Tutto Bene
Beneteau Oceanis 45
PRICE
$279,000 USD
LENGTH
45ft 0in
YEAR
2013
TYPE
Sail

Tutto Bene, a Beneteau Oceanis 45, is ready to please her new owners with any adventure. She is one of the first in the Oceanis 45 line to be built and her specifications were so desirable they weren’t changed for the next several years. In the first year of production, the Oceanis 45 was given the European Sailboat of the Year award in the family cruiser category. Tutto Bene features a standard height rig with in mast furling, standard 7-foot draft and hard chines above the waterline, which makes for a generous beam of nearly fifteen feet. The mainsheet arch, three power winches and halyards that run aft to the cockpit make shorthanded sailing a breeze. For post-sailing activities, the transom lowers by the push of a button into a glorious swim platform that will leave the whole anchorage jealous. Tutto Bene is ready to be made into your new dream boat! 

HILIGHTS: 

  • Bow thruster 
  • Electric winches 
  • Electric anchor windlass 
  • Webasto diesel forced air heating 
  • Force Ten three burner stove/oven 
  • Cockpit dodger integrated into mainsheet arch 
  • Vacuflush heads 
Specifications
Name of vessel Tutto Bene
Model Beneteau Oceanis 45
Year 2013
Builder Beneteau USA, Marion, SC
Designer Finot Conq & Assoc./Nauta Design
Price $279,000 USD
Location Seattle, WA
Length (feet) 45
Beam (feet) 14' 9"
Draft (feet) 7' 1"
Displacement (pounds) 21,048
Ballast (pounds) 4,253
Engine model Yanmar 4JH5E
Engine horsepower 54
Engine hours 803
Fuel tank capacity (gallons) 53
Water tank capacity (gallons) 140
Holding tank capacity (gallons) 38
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Accommodations 

The interior of Tutto Bene is finished in Mahogany and fresh white panels, and cream leather upholstery complimenting a modern design. Her spacious three stateroom, two head (each with a separate shower stall) comfortably accommodates six.  

Starting forward, the spacious owner’s stateroom occupies nearly a third of the interior space and has a generous amount of storage space. The bunk is a centerline island berth that is 6’ 8”. This cabin boasts four overhead hatches and two portlights let in a generous amount of light and the overhead and reading lights supplement after sunset. The cabin has one large hanging locker with several cabinets below and one large drawer under the bed.  

The ensuite master head is accessed via the forward cabin on the starboard side. It is equipped with an electric Vacuflush toilet and a large counter along the outboard side with sliding storage doors concealing the storage behind. The shower stall is inboard and separated by an acrylic door.  

The main salon comfortably accommodates a number of guests and feels much larger than her forty-five foot waterline should allow and her 6’ 8” of headroom will be comfortable for guests and crew. Along the starboard side is the 6’ 6” long U-shaped settee surrounding the dining table.  Two storage lockers and one open shelf lay outboard above the settee with the large salon windows above them. Just aft of the settee is a storage cabinet with wine bottle storage or other pantry items. On the port side is a customizable section, with two sliding chairs sliding together as a love seat or separated with the navigation table between them.  

The “L”-shaped galley is on the port side with the top loading freezer and front-loading fridge wrapping into the center of the boat providing extra countertop space.  The gimbaled Force 10 three-burner stove and oven is along the hull with the double basin sink and single lever faucet aft. Above them is storage spanning the length of the galley with sliding and hinged doors to hold items in place while underway. The microwave oven is nestled in behind a cabinet door and easily accessed.  

The aft head is opposite the galley to starboard and is accessible through a door in the main salon or the starboard stateroom. The sink and electric toilet are in the first compartment with the shower stall is forward and separated by an acrylic door. 
The crisp white countertops are easy to clean and the overhead lighting and portlights add brightness to the space. Ample storage is outboard behind the mirrors.  

The starboard stateroom is aft of the head and features a generously sized quarter berth comfortable for two people and 6’ 8” long. The aft facing tinted window, overhead hatch and outboard portlight allow lots of natural light into the space. They all have privacy shades to keep the cabin cooler on hot summer days. A large hanging locker is outboard.  

The port stateroom is laid out much like the starboard with a berth suitable for two people, a hull mounted portlight and hanging storage locker at the head of the cabin. LED reading lights and overhead lights adequately light the cabin after dark.  

The companionway leads from the cockpit into the cabin at a relaxed 45º angle. 

  • LED interior lighting dome lights and reading lights
  • 110V outlets in each cabin
  • Curtains for all hull and cabin side ports
  • Concealed Oceanaire sky screens for overhead hatches
  • Pressurized hot and cold water
  • Force Ten three burner gimballed stove/oven
  • Front loading fridge and top loading freezer
  • Westinghouse microwave oven

 

Electronics and Navigation 

  • Simrad AP24 autopilot 
  • Simrad RS25 VHF 
  • Simrad AHK05 handheld VHF 
  • (4) Simrad IS20 repeater displays 
  • Simrad NSS12 chartplotter w/radar overlay 
  • Simrad radar detector 
  • (2) Plastimo magnetic compass (Olympic 135) 
  • Fusion radio (MS-IP700) 
  • Fusion radio relay unit in cockpit (MS-NRX200) 
  • (2) Bose cockpit speakers 
  • Bose cabin speaker (Acoustimass 5 series III) 

 

Electrical Systems 

  • 110V AC/ and 12V DC electrical systems 
  • Scheiber breaker panel  
  • 30 amp 120V  shore power service 
  • (2) 50’ 30 amp shore power cord 
  • (2) Group 24 AGM bow thruster batteries 
  • (2) Full River AGM batteries engine start and winch batteries (FT1100-31) 
  • (3) West Marine group 31 AGM house batteries (15020258) 
  • Cristec battery charger (CPS30EM) 
  • Xantrex battery monitor (LinkPro) 
  • Pro Mariner galvanic isolator (ZincSaver30) 
  • Inverter (XM Pro 1800) 
  • Fireboy gasoline & propane monitoring system (Xintex MS-2 sensor) 
  • Propane solenoid (Xintex S-2A) 
  • 12v cigarette style chargers 
  • Webasto cabin thermostat 

 

Mechanical and Plumbing systems 

  • 2013 Yanmar 4JH5E 54 horsepower engine with 803 hours 
  • 12v Bowthruster (Max Power CT100) 
  • Dock N Go system 
  • ZF Marine Arco sail drive (ZF SPPSB54- 2.5) 
  • 3-blade fixed prop 
  • Racor fuel filter 
  • Webasto heater (Airtop Evo 5500) 
  • Hotwater heater 110v 11gal (Nautic B3 4012SLV) 
  • (2) Vacuflush toilets 
  • Rule 1500 bilge pump 
  • Whale Supersub bilge pump (Smart 650) 
  • Manual bilge pump in cockpit 
  • Tank monitoring system 
  • 87gal plastic water tank 
  • 53gal plastic water tank 
  • 17gal plastic holding tank 
  • 21gal plastic holding tank 
  • 53gal fuel tank 
  • High bilge water alarm 
  • (2) SeaLand waste discharge pumps (600344812) 
  • (2) Whale gulper 320 shower drain pumps 
  • Jabsco water pressure pump (Par-Max4) 
  • Transom hot/cold freshwater shower 
  • Virtrifrigo refrigerator (C130L DX 06) 
  • Virtrifrigo freezer (BN85 BT) 
  • Insulated cockpit table with drain 
  • Force 10 three burner gimbaled stove/oven 
  • (1) Aluminum propane tank 
  • Westinghouse microwave oven 

 

Deck and Hull 

Tutto Bene is finished with a fresh white gel coat on her hull with the Beneteau cove stripe and single black boot stripe at the waterline. Her bottom was last painted in 2018 and her zincs were just replaced in July.  

Topsides, she has teak decks with a Flexiteak toe rail. Forward there is a double stainless bow roller, pulpit and double lifelines that carry all the way aft to the pushpit with gates on the starboard and port sides. The electric windlass is recessed into the foredeck with access to the anchor locker below. Just aft and separated by a bulkhead is a bow locker with space for sails, fenders and cruising toys you may want to bring along. The raised coach roof cabin top is cleanly laid out with simple stainless handholds, recessed deck hatches and line organizers running all halyards aft to the cockpit. The mainsheet is arch-mounted keeping the cockpit free of clutter and placing the purchase well aft on the boom for maximum leverage.  The large spacious cockpit is equipped with twin wheels, insulated drop leaf cockpit table and open access to the stern platform. Two electric primary winches flank each wheel allowing the helmsperson to trim. The teak covered cockpit seats provide a great lounge space while under way and LED lighting in the arch let the party go on into the evening while at anchor with friends. 

A pushbutton at the port helm controls the swim platform electric lift.  When up, the platform closes the transom.  A full beam seat has space to seat eight.  When down, the platform and helm seat transform into a huge, water-level swim step with stainless steel ladder.  A liferaft locker is on centerline.  Additional hatches aft of each helm access large stern storage lockers.  A cooking gas locker is recessed into the cockpit sole adjacent the liferaft locker. 

  • Dual stainless anchor roller 
  • Quick 12V anchor windlass 
  • Delta 44lb anchor  
  • 250’ chain 100’ rode (approximately) 
  • Lewmar deck hatches 
  • Teak decking 
  • Cockpit dodger integrated into mainsheet arch 
  • Stainless pulpit and pushpit 
  • Double lifelines 
  • (6) Mooring cleats 
  • Transom hot/cold freshwater bathing shower 
  • Winch handle pockets 
  • Cockpit sheet bags 
  • (2) Harken winch handles  
  • (6) cup holders 
  • Outboard storage bracket on stern pushpit 
  • Cockpit table cover 
  • Cockpit table light 

 

Sails and Rigging 

  • Facnor headsail furler (LS 180) 
  • Spinnaker halyard 
  • Jib halyard 
  • Neil Pryde in mast furling mainsail 
  • Neil Pryde furling jib 
  • US Spars double spreader anodized aluminum mast 
  • US Spars anodized aluminum boom 
  • US Spars anodized solid boom vang 
  • Harken jib sheeting tracks 
  • (9) Spinlock clutches 
  • (2) Harken ST 46 primary electric winches 
  • (1) Harken ST 40 winch 
  • (1) Harken 900 ST electric mainsail furling/sheet winch 

 

Safety and Miscellaneous 

  • Lifesling in soft white case 
  • White rigid lifering 
  • Fire extinguishers 
  • Emergency boarding ladder in transom 
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