This Beneteau Oceanis 39 has 3 double cabins, 2 bathrooms – plenty of room to sleep 6 to 8 in comfort. Maximum 12 by day.
Normal cruising grounds are Pittwater, Broken Bay, the Hawkesbury up to Brooklyn and Cowan, Smiths and Coal and Candle Creeks.
This one can also go offshore cruising with a qualified master in certain circumstances.
It has an overlapping furling genoa paired with a fully battened mainsail which drops easily into the large boombag after sailing. The sail plan provides easy sailing power and her deep 1.9 metre keel provides excellent stability. The spacious cockpit with single wheel has the winches readily to hand. The Beneteau 39 can be effectively sailed by a reasonably experienced couple.
Down below, the private forward cabin has a Pullman style double berth and separate bathroom. This combined with the spacious saloon and large aft cabins and second bathroom has made the Beneteau 393 popular around the world in charter fleets.