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Rear cabin with central queen bed. Which model?

Why searching through boats for sale I saw a Beneteau around 40 feet long with a rear cabin with a single central queen bed. I presume this is the owners version.

Can anyone tell me the model number. It might have been an Oceanis but am not sure.

We are looking for a boat and this has just come to mind as our parameters have changed.
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Have had mine for 2 yrs. This boat is Benteau's version of a more blue water capable vessel. Absolutely love the boat, plenty of space, decent storage, well appointed and outfitted. Speaking under correction it seems this hull is narrower and less flat bottomed than other models. Even empty our Benny has far less heel than many other production boats out there, partic in 20-25 knot winds. The engine room is comparitively huge and allows easy access, has dual entrances. In mast furling, and high quality fittings and good water/fuel storage make this the boat for us - although we plan Carib sailing only.... for now.
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Thank you that is the layout that I saw. My partner likes the owners cabin layout and the drop down swim platform.

It will be added to our list of possibles.

John and Carol
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