Oceanis 352
35' / 10.67m

Portsmouth , Rhode Island , United States
“Irish Luck” is a two-cabin, one-head version of this popular cruiser. She boosts a full suite of new Raymarine electronics and only 885 original hours on her Yanmar.
Flag of Registry: United States
Fiberglass Hull
HIN/IMO: BEY62248E898
Vessel ID# 2790463
$59,000 USD
€53,872 Euros
CA$79,471 CAD
£47,472 GBP

Designed by Jean Berret and Phillipe Briand and produced by Beneteau, SC between the Oceanis 352 has sleek lines which offer fast and efficient sailing and cruising, as well as comfortable living space for short-term or long-term adventures. Considered particularly beamy at the time of its launch, the Oceanis quickly became known as “a comfortable family boat that is fun to sail.” The innovations of the Oceanis line include: a winged keel, a shallow bilge, slippery underwater sections and a lengthy waterline.

Data Sheet
LOA 35' (10.67 meters)
Type sail
Year 1998
Beam 12'
LWL 31'
Fuel Type Diesel
Hull Material Fiberglass

Engine 1

I D 134512
Engine Make Yanmar
Engine Model 3GM30F
Engine Year 1998
Engine Type Inboard
Drive Type Direct
Power HP 27.00
Power KW 20.13
Fuel Type Diesel
Hours 885.00
Engine Location Middle
Full Details

Construction, Hull & Deck:

FRP below the waterline, coring above. Cored decks with solid FRP in high load areas. Molded non-skid areas. Encapsulated lead keel with stainless steel keel bolts. Aluminum toe rail, stainless steel stanchions and bow pulpit. 

Color Layout:

Hull: White gelcoat

Covestripe: Green Beneteau style stripe

Bootstripe: Green

Bottom: Green, Micron CSC

  • (6) 8’ aluminum mooring cleats
  • Lofrans horizontal windlass 
  • 35LB CQR plow anchor w/ galvanized chain & rode 
  • Vinyl coated lifelines
  • Hinged aft helm seat
  • Large working locker to port w/ shelving, Shallow locker to strbrd
  • (4) overhead Lewmar opening hatches, (2) overhead fixed lights
  • (9) Lewmar opening ports, (4) fixed lights
  • Canvas in green: Dodger, bimini & covers
  • Cockpit cushions in green 
  • FRP cockpit table w/ folding leaves, cup holders, center icebox & teak trim
  • Edson outboard mount on stern rail
  • Deck mounted Wichard pad eyes

Electronics & Navigation Equipment:

  • Raymarine E125 12” MFD GPS & Radar mounted on rotating Navpod (2018)
  • Raymarine i50 wind, speed & depth multifunction displays (2018)
  • Raymarine ST6002 wheel autopilot
  • Raymarine Raymic VHF (2018)
  • Standard Horizon Nova+ VHF radio
  • Plastimo 5” binnacle compass
  • Pyle bluetooth stereo & cockpit speakers
  • Bose 151 salon speakers 
  • Supersonic TV

Interior & Accommodations:

Four steps take you into the 352’s large salon, to starboard is a large wooden table mounted on the compression post that swivels and raises and lowers surrounded by a comfortable U-shaped settee. This table can be transformed into a double berth if desired. All the way forward is the v-berth with a large hanging locker. Across the portside, is a long settee with the end doubling as a seat for the aft facing nav desk. 

Aft of the chart table, as you come down the companionway is the full space galley with plenty of deep cupboards and lockers. The aft owners cabin is spacious with a double berth (6’7 x 6' 3) and plentiful storage. The head is functional with a molded one-piece vanity, shower and wet locker. 

  • Firstwave 2-burner gimbaled propane stove w/ oven
  • 4.5 cu ft icebox w/ 12v Alder Barbour cold machine refrigeration 
  • Samsung microwave
  • Double stainless steel sinks
  • 6”1 headroom
  • Teak joinery & cabin sole
  • Interior cushions in blue plush suede 
  • Fixed nav desk lamp
  • Shower w/ sump pump 
  • Hot & cold pressurized water

Spars, Rigging & Sail Inventory

The deck is free of all lines through the addition of a false deck, which covers the halyards and maneuvering lines. These are brought back to line clutches and self-tailing winches on either side of the companionway. The main and genoa sheet tracks are mounted on the coach roof, thereby leaving the cockpit and sidedecks completely free.

  • Z-Spars double-spreading self furling aluminum mast deck stepped w/ compression post
  • Z-Spars boom
  • Z-Spars vang
  • Spilt backstay
  • Profurl C480 headsail furler
  • Winches: (2) Lewmar ST #44 coach roof mounted to control all lines
  • (2) sets Spinlock line jammers
  • Amoit genoa tracks on housetop
  • Lewmar mainsail track
  • Running rigging (2016)
  • Neil Pride 140% genoa 
  • Neil Pride Mainsail
  • 634 sq. ft sail area

Mechanical, Electrical & Plumbing Systems:

  • Yanmar 3GM30F 27HP fresh water cooled diesel engine w/ 885 original hours (Clocked 1/2023)
  • Kansaki 2.2:1 transmission
  • PSS dripless shaft seal
  • 3-blade fixed bronze propeller, shaft & cutlass bearing replaced (2016)
  • Racor fuel filter
  • Sentry 120v AC battery charger
  • 30AMP shore power connection w/ cord
  • 12v DC & 120v AC breaker panels
  • Jabsco manual head system (2018)
  • KUMA 15 gal hot water heater (2020)
  • Jabsco 3720 bilge pump on float switch


For more information about this vessel, please contact Chris Carney, CPYB.
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Chris Carney, CPYB

Yacht Broker
1 Lagoon Rd
Portsmouth Rhode Island 02871 United States
Cell: 1-401-633-2070

Chris was born and raised on Aquidneck Island, cruising and fishing his father's power boats from a young age. He continued by racing dinghies and small keelboats out of Tiverton Yacht Club. After graduating from the University of Rhode Island with a degree in Marine Affairs and Business, he comes to the team with the intent to build long-term relationships. His experience ranges from all aspects of marine services including private charter sailing, commissioning and diving. His passion for yachting and knowledge of boats has lead a clear career path in the industry. Chris can be found fishing or cruising the waters of Narragansett bay on his Palm beach with his yellow lab “Dublin”.