season this is a great opportunity to own a Beneteau Oceanis 373 in above average condition.
Official Number: 1195141
LOA: 36' 11'' (11.25 Meters)
Type: Sail- Used
Beam: 12' 4''
LWL: 32' 10''
Draft Max: 5' 11''
Head Room: 6' 7''
Fuel Type: Diesel
Hull Material: Fiberglass
Bridge Clearance: 55' 9''
Displacement: 14550 lbs
Designer: Berret / Racoupeau
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- Engine Make: Yanmar
- Engine Model: 3JH4E
- Engine Year: 2006
- Engine Type: Inboard
- Drive Type: Sail
- Power HP: 39.00
- Power KW: 29.08
- Fuel Type: Diesel
- Hours: 653.00
- Engine Location: Middle
"Designed in accordance with European RCD requirements and CE certification, these regulations ensure that the Océanis Clipper 373 incorporates the minimum safety requirements including: • Safety and protection of persons on board. • Durability of materials. • Stability and safety. • Safety when maneuvering. • Fire protection. • Protection of the environment and reduction of engine emissions.
- The hull is single-skinned GRP construction. Reinforced points (keel, rudder, chain plates, hull-deck joint) help to strengthen the structure.
- A structural inner molding is bonded and laminated to the hull. Its structural role is important as it takes and absorbs the stresses at pressure points (shroud chain- plate tie rods, keel, rudder, etc.), and spreads any loads guaranteeing reduced strain on the hull. The surface material of the inner molding makes cleaning easier and provides a better finish.
- The standard hull is white in color.
- The deck is sandwich construction (glass fibre and balsa) for an optimal strength/weight ratio and excellent thermal and sound insulation.
- A “diamond point” non-slip surface increases safety over all areas of movement on deck.
An open-work aluminum toe rail is bonded and screwed to the deck. This assembly technique ensures water- tightness of the hull/deck joint and provides safety during movement on deck.
The keels (deep and shallow draught) are cast iron. To improve their durability the keels are given an anti- corrosion treatment and improved finish in the factory before assembly, using epoxy-based coatings and paint. The keel is screwed to the boat with a stainless steel backplate and bonded.
- Composite stock under-hung rudder
- Column-mounted pivoting steering wheel (Bénéteau patent)
- Metal cable transmission system
- Emergency tiller"
~ Oceanis 373 Brochure
- (4) Fair leads on the beam and in the stern
- (6) Anodized aluminum mooring cleats
- (6) Deck-stoppers for halyards, furling lines, vang and mainsheet
- (2) Stainless grab rails on the coach roof
- Mainsheet traveler track with car
- (1) Adjustable dorade-type vent for ventilation
- Stainless steel stern rail with horseshoe buoy holder and flagpole holder
- Kato dingy davits
- Kato outboard motor davit
- Teak flagpole and deck fitting
- (1) Cockpit locker, life-raft stowage
- (1) Lazarette locker
- (1) Locker for two gas bottles, complying w/safety standards
- Self-bailing cockpit
- Pivoting wheel on pedestal with instrument panel
- Compass and engine control lever on steering pedestal
- Removable wooden drop-leaf cockpit table
- 12-Volt console light
- Drink holders
- Engine instrument panel on coaming with protective Plexiglas cover
- Access to swim platform by tilting helmsman's seat
- Teak-inlaid transom skirt with protective rubber strip
- GRP foot brace in middle of cockpit
- Shore power receptacle on the transom
- Cockpit shower with hot and cold pressurized water
- Teak-inlaid swim platform
- Stainless steel boarding ladder with plastic steps
- Stern light
- Teak inlaid cockpit seats
- (2) Teak steps on coamings for access to the side decks
- Stainless steel bow rail with bi-color navigation light
- Stainless steel stem head fitting with anchor roller and fair lead
- Self-bailing anchor well with optional electric windlass
- 1000-Watt electric windlass
- Anchor/deck raw wash down
- 6 x 24" Stainless steel stanchions with double lifelines and gates port and starboard
- Extruded perforated aluminum toe rails
- Genoa sheet tracks with adjustable cars port and starboard
- Genoa sheet turning blocks with stoppers
- (2) Lewmar 48 CSTO genoa sheet winches mounted on cockpit coamings
- (2) Lewmar 35 CSTO maneuvering winch on the coach roof port and starboard
- (1) Winch handle holder
- (2) Winch handles
- Raymarine C-80 multifunction display
- Raymarine ST6002 autopilot display
- Raymarine ST60+ tridata display
- Raymarine ST60+ wind display
- I-Com RAM mic
- Plastimo 4 inch ships compass
- Depth transducer
- I-Com IC M442 marine VHF
Standing and Running Rigging
"Mast and Boom:
- Anodised aluminium tapered 9/10 mast
- Deck-stepped with stainless steel pillar in saloon
- Double 20° aft swept spreaders
- Anodised aluminium
- 2 “Automatic” reefing lines led back to cockpit
- The boom is fitted with a mainsail outhaul tackle led back to the mast
- Discontinuous stainless steel rigging
- Forestay with mechanical genoa furling gear
- Two aft inner shrouds
- Two backstays
- Hydraulic backstay
- All chain plates are stainless steel and fixed to side decks
- Shroud chain plates are fixed to the inner molding by stainless steel tie rods
The principal lines are led back to the cockpit for more safety. The running rigging comprises:
- Low stretch genoa and mainsail halyards
- Boom topping lift
- Two genoa sheets
- Mainsheet with block system
- Rigid boom vang with tackle
The main halyard is led back to the cockpit and the topping lift remains at the mast.
Running rigging handling on the port side by means of:
- One 6-sheave deck organizer
- Three double jammers
- Three cleats"
~ Oceanis 373 Brochure
12 Volt DC Electrical System:
- 12 Volt electrical distribution panel
- Start battery ~ 2012
- Battery monitoring system
- Upgraded 2 x 12 volt lithium ion batteries - 400 amp hours total
- 110 Amp alternator
- (2) 90-Watt solar panels integrated into bimini
120 Volt AC Electrical System:
- 110 Volt electrical distribution panel
- 110 Volt shore power system
- 1 x 110 Volt outlet per cabin, and one each for the chart table, head and galley
- 20-amp battery charge
- Yanmar 39 hp fresh water-cooled diesel primary engine
- Engine compartment insulated with foam
- Shaft protected by GRP skeg molded to the hull
- 3-Bladed feathering propeller
- External engine instrument panel on coaming
- Hour meter
- Fuel gauge
- Low voltage fans
- Screens for all opening ports
- Tank monitoring system
- Double berth
- Shelf along the hull
- Hanging locker to starboard
- (2) Reading lights
- (1) Lewmar opening hatch with blind
- (2) Opening ports
- Dining table with wood fiddles
- U-shaped settee
- Bar locker behind the settee back
- Stowage under the settees
- Starboard settee
- Pressure laminate flooring throughout interior
- (1) Lewmar opening deck hatch with blind
- (2) Opening ports on the coach roof, 27 7/16" x 7 9/16" with curtain
- (2) Halogen overhead lights and (4) halogen reading lights
- Storage cupboards behind settees
- Large panoramic overhead fixed ports with blinds
- Forward facing chart table
- Seat with stowage locker
- (14) Functions 12 volt control panel
- Opening panel for navigation instruments
- (1) Halogen overhead light
- (1) Red navigators light
- Stainless steel double sink with mixer tap, pressurized hot and cold water system
- Cutlery drawer
- Trash can
- (2) Burner LPG stove
- Built-in shelf for microwave
- 12 Volt refrigeration
- Separate freezer and refrigerator in two cabin version
- Hot water heater
- Cupboards with louvered inserts
- Sink cover/cutting board
- (1) Opening port above the stove
- (1) Opening hatch
- The companionway steps hinge for access to the engine
- Wood steps with anti-slip treads
- (2) Wooden handrails
- Sliding Plexiglas hatch
- Companionway washboards with ventilation grill
- (1) Large double berth
- Hanging locker
- Engine access panel
- Overhead opening hatch
- (1) Opening port
- (2) Reading lights
- Molded easy-clean unit
- Separate shower compartment with teak seat
- Hand-held flexible shower unit
- Toilet accessory holders
- Electric sump pump for shower
- Built-in washbasin with mixer tap, pressurized hot and cold water
- Lockers for toilet accessories
- Clothes hooks
- Holders for tumbler and toilet paper
- Upgraded, freshwater headMarine toilet with holding tank
- (1) Lewmar opening port
- Owner's manual
- (1) Electric sump pump and flow switch
- (1) Electric bilge pump
- Hatch screens
- Framed canvas winter cover
- Lithium Ion 400-amp hour house battery bank installed ~ 2021
- Freshwater head ~ 2019
- Jib ~ 2019
- Bottom stripped and 2 part epoxy barrier coat applied ~ 2013
- Salon cushions in Ultrasuede ~ 2013
- Bimini/dodger cover including sunshade and wrap around enclosure ~ 2013
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Scott Woodruff, CPYB
Yacht Broker, CPYB
Scott makes his passion his career. Growing up in a sailing family, Scott was on yachts from an early age cruising Block Island Sound as well as the Maine Coast. Upon entering college, he started racing and was introduced to dinghy sailing where he honed his skills. After college Scott joined the Living Classroom Foundation in Baltimore originally as a volunteer and then as an employee where he taught sailing to inner city youth, assisted with their boat building program and met his wife of 22 years, Alex.
Returning to Maine in 1998, Scott started his professional career in the yachting industry by taking a job with Sun Yachts in Camden, Maine as a Sales Agent. From Camden, Maine Scott worked his way up through the ranks as he moved to Portland, Maine as the Crewed Yacht Supervisor for Stardust. Then on to Tortola in the British Virgin Islands for 7 Years as the Caribbean Yacht Sales Manager for Sunsail. He then moved to Ft Lauderdale, Florida to take on the position of Global Sales Manager for Leopard Catamarans for 7 years. In 2014 Scott returned home again with his family and joined East Coast Yacht Sales taking over the Camden Office and then opening a second office in Belfast, ME.
Scott knows the yachting industry. Having represented and worked with many of the industry leading manufacturers, traveling globally to work with factories on build projects, and working with many of the industryâs leading designers, Scott is well positioned to help buyers and sellers navigate the buying/selling process.