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S/Y "THETIS I"

"THETIS I" is a 40 feet (12 meter) sloop (Fig 6, Fig 7) with a fin keel ending to a winged torpedo bulb (Fig 3), model OCEANIS 400" (Fig 1) built by Beneteau of France. It is clasified as a "Performance Cruiser" efficiently combining and carefully balancing performance, stability and comfort. A real pleasure to sail.
The yacht has 3 cabins and sleeps six adults (Fig 4) in spacious comfort. Two head (Fig 15, 16) layout with plenty of natural light and ventilation. A salon with a curved dinette (Fig 10, Fig 20) settee and teak table to starboard with a center settee (Fig 22) and the galley (Fig 8) amidships lengthwise opposite to port. Aft are two double birth cabins (Fig 13, 14) with one locker in each, to port the guest head (Fig 16) and to starboard the navigation table (Fig 19) and panel. The private cabin forward (Fig 12) has a double berth to starboard, an upholstered small settee and a locker (Fig 9) opposite to port. Further forward, is the second large private head (Fig 15).
The Oceanis 400 cockpit(Fig 17, Fig 5) is a mastery of ergonomic design, giving plenty of elbow room to the crew, whether underway or socializing around the cockpit table at the end of the day. High coamings provide plenty of back support and security for the crew. Adding to sailing pleasures, Thetis I features a large easily accessible, multi-purpose swimming platform (Fig 18) literally making the entire sea your own private swimming pool.

Yacht image
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Thetis sailing
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Yacht keele
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Thetis layout
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Yacht image
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sailing cruise
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anchored after sailing
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Thetis galley
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Thetis forward setee
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Thetis salon
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Thetis hatch and salon
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Thetis forward cabin
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Thetis aft cabin to starboard
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Thetis aft cabin to port
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Thetis forward head
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Thetis aft head
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Thetis cockpit
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Thetis swimming platform
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Thetis navigation table
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Thetis salon
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Thetis salon and galley
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Thetis galley
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