Edwards Yacht Sales

2018 Beneteau Oceanis Yacht 62

  • 62 ft
  • Cruiser
  • Riviera Beach, FL, US

Yacht price



SHEEVRA is owned by a very knowledgable couple that has taken extremely good care of the boat.  They have added many custom features to make use easier, safer and more reliable than how she was built by the factory.  The owners have taken great pride in the ownership of the Yacht 62 and have enjoyed using her to the fullest.

Their dreams are now taking them in a different direction and SHEEVRA is available for the next owners to start their journeys to favorite cruising spots or exploring the World for new experiences.

Why buy SHEEVRA?

1) Sail powered boats use way less fuel than power boats. Diesel prices are soaring to record highs.  Wind power is free!

2) All boats need "debugging" when new.  SHEEVRA has gone through this process, and not only are  the kinks out, but she has been improved with sensible and convenient upgrades!

3) New boat delivery backlogs make high quality and well maintained pre-owned boats extremely attractive.  Buy now, use now!

4) Sailing is fun, easy to learn and can involve multiple people in the activity of sailing, as opposed to watching someone "driving" a boat.  SHEEVRA, can also be sailed by one person.

 View a 360 degree tour of SHEEVRA at the link below:




Video walk-through available at: 



Sheevra is located a short car ride from the West Palm Beach Airport and is available by prior appointment.


Advanced co brokerage Florida Sail is pleased to assist you in the purchase of this vessel. This boat is centrally listed by Kevin Dailey Yacht Brokerage.



Basic Information

Oceanis Yacht 62
Riviera Beach, FL, US
Available for sale in U.S. waters:
Vessel Name:
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Berret-Racoupeau Yacht Design
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Dimensions & Weight

62 ft - 18.9 meter
62 ft 10 in - 19.15 meter
17 ft 6 in - 5.33 meter
Draft - max:
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Dry Weight:
57542 lbs


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Fuel Type:
160 (Individual), 160 (combined)
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Tank Capacities

Fuel Tank:
264 gallons - 1 tank(s)
Fresh Water Tank:
265 gallons - 1 tank(s)
Holding Tank:


Total Cabins:
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SHEEVRA - Oceanis Yacht 62

The Beneteau Oceanis Yacht 62 is a premier sailing yacht.  Built for absolute comfort while sailing or at rest in a secluded anchorage.  Beneteau stepped-up its game with this model.  The hull encompasses the wider sterns of modern design, which increases performance of the boat, but also generates tremendous volume inside the hull.  This volume in the stern sections allows for two wonderful and spacious guest cabins, while at the same time providing space for a jet tender in a garage between them.  The owner cabin is in the bow for total privacy and quiet.


The main salon is very open, bright and with plenty of ventilation!  Set up with the gally off to one side, the chef's can do their magic while still participating in all the conversations and fun with family and friends.


On deck, the cockpit has all the sail controls neatly nestled around the helm, allowing a single person to sail the boat.  Comfort is also the guiding principle for the cockpit layout with ample seating and areas to relax.  There is even an outdoor cooking station!


SHEEVRA has been lovingly maintained by the owners and professional maintenance personnel.  With many upgrades over the standard boat, she is one of the most desirable Oceanis Yacht 62s on the market.

General specifications

• Overall Length (L.O.A) max 19,16 m 62'10''

• Hull length: 18,13 m 59'6''

• L.W.L.: 17,88 m 58'8''

• Hull Beam: 5,33 m 17'6''

• Shallow draft: 2,38 m 7'10''

• Shallow ballast weight: 6 800 kg 14,987 lbs

• Air draft: 27,75 m 91'1''

• Light displacement (EC): 26 108 kg 57,542 lbs

• Fuel tank capacity: 1 000 L 264 US Gal

• Fresh water capacity: 1 060 L 280 US Gal

• Engine power: 160 HP.  (390 hours as of 3-2022)


Architects / Designers EC Certification

• Naval Architect: Berret-Racoupeau Yacht Design • Category A: 12 people

• Design: Andreani Design • Category B: 14 people

• Category C: 16 people



Design made following European Directive requirements and according to CE certification.

Composition: polyester resin

• Infused balsa sandwich hull

• Infused solid laminate base of hull

• Deck in balsa and fiberglass sandwich covered in "diamond point" type non-slip surface

• Side decks covered in teak

• Screwed, glued and bolted polyester hull-to-deck joint

• Cast iron keel fixed with bolts and stainless-steel backing plates

• Twin rudders affixed with stainless steel stock

• White painted hull, with painted black accent stripes on topsides (eliminating the decal stickers)


INTERIOR - general

Designed to be bright, modern and comfortable, Beneteau used all of its knowledge to create an atmosphere of sophisticated comfort, but not losing sight of usability and function.

Woodwork Brushed Oak

Laminated floorboards

Leather upholstery in Saloon

Ceiling, hull and bulkheads coated with fabric linings

Direct and indirect LED lighting



With the wonderful use of wood and contrasting surfaces, the salon is an elegant space to enjoy family and friends.  The dining area is very comfortable and converts easily to an entertainment area when the large screed tv comes up from behind the seating.  The salon features lots of natural light and ventilation, but also benefits from ample air conditioning when the weather dictates.

• Headroom: 2,08 m / 6'10''

• Wooden companionway with 6 molded wood steps

• Headroom: 2,06 m / 6'9''

• L-shaped salon bench seat with armrests

• Central settee with armrests

• Central unit with built-in TV lift with large Sony flat panel TV installed

• Custom pantry

• Salon table folding with electric adjustable base

• Open storage compartment along the hull - Storage space under seats and sofa

• 1 panoramic skylight with blackout blinds / mosquito screen forward

• 3 large hull portholes with blackout blinds

• 1 Fixed coachroof side window with pleated blind, electric, with remote

• 1 Fixed coachroof side window with blind

• 1 opening porthole in side window

• Mast cover, built-in bookshelf, LED strip

• LED reading lights

• LED ceiling lights

• LED strip lights under upper lockers

• 1 110 V Power outlet


Chart table (portside)

Navigate in comfort and with confidence.  The nav station is well laid out, with easy access to get on deck when needed.  The plotter and other instruments allow you to monitor the progress of the vessel, as well as the many systems onboard.

• Opening lid - glove boxes - storage - Molded wood fiddle

• Swiveling navigator seat

• Electrical panel, back-lit, with all on-board functions

• Navigation instrument panel

• 1 coachroof window

• USB charging sockets

• LED reading light

• LED ceiling lights

• 1 110 V Power outlet

• Stereo + Bose interior loudspeakers + 24/12V inverter (50 Amp)



The galley is well laid out for easy cooking, but can also be hidden away with insert panels and flip down cover over the stove/oven.  Plenty of storage, ventilation and space to allow any cook to demonstrate their culinary skills.  Close to the salon table for easy serving, and ample counter space for displaying the next course of the meal.

• Headroom: 2,06 m / 6'9''

• Microwave 110v

• Refrigerator

• Freezer

• Dishwasher

• Icemaker 115v

• Oven / broiler / 3 burner stove on stainless steel Luxe mounting (retractable top and front)

• Cupboard and drawers for pans and lids

• Compartmental bins

• Lacquered upper units

• Corian counter-top with built-in fiddles

• Large rectangular stainless-steel sink, with hot/cold water faucet (2 covers in Corian)

• Freshwater filter

• 3 Hull portholes with blackout blinds

• 1 Fixed coach roof side window with pleated blind, electric, with remote

• LED ceiling lights

• LED strip light under upper lockers

• 2 x 2 110V Sockets



Galley passageway

Much like a butler's pantry, the area allows of additional refrigeration space and a washer/dryer unit.  In keeping with the rest of the vessel, these additional amenities are tucked out of sight when not in use, but easily accessible when needed.

• 1 Stainless steel fridge:

• Washer/Dryer

• Bottle storage under floor

• LED ceiling light


Technical lockers

Being able to quickly check on the generator and systems is not only convenient, but also a matter of safety.  Beneteau has nicely placed equipment and controls for ease of operations.  There is also an additional pantry area for storage of food or equipment

• Near the aft starboard cabin entrance

• Access to all the circuit breakers and electrical panel + generator room

• LED ceiling lights

• Pantry


Owner's cabin

Understated opulence is the best way to describe this cabin.  Beautifully laid out, with a large bed and ample storage underneath.  The cabin is bright and airy.  Situated forward of the mast, the cabin is removed from the salon enough that it is a haven from whatever distractions are happening in the salon.

• Headroom: 2,11 m / 6'11''

• Central double bed (2,05 x 1,72 m / 6'9'' x 5'8'' - head forward) - slatted bed base - marine

mattress (thickness: 120 mm / 5'') - Padded bed headboard

• Shelving unit - drawers - glove boxes - 2 drawers under the bed

• Opening of the bed assisted by gas strut for technical equipment under the bed

• to starboard: wardrobe, cupboard, shoe cabinet, built-in safe to port, hanging locker

• Large mirror on entrance bulkhead

• 2 Hull portholes with Roman blackout blinds

• 2 Opening deck hatches with blackout blinds / mosquito screens

• 4 Fixed coachroof windows with curtains

• Indirect lighting

• LED ceiling lights

• LED reading lights, 2 reading lights

• LED strip lights under upper lockers

• 1 Dorade

• 3 110V Sockets, 4 USB sockets

• Drawer chest added against the entrance bulkhead

• Television with remote, Fusion stereo with Bose speakers

• Carpet


Forward owner's head compartment

The head, with its separate stall shower is large enough, but does not dominate the owner cabin.  Plenty of light and fresh air, that make it enjoyable to "primp" for a night ashore.

• Headroom: 2,21 m / 7'3''

• Private head en-suite from forward cabin

• Separate shower: molded shower tray - mixing tap hot/cold water - shower door

• Teak slatted seat and shower flooring

• Electric toilet Tecma (fresh water / Sea water)

• 1 Integrated basin - Counter-top - mixing tap hot/cold water

  • Custom fiddles on open shelves for extra storage
  • Custom matching towel hooks in all heads

• 2 Mirrors

• Toilet accessories - towel rail - hook

• Cupboard units - shelving unit

• 1 Opening deck hatch with blackout blinds / mosquito screen

• 1 Fixed translucent coachroof window

• 1 Hull port with blackout blind

• LED ceiling lights

• LED strip light under mirrors

• 1 110 V Power outlet

• 1 Dorade


Port aft cabin

The cabin features a large bed and side seating area for dressing.  There is lots of room to stand and move about.  Plenty of light and ventilation makes this cabin seem like a VIP cabin.

• Headroom: 1,91 m / 6'3''

• 1 Double bed (2,04 x 1,40 m / 6'8'' x 4'7'') - slatted bed base - marine mattress (thickness:

120 mm / 5'') - Padded bed headboard

• Hanging locker - Shelving unit - Drawer under the bed

• 1 Opening porthole into cockpit with blackout curtain

• 1 Opening porthole to coach roof with blackout blind

• 3 Hull portholes, 1 with a blackout curtain

• Light tunnel with 2 fixed windows, stowage compartment, technical access hatch and

blackout blind

• LED ceiling lights

• LED reading lights

• LED strip light in ceiling

• 1 110 V Power outlet, 2 USB sockets

• Carpet


Aft port head compartment

The ensuite head and shower also serve as the day head for the boat.  Access is available from within the cabin or just aft of the nav station.

• Headroom: 2,15 m / 7'1''

• Private heads en-suite from the port side cabin + access through salon

• Separate shower: molded shower tray - mixing tap hot/cold water - shower door

• Teak slatted seat and shower flooring

• Electric toilet Tecma (fresh water / Sea water)

  • Custom fiddles on open shelves for extra storage

• 1 Sink - Counter-top in Corian - mixing tap hot/cold water

• 2 Mirrors

• Toilet accessories - towel rail - hook

• Cupboard units - shelving unit

• 1 Opening coach roof port with blackout blind

• 1 Hull port with blind

• LED ceiling lights

• LED strip light under mirrors

• 1 110 V Power outlet


Starboard aft cabin

This cabin might be considered the VIP cabin due to the private, ensuite head and stall shower.  The cabin is very spacious with lots of natural light and plenty of fresh air.  The berth size is very generous and comfortable.

• Headroom: 1,91 m / 6'3''

• 1 Double bed (2,04 x 1,40 m / 6'8'' x 4'7'') - slatted bed base - marine mattress (thickness:

120 mm / 5'') - Padded bed headboard

• Hanging locker - shelving unit - drawer under the bed

• 1 Opening porthole on cockpit with blackout curtain

• 1 Opening porthole to coach roof with blackout blind

• 3 Hull portholes, 1 with a blackout curtain

• Light tunnel with 1 fixed windows, stowage compartment, technical access hatch and

blackout blind

• LED ceiling lights

• LED reading lights

• LED strip light in ceiling

• 1 110 V Power outlet, 2 USB sockets

• Carpet


Aft starboard head compartment

As mentioned above, this head is fully en-suite and has a separate stall shower.  Plenty of light, fresh air and room to get dressed for a party!

• Headroom: 2,15 m / 7'1''

• Private head compartment accessible from starboard aft cabin

• Separate shower: molded shower tray - mixing tap hot/cold water - shower door

  • Custom fiddles on open shelves for extra storage

• Teak slatted seat and shower flooring

• Electric toilet Tecma (fresh water / Sea water)

• 1 Rigid sewage tank (80 L / 21 US Gal)

• 1 Sink - Counter-top in Corian - mixing tap hot/cold water

• 2 Mirrors

• Toilet accessories - towel rail - hook

• Cupboard units - shelving unit

• 1 Opening coachroof port

• 1 Hull port with blind

• LED ceiling lights

• LED strip light under mirrors

• 1 110 V Power outlet



With the twin wheels there is easy access down to the swim platform or the dinghy from either side of the cockpit.  Very comfortable seating around the tables or aft, by the wheels.  Designed around the ease of sailing operations, the winches are easily reached near the helm, so that one person can sail the boat very efficiently.  The cockpit is enclosed with a front dodger window, aft bimini and removable side/aft curtains to extend the season or control the weather.

• Custom cockpit tabletops made from solid wood, not veneer

• Self-draining cocking, solid natural wood decking, black joints

• All the sail trim of the Oceanis 62 is brought back to the helm stations

• Engine throttle and control panel on port and starboard

• Thruster controls (bow and stern) at each helm station

• Replaced std dodger plastic windows with EZ2CY super clear window material

• Added side panels with Eisenglass to all side screens.  Mesh screens are included and stored in the forecastle

• 2 Helm stations:

- Steering wheels in carbon

- Steering lock

- Cable transmission system

- Lines locker

- Cup holder

• Outside kitchen: Electric gas griddle + Sink + 1 Secret (popup)

• Life raft stowage in locker in the cockpit sole

• 2 Lockers in under the cockpit seats, Gas locker strut opening

• 1 Fridge beside the port helm console

• 1 Gas locker beside the starboard helm console

• 2 Natural solid wood slatted cockpit benches

• Deck plates for tiller system - Emergency steering

• 2 Solid wood cockpit tables with electric base (option to convert to sunpad) with covers:

- 2 leaves

- Hand rail

- Cup holders under leaves

• LED lights in cockpit, transom, and forward sun pad

• Cockpit fridge near the port helm station, 40 L, top opening

• 2 Sunbed mattresses for companionway, Diamante Snow

• PMMA companionway doors & sliding companionway hatch

• 6 Waterproof speakers: 2 Fusion loudspeakers under seats near the companionway,

2 Fusion loudspeakers at the helm stations, 2 Fusion loudspeakers at the mast foot

• Deck wash with fresh water / sea water

• Complete Luxe bimini and enclosures for sides and aft


Aft cockpit

Cooking outside is a treat with the grill, sink and cockpit fridge.  All within easy reach.  Great storage and comfortable seating while sailing or lounging while at anchor.

• Large stowage locker under aft central seat with optional outside galley module - Gas locker

strut opening

• 2 Lifting helm seats for access to the bathing platform steps

• 2 Shore power sockets

• Shore water hookup and deck wash


Aft transom

The swim platform is a great place to spend a lazy afternoon of swimming or dipping your feet in the water.

• Electric Transom with gas strut, fully opens for direct ocean access

• Doubles as a bathing platform with access steps aft of each helm station

• Access to the tender garage

• Solid wood swim platform

• 1 Built-in stainless steel bathing ladder

• 1 Hot and cold cockpit shower

• 1 Stainless steel chain plate (for mooring of the tender at anchor)


Tender garage

A tender garage is a treat!  Keeping the tender out of the elements allows for a much longer life of the tubes and better overall condition.  It also keeps the boat safely tucked inside while on passages.  Multiple access points allow for easier access to all areas of the garage.

• 1 Access hatch in the cockpit sole between the 2 helm stations for access without opening

aft platform

• Tender garage: 3,49 x 1,70 m / 11'5'' x 5'7''

• 3 Lights

• Tender compartment curtain and textile stowage bags

• Tender loading system for Williams Jet Tender

• Trickle charger on tender for tender start battery

• Inflator / deflator for tender

• Williams Tender (2,85 m / 9'4'')

• Tender winch and transom controls hard wired with remote in tender garage


Winches - (accessible from each helm station)

Upgraded winches allow for easier sail trim. 

• 2 Electric genoa sheet winches (Code 0 / spinnaker) - self tailing 70.2 STC

• 1 Starboard electric winch - H50.2STCEH/46.2STC

• 1 Port rewind electric primary winch H46.2STECH

  • Speed-grip winch handles

• 2 Winch handle holders


Mooring - anchoring gear

The stainless-steel anchor looks as good as the stainless-steel bow sprit.  Both work in tandem for a great experience while anchoring.  The roller is well positioned to keep the anchor and chain as far away from the bow as possible.  With windlass remotes for both on the bow and the aft cockpit, it is easy to deploy and retrieve the anchor.

• Stainless steel bow sprit with single stem roller, Tack for asymmetrical spinnaker or Code 0

• Self-draining chain locker

• Lockable access panel to the chain locker in the sail locker

• 24 V - 2000 W vertical electric windlass - Remote control

• Windlass control moved below deck and added chain counter and wired remote in forecastle locker

• Added handheld windlass remote control in cockpit

• Mooring cleats - collapsible type


Fore sail locker

Plenty of room to store extra sails like the code 0, as well as fenders, dock lines and toys for the kids.  Easy access to the chain locker as well.

• Access through deck hatch

• Stainless-steel ladder

• Locker fitted with stowage designed for lines, fenders, cushions, sails, etc.

• Direct access to the anchor well


Safety on deck

One of the highlights of the deck gear are the triple lifelines that provide much more safety for the crew and guests.  Everywhere you look, there is a strategically placed grab rail to ensure one hand for the boat and one hand for you, when moving about the deck.

• 1 Stainless-steel pulpit in 2 parts, open at the bow (750 mm - 28 mm diameter)

• 2 Stainless-steel aft pushpits (750 mm - 28 mm diameter)

• 1 Ring lifebuoy bracket

• 1 Ensign Mount

• Triple lifelines and stainless-steel stanchions (Height: 750 mm) - side boarding gate on

either side

• 4 Stainless-steel handrails on deck: - 2 on the coachroof, - 2 each side of the forward sun pad

• 4 Stainless-steel handrails on fixed arch



The electrical system is meant to be simple, easy to use, yet properly specified to ensure reliable power for whatever the needs are.  The highlight of the system is the Onan generator which can charge up the batteries quickly, provide ample power for the air conditioning system, as well as the wash/dryer and other consumables.  The owners have upgraded the batteries to a much higher level to ensure plenty of power and safety.  The lighting onboard is very special and not only includes all of the normal LED lighting to save power, but has special treats like under water lighting and mast lighting for that "yacht" look at night.

• 12 V Circuit

• 24 V Circuit

• 110 V Circuit

• 21 kVA Onan Generator - with automatic switch off

• Ducts with mouse lines for threading cables of electrics or navigation electronics optional


• 1 110 V electrical panel: breaker - voltmeter

• 1 24 V electrical panel: breaker - voltmeter - water gauge - fuel gauge - 24 v charging current

and consumption current measurement

• Compartment for fitting electrical controls in starboard technical area

• Ship Control technology control numerous functions from the navigation screens (or from

a tablet or smartphone using a dedicated app):

- Anchoring and masthead navigation lights

- Boom and spreader lights, underwater spotlights (4)

- Courtesy light in cockpit

- Direct lighting

- Deck searchlight

- Inverter

- Fridge

- Water unit

- Bilge pumps

- Air conditioning (Tropical level - chilled water system)

- Generator - Onan 21.5k VA - 220V  60hz with cover.  (478.5 hours as of 3-2022)

- Audio

- Tank monitoring

- Battery monitoring and trickle charger on stern thruster batteries


12 V Circuit (engine use)

• Standard equipment:

• 1 Marine gel engine battery (12 V - 140 Amp)

• Battery switch (from the port side aft cabin)

• 1 Battery charger (12 V - 25 Amp) in starboard technical area


24 V Circuit

• Standard equipment: electric windlass - pumps - navigation lights - lighting - refrigeration


• 1 Service 24V battery marine gel set - 560 Amp - AGM (12 V - 8 x 140 Amp batteries)

• Battery switch (from the port side aft cabin)

• Load balancer (24 V) in starboard technical area

• 2 Battery chargers (24 V - 60 Amp) in starboard technical area


110 V Circuit

• Standard equipment: 110V Sockets - water heater

• 110V Sockets:

Forward cabin x 3, Forward head x 1, Port salon x 1, Galley x 4, Chart table x 1, Port aft

cabin x 1, Aft port head compartment x 1, Starboard aft cabin x 1, Aft starboard head

compartment x 1



• Dimmer switch

• LED interior lights: overhead lights, reading lights

• LED courtesy lights: under the companionway steps, in the hanging lockers

• Outside lighting:

- LED: courtesy light in cockpit

- Standard bulb: deck light at mid mast

- LED navigation lights - control from the chart table

- 1 LED all horizon mast head light

- 1 LED mid-mast automatic top light

- 1 LED stern light on aft starboard pulpit

- LED lights integral in bimini top

- LED lights on bottom of arch

- 4 underwater lights



Yanmar engines are well known for being quite and reliable.  The owners have added extra controls for the shifting, as well as for the bow and stern thruster, thus allowing easy docking from either helm station.  Owner upgrades to the fuel system has made the system more reliable and easier to maintain.

• Yanmar Engine: 160 HP, w/propeller shaft.  (390 hours as of 3-2022)

• Engine electrical control and switchboard at the starboard helm, and controls on port side

• Yanmar controls at nav station moved and added virtual controls to B&G screens

• Bow thruster and Stern thruster - Controls at both wheels

• Engine compartment w/foam soundproofing and ventilation - 4 air intakes & 2 air extractors

• 1 Alternator (12 V - 150 Amp)

• 1 Alternator (24 V - 90 Amp)

• 3 Fuel tanks (2 x 230 L + 1 x 540 L / 2 x 61 US Gal + 1 x 143 US Gal) - Electronic gauge - 3 Deck fillers - Tank selection with by-pass valves

• Filters: Sea water - Diesel - Water separator

• Propeller - 3 blade folding

• Access to the engine compartment: Companionway (gas locker strut opening) & starboard machinery compartment

• Replaced standard fuel water separator in engine compartment with type that can be accessed and drained while underway



There is lots of water capacity onboard Sheevra, but the owners added nearly unlimited capacity with the addition of a Sea Recovery water maker.  Making up to 25 gallons per hour, this unit will provide super clean drinking water that is also fantastic to bath in!  The A/C system has been upgraded to tropical level, to ensure comfort below on even the hottest of days.

• 4 rotomolded freshwater tanks (1 x 400 L + 3 x 200 L / 1 x 106 US Gal + 3 x 53 US Gal) - 4 Deck fillers - Tank selection with by-pass valves

• Water pressure system - expansion tank - inline filter

• 60 L Electric water heater (16 US Gal)

• 1 Rigid 80 L / 21 US Gal black water holding tank for each WC

• Automatic electric shower drain pumps - time delay

• 2 Electric bilge pumps - 1 manual bilge pump

• Shore freshwater supply

• Chilled water "tropical" air conditioning especially for high temperatures (48 000 BTU)

• Air Conditioning pump motor replaced in 2021

• Water maker: Sea Recovery Ultra Whisper III modular 600 with remote - 25 gal/hour

• Dock water hook up connection



• Gas bottle locker in cockpit

• Regulator and solenoid

• Gas leak detector



No expense or thought has been spared in preparing the electronics for any level of use.  The B&G plotter screens are super easy to read.  Very bright and easy to operate.  Add in items like an Iridium satellite phone and you are ready to cross any oceans and stay in touch with family or friends.  XM weather and 4G radar make operating in bad weather much easier.

• Port and starboard helm stations:

- 1 Multifunction Zeus3S 12'' wide wireless screen (GPS, Chart plotter on each pedestal)

- 1 Graphic H5000 display

• H5000 unit (Vessel Management Unit, Log, Speedometer, Temperature, Windvane,


• PC interface

• XM weather integral to B&G screens

• TV Antenna

• Network Ethernet/WiFi

• TV & DVD installed

• 4G Radar

• AIS 400 B&G

• Fixed B&G RS90 VHF, AIS receiver - chart table = H50 handset

• Iridium satellite telephone

• Sony TV n salon and Fwd cabin

• Chart table: 1 Multifunction Zeus3S 16'' screen

• Remote Keyboard B&G ZC2-Series

• Black Box

• H5000 auto pilot with control at the 2 steering positions

• WR 10 Wireless autopilot remote control

• Chart table: Fixed V100B VHF (with AIS) + 2 H60 handsets

• Forward Scan Sensor (Forward underwater vision)



The well proven in-mast furling mainsail make sailing Sheevra a breeze!  Easy to deploy and stow, the furling main takes all the effort out of getting underway or putting the sails away when you get to your destination.  The net result is more sailing time and more time to relax.  No hassles with putting on the mainsail cover or flaking the sail on a boom well off the deck.

• Traditional 9/10ths tapered anodized aluminum mast - deck-stepped - 3 sets of swept back

spreaders, steaming light

• In-mast furling mainsail

• Folding mast steps

• Anodized aluminum boom

• Stainless steel standing rigging

• Split backstay

• Rigid boom vang with block and tackle

• Genoa furler - electric

• Stand-up blocks on mainsheet arch

• Genoa tracks with traveler cars adjustable from cockpit - 2 genoa sheet turning blocks

• Complete running rigging:

- 2:1 Dyneema purchase mainsail halyard

- Dyneema genoa halyard on tensioning rail

- Boom topping lift

- Mainsheet - replaced 2021

- 2 Genoa sheets - replaced 2021

• Custom sheet bags by winches

• Asymmetrical spinnaker rigging + Code 0 rigging

• Halyard Clutches

• 2 rope tail bags

• 2 Flag halyards



The sail inventory includes a furling Code 0 sail for times when you are reaching and running.  This sail is easy to deploy and adds loads of sail area to accelerate the boat well beyond speeds obtained with just the main and jib.  The Hydranet sail cloth that is used on both the main and genoa is very strong and lasts for years.  This material has very low stretch to maximize speed, while also keeping the heeling forces at bay as the sails hold their shape, not getting fuller in higher wind speeds, which would induce more heel.

• Code 0 reaching sail with Carver furling system

• Hydranet Mainsail

• Hydranet Roller Furling Genoa


Standard sails dimensions

• Mainsail (Roller furling mast): 73 m  786 sq ft

• Genoa (106%): 83 m  893 sq ft

• Self-tacking jib: 60 m  646 sq ft

• Code 0: 165 m  1,776 sq ft

• I 23,59 m 77'5''

• J 7,21 m 23'8''

• P 23 m 75'6''

• E 7 m 23'



• Smoke detector

• Stainless-Steel side boarding ladder

• Automatic fire suppression system

• Complete mooring/anchoring kit (Delta 40 kg stainless steel anchor, 100m chains, Fenders)

• Diamante Snow exterior upholstery (Cockpit benches, forward sun deck and aft sun deck)

• Boat Cradle for shallow keel

• Custom wheel covers

• Custom winch covers

• Custom helm covers

• Custom table covers

  • Spare parts: extra filters, fittings, gaskets included
  • Spare parts: extra filters, fittings, gaskets included
  • Custom bed sheets included, along with all linens and towels
  • All galley items included, allowing for immediate occupancy/cruising
  • All original manuals organized in binders under chart table
  • Jon Buoys and life raft serviced in 2021, attached and included


SHEEVRA is in turn-key condition and ready to take her new owners on their dream journeys.  Easy to sail, super comfortable, and built to take what mother nature can throw at her.  SHEEVRA is the perfect choice for anyone looking to take a family out for regional sailing or even crossing oceans. 




The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

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