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Beneteau Oceanis 331

Walton on the Naze, United Kingdom
Length: 34.15ft / 10.41m

Price £39,950 inc Vat

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Boat Details


  • Builder: Chantiers Beneteau
  • Designer: Groupe Finot
  • Construction: GRP


  • Length (Feet): 34.15
  • Length (Metres): 10.41
  • Beam: 3.46 meter
  • Max Draft: 1.66 meter
  • Displacement: 5100
  • Ballast: 1400
  • Fuel Capacity: 1 x 70 L (15 Gal)
  • Water Capacity: 1 x 170 L (37 Gal)
  • Holding Capacity: 1 x 80 L (18 Gal)


  • Number of Engines: 1
  • Engine Make: Volvo
  • Engine Model: 2030
  • Fuel: Diesel
  • Engine Hours: 1450
  • Type of Propeller: 3 Blade
  • Total Power: 29


Owner's version with one aft cabin and large galley. Fin keel.

A remarkably spacious interior, good performance and a comfortable cockpit with wheel steering are all features of this VERY well kept Beneteau Oceanis 331. Sold by us new to her present owners. British SSR Registered. VAT paid.

Designed by Groupe Finot and built by Chantiers Beneteau 2002.


White GRP hull with navy style lines.

Cast iron external fin keel with low centre of gravity.

Semi balanced spade rudder, cable linked wheel steering. Emergency tiller. White GRP deck, superstructure and self draining aft cockpit.

Moulded in non-slip surfaces and teak laid cockpit seats.

Forward anchor locker. Sugar scoop stern with removable helmsman’s seat.

Internal GRP structural moulding. “Cherry” joinery throughout.

Hull below the waterline stripped 2012, epoxy primed & antifouled.


Volvo 2030 29hp freshwater cooled 3-cylinder diesel engine with heat exchanger and wet exhaust. Flexible mounts. Electric start.

Reversing reduction gearbox, skeg supported shaft driven 3 bladed Brunton feathering propeller – 2008

Ambassador Stripper rope cutter. Ignition panel by pedestal with rev counter and fuel gauge.

Engine hours – estimated 1,450 (new hour meter January 2011). Engine regularly serviced by owner. 2014 Volvo stern seal & cutlass bearing.


Fuel:      70 litre diesel tank.

Freshwater:       170 litre water tank.

Hot water:           22 litre – heated via engine & 240v shorepower.

Holding tank:    80 litre with sea and deck discharge .


12 volt system - 3 x 85ah batteries  (new August 2013)

Charging by engine alternator and battery charger. Interior and navigation lights including bow, stern, steaming, deck and anchor light. Main distribution board plus additional panel and battery state indicator

220 volt system - Shore power socket, lead and RCB. 10 amp battery charger. UK 220v outlets and immersion heater in hot water tank.

Spars and Rigging

ZSpar silver anodised aluminium single spreader mast and single line slab reefing boom.

Stainless steel wire standing rigging - original

Facnor furling Headsail system.

Sprung rod kicker.

Polyester running rigging led aft to Spinlock clutches.

Genoa cars adjustable from cockpit.


2 x upgraded 40 Genoa winch

1 x 30 Lewmar self-tailing winch


Mainsail – Technique Voile - 2002

Furling Genoa – Technique Voile - 2002

Mainsail cover with Lazyjacks


6 berths in 2 cabins and saloon

Hot & cold pressurised water system to galley & heads, piping for cockpit shower – no shower head. Water heated from engine and 220v immersion heater

Webasto diesel fired cabin heating with 4 outlets

Reps Blue fabric upholstery throughout with matching curtains.

Fitted sheets and mattress cover for aft cabin.

Stereo radio/CD player with saloon speakers

Glomex TV aerial

2 x Opening deck hatches. 5 x Opening ports.

Clock and barometer, Beneteau crockery & cutlery for 8.

Forward cabin - Double V berth with infil, locker and storage.

Saloon - with settee berth to port and C shaped settee to starboard. Large central fixed dining table with folding leaves.

Chart table – Aft facing to port with switch panels and instrumentation.

Heads - aft to starboard with Jabsco sea toilet (new Apr 2014) piped to holding tank (fitted 2009), hand basin, hot and cold shower, electric shower drain.

Large Galley – aft to port, C shaped with stainless steel sink with h & c water supply, Plastimo 2 burner gimballed gas cooker with oven & grill – new 2012, top opening 150l 12v fridge and plenty of storage.

Aft cabin: - to starboard, with large double berth, hanging locker and opening port-lights.

Navigation Equipment

Plastimo binnacle steering compass

B & G Network Quad combined speed & depth

B & G Network wind speed direction (new anemometer bearing 2016)

Raymarine ST4000+ Wheel pilot

Raymarine C80 GPS/Plotter, AIS overlay & radar display – 2006

Raymarine radar scanner – 2006

Navionics cartridge – May 2013

NASA AIS receiver engine – April 2014

Furuno GP 1650 CF GPS / plotter with 2002 Navionics cartridge

Standard Horizon GX1500E DSC dual station VHF – ATIS enabled, Apr’ 11

Glomex VHF aerial splitter serving VHF, AIS, Stereo – new 2014

Pilot, C80, AIS & VHF all interlinked.

Deck Equipment

GRP wheel steering pedestal, grab handle, instrument panel & engine control.

Alloy toe rail.

Stainless steel pulpit, pushpit, stanchions and guard wires.

Lowering stern seat to bathing platform with s/s folding swim ladder.

Bow, stern and spring mooring cleats.

Brittany 16kg anchor with 30m chain, new 2014 and warp.

Leroy Somer electric anchor windlass with up & down control. Blue folding sprayhood & complete cockpit enclosure tent by Dolphin – 2012. Cockpit dodgers with name on

Folding cockpit table

Draining gas locker with bottle. Two flag halyards. Outboard stowage bracket.

2 x Calor Butane 4.5kg gas bottles

Outboard stowage bracket

Various mooring warps and fenders.

Winter cockpit cover by Dolphin Sails - 2012.

Safety Equipment

Seago 4 man canister liferaft in pushpit cradle – next service due Feb 2020.

Manual & electric bilge pumps.

Webbing side deck straps.

Horseshoe lifebuoy, Danbuoy, emergency flashing light

3 x fire extinguisher and fire blanket.

2 x cockpit harness points.


In this instance Fox’s Yacht Sales are acting as brokers for the vendor.  The vendor has provided the information and whilst we endeavour to ensure the accuracy, the details are believed to be correct but are not guaranteed.  Any prospective purchaser is advised to check the boat specification thoroughly and to employ at their expense a qualified marine surveyor and/or engineer to check the specification and condition of this craft and its equipment.


Swimming ladder


Steering wheel


Manual bilge pump



Furling genoa


Electric bilge pump


Cd player

Log speedometer

Mainsail cover


Wind speed and direction


Hot water

Cockpit table

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