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Old 26-05-2010, 10:02   #1
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Beneteau Oceanis 350

The boat is in good condition, kept in a marina and has not been used much in the last two years. It’s a great boat to sail and I sailed it to Oz and back to Thailand a couple of years ago.
Construction: GRP extensive inner moulding with longitudinal and lateral stringers.
Keel configuration: Bolted on cast iron fin keel
Design displacement: 4800Kg

Cabins:Saloon, fore berth & 1 aft quarter cabin & heads - 6 Berths

Engine & Sterngear: Yanmar 3 cylinder 4-stroke diesel engine. shaft drive
Electrical system: 12volt 2 x 12v Batteries
Fuel tanks: Stainless steel tank under aft cabin. Deck filler

Rig: Masthead sloop rig with two pairs of spreaders, slab reefing and roller reefing genoa

Mast & rigging: The mast & boom are Z spars anodised aluminium alloy spars. The mast is stepped on an alloy shoe. Within the cabin an aluminium alloy tube carries the mast load to the hull.
Standing rigging is stainless steel 1 x 19 wire.
Sails: no #1 Genoa & semi battened Main sail

Additional Standard Spec:
Winches & stoppers: A pair of self tailing sheet winches & a pair of (one self tailing) halyard winches. Two banks of halyard stoppers
Bilge pumps: Manual bilge pump & electric pump
Ground tackle Bruce anchor on 10mm galvanised chain
Gas cylinder
A cooker with 2 hobs, grill and oven


Inventory:
CD Radio, Mosquito net, 4 fans, T.V., wetsuit with snorkel +mask, Six life jackets,
Speed Log. echo sounder have not been used in a while,
Garmin GPS Map,
Autohelm ST4000 wheel autopilot, Air x marine 400 watt wind generator,
Stern shower

Technical Information:
Gross tonnage 11.30 24,910 lbs
Net tonnage 7.65 16,870 lbs
Length over all 9.6 m 31.5 feet
Breadth extreme 3.4 m 11.15 feet
Depth moulded 1.6 m 5.25 feet
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Old 28-06-2010, 19:16   #2
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No price which probably means I cant afford her lol
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Old 04-07-2010, 10:32   #3
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How much are you asking Capt?
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Old 04-07-2010, 19:39   #4
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The price I would like is Around 1,300,000 thai baht. But if you have any offers I will think about it.
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If my currency converter is correct, that equates to right around US $40,100
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Is that correct skipper? Appx. $40k? Where is the boat located? Thialand?
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And what year was she built?
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Old 08-07-2010, 09:20   #8
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yes $40,000 and built1989
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Old 31-07-2010, 19:54   #9
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If it was sailed back to Australia, would sales tax have to be paid?
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She is just what I am looking for!!!

*opens babies money box and starts counting pennies*

Erm....can you hold her for 2 years? lol Please?
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The boat's reg is in Thailand and that is where it is. the tax are paid for here if you are in oz that a diff matter I dont know I only visited for 3 months and sailed back
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I checked up and duty is 5% then 10% GST of the customs valuation, including all costs to sail the yacht to Australia, customs also include food, marina, maps and diesel costs for the trip. I am looking at my options at the moment and digging further into the final cost. Where abouts in Thialand are you?
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Old 07-08-2010, 21:28   #13
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the boat is in Ko chang about 250km from Bangkok.
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Old 08-08-2010, 04:37   #14
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Nice Lines

Griff,

I like your boat. Do you have an email or number where I could ask you more questions about it? You can send me a Private Mail on this site, right?

From Bangkok, how's the best way to get down there to look at it?

When was the hull last taken down to glass and inspected for Osmosis? Is there a boat yard for hauling near Ko chang?

When was the last engine overhaul with stainless exhaust?

The feathering prop O/H?

How long is the Thai registration still good for? And can it stay in force after transfer?

I'm in a Freeport zone, but the boats have to be registered out of the country to escape duty, afaik.

Thanks,

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Hi is the yacht still for sale regards Brad
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