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Beneteau Oceanis 55.1


  • Name: Pearl Moon
  • Material: GRP
  • Flag: Dutch
  • Length: 16.78 M
  • Beam: 4.96 M
  • Depth: 2.3 M


Beneteau Oceanis 55.1

General information (Beneteau Oceanis 55.1)

  • Brand/type: Beneteau Oceanis 55.1
  • Version: Three cabins and two heads
  • Name: Pearl Moon
  • Yard: Chantier Beneteau, France
  • Designer: Berret Racoupeau Yacht Design
  • Year: 2018
  • Hull number: FR-SPBDT141E818
  • Engine: Yanmar 110hp
  • Construction: Fibreglass
  • Length over all: 16.78m
  • Length hull: 15.99m
  • Length waterline: 15.16m
  • Beam: 4.96m
  • Draft: 2.30m deep draft version
  • Weight empty: Approx 16.900kg
  • Ballast: Approx 4.230kg
  • Water: 694L
  • Diesel: 400L + extra 200L tank
  • Location: Antibes, France
  • Price: € 565.000,-
  • VAT-status: VAT paid
  • Flag: Dutch
  • Owners: First owner, only privately used 

Hull and deck (Beneteau Oceanis 55.1)

  • Infused GRP hull and deck
  • Hull colour Pearl Grey with white striping
  • 8 x Large hull windows
  • Deep draft cast iron keel 2.30m bolted to hull
  • Balanced spade rudder
  • Electric opening transom, convertible to bathing platform (2.85m x 0.77m)
  • Besenzoni integrated hydraulic operated gangway
  • Natural solid wood decking on bathing platform
  • Mooring cleats on aft transom
  • Stainless steel bathing ladder with solid wood steps
  • Sail locker under deck at bow
  • Bowsprit
  • Electric anchor windlass 12v/1500W with anchor and chain, chain counter and windlass control in cockpit.
  • Solid wood on side decks and coachroof
  • 5 x Flush deck hatches
  • Fenders and mooring lines
  • 8 x Aluminium mooring cleats
  • Mid-opening side guard rails on both sides

Cockpit (Beneteau Oceanis 55.1)

  • Solid wood on cockpit seats and floor
  • 2 x Cockpit lockers
  • 2 x Lockers in cockpit sole beneath helm’s feet
  • 1 x Liferaft locker under helm seat (0.95m x 0.42m x 0.59m deep)
  • 2 x Steering wheel consoles with white composite steering wheels
  • Polyester cockpit table with solid wood top and folding side leaves, cooler, 12v socket, lamp with shade.
  • Cockpit shower hot/cold water
  • Fixed composite arch with integrated LED lights and 4 handrails
  • Luxe coachroof sprayhood – cadet grey
  • Luxe bimini with complete cockpit closing – cadet grey
  • Covers pack Luxe, table and steering consoles – cadet grey
  • Natte Dusk outside upholstery
  • Two sunbathing areas to either side of the companionway with sunbed matrasses
  • Dock water inlet

Mast & Rigging (Beneteau Oceanis 55.1)

  • Aluminium anodised mast 9/10thwith in-mast furling and double spreaders
  • Anodised aluminium boom
  • Stainless steel standing rigging
  • Two backstays in stainless steel with bottlescrews
  • Fore stay with jib furler
  • Asymmetric spinnaker rigging – Code 0 rigging
  • Rigid boomvang
  • Two Stand Up blocks for mainsail on fixed composite arch
  • Halyards directed to cockpit
  • Standard 7 clutches + extra clutches 

Winches (Beneteau Oceanis 55.1)

  • 2 x Harken 60.2 STCEH electric operated genoa sheet winches
  • 1 x Harken 46.2 STCEH electric operated coachroof winch on starboard

Sails (Beneteau Oceanis 55.1)

  • 1 x Incidence Hydranet furling mainsail
  • 1 x Incidence Hydranet self-tacking jib
  • 1 x Mylar taffeta Code-0 with furling system

Navigation instruments (Beneteau Oceanis 55.1)

Cockpit instruments mounted at port and starboard consoles:

  • B&G Zeus 12” Wide wireless radar/chart plotter/GPS
  • B&G V90 VHF – AIS receiver
  • B&G Triton multi repeater
  • B&G NAC3 autopilot with WR10 wireless autopilot remote control
  • Bowthruster control at starboard console
  • Engine control at starboard console

At chart table and interfaced instruments:

  • B&G Zeus 16” radar/chart plotter/GPS + ZC2-series remote keypad
  • B&G V50 VHF
  • B&G AIS 500 transponder
  • B&G broadband radar 4G
  • B&G forward scan sensor
  • Windex windvane

Engine (Beneteau Oceanis 55.1)

  • Yanmar 4JH110 CR 81kW (110hp) diesel engine with intercooling
  • Engine number: E52352
  • Year 2018
  • Approximately 70 engine hours
  • First engine service in March 2019
  • Stainless steel propeller shaft with 3-bladefolding propeller
  • 1 x 12v/125Ah alternator
  • Standard fuel tank 400L + extra fuel tank 200L

Electric installation (Beneteau Oceanis 55.1)

  • 12V/230V electric circuit
  • 12v Switch panel
  • 1 x 12v/110Ah engine start battery
  • 3 x 12v/140Ah domestic batteries
  • 1 x 12v/60Ah battery charger
  • Shore power cable
  • Generator 9KVA/50Hz/230v – with cocoon
  • Inverter 12v/230v/2000W
  • 7 x 230v sockets
  • 2 x 12v sockets
  • 2x USB sockets
  • LED navigation lights
  • LED interior lighting

Plumbing (Beneteau Oceanis 55.1)

  • 1 x Freshwater tank 324L – saloon starboard
  • 1 x Freshwater tank 330L – forward cabin
  • Pressurized electric water pump
  • Electric water heater 40L
  • Rigid 80L black water holding tank for each WC
  • Delayed shower draining and electric shower drain pumps
  • Watermaker 60L p/h

Interior (Beneteau Oceanis 55.1)

  • Standard version with three cabins and two head compartments
  • Interior finish in Alpi brushed oak
  • Light oak striped floors
  • Upholstery padding saloon and cabins in Anthracite Grey
  • White-lacquered doors in saloon and galley
  • LED interior lighting
  • LED indirect interior lighting
  • Chilled water air conditioning 220v/50Hz
  • Fusion entertainment system (Bluetooth, USB, DVD, MP3) with Bose loudspeakers in saloon.
  • Electronic safe
  • Siemens washing machine and tumble dryer 230v
  • Mosquito screens for opening portholes

Saloon (Beneteau Oceanis 55.1)

  • Headroom 1.98m
  • Upholstery finish in grey leather
  • Main bulkhead finished with Anthracite padding
  • Samsung 32’ LED TV mounted on electric operated TV-lift
  • Satellite TV
  • Luxe folding saloon table with electric lift
  • Window and hatch blinds

Galley (Beneteau Oceanis 55.1)

  • U-shape galley situated at portside
  • Headroom 1.95m
  • Worktop in Clay compact with Corian fiddles
  • Double stainless steel sink with pressurized mixer tap hot/cold
  • ENO 3-burner gimballed gas cooker with oven and grill
  • Cooker hood electric extractor fan
  • Whirlpool microwave
  • 1 x 12v/100L refrigerator, top opening
  • 1 x 12v/130L refrigerator, front opening
  • Dishwasher 6 sets

Forward master cabin (Beneteau Oceanis 55.1)

  • Headroom 1.93m
  • Central double bed, Island bed type (2,10m x 1,82m x 1,14m) with slatted bed base
  • 2 x Reading lights at bedhead
  • Samsung 32’ LED TV mounted to bulkead, with satellite TV
  • Storage space under bed
  • Hanging lockers and shelves

Forward head compartments (Beneteau Oceanis 55.1)

To starboard:

  • Headroom 1.92m
  • Pearl grey GRP washbasin built into the Corian Clay work surface with hot/cold water mixer tap.
  • Separate shower cabin with wooden seat. Shower base in pearl grey GRP. Grey laminated bulkhead.

To port:

  • Quiet flush electric toilet
  • Rigid holding tank 80L
  • Pearl grey GRP basin built into the Corian work surface, hot/cold water mixer tap, with hose for use as shower.
  • Shower base in pearl grey GRP. Grey laminated bulkhead.

Starboard aft cabin(Beneteau Oceanis 55.1)

  • Headroom 1.95m
  • Double bed (2.03m x 1.37m x 1.70m), slatted bed base
  • Cupboards, hanging locker, closed shelving, stowage on both sides of berth

Port aft cabin (Beneteau Oceanis 55.1)

  • Headroom 1.95m
  • Double bed (2.03m x 1.18m x 1.50m), slatted bed base
  • Plenty of stowage space with various cupboards, hanging lockers, closed shelving and large drawers.

Starboard aft head compartment (Beneteau Oceanis 55.1)

  • Headroom 1.91m
  • Access through saloon
  • Quiet flush electric toilet
  • Rigid holding tank 80L
  • Separate shower cabin with hot/cold water mixer tap
  • Corian Clay worktop with self-draining storage. Shower base in pearl grey GRP
  • Washbasin with hot/cold water mixer tap

Safety (Beneteau Oceanis 55.1)

  • CE-category A (ocean)
  • Electric bilge pump and manual bilge pump
  • 8-Person safety kit
  • Dinghy with outboard engine


The particulars detailed herein are intended to give a fair description of the vessel but their accuracy cannot be guaranteed. These particulars are not part of any contract or offer and are supplied on the understanding that all negotiations shall be through PJ-Yachting who is acting as broker only.

The prospective purchaser is recommended to check the particulars and, where appropriate (and at his own expense) to employ a qualified surveyor/engineer to carry out structural and/or mechanical and electrical surveys.


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