The Beneteau Oceanis 510 is a performance cruiser with the ultimate in interior design and comfort. The interior is spacious with plenty of fine woodwork. This is the four double cabin version with additional crew quarter cabin converted to storage. They are the perfect boats for cruising the Caribbean and beyond. The cockpit accessed through twin wheels is easy to move around and enjoy. Each double cabin comes with en suite shower and heads. The well laid out galley and saloon make the Oceanis ideal for large families and groups without sacrificing on sailing performance. A swim platform and ladder make easy access to water. Maňana Maybe has been lovingly looked after by her current owners. Viewing by appointment at our Grenada Office - Phone number removed -
This Oceanis 501 offers 4 double cabins outside the saloon each with its own heads and shower compartments and a crew quarters via deck access often used as storage. 7ft standing headroom and good ventilation through out. FORECABINS x 2: Double berth with storage under. Cabinets with hanging lockers and shelves. En suite heads compartment with manual marine toilet with holding tank. Wash basin with shower. Further forward additional crew quarter converted into storage. SALOON: Saloon is to port with storage cabinets and bookshelves above. Bench seating to port and starboard of table. Chart table and Nav station to starboard. GALLEY: The galley lies to starboard with double stainless steel sinks and mixer tap, large 12v top loading fridge and separate freezer. Gimballed two burner gas cooker and oven, storage cabinet's above. To starboard- a centre workspace and storage. HEADS: Four heads with wash basin and shower and marine toilet. AFT CABINS: Two aft double cabins with hanging and storage lockers.
White leatherette upholstery in saloon. Maroon shades and screens for hatches and ports. All berths with fitted sheets and linen. Crockery & cutlery included. Hot and cold pressurised fresh water system to galley sink, wash basins and showers. Holly and teak laminate flooring throughout. Flush mounted LED ceiling lights. Air con when connected to shore power.
Located centrally aft of the saloon is the Perkins 85HP 4 cylinder diesel engine. 4000 Hrs with new cutlass bearing (2018)
3 x 12v House batteries (2018) 1 x 12v Engine starter battery (2019) 1 x 12v 1900w Anchor windlass battery (2019) Balmar Alternator and regulator 1000 w Inverter
Spars and Sails
Masthead sloop rigged with anodized aluminium mast and boom. s/s standing rigging (2014) Roller furling headsail system 1 x Doyle headsail - (good) Mainsail with lazy jacks and stack pack
30kg Delta anchor with 100ft chain and warp New anchor windless 1500w (12mm chain new 2019) New bimini and sprayhood (2018) Strong dinghy davits
Steering compass Raymarine auto pilot Ravmarine windspeed Raymarine speed (2010) Raymarine depth sounder (2010) Chartplotter with AIS (added 2017) Clock & Barometer Navigation lights Radio/CD player Paper charts of the Caribbean
2 x fire extinguishers 10 person liferaft Gas alarm Manual bilge pump Electric bilge pump EPIRB Emergency tiller 2 x Cockpit harnesses and harness points Lifejackets
10ft AB dinghy 15hp Yamaha outboard engine (2017) Kayak and paddle 2 x dive tanks Snorkel gear BBQ with 6lb gas tank Lots of spare tools
Built in 1995 the Beneteau Oceanis 510 is constructed of solid GRP laminates with cast iron keel and moulded non-slip deck. The hull is light blue in colour with white decks. New flexi-teak in cockpit.
Maňana Maybe has a Danish registration and there are no known outstanding encumbrances.
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