About the Beneteau 411

Name Olympic Spirit
Type Beneteau Oceanis 411
Year of Build 1999

Technical Data:
Designer Groupe Finot
Overall Length 12,71m
Hull Length 12,30m
Max. Beam 3,95m
Draft Bulb Keel 1,70m
Displacement appr. 8500kg
Sail Area 83m²
Engine Yanmar 56HP
Fuel Capacity 150l
Water Capacity 560l

-Autohelm ST50 instrumentation
-Autohelm 5000 autopilot
-VHF Radio
-Radio/CD with cockpit loudspeakers
-Fully equipped kitchen with refrigirator
-Hot water
-Tender with outboard engine
-Swimming platform with ladder and shower
-Electrical windlass

The Oceanis Clipper 411 is as pleasant to live in below decks as on the deck with an impressive number of deck hatches and portholes, as well as the dorade-type vents for ventilation. No space has been wasted, so that everyone can take full advantage of the comfort provided by this truly exceptional sailing boat.

The Oceanis 411 has cherrywood-stained mahogany panelling and abundant lighting. The galley, possesses an oven cooker, a big refrigerator with 2 compartments, a double sink with hot and cold water and plenty of lockers for stowing everything from the galley utensils and the crockery sets. The two head compartments are excellently ventilated and fully lined for easy maintenance. They each have a washbasin, a shower unit with pressurised hot and cold water and a marine toilet.

The large cockpit with teak inlaid seats is designed for maximum comfort while providing safety at sea. The dual-leaf cockpit table contains a large moulded storage area perfect for cooling drinks and snacks. Access to the water is made easy with the wide swim platform located aft of the cockpit. The cockpit shower makes going for a swim exceptionally enjoyable.

The convertible table in the saloon can comfortably dine eight people or the saloon can be converted to a lounge area where you can relax with friends over a drink after a day at sea. Finally the navigator's position has been designed especially for blue water cruising: the chart table has plenty of storage space, well placed instruments and a stereo radio CD player with speakers in the cockpit. There's no doubt about it: the Oceanis Clipper 411 is the standard for cruising yachts…