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Oceanis 46
Bare Boats
Turkey and Greece

Bare Boats Cruising Turkey

The Oceanis 46 is an exceptional choice
for bare boat charter parties seeking a solid, easily handled, performance yacht. All lines lead aft to the cockpit and the sail plan is balanced with a fast hull. Three or four private cabins, a salon area that converts to more berths, functional galley, separate navigation station, and two water closets with shower.
What else do you need in a bare boat cruising Turkey and Greece?

Bare Boats Cruising Turkey

Technical Specifications:

Length: 47.2 ft
Beam: 13.9 ft
Draft: 5.8 ft
Sail Area: 1055 sq ft
Engine: 54 hp Yanmar
Displacement: 23,300 lbs
Water Tanks: 150 gal
Fuel Tanks: 53 gal


Furling Main
Furling Headsail
Bimini Top, Electric Windlass
Navigation Suit
VHF Radio-Telephone
CD Stereo Music System
Fully Equipped Galley
12v Refrigeration
Dinghy w/Outboard

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