Oceanis 43

Oceanis 43
"Cote D'zur"
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"Cote D'zur"
FOR ALWAYS LOVING THE SEA EVER MORE FULLY

12.75 m

10 guests

4 cabins

Bareboat

Info

For the pleasure of sailing together, the Oceanis 43 is available in 4 layout versions and also maintains the intimacy of the new types. A prestigious yacht that heralds a new era in the history of long-distance cruising boats. The Oceanis 43 is an unmistakable invitation to the pleasure of design, comfort and performance.

Characteristics
Boat model:
Oceanis 43

Manufacturer:
Beneteau

Year:
2011

Length:
12.75 m

Beam:
4.12 m

Draft:
2.00 m

Engine:
54 HP

Double cabins 3
Cabin with bunk berths 1
Heads 3
Saloon converted to double berth Yes
Amenities
Radio/CD/MP3 Player with speakers
Teak Deck
Inventory
Autopilot
Swimming ladder
Steering wheel
Speed/depth/wind
Snorkeling equipment
Pump and oars
Manual toilets
Hot water
Battery charger
Horse shoe bouy
GPS + plotter
Gangway
Full kitchen equipment
Fridge
Dinghy With Outboard Engine
Cockpit table
Cockpit speakers
Cockpit shower
Cockpit cushions
Bimini and Sprayhood
Bed Linens, pillows, pillow cases, towels and quilts
VHF
Safety equipment
Liferaft
Life Jackets
Fire Extinguishers
Horseshoe Lifebuoy and light
Safety harnesses
Fog horn
First aid kit
Radar reflector
Bosun’s chair
Flare kit
Epirb
Repair kit for sails and dinghy
Tool Box, Engine oil,impeller
Sails rigging
Full Batten Mainsail
Watersports
Paddle board or Kayak upon request and subjet to availability
Oceanis 43
Charter Type
Luxury yacht with professional crew (2 or more) and full amenities including water toys.
A bareboat yacht including a professional skipper and a hostess.
With the proper certification, you can sail the yacht yourself- no crew or water toys included.
Sailing area
Mykonos, Santorini, Paros, Naxos and more
Rhodes, Patmos, Kos, Symi and more
Corfu, Kefalonia, Lefkas, Zakynthos and more
Skiathos, Skopelos, Alonnisos, Skyros and more
Hydra, Salamis, Aegina, Spetses and more
Yacht Type
One of the major advantages of a catamaran is their inherent stability.
Powerboats have low clearance and they give significantly better speed and range.
A Monohull will tack quickly, is much more manoeuvrable and is faster to respond to the helm.