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DICTADOR 62' Beneteau 2022

$ 1,599,000


United Yacht Sales is pleased to assist you in the purchase of this vessel. This boat is centrally listed by Northrop and Johnson. It is offered as a convenience by this broker/dealer to its clients and is not intended to convey direct representation of a particular vessel

Specifications

  • Price USD:$ 1,599,000
  • Builder:

    Beneteau

  • Model: --
  • Year:

    2022

  • Location:

    La Paz, Mexico

  • Type:

    Sail Yacht

  • LOA: 62 ft 0 in
  • Display Length: 62 ft
  • Beam: 17' 6"
  • Yacht Category

    Schooner

  • Water Capacity: 280 gals
  • Fuel Capacity: 265 gals
  • Engine Details: Yanmar 4LV170
  • Engine 1: 2022 525.00 HRS 0.00 HP
  • Engine 2: 2022 525.00 HRS 0.00 HP
  • Engine 3: 2022 525.00 HRS 0.00 HP
  • Engine Fuel: Diesel
  • Days on Market:
Belowdecks, the saloon features a portside L-shaped lounge facing a centerline settee with an adjustable table in between. To starboard is a straight-line galley, separated from the saloon by a console that also holds a pop-up flat screen TV and a bottle holder.
The galley includes a three-burner Eno stove/oven, a microwave, Vitrifrigo top and side-loading refrigeration, an Isotherm icemaker, a Dometic wine cooler, an Edesta dishwasher and twin sinks. At first glance you see none of this, though, as it’s all hidden beneath gray Corian countertops or behind mahogany cabinetry with overhead lockers finished in a shiny white lacquer.
The forward-facing navigation desk is to port and close to the companionway for easy communication with the cockpit. A third B&G plotter, a Schreiber digital bus panel and USB charging plugs surround the large L-shaped desk, which also includes an integrated laptop space.
The master stateroom forward benefits from a foyer that adds a bit of privacy for the owner, since you cannot see into the cabin from the saloon due to the winding corridor that leads to it. There’s also a Splendide washer/dryer combo and a large pantry. A built-in bookcase is located forward of the padded tower that hides the compression post. With the raised cabintop, there is 6ft 11in of headroom at the foot of the bed, and the whole suite is light and bright due to the twin opening overhead hatches and the rectangular hull windows that you can see out of from bed.
Guest accommodations include twin aft cabins with ensuite heads. One head also serves as the day head. The starboard cabin has an interior door for access to the Onan 11.5 kW genset as well as to the back of the Yanmar 170 HP engine. (Access to the front of the diesel is via the companionway steps.)
Motoring can be achieved at 8.5 knots with the throttle set at 2,000 rpm, where the vessel burns about 3gph. An even better cruising speed can be achieved at 6.5 knots and 1,400 rpm, where fuel consumption settles in at just over a gallon per hour.
The 62 moves surprisingly easily thanks to her code O set up. Able to sail steadily at 6.7 to 7 knots in 10 knots of breeze.
Belowdecks, the saloon features a portside L-shaped lounge facing a centerline settee with an adjustable table in between. To starboard is a straight-line galley, separated from the saloon by a console that also holds a pop-up flat screen TV and a bottle holder.
The galley includes a three-burner Eno stove/oven, a microwave, Vitrifrigo top and side-loading refrigeration, an Isotherm icemaker, a Dometic wine cooler, an Edesta dishwasher and twin sinks. At first glance you see none of this, though, as it’s all hidden beneath gray Corian countertops or behind mahogany cabinetry with overhead lockers finished in a shiny white lacquer.
The forward-facing navigation desk is to port and close to the companionway for easy communication with the cockpit. A third B&G plotter, a Schreiber digital bus panel and USB charging plugs surround the large L-shaped desk, which also includes an integrated laptop space.
The master stateroom forward benefits from a foyer that adds a bit of privacy for the owner, since you cannot see into the cabin from the saloon due to the winding corridor that leads to it. There’s also a Splendide washer/dryer combo and a large pantry. A built-in bookcase is located forward of the padded tower that hides the compression post. With the raised cabintop, there is 6ft 11in of headroom at the foot of the bed, and the whole suite is light and bright due to the twin opening overhead hatches and the rectangular hull windows that you can see out of from bed.
Guest accommodations include twin aft cabins with ensuite heads. One head also serves as the day head. The starboard cabin has an interior door for access to the Onan 11.5 kW genset as well as to the back of the Yanmar 170 HP engine. (Access to the front of the diesel is via the companionway steps.)
Motoring can be achieved at 8.5 knots with the throttle set at 2,000 rpm, where the vessel burns about 3gph. An even better cruising speed can be achieved at 6.5 knots and 1,400 rpm, where fuel consumption settles in at just over a gallon per hour.
The 62 moves surprisingly easily thanks to her code O set up. Able to sail steadily at 6.7 to 7 knots in 10 knots of breeze.
Belowdecks, the saloon features a portside L-shaped lounge facing a centerline settee with an adjustable table in between. To starboard is a straight-line galley, separated from the saloon by a console that also holds a pop-up flat screen TV and a bottle holder.
The galley includes a three-burner Eno stove/oven, a microwave, Vitrifrigo top and side-loading refrigeration, an Isotherm icemaker, a Dometic wine cooler, an Edesta dishwasher and twin sinks. At first glance you see none of this, though, as it’s all hidden beneath gray Corian countertops or behind mahogany cabinetry with overhead lockers finished in a shiny white lacquer.
The forward-facing navigation desk is to port and close to the companionway for easy communication with the cockpit. A third B&G plotter, a Schreiber digital bus panel and USB charging plugs surround the large L-shaped desk, which also includes an integrated laptop space.
The master stateroom forward benefits from a foyer that adds a bit of privacy for the owner, since you cannot see into the cabin from the saloon due to the winding corridor that leads to it. There’s also a Splendide washer/dryer combo and a large pantry. A built-in bookcase is located forward of the padded tower that hides the compression post. With the raised cabintop, there is 6ft 11in of headroom at the foot of the bed, and the whole suite is light and bright due to the twin opening overhead hatches and the rectangular hull windows that you can see out of from bed.
Guest accommodations include twin aft cabins with ensuite heads. One head also serves as the day head. The starboard cabin has an interior door for access to the Onan 11.5 kW genset as well as to the back of the Yanmar 170 HP engine. (Access to the front of the diesel is via the companionway steps.)
Motoring can be achieved at 8.5 knots with the throttle set at 2,000 rpm, where the vessel burns about 3gph. An even better cruising speed can be achieved at 6.5 knots and 1,400 rpm, where fuel consumption settles in at just over a gallon per hour.
The 62 moves surprisingly easily thanks to her code O set up. Able to sail steadily at 6.7 to 7 knots in 10 knots of breeze.
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The Oceanis 62 is sleek, with a profile accented by a black hull stripe that hides a dozen dark windows. The high topsides permit a low-profile coachroof that does not impinge upon the volume and headroom belowdecks.
The tapered 9/10 fractional deck-stepped Sparcraft mast towers over the deck with an air draft of 90ft. With the 105 percent genoa, the total sail area with an in-mast furling main is 2,600sq feet, Code 0. The massive sailplan is managed by four electric Harken winches aft, near the helms.

The transom drops down electrically to form a large swim platform that drops below the water which makes it much easier to launch and load the tender (Williams 2.85 jet boat). A Quick electric winch hauls the tender into the garage where there is also an electric pump to inflate/deflate it. DICTADOR has staircases port and starboard, which lead down from the cockpit and can be easily managed by kids or anyone else who may be a bit less agile.
Forward of the swim step, twin superyacht-style command pods hold a pair of Carbonautica wheels, toggles for the Quick bow thrusters, a remote control for the Quick 24V windlass and B&G Zeus 12in multifunction displays. Switches to furl and unfurl the headsail on a Facnor furler can also be found here to make sure that you exercise very little more than your fingertips when setting sail.
Forward of the helms, the social cockpit includes a U-shaped settee to either side wrapping around a pair of adjustable-height tables. When these are lowered they become lounges, separated by a walkthrough passageway to the companionway. An electrically activated module with a grill, sink, prep station and pop-up light is hidden below the transom deck under the aft sun pad. Comprised of a black fiberglass roof with an integrated windshield, it also includes a handhold along the aft edge that will make the transition from helm to helm a bit easier in rough conditions.

The Oceanis 62 is sleek, with a profile accented by a black hull stripe that hides a dozen dark windows. The high topsides permit a low-profile coachroof that does not impinge upon the volume and headroom belowdecks.
The tapered 9/10 fractional deck-stepped Sparcraft mast towers over the deck with an air draft of 90ft. With the 105 percent genoa, the total sail area with an in-mast furling main is 2,600sq feet, Code 0. The massive sailplan is managed by four electric Harken winches aft, near the helms.

The transom drops down electrically to form a large swim platform that drops below the water which makes it much easier to launch and load the tender (Williams 2.85 jet boat). A Quick electric winch hauls the tender into the garage where there is also an electric pump to inflate/deflate it. DICTADOR has staircases port and starboard, which lead down from the cockpit and can be easily managed by kids or anyone else who may be a bit less agile.
Forward of the swim step, twin superyacht-style command pods hold a pair of Carbonautica wheels, toggles for the Quick bow thrusters, a remote control for the Quick 24V windlass and B&G Zeus 12in multifunction displays. Switches to furl and unfurl the headsail on a Facnor furler can also be found here to make sure that you exercise very little more than your fingertips when setting sail.
Forward of the helms, the social cockpit includes a U-shaped settee to either side wrapping around a pair of adjustable-height tables. When these are lowered they become lounges, separated by a walkthrough passageway to the companionway. An electrically activated module with a grill, sink, prep station and pop-up light is hidden below the transom deck under the aft sun pad. Comprised of a black fiberglass roof with an integrated windshield, it also includes a handhold along the aft edge that will make the transition from helm to helm a bit easier in rough conditions.

The Oceanis 62 is sleek, with a profile accented by a black hull stripe that hides a dozen dark windows. The high topsides permit a low-profile coachroof that does not impinge upon the volume and headroom belowdecks.
The tapered 9/10 fractional deck-stepped Sparcraft mast towers over the deck with an air draft of 90ft. With the 105 percent genoa, the total sail area with an in-mast furling main is 2,600sq feet, Code 0. The massive sailplan is managed by four electric Harken winches aft, near the helms.

The transom drops down electrically to form a large swim platform that drops below the water which makes it much easier to launch and load the tender (Williams 2.85 jet boat). A Quick electric winch hauls the tender into the garage where there is also an electric pump to inflate/deflate it. DICTADOR has staircases port and starboard, which lead down from the cockpit and can be easily managed by kids or anyone else who may be a bit less agile.
Forward of the swim step, twin superyacht-style command pods hold a pair of Carbonautica wheels, toggles for the Quick bow thrusters, a remote control for the Quick 24V windlass and B&G Zeus 12in multifunction displays. Switches to furl and unfurl the headsail on a Facnor furler can also be found here to make sure that you exercise very little more than your fingertips when setting sail.
Forward of the helms, the social cockpit includes a U-shaped settee to either side wrapping around a pair of adjustable-height tables. When these are lowered they become lounges, separated by a walkthrough passageway to the companionway. An electrically activated module with a grill, sink, prep station and pop-up light is hidden below the transom deck under the aft sun pad. Comprised of a black fiberglass roof with an integrated windshield, it also includes a handhold along the aft edge that will make the transition from helm to helm a bit easier in rough conditions.

Potential purchasers should assume that items on the vessel at the time of viewing, but not specifically listed on this sheet, are not included with the sale of the yacht. These specifications are believed to be true and correct but cannot be guaranteed.
Potential purchasers should assume that items on the vessel at the time of viewing, but not specifically listed on this sheet, are not included with the sale of the yacht. These specifications are believed to be true and correct but cannot be guaranteed.
Potential purchasers should assume that items on the vessel at the time of viewing, but not specifically listed on this sheet, are not included with the sale of the yacht. These specifications are believed to be true and correct but cannot be guaranteed.

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