A spacious cockpit that offers great outdoor living with lots of lounge space as well as storage lockers. Two cabins, a full galley, and a surprisingly large and open saloon make the interior comfortable as well. In this configuration, the galley is to port has lots of space.
The master stateroom is in the V-berth forward, with a sliding door for privacy, and a hanging locker. The compact head (minus a stall shower) is aft of the saloon and to starboard. The large L-shaped settee, also to starboard, converts into a double berth with the help of the drop-leaf table so six to nine people may be accommodated on overnight cruises. The straight portside settee shares a seat with the aft-facing nav desk, which provides a dedicated space for basic ship's business, though the navigation instruments are mounted in a pod up top at the single helm station.
The Beneteau 331 is deceptively large both inside and out, with a beam of 11' 3" and a length overall of nearly 34'. This model has a shallow draft bulb at 1.69 m. This is a light displacement boat (11,000 pounds) with a ballast/displacement ratio of 31-percent. This masthead sloop, with 500 square feet of sail area and a deck-stepped spar. It makes a good club racer as well as a solid coastal cruiser even for those who wish to single-hand.
Shes has a 30 HP Yanmar diesel shaft drive.
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