The helm station and cockpit provide a generous space with ample seating, and fold out tables allowing for comfortable outdoor dining, lockers under the cockpit seating provide a large amount of storage. Leaving
the aft helm station heading forward down the companionway leads to the galley on the port side and the master stateroom with head are off to the starboard.
The saloon is the main space below decks, the dinette can convert to a double when required, there is ample storage below the seats in the settee. A navigation area including a chart table is to port just forward of the
Galley and the forward cabin v-berth configuration has twin singles with an infill with a plentiful number of hatches providing natural light and ventilation throughout the yacht.
The galley is equipped with good draws and cabinet storage and the gimballed stove has two burners plus the oven with a broiler and large refrigeration.
Above decks the cockpit has a spray dodger, a bimini cover to keep you out of the elements, all of the lines run aft to the Lewmar self-tailing winches to the cabin top either side of the companion way entrance and this makes for ease of short-handed sailing. The main sail has a lazy jack system and baton cars, the genoa is on a roller furler ensuring the deployment of retrieval of the sails is very manageable.
“CELESTE” is a sort after USA built Beneteau Oceanis 351 and has a stable low draft platform that is achieved with the wing keel configuration and this yacht has proven coastal and passage making qualities.