2013, Beneteau Oceanis

Beneteau Oceanis2013

315000.00Stuart, FL

2013 Beneteau Oceanis 45

  • Year: 2013
  • Length: 45'
  • Price: 315000.00
  • Located in Stuart, FL
  • Hull Material: Fiberglass
  • Engine/Fuel Type: diesel
  • YW# 4000849

2013 BENETEAU OCEANIS 45  "Sandman"

The new Oceanis 45 has been particularly successful, having snagged the prestigious European Sailboat of the Year award in the family cruiser category for 2012. The new Oceanis design features a sleek, beamy hull with hard chines above the waterline, mainsheet arch and low-profile coachroof. In fact, the Oceanis concept is much more conventional, with accommodations running all the way aft and an interior that is deeper and more segregated from the cockpit. As such, the new Oceanis 45 should appeal to cruisers looking for a solid boat with modern styling and a traditional range of layout options.

The hull is solid fiberglass set in polyster, while the deck, also fiberglass, is injection-molded and cored with end-grain balsa. The hull-deck joint is bonded with adhesive and fastened with screws. The hull is stiffened with a monolithic inner structural molding that is bonded in place. The keel, with cast-iron ballast, is bolted on with stainless steel fasteners and backing plates. The stock for the single spade rudder is fiberglass. The 9/10ths fractional rig features an aluminum mast with double spreaders and discontinuous stainless steel standing rigging.

On Deck
The deck and cockpit layout is clean and functional. All hatches forward of the companionway are flush with the deck, in the contemporary style. All working lines run aft, with the jibsheets coming to self-tailing winches on the cockpit coamings within easy reach of the twin helm stations aft. All other lines, including mainsail controls, come to a pair of winches on the coachroof either side of the companionway.

The cockpit is very wide, but is bifurcated by a large, fixed table with folding leaves, so crew can easily brace themselves to windward when the boat is heeled. This table has two insulated storage compartments, and our test boat had a multi-function nav display mounted in a module at its aft end, where it could be easily viewed from either helm station.

Helm ergonomics are good, with clear sightlines forward and a mix of comfortable steering positions. A long bench seat directly abaft the wheels makes it easy for others to come aft and socialize with the helmsperson.

The cockpit's most impressive feature is the electrically controlled full-width fold-down transom. With just a touch of a button, the entire transom, including that bench seat behind the helms, folds down flat to form an immense teak-covered beach that sits nearly flush with the water. This will make it very easy for small pets and even infants to crawl on and off the boat from a tender.

Coming down the companionway the galley with large fridge and freezer, three-burner stove with oven and double sink is to the port. There is plenty of storage throughout the galley and boat in general. Aft port is the "garage room" with lots of storage and generator access. Aft starboard is the VIP suite with large berth, abundant storage and head access. In front of the aft berth is the large head with separate shower.

A midship to port is the settee with forward end doubling as the nav station seat. Opposite is the U-shaped dinette with stand-alone seat making a full circle. On the forward bulkhead is a large flat screen tv mounted.

The master suite is forward with separate head and shower to starboard. The bed is a large island style with lots of storage to port and starboard and drawers under the bed.

The interior is very light and airy with the many windows and hatches all that have shades or sun and bug sliding covers.

Under Sail
She will attain in 13-17 knots of apparent wind, 7 knots at an apparent wind angle of 35 degrees.

Under Power
The Oceanis 45 is powered by a 54hp Yanmar diesel engine that can cruise at 7.2 knots with 2150 rpm and hit 8.6 at full throttle.

The Oceanis 45 is an attractive, well-conceived cruising boat that should appeal to sailors who like clean modern styling combined with more conventional accommodation plans. The large, practical fold-down transom will be particularly seductive to families who like to spend time in the water; it will also find favor with those who put a premium on easy tender access.


Keel: Other


length Overall: 45.42 ft
Length Waterline: 42.00 ft
Max Draft: 5.75 ft
Displacement Measure: 21048.00 lb
Bridge Clearance Measure:64.00 ft
Beam Measure: 14.75 ft


Engine Brand:Yanmar
Year Built: 2012
Engine Model:4JH5E
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: diesel
Engine Power:54|horsepower


Fresh Water Tanks:1(151 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: 2(75 Gallons)


Number of double berths:
Number of cabins: 2
Number of heads: 2

This is a meticulously maintained Oceanis 45. She gleams like a new boat from bow to stern. She just returned from her a Bahamas trip and went straight to the boat yard for a fresh bottom job, hull and cabin top completely detailed, engine and generator gone over and all fluids and filters changed, teak oiled and canvas cleaned.

She has the full cockpit enclosure, genset, AB dinghy and motor, 17-piece cockpit cushion set, helm and table covers, spinnaker pre-rigged, bow-thruster and spotless from one end to the other inside and out. She is truly turnkey and ready for the next Bahamas trip.


  • Beneteau brand davit system
  • Full cockpit enclosure
  • 17-piece cockpit cushion set
  • Sun and bug shades for hatches
  • Load speaker hailer
  • Auto pilot
  • AB dinghy and engine
  • Cockpit table with ice box
  • Teak cockpit sole
  • Pre-rigged for spinnaker
  • AIS
  • Radar
  • LED flat screen TV
  • Genset
  • Air conditioning
  • Anchor remote with chain counter
  • Dual helm stations

Recent upgrades
All batteries replaced January 2022New harken roller furler 2021 Brand new Doyle carbon sails 2021 New AC in forward cabin 2021
AC in salon replaced November 2020 Bimini replaced November 2020 All new Garmin electronics November 2020 Sonar added November 2020 New Appaloosa radio and lighted speakers in cockpit November 2020 New main electrical panel November 2020 New bow thruster controller November 2020
Portable ice maker Heads converted to fresh water
Doyle asymmetrical spinnaker top down Harken reflex system

The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.