2000 Beneteau Oceanis 321 Sailboat for sale

Beach House at Anchor
32' Beneteau Oceanis 321
  • Year: 2000
  • SOLD
  • Located in Collins Bay, Kingston, On
Contact: Last Revised: Oct 13, 2009


Builder: Beneteau Designer: Groupe Finot


LOA: 32'7" LWL: 29'5" Beam: 11'3"
Displacement: 9,700 lbs Draft: 4'3" Bridge Clearance: 46'3"
Ballast: 3,274 lbs Headroom: 6'1"


Engine(s): Yanmar Engine(s) HP: 27 Engine Model: 3GM30F
Hours: 770


Fuel: 18 gal Water: 55 gal Holding: 15 gal

Other Info

321 Beneteau Site Oceanis 321 Review 321 Specifications

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Beach House Sailing
Nice Galley
Chart Table, Instruments
Large Aft Cabin
Huge Aft Cabin, King Size Bed
Cradle and Winter Cover
Cradle and Winter Cover
Under the Cover
Under the Cover
Anchor Locker
Anchor Locker, Manual Windlass
At the dock
At the dock
Cockpit, Wheel
Full Enclosure
Full Enclosure
Full Enclosure
Full Enclosure
A beauty, indeed!
A beauty, indeed!
White fiberglass hull; white fiberglass non-skid decks; green cove & boot stripes;
lead bulb keel; bow & stern pulpits; double lifelines; wheel steering; teak
handrails; anodized aluminum toerail; anchor roller; cockpit shower (hot & cold)
on transom; swim platform, swim ladder.

Belowdecks the Beneteau Oceanis 321 is a truly surprising yacht. She features
a huge amount of interior volume which is well illuminated and ventilated
with 17 opening and fixed portlights and all of the cruising comforts of
her bigger sisters.
Starting forward is a large private sleeping cabin with v-berth, hanging
locker and storage outboard. Next aft is the main salon with a settee and
nav station to port and u-shaped settee to starboard around a large offset
dining table. Further aft to port is a well equipped u-shaped galley and to
starboard head compartment equipped with hot & cold pressure water, shower,
and a marine head. Further aft to starboard is the private aft owner's cabin
with a huge double berth, hanging locker storage and good ventilation
provided by three opening portlights and one overhead opening hatch.

  • Adler Barbour 12v DC Refrigeration
  • First Wave Gimbaled Stainless Steel 2-Burner Propane Stove w/Oven
  • Hot & Cold Pressurized Fresh Water System
  • Dual Stainless Steel Sinks with covers
  • Generous Galley Storage

Electronics & Navigation
  • Raytheon ST4000+ Autopilot
  • Raytheon ST60 Wind, located at helm navpod
  • Raytheon ST60 Tridata, located at helm navpod
  • Standard Eclipse VHF w/Masthead Antenna
  • JVC KS-FX440 AM/FM stereo with 12 disc CD changer

  • 12v DC System w/12 Function Circuit Breaker Panel
  • Heart Interface Link 2000 Battery Monitor
  • Waste Tank Monitor (installed 2009)
  • 2 x 12v AGM Marine Batteries (new 2008)
  • 110v Shorepower System w/Circuit Breaker Panel & 110v Outlets
  • Battery Charger

Sails & Rigging
  • In Mast Roller Furling Mainsail System
  • Doyle Roller Furling Dacron Main
  • Profurl Genoa Roller Furling System
  • Doyle 130% Roller Furling Genoa
  • 623 sq. ft. Total Sail Area
  • Rigid Boom Vang

  • (2) Lewmar CST40 Self Tailing Primary Winches
  • (2) Lewmar CST16 Self Tailing Cabin Top Winch
  • (5) Cabin Top Line Stoppers
  • All Lines Led Aft
  • Lewmar Mainsheet Traveler Mounted on Coachroof
  • Simpson Lawrence Manual Anchor Windlass
  • 33lb Bruce Anchor w/ 200ft rode + 15ft chain
  • Second Anchor: Danforth S1300 w/ 200ft rode + 25ft chain (new 2009)
  • Plexiglass Companionway Boards

  • High Quality Custom Built Bimini, Dodger and (2) Connectors (2006)
  • Custom Full-Enclosure Screens (2009)
  • Custom Cockpit cushions (2007)
  • Custom Wheel Leather Cover (2008)
  • Sternperch Seats
  • Insect Screens for Hatches & Ports

Other Equipment
  • Custom Built Winter Cover with Metal Frame (2005)
  • Professionally Built Cradle (2005)
  • Fenders
  • Docklines
  • B321 Owner Manual
  • Yanmar 3GM30F Owner Manual
  • Original Individual Instrument and Equipment Manuals (e.g.: electronics, pumps, winches, etc)

Maintained and taken care of very diligently by her current owner
(see maintenance log)
this *gem* will make you very proud when complete strangers stop by and say:
"what a beauty" or when you just see heads turning!
She sails smoothly and feels very safe. With all lines led aft and the in-mast
furling main, you'll be sailing her singlehandedly like a pro in no time. And when
the wind dies on you, the Yanmar 27hp engine will take you dependably wherever
you want to go.
Interior space is simply unparalleled in this category, a couple or small family can
live onboard comfortably for weeks at a time.

Maintenance Log (since purchased in 2005)

Date Engine hours What
07/01/2005 Survey
26/01/2005 360 hrs Purchase
13/04/2005 Transport Annapolis-Ottawa
15/04/2005 Crane to unload
30/04/2005 Cradle purchase and delivery
30/04/2005 Change all head and holding tank pipes to eliminate odors
30/04/2005 Paint bottom over existing paint with Micron CSC Shark White
30/04/2005 Changed zinc anode and burned shore power inlet connector
30/04/2005 Changed broken windex
30/04/2005 Clean and wax Hull
06/07/2005 Changed traveller line
06/07/2005 Changed broken barb on water pump
06/07/2005 Changed burned lights (interior, bow navigation light)
06/07/2005 Changed broken drain flange (head sink drain), ordered from Beneteau
06/07/2005 Rebed port handrail and touch-up with Cetol
06/07/2005 Changed 12v cockpit lighter plug
06/07/2005 Thorough cleaning of windlass, rail benches, interior in general, engine compartment
25/10/2005 416 hrs Change oil, oil filter and engine coolant
25/10/2005 Take batteries home
25/10/2005 Antifreeze in all pipes, head, tanks, water heater (By-passed)
09/11/2005 Install new winter cover
26/12/2005 Couple of visits during winter to inspect in general and remove snow from winter cover
19/02/2006 Visit boat, remove snow from cover, inspect bilge, engine compartment
25/03/2006 Visit boat
07/04/2006 Install new raw water strainer
07/04/2006 Install new air filter
08/04/2006 Replace engine belts and inspect raw water pump
09/04/2006 Applied 3 coats of Cetol on handrail
14/04/2006 Inspected and sealed chain plate
18/04/2006 Remove winter cover
19/04/2006 Sand bottom paint to clean and fair
22/04/2006 Clean deck and hull
26/04/2006 Clean topsides with color restorer
28/04/2006 Wax topsides w/ meguiar #50
29/04/2006 Add coat of bottom paint (Micron CSC extra shark white)
29/04/2006 Rebed hull to keel joint w/ 3m 4200
30/04/2006 Clean prop w/ CLR, re-seal couple screws on port jib track
01/05/2006 Clean waterline w/ FSR and then wax w/ Meguiar #50
07/05/2006 Mast stepping with crane
10/05/2006 Bimini Installed
13/05/2006 Finished changing holding tank pipes
14/05/2006 Vacuum clean and clean compartments below cushions
23/06/2006 Installed solar powered cockpit lights
23/06/2006 Raise Carole up the mast to fix windex and check
27/06/2006 Caulk wall panel in head compartment
07/07/2006 Buy Bimini, Dodger, connectors
07/07/2006 Buy 3 fenders + lines
08/07/2006 Serviced coach top port side winch
25/07/2006 Added vertical bar to support BBQ
03/08/2006 438 hrs Oil and filter change
14/08/2006 Buy and install new transom shower plastic covers
23/08/2006 Buy and install companionway stair locks
26/08/2006 Clean lifelines with color restorer
21/10/2006 De-Mast
28/10/2006 Haulout
04/11/2006 Winterise all pipes and engine
11/11/2006 Install boat cover
09/12/2006 Take batteries home
10/02/2007 Winter visit, all good
06/04/2007 Remove couple wooden boards to be varnished and succeeded to remove thru-hull by cutting it.
14/04/2007 Sanded cockpit and companionway teak bars, ready to coat with cetol
18/04/2007 One coat of Cetol on cockpit teak, installed batteries, removed waste pipe to be replaced
19/04/2007 Second coat of Cetol, clean inside lockers, install most cushions
20/04/2007 3rd coat of Cetol
21/04/2007 4th coat of cetol, install some of the waste pipes
22/04/2007 5th coat of cetol, install thru-hull and valve
23/04/2007 Remove winter cover and clean deck and hull
24/04/2007 Remove pink antigel from all plumbing, install pipe on new thru-hull
25/04/2007 Clean and wax hull
26/04/2007 Apply bottom paint Micron CSC Extra shark white, clean inside
27/04/2007 479 hrs Oil and filter change, lubricate seacocks w/ lithium grease
28/04/2007 Second coat of wax, finish bottom paint
28/04/2007 Repair finish on wood panel on starboard side in forward stateroom.
01/05/2007 Mast preparation: apply sailkote, lube all moving parts
05/05/2007 Launch-Day
04/06/2007 Tightened all starboard portlights
07/06/2007 Apply teflon grease to toilet pump
08/06/2007 Buy new lifeline for door section that fell in the water
15/07/2007 Added cockpit cushion
24/07/2007 523 hrs Oil and filter change
16/08/2007 Reverse battery monitor cable, rebed furling line cam
27/10/2007 Haulout
04/11/2007 Install winter cover
17/05/2008 565 hrs Oil and filter change
05/06/2008 Change Fuel filters, O-rings, Impeller, Air filter
27/08/2008 Custom wheel leather cover
04/10/2008 649 hrs Oil and filter change
25/10/2008 Haulout
26/10/2008 Clean Bottom, winterize engine and plumbing
16/11/2008 Install winter cover
05/03/2009 Danforth s1300
05/03/2009 25' of G4 5/16" chain
05/03/2009 200' of 5/8" rope + 3/8 shackle
05/03/2009 Steaming/Foredeck light aqua signal series 25 #25404-7
28/03/2009 Remove boat cover, bring cushions, dinghy
19/04/2009 Bottom scraped and painted, clean hull, clean inside, installed license number
25/04/2009 Hull waxed, installed deck lamp on mast
27/04/2009 Boat loaded onto Dave Bratts truck
02/05/2009 Install new zinc, Launch at Collins Bay
03/05/2009 Step Mast, install all riggings, etc, go out for first sail on Lake Ontario
09/05/2009 Re-connect water heater, re-connect mast wiring
10/05/2009 New deck light wiring done, stereo now shares VHF breaker
23/05/2009 Battery monitor connection to starting battery (wire fishing and connection)
23/05/2009 Install radar reflector and flag line up the mast
30/05/2009 Leaking chain plate on starboard, sealed
30/05/2009 install waste tank monitor
20/06/2009 5/16" 80' line for furling line replacement
15/07/2009 Propane tank recertification
15/07/2009 Syselios: New shower head, rollers for furling line, anchor locking pin
19/07/2009 Installed new shower head and pin to hold anchor in place
05/09/2009 763 hrs Oil and filter change