It's hard to have a conversation about bluewater cruising without mentioning Oceanis. For years, she has set the standard for sailing pleasure, performance and safety. Her hulls are marvels of hydrodynamics, and her deck plans are clear and simple, making single-handed sailing a possibility for any sailor.
If you have big plans, you’re going to need a boat. The Oceanis 55.1 is just what you need to bring them to reality. She’s easy on the eye, easy to sail and because she’s a fantastic value, easy on the wallet.
Her balanced hull and 16-foot beam provide the perfect platform for all your open ocean adventures. Innovations like a mainsail arch, twin helm stations, and twin rudders make top-level performance possible without sacrificing top-level comfort and luxury. Naturally, she has a vast cockpit with all the room needed for expert navigation and/or open-air entertainment.
A 45º companionway leads down to a saloon with an abundance of seating, a U-shaped galley and ringed with large windows for plenty of ambient light. She comes with your choice of three or four cabins, two or three heads and a long list of other options that include everything from wood trim to fabrics to hull color.
The Oceanis 51.1 is the first of a new generation in smart, stylish and safe sailing yachts. She is a joy to handle and comfy enough to call your new home at sea. And if that’s not enough, she has a list of options that amount to more than 700 variations!
Her stylish stepped hull creates additional space for exciting interior layouts unheard of before in a boat this size. She boasts a spacious, well-thought-out cockpit and a transom that swings down into a huge swim platform. Her taut cruiser lines allow a deck plan where flexibility and freedom of movement is safe and sure.
Below deck, large windows fill her Nauta Design interior spaces with ambient light to show off your choice of brushed oak or mahogany woodwork. Her luxurious salon’s focal point is a space saving U-shaped galley ready for any meal time during a cruise. The owner’s cabin comes complete with a roomy island bed plus an ensuite shower room and head. The cruising yacht has a new name – the Oceanis 51.1!
The Oceanis 48 is a cruising machine. A favorite among sailors for more than a few years now, she features an alluring silhouette with an optimized deck plan and fine-tuned options to maximize space. Her purpose is to let you visit distant harbors and experience exotic ports of call.
With this in mind, her streamlined and impeccably balanced hull will deliver you to your destination in the utmost comfort, luxury and safety. For all the time you’ll be spending at the helm during your journeys, there’s no better place to be than the cockpit of the 48. This large and well laid out space has plenty of room for you as well as crew and guests.
Her spacious interior has been designed for maximum livability. With a choice of three or four cabins trimmed out in contemporary light oak or traditional mahogany and copious natural light from the large windows, it will be as if you never left home. If you have the cruising urge, the Oceanis 48 is your antidote.
The new Oceanis 46.1 takes the concepts and options brought to life in the Oceanis 51.1 and merges them into an ideal, intimate cruising package.
Her stepped hull, designed by Finot Conq, provides additional interior space without degrading performance. Her large cockpit can accommodate eight around the center table, and she boasts a plancha grill aft of the helm station. Twin rudders and an optional performance package deliver new levels of speed and agility for those who prefer their cruising with a dash of adrenaline.
Her interior spaces are organized to provide the maximum in uncluttered space, comfort and luxury. Large windows bring plenty of natural light into the heart of the boat while providing a breathtaking view of the horizon. Thanks to her stepped hull, the master suite is a space you’d expect aboard a much larger yacht. The double bed is accessible from both sides, and there is an abundance of closets, shelves and storage. She beckons you to come live aboard.
When it comes to upholding the Beneteau tradition of quality, innovation, and attention to detail, the Oceanis 45 has always been at the front of the line. Built to combine safety, luxury and performance, the Oceanis 45 has cornered the market when it comes to blue-water versatility.
Her large cockpit with dual helms, plenty of seating and a transom that doubles as a swim platform make the 45 a cruiser’s dream come true. To maximize performance, she can be yours with an optional German Sheet System that allows you to trim all sails from the helm.
Ease of movement below deck is a hallmark of all Beneteau sailboats, and the Oceanis 45 is no exception. A 45-degree companionway connects the
cockpit to an open, airy and elegant salon. An intelligent use of space allows for a range of options normally found on much larger boats. The Oceanis 45 can easily accommodate eight guests.
The Oceanis 41.1 offers the most in comfort, performance and customizable space, all at an unmatched price. She sets the standard for mid-sized yachts.
Her Finot-Conq designed hull plus a German sheet system with a mast slightly aft deliver the maximum in sailing performance in all wind conditions. Her cockpit is the largest of any boat her size and allows her skipper the space needed to put her through the paces. And to make this huge cockpit even bigger, her transom doubles as a swim platform when lowered.
Let there be light! Thanks to all of the large windows, the interior spaces aboard the 41.1 are bathed in it. There is ample room in the salon thanks to a space-saving, L-shaped galley, and flexible seating makes it perfect for dining, entertaining or relaxing after a day at the helm. Her cabins (your choice of two or three) are cozy but never cramped and feature plenty of ingenious storage. There are also many options of wood, fabric and finishes to choose from and make her truly your own.
The Oceanis 38.1 provides a level of customization unheard of in similar sized yachts. Her chined hull provides cruising comfort as well as an extra bump in speed while her two helm stations and mainsail arch make handling this already easy-to-handle boat even smoother. Throw in a huge swim platform at the stern to extend an already sizable cockpit, and she is about as close to perfect as a bluewater cruiser can get.
Nauta Design was tasked with refining the 38.1’s interior spaces and providing layout options for different lifestyles. The result is a salon that can accommodate up to eight around the dining table thanks to an L-shaped or traditional long galley and ingenious flexible seating.
Her sleeping arrangements are just as innovative. She comes in two or three bedroom options that feature a slew of clever storage space and large windows for plenty of light. Her centrally located head with separate shower is comfortable and accessible from all cabins.
Born of the Oceanis 35, the Oceanis 35.1 features rethought and redesigned interior and exterior spaces, providing even more flexibility, easier handling and more sailing fun.
Designed by Finot-Conq, her chined hull, twin rudders and optimized sail plan bring comfortable, quick and balanced cruising to any sailor. The cockpit features plenty of room and flexibility. Twin wheels and easily accessible sheets and halyards allow you to navigate like a seasoned veteran. And ‘catching some rays’ aboard the 35.1 is mandatory; cockpit seating can easily be converted to lounging areas, so you’ll never miss a minute of warm sun and cool breezes.
Below deck, her interior space comes in four different layouts, each one created for a different lifestyle at sea. They all share a space-saving but fully functional galley, a retractable chart table and a head with separate show. The forward cabin is easily accessible through double doors and, like the saloon, is bathed in natural light thanks to all of the large windows.
The Oceanis 31 is the perfect introduction to bluewater cruising – ingenious, seaworthy and pleasant to live on. Even though she is the smallest of the range, she more than measures up to everything that makes an Oceanis an Oceanis.
Her Finot-Conq designed hull has what it takes to tackle the ocean’s many moods and comes in shallow or deep draft, so there’s no excuse not to get out there and explore! The sail plan allows sure and steady cruising while her well-thought-out cockpit is made to provide a remarkable amount of space for friends and family on a boat of this size.
Below deck, her Nauta Design interior is a marvel in the maximization of space. She can sleep six and features an L-shaped galley that will come in handy when meal time rolls around on weekend cruises.