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Beneteau 361 Sold – October 2015

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$99000
Condition: Used
Year: 2000
Length: 36
Location: Our Docks (Shilshole Marina, Seattle)

Every once in a while you run across a boat that is truly in exceptional shape – the old “she is garaged all week and grandma only drove her on Sundays to church” type of condition. Isabella is in that type of condition. She is outfitted with the electronics you want and has the storage space you’ll need to take you on the vacations of your dreams while at the same time being small enough for shorthanded sailing ease and the subsequent reduced cost of ownership. If you are looking for the perfect Pacific Northwest Cruising boat – This Is It

A 2000 Beneteau 361 that has only 168 hours on her, and it shows. Her large U-shaped Galley, set to the side of the traffic pattern, will amaze you with its large top loading freezer, separate front loading refrigerator, 2 burner propane stove with oven, double basin stainless sink, built in Microwave and ample storage. Then you’ll step across the boat, walk through the door to the head and find yourself surrounded with space while looking into the separate shower stall.

This 361 boasts an expansive aft cabin, a salon table that rises out of the way into the cabin top, a forward facing nav desk and very functional forepeak for family or guests. On deck she carries a normal mainsail with lazy jacks – no reduced sail area due to in-mast roller furling. Up forward she has a genoa on the roller furler, an anchor windlass and large anchor locker capable of holding the hundreds of feet of chain that will help you sleep so good while at anchor.  Her cockpit is protected from the elements from a large and sturdy dodger allowing you and your crew to sail in style and comfort. You’ll be able to reach the sheets with ease from the large wheel and her walk through transom and low transom scoop allow you to easily board your dinghy after lowering her into the water from her davits.

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